ASUS to Release a Far More Advanced Product for Crypto Miners
ASUS, a Taiwanese multinational hardware company, has recently announced its product, the H370 Mining Master Motherboard. It is supposedly an update to last year’s model of the ASUS B250 Mining Expert. The set release date and price are yet to be confirmed, but for the time being the company plans to launch it in Q3 2018.
The existence of cryptocurriences is nothing without crypto miners, and ASUS’ role in providing miners the essentials is very commendable. According to the company, the newly developed Mining Master Motherboard took into consideration what miners need in order for efficient operations. In particular, it has been stated that its uses can be more practical as they have “redefined the formula for a second generation.”
The ASUS team went on to express their excitement for the new hardware, as it has been proclaimed as a supporter of a maximum of 20 graphic cards (GPU). Ultimately, the Mining Master is said to reduce downtime, while making it easier for miners to trace and fix any problems that may arise.
A supposed test run will be taking place at the Computex 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan, an event that focuses on mining rigs. In particular, ASUS will have its own booth at the event from June 5th to 9th to display its H370 Mining Master.
“Less time maintaining your machine means more time mining with it, which is why the H370 Mining Master includes a suite of diagnostic features designed to make your platform easier to manage.”
They also went on to addressing several other concerns that miners might have faced and the ways the Mining Master eliminates them.
More and more companies are entering the crypto markets with respect to their industries. In addition to ASUS, others have been making their way into offering products that can help the producing aspects of crypto become more efficient. Some of which include ASRock, AMD and Nvidia. How long will it take for cryptocurrencies to grow into our society?
|ASUS 20 GPU Crypto H370 Mining Master Motherboard|
|Socket||LGA 1151 for Intel 8th Gen Core / Pentium / Celeron processors|
|Memory||2 x DIMMs (max. 32GB)
DDR4 2666 / 2400 / 2133 MHz
Non-ECC, unbuffered memory
|PCIe||1 x PCIe x16 slot|
|Storage||2 x Serial ATA 6.0 Gb/s connectors|
|Networking||1 x Intel® Gigabit LAN|
|USB GPU Riser Ports||20 x Vertical USB ports over PCIe|
|USB Ports||6 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 4 x USB 2.0 / 1.1 ports|
|Other Ports||1 x COM header|
For more information on ASUS’ anticipated release, find out more on the Mining Master’s specs at: https://www.asus.com/us/News/ZwwO4E0EimUoYyEi