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Author Topic: Innosilicon releases A9 Zmaster 50ksol/s Equihash miner at 620W  (Read 44890 times)
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August 18, 2018, 10:38:49 PM
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random question!

how many units are coming on September in total?

by how much the difficulty will increase?


Thank you

Who knows. There will be a lot! I think profit will drastically crash since there are several companies releasing Equihash miners.
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August 20, 2018, 10:37:05 AM
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Hi guys.
Can i config innosilicon A9 for nicehash ? If yes what firmware i need to do that.
Please help.
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August 20, 2018, 02:52:19 PM
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Hello guys
              I have FF D18 home silent dcr miner, this miner has no website, I want to upgrade firmware,  anyone know about new firmware, how do I get please
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August 20, 2018, 04:41:46 PM
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Hello guys
              I have FF D18 home silent dcr miner, this miner has no website, I want to upgrade firmware,  anyone know about new firmware, how do I get please

If you're looking for some other salient response, you're definitely in the wrong place.  It's unlikely you'll get anything useful here.

Perhaps try: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=160.0

Good luck.
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August 20, 2018, 04:55:53 PM
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I found weird thing on A9.

If you leave webpage open to miner, productivity for miner will be lower... Maybe because web-server is using a lot resources? I found with Nicehash, if web-page to miner opened it disconnects miner from pool very often.

Has anyone been successful in disabling or changing the timed, auto-logoff feature from the html interface?  Frustrating to say the least.

Perhaps if anyone has a suggestion on where the logout variable might be found in a configuration file somewhere?
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August 21, 2018, 03:57:35 PM
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Just wanted to report my findings on NanoPool, as I haven’t seen any other anecdotes.
Averaging 52Ksol to 54Ksol.
Running “Balanced”.

Much higher hashrate than FlyPool where I’m seeing 8-9% HW errors.






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August 21, 2018, 09:18:54 PM
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Just wanted to report my findings on NanoPool, as I haven’t seen any other anecdotes.
Averaging 52Ksol to 54Ksol.
Running “Balanced”.
Much higher hashrate than FlyPool where I’m seeing 8-9% HW errors.

I've done ZEN on zhash.pro (good experience), ZEC on flypool (minimal rejects and good experience), ZEC on dwarfpool (massive rejects), and am right now doing ZEN on luckpool with a 52-54 kSol average and 0% rejects. I've played with mining a single coin at a single pool, and also using Awesome Miner to profit switch between dwarfpool and luckpool.

My struggle so far with profit switching is a) finding good pools that have solid hash power going and that have proportional payouts, and b) losing a bit of time while the miner ramps up after a switch. The more you switch, the more time you lose. The less you switch, the less benefit you get from the profit switching method. Additionally, dealing with three different coins complicates my own calculations of daily efficiency and profitability versus just one and done.

I'm always happy to try out possible better options - what is the URL and port you're using for an ASIC on nanopool?
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August 22, 2018, 02:34:00 AM
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Should we trust them ?

https://i.imgur.com/ApmW9C2.jpg
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August 22, 2018, 03:16:18 AM
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Should we trust them ?



I hope so, the T2T had a firmware update about a week after most units shipping. With anything I would always report issues to manufacturer, especially on new items.

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Just wanted to report my findings on NanoPool, as I haven’t seen any other anecdotes.
Averaging 52Ksol to 54Ksol.
Running “Balanced”.
Much higher hashrate than FlyPool where I’m seeing 8-9% HW errors.

I've done ZEN on zhash.pro (good experience), ZEC on flypool (minimal rejects and good experience), ZEC on dwarfpool (massive rejects), and am right now doing ZEN on luckpool with a 52-54 kSol average and 0% rejects. I've played with mining a single coin at a single pool, and also using Awesome Miner to profit switch between dwarfpool and luckpool.

My struggle so far with profit switching is a) finding good pools that have solid hash power going and that have proportional payouts, and b) losing a bit of time while the miner ramps up after a switch. The more you switch, the more time you lose. The less you switch, the less benefit you get from the profit switching method. Additionally, dealing with three different coins complicates my own calculations of daily efficiency and profitability versus just one and done.

