Hi,Is there any way to disable temp control as sometimes when other miners are working it reduce hashing speed by 50% on same temps.
Please try refreshing the page, sometimes the temperature readings are not correct when first loaded after a restart. Also, please wait about 2 to 5 mins after it has restarted to check your PLL, it looks like it is still going through it's self test.
Nothin' Its error in firmware, as was seyd early posts.
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Thank you for your reply. I did not sew a miner. how do I reduce the temperature?) Fans as a reactive noise. Yes, the temperature is 35-40 degrees. but it's sad that at 40 degrees reduces the hashtrajt. with such a roar of fans)) how can you reduce the sensitivity to temperature?Hi,
Have you modified the firmware? Some of those headings displayed are not the regular displays of the DM11G. Can you please take a screenshot showing what firmware version you are using?
You can try to re-image the TF card to iBeLink DM11G Firmware Version 3.5.25 and see if it resolves the issue. Here is a burning software if you need one.
The low hashrate is most likely due to the high temperatures you are getting (40C) which has lowered the PLL of each hashing blade. If you can lower the temperatures to around 35C, it should get set back to normal.
Hi,Thank you for your reply. I did not sew a miner. how do I reduce the temperature?) Fans as a reactive noise. Yes, the temperature is 35-40 degrees. but it's sad that at 40 degrees reduces the hashtrajt. with such a roar of fans)) how can you reduce the sensitivity to temperature?