Palit is also conquering the mining card market – not with a brand new model

The graphics card manufacturer has registered the P106 mining models based on Nvidia’s Pascal architecture.

Palit has already sold mining cards in the past, but now these seem to be making a comeback as demand grows again. The P106 models now registered on the market were originally on sale three years ago.

Palit has now registered as many as 12 different models with the Eurasian Trade Commission. All of these are based on the older Nvidia parent, the Pascal architecture based on a 16-nanometer manufacturing process. That’s how many are however, no version is allowed, but the model markings may reflect, for example, versions in different market areas.

However, it is not yet known what kind of model version is promised. However, two different versions were originally available: a variant with 640 Cuda core GP106 graphics chip and three gigabytes of G5 memory, and a more powerful option based on 1280 Cuda core P106-100 chip with six gigabytes of G5 memory.

At this point, it is not yet known when the new old mining guides would go on sale.

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