The legendary powerful 16nm bitcoin miner – Antminer S9 (submodel: 11.85TH/s @ 1172w) is finally in stock! Check out our flashing rating of here.
The AntMiner S9 is Bitmain’s newest version in the AntMiner S9 series. It boasts a state-of-the-art BM1387 custom-made chip using 16nm technology.
There are several submodels of Antminer S9. The submodel we got currently is: 11.85TH/s @ 1172w.
|Model||11.85 TH/s @ 1172w|
|Hash Rate||11.85 TH/s ± 5%|
|Power Consumption||1172W + 12%|
|Fan||2 x fan|
|PSU||NO integrated PSU, need a PSU > 1500w with 6pin x 10.|
- This is the miner you will receive.
- After opening the box(and the bubble wrap), you will see the miner.
- Finally, you will see the miner.
- The miner is a little bit larger than Antminer S7, the size of Antminer S9 is about: 35cm x 13.5cm x 15.8cm.
- However, the Antminer S9 is very likely to the S7. The basic structure of the miner is simple and clear, more practical.
- There is a specifics label on the miner showing the specifics of Antminer S9.
- Taking a closer look, we can see that the covering of the Antminer S9 is metal wiredrawing’s outer. It lets this machine seems on quite the scale.
- The are three hashing boards on the miner, with every board connected to the controller via a signal cable.
- Similar to the Antminer S7, there are ten 6pin ports on the miner for power supply connecting. There are 3 ports on each hashing boards, and one 6pin port on the controller.
- Every 6pin ports are needed for bitcoin mining. We need to connect all the 6pin ports to the PSU when it is used.
- In the front end, there are “Reset”, “Sd card holder” etc.
- The biggest changes of the front end are that there is an SD card holder here. This can be used to start the mining system from the SD card in case that the mining system burn in the controller is broken.
- Test screenshot
- Test for power consumption and noise (Test result: we use the 1600w Antminer PSU in the test. In our test, the power consumption is about 1200w, we think it relates to the efficiency of the PSU)
- Test video: