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September 03, 2015, 09:59:41 AM
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Because each miner has its own power supply

Im wondering can i just run a basic 10 port USB hub, and attach my miners to that, then the hub to the PI

Or is there a limit how many U3 you can actually run
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September 03, 2015, 11:06:48 AM
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Theoretically there shouldn't be a limit.  Practically speaking, people have enough trouble trying to get one to work reliably.  See the last few pages of Bitcoin Forum > Bitcoin > Mining > Hardware > ANTMINER U3 Discussion and Support Thread

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October 29, 2015, 12:39:25 PM
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Because each miner has its own power supply

Im wondering can i just run a basic 10 port USB hub, and attach my miners to that, then the hub to the PI

Or is there a limit how many U3 you can actually run

Did you get managed to set up your miners?
I'm running 4x U3 on an Raspberry Pi2 over WLAN. All of them work like a charm.
Send me a pm, if you would like to know the start settings (freq and voltage) I use.
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