Both miners have an in-built dual-tube heat dissipation system, that allegedly makes heat dissipate in a more efficient manner. This should also contribute to the general life-span of the hardware and also bring more stability to its performance.
In addition, Bitmain also claims that there are higher cybersecurity standards implemented in the two new S17 ASICs which have the role of protecting the devices against malicious attacks.
The release of S17e and T17e is scheduled to be executed in three batches in three consecutive days. The first batch is set to take place on Sept. 9, 19:00 GMT+8, with the first deliveries expected to be made in the first 10 days of November. The second batch is to be released at the same hour on Sept 10th and delivered between Nov. 11 and ending on Nov. 20.
The third final batch is also scheduled to be sold at the same time on Sept. 11, with a delivery period between Nov. 21 and ending on Nov. 30.
The giant ASIC manufacturer has plans of increasing by 50% its capacity in the next six months relying on its purchase of 600,000 mining chips.
Bitmain also announced that it will be compensating clients that have delays with their S17 miner delivery order. Customers who did not receive their orders on time will receive from Bitmain coupons for each day of delay. The coupons consist of pay per share rewards of the mining pool and deductions from the electricity fee.
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