Bitmain is one of the biggest manufacturers of Bitcoin mining rigs in the world. They have announced the release of a new miner with speeds of up to198 terahash/second (TH/s). Antminer S19 Pro+ HYD is the new model. It uses liquid cooling technology to increase overall efficiency.
Bitmain’s Latest Miner Processes 198 Terahash per Second of Computing Power
Bitmain launched the Antminer S19Pro+ Hyd miner on January 17, 2022. “The Antminer S19 Pro+ Hyd. has officially launched,” Bitmain explained. “Equipped with a hashrate of 198 TH/s, power consumption of 5445W, and power efficiency of 27.5 J/TH. S19 Pro+ HYD. The latest liquid cooling technology is used in the S19 Pro+ Hyd. Enter a new era of liquid cooling,” the company’s announcement concluded.
Bitmain’s shopping section that hosts the machine’s specifications does not mention a price but notes that shipping will begin in May through September 2022. Bitmain suggests that miners use the Antspace HK3 storage area with their new miner. Antminer S19 Pro+ HYd can be stored in the AntspaceHK3. Mining rigs. It is described in detail as having a weight of 17.5kg and measuring 410 x 219 x 209 mm.
If the specifications are accurate, Bitmain’s new hydro-powered unit will be the most powerful mining rig to date. The mining device’s hashrate will outperform Bitmain’s other next-generation bitcoin mining rig that boasts 140 TH/s, which means the hydro unit is 41% more powerful. Currently, Bitmain’s Antminer S19 Pro (110 TH/s) and the Microbt Whatsminer M30S++ (112 TH/s) are the top two most profitable bitcoin miners.
The previously announced Antminer S19 XP (140 TH/s) is due to be delivered in July 2022, according to Bitmain’s website. A number of Bitcoin mining operations like Bitnile and Greenidge Generation Holdings pre-ordered batches of Bitmain’s XP machines when the machine was first revealed.
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