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September 20, 2018, 09:39:17 PM
Last edit: September 23, 2018, 12:36:09 PM by HagssFIN
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(Review/Guide) WhatsMiner M10 33.0 Th/s, 2145W Bitcoin (SHA-256) ASIC miner


Click to show a high resolution image. Picture copyright (c) Pangolinminer.com website.

1) General information, other items needed
2) Unpacking
3) Overview
4) Installation
5) Configuration
6) Performance test
7) Conclusion
8] How to order
9) Video review by philipma1957


Last updated in: September 23, 2018.

Nicely formatted version (September 23, 2018) is available for download here (Mega.nz cloud service):
https://mega.nz/#!0kljyJ4T!JwpQiDsLBLU8oDIYL1KSkk6Nv8thJ2l_FsKJAHqAgwM

1) General information, other items needed
(top)
WhatsMiner M10 is a Bitcoin (SHA-256) ASIC miner using 16nm ASIC chip technology,
manufactured by Shenzhen Bit Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. (headquarters in Shenzhen, China).
They are also known short as MicroBT.

They have a overseas distribution partner that is called Team Pangolinminer.
This unit was received as a sample unit from Team Pangolinminer for this review.
Team Pangolinminer: www.pangolinminer.com  This is a ref. link.

WhatsMiner M10 is a standalone miner with a built-in controller board, like the previous WhatsMiner models.
You don't need a separate controller unit to run it.

This new miner has a new 16nm BTC ASIC chip. The exact model name for this ASIC chip is QA1800.
It provides the miner a very competitive nominal power efficiency, 0.065 J per Gh/s.

The miner comes with a built-in power supply unit, like the previous WhatsMiner model.
The new power supply unit is called WhatsPower P10.
It has max. 2250 Watt power capacity and it is able to work with mains voltage from 176 to 264 VAC.
This miner won't work in a 110-120 VAC mains voltage system.

There are many improvements in the miner design compared to the previous model,
especially a huge improvement in the miner performance and efficiency.

According to the official technical specifications,
the nominal hashrate is 33.0 Th/s with a nominal power consumption of 2145 Watts.

It weights 8.55 kg and outer dimensions are 390 mm (L) x 130 mm (W) x 220mm (H).

Technical specifications:
Code:
WhatsMiner M10

Hash rate: 33.0 Th/s (+-5%)
Power consumption: 2145 W (+-10%)
Power efficiency: 0.065 J / Gh/s
AC voltage input for the power supply: 176 - 264 VAC
DC voltage input for the miner: 12.0-12.5 VDC
ASIC chip type: QA1800 (16nm SHA-256 ASIC chip)
ASIC chip quantity per hash board: 105 chips
Number of hash boards per unit (miner): 3 hash boards
ASIC chip quantity per unit: 315 chips
Cooling: 2x 120 mm x 38 mm 12 VDC 2.8 A fan, model: KZ12038B012X (front and back, in a push-pull configuration).
Weight: 8.55 kg
Dimensions: 390 mm (L) x 130 mm (W) x 220mm (H)
Working temperature: -5℃  -  40℃
Warranty time: 180 days after shipment

Other items needed:
  • C13 power cord suitable to your country's electrical socket.
    Make sure that it is a good quality one and able to handle the over 2kW load
  • Ethernet cable to go to your router/switch
  • Computer to set initial pool and configuration settings.

2) Unpacking (top)
After the agreement with Team Pangolinminer for this review
and the sample unit was made, the delivery was quite quick.
This miner was sent from Hong Kong in September 12
and it arrived my place in Finland in April 17.
DHL was the courier used in this shipment.

The packaging style is 'the market standard'.
The miner is inside a plastic bag. Then there is a custom shaped pieces of foam.
And then this set is inside a cardboard box.
There is no extra space inside the cardboard box, which is of course a good thing,
because the goods might get damaged if they could move inside the box.

All in all the packaging design is good.

Inside the box you can find the miner with the built-in power supply unit
and also a C13 to Type I power cord (3x1.5mm2 wiring, good amp rating).
Unfortunately I personally need a Type F ('schuko') plug in the power socket end,
but it is no problem since I already had one ready for use.

Here is a bunch of images to show some details:


Packaging material. Click to show a high resolution image. Pictures taken by HagssFIN.

3) Overview (top)
Next you will be provided with a nice set of images showing both the miner and the built-in power supply unit.







