It looks like the second graphics card from NVIDIA’s CMP lineup will be launching soon. A screenshot of the CMP 40HX (manufactured by ASUS) has surfaced, giving us an idea of what to expect from the GPU based on the same TU106 die as the GeForce RTX 2060 and 2070. NVIDIA’s official specs state that the 40HX will have a hash rate of 36 MH/s, but in the below image, you can see that the card manages almost 44 MH/s with a TDP of just 135W and an efficiency of just under 400 kH/W.
These gains are likely the result of an overclocked memory. As we saw in multiple reviews, the Turing GPUs especially the Supers have ample untapped memory overclocking potential which can add an additional performance of as much as 10-15%. The CMP 40HX has a TDP of 185W, but the above shot features a TDP of just 134-135W, once again indicating a tuned setup.
|Architecture||Turing (TU116)||Turing (TU106)||Turing (TU104)||Ampere (GA102)|
|Ethereum Hash Rate||26 MH/s||36 MH/s||45 MH/s||86 MH/s|
|Rated Power||125 W||185 W||250 W||320 W|
|Power Connectors||1x 8-pin||1x 8-pin||2x 8-pin||2x 8-pin|
As for the pricing, you’re looking at a price tag of $699 for the 40HX, $100 more than the 30HX, and roughly $100 less than the 50HX.