General information on the BK-G28
The BK-G28 miner has a maximum HASH rate of 3.5 – 28.0 Gh/s and consumes 300 – 1300 W/h of power. Groestl, Myriad-Groestl, Nist5, Quark, Qubit, Skein, X11, X11Gost may all be calculated using this miner.
This miner consumes a variety of resources. This is important to remember in the table below, especially if you wish to reserve a parking spot for your BK-G28 with us. The BK-G28 is an ASIC miner, which was created solely for the purpose of calculating a single algorithm. The company released this miner in October of 2018. Baikal is mostly known for producing ASIC miners. In the next section, we’ve listed the coins you can mine.
In addition, the Bitech organization is well-known throughout France and has a number of partners in the French system, including the Kryptosphere Blockchain Association.
We’ve been working in the mining industry for over four years, and our foreign partners have long trusted us.
You are also welcome to visit the company’s headquarters at 123 Avenue Saint-Julien, 13012 Marseille, where you will be warmly welcomed.
The Level of Noise
The noise level is an important consideration, especially if the user wishes to mine at home. In comparison to other ASIC miners, Baikal miners are noted for their low noise levels. The Baikal BK-G28 produces 70 decibels of loudness. The noise level is typical for miners, which ranges from 60 to 80 decibels. The BK-G28 is an ear-friendly miner that is commonly used for home mining.
Consumption of energy
A miner’s power consumption might substantially limit or improve his or her profitability. First-time miners, especially those without access to free electricity, should think about this carefully. The BK-G28 uses around 1300W of power. This power usage is typical and impressive, given that miners are expected to use a lot of energy due to the amount of work they do.
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|Size||300 x 190 x 158mm|
|Humidity||5 – 95 %|