Click to show a high resolution image. Pictures taken by HagssFIN.

4) Installation (top)
The installation is a very simple process.
Because there is a built-in power supply unit,
you don't have to install the power supply yourself.

You need to connect the Ethernet cable to your miner
and the other end of the cable to the router/switch device.

And then you need a good quality C13 power cord which fits into your electrical power socket.
Please make sure that it is able to handle the over 2kW power continuous load.

The miner has network settings set to the DHCP mode as a default
and the miner will acquire an IP address automatically from the router.
You can find out the IP address fairly easy by accessing your router
configuration page IP address list or by using a suitable software for it.

There is also an official IP found program called "WhatsMinerTool".
This program makes it possible for you to use the miner IP found function
and figure out the miner IP address.

WhatsMinerTool User Guide & Software:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XthbZPFc0S-FvMi9MqpLOJlUaFAc4auW

As soon as we know the miner IP address, we can move to the next chapter, Configuration.

There are also some tutorial videos,  which you can use for more help.
Note: the tutorial video below is for the M3X, but most of the instructions also apply with the new M10 model.

WhatsMiner M10 introduction video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mSMVUtZ0Q8

WhatsMiner M3 tutorial video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-Cj3QckFnI

5) Configuration (top)
First thing you need to do, is to access the miner web configuration page
by filling the miner IP address in to your web browser's address field.

Then you must fill the credentials to login.
The username is root and the password is root by default.


Login screen. Click to show a high resolution image.

Now it is time to setup the mining pool settings.
You need to go through menus and find the Cgminer configuration page.
Click the drop down list and click 'custom'.

Now you are able to setup any pool address of your own choice.
You can set this miner to mine any SHA-256d algorithm based cryptocurrency in any mining pool of your choice.
This miner is not using the AsicBoost.

You can insert settings for three different pools, the pools have a following priority order: Pool 1> Pool 2 > Pool 3.
So if the first pool dies for some reason, the miner will automatically continue mining with the second pool.


Cgminer configuration page. Click to show a high resolution image.

Miner hash board frequency and cooling fan settings are automatic, there is no possibility to have your custom settings.

When you have all the settings ready, you can press 'Save & Apply'.

Then you can go through menus and click 'Reboot' to reboot the miner.

The startup process for the miner takes some time as it goes through the hash board frequency settings,
much like the S9 miner does, for example.

So you need patience when you start up this machine and
there is no need to be worried even though the numbers may look weird at first

After the startup process is ready, the miner automatically restarts the Cgminer
and after that the miner really starts to do the mining work.
You should now see the miner working at about 33 Th/s hash rate.


Miner status page. Click to show a high resolution image.

There are also pages for the system log and Cgminer API log.

By reading the log texts you are able to see specific details about the miner operation
and this kind of information is really helpful in case you need to do some troubleshooting.

These following screenshot images will demonstrate rest of the pages available in the miner web configuration
and this image set should provide you a good overview on the miner web configuration page.


System log and Cgminer API log. Click to show a high resolution image.


System status and System properties. Click to show a high resolution image.


Administration page and Interfaces page. Click to show a high resolution image.


Miner log page. Click to show a high resolution image.


Processes page and Reboot page. Click to show a high resolution image.

6) Performance test (top)
After all the settings were set properly, it was of course time to test the miner.
When the miner was ready with the startup process, the hash rate rose to 33 - 34 Th/s area.
The average hash rate with my unit after one day was close to 34.2 Th/s.

Here is the miner status page view after one day of mining.


Miner status page. Click to show a high resolution image.

As usual, the power measurement was done with Perel E305EM6-G energy meter.

Technical specs data sheet (.pdf document):
https://www.perel.eu/downloads/22/e305em6e305em6ggbnlfresdptpl.pdf


Perel E305EM6-G. Click to show a high resolution image. Picture taken by HagssFIN.


Power measurement. Click to show a high resolution image. Picture taken by HagssFIN.

A stable result for the power consumption at wall was 2280 W,
and the average hash rate after one day of mining was 34.18 Th/s.

With these results we can calculate the power efficiency at wall.

2280 / 34180 = 0.0667 J  per  Gh/s.

7) Conclusion (top)
WhatsMiner M10 is a very efficient piece of gear in the currect Bitcoin ASIC miner hardware market
and they did it with 16nm process node tech, where as the competition is having trouble to achieve the same with smaller process node.

