After Nvidia announced its CMP HX line, it said the 30HX and 40HX would be available by the end of the first quarter, but it hasn't seen a formal product for quite some time. A leaked picture of Gigabyte's CMP 30HX, which belongs to the lowest end of the CMP HX line, has been published online before.
After waiting for one month, Gigabyte will officially launch this mining card; the model is CMP 30HXD6 6G (GV-N30HXD6-6G). So far, Gigabyte became the first and only Nvidia partner to officially offer the CMP 30HX mining card.
As previously speculated, the Turing architecture TU116-100 has 1,408 CUDA cores, 1785MHz acceleration, 6GB of GDDR6 memory, 192bit width and 14Gbps speed.
The dual-slot graphics card is 22.5cm in length and has no video output port. It uses a WindForce 2X cooling system and two 90mm cooling fans. Gigabyte only has a three-month warranty for CMP 30HX D6 6G and a three-year contract for game cards of the same GPU type, which is much shorter in comparison.
GigGiga has not yet announced prices, but the price paid by retailers in Romania is around $720, which is similar to the price paid earlier by retailers in the Middle East. Considering its performance, utility, and warranty life, it's pretty high, considering that the nearly identical GeForce GTX 1660 Super was available for $229 when it first hit the market.