IBeLink DM384M

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The iBeLink DM384M Dash miner has four hashing blades and also a Raspberry Pi B+. The hashing blades each have 48 TNB0301 ASIC chips. These can also be controlled separately for mining. The total hash rate for a single unit is expected to be 384MHS and the power usage is expected to be a total of 715 Watts. The company Dual Miner is slated to sell this product. Given its features and the claims made by its makers, this miner appears to hold a lot of promise. It appears to be better than the GPU mining alternative for X11. If the product actually turns out to be what it claims to be, then it could well spell the doom for X11 mining using video cards. Each unit of the miner has 192 TNB0301 chips. It can run at temperatures between 0 and 4 degrees Centigrade.

Features of The DM384M Miner That Makes it Popular:

All you need to start using its Plug and Play features is power connection and an Ethernet. There are a total of four hashing blades and you can view the LED status of every blade. There are provisions to detect faulty conditions and auto-restart features. Users will be given email warnings if there are abnormal hashing conditions. The device can also detect faulty chips. It is also possible to repair defective hashing boards on your own. You can even minimize the fan speeds and noise by choosing low voltage power.

  • Vendors: 51ASIC, Magmining, Cryptoman
  • Algorithms: X11
  • Hashrate: 384 MH/s
  • Chip: TNB0301
  • Ethernet controller: Yes
  • Power: 715 W
  • Power supply: Yes
  • Case: 490mm*350mm*180mm

Source[edit]

https://bitmakler.net/asic

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