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Author Topic: GekkoScience Terminus R606 750GH (up to 1TH) quiet miner, now shipping  (Read 6691 times)
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August 28, 2019, 08:34:48 AM
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For those who have tested this miner, can you please tell me at what frequency does it get over-clocked at and how much speed exactly does it provide maximum?

Which mining software (miner basically) works out the best with this one? Which operating system in my PC would fetch the highest speed with least work required? And what is the cost-to-benefit ratio here? I mean when will I break even? Or is it just for the hobbyists? Actually, I wish to start back mining with some old ways and see if it would make me something or cost me more? FYI, electricity here costs me between 10 to 20 cents per kWh and I believe it is somewhat expensive, but I know of a place where I'll need to pay just 1/10th of the actual normal prices.

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August 31, 2019, 10:19:39 AM
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got my device via Bitshopper yesterday.

after some update/upgrade of the pi and a fresh pull from github as adviced in the support link somebody mentioned a few posts ago it's plain plug & play or plug & mine.

Nicely designed piece of hardware aswell, well done!
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August 31, 2019, 11:43:37 AM
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For those who have tested this miner, can you please tell me at what frequency does it get over-clocked at and how much speed exactly does it provide maximum?

Which mining software (miner basically) works out the best with this one? Which operating system in my PC would fetch the highest speed with least work required? And what is the cost-to-benefit ratio here? I mean when will I break even? Or is it just for the hobbyists? Actually, I wish to start back mining with some old ways and see if it would make me something or cost me more? FYI, electricity here costs me between 10 to 20 cents per kWh and I believe it is somewhat expensive, but I know of a place where I'll need to pay just 1/10th of the actual normal prices.

at 2 cents a kwatt  it will cost you 5 cents a day. it will earn about 24 cents a day doing about 1th.  so it will earn 19 cents profit.  if you pay 300.00 usd  in 1600 days  you could break even.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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August 31, 2019, 09:08:49 PM
Last edit: August 31, 2019, 09:55:52 PM by Stryfe
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got mine today - will post some pics (I know, I know everyone has seen this miner already but I always post pics with details when I get a new miner)

I have it connected to my PC via the supplied usb cord and I have it powered by the supplied power brick.

I just dont know how to access it on the pc. Going to read thru this thread now and see if its covered, I am sure it is a simple issue just have to find what to do - I couldnt wait till I had it set up to say I had it though! had to post that right away lol


edit: miner is up and mining. I had some dust (about 10k sats) sitting on zpool so I figured I will use the R606 to first clean out all the dust from various misc pools where I have dust under payout threshold - after that, I will throw it on either kano.is or solo mine on ckpool.

will create a separate thread with all my screenshots and data as it comes available.

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September 04, 2019, 03:50:43 PM
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The compac, or 1pac stick that I won arrived today.

Adding it to the usb hub didn't seem to work and gave errors like "chip not found (0)".
After restarting cgminer the others didn't work either.

After removing all sticks and adding them again the stick(s) worked fine after restarting the miner a last time.

Anther 11GH/s added... you never know where it is good for Wink

Thanks again, Phil!
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September 04, 2019, 03:55:26 PM
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The compac, or 1pac stick that I won arrived today.

Adding it to the usb hub didn't seem to work and gave errors like "chip not found (0)".
After restarting cgminer the others didn't work either.

After removing all sticks and adding them again the stick(s) worked fine after restarting the miner a last time.

Anther 11GH/s added... you never know where it is good for Wink

Thanks again, Phil!

That is good I am glad it works.  I do pre-test them before I send them out.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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