What is hashrate fluctuation?
Hashrate fluctuation is common as mining machines are not consistently in a stable state. It is sufficient for the average hashrate to remain stable. Additionally, it can be influenced by network connections, mining rigs, and other factors that miners should carefully observe.
The reasons and the solutions for the hashrate fluctuation or decrease:
1. The miner is not warmed up, and the hashrate is low after the miner is on
It takes up to 10-15 minutes (some models may require around 30 minutes) for the miner to reach the normal hashrate after reboot. If the miner restarts automatically, please change to a new power device to test if it was due to an abnormality in the power source.
2. Incomplete display of the Miners' hash board data
If the hashrate displayed on the hash board is lower than the actual hashrate, re-plug the hash board cables (or replace the damaged cables) and restart the miner. If it still fails, please contact the miner manufacturer for further technical support.
3. Zero hashrate and abnormal temperature
If the hash board is connected but the hashrate and the number of chips are showing "0", or the temperature reading is abnormal (different from other hash boards), try re-plugging the hash board cables and restarting the miner. If the issue persists, contact the miner manufacturer for further technical support.
4. Network delay or the up and down bandwidth is too low or overlaps too much (mostly shows up as a high rejection rate in the mining pool)
Please kindly check whether your network connection is working well.
5. The temperature exceeds the limit, causing the miner to go into high-temperature protection mode or restart
Please improve ventilation and lower the miners by installing a water curtain, air conditioner, fan, and other cooling equipment.
6. Hardware failure
The miner may have loose cables, damaged chips, etc. Please contact the manufacturer's customer support.
Please submit a ticket to us if there are any other problems.