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Netizens said that the ps5 host has been cracked: it is able to mine and calculate the power of super high-end graphics card

via:驱动之家     time:2021/3/1 18:06:59     readed:277

In recent months, mining is too hot. Even though the prices of bitcoin and Ethereum have dropped a lot in recent days, they still can't stop the enthusiasm of miners. The newly released RTX 3060 graphics card has been hyped into sky high prices.

When the graphics cards are out of stock, some people are focusing on the game console. The latest ps5 and xsx hosts also use AMD's high-end GPU architecture, with good performance,The floating-point performance of ps5 is more than 10tflops, which is equivalent to that of rx5700 XT.

Previously, the application of ps5 in mining was limited by the system, and it was unable to execute various mining procedures. A few days ago, a netizen disclosed that ps5 had been cracked, and also released a screenshot of the interface of the ps5 host digging eth Ethereum.


From the mining interface,The mining performance of ps5 host is quite powerful, the computing power reaches 99.76mh/s, the power consumption is only about 211w, and the energy efficiency ratio is very good.

At present, this disclosure has not been fully confirmed, because the GPU level of ps5 is equivalent to RX 5700 XT, and the mining capacity of the latter is usually about 50MH / s. now, the performance of ps5 is almost twice that of PS, which may be the same as that of PS. of course, it may also be the further overclocking of ps5 host after cracking, which greatly improves the performance.

In the current mining boom, the graphics card continues to be out of stock, and the ps5 host will obviously become the target of miners. If it is cracked, it will be more difficult to snap up the ps5 host in the future.



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