Yet another cryptocurrency mining-centric graphics card has apparently been spotted in the wild. This time round, it’s the Inno3D P102-100. This graphics card is based off of Nvidia’s Pascal GP102 GPU, which is also used in high-end graphics cards like the GTX 1080 Ti and GTX Titan Xp.
Despite this, the Pascal GP102 on the Inno3D P102-100 graphics card does come with reduced memory channels, video memory, and shader cores. When it comes to specifications, the P102-100 features a base clock speed of 1582MHz and a memory clock speed of 10Gbps. The memory controller type on this graphics card is GDDR5X and a capacity of 5GB. Memory bandwidth is rated at 400GBps. In addition, this card has a TDP rating of 250W.
When it comes to design, the Inno3D P102-100 features an all black cooler shroud, which houses two open-air cooling fans (Twin X2). Besides that, this card is also equipped with five heatpipes to aid in cooling the GP102 GPU. And for those who may be wondering, the P102-100 does not feature any video output ports – because they’re not required for cryptocurrency mining purposes.
Perfomance-wise, it’s said that the Inno3D P102-100 is capable of hashrates of ~47MHS (ETH), ~660Sol/s (ZEC) and ~879H/s (XMR) respectively. Pricing and date of availability was not mentioned at the time of writing.