Bitmain introduced Antminer L3 series at the end of 2016, which adopted the self-developed Litecoin chip BM1485. Antminer L3 series include three versions up to now: Antminer L3 (Hashrate 250m/ Power 400w), Antminer L3+ (Hashrate 500m/ Power 800w), Antminer L3++ (Hashrate 580m/Power 942w).
Innosilicon is a professional ASIC miner developer and manufacturer whose products have covered multiple fields. The 28nm bitcoin and litecoin miners have been widely used all over China with big shares in mainstream market.
As the latest generation of miner produced by Innosilicon released in early January 2018, A6 LTCMaster miner is suitable for all cryptocurrency mining based on Scrypt algorithm. The officially released parameters are shown as follows: 1.23GH/s (+/- 8%), 1500W (+/- 8% @25°C)
Now, we will bring you the latest evaluation on Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster as follows.
This tutorial is intended for the Innosilicon A4+ LTCMaster 620MH with 750w Litecoin Miner which is one of the most powerful litecoin miner of Innosilicon. The hashrate of the A4+ LTCMaster is 620MH while the power consumption is only 750w.
This tutorial applys to both Antminer L3 and Antminer L3+.
Antminer L3 is a latest product of Bitmain, it is a Litecoin miner developed based on BM1485 chip. With the amount of 144 BM1485 chips, L3 reaches a speed as high as 250MH/s with the power consumption of only 400watt which brings new prospect to litecoin mining.
A4 Dominator is a product with its focus on improving efficiency. It reaches incredible 1.2W/MHs in a DCDC configuration. It is foreseeable that it will stay popular for quite a while.