Gigabyte unveiled new mining GPU

Gigabyte P104-100 4G has 1920 CUDA cores with an operating frequency from 1607 to 1733 MHz and no video outputs
27 December 2017   1469

Great stir around the cryptocurrency mining pushed Gigabyte Technology to release specialized GPU P104-100 4G (GV-NP104D5X-4G). The novelty was created on the basis of the cut-down version of the Nvidia GP104 crystal, it has no video outputs and is equipped with four gigabytes of GDDR5X memory with a 256-bit bus.

Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G 
Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G 
Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G Gigabyte GV-NP104D5X-4G 
 

Gigabyte P104-100 4G has 1920 CUDA cores with an operating frequency from 1607 to 1733 MHz, and the effective frequency of the video memory is 10010 MHz. The device has the branded cooler WindForce 3X for cooling, consisting of an aluminum radiator, permeated with three heat pipes, and three 90-mm fans. The power subsystem is 8 + 2 phase, and to connect an additional source one 8-pin connector is used.

The warranty service period of the new product is three months only, while a three-year warranty is provided for similar GeForce GTX series video cards. The recommended cost and the release date of the accelerator Gigabyte P104-100 4G were not announced.

GMO Internet to Release 7nm Bitcoin Miner

Mass production is planned to begin on June 6;  shipment starting by the end of October
24 May 2018   115

Japanese IT-company GMO Internet intends to release the world's first devices for bitcoin mining based on 7-nm chips before the end of this year. This is reported by Coindesk.

The company will start production of the new B2 miner on June 6, and its deliveries will begin in late October.

The announcement was made after several months of research and development of technology for the future device. Company reported on its plans to develop ASIC miner last September. It is expected that the device will be able to provide greater computing power with less electricity, but more detailed information will be provided along with the official announcement in June.

In addition to selling B2 to other miners, GMO Internet plans to install new devices on its own farms. Last year, the company allocated $ 90 million to develop its own business in this area.