GTX 1660 Ti Mining Settings

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The GTX 1660 Ti Mining Settings will generally work for all models, but most of the time you will have some tweaking to do due to your GPU Silicon. Never mine with Stock settings as they will overheat your GPU! You can learn more in our Overclocking For Miners Guide.

GTX 1660 Ti Mining Overclocks

Absolute Values are most commonly used in Linux-based Mining OS and they usually give more effeciency, while Offset is more common for Windows. N/A or 0 = leave blank.

ETChash Logo
31 MH/s, 85 Watts
Autolykos2 Logo
60 Sol/s, 70 Watts
ZelHash Logo
27 Sol/s, 78 Watts
KawPow Logo
27 MH/s, 80 Watts
FiroPow Logo
27 MH/s, 80 Watts

GTX 1660 Ti ETChash Mining Overclocks

  • Base
Expected Results
31 MH/s, 85 Watts
Core Voltage (VDD)
Power Limit
Watts: 90 or Percentage: 60%
Core Clock (CClock)
Absolute: 0 or Offset: 0
Memory Clock (MClock)
Absolute: 2200 or Offset: +1100
Memory Voltage
Fan Speed (%)
70% ± based on your temps
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ZelHash Boost

lolminer improved Zelhash performance for specific GPU Architectures by 15-20%. The Architectures that benefit from this are NVIDIA Turing and Ampere, and AMD Navi and 5000 Series. This has also been adobted by other Miners such as MiniZ Miner... and yes, the GTX 1660 Ti benefits from this too.

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