|Payment Terms:||L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,Bitcoin|
|Supply Ability:||100 Piece/Pieces per Month SMESHIPPING|
|Front Ports:||AntMiner S7|
|Model Number:||AntMiner S7|
|Place of Origin:||Bangkok Thailand|
|Product Name:||AntMiner S7|
|Packaging Detail:||Original stock antminer s7|
How To Buy?
Now that it has reached its 19th batch of production, Bitmain’s AntMiner S7 found to be so prominent since its release in mid-2015. Offering a high hash rate for the amount of power it consumes, the S7 believed to have dominated the market for a good reason. If you view any modern industrial mining operation, chances are you’ll see racks of AntMiner S7s hashing away. Also a popular choice among hobbyist miners, the S7 has a reasonable price and strong performance.
The S7 is powered by a 28nm BM1385 ASIC chip. Kept cool by dual fans (or a single fan in the case of a particular batch), 135 of these chips are spread across 3 boards. The strong metal casing features a tongue and groove system which allows for the neat arrangement of multiple miners.
Designed specifically for use with Bitcoin miners, Bitmain’s high quality 1600 Watt APW3 power supply unit is recommended to use with the S7. Losing only 7% of electricity between outlet and miner, this PSU is considered extremely efficient. In order to function, the APW3 requires a minimum 205 Volts and sadly does not come with the necessary 16A power cord.
Even though it’s not so cheap at $140 excluding shipping, the APW3 is a great choice with regards to the ability to upgrade in the future for the reason that it also works with the power-hungry AntMiner S9. It’s also possible to use any ATX PSU of sufficient Wattage to run the S7.
The S7-LN includes its own PSU; a 1000W Enermax rated Gold (above 80% efficiency). As the S7-LN only draws about 700W, this PSU has the excess capacity even when overclocking the unit above its default 600M frequency. Adding quite a lot of weight to the unit, it increases the shipping cost. While an integral PSU makes for a compact and convenient miner, there are few other reasons to recommend such a setup. The S7-LN also doesn’t include a cord.