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ZigMiner Z1 Pro Miner Mining Tutorial

ZigMiner Z1 Pro Miner Mining Tutorial This tutorial is suitable for ZigMiner Z1 Pro miner. ZigMiner Z1 Pro is a miner that supports the Lyra2rev2 algorithm and supports XVG, MONA, VTC currency mining. It has a hash rate of up to 13.0GH/s and a power consumption of 1500w. Miner specifications Brand Dayun ZigMiner Z1 Pro Models 13.0 GH/s @ 1500w Hash rate 13.0 GH/s ± 10% Power Consumption 1500w ± 10% Algorithm Lyra2REV2 Supported Coins XVG, MONA, VTC etc. 6PIN Connectors 6PIN * 17 PSU No integrated PSU. A PSU > 1500w with 6PIN * 17 needed In this article, we will use NiceHash for Lyra2rev2 mining. Network settings The default IP of the miner is Therefore, when connecting to the Internet, you will need: · Make sure your router's IP address is "". If not, change your router's IP address to "" · Make sure no other device occupies the miner's default IP address ( If it is occupied, you will not log in to

Whatsminer ZYNQ control board firmware burning tutorial

Whatsminer ZYNQ control board firmware burning tutorial 1. Unzip Win32DiskImager-0.9.5-binary, as shown in the figure: 2. Insert the card reader equipped with the memory card, and then run the Win32DiskImager application after decompression, as shown in the figure: 3. After running, the following interface will be displayed: 4. Click the icon of the folder, select the image with the "zynq" identifier in the SD card image, and then click Open to import it into Win32DiskImager, as shown in the following figure: 5. Go back to the Win32DiskImager interface, and click "Write" to burn the card; 6. After the card is burned successfully, the following interface will pop up: So far, the SD card of the ZYNQ control board has been completed. 7. Burn; after the SD card is made, you can prepare the firmware for burning. First, power off the miner, take out the control board from the case box, jump the jumper between JP1 and JP2 of the control board to VCC, set the firmware versi

Bit Express 21T R1 Miner Evaluation

Bit Express 21T R1 Miner Evaluation Bit Express is a new army of miners developed by an internationally renowned investment company with the world's third-largest mobile phone chip company. TSMC's pipeline produces the chips. The following is a test of the use of Bit Express R1 miners. Bit Express R1 official parameters: Hash rate: 21T/S (±5%) Power consumption: 1300 W (±5%) Algorithm: SHA256 Power consumption ratio: 62W/TH AC input range: 176V-264Vac Chip: A1000 12nm chip Size: 447.3*150.3*270.4mm Weight: 8.2KG (net weight); 9.4KG (with power cord and packing box) Network Connection: Ethernet Heat dissipation: 1*14038 fan Noise: 71dB Operating environment: working temperature (0℃~40℃), working humidity (5%RH~95%RH), non-condensing. Miner appearance The body shell is made of aluminum alloy precision die-casting design, which can provide vital protection for the Hash board and improve the heat dissipation efficiency. Integrated design, easy to transport and put on the shelf. Min

How to repair the common faults of Whatsminer M20S hash board?

How to repair the common faults of the Whatsminer M20S hash board? This article will analyze the failure of the M20S hash board test log from the following aspects: Fault 1: The number of reports of single-board test chips is incomplete Test log phenomenon: The test log shows that the RST signal of the hash board is normal, the temperature sensor is normal, and the SN code is normal, but the number of ASIC chips is not complete. Normally, 105 chips should be found, but only 73 chips were actually found. Cause analysis: "The number of single-board test chips is incomplete" indicates that the power supply unit of the Hash board is normal. Therefore, you can check the voltage of the RXD, TXD, and CLK signals and then find the faulty chip. Check method: 1. Measure the RXD signal voltage (the RXD signal voltage is transmitted from the first chip to the last chip); its signal voltage usually is 1.8V. Generally, the investigation starts from the RXD signal of the first and last chip

Baikal MINI X11 ASIC Miner Mining Tutorial

Baikal MINI X11 ASIC Miner Mining Tutorial The Baikal MINI X11 ASIC miner is compact and has an efficiency ratio of 150MH/40 W. Miner specifications Brand Baikal Mini X11 Miner Hash Rate 150 MH/s ± 5% Power Consumption 40W Cooling 1 * fan Network Connection Ethernet PSU NO PSU included. It needs a 12V5A Switching Power Adapter as PSU (Plug specifications: Outer Diameter 5.5mm; Inner Diameter 2.5mm). A “6pin to DC” convert cable is included. PSU Recommend 12V5A Switching Power Adapter In this tutorial, we will use the mining pool to explain the miner mining tutorial for you. PSU preparation The miner has no built-in power supply; you need extra preparation. It is recommended to use Miner 12V5A switching power adapter; the interface type is an outer diameter of 5.5mm; an inner diameter of 2.5mm. Miner connection · LAN port on the same router to which the miner and computer are connected. · This is the miner you received. · There are Ethernet ports, power connection ports, and