Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 laptops from Hasee snapped up by the hundreds for a single crypto mining farm in China as business booms
We recently reported on how crypto mining rigs in China were being put together featuring laptops with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPU inside them. Images released at the time showed numerous machines all busy working away in the hunt for popular and profitable altcoins such as Ethereum. New images and a video have now appeared that will dishearten gamers even further when they see how hundreds of RTX 3060 laptops are being used for crypto mining.
The images show a couple of dozen RTX 30 laptops scattered around on floors, tables, and even benches all connected up in tent mode while being utilized for cryptocurrency mining. It’s the video that will really shock those who feel strongly against the idea of gaming laptops being used for this purpose, as hundreds of notebooks can be clearly seen stacked up on rows of shelves as miners go about connecting even more devices. The laptops are obviously brand new as dozens of empty cardboard boxes are neatly stacked to the side.
Many of the laptops on show are from the Chinese manufacturer Hasee, which at one point in time was only second to Lenovo when it came to domestic computer production and was selling 100,000 laptops a month. If sales are still on a similar scale or better, then it’s likely Hasee can procure a decent amount of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPUs without caring if buyers use the devices for gaming or mining. More mining farms like this one constructed from large amounts of gaming laptops are going to surface while Bitcoin and altcoin prices continue to soar.