The first miner cards are slowly surfacing. The most striking among the models was ASUS ‘ARGB illuminated and bulky cooler solution.
The final visuals that emerge are of ASUS ‘card, which miners will enjoy ARGB lighting while mining cryptocurrencies.
After Nvidia’s first miner-specific card announcement, the expectations for these cards were not to include image output and cost-oriented cooler designs. It seems like we were quite wrong as users.
The resulting CMP 30HX card from ASUS is simply based on the GTX 1660 Super Dual Evo . On the GPU side, the CMP 30HX model, which shares the same chip with the GTX 1660, is quite similar to the
The card has a length of 24.2 cm while powered through the 8-pin PCIe power connector. The VRAM unit accompanying the GPU, which will operate in the 1530-1785 MHz operating range, is 14 Gbps GDDR6 units with a capacity of 6 GB .
In the model, which does not include video output, besides not compromising the aggressive design specific to the players, the 2.7-slot volume cooler block is above expectations.
The main surprising detail of the card is the ARGB lighting. It is not known whether the model, which is visually enriched with ARGB strip, will be controlled by ARGB software on the software side.