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AMD Expects GPU Sales to Cryptocurrency Miners to Keep Sliding

AMD has disclosed that the cryptocurrency-induced boom for sales of its GPU cards is over, for the foreseeable future. During an earnings call the Santa Clara, California-based chipmaker revealed that graphics cards sales to cryptocurrency miners declined during the quarter that ended in June. The Graphics Processing Units that AMD and its rival Nvidia make primarily for rendering 3D graphics ...

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Crypto Mining Decline Expected to Slash GPU Prices

The recent decline in cryptocurrency mining has eroded demand for graphics cards, with card suppliers planning to slash prices to clean out their inventories. The softening market has snagged demand for ASIC mining equipment, supply chain sources have indicated. Graphics card prices are expected to fall about 20% this month, suppliers noted,  according to Digitimes. Manufacturers Feel The Heat Large ...

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Is Bitmain’s New Hardware Going to Destroy GPU Mining?

The Bitmain Antminer Z9 Mini could be a game changer in the world of cryptocurrency mining, as the specs on this piece of mining hardware far outclass even the best GPU miners on the market. The name alone gives us a clue about what’s coming. Since this is the “mini” version of this piece of hardware, it stands to reason ...

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Bitcoin Bear Period is Bringing Down High-End GPU Prices

Bitcoin isn’t the only one going down. As the cryptocurrency keeps losing its value, other areas of the industry are starting to take its toll. As Bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies all over the world, skyrocketed in value last year, a new market was born — crypto mining. I’m sure you know at least one person who either attempted to — or ...

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GPU Prices Fall Following Slump in Cryptocurrency Markets

The price of specialized graphics processing units (GPUs) has been declining along with sinking prices in digital currency markets, Computerworld reported July 10. While at the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018 cryptocurrency mining caused a sharp rise in the price of high-end gaming cards, the tendency seems to have reversed as crypto markets continue on a downward slope. ...

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Cryptocurrency Mining Affects AMD Stock while Nvidia Overestimates GPU Demand

Demand from cryptocurrency miners has indirectly influenced the fortunes of GPU manufacturers Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Nvidia, with the former’s share prices increasing by 30 percent in May 2018 alone. AMD Stocks Rise on Mining Demand Since 2017, opportunistic cryptocurrency miners have started to bulk purchase GPU cards to build powerful mining rigs. While the move has augmented both ...

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ASUS Introduces 20 GPU Motherboards for Cryptocurrency Mining

On Wednesday, The Verge reported that ASUS had announced one of its craziest creations yet. This being an updated version of the ASUS Mining Master motherboard which now supports up to 20 graphics cards. Mining Innovation: 20-GPU Supported Motherboard In normal cases, it would be an impossibility to fit 20 graphics cards all onto one motherboard. However, ASUS has provided ...

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One of the World’s Top 5 GPU Mines, Launches the Most Advanced Trading Ecosystem, AI Trader

This is a sponsored story. CCN urges readers to conduct their own research with due diligence into the company, product or service mentioned in the content below. One of the Top GPU based mining firms, Dubai-based Kingdom Mining, has announced an autonomous cryptocurrency trading platform powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence, AI Trader. Kingdom Mining, a 7 MW facility, developed ...

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Declining GPU Sales to Cryptocurrency Miners ‘Healthy’: AMD CEO

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. GPU manufacturers Nvidia and AMD each enjoyed massive sales over the past year, partially thanks to miners who buy GPUs to mine cryptocurrencies. However, those sales are now declining. The demand for GPUs kept increasing as the value of cryptocurrencies went up throughout 2017. But after ...

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GPU Revenue Signals Growth of Cryptocurrency Demand

Record sales by GPU manufactures, Nvidia and AMD, signals that consumer demand for cryptocurrency mining and thus cryptocurrency is continuing to increase. Last week Nvidia posted first quarter revenue of $3.21 billion USD, of which $289 million USD, or 9% of total revenue, was attributed to cryptocurrency mining sales. AMD, Nvidia’s chief rival, also reported first quarter revenue of $1.65 ...

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