Cryptocurrency miners are based on GPU after beating to do this carrier market – ask NVIDIA. However, users with additional GPUs may be able to use their inefficient mining hardware to another profitable use: letting rendering power to those who want to experience high-quality computer gaming. computer under pressure.
As TechCrunch reported, Vectordash is trying to allow people with advantageous rigs to gamble – such as Apple computers – to experience high-quality computer gaming with the help of people who are willing to rent their power for rendering. . This in theory means that even those with Macbook Air may make a 4K solution and 60 frames per second, because their internet bandwidth can handle that amount of data.
If this is too good to be true, it's not. No cloud rendering itself is anything new, so this idea is not half-baked. Sony launched a rendering service in PlayStation Now a year ago ̵
Vectordash service's users seem to run $ 28 per month to make cloud capabilities. On the other side of the transaction, GPU reforms represent about $ 0.60 per day – something that is not changing money for anyone who has the dough to be consumed by highly powered GPUs. However, the ability to put less than-profitable GPUs to work mining for another reason could help those who are hit by a more powerful ASIC topping market and mining rigs.
The key to Vectordash, of course, is to offer payments to tenants at a competitive price with criptocurrency mining returns – it should not be too difficult, since not have much knowledge of mining GPU
What do you think about Vectordash and cloud doing computer games? Are GPUs you bought for criptocurrency mining that you no longer use? Please let us know in the comments below!
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