The Antminer L7 is a cryptocurrency mining rig designed by Bitmain. It’s built to mine Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, but can also be used to mine other cryptocurrencies like Litecoin and Dash.
The Bitmain Antminer L7 features two hashing boards, each with two SHA256 ASIC chips on them. The first hashing board contains the chips for mining Bitcoin (BTC) while the second board contains chips for mining Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
The L7 can be powered by either a power supply or an AC adapter, and it has six PCI-E ports for connecting GPUs or other mining hardware. A fan keeps the miner cool during operation, but there’s no need for additional cooling as long as you keep it in a well-ventilated area.
The Antminer L7 is an ASIC mining device designed to mine Bitcoin Cash. It was manufactured by Bitmain and released in October 2018. It uses the SHA-256 algorithm, and is based on Bitmain’s BM1387 chipset. The Antminer L7 has a hash rate of 14 Th/s, which means that it can produce 14 trillion hashes per second. It consumes between 800 W and 1,000 W of power while in operation. The L7 supports two plug configurations: US or EU.
The Antminer L7 was announced on October 10th, 2018 at the World Digital Mining Summit in Tbilisi, Georgia by Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu. It was launched with a price tag of $1,399 USD per unit and was available for pre-order immediately following its announcement. The first batch of Antminer L7s shipped out on November 18th, 2018 with orders placed after this date being delivered early 2019.