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Author Topic: Launching the Antminer L3+, World's Most Powerful and Efficient Litecoin Miner  (Read 284375 times)
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August 12, 2017, 01:56:07 PM
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thanks
it is necessary to look for corrections to bfgminer/cgminer

There are a couple threads about this on BCT, I have not been able to make any of them work.  With the L3 or the S9, it either doesn't connect or just generates errors.

It is necessary to try this correction for s9 https://github.com/Zwilla/bmminer-cgminer492
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1603068.0

Tell then result


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August 12, 2017, 05:36:51 PM
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so any news on the new upcoming LTC miner from bitman

aka L4\L4+

think they be release early next year?
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August 12, 2017, 06:12:32 PM
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so any news on the new upcoming LTC miner from bitman

aka L4\L4+

think they be release early next year?
No news yet and there is no Bitmain-insider here at the forum..

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August 12, 2017, 07:42:11 PM
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so any news on the new upcoming LTC miner from bitman

aka L4\L4+

think they be release early next year?

depends on other competitor. seems like nobody out there come close to BITMAIN

so, L3+ will stay here for quite some times.

Perhaps 1,5Gb Scrypt miner is undergoing testing.. who knows
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August 14, 2017, 11:53:55 AM
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so any news on the new upcoming LTC miner from bitman

aka L4\L4+

think they be release early next year?

depends on other competitor. seems like nobody out there come close to BITMAIN

so, L3+ will stay here for quite some times.

Perhaps 1,5Gb Scrypt miner is undergoing testing.. who knows


Did you see this?
https://bravenewcoin.com/news/russias-internet-ombudsman-takes-on-chinas-bitcoin-mining-industry/


July, RMC first announced their plans to build mining hardware and hold the ICO. The company reportedly houses chip manufacturing, equipment production including the assembly of the finished hardware, and mining, all within the 220,000 square meter Technopolis facility.

The presentation mentions two new mining hardware devices, with the largest called the “Sunrise s11i.” It further claims that it is a 16-nanometer design and is now the most powerful mining rig on on the planet in terms of hashing power, with the “Best [Return On Investment] in its class,” consuming between 2.3-2.5 kW.

Available in September 2017, RMC’s document explains, the new rig costs RMC US$1,600 per unit to produce and will deliver 22.6 Th/s of mining power. Of this, 18 Th/s goes to “the physical owner” while 4.6 Th/s goes towards paying a “joint mining club,” presumably token owners and RMC.

The leading competitor, from Chinese manufacturer Bitmain, is called the Antminer s9, and costs around US$2,500 for only 14 Th/s. However, the s9 does so more efficiently, with a consumption of only 1.3 kW of energy. Nonetheless, RMC claims that S9s offer a Return On Investment of 12 months, while there S11i is profitable in only 5.  

The company states that one of their goals is acquiring market share from Chinese producers, “and their centralization.” Their neighbors to the south currently dominate the markets for both mining chip manufacturing and mining pools. For instance, all of the top six Bitcoin Mining pools are currently located in China. These pools and several smaller ones in the country represent well over 70 percent of the total Bitcoin hashrate, and the vast majority of their mining hardware was made by Beijing-based Bitmain Technologies.


Also more here:
https://coinjournal.net/putin-ico-chinese-bitcoin-mining/

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-08/russia-launches-100-million-bitcoin-mining-operation

Of course that's for SHA-256 but as Bitmain has shown if you can design ASICs for Bitcoin you can make them for Scrypt and X11 too.
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August 14, 2017, 12:43:44 PM
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Much easier to write about an operation of this magnitude than to execute it. I doubt you will see this threat materialize in reality for some time. In other words, " easier said than done". Russia's never done it and they plan on manufacturing the units. Yeah, good luck. Not that easy. In the meantime, the good ole USA sits with it's head in the sand, wringing our hands and worrying about " regulating it". Reminds me of the guy looking the wrong way down a one way a street and gets mowed down by a truck.

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August 14, 2017, 02:43:50 PM
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Of course that's for SHA-256 but as Bitmain has shown if you can design ASICs for Bitcoin you can make them for Scrypt and X11 too.

Bitmain has also shown that they can take down pretty much any competitor... thus their near-monopoly in all things mining.

In other words, I'll believe it when I see it. I'd like to see some honest competition against Bitmain but I'm not holding my breath.

