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Asus, the major computer hardware firm has introduced another new product designed particularly for digital currency miners.

The H370 Mining Master depicts a follow up to a year ago’s B250 Mining Expert, with Asus stating that it reformulated the formula for a second generation of digital currency based products. The Mining Master talks with pride about the capacity to help an aggregate of twenty graphic cards (GPUs).

There is no clarity about how much the organisation will charge for the motherboard or when precisely it will be launched. All things considered, Asus demonstrated that the equipment will be accessible at some point in the third quarter of this year, 2018. Asus is intending to market its self-declared blockchain giant amid the Computex 2018 occasion in Taiwan one week from now.

Different components of the Mining Expert incorporate an inbuilt monitoring framework that enables clients to monitor the status of 20 graphic cards connected to it.


Asus wrote in a declaration post publishing:

“Less time maintaining your machine means more time mining with it, which is why the H370 Mining Master includes a suite of diagnostic features designed to make your platform easier to manage.”


Asus is one of the hardware developing organisation hoping to get hold of a portion of the interest from the market for power yearning digital currency miners. As announced before, ASRock, another producer of motherboards is taking identical products to the market and GPU creators AMD and Nvidia have both seen their main concerns supported on account of interest from miners for graphic cards, yet to the dismay of gamers.

Disclaimer: Coinnounce's views are not necessarily reflected in the articles published, and they are the sole representation of the author's opinions. Article's information should not be taken as investment advice. Risks are involved in cryptocurrency investments and trading. Readers are urged to carry out extensive research before making a decision.

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