Top ASIC cryptocurrency Miners
Here is the list of best ASIC miners for mining cryptocurrency:
- Jasminer X4 – this ASIC miner has a built-in PSU and high-RPM fan cooling, low power consumption per megahash, rugged casing, and is cost-effective.
- Goldshell KD5 has a hashrate and excellent energy efficiency.
- Innosilicon A11 Pro ETH revolutionizes the Ethereum mining network. One can use it for mining other Ethash algorithm coins at an exceptional return as soon as ETH switches to POS.
- iBeLink BM-K1+ is currently considered to be #1 in terms of profitability.
- Bitmain Antminer L7 9500Mh is the most powerful mining hardware for Litecoin and Dogecoin mining.
- Innosilicon A10 Pro+ 7GB delivers impressive performance and adopts the most advanced crypto ASIC technology, bringing the optimal mining experience.
- Jasminer X4-1U has built-in high static fans, consumes low power, produces low noise, is compact and easy to handle.
- Bitmain Antminer Z15 is well equipped, has low power consumption and superior processing power.
- StrongU STU-U1++ has a high hash rate with low power consumption.
- iPollo G1 is a high-profit miner with a better hash rate and performance than multiple competitors.
- Goldshell LT6 is one of the most powerful miners of the Scrypt algorithm.
- MicroBT Whatsminer D1 has excellent efficiency and a stable profitability margin.
- Bitmain Antminer S19J Pro 104Th is the newest generation of a SHA-256 algorithm mining ASIC that is considered one of the most powerful miners.
- iPollo B2 is a reliable Bitcoin miner taking its hash rate and power consumption into account.
- Goldshell KD2 is a powerful miner with a high hash rate and excellent power consumption.
- Antminer S19 Pro has an increased circuit architecture and power efficiency.
Algorithm: Ethash; Hashrate: 2500 MH/s; Power consumption: 1200W, Noise level: 75 dB
Jasminer X4 was created with Ethereum mining in mind and supports any cryptocurrency based on the Ethash algorithm. It had its release in November 2021. Its most significant advantage is its performance, making it the best ASIC miner for Ethereum – as much as 2.5GH/s with a power consumption of only 1200W. The performance is on the level of about 80 GTX 1660 SUPER, but with 5 times lower power consumption, which is impressive. Noise is at 75 dB, at an average level compared to other ASIC miners. Based on calculations from the ASIC miner value page, this is the most profit-generating ASIC of all the ASIC miners on the market at the time of writing this article. Jasminer’s X4-series ASIC miners excel primarily in energy efficiency
- they are more than twice as energy-efficient as competitors from Bitmain (E9) and Innosilicon (A10 and A11 series).
Algorithm: Kadena; Hashrate: 18 TH/s; Power consumption: 2250W, Noise level: 80 dB
Goldshell already has 3 ASIC miners available for Kadena mining. The most interesting is the Goldshell KD5, which is the most efficient ASIC for Kadena mining at the time of writing this article. There’s no denying that 80 dB makes it one of the noisiest ASIC miners, but as much as 18 TH/s at 2250W ensures high revenue. It had its release in March 2021, but it has been unrivaled in Kadena mining since then.
Algorithm: Ethash; Hashrate: 15000 MH/s; Power consumption: 2350W, Noise level: 75 dB
Innosilicon A11 Pro ETH is the latest ASIC for Ethereum mining from a well-known manufacturer. The performance of 1.5 GH/s with a power consumption of 2350W is more than satisfactory. It premiered in November 2021, and its availability is relatively good, and so is the price.
Algorithm: Kadena; Hashrate: 15 TH/s; Power consumption: 2250W, Noise level: 74 dB
iBeLink has been manufacturing ASIC miners since 2017. Their latest product, the iBeLink BM-K1+, features brilliant performance in Kadena mining. The performance is very similar to the Goldshell KD5, but it is 6 dB quieter, so it found its position in this comparison. Considering the price, it might be the most profitable ASIC miner.
Algorithm: Scrypt; Hashrate: 9.5 GH/s; Power consumption: 3425W, Noise level: 75 dB
Bitmain is the oldest known ASIC manufacturer in the world. Miners worldwide still use even their already older products like the Antminer S9 today. The Antminer L7 has a particularly successful design. With an energy efficiency of only 0.36 j/MH, this ASIC completely outclasses the competition, requiring more energy to produce the same output. The loudness is at 75 dB, around the average of last year’s ASIC miners.
