For the first time, an unseen and unreleased Sapphire mining card has appeared on the internet.
The picture suggests that two Radeon RX570 GPUs are installed on the card’s board. Back then, the RX 570 was known as one of the best mining cards. It had 2048 Stream Processors, 8GB RAM, and a 150W TDP. It also had the 2nd Gen Polaris GPU (Polaris 20XL) aka Ellesmere.
The GPU-Z software fails to completely recognize the card however it confirms that it is a RX 570 GPU based card.
The mining performance and power consumption figures from the mining software were included in the original poster. GPU-Z shows that both the GPUs consume 156W, 78W for each GPU. However, just like the Radeon RX 6600 XT’s mining figures referred to the ASIC power, this might be the case here too. If it’s true then the board’s actual power consumption might be 20 to 40W higher.
The combined GPUs offer a 59.69 MH/s hashrate. The numbers are not that impressive though.
Sapphire was the biggest mining hardware supplier in the previous Bitcoin craze and this card also has a Sapphire logo on a choke under the heatsink.