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September 01, 2017, 05:01:16 PM
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i can't get the differences between those two.
one them is 5 pairs pci-e other 9 pairs
all numbers are same max output etc
5 pairs one is for s9 l3 and d3
9 pairs one is for l3 only ??
any idea prices are $105 $115


More cables, more price.

They are both the same power supply.

But you must understand that the one with 5 pairs cables (10x cables) is good to power ONE S9 or L3+ or D3.
The one with 9 pairs cables (18x cables) is good to power TWO L3+ or ONE S9 or ONE D3.
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unfortunately i have 5 pair cables batch 20 pcs
any way to convert 9 pairs pci-e ? any one know this ?
edit : just checked one of them no way i guess
any one buy future batch my advise go with 9 pairs batches

always have antminers and psu for sale please dm
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September 01, 2017, 05:03:31 PM
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i can't get the differences between those two.
one them is 5 pairs pci-e other 9 pairs
all numbers are same max output etc
5 pairs one is for s9 l3 and d3
9 pairs one is for l3 only ??
any idea prices are $105 $115


More cables, more price.

They are both the same power supply.

But you must understand that the one with 5 pairs cables (10x cables) is good to power ONE S9 or L3+ or D3.
The one with 9 pairs cables (18x cables) is good to power TWO L3+ or ONE S9 or ONE D3.
Thanks HagsFIN
unfortunately i have 5 pair cables batch 20 pcs
any way to convert 9 pairs pci-e ? any one know this ?

You would have to re-do the cables but especially if you don't have a clue what you are doing, I do not recommend it.
Use it for a one miner and buy another psu for the second miner. That is a good option too.

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April 25, 2018, 11:10:29 AM
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BITMAIN AntMiner APW3-12-1600 PSU Series

Bitmain is proud to announce that the AntMiner APW3-12-1600 PSU Series is now on sale!

http://i.imgur.com/E1xIO4Q.jpg

The APW3-12-1600 Series AC-DC PSU is specifically designed with mining operations in mind, and combines high conversion efficiency and a strong dynamic performance into a power dense package. It also features short circuit, overload, overheat, low voltage and overload protections.

1. This PSU includes  several features which make it optimal for cryptocurrency mining operations, including:

1) The air flow direction runs from the AC input to the DC output, which is the same configuration as most miners. This proves beneficial for those with large-scale mining operations where heat management is a major consideration.
2) The PCB uses a conformal coating to prevent damage from high voltage spark discharges on MOS pins, or near high-pressure solder joints when external conductive particles or dust enter the PSU.
3) The APW3-12-1600 can work stably in environments with a 50°C ambient temperature. If temperatures exceed 50°C, the PSU should be underclocked (refer to Max Load vs. Ambient Temperature Graph in the user guide for details). Considering the high temperature in mining operations, all internal components are selected with a standard of 105°C, so the APW3-12-1600 has a much longer lifespan than a general use PSU under similar high temperatures.
4) The APW3-12-1600-B2 uses a PCI-E connector which is compatible with currently available ATX PSUs, as well as most bitcoin mining machines.One APW3-12-1600 is enough to power two AntMiner S5s at the same time.

The high power efficiency translates to big cost savings -- if one uses a secondhand general use PSU running at 83% efficiency, when compared to the APW3-12-1600 running at 93.8% efficiency, assuming an electricity cost of $0.10 per kWh, a user could save more than $150 USD per year in power fees.

2. Electronic Parameters:
http://i.imgur.com/7wEBQDm.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/7PUxbVC.png
a good day, I wanted to ask if I can use the APM3-12-1600 PSU to power the GPU unit. Thank you
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May 01, 2018, 04:09:39 AM
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S4+ sales must be terrible if your resorting to this.  Maybe you should lower the S4+ price and we would buy them. 

One of the main reasons why Bitmain succeeded in earning is that they were able to raise their Antminer's prices together with rising bitcoin prices, while maintaining the cost of production unchanged. When the bitcoin is down though, they have already set the price level that they cannot decrease.
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