Nvidia’s CMP 30HX has been on the news for a while now, be for the seizure of 300 stolen cards in Hong Kong, multiple SKUs from different manufacturers, and also their crypto mining performance, we have seen them all. However, according to the latest source, the mining performance of the ASUS CMP 40HX has just been leaked online.
According to sources, the CMP 40HX was originally supposed to launch in the first quarter of 2021, but it has been pushed back and is currently being tested in-house by NVIDIA partners. The CMP 40HX is based on the Turing TU106-100 GPU, and it features 8GB of GDDR6 memory.
Sources state that, in the leaked screenshot, a cluster of 8 ASUS CMP 40HX is seen mining Ethereum. The best performing card has a hash rate of 43.77 MH/s, and the average hash rate between the 8 cards is 43.5275 MH/s. The card can run at 135W, which is 50W lower than the default TDP of 185W, which greatly increases efficiency up to 400 kH/W.
The pricing for the ASUS CMP 40HX is expected to be $699, while the price for the ASUS CMP 30HX has been revised and now is $599 down from the original $799.
As of now, we don’t know the release dates of the CMP 40 HX graphics card, however, for now, we have to make do with the CMP 30HX as it’s the only NVIDIA CMP series card available to purchase. For more information stay tuned.