StrongU Dash Miner STU-U6
StrongU Dash Miner STU-U6 X11. An ASIC-miner that can produce at 420 GH/s hash rate with about 2100 Watt, Power consumption: 2100 Watt Hashing algorithm: X11 Hash rate: 420 GH/S ±10% All machines include associated power supply manufacturer StrongU STU–U6 X11.
The Whatsminer M32-70 is manufactured by Whatsminer, a well-known mining equipment manufacturer in the world. Their products are also notable for their compact footprint making it easier to scale up operations as they take up less space.
The Whatsminer M32-70 is a popular mining device, and unlike most of its competition- it’s actually available and in stock at the time of this writing. However, at a price of $6200, it is hardly cheap, and the lower product offerings are out of stock currently. It is a more recent introduction that was first produced in December 2020.
An advantage of this unit, while it does require dedicated 220V power, is that it does ship with an integrated power supply. There is also a fan as well designed to keep the device at peak hashing power. Deployment is simplified as there is an Ethernet connection, and once connected, each miner has an IP Address and can be controlled via a graphical interface.
Whatsminer regularly improves the specs of its units, so if you buy one second-hand, make sure to check the exact hash power offered. There are also no refunds. A 6-month warranty is offered for the miner, and 12 months for the power supply.
|Size||135 x 208 x 370mm|
|Power||2100W / 420Gh/s|
|Temperature||5 – 40 °C|
|Humidity||5 – 95 %|
About Mining A StrongU Dash Miner STU
Now when purchasing crypto mining devices you want to know, Will this miner be profitable in the long run? In a year will I be able to replace my investment? When will I start to see mining profits? The profitability of mining equipment is one of the most determining characteristics at the time of purchase. Due to this, the ASIC Miner Market website has created a list of the most profitable miners on the market for this month of April 2019.
The companies Obelisk, FusionSilicon, Bitmain, Innosilicon, and Spondoolies managed to position at least one of their ASICs among the top 10 positions of the most profitable miners in the market. Despite the recent lawsuit filed against Obelisk and that FusionSilicom is a recently launched company, both firms have 3 miners on the list, standing out as the manufacturers with the most profitable equipment.
The following conditions will invalidate the warranty：
1.The mining machine itself was dismantled, and the components were changed and replaced.
2.Lightning strikes, voltage surges, poor quality power supplies, etc.
3.Water, circuit boards, and components are damaged by moisture and corrosion.
4.The board has burnt marks or the chip is burnt.
6.Private use of the major mining machine manufacturers’ batch monitoring tools, silencers, IP search tools, resulting in machine damage or scrap will not accept warranty replacement.