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Baikal Giant X10 DGB Coin Miner 2batch

Baikal Giant X10 DGB Coin Miner 2batch

Baikal Giant X10 DGB Miner is a multi-algorithm ASIC miner, meaning it can mine multiple algorithms: X11 /  Quark / Qubit. However, Digi-byte is the most profitable currency to be mined and this ASIC can reach 10 Gh/s.

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(26 customer reviews)

$399.0

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Description

Baikal Giant X10 DGB Coin Miner 2batch

Many readers may have already heard of Baikal Giant X10

as the company got involved with Dash mining a while ago. Since that time, things have become relatively quiet on the Baikal front, although this may soon change.

That’s because Baikal claims it will be bringing a new Crypto Night “mega” miner to market in the near future. At the same time, a lot of the information surrounding this unit leaves a lot to be desired.

WHAT IS THE BAIKAL GIANT N?

Note: it is second-hand

Algorithm : X11 / Quark / Qubit
Hash Rate : 10GH/s(±5%)
Input Power : ATX Power,12V Plug 6P/8P
Interface : 1 x Ethernet
Operation Temp : 0 ~ 40 ℃
Dimension : 312mm(L) x 125mm(W) x 130mm(H)
Weight : 3700g
1. Hash Rate and Power
– Giant-A900 miner

X11/Quark/Qubit/Myriad-Groestl/Skein (2 new algorithm will be added soon)Hash Rate:10GH/s(±5%)

Power supply: ATX Power(12V 6Pin connector * 6)

Interface:1 X Ethernet

Temp Operation:0 ~ 40 ℃

Dimension:312mm (L) x 125mm(W) x 130(H)

Weight:3800g

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Brand

BAIKAL

Baikal team are composed of excellent R & D design elites from all over the world. Since 2008, the team has been committed to the research and development of chips and software. In 2013, they successfully developed SHA-256 algorithm chip or the customers, and accumulated rich experience in the design and development of chips. In May, 2016 the team successfully launched Baikal mini X11 algorithm miner. The miner’s high cost-performance and stability have won high evaluation and recognition.

Reviews

  1. Webseth
    5 out of 5

    On Facebook you write: “More algorithms are still in development, follow-up will be added in succession, please also pay more attention to the mineral friends”.
    Will there be a new algorithm? What algorithms could the hardware work with.

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