ASICMiner Block Erupter Blade 10.7gh/s Miner (Rev2)

ASICMiner Block Erupter Blade 10.7gh/s Miner (Rev2)

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  • Mines bitcoins at 10GH/s.
  • Version 2 Block Erupter Blade from ASICMiner.
  • NOTE: These are not plug-and-play devices. They require a separate power source, power connector, ethernet connection, and (potentially) a local mining proxy.

Discount Pricing until 12.21.2013 the last day we will be able to ship prior to the holiday break.

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List Price: $ 699.00

Price: $ 309.00

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3 Responses to “ASICMiner Block Erupter Blade 10.7gh/s Miner (Rev2)”

  1. R. Arnold says:
    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hashing Away, November 7, 2013
    By 
    R. Arnold
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    This review is from: ASICMiner Block Erupter Blade 10.7gh/s Miner (Rev2) (Personal Computers)

    Jones Gear was amazingly quick to get this to me and even offered to explain setup, though being an EE that’s not necessary for me.

    Please be aware that the ‘getwork’ protocol that these units use has been widely discontinued and you’ll need to use a ‘stratum proxy’ most likely to join up with a pool.

    My main PC is on wireless and I didn’t want to involve any extra hardware, so I used an ethernet crossover cable and set my ethernet port to a static IP that the blade plugs directly into. Working great so far thanks to the fact that the stratum proxy program doesn’t need these two connections to be bridged or anything(using slush’s proxy).

    Please make sure you have a fan on both sides as cooling these is *very* important, a 120MM fan lines up perfectly with the heatsink’s grid and with the large style fan screws that dig into the plastic you can let them lightly dig into the tips of the heatsink, no real harm but a nice secure fit that looks stock. I have another 120mm on the other side, siting on-top with plastic stand-offs to avoid any possible short-circuits. (Also be careful if you do this and are using a fan with a lot of kick-back on start-up!)

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