Antminer S5



Hash Rate :  1155 GH/s ±5%
Power Consumption :  590 W (at the divider)
Power Efficiency :  0.51 J/GH (at the divider)
Appraised Voltage :  12V
Aspects :  298 mm x 137 mm x 155 mm
Cooling :  1x 12038 fan
Working Conditions : 0 °C to 35 °C
Confirmed By :  FCC/CE
Network Connection : Ethernet


1. Power utilization figures change with your PSU’s productivity, the encompassing working temperature and the exactness of the power meter.
2. PSU: A power supply unit is excluded, and you should give an ATX PSU. There are 4 PCI-e connectors for +12V DC info and each of the four are required. Try not to associate more than one PSU to the equivalent hashing board.




The Antminer S5 builds on the S1 and S3 foundations but has the more efficient BM1384 chip. Bitmain’s Antminer S1 was deliver to the market a little more than a year prior. To mine, diggers don’t need to forfeit space or commotion levels. The Antminer  was the primary home excavator’s staple, and it was moved up to the Antminer S3 seven months after the fact.

The New Cooling Solution

  • The top of the chips will heat up, as they are power by a chain-style design on the PCB. This PCB layout concentrates heat on one side of the board making heat diffusion efficient.
  • Two heat sinks made from aluminium draw heat to the center of the miner. This allows for the S5 to be keep cool and quiet by one fan.


Chip Specifications: BM1384

The BM1384, Bitmain’s third generation Bitcoin mining ASIC is a significant improvement over the BM1382 chip. The hashrate per voltage 0.75V has been increased by more than 20% and power consumption reduced by 30%. This is the result months of hard work, investment and dedication to the Bitcoin ecosystem.

Miner Experience Revolution – Manage your miner with ease

  • Monitoring the status of miners
  • Modifications to pool configuration
  • Firmware Upgrade
  • Administrative privileges shared over the internet