The power consumption is quite high as with the previous models,
but the cooling design is good and I haven't had any heat issues with my unit so far.
There are big sized heat sinks with high rev cooling fans
and the miner doesn't get too hot unless you have some crazy hot environment.
This is a very loud miner as most of the modern ASIC miners are,
and you don't want to have this with you in the bed room.

The miner price per hash rate could be a little more competitive at the moment,
when you consider the current situation in the bitcoin mining.

This machine performed just as advertised and a little better,
I got an average hash rate of 34.18 Th/s and the nominal rate is 33.0 Th/s (+-5%).

All in all I think that this miner is a great improvement in the WhatsMiner series.

I would like to thank Team Pangolinminer and Laurent, for giving this miner as a sample unit
and for the chance for me to do another WhatsMiner review here at the forum.

If you got any questions you'd like to ask, feel free to drop them in this thread.
I will try to give my best answer.

8] How to order (top)
Shenzhen Bit Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.  a.k.a. MicroBT has an official website in which you can make an order.

Website: www.microbt.com


They also have official distributor partners for overseas sales.
See more details at the overseas distribution partner Team Pangolinminer website.

Website: www.pangolinminer.com  This is a ref. link.


9) Video review by philipma1957 (top)
I have multiple videos on this unit on  you tube.

unboxing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dY5-eLuQYA

running

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7N4YphoaCI


with sound proofing and a db meter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuPXBR4Zi_U&t=3s


Please go here to see my gear's  pool results


http://mmpool.org/statistics

Estimated Payout

Rank   Id   DGM Estimate   PPS   Shares   Rate (MHash/s)
1   06ae84f6   2.47135566   0.00000000   580,082,921,328   37,932,388
2   a5d78fff   6.86130884   0.00000000   130,161,014,576   0
3   c932f3ed   0.42369032   0.00000000   83,452,123,577   0
4   2d0ba29d   0.41592150   0.00000000   76,255,676,391   18,737,453

5   71602a00   0.42911703   0.00000000   40,068,500,221   33,545,470 here is my miner the m10

I also mined it on ckpool.org and would show a little higher about 34.4



http://ckpool.org/users/16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr

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 "hashrate1m": "16.5T",
 "hashrate5m": "16.8T",
 "hashrate1hr": "16.6T",
 "hashrate1d": "22.8T",
 "hashrate7d": "49.8T",
 "lastshare": 1537482411,
 "workers": 2,
 "shares": 3568674454,
 "bestshare": 1310782468.0,
 "lns": 15186711710.88827,
 "luck": 1.01,
 "accumulated": 0.0,
 "postponed": 0,
 "herp": 15262936743.86358,
 "derp": 0.00541567,
 "worker": [
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   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "1.53G",
   "hashrate7d": "13.7T",
   "lastshare": 1536501801,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 5569183018.302705,
   "luck": 1.02,
   "herp": 5663491194.108015
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.1",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "168K",
   "lastshare": 1526490811,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 44940.20947333366,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 44790.46287654358
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.3",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "553",
   "hashrate7d": "326G",
   "lastshare": 1535406378,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 194288284.8717296,
   "luck": 1.01,
   "herp": 195298293.9658007
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.4",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "174K",
   "lastshare": 1526490864,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 47222.92655935259,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 46912.05287448452
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.2",
   "hashrate1m": "16.5T",
   "hashrate5m": "16.8T",
   "hashrate1hr": "16.2T",
   "hashrate1d": "15.8T",
   "hashrate7d": "15.6T",
   "lastshare": 1537482411,
   "shares": 1500033472,
   "bestshare": 707800330.0,
   "lns": 4089375147.846632,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 4077826971.504508
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.6",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "3.58K",
   "lastshare": 1524402423,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 10443.504100507,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 10388.94196551085
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.100",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "1.11K",
   "lastshare": 1524935636,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 779.6702822562592,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 771.4182643056706
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.Av841",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "16.8K",
   "lastshare": 1525982483,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 4894.869740461829,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 4858.863561172509
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.turbo1",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "2",
   "hashrate7d": "62.4G",
   "lastshare": 1534952763,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 41379831.8526477,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 41208496.34805906
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.T2Turbo",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "446G",
   "hashrate1d": "2.66T",
   "hashrate7d": "8.59T",
   "lastshare": 1537468216,
   "shares": 193836236,
   "bestshare": 218091951.0,
   "lns": 2832036975.010963,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 2829699652.617103
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.m10",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "4.34T",
   "hashrate7d": "11.5T",
   "lastshare": 1537306574,
   "shares": 1874804746,
   "bestshare": 1310782468.0,
   "lns": 2460340171.907783,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 2455304413.665182
  }
 ]
}
 

see bold for the m10 it is at zero because sadly I only have 1 unit.

