ASUS CMP 40HX appears: offer up to 43.77 MH/s
In Nvidia’s CMP HX series, the CMP 40HX should be the same as the CMP 30HX. It will be launched in the first quarter of 2021. At present, we can see that CMP 30HX from different manufacturers has appeared on the market, but the CMP 40HX has not been seen for a long time.
According to VideoCardz reports, they obtained photos of the ASUS CMP 40HX mining card undergoing internal testing, showing that the CMP 40HX mining card is in the process of debugging. It is understood that this ASUS CMP 40HX mining card is equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 video memory, and the default TDP is 185W. According to the screenshot information, after power optimization and memory frequency modulation, the power consumption is reduced to 135W, and the hash rate of the ASUS CMP 40HX mining card has reached 43.77 MH/s, which is higher than the 36 MH/s officially announced by Nvidia, and the efficiency is greatly improved.
On the other hand, according to relevant sources, ASUS initially set the price of the CMP 30HX mining card at US$799, but it has been revised to US$599. At the same time, the CMP 40HX mine card is priced at US$699. It is not clear why the CMP 40HX mining card has not been seen so far. It may be troubled by the shortage of chips, or it may not be debugged well. However, even if it is supplied, it is likely to be directly supplied to large miners.
Next, new products such as GeForce RTX 3080 Ti/RTX 3070 Ti launched by NVIDIA will further restrict cryptocurrency mining and update the original GeForce RTX 30 series GPU. Perhaps this can prevent miners from snapping up GeForce series graphics cards and help the CMP HX series play its original role.