MSI’s working on mining-optimised RTX 30 series graphics cards

MSI's working on mining-optimised RTX 30 series graphics cards

MSI’s working on mining-optimised RTX 30 series graphics cards

According to a  new entry with the Eurasian Economic Commission (via WCCFTECH), MSI is working on a graphics card called the RTX 3060 Ti Miner, what appears to be a graphics card that’s optimised for cryptocurrency mining. 

Right now, two new mining-optimised graphics cards are listed, the RTX 3060 Ti MINER 8GB and the RTX 3060 Ti MINER 8GB OC. These graphics cards will likely ship with cost-optimised cooling solutions that lack unnecessary features like RGB lighting and 0dB fan modes. These coolers are also likely to be loud, as mining GPUs are often operated with their fans at their full speeds. 

Mining-oriented graphics cards usually ship with lower warranty periods, as cryptocurrency mining places tremendous strain on graphics cards. This will lower MSI’s RMA costs and make these GPUs more profitable. At this time it is unknown when these new cryptocurrency mining graphics cards will be released, or if Nvidia’s other AIB partners plan to release similar mining-optimised graphics card models. 

  

MSI's working on mining-optimised RTX 30 series graphics cards  
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