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Last edit: September 22, 2018, 01:22:48 AM by frodocooper
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I have multiple videos on this unit on  you tube.

unboxing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dY5-eLuQYA

running

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7N4YphoaCI

with sound proofing and a db meter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuPXBR4Zi_U&t=3s

Please go here to see my gear's  pool results

http://mmpool.org/statistics

Estimated Payout

Rank   Id   DGM Estimate   PPS   Shares   Rate (MHash/s)
1   06ae84f6   2.47135566   0.00000000   580,082,921,328   37,932,388
2   a5d78fff   6.86130884   0.00000000   130,161,014,576   0
3   c932f3ed   0.42369032   0.00000000   83,452,123,577   0
4   2d0ba29d   0.41592150   0.00000000   76,255,676,391   18,737,453

5   71602a00   0.42911703   0.00000000   40,068,500,221   33,545,470 here is my miner the m10

I also mined it on ckpool.org and would show a little higher about 34.4

http://ckpool.org/users/16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr

Code:
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 "hashrate1m": "16.5T",
 "hashrate5m": "16.8T",
 "hashrate1hr": "16.6T",
 "hashrate1d": "22.8T",
 "hashrate7d": "49.8T",
 "lastshare": 1537482411,
 "workers": 2,
 "shares": 3568674454,
 "bestshare": 1310782468.0,
 "lns": 15186711710.88827,
 "luck": 1.01,
 "accumulated": 0.0,
 "postponed": 0,
 "herp": 15262936743.86358,
 "derp": 0.00541567,
 "worker": [
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "1.53G",
   "hashrate7d": "13.7T",
   "lastshare": 1536501801,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 5569183018.302705,
   "luck": 1.02,
   "herp": 5663491194.108015
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.1",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "168K",
   "lastshare": 1526490811,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 44940.20947333366,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 44790.46287654358
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.3",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "553",
   "hashrate7d": "326G",
   "lastshare": 1535406378,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 194288284.8717296,
   "luck": 1.01,
   "herp": 195298293.9658007
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.4",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "174K",
   "lastshare": 1526490864,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 47222.92655935259,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 46912.05287448452
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.2",
   "hashrate1m": "16.5T",
   "hashrate5m": "16.8T",
   "hashrate1hr": "16.2T",
   "hashrate1d": "15.8T",
   "hashrate7d": "15.6T",
   "lastshare": 1537482411,
   "shares": 1500033472,
   "bestshare": 707800330.0,
   "lns": 4089375147.846632,
   "luck": 1.0,
   "herp": 4077826971.504508
  },
  {
   "workername": "16yLHLoeyuCLPMXkVpC3gyrRYvwRGwjKJr.6",
   "hashrate1m": "0",
   "hashrate5m": "0",
   "hashrate1hr": "0",
   "hashrate1d": "0",
   "hashrate7d": "3.58K",
   "lastshare": 1524402423,
   "shares": 0,
   "bestshare": 0.0,
   "lns": 10443.504100507,
   "luck": 0.99,
   "herp": 10388.94196551085
  },
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see bottom for the m10 it is at zero because sadly I only have 1 unit.

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Thanks for joining me Phil. Smiley

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Thanks for joining me Phil. Smiley

please get us in line for the m10s Grin

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I am trying to get on this bandwagon too. My friend that is a bulk buyer got his hands on 1 today but bulk seems to be the best route to get them fast and at a good price.

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There is now also a .pdf document version available:

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I am really impressed by the M10 being on the 16nm process node.  Ever since they released the specifications been waiting for a review.  For myself it really reinforces the idea that being first to market on 7nm is not the right move.  If there is this much efficiency to be wringed out of 16nm then it would be best to take the time to optimize a full custom ASIC on 7nm.
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I am really impressed by the M10 being on the 16nm process node.  Ever since they released the specifications been waiting for a review.  For myself it really reinforces the idea that being first to market on 7nm is not the right move.  If there is this much efficiency to be wringed out of 16nm then it would be best to take the time to optimize a full custom ASIC on 7nm.

