NVIDIA will start selling its CMP graphics cards including the CMP 30HX, 40HX, 50HX, and the 90 HX starting from April in China. The mining cards will be shipped through AIB partners including Colorful and two Taiwanese brands namely, Tongde and Boneng. The board partners are expected to deliver the CMP cards directly to miners, both industrial and small-to-medium sized.
|Architecture||Turing (TU116)||Turing (TU106)||Turing (TU104?)||Ampere (GA102?)|
|Ethereum Hash Rate(1)||26 MH/s||36 MH/s||45 MH/s||86 MH/s|
|Rated Power(2)||125 W||185 W||250 W||320 W|
|Power Connectors(2)||1x 8-pin||1x 8-pin||2x 8-pin||2x 8-pin|
Although NVIDIA claims that the CMP lineup doesn’t affect the graphics card supply of gamers, the truth is that they are based on the same dies as mainstream gaming GPUs: TU116, TU106, TU104, and the GA102. The Turing parts are the same used to manufacture the GTX 1650, RTX 2060, 2070, and 2080. As for the top-end CMP product, the 90HX is based on the GA102, the same die that powers the RTX 3080, 3090, and the upcoming 3080 Ti. So, the CMP cards are actually taking a share of gamers’ supply, even if NVIDIA is removing the display connectors from the cards. Related: