In February of this year, NVIDIA launched the CMP series of dedicated mining cards for mining. Compared with game cards, it cuts off DP/HDMI and other video interfaces, and cannot display output. It is only for mining.
There are multiple models of CMP series mining cards, mainly including four different models 30HX, 40HX, 50HX, and 90HX. Authorized dealers include ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI, Tongde, and Bonang. Two low-end models this quarter At the end of the market, two high-end models will follow up next quarter.
The hash power of 30HX, 40HX, 50HX, and 90HX Ethereum mining are 26MH/s, 36MH/s, 45MH/s, 96MH/s, and the power consumption is 125W, 185W, 250W, 320W, respectively.
Recently, many graphics card manufacturers have launched mining cards, but in the early days, they were mainly 30HX and 40HX. Now MSI has launched the CMP 50HX series of mining cards with a frequency of 1545MHz, a 320bit bit width, a video memory of 10GB, a mining power of 45MH/s, and a TDP of 225W. , Dual 8Pin power supply.
The mining performance of the 50HX mining card is about 10% worse than that of the RTX 2080 Ti, and the energy efficiency is slightly lower. The price has not been announced yet, and it is expected to be cheaper than the game card of the same level. After all, the 12nm Turing architecture is used.
MSI did not announce the specific time to market, but they said that the CMP 50HX mining card radiator is specially designed for mining and supports 7×24 hours of high-load use.