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Chick3nman / RTX_4090_v6.2.6.Benchmark
Created Oct 14, 2022
Hashcat v6.2.6 benchmark on the Nvidia RTX 4090
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NVIDIA Driver Version: 522.25 CUDA Version: 11.8
Credit: blazer
For benchmarking the card and allowing me to release the benchmarks here
The hashcat installation used includes a change to the tuning ALIAS.hctune file to include the RTX 4090 as "ALIAS_nv_sm50_or_higher".
The "Kernel exec timeout" warning is cosmetic and does not affect the speed of any of the benchmarked modes.
Benchmark was run at stock clocks on an Asus Strix 4090.
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Chick3nman / Apple_M1_Ultra_v6.2.5-340
Created Mar 19, 2022
Hashcat v6.2.5-340 benchmark on the Apple M1 Ultra
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Apple M1 Ultra, 20 Core CPU, 48 Core GPU, 64GB of RAM, 1TB SSD
Thanks to @fhlipZero(https://twitter.com/fhlipZero) for running the benchmark on his hardware and allowing me to publish it.
A copy of both a short benchmark and the following full run can be found at https://gist.github.com/fhlip0
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Benchmarking uses hand-optimized kernel code by default.
View golgotha-cvsroot-passwd
Cracked
dereks:.oJ5rZE.RRXok:far4go
grave:aanUtDHnvSlVI:dna123
rob:aaz3g8y/dXP1w:VisualS
gilley:le/JhfNsDdX9g:cvxbox
anonymous:x9yo5frGqJf3o:$HEX[00]
marvin:aaX2sSwbh9WQI:monkey
madsdyd:aaalnfX0tOz3g:bargle
rpete:aa578sRYRN0nA:Vito3
ni:aa5LvwxC.VDYg:wettshir
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Chick3nman / TESLA_A100_PCIE_v6.1.1
Created Oct 3, 2020
Hashcat v6.1.1 benchmark on the Nvidia Tesla A100 PCIE variant GPU
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NVIDIA Driver Version: 450.80.02 CUDA Version: 11.0
This is the PCIE variant of the Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU
The PCIE variant is limited to 250W and this limit is visible in the faster algorithms benchmarked
Clock speed is also limited on this card, which explains some of the numbers being lower than expected
When comparing to the RTX 3090, consider the difference in Power and Clock speed limitation, as well as the use of HBM2e memory instead of GDDR6x
A benchmark of the full SMX4 A100 variant will follow as I get access
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Chick3nman / RTX_3090_v6.1.1.Benchmark
Last active Dec 3, 2022
Hashcat v6.1.1 benchmark on the Nvidia RTX 3090
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NVIDIA Driver Version: 456.38 CUDA Version: 11.1
Credit: blazer
For benchmarking the card and allowing me to release the benchmarks here
There are some warnings about the CUDA Toolkit/Driver version but they dont appear to affect functionality or speed.
It appears to be some sort of version missmatch issue during detection and is seemingly just cosmetic. Noted for further investigation.
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Chick3nman / RTX_3080_v6.1.1.Benchmark
Created Sep 24, 2020
Hashcat v6.1.1 benchmark on the Nvidia RTX 3080
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NVIDIA Driver Version: 455.23.05 CUDA Version: 11.1
Credit: r4d1x
For benchmarking the card and allowing me to release the benchmarks here
There are a handful of algorithms failing, mostly appears related to SCRYPT and
is liking a tuning issue or small driver issue that we will need to take a look at.
Otherwise, seems fairly stable.
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Chick3nman / Titan_RTX_v6.0.0.Benchmark
Created Jun 16, 2020
Hashcat v6.0.0 benchmarks on the Nvidia Titan RTX
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NVIDIA Driver Version: 441.66 CUDA Version: 10.2
Fans were set to 100% for the duration of the benchmark.
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Benchmarking uses hand-optimized kernel code by default.
You can use it in your cracking session by setting the -O option.
Note: Using optimized kernel code limits the maximum supported password length.
To disable the optimized kernel code in benchmark mode, use the -w option.
View Jetson_Nano.Benchmark
This is a benchmark of the BETA CUDA branch of Hashcat, designed to run with both CUDA and OpenCL devices.
The Jetson Nano Dev Kit is an ARM SBC with a Jetson Nano (Maxwell 128 CUDA core) module attached.
Some modes failed due to the limitations of such a lower power GPU.
Access to the Jetson Nano was provided by Gridcoin(https://gridcoin.us/) Community member sodom89.
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Chick3nman / Titan_RTX.Benchmark
Created Mar 18, 2019
Hashcat benchmarks on the Nvidia Titan RTX
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Nvidia Driver Version: 419.35
Fans were set to 100% for duration of the benchmark.
hashcat (v5.1.0-749-g5ecbcde9+) starting in benchmark mode...
OpenCL Platform #1: NVIDIA Corporation
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* Device #1: TITAN RTX, 6144/24576 MB allocatable, 72MCU
View gist:4ab6673474a8de28907c7b159d55f39a
hashcat (v4.2.1) starting in benchmark mode...
OpenCL Platform #1: Intel(R) Corporation
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* Device #1: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz, skipped.
OpenCL Platform #2: NVIDIA Corporation
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* Device #2: GeForce RTX 2080, 2048/8192 MB allocatable, 46MCU