MicroBT Whatsminer M50 114Th/s – Bitcoin Miner
180 days warranty Power supply included
Discover the MicroBT Whatsminer M50, a high-performance ASIC miner designed for efficient and rapid cryptocurrency mining. Explore its impressive features, exceptional hashrate of 114Th/s, energy efficiency, and how it can revolutionize your mining operations, maximizing your potential for earning rewards in the dynamic world of cryptocurrencies
Whatsminer M50 is Manufactured By MicroBT And it’s mining SHA-256 algorithm which running maximum hashrate of 114Th/s for a power consumption of only 3306W.
|Size||125mm(L) x 225mm(W) x 425mm(H)|
|Temperature||5 – 45 °C|
|Humidity||5 – 95 %|
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash
Power And Hashrate
At the heart of the Whatsminer M50 is the SHA-256 ASIC chip, which is optimized for mining Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that use the SHA-256 algorithm. The M50 is equipped with 448 of these chips, providing a hashrate of up to 114Th/s terahashes per second (TH/s), making it one of the most powerful Bitcoin miners on the market.
In terms of power consumption, the M50 has a maximum power draw of 3306W watts, which is quite high compared to other mining machines. However, this is offset by its high hashrate, which means that the M50 can mine Bitcoin at a much faster rate than other machines that consume less power.
Features of Whatsminer M50
One of the key features of the M50 is its modular design, which allows for easy maintenance and repair. The machine composes of several modules, including the control board, power supply unit, and hashing boards. If one of these modules fails, it can be easily replaced without having to replace the entire machine.
Another important aspect of the M50 is its durability. The machine is built with high-quality components and designs to operate 24/7 in harsh mining environments. It has a robust cooling system that uses four powerful fans to keep the chips cool, and the machine is housed in a sturdy aluminum chassis that provides excellent heat dissipation.
Setting up the M50 is also relatively straightforward, thanks to its user-friendly interface and simple configuration options. The machine can control using a web-based interface that allows users to monitor performance, adjust settings, and troubleshoot issues remotely