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November 02, 2013, 05:28:58 PM
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20V 4.5A

Like the title asks, how many ASIC's would that power, I'm looking to get a 20 port hub and the listin states thats the supply that comes with the unit. If it wont power 20 with room to spare, what kind of PSU would I need to comfortably power 20 ASIC's with room to spare so not to max the PSU and burn it out.

The PSU that comes with it is one you  would expect to see with a laptop so it's go one of those round plug connectors so any PSU replacement would have to have the same input end.

 
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November 02, 2013, 07:19:39 PM
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20V 4.5A

Like the title asks, how many ASIC's would that power, I'm looking to get a 20 port hub and the listin states thats the supply that comes with the unit. If it wont power 20 with room to spare, what kind of PSU would I need to comfortably power 20 ASIC's with room to spare so not to max the PSU and burn it out.

The PSU that comes with it is one you  would expect to see with a laptop so it's go one of those round plug connectors so any PSU replacement would have to have the same input end.

Even tho i am quite new in the mining arena..
From what i could read a Single Asic USB Erupter is about 2.5V // 500ma (these includes Blue Fury too which uses the same power sources)
So a 4.5 Amp = 9 Modules.
*** If its a Laptop kinda power supply, look or the OUTPUT values on it ... input can be 4.5A but output varies.
****Ex: My current laptop module input 1.5A but output 4.5A)

If you are talking about Erupters Blades
Its kinda more complicated
http://www.asic-technologies.com/block-erupter-blades/
Explains a bit about it!
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November 02, 2013, 07:48:01 PM
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/151155337245?_trksid=m570.p2046732.l4766&_trkparms=ga1m%3DT9%26ga2m%3DT13%26ga3m%3DT0%26ga4m%3DT2#ht_1188wt_1170

This is what I was looking at, once you see the power supply you'll know what I meant bout the laptop comment and needing to find a suitable PSU to replace the exisinting one with that would power 20 ASIC's with some head room to spare since maxing out any PSU is bab.

Edit: Not sure I'll be able to find a suitable PSU for that damn thing & I kinda wana get it. Easier than buying multiple hubs and chaining them together all the while rquireing multiple power outlets.

 
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