I will explain you the process of overclocking Baikal BK-X which is used for mining 7 algorithms including X11, Quark, Qubit, Myriad-Groestl, Skein, Nist5, X11Gost. Furthermore, Baikal BK-X supports the maximum hash rate of 10Gh/s for the power consumption of 630W.
You can check the profitability of Baikal BK-X from here
- BK-X is manufactured by Baikal
- Model is also known as Giant X10
- Model released in November 2017
- Size – 125 x 130 x 312mm
- Weight – 3700g
- Chip Boards – 3
- Noise Level – 65db
- Supports only one fan
- Power Consumption – 630W
- Wires – 6 * 6pins
- Voltage – 12V
- Interface – Ethernet
- Temperature – 0 – 40 °C
- Humidity – 5 – 95 %
Minable Coins by Baikal BK-X –
Digibyte(DGB), CannabisCoin(CANN), MonetaryUnit(MUE), Dash(DASH), Quark(QRK), Bulwark(BWK), Sibcoin(SIB), Myriad-Groestl(XMY), DigitalpriceClassic(DPC), Onix(ONX).
People who are unaware of overclocking is the process of getting the maximum amount of performance of a device which is more than default configuration done by the manufacturer. Since, manufacturer design and gives stability to devices to handle more amount of clock speed, we can take advantage to get more performance from a CPU or GPU by configuring the hardware components. This process gets heated as other components such as RAM are also involved in this process. In the worst case, you can lose your device. So, take care while configuring your device and after completing the process of overclocking your Warranty will get void.
To overclock your Baikal BK-X, try this command in Ubuntu
sudo dfu-util -a 0 -d 0483:df11 -s 0x08000000:leave -U /home/baikal/tmp.bin
You should have an access to the Biakal Giant after this command, and if not let me know.