A flexpool listing suggests that NVIDIA and AMDs next-gen cards are already in the wild raking in cryptocurrency worth millions of dollars.
The operator of a mining setup, which apparently seems to be a massive one, has made some rather unbelievable claims. The mining setup claims that GeForce RTX 4090 Ti and Radeon RX 7000 are generating an extremely high hash rate of 4.3 TH/s whereas the average hash rate is 2.4 TH/s.
In general, a 2.4 TH/s hash rate bags a profit of approximately $145,000 in a day, and more than $4.3 million in a month. If the claims are believed to be true(which certainly are not), such a high hash rate would be earning the mining setup a humongous amount of profit.
The Flexpool listing mentions three GPU workers, named 4090Ti-Overclock-Test with an average hash rate of 1.25 TH/s, RX7000-Control-Test having a hash rate of around 688.6 GH/s, and a RX7000-Overlock-Test with approximately 507.5 GH/s hash rate.
WCCFTech pointed out that a GeForce RTX 3090 has a hash rate of around 110-120 MH/s. So the GeForce RTX 4090 Ti as mentioned in Flexpool should generate the equivalent of 10,000 GeForce RTX 3090 cards, which is surely impossible.
The entries have not confirmed how many GPUs are being utilized but the number doesn’t really matter here as a single GeForce RTX 4090 Ti can never offer such massive performance.
This is too farfetched to be true that unreleased cards are already being used in mining farms.