There are four models of HX series mine cards. Two low-end models, 30hx and 40hx, were first launched in March. Official drivers have confirmed that they are based on tu116 core (GTX)
1660 Series), tu106 core (RTX 2060 Series), that is, 12NM Turing family.
According to the latest news, the high-end 50hx is also Turing architecture, the core number is tu102 gpu-100, and the circuit board design is RTX 2080
Customized version of Ti Public Edition, No. pg150. The most high-end 90hx is based on the 8nm ampere architecture, and uses the high-end core ga102-100. The circuit board is basically a continuation of RTX
The 3080 pg132 scheme is also equipped with 10Gb gddr6 video memory, and the power consumption of the whole card is 320W. 50hx and 90hx will not be available until April at the latest, and the specific time is to be determined.
It has to be said that the name of NVIDIA’s new mine card is very special, and it is difficult to connect with GPU. However, the mine cards p104-100 and p106-100 issued nearly three years ago are very straightforward and use the core number directly.
The specifications of HX series mine cards are not strictly fixed, especially the core frequency and voltage, which may allow manufacturers to customize freely. There is speculation that the GPU chip used in this kind of mine card has big defects, such as the CUDA core is basically intact, but tensor tensor unit, RT light tracing unit, TMU texture unit, ROP raster unit, video and display unit have big defects, which can not be used as a normal game card, but does not affect the mining, making the mine card to make the best use of.