H370 Mining Master is a next generation motherboard for the overclockers.
The first product of this kind was the fee B250 released last year, while Asus claims that the company “changed the approach to the creation of a second generation product.” Master Mining can support a total of 20 cards.
The cost of the new product and the exact timing of its release is still unknown. However, Asus claims that the product will be ready by the third quarter. Asus plans to demonstrate it during the events of 2018 Computex in Taiwan next week. However, the already known specs (which however are subject to change):
SizeATX 12”x9.1”SocketLGA 1151 for 8th Gen Intel Core / Pentium / Celeron processorsMemory2 x DIMMs (max. 32GB)DDR4 2666 / 2400 / 2133 MHz Non-ECC, unbuffered memoryPCIe1 x PCIe x16 slotStorage2 x Serial ATA 6.0 Gb/s connectorsNetworking1 x Intel® Gigabit LANUSB Ports GPU Riser20 x Vertical USB ports over PCIeUSB Ports6 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 4 x USB 2.0 / 1.1 portsOther Ports1 x COM header
Other elements of the Mining Expert include built-in monitoring system that allows you to monitor the status of connected 20 cards.
Less time for maintenance, means that mining will spend more time, so H370 Mining Master includes a set of diagnostic functions designed to simplify management of your platform.
Asus is one of the companies that explicitly stated their interest in the market serving the cryptocurrency niche. Apart from Asus, another motherboard for the overclockers is the ASRoc.
Recall also that graphics card manufacturers AMD and Nvidia have repeatedly reported increased income thanks to the demand from miners.