Cemetery miners based on the GPU beat the bears on this market – just ask NVIDIA. However, users with free graphics processors may soon place their inefficient mining equipment in other profitable uses: renting the power of rendering to those who want to feel the quality of gaming PCs on a poor computer.
According to TechCrunch, Vectordash seeks to allow people with non-powerful non-game settings – such as Apple computers – to experience the quality of computer games with the help of individuals who want to rent their backup power for visualization. clouds This means that, theoretically, even those with whom MacBook Air can play at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second, given their bandwidth on the Internet, are capable of handling such data.
If it sounds too good to be true, it's not. The rendering itself in the cloud is not particularly new, so this idea is far from half. Sony has released the cloud visualization service at PlayStation Now years ago, although it has never been shot. Nevertheless, the company has proved that cloud rendering is a viable option for gaming forward
Vectordash Service, obviously, launches users $ 28 a month for cloud visualization capabilities. On the other hand, GPU tenants can make about $ 0.60 a day ̵
The key to Vectordash, of course, offers payments for landlords who have a competitive price with crypto-currency yield, which should not be too complicated, given that the return of the GPU in extraction is negligible.
What do you think of Vectordash and computer games to visualize clouds? Do you have any GPUs you have bought for cypflame mining that you no longer use? Let us know in the comments below!
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