Innosilicon has released a version of the popular T2T model with the H index to occupy a niche between the upgraded S9 series ASIC miners and the new S17 series of the competitor manufacturer Bitmain.
T2TH miners were released by Innosilicon on ASIC chips with a 7-nm process technology, which allowed mining Bitcoin with the highest hashrate, relative to previous models from this series.
The company failed to bypass the Antminer S17, but the offered price fully justifies the processor performance, which is higher than that of the upgraded Antminer S9 series.
The T2TH ASIC miner, like all Innosilicon devices of this brand, has three reduced operating modes, giving the following specifications at the factory settings:
The ASIC miner uses the SHA-256 PoW algorithm to mine BTC blocks and similar cryptocurrencies with a hashrate of 37 Th/s with an electricity consumption of 2900 watts.
- Complete with its own power supply, the unique similarity of the model with the equipment of Antminer S9 – the most popular ASIC in the history of BTC mining
- A convenient technical solution for supplying power to the boards through metal tires, solving the problem of contact burning, which often became a problem of the Antminer S9
- Simplicity of the mining application interface
- The need to connect the equipment via a special power cable that can withstand a load of more than three kW
- Noise level exceeding household standards
- Problems with the availability of spare parts
- High energy consumption, relative to the issued hashrate