ASUS has announced the latest addition to its mining motherboards with the H370 Mining Master. This ATX sized board will support up to a mind-boggling 20(!) graphics cards via USB riser cables plugged directly into the PCB. Outside of an obvious benefit of increased density, ASUS says this setup can also minimize downtime by making problems easier to diagnose. The USB setup is said to allow miners to allocate more hardware and power budget to the GPUs doing the work rather than the infrastructure to support it. ASUS will be displaying a setup with this board at Computex using 12 Radeon RX470’s and eight NVIDIA GeForce P104 cards. One of the first things one will notice on the board are the 20 USB 3.0...
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