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ANTMINER L7 9160M

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Antminer L7 9160M from Bitmain is designed for mining Scrypt algorithm with a maximum hash rate of 9160 Mh/s, power consumption of 3425W±10%, and power efficiency of 0.38 W/Mh. This mining server uses the industry-leading solutions and an optimized design. Machines are easy to deploy and adaptive to mining farms of different sizes.

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ANTMINER L7 9160M

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Algorithm Scrypt Voltage 12V Noise Level 75db
Fans 4 Humidity 5 - 95 % Temperature 5 - 45 °C

Antminer L7 9160M from Bitmain is designed for mining Scrypt algorithm with a maximum hash rate of 9160 Mh/s, power consumption of 3425W±10%, and power efficiency of 0.38 W/Mh. This mining server uses the industry-leading solutions and an optimized design. Machines are easy to deploy and adaptive to mining farms of different sizes.

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The Antminer S19 Series is the latest generation of ASIC miners thaxzt are designed with advanced technology, improving operations and ensuring long-term operations for future mining. Industry-Leading Hash Rates, Reaching 110 TH/ The next-generation Antminer S19 Pro achieves 110 ± 3% TH/s leading the industry through performance. 29.5±5% J/TH Power Efficiency. The Antminer S19 Pro has a power consumption of 3250 ± 5% W and power efficiency of 29.5±5% J/TH, further improving the efficiency from its predecessor.

 

As feature sizes have shrunk and design tools improved over the years, the maximum complexity (and hence functionality) possible in an ASIC  Antminer L7 9160M has grown from 5,000 logic gates to over 100 million. Modern ASICs often include entire microprocessors, memory blocks including ROM, RAM, EEPROM, flash memory and other large building blocks. Such an ASIC is often termed a SoC (system-on-chip). Designers of digital ASICs often use a hardware description language (HDL), such as Verilog or VHDL, to describe the functionality of ASICs.[1]

 

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) are the modern-day technology for building a breadboard or prototype from standard parts[vague]; programmable logic blocks and programmable interconnects allow the same FPGA to be used in many different applications. For smaller designs or lower production volumes, FPGAs may be more cost-effective than an ASIC design, even in production. The non-recurring engineering (NRE) cost of an ASIC can run into the millions of dollars.

Therefore, Antminer L7 9160M device manufacturers typically prefer FPGAs for prototyping and devices with low production volume and ASICs for very large production volumes where NRE costs can be amortized across many devices.[citation needed]

Structured design

Antminer L7 9160M Structured ASIC platform and Platform-based design

Structured ASIC design (also referred to as “platform ASIC design”) is a relatively new trend in the semiconductor industry, resulting in some variation in its definition. However, the basic premise of a structured ASIC is that both manufacturing cycle time and design cycle time are reduced compared to cell-based ASIC, by virtue of there being pre-defined metal layers (thus reducing manufacturing time) and pre-characterization of what is on the silicon (thus reducing design cycle time).

 

Definition from Foundations of Antminer L7 9160M Embedded Systems states that:[7]

In a “structured ASIC” design, the logic mask-layers of a device are predefined by the ASIC vendor (or in some cases by a third party). Design differentiation and customization is achieved by creating custom metal layers that create custom connections between predefined lower-layer logic elements. “Structured ASIC” technology is seen as bridging the gap between field-programmable gate arrays and “standard-cell” ASIC designs. Because only a small number of chip layers must be custom-produced, “structured ASIC” designs have much smaller non-recurring expenditures (NRE) than “standard-cell” or “full-custom” chips, which require that a full mask set be produced for every design.

 

— Foundations of Antminer L7 9160M Embedded Systems

This is effectively the same definition as a gate array. What distinguishes a structured ASIC from a gate array is that in a gate array, the predefined metal layers serve to make manufacturing turnaround faster. In a structured ASIC, the use of predefined metallization is primarily to reduce cost of the mask sets as well as making the design cycle time significantly shorter.

 

For example, in Antminer L7 9160M a cell-based or gate-array design the user must often design power, clock, and test structures themselves. By contrast, these are predefined in most structured ASICs and therefore can save time and expense for the designer compared to gate-array based designs. Likewise, the design tools used for structured ASIC can be substantially lower cost and easier (faster) to use than cell-based tools, because they do not have to perform all the functions that cell-based tools do. In some cases, the structured ASIC vendor requires customized tools for their device (e.g., custom physical synthesis) be used, also allowing for the design to be brought into manufacturing more quickly. Antminer L7 9160M Antminer L7 9160M

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