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October 24, 2015, 03:04:45 AM
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I got a bitcoin miner and i dont really know what i have.so please if anyone knows what this is .let me knowhttp://postimg.org/image/5hqdsgcqd/
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October 24, 2015, 03:16:56 AM
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I got a bitcoin miner and i dont really know what i have.so please if anyone knows what this is .let me know

Look like a very old block erupter blade setup. What does it do? 200gh at 600+ watts? Thats is one old antiquity.

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October 25, 2015, 04:06:05 PM
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Actually, that looks like an old Avalon or Avalon clone. Look at the chips, if its an Avalon of Avalon clone, the chips will say Avalon.

Being only 2 modules, I'm thinking 120GHs.... but it depends on wether its an Avalon 1 or Avalon 2

I actually still have my Avalon 1 and a highly modified Avalon 2 clone....

CAUTION THOUGH.....

These relics push the limits on the molex connectors. The molex pins can only handle so much amperage per pin and these units go right to that edge. They will start smoking, they will melt, they will cook the circuit boards leaving you to have to modify the boards because the solder traces separated from the circuit board due to excessive heat. Not to mention since it is a plastic melting, its right next to starting on fire...
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October 25, 2015, 04:37:04 PM
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I got a bitcoin miner and i dont really know what i have.so please if anyone knows what this is .let me know

Look like a very old block erupter blade setup. What does it do? 200gh at 600+ watts? Thats is one old antiquity.

nope : it's an avalon 2 clone. 220 ~ 230 GHS  .   ( if needed i still got 2 blade available for sale )  Grin
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October 26, 2015, 02:19:35 AM
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I got a bitcoin miner and i dont really know what i have.so please if anyone knows what this is .let me know

Look like a very old block erupter blade setup. What does it do? 200gh at 600+ watts? Thats is one old antiquity.

nope : it's an avalon 2 clone. 220 ~ 230 GHS  .   ( if needed i still got 2 blade available for sale )  Grin

I see i had a bad source. I was using this as source;
http://i00.i.aliimg.com/wsphoto/v0/1630347226_1/In-stock-BTC-asic-miner-Bitcoin-miner-Super-Hot-Avalon-Asic-Bitcoin-Miner-font-b-Block.jpg

Which was tied to an auction on Aliexpress that has suddenly disappeared.

Look like i had the efficiency ratio right however? (Abysmal)

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October 31, 2015, 07:25:25 AM
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Thanks for all the help!!!I got it figured out Not fast enough to make any $$$
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November 01, 2015, 12:46:03 AM
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Thanks for all the help!!!I got it figured out Not fast enough to make any $$$

Recycle it .... lots of aluminum, and some E-Waste recyclers will buy the circuit boards
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