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Gridseed 5.2-6MH G-Blade USB ASIC miner 2PCB LTC

Technical characteristics and price of Gridseed 5.2-6MH G-Blade 2PCB USB ASIC miner scrypt to undermine litecoin, only scrypt units.


The ASIC miner Gridseed G-Blade is sold complete with heatsink and fan, but also the only 2PCB scrypt version. These are two Gridseed cards 5.2-6MH G-Blade sold in single circuit version, with scrypt processors to undermine litecoin. Also sold as USB ASIC miner scrypt, the power may not come from the single USB port on your computer: they need an extra power supply. They will also go equipped with an adequate heat sink and a fan. If you do not already have all these additional components, and then you have to buy them separately, maybe it will be cheaper to buy a Gridseed G-Blade assembled and ready to use.

The only scrypt version is useful for those who have the need for spare parts or want to experiment with new low-cost solutions, to undermine litecoin.

Features and price Gridseed 5.2-6MH G-Blade 2PCB only scrypt

The following characteristics of Gridseed 5.2-6MH G-Blade 2PCB only scrypt. The features are sparse because they lack the fan, heatsink and power supply.

  • Gridseed G-Blade 5.2-6MH/s. 2 pieces = 5.2-6MH/s.
  • Power 12V DC 5A 100W.
  • Power single module 40W-50W.
  • Chip: 40 chips for module GC3355.
  • Data port: mini USB.
  • 2 cable USB.
  • 2 power cables.

The device comprises costs 42.88 USD postage included. More details and to purchase, visit the relevant page on the site.

- Devices with connection cables -

Other versions available

Below I list the other available versions, both as only scrypt that the G-Blade assembled and ready to use.


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