Gigabyte officially unveiled its CMP 30HX mining card, the NVIDIA CMP 30HX D6 6G, last week (GV-N30HXD6-6G). According to the paper, ASUS, one of NVIDIA’s AIB partners, is also preparing to launch its CMP 30HX crypto mining graphics card.
The poster claims that the card will be released next month, but the purported price of $799 is what really raises eyebrows. One image depicts the card’s purported specifications, while the other image contains pictures of the card.
The ASUS CMP 30HX comes with a stylish black shroud and backplate. The mining card has vents on the back, but the RGB lighting is the key aspect that distinguishes it from its GeForce counterparts. Yes, the card has ARGB LEDs on the side strip, which will give your mining rig a little more bling.
The NVIDIA CMP 30HX has a 1530 MHz base clock speed and a 1785 MHz boost clock speed. The card has 6GB of GDDR6 memory with a 14 Gbps clock speed. All CMP 30HX cryptocurrency mining GPUs seem to have the same clock speeds.
The factory overclocking designs can’t be used here because the cards will be working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, unlike gaming models, which aren’t subjected to continuous load for longer periods of time. A single 8-pin connector supplies power to the card.
Despite the lack of a GPU tag, we can expect a Turing TU116-100 GPU. The ASUS CMP 30HX mining card also comes with a dual-fan cooler, a thicker 2.7-slot size, and a length of 24 cm. Aside from that, it has an ARGB strip on the side wall.
The ASUS CMP 30HX mining card will be available in May for $799. As this is a developing story, keep an eye on this space for more updates!