Well the M10  I have does 68 to 70 watts a th  34500 at 2350 watts = 68.1 watts a th or damn!

And they now are talking about a 44th and a 55th m10s  all 16nm  truly impressive engineering.

My temps are really good in a 86f room fans are  5000-5100 rpm  boards are 73-73-75

I would like a lessor speed just for the ability to have  safety from a hot room  like 95f

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Well the M10  I have does 68 to 70 watts a th  34500 at 2350 watts = 68.1 watts a th or damn!

And they now are talking about a 44th and a 55th m10s  all 16nm  truly impressive engineering.

My temps are really good in a 86f room fans are  5000-5100 rpm  boards are 73-73-75

I would like a lessor speed just for the ability to have  safety from a hot room  like 95f

Do they give any info on the firmware or a github. If so I can probably make it happen like I did for the S9/i/j

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Great review and write up. They are definitely a company to watch. As it is I could put 3 of these in to replace everything I'm running and and just about double my TH/s

Crazy doing this on 16nm. Hopefully sales go well and they can get their hands on some 7nm.

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To bad market isn't dictating the pricing their retailers, sorry "distributors" are sell these at. Fun to see them in action and the asic competition is fierce to. Great work HF, I sent links to both yours and philips thread to a few manufacturers in hope to draw some new units your way.

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To bad market isn't dictating the pricing their retailers, sorry "distributors" are sell these at. Fun to see them in action and the asic competition is fierce to. Great work HF, I sent links to both yours and philips thread to a few manufacturers in hope to draw some new units your way.

and I just saw the announcement on ebang miner better on paper then this one. 45 watts a th at the wall 44th

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Whatsminer.net says this "Dimension: 13.38″ x 7.87″ x 6.69″ / 34cm x 20cm x 17cm"
Microbt says this "390 mm (L): 130 mm (L): 220 mm (A)"

HaggsFIN or anyone that have it could please measure the total height of this gear? Including the psu.

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and I just saw the announcement on ebang miner better on paper then this one. 45 watts a th at the wall 44th

Ebang is known for over-promising and under delivering. I got a long email chain with them from before but they seem more true to their word on this one. Time will tell and I think my email chain is getting my a front row seat to maybe getting my hands on on early since they know me on the forums. I might have to join this review bandwagon boys haha.

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Whatsminer.net says this "Dimension: 13.38″ x 7.87″ x 6.69″ / 34cm x 20cm x 17cm"
Microbt says this "390 mm (L): 130 mm (L): 220 mm (A)"

HaggsFIN or anyone that have it could please measure the total height of this gear? Including the psu.

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Hi!

MicroBT has it right.

Please see the technical specifications in my opening post.

I have checked and confirmed it,
those are the right dimensions.

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Seems like a great unit. I am though waiting to see what Bitmain will come out with. 7nm, should be impressive.

or not..

many of their chips are not the leaders in efficiency .

They sell cheap gear cheap prices  been this way for a while in btc miners.

The thing is  if they put out a 30th at 2400 watts and sell it at  800-1000 it kills off everyone.

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Well the M10  I have does 68 to 70 watts a th  34500 at 2350 watts = 68.1 watts a th or damn!

And they now are talking about a 44th and a 55th m10s  all 16nm  truly impressive engineering.

My temps are really good in a 86f room fans are  5000-5100 rpm  boards are 73-73-75

I would like a lessor speed just for the ability to have  safety from a hot room  like 95f

When you say they are talking about 44th etc, do you mean Pangolin is talking about putting out M10s with those outputs?
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MicroBT is the manufacturer.

They say that the M10S can do 55 Th/s hash rate with 65 W per Th/s power efficiency
or 44 Th/s hash rate with 60 W per Th/s power efficiency.

So I suppose there are two different modes you can choose.

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MicroBT is the manufacturer.

They say that the M10S can do 55 Th/s hash rate with 65 W per Th/s power efficiency
or 44 Th/s hash rate with 60 W per Th/s power efficiency.

So I suppose there are two different modes you can choose.

thanks for the clarification, so it would be a potential firmware modification or something. I was getting ready to order one since I'm not feeling the Antminer s15.
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Yeah I think they might have two different performance options available in the GUI.

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