Bitcoin miners 11 Antminer S1's

acpeacemaker

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Im kinda at a loss of what to do with these. 11 Antminer S1's dual blades. I know a couple members here are into bitcoin. I know how to mine, but these are not really worth the power consumption. I picked these up for free yesterday which was pretty cool. The guy said they were pulling about 2200 watts. Any thoughts? To scrap or not too? What do those asics have in them? :) The aluminum sinks have some weight. Not saying these are scrap value, but.....

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Part them out and sell on ebay people buy the boards to make mod miners .. like you said no profit to run them anymore
 

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I recently scrapped my avalon 200GH miner. It was in garage gathering dust for about 2 years anyway. I switched it off long time ago.
It was fun when I was running it, I mostly went after altcoins and traded them.
 

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patnor1011 said:
I recently scrapped my avalon 200GH miner. It was in garage gathering dust for about 2 years anyway. I switched it off long time ago.
It was fun when I was running it, I mostly went after altcoins and traded them.

Pat, did you put process those chips?
 

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Not yet, there were 8 small red boards small bit bigger than box of cigarettes with about 30 IC on each. They are similar to BGA, cant cut them off board I may have use heat gun on them.
 

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Actually, the new system has more robust controls against spam than the old software, but some are likely to still slip through. We don't camp out 24 hours a day, so sometimes it takes us a few minutes to edit or delete things.

Dave
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Andrew
 
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