How long would it take me to mine 1 bitcoin with an nvidia titan xp graphics card? ty for helping if u do.
In short: don't.
The hardware comparison page on the (mostly outdated) Bitcoin wiki does not have information on the Titan XP card, but lists around 200 Mhash/s for the GTX 590. A GTX 590 has 1024 CUDA cores, while the Titan XP has 3840. Extrapolating using this, we can estimate the performance at around 750 Mhash/s.
At the current difficulty, that amount of hashrate will let you mine a block on average once per 135000 years. If you use pooled mining, you can get incremental payouts for shares (partial proof of work). You may earn 1 BTC around once per 10000 years, while paying around $2000000 in electricity costs during that time (at 10c/kWh).
So don't. GPU mining has been superseded by FPGA and ASIC mining since around 2013.
A long time. It's not really feasible to mine bitcoins with gpus anymore as there are special purpose asic chips now used to mine. According to this link
- CPU mining eventually gave way to GPU mining (where 1 GPU = ~28 CPUs)¹
- GPU mining eventually gave way to FPGA/ASIC mining (1 ASIC first-gen = ~33 GPUs)¹
- ASIC mining rapidly improved until running headlong into Moore’s Law (1 ASIC today = ~212 ASICs first-gen)
Here is a list of what's currently used to mine bitcoin (2017).