Yes I did and yes it was DR3. However the average hashrate is not the 600 advertised it is only 550. They say + or - 5% but 550 is a little over 8% less. Even so I did conclude that it was worth it so I ordered another one a day after I received the first one. Unfortunately now it has been more than a week and nothing at all has happened with the second order. At least when I made the first order there were minor changes every few days, like it changed from "on hold" to "processing" after a few days and then they sent me a shipping notification after a few more days and then finally 5 days after that DHL received the package. This time my order went straight to "processing" and has been that way for more than a week. My second order number is 12 numbers higher than my first order so they aren't getting swamped with orders exactly. I think they just don't have the capacity to build a lot of these things and I don't think they have them ready to go despite the web page saying they are "in stock". It took 2 weeks between making my order and receiving the first one, all signs point to it taking even longer on the second.
Hi . I'm a newbie and I have a doubt regarding this dr3. I have gone through pinidea website , they have quoted the price around 800 $ . Though it offers much MH for its price , it consumes 345 w .
I have also gone through about baikal quadruple. It costs around 1200$ , but consumes on 160 watt . In the long run , won't this power capacity make a difference .
Am I wrong thinking Bikal ASIC miner , can be used for 2 years ( avg ) . I saw some seller(east shore),mentioning they will help repair these things for lifetime ( though cost is applicable ) .
Can you suggest me , which is best hardware to choose if I were to buy in the coming month . And how long can I expect the miner to run .