Inno3D Introduces MC3865-9-104 Mining System

/ 3 years ago

Inno3D Introduces MC3865-9-104 Mining System

Graphics card manufacturer Inno3D unveiled their P104-100 crypto-mining accelerator earlier last week. Now the company is announcing a full mining system solution called the MC3865-9-104.

This machine uses up to nine P104-100 crypto-mining accelerators, each with its own independent cooling solution. Combined, the crypto-mining accelerator boasts a whopping 17,280 CUDA cores. This machine can crunch up to 330 MH/sec and outperforms its predecessor by up to 40% in mining performance.

Inno3D Introduces MC3865-9-104 Mining System

In addition it has a total of 10 fans to keep the controller chips running cool. Five is for intake and five is for exhaust. All running up to 4800 RPM via 12V DC.

Running the system is a Intel Celeron 3865U mobile processor. Mobile processors are known for their efficiency, so there is no needless power consumption. The cards themselves draw enough power as it is. This CPU comes with a 4GB 2133MHz SO-DIMM memory for the RAM. As for storage, a 64GB M.2 SATAIII SSD is available for operating system use.

Inno3D MC3865-9-104 Specifications

MC3865-9-104 Specifications
NVIDIA® P104-100 9 Cards
Total NVIDIA® CUDA® Cores in system 17280
System Controller
CPU Intel Celeron 3865U Mobile CPU
System memory 4GB 2133 SODIMM
System storage 64GB M.2 SATAIII SSD
Cooling System
High speed DC Fans 5 x Air-Inlet

5 x Air-Outlet

Fan speed 4800rpm (9cm DC12V)
Hash rate performance*
ETH 330MH/sec (+/- 5%)
ZEC 4500 Sol/sec (+/- 5%)
XMR 6200H/sec (+/- 5%)

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