Cryptocurrency miners searching for cryptocurrency mining motherboards capable of supporting up to 20 graphics cards. Are sure to be interested in the new ASUS H370 Mining Master Motherboard which builds on the success of the previously launched ASUS B250 Mining Expert motherboard which supported 19 GPU’s. The second generation mining motherboard has now “refined the formula which has been proven in practice” says ASUS.
The new H370 Cryptocurrency Mining Master Motherboard simplifies connectivity by letting USB riser cables plug directly into the PCB, and reduces downtime by making problems easier to diagnose. “Mining is a numbers game; it’s only worthwhile if the value of the cryptocurrency you generate exceeds the cost of producing it. Increasing the number of graphics cards per node is a great way to stack the deck in your favor. Typical mining setups feature a common PCIe riser design with each graphics card being connected via a PCIe x1 link routed over a USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface with a SATA power cable. The risers responsible are typically made up of three pieces: the x16 slot that hosts the graphics card, the x1 card that plugs into the motherboard, and the USB cable that connects them. “
Specifications for the H370 Mining Master Motherboard include
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
PCIe : 1 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
ASUS H370 Mining Master Motherboard will be available to purchase throughout the US during starting in Q3 2018. For additional information, product images and specifics on the H370 Mining Master motherboard jump over to the official ASUS website by following the link below.