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Clocking Terahash: 3 next-generation bitcoin mining rigs

Clocking Terahash

Most recently, Chinese bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Microbt released a new ASIC machine with a clock rate of up to 112 terahash per second (TH/s). The new machine is one of the most efficient mining rigs on the market, given today’s grid complexity and electricity rates below $0.06 per kilowatt hour (kWh). Meanwhile, rival bitcoin mining rigs such as Strongu and Canaan have also released new products dedicated to SHA256 consensus algorithms.

While bitcoin markets have been in a slump lately, bitcoin mining hosting service profits have been significant in the last three months of 2020. This year, firms such as Bitmain, Microbt and Canaan have released a number of new and next-generation miners. The most profitable SHA256 mining rig to date that can mine digital assets such as BTC, BCH and BSV is the Bitmain Antminer S19 Pro, which offers hashing speeds of up to 110TH/s.

At $0.06 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) and current bitcoin prices, the Antminer S19 Pro (110TH/s) generates a daily profit of about $10 per unit. Bitmain released the Antminer Pro S19 in May 2020, and three more powerful bitcoin miners were released in the last quarter of the year…

Clocking Terahash

Clocking Terahash: three next-generation bitcoin mining rigs were launched during the last quarter. Whatsminer M30S ++ claims processing speeds of up to 112TH/s.

Whatsminer M30S

For example, mining equipment manufacturer Microbt has launched the new Whatsminer M30S ++. The new miner is the next iteration of the M30 versions, and the website claims that the “hashing king” can process speeds up to 112TH/s. According to the specs, the device consumes 3,742 watts from the wall. The Whatsminer machine uses Samsung-branded 12nm semiconductors. Interestingly, the previous version of Whatsminer M30S + (100TH / s) used 8-nm Samsung chips. At the official Microbt mining store Whatsminer M30S ++ sells for $3900 a piece.

Microbt’s latest miner is much smaller than the S19 Pro, and tiny compared to Canaan’s new Avalonminer 1246. On Dec. 5, reported that a large number of mining equipment manufacturers did not have the next generation of devices in stock.

At the time, Microbt’s website indicated that there was a 120-day wait for the product to be delivered after payment. However, at the time of writing this report, noticed that the Microbt website now quotes “delivery within 2 weeks after 100% payment.”

Canaan Avalonminer

Clocking Terahash: three next-generation bitcoin mining rigs were launched during the last quarter. The Canaan Avalonminer 1246 or A1246 claims processing speeds of up to 90TH/s.

Meanwhile, Canaan has released a new Avalonminer 1246 or A1246 miner that has a hash rate of 90TH / s and a power consumption of about 3,420 watts, according to statistics from the web portal. The new Canaan miner can be purchased today, but curious customers should sign up for a consultation to find out about pricing…

It looks like second market rig stores are selling units of the A1246 at prices ranging from $2,369 per miner to $2,725 per unit. The new Avalonminer miner is larger than the Whatsminer M30S ++ because it has four 12038 fans. The Canaan A1246 is comparable in size to the Bitmain S19 Pro model. Canaan’s chip is called “A12” and the semiconductor is supposed to be 12nm thick.

The latest Canaan model was recently reviewed in a test report written by The test confirmed that “under normal operating conditions the hash rate is about 90TH / s.” “After running the miner, the hash rate quickly reached 90TH / s in a short time, the fan speed was around 6800, and the average hash rate was 90.05TH / s for a long time,” the review explained…

Another company that released a new mining rig in the last quarter of 2020 is Strongu.

Strongu Hornbill H8 Pro

Clocking Terahash: Three next-generation bitcoin mining rigs were launched during the last quarter. Strongu Hornbill H8 Pro claims processing speeds of up to 84TH / s.

Strongu recently released the Hornbill H8 Pro, which claims to be able to run up to 84TH / s. The Hornbill H8 Pro has a power consumption of 3360W in standalone mode, and like the new Microbt Whatsminer, the latest Hornbill is also a much smaller miner. Specifications show that the Hornbill H8 Pro uses 8nm semiconductors.

All three new miners process the SHA256 consensus algorithm and can mine BTC, BCH and BSV. At the time of publication, the total BTC hash rate is about 130 exhashes per second (EH / s). Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is about 1.9EH / s and Bitcoinsv (BSV) is 1.2EH / s, respectively.