Having a high-quality graphics card is necessary if one wants to have an excellent gaming experience. Of course, for all those gamers out there, it is clear that actually attaining a worthy graphics card isn’t in the cards right now, especially due to the high price that is accompanying some of the best.
For those who are unaware, the culprit of the skyrocketing prices is cryptocurrency miners who are fiercely buying up the products.
The good news is that there may be a solution and it’s by both AMD and Nvidia and their hardware partner.
Nvidia & AMD Cryptocurrency Mining Graphics Cards
To combat the high pricing in graphics cards, Nvidia is planning on launching a graphics card line that is designed for cryotpcurrency mining. This mining scheme, for those who are unaware, was first started by Bitcoin and later other companies such as Litecoins, Feathercoins, and Dogecoins.
The hardware products by some of the best graphics cards on the market are in high demand because they are able to tap into the computer hardware so that the hardware starts mining cryptocurrencies such as those mentioned above.
Making Cryptomining Affordable And Accessible
To provide those who are interested in gaming or in mining cryptocurrency, Nvidia is launching its own product line with AMD and other leading companies. These new graphics cards will be able to mine coins with high efficiency components and ensure that users are able to utilize maximum hash-rate production.
Best of all, all of these qualities are offered through the cards at a minimum cost. Users can stop having to worry about spending hundreds of dollars on cards, especially with the fear of not experiencing a return.
The latest card poised to be offered by Nvidia is its ASUS Mining P106. This card features a Nvidia chip and for those who are interested in learning about the chip’s specifications, all of the information is available on the site.
Interestingly enough, it seems that the market is receiving the cards positively. Nvidia stock is performing especially well on the market lately, topping off at at 236 percent increase.
Oddly enough, with the current buzz regarding the release of the cards by Nvidia, ASUS, and AMD, two parties of the project refused to comment. The only clear insight into the release of the card is by AMD, which reported that the demand for the graphics cards resulted from a “newly resurgent cryptocurrency mining markets.”
On the other hand, both ASUS and Nvidia declined to comment. It certainly seems puzzling why two parties refused to comment and moreover, AMD’s comment doesn’t provide much insight either.
With that, the only thing that is left to do now is to wait patiently to see what happens. Those who are interested in learning more about the project and the cards can visit the Nvidia website or contact the brand personally. At the current rate, it will certainly be interesting to see what happens and its impact on the market at large.