- The all-new Antminer K5 is set to be released today at 11 am Beijing Time, K5 will support the Eaglesong Mining Algorithm.
- K5 comes with the new Eaglesong Mining algorithm, which is a new hash function of Nervos CKB.
The all-new Antminer K5 is set to be released today at 11 am Beijing Time, K5 will support the Eaglesong Mining Algorithm.
The K5 Antminer features a hash rate of 1130 GH/s with a power consumption of 1580 Watts and the official data released says the Antminer will be ready for shipment from 1st of April to 15th.
This unveiled product will be the newest in the house with adaptive features to its predecessor mining rigs. Further details are yet to be heard if there are going to be variants on the K5 Antminer based on GPU and computing speed and power consumption. K5 comes with the new Eaglesong Mining algorithm, which is a new hash function of Nervos CKB.
Eaglesong mining can be obtained in both Nvidia GPUs and AMD GPUs. But it is more optimized to use the Nvidia GPUs because the framework of Nvidia supports powerfully to mine using Eaglesong Mining algorithm. Eaglesong Mining algorithm supports both Ethereum (ETH) and CKB mining.
Bitmain has been one of the prominent suppliers with industry efficient mining rigs of various hash codes globally, based out in Beijing, China. It also accepts custom builds of user-specific mining rigs with prior booking.
It uses a dedicated framework supporting a wide range of chipsets. The main mining rig subsidiary dedicated to Bitcoin mining and other altcoins is Antminer; however, it has two more subsidiaries under it, namely Antpool and Hashnet.
There are various series of miners under Antminer each distinctive in each case, but many have been terminated from production with the replacement of new and updated versions.
A few days ago Bitmain launched there yet powerful mining rig of the Series Antminer named S19 which has two variants. And the basic S19 does mining at the rate of 95 TH/s while the S19 Pro clocks at 110 TH/s.
Antminer k5 and Toddminer C1 comparison
It appears that the Todek TODDMINER C1 can’t to be the main Eaglesong ASIC digger out there, Bitmain is additionally getting the enjoyment together with their Bitmain AntMiner K5 ASIC excavator.
The TODDMINER C1 vows to convey 1.7 TH/s hashrate with 1200 Watts of intensity use with $4150 USD cost and apparently previously dispatching. While the Bitmain AntMiner K5 is appraised at 1140 GH/s hashrate with 1595 Watts of intensity use and a cost of about $1440 USD or fundamentally less expensive.
Bitmain plans to begin dispatching the K5 Eaglesong ASIC excavators in the primary portion of April and they are just accessible on their Chinese site for the occasion.
Eaglesong mining has begun with GPUs and has moderately immediately moved onto FPGA mining and now it appears the change to ASIC mining is beginning to happen.
Hashaltcoins BlackMiner F1+ does 22 GH/s and F1-Ultra manages t get you 26 GH/s hashrate right now. So ASIC diggers will truly offer a lot quicker execution when they become accessible and will essentially expand the all out system hashrate.
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Bitmain antminer k5 will be updated soon and new features are planned to be released in the coming days.These updates will not lead to an increase in price and higher performance is estimated.