Chinese motherboard manufacturer Onda (via ZOL ) has launched the brand’s new Chia-D32H-D4 motherboard. The model name alone is enough to tell you that this motherboard is aimed at farming Chia cryptocurrency , which has already caused hard drive price spikes in Asia . Designed for mining not to compete with the best motherboards for gaming , the Chia-D32H-D4 is most likely a rebranded version of Onda’s existing B365 D32-D4 motherboard. It measures 530 x 310mm so the Chia-D32H-D4 isn’t your typical motherboard. In fact, Onda has produced a special case with an included power supply for this specific model. The unspecified 800W power supply arrives with the 80PLUS Gold certification, while the case features five cooling fans. The Chia-D32H-D4’s selling point is obviously the motherboard’s 32 SATA ports, allowing you to leverage up to 32 hard drives. The B365 chipset can only provide a limited amoung of SATA ports, so the Chia-D32H-D4 depends on a third-party SATA controller, such as Marvell to get the count up to 32.. We counted seven SATA controllers in the render of the motherboard. Assuming that each controller delivers up to four SATA ports, the remaining four should come from the B365 chipset itself…. Read full this story
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