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Radeon RX 570 Revival: Dual-GPU Mining Beast Hits 60 MH/s


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A mysterious variant of AMD's Radeon RX 570 has appeared over at the Saraba1st (via Twitter user HXL) forums. The graphics card appears to feature two Ellesmere GPUs on a single PCB, effectively doubling its mining performance. It's uncertain if this is a new AMD product or just an AIB partner that got creative with the design.

 

The dual-slot graphics appears to hail from Sapphire's camp as evidenced by the small logo on one of the chokers hidden under the shroud. According to the GPU-Z screenshot, PC Partner is the OEM who manufactured the graphics card. The model name is unknown so the graphics card has been unofficially baptized as the Radeon RX 570 Duo for now.

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Been wondering what RX 580 crossfire would be like on my Ryzen.  This would save me the hassle of trying to fabricate with zip ties a location for a second card in my tiny little case.  🤣

Either way, custom cards are always neat to see in the wild.  Nice to see dual GPU's making a comeback lately.

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14 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

Been wondering what RX 580 crossfire would be like on my Ryzen.  This would save me the hassle of trying to fabricate with zip ties a location for a second card in my tiny little case.  🤣

Either way, custom cards are always neat to see in the wild.  Nice to see dual GPU's making a comeback lately.

But you could have two and have some quadfire action ! Not that it would do you much good these days!

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2 hours ago, Supercrumpet said:

Very curious, I'm always interested in some dual GPU action, haha.

I have really been digging the Quadro's/GRID's/Teslas (Even though they gave me headaches), I just picked up a GRID (Dual GPU) K2 and a GRID (Quad GPU) K340, just to have around because I sold all of my K80's. 

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