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The CMP 30HX, the first mining card on sale

The CMP 30HX, the first mining card on sale

The first Nvidia graphics card entirely dedicated to mining was seen in Dubai. This reference is marketed by Palit. It is a CMP 30HX whose characteristics and performance were revealed earlier this year by Nvidia.

CMP 30HX

For the record, we are dealing with a rather simplistic GPU, modelled on that of a GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER ( TU116-100 with 1408 CUDA cores ) and adapted for mining. The card has 6 GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 14 Gbps. Finally, it is powered by a single 8-pin connector and its TDP is estimated at 125W.

In fact, the card looks like a classic card, except that it does not have video connectivity. On the performance front, this only translates into a rather modest hash rate of 26MH/s. A performance that you can slightly improve by adjusting the frequencies and voltages of the GPU.

CMP 30HX

This card appeared on the local market at a price of 2,656 dirhams, which corresponds to about 607 euros.

Given its price, it seems difficult to imagine that this type of solution will help reduce the pressure that miners exert on the gaming card market… It’s also worth noting that informed miners include in their calculations the possibility of selling their graphics cards on the second-hand market to recoup a significant part of the investment. This is obviously not feasible with this product, which further limits its attractiveness

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