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GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU: Notebook-Chips werden für das Mining zweckentfremdet

GeForce RTX 3070 GPU: Laptop chips abused for mining

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Nvidia’s Chinese OEM partners are now also using the GeForce RTX 3070 portable GPU (test), which is already designed for use in gaming laptops, such as the “GeForce RTX 3070M” on desktop graphics cards for Ethereum crypto-mining. Performance is estimated at 60-65 Mh/s.

Laptop GPUs on mining graphics cards

On the Chinese online trading platform Taobao Nvidia’s original Chinese partners offer a variety of custom builds of the “GeForce RTX 3070M” 8GB, GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU-based desktop graphics cards with Ampere GA104-770-A1 GPU with 5120 ALU deal.

A Twitter user first learned about the many offers from the Chinese online retailer Tweet embedwho shared the information on the SMS service.

Researching the online trading platform enhances this as well More offers One of the “misused” laptop GPUs from Nvidia.

  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 . Laptop Graphics Processor
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 . Laptop Graphics Processor
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 . Laptop Graphics Processor

The specifications for mining graphics cards mentioned by OEM partners also match those of Nvidia mobile GPUs.

65MHz/sec at 100W possible

They typically use GA104 and GA106 GPUs with 5120 and 3840 CUDA cores, respectively, and are advertised at an average hash rate of 60-65MHz/sec with a consumption of 100W.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU on Desktop Graphics
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 laptop GPU on a desktop graphics card (Photo: Taobao)

Complete systems in use, so-called mining rigs, based on the GeForce RTX 3070 laptop GPU turned into a desktop or graphics card mining can already be found on Taobao.

65MHz/sec at 90 to 100W
65 MH/s at 90 to 100 W (Photo: Taobao)

Here, too, the Ampere mobile graphics card achieves a maximum speed of 65 MHz / s with a consumption of 90 to 100 watts.

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