It’s no secret that not only gamers are interested in gaming video cards. But Intel seems to have its own opinion on this matter – the first report on the possibility of cryptocurrency mining with the help of “blue” GPUs appeared on the network. The attempt to “lure” at least something using the novelty turned out to be a failure.

YouTube blogger DJ Mines told Tom’s Hardware about his experiment with an inexpensive Intel Arc 380 model. According to him, he tried to run Ethereum mining in NiceHashMining, trex miner, lolminer and teamreminer, but none of them simply “saw” the adapter.

Considering that there is only one budget model of the Arc series on the market so far, the selection was not the most informative. However, according to the blogger, the problem lies precisely in the GPU driver, which does not provide for the possibility of mining cryptocurrency. Intel itself previously stated that it optimizes its video cards specifically for games – however, the method of this optimization still raises questions.

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