The graphics card assembler INNO3D has presented its new card P104-100 Cryptomining Accelerator. That is a new card (not graphics, since it does not have video outputs). But that is oriented as its name indicates for the cryptocurrency mining. Each of these cards equips an NVIDIA P104-100 that is no less than a GTX 1080 for miners. That continues to provide the 8GB GDDR5X at 11Gbps as the original model. This model is still manufactured at 16nm and arrives with 1607 MHz base frequencies.
INNO3D presents its new card P104-100 Cryptomining Accelerator
The card has a length of 270mm and a width of 117mm. Also, that comes with a dual-fan 90mm twin-slot Twin X2 sink and power through an 8-pin PCIe cable. That should keep the card fresh for 24/7 tasks will realize.
This card should be able to offer 35MH/s by mining Ethereum, 470 Sun/s from ZCash or 660H/s from Monero. That is the data similar to those obtained with the GTX 1080 Gaming. What I find interesting is that despite not having the video outputs in favor of a grid, the two SLI ports have remained in place and being a GTX 1080. And at its base, it might be interesting to try to make an SLI with these cards (like the second card) since, in theory, they would have to offer a more economical price, and I do not know to what extent the compatibility will have been limited.
For now, no prices have come to know for these new cards, but it will come to market during December.