Smuggled Nvidia Cards Found After High-Speed Boat Chase


Only a week after a Chinese bust involving cheat makers and luxury cars, authorities have seized tons of of smuggled Nvidia playing cards after a speedboat chase within the waters close to Hong Kong worldwide airport.

As Tom’s Hardware have translated, from Chinese outlet TVB News, over the weekend police noticed a fishing boat anchored suspiciously near the airport at 2am within the morning, and upon investigating discovered males shifting cargo from the fishing boat onto a close-by speedboat.

As the police approached “the shady men hopped on the speedboat and sped away towards mainland waters”, with the cops pursuing in “a high-speed boat chase”. The smugglers managed to flee, however authorities then doubled again and searched the fishing boat, the place they discovered shark fins, smartphones and “up to 300 unidentified graphics cards”.

While not carrying any markings, it’s believed the playing cards are Nvidia CMP 30HXs, GPUs made particularly for cryptomining which, whereas not excellent at their job, are however in excessive demand in the intervening time with world shortages affecting the provision of extra fascinating {hardware}.


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