Introducing the latest and most quiet consumer miner from GekkoScience, the (up to) 1Th/s Terminus R606 USB Pod Miner. In-stock with immediate shipping.
- Mines SHA256 coin algorithm
- Can mine Bitcoin at Speeds Up to 1Th/s when overclocked on a raspberry pi / Linux
- Stock speed out of box: 700 GH
- Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Ubuntu or Raspberry Pi
- Uses Cgminer software
- Quiet, Enclosed Design is Perfect for Highly Efficient Home Mining!
- Mine almost any SHA256 cryptocurrency such as bitcoin, bitcoin cash, digibyte, etc
- Push Button Power Increase & Decrease for Simple Voltage Adjustments!
What you are buying:
Gekkoscience R606 Terminus Pod Bitcoin ASIC Miner
- Mini USB cable
Finally, that quiet, efficient, stackable, adjustable, 60-120W miner that you can use in your home or office! The R606 is fully-enclosed in an aluminum shell for better air ducting (including better main regulator cooling for high-end stability). Heatsinking is improved for more efficient ASIC cooling, plus the integrated 80mm quiet fan is a standard size.
The miner features twelve (12) of Bitmain’s BM1387 ASICs (as found in the Antminer S9), and an adjustable core voltage (from 390mV to 460mV) using a simple push-button interface to step up or down in 10mV increments, (no internal calibration required) and a straightforward LED readout.
The Terminus needs an external controller (PC, Mac or Rasp Pi) running cgminer, and connects using mini USB. The miner runs on 12V power from either a standard 2.1/5.5mm barrel jack, or a PCIe 6-pin jack. We highly recommend using an efficient server PSU Kit for best performance.
The “stock” speed is about 700Gh/s, and with any decent power supply, it can theoretically reach speeds up to (or slightly exceeding) 1Th/s+ with an estimated power usage of only ~90-150 Watts when overclocked!
Warning: If using Raspberry Pi as the controller, do not power the Rasp Pi using the R606 miner USB charging port. This will create a negative feedback loop that can short circuit and damage the device. Raspberry Pi should always be powered separately when mining.