Baikal Quadruple Mini Miner

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In late 2016, Baikal started producing and shipping its X11-based miners that support 6 different algorithms. The Application-Specific Integrated Circuit Baikal Quadruple Miner works with the X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark, and Qubit algorithms with good specs. The Mini Miner offers users about 150Mh/s hash rate in all algorithms, while the Quadruple Mini Miner is capable of 4 times the hashing rate. The Quadruple Mini Miner is the first dedicated mining device that provides a different mining experience for its six algorithms.

Highlights of Baikal Quadruple Miner

The Quadruple Mini Miner is just 4 Mini Miners stacked on top of each other to produce a hash rate of 600Mh/s and total power consumption of 192W. In appearance and build, the miner is very compact and weighs less than 1.8kg. The build quality is excellent, and though the design is strange, the low weight is a massive advantage because it helps in stacking. Thanks to the low power consumed, the miner is nowhere as noisy as other ASIC miners, so the Quadruple Mini Miner is suitable for mining at home. 


The Quadruple Mini Miner comes with a mini Computer Unit like the Raspberry Pi, which helps control the device, so there is no need to connect it to a computer. To set up and start mining, connect the device to your Ethernet Local Area Network(LAN), then open the web interface to control and monitor the device. Since the Quadruple miner is ASIC-supported, you can watch the device even while away. To get the IP address, the Quadruple Mini Miner uses DHCP protocol on your network. The miner's web interface is a modified version of Scripta for Raspberry Pi.

The Mini Miners are designed in a way that you can set them up on each other (up to four units) and make them work together as one single rig. This design means that you don't have to have an internet cable and router port assigned for each unit individually. You also can use only one power supply for the four units. Each Mini Miner produces 150 MH/s on average. The Quadruple Miner gives out 600 MH/s – the number of miners running simultaneously doesn't affect each unit's performance.

When you get the miner, there is no manual, no power supply, or any connector cables with it, so you'll need to get them yourself. There is no need for software as you only need to connect the device to your network and set up the web interface. The power supply is essential; you will need an adapter cable that can produce 12V 5A with a 2.5mm barrel size (2.1mm not supported).

Power Consumption

Power consumption is a significant factor to consider when getting a miner as it directly determines a miner's profitability. Here, the Quadruple Mini Miner has a massive advantage over other Application-Specific Integrated Circuits. (ASICs) by consuming the only 160W for the X11 algorithm. The power consumed is quite impressive as it drastically improves the profitability of the machine. The manufacturers, Baikal, had people who mine at home in mind while developing this device.

Multiple Algorithms

Like the Mini Miner, Baikal's Quadruple Mini Miner works with six different algorithms; the X11, X13, X14, X15, Quark, and Qubit algorithms. This offers you a whole new mining experience as you can mine different algorithms and coins at your comfort. Of all the algorithms, the X11 is the most popular and features the Dash coin. The X13 and X14 are profitable but relatively unknown. Each algorithm has different power consumptions, efficiency, and different hash rates.

Low Noise Level

Another incredible feature of the Baikal Quadruple Mini Miner is the low noise level of 50dB, which is almost soundless. Standard noise levels of other ASICs are about 60 to 80dB, which can be loud. This feature further cements that the Baikal Quadruple Mini Miner is a device suitable for home mining. 


Making a profit with the Baikal Quadruple Mini Miner is possible with its multiple algorithms. However, profitability now depends on the electricity rates in the area and market conditions. When the market favors the top coins, this miner profits.



Period /Day /Month /Year
Income $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Electricity $0.38 $11.40 $138.70
Profit $-0.38 $-11.40 $-138.70


Algorythm Hashrate Consumption Efficiency Profitability
X11 600Mh/s 160W 0.267j/Mh -$0.38/day

Disclaimer: The Above Profit Table is a carefully calculated estimate based on known real-time factors and Parameters. The actual values may or may not vary significantly from the values provided in the table above. The Above table is only meant to provide insights and afford Ideas to any cryptocurrency miner looking to purchase this particular Product for Mining Purposes.

Baikal Quadruple Mini Miner Specs & Features

Manufacturer Baikal
Model Quadruple Mini Miner
Release August 2016
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Size 140 x 100 x 355mm
Weight 1.72kg
Noise level 50db
Fan(s) 4
Power 160W
Voltage 12V SA
Interface Ethernet
Temperature 0 - 40 °C
Humidity 5 - 95 %

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