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Author Topic: Bitmain looks like they're releasing a 15GH/s DASH miner called the AntMiner D3  (Read 179028 times)
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August 04, 2017, 07:30:34 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

The unit draws 1200w I believe. It requires something like 6 or 9 6 pin connectors. Any modular PSU 1300 watt or preferably more would do. Corsaire is one of the best, and most expensive. Right now, PSU prices are inflated so you'll be paying a lot. Any decent platinum will do, the one Bitmain sells is generic and most people use those.


Edit, 1200w wall draw at a platinum efficiency of 93%. If you use gold, bronze or worse you'll need a 1400w-1500w. EVGA is good, Enermax and Lepa are popular in Germany. If you're in the Us you'll find one easy, if not just order one from Bitmain. you won't find a decently priced one in the EU.

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August 04, 2017, 08:02:14 PM
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D3 Batches.

Batch 1 (July 18)  250 Units
Batch 2 (July 20)  3,300 Units
Batch 3 (Aug 03) 35,000 Units

Source Insider @ Twitter

Now who order on July Batch must be laughing hard... Damn lucky

If 35,000 were sold on the october batch i dont thinking anyone will be laughing  Undecided

I think you added an extra 0 there. Nice try though.

nope, i didn't add anything. perhaps Gigawatt and big miner placed order?


Show the proof. There was a 'claim' that there were 35000 sold on twitter by someone but it's not verified.

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August 04, 2017, 08:05:24 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

I would get a server power supply if i were you, a lot cheaper for the same rating

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August 04, 2017, 08:06:47 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

I would get a server power supply if i were you, a lot cheaper for the same rating

Would the hp dps 1200 work or cutting it too close?

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August 04, 2017, 08:27:33 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

I would get a server power supply if i were you, a lot cheaper for the same rating

Would the hp dps 1200 work or cutting it too close?
I wouldn't go over 80% of the PSU capacity. General rule. Play it safe.
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August 04, 2017, 08:30:38 PM
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Batch 3 (Aug 03) 35,000 Units

bullshit. sales were open for ~1hr, that's 583 units per minute. not likely.
Not a chance. Sold out in 20 - 30 minutes and the servers were buried at that. 3500 maybe but not much more than that.
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August 04, 2017, 08:39:50 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

The unit draws 1200w I believe. It requires something like 6 or 9 6 pin connectors. Any modular PSU 1300 watt or preferably more would do. Corsaire is one of the best, and most expensive. Right now, PSU prices are inflated so you'll be paying a lot. Any decent platinum will do, the one Bitmain sells is generic and most people use those.


Edit, 1200w wall draw at a platinum efficiency of 93%. If you use gold, bronze or worse you'll need a 1400w-1500w. EVGA is good, Enermax and Lepa are popular in Germany. If you're in the Us you'll find one easy, if not just order one from Bitmain. you won't find a decently priced one in the EU.

 EVGA G2 1300 does NOT have enough connectors stock - you'd have to dig up 1 or 2 additional "2 on one" cables for it, and it would be VERY MARGINAL on having enough power capacity..
 The G2 1600 should work fine.

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August 04, 2017, 09:14:32 PM
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Early buyers would be more lucky to snatch the D3
once difficulty increase, it would be difficult to set profit


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August 04, 2017, 09:25:47 PM
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Yeah I find it hard batch 3 being 10x the miners of other batches. Batch 2 sold out in ~30 minutes with 3500 and batch 3 with 35k sold out in half that time?
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August 04, 2017, 10:11:05 PM
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hi all,

ive bought two d3 crawlers. now ive some questions and hope someone could please answer them  Wink

1. noise is 85db a bit loud for my tasted. does anybody know the detailed specs of the fans? i want to buy less noisy fans in advanced.

2. do i have to use the installed controller and if can i somehow use other miners such as ccminer...? if this is possible, i think we could mine other algos aswell as those asic chip are capable of mining x11 gpu algo.

thanks
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August 04, 2017, 10:38:56 PM
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Someone knows a 'regular' PSU with all requirements (power and connections)?
Corsair maybe?

