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Brand New! FutureBit MoonLander Scrypt Miner USB Stick!

Brand New! FutureBit MoonLander Scrypt Miner USB Stick!

The Moonlander features an Alcheminer Scrypt 1 ASIC and a fully adjustable regulator design that gives you a core voltage range of 700 mV to 1100 mV. Typical hasrate is 300-1000 KHs depending on clock rate and voltage.

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FutureBit MoonLander Scrypt Miner

The Moonlander features an Alcheminer Scrypt 1 ASIC and a fully adjustable regulator design that gives you a core voltage range of 700 mV to 1100 mV. Typical hasrate is 300-1000 KHs depending on clock rate and voltage.

The MoonLander can run on a very wide range of speed and efficiency, and leaves a lot of  frequency and voltage tuning options.

The Moonlander has a default frequency setting of 144mhz, and can range from 104mhz to 400mhz.

To change the frequency just edit the number after —set MLD:clock= in the startup scrypt. You cant just put any number you want in there, otherwise it will default to base 104mhz. Between 104-200 mhz you can set the frequency to any number that is a multiple of 8, so 104, 112, 120 are all valid frequencies.

Between 200-400 mhz you can use any number that is a multiple of 16, so 256, 320 etc are all valid.

I don’t recommend going past 352 Mhz on these unless you have really good cooling, as they get really unstable past the frequency and need to turn up voltage past 1v.

FutureBit MoonLander Scrypt Miner Hardware Specifications:

The Moonlander consists of a single Scrypt ASIC at its core that operates between 300kh/s to 1MH/s and consumes between 2-10 watts of power.

The ASIC is powered by an adjustable DC-DC buck supply that can output between .7v to 1.1v of core voltage, and is adjustable by turning the onboard potentiometer.

It also features communication LEDs so you can visually see whats going on with the board. The red LED flashes when communication is being sent to the ASIC, and the yellow LED flashes when the ASIC is responding. Lots of yellow flashes is a good thing, it usually means the ASIC has found a share.

The board is mounted to the heatsink with a strong thermal adhesive, since this ASIC is designed to dissipate heat through its bottom side. The heatsink is “oversized” for the heat output of the ASIC, but its recommended you always have some sort of airflow over the heatsink fins when its running especially for frequencies over 144 Mhz. You could get away with no airflow if your running it under 144 Mhz.

Official FutureBit MoonLander USB Scrypt Stick Software and Support Discussion

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