Nvidia decided not to put LHR Ethereum hashrate performance limiter for it’s RTX Ampere workstation cards and that’s including RTX A5000 monster GPU which produces more than 100 MH/s in Ethereum mining. Packing a loaded 24GB GDDR6 ECC memory punch, the RTX A5000 has more more potential for crypto mining performance when MSI Afterburner is rightly set.
New crypto mining channel ARCstream on YouTube could possibly unlock a whopping 108 MH/s from RTX A5000 workstation GPU while mining Ethereum Classic, anyway it’s same algorithm Ethereum uses.
Secret sauce of RTX A5000 to achieve 108 MH/s hashrate mining person must utilize the power of MSI Afterburner by setting +1749 on memory clock, +145 on core clock and power limit at 95%. The smaller sibling RTX A4000 reaches up to 66 MH/s in Ethereum mining with the help of MSI Afterburner too.
One thing to worry about in crypto mining is a power bill at the end of each month so RTX A5000 sips more than 250W from the wall socket compared to much efficient RTX 3070 Non-LHR card getting only 220W.