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MicroBT Whatsminer M30S++


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MicroBT Whatsminer M30S++
MicroBT Whatsminer M30S++ is a SHA256 ASIC miner using 16nm chips manufactured by MicroBT. According to the manufacturer, it mines 30 TH/s at 1950 Watt (0.25 Joule per GH). The machine was introduced in February 2018 with the price of 1599 Dollar or 1199 Euro (excluding VAT) and is available through resellers for most countries. Shipping time may vary between 5-20 days depending on location. There are no customs duties though some exceptions may apply in some countries including Australia. Sometimes there are coupons/discount codes which can be used on top of these prices bringing them below the [original] list price.


Whatsminer M30S++ Specifications
Chip type: SHA256 16nm ASIC Chip
Hashrate: ~30 TH/s
Power consumption: 1950 Watt (exact value TBD)
Power efficiency: 0.25 J/GH
Dimensions 440 x 300 x 150mm
Weight: 8kg
Cooling: Air cooled
Controller: Raspberry Pi (Pi3 recommended)
Network port: Ethernet Cable Included, USB Cable NOT included


Whatsminer M30S++ Setup
The Whatsminer M30S++ comes without an Ethernet cable, so you have to supply one yourself. The miner contains a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B motherboard with 2GB of RAM and an SD-Card slot for storage which will be used as the hard drive. Since this machine may mine 30 TH/s it is recommended to use at least a 100/100MBit connection though it might work with slower connections as well.


UPS or Battery Backup
Since power outages happen often in some areas (and the electricity grid is getting worse) it is suggested to use an Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) which can help even if there are short power outages lasting less than a minute. The Whatsminer M30S++ should handle power outages up to 15 seconds without any issues and possibly minutes depending on the UPS used.


Whatsminer recommends using a 1000 watt PSU with 10x PCIe cables to support this miner. You can also use other brands as long as it is compatible with ASIC miners according to the manufacturer’s specs. Since this machine only has one hashing board, you would need at least an ATX 4 pin to 2 x 6+2-pin PCIe power cable. Also make sure that the overall combined amperage from all of these cables does not exceed 80% of your PSU’s max capability or lower than 9 amps if you are using a 12 amp PSU for example.


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