GPU/ASIC Profitability Ranking

Most Profitable Coins To Mine With ASIC Iceriver KS3

IceRiver KAS KS3 mines the kHeavyHash algorithm with a maximum hash rate of 8Th/s with a power consumption of 3200W.

KS3 has an advanced cooling system with high-quality fans that prevent machine overheating and maintain consistent temperatures for mining.

ASIC Iceriver KS3 Mining Hashrate

KHeavyHash
8000000 Mh/s

ASIC Iceriver KS3 Mining Profit

CryptocurrencyCryptocurrencyPriceCurrent DifficultyMining Profit 24h
KaspaKAS
Price
0.17 $
0.97%
Current Difficulty
170.01 P
1.24%
Mining Profit 24h
90.68 $
538.42 KAS
0.17 $0.97%170.01 P1.24%90.68 $538.42 KAS

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ASIC Iceriver KS3 Payback Period

The ASIC Iceriver KS3 payback period depends on its efficiency (hashrate), selling price, and energy consumption. The estimate features Asic recommended retail price - $13999, but you can change it to the price you actually paid for your ASIC. The energy expenses are not taken into account in the calculation. The ASIC hashrate corresponds to the factory set overclocking parameters.

Price for ASIC Iceriver KS3
$
Payback
5months
Cryptocurrency
~
90.68 $per day

ASIC Iceriver KS3 Overclocking for Mining

It is possible to overclock ASIC miners to increase their hash rate and improve mining profitability. However, overclocking can also lead to increased power consumption, higher temperatures, and reduced lifespan of the miner. It is important to note that overclocking ASIC miners can also void the warranty and may lead to irreversible damage to the hardware. Therefore, it is recommended to proceed with caution and only overclock within safe limits.

When overclocking ASIC miners, it is important to use trusted firmware and follow manufacturer guidelines. Some mining hardware manufacturers offer official overclocking tools and instructions, which can help ensure safe and effective overclocking. Before attempting to overclock, it is also important to ensure proper cooling and ventilation for the miner. Increased power consumption and higher temperatures can lead to overheating and potential hardware failure.