From Bitcoin Wiki. Jump to : navigation, search. Block Erupter Sapphire. Full name: ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner: Producer: ASICMiner: Mining specifications Algorithm: SHA-256d: hash/s: 336M: hash/J: 130M: hash/s/$ 17M: Power usage: 2.55W: Temperature: 51°C: Additional information Interface: USB: The Block Erupter Sapphire is a legacy ASIC produced by ASICMiner. This.
Product Dimensions 3 x 1.4 x 0.5 inches Item Weight 0.48 ounces Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces Manufacturer ASIC MINER Memory Storage Capacity 333 MB
26 Mar 2017.
Bitcoin mining with Block Erupter USB miner and BFGMiner I've previously made a post on how to use your Block Erupters using CGMiner,
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ASIC MINER BLOCK Erupter Bitcoin Miner USB 330 MH/s – Silver rev 3.00 – $26.00. Auction is for a single miner. These were lightly used and 100% working. Great beginner mining item or collectors item. You can use it to mine other Sha-256 currencies as well as Bitcoin. ASIC Miner Block Erupter Bitcoin Miner USB 330 MH/s – Black rev 3.00.
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