A new solution is coming for the supply problem in Nvidia due to the bulk purchases made by the crypto money miners.
Currently, a single Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti graphics card can do much more than deliver a quality 1440p gaming experience. At its simplest, it comes across as a card capable of generating a daily profit of $ 4.22 with crypto currency mining like Ethereum. Nowadays, there is a lot of trend towards cryptocurrencies as if migrating from WhatsApp to Telegram. Naturally, this also affects the graphics cards stock. At this point, a new video card planned to be produced for crypto money miners may eliminate the supply problem experienced by Nvidia.
Potential profits from GPU-powered mining have skyrocketed the demand for graphics cards since they hit record highs as interest in Bitcoin increased. This situation, the mass video card purchases made by crypto miners and the ridiculously inflated pricing as a result of the depletion of the stock, have victimized users. Fortunately, two new crypto mining-specific products seem to be poised to alleviate the supply issues.
Incoming information points to MSI’s GeForce RTX 3060 Ti MINER 8G cards. The most important difference between these cards and the typical game cards introduced by Nvidia is that the cards for miners do not have video output. Crypto miners rarely need displays attached to their systems. They usually connect multiple GPUs to a rig, boot a custom Linux operating system like NiceHash OS or HiveOS, and manage everything through a web dashboard.
Besides, cryptocurrency mining is all about computational performance. So even if certain components of a GPU such as hardware video encoders are defective during the binning process, it is hardly a loss for the manufacturer. We can say that selling cards with similar problems to miners instead of throwing them away is a very common form of trade today.
Global interest in Ethereum has grown tremendously in the past 4 weeks following a meteoric rise in the value of Bitcoin, which could pave the way for other cryptocurrencies to rise. If other GPU manufacturers such as MSI, Asus, Gigabyte can quickly bring their crypto mining cards to market, it is certain that they will all be eagerly used by home crypto miners or by large crypto mining facilities. This way, PC gamers looking for perhaps the latest and greatest hardware can finally breathe.