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June 08, 2017, 01:27:37 PM
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Disclaimer: No where does this indicate or show that this is a Pandaminer at this time.

...but this must be what this is, I wonder what they are going to do to fulfill existing pre-orders.

I wonder if they are going to ship these instead or launch them separately while people still waiting on AMD cards.

Source: https://videocardz.com/newz/first-look-at-pascal-based-gpu-cryptocurrency-mining-station#disqus_thread
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Today we give you the first pictures of upcoming Pascal GPU mining solution. This system is equipped with eight GP106-100 mining cards, which lack display connectors and are passively cooled.

It’s a full system with Celeron Mobile processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM and 64GB mSata SSD. The power supply is offered optionally, otherwise, 7x 6-pin power connectors are required to run this thing.

We did some experiments with ZEC mining on GTX1080+1080+1070. Such system pulls around 750W from the socket (TDP optimized) with ~1400 Sol/s. This solution requires 1050 Watts for 2500 Sol/s. So it’s 0,5 Sol/s/W better. Not a huge difference, but I guess it all depends on the price. Also, bear in mind these cards (and such system) will have low resale value, unless they find better purpose (Folding@Home?) after GPU mining becomes unprofitable.



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June 08, 2017, 08:54:24 PM
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Looks like some other details related to this have been posted in another thread.

Anyone out there translate?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1957710.0

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June 08, 2017, 09:14:52 PM
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I was offered a chance to sell a product very close to this .
I did not want to do so.
these 8 card boards  need a better cpu for nvidia cards
I no longer consider them to be that good the way they are deployed in rigs.

here is the deal an 8 card 1060 does 2600 sols max for cash  and it does   about 3600 mh max for skein


I rather a 3x 1080ti + 1x 1070 diy build  which will do about 2400 sol for zcash and about 3400h for skein.  with careful shopping I can do this build for 2600 usd

smaller quieter just as efficient . 

I know a farmer will want 50 of the 8 card rigs.  but frankly I no longer trust the builders of them.



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