PCGH last weekend mention of the fact that cryptocurrency is increasingly ‘mined’ with Ampere notebooks bought by miners (Geforce RTX 30). More photos and a short video should further support this news.
The Corona crisis has triggered a new mining explosion. Price explosions have apparently made cryptocurrency mining so profitable that miners seem to be resorting en masse to notebooks with Ampere GPUs. Reportedly, more and more images and even a short Twitter video are now emerging, showing that the gold miners are claiming rows and rows of laptops from the Chinese manufacturer Hasee for their purposes.
All notebooks in the images come from the same manufacturer and seem to have never turned up in the mainstream trade, but went straight to Chines mining farms. Miners there are practically at the source, while electricity prices are low compared to Europe. It is reported that energy costs in Iran are still undercut and several Chinese companies there are busy with their tricks, putting an increasing burden on the ailing electricity grid. The many power cuts have already aroused the resentment of the Iranian people.
For gamers hoping for a new graphics card, the aforementioned does not make the outlook any brighter. After all, the less the availability, the higher the prices.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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