NVIDIA P102-100 GPU Spotted For Crypto - has 3200 shader cores and 5GB

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One of the more amazing trends in 2017/2018 has got to be the rise in demand for anything crypto related. The entire hardware industry took a dive in it, from motherboards to graphics cards to even more efficient power supplies. Now, a new NVIDIA GPU has been spotted. Well, not entirely new, but reconfigured.

Nvidia seems to be putting a crypto version of an existing GPU on the market, the P102-100 is based on the same GP102 chip that the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and GTX Titan Xp use. It, however, will be reconfigured, it'll get fewer memory channels, fewer shader cores and less memory. All this makes the crypto card cheaper to make and sell while retaining high hash rates. The GP102-100 card leaked originates from Inno3D and will have 3200 out of its 3840 shader cores activated.

Inno3D P102-100 Specifications

  • GPU: P102-100
  • CUDA Cores: 3200
  • Base Clock: 1582 MHz
  • Memory Clock: 11 Gbps
  • Physical Memory Size: 5 GB
  • Memory Type: GDDR5X
  • Memory Interface Width: 320-bit
  • Memory Bandwidth: 400 GB / s
  • Bus Support: PCIe Gen3 x4
  • Card Size: 21.5 cm length, 12.5 cm height, dual slot
  • Max TDP: 250 Watt
  • Power Connectors: 2x 8-pin PCI-E

Inno3D P102-100 Hashrate

  • ETH: ~ 47 MHS
  • ZEC: ~ 660 Sol / s
  • XMR: ~ 879 H / s

The memory controllers normally get 2GB per controller assigned, now just 1GB, the card this has 5GB of VRAM. There's more cut away, only 4 PCIe lanes will be used, this to be able to add more (other) cards onto a motherboard. Prices have not been shared, availability remains a huge question mark as well.  From what I understand, these cards receive one month of warranty.

Source: cryptomining-blog via HWI.

NVIDIA P102-100 GPU Spotted For Crypto - has 3200 shader cores and 5GB

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