Fusionsilicon X7, a Dash miner based on X11 algorithm, was released by Shenzhen Fusionsilicon Company in early 2019. Before we start to unbox the miner, we’d better firstly understand what Dash stands for.
As a miner with multiple algorithms, Baikal Giant-A900 can support six kinds of algorithms (X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark, Qubit) with the main features of high hashrate and low power consumption.
This tutorial is intended for the EastShore customized Nvidia P106-100 Ethereum GPU Miner which supports multi-currency mining including ETH, Zcash, XMR and so on. The components including the motherboard (ASUS ROG STRIX B250H GAMING), mining cards, and power supply are carefully chosen and of high quality. It hits a speed of 120MH ~ 140MH for ETH mining with SIX Nvidia P106-100 mining cards which makes it undoubtedly a pioneer machine in the field.
Baikal Giant-A900 is a miner model which currently supports six algorithms including X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark and Qubit. It’s most distinct quality is its remarkable ratio of hash rate/power consumption, 900MH/217watt ratio, which is very advantageous.
In this tutorial, we will show you step by step about how to set up the miner and start Dash mining in minutes.
Despite its petite size, the Baikal MINI X11 ASIC miner has great performance in terms of its efficiency ratio which is 150MH/40watt. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate the setting-up step by step.
Dash (DASH) is an open sourced, privacy-centric digital currency supporting instant transactions. It enables you to keep your assets secure and you can make transactions without waits.
In this tutorial, we will introduce the primary knowledge and list further references for what you need to know about Dash (or Dashcoin, formerly known as Darkcoin and XCoin).