With a Hashrate of up to 72 MH/s in ETH.
Taken from Videocardz … AMD Navi 12 resurfaces for mining rig.
The Navi 12 graphics processor debuted with AMD Radeon Pro 5600M for Apple last year. It is the only known Navi 12-based graphics card, equipped with 2560 Stream Processors and two HBM2 memory chips clocked at 1.54 Gbps.
We received photos and a specs sheet from one of our readers, who claims to have information on a new mining card called AMD BC-160. This model is supposedly based on Navi 12 GPU with 8GB of HBM2 memory. The card allegedly features 2304 Stream Processors, which is less than Pro 5600M. What clearly does not make sense though is a mention of 4Gbps memory specs. It is worth noting that there were rumors about a headless Navi 12 compute card coming around March this year.
The BC-160 (Blockchain Compute) is a card designed by XFX China allegedly. It offers a dual 8-pin power connector config and TGP of 150W. The card is to offer 69.5 Mh/s, which is around 25% faster than Navi10-based Radeon RX 5700 XT.
A set of photos was attached to the BC-160 specs, supposedly showing the card in a cluster. Each card reaches around 72 Mh/s hashrate performance in Ethash.
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