AMD Radeon RX560 2 / 4GB Monero (XMR) mining Hashrate in H/s
AMD Radeon RX560 2/4GB Graphics Card for Monero Mining
|XMR Mining hashrate||300 H/s||Overclocked XMR Mining hashrate||N/A|
|Power consumption||120 W||Recommended PSU Power||500 W|
|GPU Temperature||63 C||Memory||4 GB|
|Memory Interface||GDDR5||Bus Support||PCI Express 3.0|
The Radeon RX 560 is third in the line up of AMD’s second generation Polaris GPUs aimed at the entry-level 1080p gaming market with a sub-$100 launch price, due for release in May 2017. It is the successor to the now nine month old RX 460. Coupled with a 6% improvement in boost clock speed from 1200MHz to 1275MHz, a minimum increase in overall effective speed of 10% against the 460 is anticipated.
What is Monero?
Monero (XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on privacy, decentralization and scalability. Unlike many cryptocurrencies that are derivatives of Bitcoin, Monero is based on the CryptoNote protocol and possesses significant algorithmic differences relating to blockchain obfuscation.
Monero was launched on 18 April 2014 originally under the name BitMonero, which is a compound of Bit (as in Bitcoin) and Monero (literally meaning “coin” in Esperanto). Five days later, the community opted for the name to be shortened just to Monero. It was launched as the first fork of CryptoNote-based currency Bytecoin.
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