- MSI recently issued a blog supporting usage of its GE76 Raider to access the service of mining cryptocurrencies
- The laptop in the respective context symbolizes something of an extraordinary case
- The blog further that the platform is using the algorithm of DaggerHashimoto
Micro-Star International Co., headquartered in Taiwan, represents a technology corporation that designs, enhances, and offers computer hardware, similar stream products, and services.
MSI releases blog post supporting crypto mining
In an astonishing move, MSI recently issued a blog supporting usage of its GE76 Raider to access the service of mining cryptocurrencies. Titled as a mining experiment, the blog post begins with a short mining history. It then explains how they’ll employ the machine for a month to mine crypto to measure its productivity and examine its worth.
The laptop in the respective context symbolizes something of an extraordinary case. It is special because it boasts a powerful GPU, the unusually popular 155W GeForce RTX 3080. Most of the laptops in the market employ much, much lesser wattage GPUs. Values like 95W and 105W are extremely common as the volume of cooling required in such a tight ecosystem is very high. This machine also consists of an Intel Core i9 10980HK.
The algorithms used by the platform
The blog further states that the platform is using the algorithm of DaggerHashimoto for the aforementioned experiment on the NiceHash project. A HashRate represents the worth of how productive the machine is at the process of mining. In this context, the HasgRate clearly stands around 52.8MH/s for RTX 3080, relative to an RTX 3070 desktop.
Operating that 155W GPU at high speed daily to access the service of mining cryptocurrencies is not assuredly a great idea as there’s likely to be an enormous amount of heat involved, and those small fans will end up functioning overtime. However, the good part is that there will be no more whining of the machine for its month of distress. It is possible that it’ll get to play a few games after all of it ends; if it doesn’t terminate before then.
The potential reason that the blog post is so astonishing is that gamers cannot access graphics cards currently. Thus, the blame for this stressful situation can be easily shifted to the door of cryptocurrency mining. The blog even begins off by highlighting this particular stance but then doesn’t seem to make sense of why carrying on with the experiment unreservedly supports it. Maybe MSI is just thinking of selling some laptops through the move; who knows!
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