As it is known, crypto-currency "gold rush" had a significant impact on the market of PC components and resulted, among other things, in the appearance of specialized motherboards. Lately, many similar boards have come from different manufacturers. Another such card, targeting crypto currency receivers, has now expanded the range of ASUS.
The novelty is called the H370 Mining Master and allows you to install 21 video cards. But we will immediately stipulate that only one PCIe 3.0 x16 slot is designed for a typical video card connection. In other cases, special extensions are needed, so-called "risers", which are not always capable of shining reliability.
The manufacturer notes optimization of the BIOS for extraction of crypto-currency and a special mode of Mining Mode.
The chipset is based on the Intel chipset H370. The board is designed for the 8th generation Intel Core, Pentium and Celeron processors in the LGA 1151 version. The processor power subsystem is built according to a six-phase scheme.
There are two slots for memory in which up to 32 GB of DDR4 2666 memory can be installed. The equipment includes two ports SATA 6 Gb / s, six USB 3.1 ports and four USB 2.0, and one Gigabit Ethernet. There are three 24-pin ATX connectors for powering multiple expansion cards.
No information is available on the price.