Tuesday, December 12th 2017

Inno3D Launches New P104-100 Crypto-Mining Accelerator

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of awesome high-end multimedia components and various innovations enriching your life, introduces its new P104-100 Crypto-Mining Accelerator. The new range will be available in TWIN X2 edition. The P104-100 has been designed with no less than 40% more mining power than its predecessor allowing the miner to enhance ETH, ZEC, etc. number crunching to levels, that have never been seen before. The freshly forged radical comes packed with 11 Gbps GDDR5X memory, and 4GB memory for optimizing cryptocurrency calculations. By deploying the INNO3D P104-100, miners now enjoy the ultimate power and utilize best-in-class hash rate today.
Customers can expect no less from INNO3D that every single stone is turned to speed up production and make the new-born hash cruncher available. Actual introduction and pricing will be made public at the end of December 2017. For more information about INNO3D products, please visit MINING.INNO3D
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6 Comments on Inno3D Launches New P104-100 Crypto-Mining Accelerator

#1
Basard
Why no buy one with just a LITTLE bit of resale value?
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#2
Ubersonic
Haha, when you want to make a mining card but don't have a relationship with AMD, poor Inno3D XD
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#3
owen10578
With the dedicated mining cards having no outputs and that means no resaleability might as well be an ASIC then. These companies are completely missing the point of GPU mining...
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#4
Patriot
4GB of vram kinda kills use as a compute card later on too.
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#5
creativeusername
Last I checked gddr5x was slower for mining than gddr5 because it has higher latency.
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#6
R-T-B
"owen10578 said:
With the dedicated mining cards having no outputs and that means no resaleability might as well be an ASIC then. These companies are completely missing the point of GPU mining...
Not really. Many miners don't ever resell their cards and would go for a reduced cost option.

"Ubersonic said:
Haha, when you want to make a mining card but don't have a relationship with AMD, poor Inno3D XD
NVIDIA mines plenty well now, too.
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