The Baby Jet and Sierra mining units will be built using Sea Sonic power supplies, which are widely known for their industry-leading efficiency, quality and reliability. The highly stable output voltage from Sea Sonic supplies ensures the miners will consistently reach their maximum hashing performance. The very high efficiency of these supplies lowers the electrical costs involved in mining, and reduces the waste heat produced.
Tests of the Sea Sonic power supply show an incredibly stable output and longevity, even when machines are overclocked, enabling miners to generate more Bitcoin for their money.
“We believe mining rigs should come complete with the best power supplies available” said HashFast CEO
Sea Sonic President
He further added that “It is an honor to support HashFast producing the highest quality and most efficient Bitcoin mining equipment possible. We look forward to a future in which our companies work together to provide the best possible products and services in the industry."
“It is a great honor to be working with Sea Sonic,” said
Since the incorporation of
ABOUT SEA SONIC POWER SUPPLIES
Sea Sonic is the first power supply manufacturer in the industry to be awarded the 80PLUS® certificate which offers the newest technology and innovations for performance and energy savings with up to 92% efficiency and a true power factor of greater than 0.9 PF. With this wealth of experience in utilizing advanced technology and designing highly energy efficient power supplies, the solutions provided not only optimize the overall performance, but also bring better reliability and longer energy efficient product life. Sea Sonic products are also known to use quality components such as gold-plated high current terminals, solid capacitors, and Japanese sourced 105? capacitors to guarantee the quality of their products.
ABOUT HASHFAST BITCOIN MINING ASICS
Hashfast GN 28nm HPM Bitcoin mining ASIC was announced in July and taped out on schedule on
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