Tutorial: Innosilicon T2 Turbo Bitcoin Miner

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This tutorial is intended for the INNOSILICON T2 Turbo Bitcoin Miner which is one of the most powerful bitcoin miner of Innosilicon. The hashrate of the T2T is upto 30TH/s while the power consumption is only 2200w.

 

Miner Specifics

BrandInnosilicon
ModelTerminator T2 Turbo(T2T)
AlgorithmSHA-256
Submodel30TH/s @ 2200w
Hashrate30TH/s ± 5%
Power Consumption2200w ± 10%
Power SupplyWith PSU, plug & play

 

Update June 8, 2019

Manufacturer’s advice on mining with T2T:

  • For stable operation of the T2T, it is recommended to set the Miner Profile option to Factory and do not overclock. So as not to burn out the power supply.
  • Upgrade the firmware: t2tz_soc_20190608_081559.swu

 

Official User Manual

The official user manual should work fine already.  However, for beginner users, the following details might be helpful.

 

Miner Connection

  • For the miner configuration, please connect the miner to the LAN port on the same router which your computer is also connected to. The miner is stand-alone, your computer is just needed for the miner configuration.
  • This is the Innosilicon T2T you will receive from EastShore.

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  • Please check if all the cables on the miner are inserted tightly.

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  • The miner comes with an integrated PSU on the top. So user only need to prepare a power cord for the PSU.

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  • Plug in the ethernet cord. Then, miner connection DONE.

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Mining Guide

  • There is a switch on the integrated power supply, turn this switch on and power on the miner. Wait for about 1~2 minutes.

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  • Scan out the IP of the miner. For how to scan out the IP of the miner, follow the tutorial here: How to find out the IP address of your crypto miner
  • Log into the miner configuration page. Input the IP address (for example, 192.168.1.73) in your internet browser. The username and the password are all “admin“.

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  • All setting options are on the left side of the page.

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  • Go to the “Settings -> Pools” page.

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  • On the “Pools” page, you can configure your own mining account. Then click the button “Update Pools” to save and apply the changes.

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  • Go to “Settings -> Performance”, set the “Miner Profile” as “Factory”.

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  • The mining will automatically start after a few minutes. Go to the “Miner Status” page and keep refreshing the page until some data (Speed, miner account, pool etc.) is shown on the page (which means the machine has started mining. Generally, the miner needs about 3~7 minutes to start mining).

Innosilicon Terminator 2 Turbo T2T Bitcoin Miner Speed Test

  • You can also refer to the official manual for more details about miner configuration.

 

Testing video by EastShore

 

Trouble Shoot

Please refer to the official manual T2TZ-30T BTC Manual-en.pdf

 

  • m.najm.arch

    What’s the difference between different models?
    which one is better ?
    P-SI
    P-SII
    P-I
    P-II

    • EastShore Post author

      Different running modes actually correspond to different running frequencies. The Performance mode is actually an overclocking mode, corresponding to an overclocking frequency. The highest frequency is Performance++, followed by Performance+, and so on.

      When the Tuning mode is turned on and the miner is set to the Performance mode, the T2T will automatically find the most suitable frequency based on the power supply, voltage, etc., without the need for manual intervention by the user(That’s so-called automatic overclocking). If your T2T is not running at the highest frequency, then your running environment may not be suitable for T2T to run at the highest frequency, so we do not recommend that you manually set to the highest frequency.

      The power consumption of T2T is also different in different modes. In general, higher running frequencies result in higher power consumption (and therefore higher electricity bills). So in fact, the user’s mining income will not be so much different.

  • m.najm.arch

    Hello
    Is it possible to burn power in High Hash Mode?

    • EastShore Post author

      The situation with Innosilicon T2 Turbo is a little bit complicated. As far as we know, the power quality of the first few batches of Innosilicon T2T is relatively poor, so it is easy to burn out. However, Innosilicon improved the quality of the power supply in later batches, so there is no problem with the power supply of the later batches of Innosilicon T2T.

      For stability, we recommend always running the Innosilicon T2 Turbo with the Factory mode.

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