The Innosilicon A9 was released in June of 2018 and began delivery in August 2018. These units offer 50 KSol/S of hash rate for 620W of power making them the most profitable Zcash miners on the market.
Bitmain plans on releasing their own Equihash miners – the Antminer Z9 and Z9 minis – but until then these are the way to go if you want to mine Zcash. The Miners’ Union contributes a large part of the Zcash hash rate.
At 620W, the Innosilicon A9 is an ideal choice for colocation. This unit performs optimally when using 208, 220 or 240V power sources which are often difficult or impossible to find at residential locations. The miner produces a lot of heat so it is best run in a location with a managed climate.
For a current profitability estimate be sure to check out our mining calculator.
Innosilicon is one of the leading manufacturers of cryptocurrency mining ASICs. A privately held company headquartered in East Lake District in Wuhan, China, Innosilicon specializes in hardware design and manufacturing as a fabless IP company. Innosilicon is now focused on delivering 14nm ASICs based on Samsung’s advanced low power Fin FET process.
Innosilicon’s IP can be found in millions of Mobile, multimedia and Consumer electronic devices such as: tablets, cell phones, HD set-top boxes, TV, Camera, networking, computing ICs that have achieved leading market shares.
As of late 2018, Innosilicon has been encroaching on Bitmain’s turf by offering a portfolio of mining algorithm ASICs establishing a late lead in Blake2b (Siacoin), Blake256 (Decred), and Equihash (Zcash) miners. Innosilicon, unlike it’s main rival Bitmain, was an incumbent to the hardware manufacturing space.
The Innosilicon A9
Innosilicon A9 ZMaster
- Power Consumption: 620W
- Cost: $3629
- Hashrate: 50 KSol/s
- Efficiency: 12.4 W/KSol
- Probability of Delivery: Confirmed Real
If you do decide to purchase an Innosilicon A9, we hope that you’ll consider the Miners’ Union for your colocation needs!