Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (104Th)
The Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (104Th) is a Bitcoin ASIC miner with a maximum hashrate of 104 Th/s and a power consumption of 3068 W. It is designed to mine Bitcoin using the SHA-256 algorithm.
Antminer S19j Pro (104Th) Specifications
|Antminer S19 XP (140Th)
|Also known as
|ACOIN, CURE, XJO, UNB, DEM, PPC, BCH, BTC, TRC, BSV
|SlushPool, NiceHash, Poolin, AntPool, ViaBTC
|195 x 290 x 400mm
|5 - 45 °C
|5 - 95 %
The design of this miner is also different from other previous Bitmain Bitcoin miners. It is a sleek new design that makes the miner perfect for large-scale mining. There are several coins that can be mined, with Bitcoin being the most lucrative. Other coins that can be mined include Acoin, Curecoin, Joulecoin, Unbreakable, eMark, Peercoin, BitcoinCash, Terracoin, BitcoinSV, and more.
You can join multiple mining pools using this miner. These pools include SlushPool, NiceHash, Poolin, AntPool, ViaBTC. we recommend that you choose the right pool to increase your mining capacity.
Due to its power, it has an efficiency of 0.030j/Gh. In addition, the miner is a standalone device and its maximum capacity is 3068W. The high power makes synchronization with SHA-256 algorithm more secure and easier to use.
The miner has a maximum voltage of 12v and uses an Ethernet interface. Thanks to the high power, you have a powerful miner that can mine continuously for tens of thousands of hours. It is one of the most efficient bitcoin miners on the known market.
Humidity, Temperature and Noise Levels
The Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (104Th) is a powerful bitcoin mining machine that is designed to operate at high efficiency. It has a temperature range of 5 – 35 degrees Celsius and can handle humidities of 5 – 95 percent. It also has 4 fans to help keep it cool. One thing to note about the Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (104Th) is that it has a noise level of 75db, which may be a concern for some users. However, its advanced design allows it to mine bitcoins at a high rate, making it a popular choice among miners.