Innosilicon A4+ 620MH 620MH/s LTC doge coin miner Litecoin Scrypt mining LTC Miner Asic Miner Machine
about this miner
Surpassing its predecessor by a big margin, A4+ reaches a spectacular 620Mh/s (+/- 8%), with 750W (+/- 8% @25℃) at the wall, offer its customers best mining competitive advantage, significantly lower operating cost, higher ROI, and longevity. It has a small form factor, low noise, better quality and more reliable, designed to win and possess best ever resell values.
The A6 LTCMaster works with the Script algorithm. Litecoin is mined on the Scrypt algorithm. Scrypt is a hashing algorithm that is used on Proof of Work blockchains. It is a memory-hard key-derivation function. This kind of process requires a large quantity of RAM for computation. That means an ASIC chip used for computing Bitcoin's SHA-256 Proof of Work (PoW) would need to keep an amount of space for RAM instead of hashing power.
Fan and Cooling
The cooling method is an essential feature of ASIC miners due to the devices' high input and efficiency. Miners have the potential of overheating while working. Manufacturers like Innosilicon curb overheating by equipping miners with adequate cooling methods. The A4+ LTC Master has two 12cm 12C3.4A fans, one at the front and one at the back. This fan arrangement is like the previous miner's arrangement is quite efficient in reducing overheating.
Noise is an essential factor for getting a miner. If you are looking to buy the A6 LTCMaster for mining at home, the device can be quite noisy. In normal mining operations during the day, the measured noise about 20cm away from the device is 82dB. To better understand this, most miners come with standard 60 — 80dB noise levels. 80dB sound is equivalent to a city during the day. The miner is better used in mining farms.
Profitability is the primary purpose of getting an ASIC miner. To accurately calculate the profitability of this device, you should deduct the electricity cost of the area. Also, market conditions affect miner profitability.