Asus P106-6G is a GTX 1060 6GB graphics card that is made for mining. It is designed with high efficiency components that gives you best hash rate at lower cost. Compared to its non mining counterpart, Asus claims that it yields 36 percent higher performance. It has no I/O ports since it is made just for mining. The downside is that the Asus P106-6G will have poorer resale value.
Asus MINING-P106-6G specifications
Graphics Engine – NVIDIA P106-100
Bus Standard – PCI Express 1.0
Video Memory – GDDR5 6GB
Engine Clock – GPU Boost Clock : 1708 MHz; GPU Base Clock : 1506 MHz
CUDA Core – 1280
Memory Clock – 8008 MHz
Memory Interface – 192-bit
Interface – No Support
Power Connectors – 1 x 6-pin
Software – ASUS GPU Tweak II & Driver
Dimensions – 9.45 ” x 5.16 ” x 1.5 ” Inch / 24 x 13.1 x3.8 Centimeter
Cryto currencies like Ethereum and Zcash are on a rise and have already captured more than 50 percent of total crypto marketcap. That is why more and more people are investing and mining these currencies.
The new card is also engineered to be seriously durable, enabling 24/7 operation for uninterrupted coin production. With GPU Tweak II also included for easy clock-speed and voltage tuning, ASUS Mining P106 provides the vital hardware and software tools cryptocurrency miners need to succeed in their quest to make a profit — making the new cards a great choice for building mining systems with the best possible cost-performance ratio.
Without the problem of oil drying common in sleeve-bearing fans, the dual-ball bearing fans on ASUS Mining P106 last 2X longer. With reduced friction, they also run smoother, further improving card lifespan and cooling efficiency. The fans in ASUS Mining P106 graphics cards are certified under the International Protection Marking (IP code) as IP5X dust resistant for improved reliability and a longer lifespan. This stringent certification process ensures ASUS Mining P106 graphics cards provide optimal fan performance, even under severe conditions.
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on June 26, 2017
in Crypto Currency News