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Canaan Technology Launches New Avalon A13 Series Bitcoin Miners

Canaan Technology Launches New Avalon A13 Series Bitcoin Miners According to the latest news, Canaan Technology announced the launch of the new Bitcoin miner Avalon Made A13 series, including Avalon A1346 and Avalon A1366. Canaan Technology said that the new generation of miners uses advanced ASIC technology, and the A13 series will include two different models. Compared with the 90 to 100TH/s hash rate offered by the A12 series, the A13 series has both hash rate, and energy efficiency has been enhanced. Canaan's CEO said the all-new A13 is a milestone in the company's over-computational energy consumption analysis. The model A1346 has a hash rate of 110 TH/s and an energy efficiency of 30J/TH. Model A1366 has a hash rate of 130TH/s and an energy efficiency of 25J/TH. Comparing the energy efficiency ratio of Bitmain's flagship S19 XP of 21.5 J/TH with that of Bitmain's M50S of 0.026j/Gh, the new series of A1346 is "very competitive" in terms of efficiency at

Antminer S19 Pro and Whatsminer M30S+ performance comparison

Antminer S19 Pro and Whatsminer M30S+ performance comparison

Today, we compared and measured various performance metrics of the latest and most energy-efficient bitcoin mining products, MicroBT’s Whatsminer M30S+ and Bitmain’s Antminer S19 Pro. The more expensive 7nm Bitmain products are more powerful, but the miners are very similar in output. The data shows that Bitmain miners are slightly better than Whatsminer, but Whatsminer seems to have higher stability.
miner appearance comparison

Overview

In this article, we will experiment with both products, running each miner for some time and recording various performance metrics such as hash rate, power consumption, temperature, sound level, and even the airflow speed of the main outlet.
It should be noted that the Whatsminer M30S+ is not the most advanced product of MicroBT.
Miner
Official hash rate (TH/s)
Efficiency (J/TH)
Antminer S19
95
34.5
Antminer S19 Pro
110
29.5
Whatsminer M30S+
100
34.0
Whatsminer M30S++
112
31.0

Hash rate

The S19 Pro reportedly has a hash rate of 110 TH/s, while the Whatsminer M30S+ can reportedly generate 100 TH/s. After the firmware was upgraded to the latest version, the Whatsminer M30S+ achieved an average hash rate of 103.8 TH/s, 3.8% higher than the official website, while the Bitmain S19 Pro reached 110.7 TH/s, 0.6% higher than the fixed network. The graph also shows that Whatsminer miners have achieved a more stable hash rate with significantly less variance than Bitmain products over the same period. We believe this stability is an essential factor in supporting MicroBT.
Differences in hash rate may also be driven by different test environments, such as temperature, etc., which may affect the results.
running compare
The graph below shows each miner’s hash rate as reported by the pool, based on 15 minutes of running data, and therefore has a higher variance.
Hashrate reported by Whatsminer M30S+ pool (TH/s)
M30S+ mining pool hash rate
Antminer S19 Pro mining pool reported hash rate (TH/s)
S19 Pro mining pool hash rate

Energy efficiency

Both products performed well in terms of energy efficiency, in line with official figures. Whatsminer used an average of 34.4 J/TH during this period, which is 1.0% higher than the official website's 34 J/TH. Antminer performed slightly better, with an average usage rate of 29.7 J/TH, 0.6% faster than the official website.
Whatsminer M30S+ mining efficiency (J/TH)
M30S+ mining efficiency
Antminer S19 Pro mining efficiency (J/TH)
S19 Pro mining efficiency
Whatsminer high power mode
The Whatsminer M30S+ also has a "High Power" mode option that averages 109.4 TH/s during miner operation, a significant improvement over the "Normal Power" mode. Of course, this also consumes more power, 3,743 W compared to 3,331 W under normal conditions.
Hashrate (TH/s) reported by Whatsminer M30S+ Pool – high power mode
M30S+ hashrate
In high power mode, the Whatsminer is slightly more energy efficient, with an average efficiency of 34.3 J/TH.
Whatsminer M30S+ mining efficiency (J/TH) – high power mode
M30S+ mining efficiency

Temperature

One of the most notable differences between devices in Bitmain's favor is the average temperature of the miners. We measured the temperature every hour, placing an electronic thermometer 15cm from the main air outlet, and the Antminer averaged 45.9°C, about 10.5°C lower than the Whatsminer. This could be due to the Antminer's lower power consumption or the Antminer's excellent cooling, which has more fans and produces higher airflow speeds.
Miner temperature (°C)
temperature compare
(Note: The temperature measurement is 15cm away from the miner, directly in the airflow outside the main exhaust port)

Sound

We measured the noise level produced by each machine by placing a sound level meter 15 cm from the miner in a direction perpendicular to the main airflow. The Whatsminer produced an average sound of 83.0 dB, while the Antminer was 81.4 dB.
Miner volume (dB)
Miner volume compare
(Note: The sound level meter is placed 15 cm away from the miner, perpendicular to the fan outlet)
Whatsminer M30S+ noise

(Measures the sound level produced by Whatsminer M30S+)

Airspeed

Based on an average of 10 readings, one hour apart, the Antminer averaged 5.2 m/s while the Whatsminer averaged 3.0 m/s.
Miner airflow speed (m/s)
airflow speed
(Note: The wind speed is measured at a distance of 15cm from the miner, directly in the airflow outside the main exhaust port.
Whatsminer M30S+ air velocity
(Measures the air velocity produced by the Whatsminer M30S+)

Start time

One key area where we found Antminer to be stronger is startup time. Based on an average of five attempts, Antminer reaches its target hashrate in about 4 minutes, while Whatsminer takes an average of about 27 minutes to start. However, this may be due to a security feature in Whatsminer.
Time (minutes) for miners to reach their target hash rate
reach the target hash rate time
(Note: Average of five attempts)

In conclusion

The first thing to note is that the Antminer S19 Pro is a better and more energy-efficient machine, at 29.7 J/TH, much lower than Whatsminer's 34.4 J/TH. However, MicroBT has introduced a newer product, the M30S++, which is now on sale, with a reported efficiency of 31.0 J/TH. As for the product itself, based on the data in this report, we can conclude that the two companies are neck and neck, and everyone can choose the miner brand that suits them according to their preferences.

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