ASUS H370 Mining Master
Mining equipment is odd stuff. Either it’s ware equipment utilized – wastefully – for complex calculation or particularly composed, costly boards that can be accustomed to acquire Bitcoin and little else. Asus, a motherboard producer of some fame, is presently helping overcome any issues.
The new H370 Mining Master builds thickness with help for up to 20 illustrations, cards, streamlines availability by letting USB riser links connect straightforwardly to the PCB, and diminishes downtime by making issues less demanding to analyze. Mining is a numbers, amusement; it’s just advantageous if the estimation of the digital currency you create surpasses the cost of delivering it. Expanding the quantity of illustration cards per hub is an awesome method to stack the deck to support you.
This enables you to dispense a greater amount of your hardware and power budget to the GPUs that make riches instead of motherboards, CPUs, and other framework segments that go about as the supporting cast.
The illustration cards are mounted in an extraordinary rack manufactured only for this machine by their accomplices at Cooler Master. Separating out the cards gives the GPU coolers, space to move around, which is crucial when the fundamental chips run consistently at maximum capacity. PCIe risers make designs like this conceivable by associating every realistic card to the motherboard with a length of adaptable link.
Crunching crypto squares doesn’t require a great deal of interface data transfer capacity, so each card can get by with a PCIe x1 connect steered over USB 3.1 Gen 1 wiring. The risers mindful are regularly comprised of three pieces: the x16 slot that has the illustration card, the x1 card that fittings into the motherboard, and the USB link that interfaces them. The H370 Mining Master disentangles this chain by supplanting its antecedent’s x1 slot with banks of vertical PCIe-over-USB ports that let riser links connect ideal to the motherboard.
H370 Mining Master Motherboard
Size ATX, 12”x9.1”
Socket LGA 1151 for Intel 8th Gen Core / Pentium / Celeron processors
Memory 2 x DIMMs (max. 32GB)
DDR4 2666 / 2400 / 2133 MHz
Non-ECC, unbuffered memory
PCIe1 x PCIe x16 slot
Storage 2 x Serial ATA 6.0 Gb/s connectors
Networking 1 x Intel® Gigabit LAN
USB GPU Riser Ports 20 x Vertical USB ports over PCIe
USB Ports 6 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 4 x USB 2.0 / 1.1 ports
Other Ports 1 x COM header