Last week, Gigabyte had officially announced its CMP 30HX mining card, known as the NVIDIA CMP 30HX D6 6G (GV-N30HXD6-6G). Now, ASUS, one of NVIDIA’s AIB partners, is too getting ready to launch its line of CMP 30HX crypto mining graphics card, reports Neowin.
According to the publication, a Reddit user ‘MathematicianBasic73‘ has posted images of the CMP 30HX graphics card variant as well as its specifications that ASUS is expected to launch next month for a price tag of $799.
Below are the images posted by the Reddit user MathematicianBasic73:
As we can see from the images above, the ASUS model of the CMP 30HX graphics card is called the CMP 30HX-6G. It is based on a graphics processor capable of operating at a maximum frequency of 1785 MHz with a base frequency of 1530 MHz. Further, the 6GB GDDR6 video memory is clocked at 14 Gbps and has a 192-bit memory bus, and one 8-pin connector is designed to provide additional power.
In terms of design, the ASUS CMP 30HX mining card is similar to the GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER DUAL EVO, albeit with some minor changes. The graphics card does not have any display output capability. Also, there are no connectors on the I/O bracket for displaying the images. It has the same amount of CUDA cores as the GTX 1660 with 1408.
Although the GPU name is not mentioned, we can expect at Turing TU116-100 GPU. Additionally, the ASUS CMP 30HX mining card features a dual-fan cooler as well as a thicker 2.7-slot design and has a length of 24 cm. It also comes with an ARGB strip located on the side panel.
The ASUS CMP 30HX mining card is expected to launch in May for around $799. Keep watching this space for more updates, as this is a developing story!