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February 28, 2016, 09:07:55 PM
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Hi

I have a few of these units any advice

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February 28, 2016, 11:06:13 PM
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Salvage the parts from them that you can use like the power supplies and the water coolers/fans and toss the rest into the bin.

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February 29, 2016, 06:32:41 PM
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Lol

Surely they can't be that bad.

Is there a pool I can for Eco 7 electric so just mine 7 hours a night on 4.5p

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February 29, 2016, 09:07:41 PM
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Lol

Surely they can't be that bad.

Is there a pool I can for Eco 7 electric so just mine 7 hours a night on 4.5p

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Yes they are that inefficient. They are many generations of ASIC old now.

It doesn't make a difference if you mine only for a few hours versus the whole day. You get paid for the 7 hours you mine regardless of which pool you choose. There is no magic way to get paid for 24 hours mining when you mine for 7. I'd suggest mining at kano.is but I'm biased.

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February 29, 2016, 10:02:52 PM
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Lol

Surely they can't be that bad.

Is there a pool I can for Eco 7 electric so just mine 7 hours a night on 4.5p

Tom
Yes they are that inefficient. They are many generations of ASIC old now.

It doesn't make a difference if you mine only for a few hours versus the whole day. You get paid for the 7 hours you mine regardless of which pool you choose. There is no magic way to get paid for 24 hours mining when you mine for 7. I'd suggest mining at kano.is but I'm biased.
Hashfast Sierras run at 1w/gh. That kind of efficiency is what you get from an antminer s2. From 3 years ago. 'Dyou see those profiting? Nope. Even though their hashrate is high, their efficiency sucks and so you're better off selling them on a website like ebay and first pulling out the psu like ck said.

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