TAIPEI, Taiwan, July 2017 – Being one of the most experienced crypto mining motherboard manufacture, ASRock has always been the top choice for miners, to extend this superior tradition, we’re pleased to announce an exciting new weapon for crypto mining, the world’s 1st 13 GPU mining motherboard H110 Pro BTC+, it comes with many miner friendly features and even supports NVIDIA+AMD 13 GPU Hybrid mining.
H110 Pro BTC+ comes with many crucial features such as onboard power on/reset button which is a must for open frame mining, it also equipped with intel gigabit Lan for best performance and enhanced stability. Power delivery is also important for 24/7 none stop mining, that’s why we adopt 8 phase power design for CPU Vcore on this little beast to sustain system stability.
To ensure H110 Pro BTC+ is fully compatible with professional mining operating system, ASRock has been secretly cooperating with one of the best Linux based mining system ethOS, ethOS is able to mine Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, and other GPU-minable coins with all 13 AMD graphic cards, a big advantage compares to other competitor which can only run 8 or less AMD graphic cards under Win10.
For those who aren’t familiar with Linux based systems, don’t worry, ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ is also capable of AMD+NVIDIA® Hybrid mining under Windows10, we have successfully enabled 8*RX470+5*NVIDIA® graphic cards mining with GUIMINER in our lab and got very impressive hash rate. This motherboard is ready to mine right out of box, no need to do any additional BIOS setup to enable multi GPU mining, simply install all hardware and software correctly and you’re good to go!
With the huge popularity of cryptocurrency mining, ASRock has the best gear for everyone, with its miner friendly features and perfect software compatibility, H110 Pro BTC+ is the ideal motherboard to serve mining users and show how to mine cryptocurrencies and earn Bitcoin efficiently.
ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ is already in production and it will hit the market very shortly, stayed tuned!
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