I would get a server power supply if i were you, a lot cheaper for the same rating

Would the hp dps 1200 work or cutting it too close?
I wouldn't go over 80% of the PSU capacity. General rule. Play it safe.

Okay yeah that's probably a good idea. Now to find an affordable psu at 1500 watts.  Cry Prices so high these days.

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August 04, 2017, 11:58:10 PM
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Well, total noob to ASIC mining.  Would it be worthwhile to buy one with the next. Watch?  Am I looking at maybe $10k return for 1 year, instead 70K like the calcs say?
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August 05, 2017, 01:00:40 AM
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iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/
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iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s. 

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?
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August 05, 2017, 01:14:48 AM
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iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s.  

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?

Now these will really mess with the a5s position. I think these will be 3.5-5k because octobers difficulty will surely be taken into account.. and their more efficient then d3.
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August 05, 2017, 01:22:51 AM
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iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s.  

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?

Now these will really mess with the a5s position. I think these will be 3.5-5k because octobers difficulty will surely be taken into account.. and their more efficient then d3.

Looks like they just put up price at $6000
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iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s.  

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?

Now these will really mess with the a5s position. I think these will be 3.5-5k because octobers difficulty will surely be taken into account.. and their more efficient then d3.

Looks like they just put up price at $6000

Where? if it says 10.8 near that 6k your looking at the old model.
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August 05, 2017, 01:30:51 AM
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Posted on August 4, 2017
iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
Written by
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We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s.  

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?

Now these will really mess with the a5s position. I think these will be 3.5-5k because octobers difficulty will surely be taken into account.. and their more efficient then d3.

Looks like they just put up price at $6000

Where? if it says 10.8 near that 6k your looking at the old model.
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You're right.  I read the wrong model on the main page. But that was doing 10 Ghs.  How is this one going to be half the price?
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[ author=shaninium link=topic=2029822.msg20627266#msg20627266 date=1501896506]
Home / Blog
Posted on August 4, 2017
iBeLink DM22G for Delivery in October!
Written by
iBeLink   
Posted in
Uncategorized   

We are very happy to announce the next generation of iBeLink X11 miners, the DM22G which features a hash rate of 22 GH/s. High volume delivery will be in October. Interested customers are welcome to contact us for a product demonstration in China. The following are the DM22G technical specifications:

    Hash Function: X11
    Hash Rate: 22 GH/s ±5%
    Power Consumption: 810 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Power Efficiency: 0.037 J/MH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
    Number of TNB0303 chips per unit:216
    Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
    Network Connection: Ethernet
    Power Supply: 110V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
    Certifications: FCC, CE
    Dimensions: 490mm(L)*350mm(W)*180mm(H)
    Weight: 19kg (with packing materials)

https://ibelink.co/blog/


Ok; it's pretty much not going to be worth buying any of these. This one will be twice as expensive and delivers two months after the d3 x11s.  Yet these are more powerful, and quickly overpower the d3 x11s.  

Is $10k/year even realistic at current price of Dash?

Now these will really mess with the a5s position. I think these will be 3.5-5k because octobers difficulty will surely be taken into account.. and their more efficient then d3.

Looks like they just put up price at $6000

Where? if it says 10.8 near that 6k your looking at the old model.

You're right.  I read the wrong model on the main page. But that was doing 10 Ghs.  How is this one going to be half the price?
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I ment it should be almost half the price to 5k, depends on how aggressive they wanna compete, these are upgradeable too. With the difficulty in october they have to lower their price from their previous model which was first priced and released for pre-order 3 months ago when it was insanely profitable. They are using the same chips as the last model, just more of them, and they should have covered most of their design and fab costs from last batch too. That 6k price didnt take into account the a5 and d3.
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August 05, 2017, 01:42:27 AM
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iBelink would have to give those away in order to pull the sales away from Bitmain.  Price is going to win this battle sadly.
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