RX 6600 XT ETH / Ethereum Hashrate under HiveOS

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: 15. February 2022
  • Time to read: 1 min.

RX 6600 XT ETH / Ethereum Hashrate under HiveOS

Ethereum Hashrate on an XFX 8GB RX 6600 XT MERC308 Black Gaming Running in HiveOS Beta Currently OC Settings are not supported GPU Power Consumption (without OC) 81 Watt System Power Consumption: 21 Watt Currently Total 1102 Watt (no OC Settings)

Mining Ethereum can be a fun and profitable experience. By joining a mining pool, you can combine your resources with other miners to increase your chances of earning ETH.

You can also use your GPU or an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to mine Ethereum. If you’re not sure how to start, check out our Mining Ethereum guide for more information.

Mining Ethereum can be a fun and profitable experience, but it also carries some risks. One of the main risks is that you may not earn any ETH at all. Another risk is that the price of ETH may drop while you are mining, which could result in a loss of profit. You should also be aware of the risks associated with hardware failure or power outages. Make sure you are fully aware of the risks before you start mining Ethereum. Also, see the September 2021 RX 6600 XT Update – Mining Ethereum in HiveOS

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