I'm always happy to try out possible better options - what is the URL and port you're using for an ASIC on nanopool?


0.8% rejects on port 6666
Solid 54Ksol.
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August 22, 2018, 06:50:15 AM
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Just wanted to report my findings on NanoPool, as I haven’t seen any other anecdotes.
Averaging 52Ksol to 54Ksol.
Running “Balanced”.
Much higher hashrate than FlyPool where I’m seeing 8-9% HW errors.

I've done ZEN on zhash.pro (good experience), ZEC on flypool (minimal rejects and good experience), ZEC on dwarfpool (massive rejects), and am right now doing ZEN on luckpool with a 52-54 kSol average and 0% rejects. I've played with mining a single coin at a single pool, and also using Awesome Miner to profit switch between dwarfpool and luckpool.

My struggle so far with profit switching is a) finding good pools that have solid hash power going and that have proportional payouts, and b) losing a bit of time while the miner ramps up after a switch. The more you switch, the more time you lose. The less you switch, the less benefit you get from the profit switching method. Additionally, dealing with three different coins complicates my own calculations of daily efficiency and profitability versus just one and done.

I'm always happy to try out possible better options - what is the URL and port you're using for an ASIC on nanopool?


0.8% rejects on port 6666
Solid 54Ksol.
How much you get in BTC/Day?
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August 22, 2018, 08:45:04 AM
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Thanks qu1ck!
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August 22, 2018, 09:30:26 AM
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Nicehash pays me 0.007 btc each a9 today, and 0.0075 yesterday. Profit is going down so fast.
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August 23, 2018, 05:21:24 PM
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Code:
curl 192.168.1.194:4028 -m 2 -o c:\asic\tmp.txt
echo Error Code: %errorlevel%

if %loopcount% leq %RetryCount% (

if %errorlevel% == 0 (
echo Miner 192.168.1.194 Success %date% at %time% >> C:\asic\Internet.txt
echo Success! Curl Command returned a response.
goto :End
) else (

echo Miner 192.168.1.194 No Response...



1 miner went down and was reset. Using curl in a Windows Batch(bat) file worked for frozen testing as I'd hoped.

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August 25, 2018, 05:43:32 AM
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i would like for someone to please tell me how much noise this baby is making. i really would like to get at least 1 but i need to know how loud it is. i can't stand to much noise in my apartment Smiley
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August 25, 2018, 05:53:31 AM
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i would like for someone to please tell me how much noise this baby is making. i really would like to get at least 1 but i need to know how loud it is. i can't stand to much noise in my apartment Smiley

Depends on settings and fan speed. At 650w draw I'd hope only 60 db's stock. We never got a testing unit or even a temporary demo. Besides the Bogo split we never were able touch anything but the cardboard boxes for these for our buyers.

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August 25, 2018, 09:03:54 AM
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Hola a todos,
alguno me puede decir si se puede hacer overclok a esta maquina?
Saludos
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August 25, 2018, 10:18:20 AM
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i would like for someone to please tell me how much noise this baby is making. i really would like to get at least 1 but i need to know how loud it is. i can't stand to much noise in my apartment Smiley

They only draw 620W so if you have a spare PSU lying around use that and it'll be very quiet.  The provided Innosilicon PSUs are very loud, the actual miner itself is quiet though.
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August 25, 2018, 11:21:04 AM
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i would like for someone to please tell me how much noise this baby is making. i really would like to get at least 1 but i need to know how loud it is. i can't stand to much noise in my apartment Smiley

They only draw 620W so if you have a spare PSU lying around use that and it'll be very quiet.  The provided Innosilicon PSUs are very loud, the actual miner itself is quiet though.
ok..this is something..but has anyone put it to work and measured the sound levels? i would for sure use another psu if their sounds like a helicopter. 60 db is ok if this is true.
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August 25, 2018, 08:07:35 PM
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How to adjust fan speed to 30% or 35% ..

Help me out please..

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