Is it good to mine on a laptop?
Another benefit you can get from laptop mining is that this way you consume less electricity. When you do this through your PC the electricity consumption is doubled and maybe three times higher, and the electricity bill would be enormous.
Will mining damage my laptop?
Yes, via overheating of your GPU and CPU and overloading of your power supply. Do NOT try mining on a laptop – almost guarenteed to kill it very quickly as laptops are NOT designed for high-load continuous usage (using a laptop to control a USB-interface miner is OK as that doesn't put significant load on the laptop).
Can I use my laptop to mine ethereum?
As long as your system meets the general requirements and has at least one GPU with at least 3GB of RAM, you can mine Ethereum. Some Gaming laptops do have high end cards, but with the considerable heat generated from mining there could be other impacts to your laptop so it's best to go with a desktop build.
Is mining destroying GPU?
No, only if you use it properly. Some miners tend to run graphics cards at full power without proper ventilation, especially when it comes to large mining rigs. Eventually, it leads to overheating.
Does mining Break Your PC?
Fan Maintenance. GPU mining itself isn't a danger to your PC—it's the mileage. Since most GPUs rely on attached or auxiliary fans, these parts can degrade faster during periods of sustained use. To prevent damage to your card, you'll need to clean them often.
Can you mine on GTX 1050?
You can mine with it – you can't mine Ethereum because 2GB is too small to store the necessary DAG file in the cards memory. However, you can mine other Ethash algorithm coins, and you can mine Equihash algorithm cards.
How much Bitcoin can you mine with a GTX 1050?
I've did some calculations myself and concluded the 1050 could squeeze out at least $3-ish a day (not sure about the power consumption).