New ZeusMiner Scrypt ASICs with Lower Power Consumption are Coming

10 Jul
2014

ZeusMiner is apparently working hard in improving the power consumption of their Scrypt ASIC miners and they have just released a video showing some new prototypes with 30% better power efficiency compared to the already available products. The new devices should be capable of providing 19-20 MHS with less than 400W of power usage and 9-10 MHS with less than 200W according to the latest update from Zeus. These numbers sure do look better than what the current power consumption of the ZeusMiner Scrypt ASIC miners is, but are still far from what we were promised before the company has finalized their products. There are still more powerful 55nm Scrypt ASIC miners, in terms of hashrate, that do offer lower power usage than what the new miners from Zeus should be providing. The advantage that ZeusMiners do have however is the more attractive price of the hardware, and that can be a reason enough for people with cheaper electricity to go for them.

For more information about the ZeusMiner Scrypt ASIC miners, the new prices and specifications…



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2 Responses to New ZeusMiner Scrypt ASICs with Lower Power Consumption are Coming

Gimo84

July 10th, 2014 at 21:20

Ill never buy crap from this company again.

Braker

July 11th, 2014 at 05:59

Instead of giving us a firmware update for the current miners to bring power down or hash up as they promised, they come up with a new product to try and suck more money instead. How nice!

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