But what miner is best value for money? How many MH/s do we get for our $ and what does it cost to run?
Compare and Review the Stats
|$ Cost||Speed (MH/s)||Power (watt)||Watt per MH/s||$ per MH/s|
last time I compared the L3+ with the A4+, the L3 won by a long way but this was mainly due to the $1800 price tag at the time, now they have put there prices up I think its looking like a different story.
Here we see the L3+ being the most expensive to run and the least amount of MH/s for our $$
The Wolf kills the competition for $ per MH/s but the A4+ comes on top with the running costs.
They all have there merits and its going to be a tough decision on what to buy, but here are some other things to think about you need to take into consideration
- Courier Options (DHL, FedEx etc)
- Local tax fees you may need to pay
- Lead Time (How long till it arrives)
- Payment Options ($$$ BTC LTC BCH)
- Min order numbers (1 or 10 Units)
For me, a 10 units order from Innosilicon is out of the question. I am not sending $32,000 to anyone, one way in one go. Call me a sceptical but that just doesn’t sit well with me. Innosilicon seem to be targeting the big players like Genesis and HashFlare with these sort of orders. If your on first name terms with the Innosilicon sales rep because your buying 500 units then this maybe a different story.
The price increase from Bitmain is just greedy and I am sure its due to Crypto going to the moon this week. There is no other reason for doing this, products go down in price as time moves on, not up. this is simple economics.
The new player to the market EHS, sounds like a great unit but I am concerned about the 6 month lead time and that fact they have no reviews or references at this time.
Until EHS prove themselves as a reliable supplier and if I were to reinvest some coin it would still be to Bitmain as they have proven track record and I have had no issues with any of my ordereds from them, apart from those that went via FedEx but that’s not Bitmain’s fault.