ETH GPU Miner Z1 270mh/s
Specifications, Configurations, and Pricing ETH GPU Z1
Our specific configuration of the ETH features an Intel Xeon E3-1245v2, a 77-watt server chip. Intel’s Xeon designation is for chips that are usually used in servers, a place where reliability is important, as downtime is costly. The E3-1245v2 is specifically a four-core, eight-thread beast, clocked at 3.4GHz, with TurboBoost taking it up to 3.8GHz.
The E3-1245 is paired with an NVIDIA Quadro K3000M professional video card. NVIDIA’s Quadro line of ETH GPU is designed to utilize drivers that have been tweaked for professional applications, rather than gaming. It features 2GB of VRAM and is an entry-level Quadro GPU.
The Z1 is equipped with 16GB of RAM, which should be plenty for most professionals. The RAM is configured with four 4GB sticks. It clocks in at 1,600MHz and features ECC, which also adds to the stability of the overall system.
Mining rig manufacturer Innosilicon released a new Ethereum miner Innosilicon A10 Pro+, which processes an Ethereum-based hash rate at around 750 mega hash per second (MH/s).
Additionally, during the course of the last few months, the Ethereum network hash rate has continued to climb relentlessly.