New Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster 1.23 GHS Scrypt ASIC Miner

7 Jan

Innosilicon has announced another new product in the form of a more powerful Scrypt ASIC miner called the A6 LTCMaster supposedly capable of delivering 1.23 GHS mining hashrate for Scrypt-based cryptocoins with 1500W of power usage. The new miner device is up for pre-order with January 20th to February 10th shipping, the price is $6300 USD or the equivalent of about 23.5 LTC or almost 0.4 BTC. The new device does seem like it just combines two of the previous Innosilicon A4+ LTC ASIC miners both in physical appearance and in terms of specifications as the new Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster essentially doubles the hashrate and the power of the previous device at just $100 less price than what two A4+ miners would cost. What Innosilicon should work a bit more on however is not the release of new miners all the time, they are doing pretty good with that, but instead on their service and customer support as a lot of people buying their devices do seem to complain of trouble in the communication with the company.

Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster Specifications:
– Part Number: INNOSILICON A6 LTCMaster
– Hashrate: 1.23 Gh/s (+-8% performance, can be over-clocked at user’s risk)
– Power Consumption: 1500W (+/-8%, normal mode, at the wall, with 93% efficiency PSU, 25°C temperature)
– Size: (L)350mm*(W)500mm*(H)155mm (dual tube)
– Net Weight: 7.55KG (without PSU)
– Voltage: +12V
– Required rated PSU: 1600W or above, 17 * PCI-E 6Pin
– Cooling: air-cooled with 2 fans per tube, 4 fans in total
– Internet connection: Ethernet
– Power supply connection: 2 PCIE port per power board

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2 Responses to New Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster 1.23 GHS Scrypt ASIC Miner


January 10th, 2018 at 09:00

Bought from them, they dont reply to customers after the sale. One of my miners board stopped working and after many emails they still havent replied : dont consider the warranty when buying because it is worthless. Also their firmware are not working well. Disappointing!


January 13th, 2018 at 12:20

Do not buy from this company! ! They scammed me on two A5 DashMaster miners and I lost 20K in Euro. A month of delay, while meanwhile rising difficulty ate away all potential profits! Way too overpriced and then even defective miners. Horrible firmware. While by now I finally got them to work after 2 months, Innosilicon mails me yesterday that there is a hardware error and that I need to remove some capacitor on each hashboard. I’m no electro engineer. I got not even a sensible compensation for the delivery delay aside from a 1K voucher on future buys from Innosilicon. They are delusional if they they think I’m buying from them EVER again…

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