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August 14, 2017, 03:59:01 PM
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S9 cost 1150 or so. Not 2500$. Guys just want to make their mienr look more profitable.
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August 15, 2017, 09:15:39 AM
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finally got my L3+s setup ... is it normal for these units to run between 58 to 63 degrees (chip temp)?

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August 15, 2017, 09:22:46 AM
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will it be still profitable at the end of september? I want to buy 10x and they will arrive end of september. Just say something.
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August 15, 2017, 09:53:56 AM
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finally got my L3+s setup ... is it normal for these units to run between 58 to 63 degrees (chip temp)?



yes it is. Running in a data center with air-conditioning will bring the temp to around 60 degrees. If you run them in your living room they will go to 70 and most likely stay at that temp

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August 15, 2017, 01:02:57 PM
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will it be still profitable at the end of september? I want to buy 10x and they will arrive end of september. Just say something.
Depends on how much you pay for the hardware. If you buy at release price from Bitmain, you should be fine, if you pay 2,3 4 X the release price from 3rd party, you will not make money. This is not a get rich quick proposal. It's a slow and steady race. Some folks get windfalls by capturing 1st and 2nd batches but that is pure luck and short lived.

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August 15, 2017, 01:14:25 PM
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I can't wait for my 4 to show up soon.  A few weeks of heating the basement then off to the Colo!!

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August 16, 2017, 01:26:36 AM
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will it be still profitable at the end of september? I want to buy 10x and they will arrive end of september. Just say something.
Depends on how much you pay for the hardware. If you buy at release price from Bitmain, you should be fine, if you pay 2,3 4 X the release price from 3rd party, you will not make money. This is not a get rich quick proposal. It's a slow and steady race. Some folks get windfalls by capturing 1st and 2nd batches but that is pure luck and short lived.

Exactly. Either buy a batch when it's first released and wait the ~60 days for it to be released, or buy it from a place like eastshore.xyz where you can get the latest batch for a price very close to the original price.

If you buy an in-hand L3+ from eBay that you could receive tomorrow, you will pay $8,000 for it and never make ROI. Have patience, buy the later batches, and wait. $8,000 to receive the miner tomorrow, or $2,500 to receive it in 60 days? The correct answer is clear.
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August 16, 2017, 09:56:33 AM
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hey guys, does anyone have issues when mining on nicehash? I seem to have hashrate dropped to 0 on some of my L3+ and then only way to recover is to power cycle them.
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August 16, 2017, 10:13:48 AM
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hey guys, does anyone have issues when mining on nicehash? I seem to have hashrate dropped to 0 on some of my L3+ and then only way to recover is to power cycle them.


Yeah NiceHash is doing that a lot with mine to. I switched. I found using a more reliable pool  H2C or Litecoinpool.org gives me the same if not better payout compared since it is not breaking down all the time and I save time not checking all the time and working instead.

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August 16, 2017, 12:55:46 PM
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Guys, do you have problems with any of your L3+ hashboards? Second hashboard shows different number of chips (2 or 20 but not 72) and has only "xxxxxxx".
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August 16, 2017, 01:09:27 PM
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Most likely dead board. I had a dead board last week.
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August 16, 2017, 01:54:38 PM
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thanks mate, i thought i was the only one having this issue. true if i mine just one coin i don't have this sort of problem...

hey guys, does anyone have issues when mining on nicehash? I seem to have hashrate dropped to 0 on some of my L3+ and then only way to recover is to power cycle them.


Yeah NiceHash is doing that a lot with mine to. I switched. I found using a more reliable pool  H2C or Litecoinpool.org gives me the same if not better payout compared since it is not breaking down all the time and I save time not checking all the time and working instead.
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August 16, 2017, 07:15:54 PM
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thanks mate, i thought i was the only one having this issue. true if i mine just one coin i don't have this sort of problem...

hey guys, does anyone have issues when mining on nicehash? I seem to have hashrate dropped to 0 on some of my L3+ and then only way to recover is to power cycle them.


Yeah NiceHash is doing that a lot with mine to. I switched. I found using a more reliable pool  H2C or Litecoinpool.org gives me the same if not better payout compared since it is not breaking down all the time and I save time not checking all the time and working instead.

Warning: NiceHash is not good, and not profitable dont use it, Its only shows profit in Calculator but actually its not good to better profit.

you can use this pool, this is more profitable than NiceHash, and Fast.
1. https://hash-to-coins.com
2. https://prohashing.com
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