Buy Bitmain Antminer X5 212KH ASIC Miner for Monero Mining in Dubai (WhatsApp +971524927769)
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Bitmain Antminer X5 (212Kh) ASIC Miner ( RandomX of up to 212KH/s) is one of the most successful and cost-effective Monero ASIC Miner for RandomX algorithm mining on a power consumption of 1350W (+/-10%).
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Bitmain Antminer X5 212KH Specification
|Product Model Number||Antminer X5|
|Item Weight||37.37 pounds / 16.95 kg|
|Product Dimensions||16.85 x 7.68 x 11.42 inches|
428 x 195 x 290 mm
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||16.85 x 7.68 x 11.42 inches|
|Network Interface||RJ45 Ethernet 10/100M|
(Reduce noise with Crypto Mining Rack Enclosure)
|AC Input Voltage||200~240V|
|Input Frequency Range||47~63 Hz|
|Input current||20 Amp|
|Temperature / Humidity||0 to 40 °C / 10 to 90%|
|Storage temperature||-20~70 °C|
It is the recommended to use the official power supply that we provide along with the miner for safe and efficient mining performance.
- Caution: Bitmain’s product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via Bitmain’s hardware and/or software.
- Bitmain recommends Bitmain original PSU
- Caution: Wrong input voltage may probably cause miner damaged and shall not be covered by the warranty.
Max ambient temperature 40°C, altitude 0m.
Usually, when the miner is used at an altitude from 900m to 2000m, the highest operating temperature decreases by 1℃ for every increase of 300m.
Caution: Keep your Hash boards below 70°C degree temperature for optimal life-time of the ASIC Miners.
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Is Mining Monero Profitable?
Yes, Monero mining is still profitable. However, it’s subject to your electricity price.
Bitmain supply their customers with a 1 year warranty, however, that warranty comes with limitations. For example, the warranty won’t be valid if you overclock the miner (running it at a higher speed than it was designed to run). Also, if you use an inappropriate power supply or generate environmental damage to your miner you won’t be eligible for a warranty (e.g. lightning strike, corrosion due to the wet environment).
The following events will void the warranty:
- Customer removes/replaces any components by himself without receiving written permission from manufacturer
- Damage caused by poor power supply, lightning or voltage surges
- Burnt parts on hash boards or chips
- Boards/components damage due to water immersion or corrosion due to wet environment
- Bitmain’s product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via hardware and/or software.
If one of the cases above happens, you shall not be able to claim the warranty. For any specific procedures, please refer to the after-sales process.
Please don’t send any machine or parts without contacting the technical support team first. Any loss or damage as a result of lack of contact will be the responsibility of the customer.
For all repairs, within warranty or not, customer must return the defective parts at their own expense after opening a support ticket and troubleshooting with Bitmain’s instructions.
How to increase the efficiency of ASIC Miners hashrate?
Try Liquid Cooled Crypto Mining Tank (Example: Maze MITAN) that can increase the hash rate of Bitmain Antminer X5 212KH miners by manage heat efficiency, resulting in more profits. This will allow you to run RandomX miner inside an office or even at home without disturbances. The Maze MITAN mining systems can accommodate up to 6 x Bitmain Antminer X5 212KH ASIC miners per unit.
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