Algorithm: Ethash; Hashrate: 750 MH/s; Power consumption: 1350W, Noise level: 75 dB
Innosilicon A10 Pro+ is another ASIC from Innosilicon. With 7GB of memory, it will be able to mine Ethereum by 2025 (unless Proof of Stake comes in before then, of course). Its power efficiency outperforms even the most powerful graphics cards like the RTX 3080 non-LHR by several times. It makes it worthy of attention.
Algorithm: Ethash; Hashrate: 520 MH/s; Power consumption: 240W, Noise level: 65 dB
The Jasminer X4-1U is the unequivocal king of energy efficiency among Ethereum ASIC miners. It requires just 240W to achieve 520 MH/s performance – roughly the same as an RTX 3080 for 100 MH/s. It is not very noisy, as its volume is 65 dB. Its appearance is more reminiscent of data center servers than standard ASIC miners. And rightly so, because several of them can be mounted in a single rack. When writing this article, this is the most energy-efficient option for mining Ethereum.
Algorithm: Equihash; Hashrate: 420 KSol/s; Power consumption: 1510W, Noise level: 72 dB
Bitmain in 2022 outclasses the competition in terms of energy efficiency with Scrypt’s Antminer L7 and Equihash’s Antminer Z15. Its biggest competitor is the 2019 Antminer Z11. Even though the Z15 already premiered two years ago, it is still the most energy-efficient ASIC for Equihash. The noise level is also slightly below average at 72 dB.
Algorithm: Blake256R14; Hashrate: 52 TH/s; Power consumption: 2200W, Noise level: 76 dB
The StrongU STU-U1++ is an even older ASIC, as it was created in 2019. At the time of writing this article, this ASIC is still the most power-efficient device for mining cryptocurrencies based on the Blake256R14 algorithm, such as Decred.
Algorithm: Cuckatoo32; Hashrate: 36GPS; Power consumption: 2800W, Noise level: 75 dB
iPollo is the only company to produce ASIC miners for the Cuckatoo32 algorithm. The iPollo G1, although released in December 2020, is still the king of energy efficiency and performance for this algorithm. GRIN, a cryptocurrency that has been primarily mined using graphics cards, uses the Cuckatoo32 algorithm.
Algorithm: Scrypt; Hashrate: 3.35 GH/s; Power consumption: 3200W, Noise level: 80 dB
Goldshell LT6 is an ASIC for mining cryptocurrencies based on the Scrypt algorithm. It had its release in January 2022, making it the newest ASIC by that comparison. In terms of energy efficiency, the Bitmain Antminer L7 performs better than it, but the Goldshell LT6 is more favorably priced, making it an option worth considering. Because of its 80 dB volume, this is not an ASIC that is good for everyone, so make sure the noise isn’t too overwhelming before purchasing.
Algorithm: Blake256R14; Hashrate: 48 TH/s; Power consumption: 2200W, Noise level: 75 dB
The MicroBT Whatsminer D1 was released in November 2018, yet it still performs great. At the same power consumption as the StrongU STU-U1++, it is 4 TH/s slower and 1 dB quieter. It can mine all cryptocurrencies that run on the Blake256R14 algorithm, such as Decred.
Algorithm: SHA-256; Hashrate: 104 TH/s; Power consumption: 3068W, Noise level: 75 dB
The list, of course, could not miss an ASIC for mining Bitcoin. The choice fell on the Bitmain Antminer S19J Pro 104Th. It had its premiere in July 2021. This ASIC is arguably the best ASIC Bitcoin miner since it is the most energy-efficient Bitcoin mining device (as of February 2022). It is a splendid choice if you want to support the Bitcoin network. Besides Bitcoin, you can also mine other cryptocurrencies based on the SHA-256 algorithm, such as BitcoinCash, Acoin, and Peercoin.
Algorithm: SHA-256; Hashrate: 110 TH/s; Power consumption: 3250W, Noise level: 75 dB
Similar to Bitmain Antminer S19J Pro 104Th ASIC is iPollo B2, which was released two months later – in October 2021. Performance-wise, it performs marginally better but consumes a bit more power. The differences in power efficiency are minimal, making it a great ASIC for mining cryptocurrencies based on the SHA-256 algorithm, including Bitcoin. The noise level of 75 dB is around the average of 2021 ASIC miners.
Algorithm: Kadena; Hashrate: 6 TH/s; Power consumption: 830W, Noise level: 55 dB
The Goldshell KD2 is the quietest ASIC on this list. It might also be considered the best cheap ASIC miner. With a volume level of just 55 dB, it mines Kadena at the speed of 6 TH/s, with a power consumption of 830W, which isn’t bad. The high performance to power usage ratio makes it the best silent ASIC miner. It had its release in March 2021. Relatively low noise for an ASIC makes it a good choice for home use.
Post time: Sep-29-2022