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GPUs: some are smarter than others

GPUs: some are smarter than others

The GPU availability crisis is still with us, with some annoying episodes lately. You may have read our rant following the release of the latest AMD Radeon . However, while it is difficult to get your hands on a graphics card with a price close to the recommended retail price, some seem to have generous stocks to supply their customers. The only problem is that their customers are not gamers but miners!

GPU mining stock

GPU stock dedicated to mining…

A certain rebound currently seems to be reviving interest in mining and a retailer located in Bahrain and Dubai, specializing in mining, Cryptominers.bh, has received a large shipment of graphics cards from PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX.

GPUs for mining do not know the shortage…

The video posted on his social account is enough to make a lot of big European distributors angry, as they must not have seen such deliveries for a while. Cleverly, it is impossible to distinguish a label with a serial number on a box. Indeed, with this information it would have been possible to trace the origin of these cards to know if they come from a wholesaler or from the direct brand…




It will be noted that the delivery contains mainly AMD Radeon graphics cards from PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX. There is also a small pinch of NVIDIA GeForce RTX and GTX graphics cards.

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