Breaking Update: Aleo Mining Dedicated Motherboard Hardware Released

Mining Technology 2years go (2022) minernav
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Aelo's Test3 has been going on for some time, and its computing power competition is quite fierce. Judging from the current mining algorithm, the Aleo project is a game of evaluating the comprehensive strength of the hardware combination.

For the Aleo miner machines, we need to optimize the balance between GPU and CPU, and we must focus on the cost of a single PPS, unit space and energy consumption to achieve the optimal cost, so that the mining efficiency can be improved.

Recently, Minernav received aleo mining hardware information contributions share from our miner friends, in addition to use the current mainstream servers that support multi-graphics cards to upgrade and transform, crypto mining hardware manufacturers have released dedicated motherboards for Aleo mining based on different CPU types to further optimize and Improve the performance of Aleo mining.

The following are the three reference models of the Aleo mining dedicated motherboard which has already been related to the market, they are quite similar to the previous ETH dedicated mining motherboard:

Aleo Mining Hardware Motherboard Shot

Breaking Update: Aleo Mining Dedicated  Motherboard Hardware Released
E5-ALEO-IDC Specification
Processor Intel Xeon E5 LGA2011-3 pin series processor
South Bridge C612 Chipset Series
Memory Tech:4 Channel DDR4, Support 2133/2400/2666/3000/3200MHZ

Max Capacity: 512G

Memory Slot: 16 288Pin DDR4

Rear I/O Ethernet: 2 Realtek Gigabit LANs

USB interface: 2 USB3.0: 2 USB2.0

JVGA: 1 standard 1X12PIN pin (optional interface)

Internal Connector PCIE: 6 (4 PCIE X16 3.0, 2 PCIE X8 3.0) (pitch 70MM)

USB ports: 2 (one FUSB can be transferred to two USB20 ports)

SATA/M-SATA interface: 2 SATA interfaces (6Gb/s): 1 M-SATA slot (6Gb/s)

JSATA-PWR: 1 1X4PIN SATA power socket

GPU-POWER: 8 2X3PIN PWR-IN power supply sockets 8 2X3PIN PWR-OUT power supply sockets: 2 2X4PIN PWR IN power supply sockets

FAN seat: 2 CPUs FAN: 8 1X4PIN horizontal graphics card fan seats

M.2 interface: 1 M.2 (NVME M.2)

Physical Size Size: 420 mm x 528 mm
Breaking Update: Aleo Mining Dedicated  Motherboard Hardware Released

X99-6PLUS-V2.0 Specification

Processor Intel Xeon E5 LGA2011-V3V4 pin series processor
South Bridge X99 Chipset Series
Memory Tech:4 Channel DDR4, Support 2133/2400/2666/3000/3200MHZ

Max Capacity: 256G

Memory Slot: 8 288Pin DDR4

Rear I/O Ethernet: 1 Realtek Gigabit LANs

USB interface: 2 USB3.0, 2 USB2.0

Internal Connector PCIE: 6 PCIEs (4 PCIE 16X 3.0: 2 PCIE 8X 3.0) (spacing 60MN

USB port: 2 USB3.0 (one FUSB can be transferred to two USB3.0 ports): 2 USB2.0 (one FUSB can be transferred to two USB20 ports)

SATA interface: 8 SATA interfaces

ATXPWR interface: 1 1x24Pin standard power socket; 2 1X8PIN power sockets

GPU-POWER: 5 2X3PIN PWR-OUT power supply sockets

S-FAN1 seat: 4 1X4PIN horizontal graphics card fan seats

Diagnostic card: 1

Environment Temperature Range Working Environment: Temperature: 0~50”C Humidity: 5%~95%

Storage Environment: Temperature: 20~70"C Humidity: 5%~95%

Physical Size Size: 330 mm x 518 mm
Breaking Update: Aleo Mining Dedicated  Motherboard Hardware Released
X98-ETH-V1.0 Specification
Processor Intel Xeon E5 LGA2011-V3V4 pin series processor
South Bridge X99 Chipset Series
Memory Tech:4 Channel DDR4, Support 2133/2400/2666/3000/3200MHZ

Max Capacity: 256G

Memory Slot: 8 288Pin DDR4

Rear I/O Ethernet: 1 Realtek Gigabit LANs

USB interface: 2 USB3.0, 2 USB2.0

Internal Connector PCIE: 8 slot (4 PCIE X16 3.0, 2 PCIE X8 3.0) (pitch 70MM)

USB ports: 2 (one FUSB can be transferred to two USB2.0 ports)

SATA interface: 2 SATA interfaces (6Gb/s)

ATXPWR interface: 1 1x24Pin standard power socket; 2 1X8PIN power sockets

GPU-POWER: 6 2X3PIN PWR-OUT power supply sockets

S-FAN1 seat: 4 1X4PIN horizontal graphics card fan seats

M-SATA: 1 M-SATA slot

Environment Temperature Range Working Environment: Temperature: 0~50”C Humidity: 5% to 95%

Storage environment: Temperature: -20~70C Humidity: 5%95%

Physical Size 330 mm x 601 mm
We have not tested the stability and power consumption performance of this series of motherboards, if we have further updated information, we will post it soon. The Aleo project team is still adjusting the Aleo mining code, but it should be very close to the mainnet launch time. The evolution of Aleo-related hardware will gradually change with the development of the project, and we will keep an eye on it. The above is the information sharing of the latest Aleo mining hardware equipment brought by Minernav. For more information, please follow our Twitter channel.

(Note: This article only represents Minernav's own remarks and opinions, for reference only, and does not constitute any investment advice.)

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