HotHardware got its hands on the $2,999 NVIDIA Titan V card and decided to check how well the card mines Ethereum. At stock settings, the card delivers a hash rate of 69.06MH/s for this cryptocurrency.
With some tweaking of the GPU power, the temperature targets, and the memory frequency, the site was able to achieve an average hash rate of 82.067 MH/s. It's basically roughly twice as fast as the NVIDIA Titan Xp and the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64:
However, when we cranked up the GPU power and temperature targets and boosted the memory clock, we saw a significant jump in performance, with an average hash rate of about 82.067 MH/s. That's well over twice the rate of the Radeon RX Vega 64 and TITAN Xp when those two cards were operating at default clocks.
Of course, the high pricing makes it unattractive for miners but it may offer a clue about the mining performance of future NVIDIA GeForce cards.