Baikal Miner Now With ASICs Supporting X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark and Qubit

1 Aug


Baikal Miner started with an interesting X11-based ASIC not too long ago and now the company has just announced two new miners that support multiple algorithms. The new ASIC-based Baikal Mini Miner and Baikal Quadruple Miner offer support for X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark and Qubit algorithms with surprisingly good specifications. The Mini Miner is capable of providing users with 150 MHS hashrate in all of the 6 supported algorithms while the Quadruple Miner (essentially for of the smaller units) are capable of 4 times the hashing power or 600 MHS. Do note that the prices cited below are for the miners only, power supplies are not included and the shipping cost is not added.


Baikal Mini Miner Hash Rate and Power Usage:
– X11: 150 MH/s @ 40W
– X13: 150 MH/s @ 46W
– X14: 150 MH/s @ 47W
– X15: 150 MH/s @ 48W
– Quark: 150 MH/s @ 25W
– Qubit: 150 MH/s @ 28W


Baikal Quadruple Miner Hash Rate and Power Usage:
– X11: 600 MH/s @ 160W
– X13: 600 MH/s @ 184W
– X14: 600 MH/s @ 188W
– X15: 600 MH/s @ 192W
– Quark: 600 MH/s @ 100W
– Qubit: 600 MH/s @ 112W

Pricing of the Baikal miners:
– Mini Unit Price: $500 USD or 56 DASH
– Quadruple Mini Unit Price: $2000 USD or 224 DASH

Do note that this information has been provided by Baikal Miner and we have not tested any of the products of the company to confirm if they can deliver on the promises made for multi algorithm support and/or for the hashrate and power usage claimed. The numbers however do seem quite interesting and if the information turns out to be true they are going to change the mining landscape for a few more crypto currencies using the other five algorithms supported besides X11.

We were not able to test the first generation of X11-based ASIC miners from Baikal due to them being hard to find in Europe or available at speculative prices as compared to what the manufacturer in China apparently sells them for. Unfortunately the purchase procedure directly from Baikal was not well made, so we gave up trying to get a X11 ASIC miner for testing from them.

For more information about the new miners from Baikal visit their official website…

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10 Responses to Baikal Miner Now With ASICs Supporting X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark and Qubit


August 1st, 2016 at 22:08

Seems weird that all their algos do the same hashrate regardless off different levels of complexity.


August 1st, 2016 at 22:37

Honestly.. all seems weird.


August 1st, 2016 at 22:43

Yes, it is a bit weird, needs to be confirmed… the power usage however fluctuates.

Maybe the hashrate difference fits inside the plus/minus 10% tolerance they give.


August 1st, 2016 at 22:58

I cant find it right now, but I have seen a fishy bitcointalk thread where they tried to sell it.
Only BTC, no escrow + some non english speaking guy(newbie account ofc) that tried to confirm he owns one of them.


August 1st, 2016 at 23:07

Threat with caution, we cannot confirm any of the claims they make until we can personally verify that specs and features claimed are real.


August 1st, 2016 at 23:10

I cant find the thread anywhere on bitcointalk, possible the thread was a scam, but devices are real?
Would wait for a trusted site review on those anyway.


August 1st, 2016 at 23:11

I find this very strange… If true all x algorithms to me are dead.


August 2nd, 2016 at 03:48

So you don’t have any to test but you’re letting us know about this? Odd.


August 2nd, 2016 at 17:48

This article is spreading false rumors about mining multiple algos. It’s an x11 miner, period


August 2nd, 2016 at 17:49

If this is truth that’s very bad for crypto !!
But they prove themselfs already with that miner on X11 so I believe this is the truth, why not !?
If they already made very successful X11 algo, so why not others too….but as I said, really very very bad !!

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