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October 17, 2016, 01:33:20 PM
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Baikal Miner:

First version for Multi-algorithm, total six algorithm: X11/X13/X14/X15/Quark/Qubit

- Hash Rate: 150MH/s(±10%)
- Power: 40W (±5%) @ 0.27J/MH (at the wall , with 25℃ ambient temp)
- Power supply: DC 12V 5A Power Adapter with Ø2.5 DC Plug (Not included)
- Interface: Ethernet
- Operation Temp: 0 ~ 40 ℃
- Dimension: 140mm (L) x 100mm (W) x 95mm (H)
- Weight: 475g

It looks cute, and delicated。


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October 17, 2016, 01:38:07 PM
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I only have one question: will you be sending a demo unit to a legendary, green trusted member of the forum so that he/she can independantly verify your product? I know most (if not all) untrusted hardware vendors did this in the past to gain some credibility.

Cause basically, this looks good, but nobody will believe you actually have this hardware without concrete evidence.

Edit:
A second question came to mind: you claim to mine 6 algo's (X11/X13/X14/X15/Quark/Qubit), but you only list one hashrate and power draw... Seems odd.. Do all 6 algo's run at the same hashrate with the same power draw???

PS: you might want to move this topic to the altcoin section... This section is for bitcoin mining hardware.

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October 17, 2016, 02:46:04 PM
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pretty sure cryptominingblog did a review of the baikal miner.  you should check it out.
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October 18, 2016, 04:16:28 AM
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The Baikal has a few reviews around, it appears to be legitimate.

There is the question of "will it ever ROI" as usual though, given the fairly rapid increase in X11-based coin difficulties since it and the other 2 X11-capable ASIC were introduced.


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October 18, 2016, 05:34:58 AM
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its look promising miner hardware with 150 MH, but unfortunately that miner without the power supply. i think if the miner is include with power supply, it would be good so we don't have to buy power supply by ourself.

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October 18, 2016, 06:47:47 AM
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The Baikal has a few reviews around, it appears to be legitimate.

There is the question of "will it ever ROI" as usual though, given the fairly rapid increase in X11-based coin difficulties since it and the other 2 X11-capable ASIC were introduced.



Not only that it's a question now, but that the chances are just going to be smaller with each new other asic that comes after it. Remember when scrypt algo started to get
asic miners ? - There was a newer and faster version each so often, and it left people with older models in an investment loss, like me with gridseed asics.
Another thing worth mentioning is that every new type probably gets massively used before being released to general public, further weakening people's chances of reaching ROI.
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October 18, 2016, 01:54:29 PM
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its fun to mine with asics, roi for myself is 8-10 months, but i dont care if its longer, its not like its producing a lot of heat so it can run during summer when my gpu rigs are sold and not running

second mini miner incoming with this new batch
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October 19, 2016, 05:15:21 AM
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its look promising miner hardware with 150 MH, but unfortunately that miner without the power supply. i think if the miner is include with power supply, it would be good so we don't have to buy power supply by ourself.

 Miner sold with no PS is common - get used to it.

 Miner that INCLUDED a power supply was never particularly common, and the trend has been away from that for a while now for many reasons.


 One interesting concept for those of us that ran Gridseed "80 blades" - the same PS setup for one "blade" rig could easily run a pair of Baikals.

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October 19, 2016, 05:25:12 AM
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its fun to mine with asics, roi for myself is 8-10 months, but i dont care if its longer, its not like its producing a lot of heat so it can run during summer when my gpu rigs are sold and not running

second mini miner incoming with this new batch

roi for 8-10 months, i think its really too long for me and i can not do it for now. i see the picture and i have to said that its a good model and its really good product too. thank you for sharing to us.


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October 19, 2016, 07:39:54 AM
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The Baikal has a few reviews around, it appears to be legitimate.

There is the question of "will it ever ROI" as usual though, given the fairly rapid increase in X11-based coin difficulties since it and the other 2 X11-capable ASIC were introduced.



It might not ROI. The X11 economy is too small for too many ASIC. There is big chance for not ROI.

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October 28, 2016, 02:31:28 AM
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I bought several kinds of Baikal miners, which support mult-algorithm and have great computing power.
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