EMI Immersion Mining
What Is Immersion Mining?
Immersion mining is the process of fully submerging mining machines into liquid for cooling. Compared to traditional air-cooling, immersion mining improves machine performance and efficiency.
Overall, immersion mining delivers a reduction in costs and increased profits! At EMI we are taking immersion mining technology one step further by submerging miners in our proprietary, biodegradable cooling-liquid within our Immersion Mining Pods (IMPs) and housed inside our Elite Mobile Units.
Air Mining vs. EMI Immersion Mining
*Using the S17 Pro at BTC prices of $55,000 and a KwH price of $0.041
The EMI Advantage
Liquid Cooled Immersion Mining & Mobile Mining Units
Our proprietary liquid cooled immersion mining system and custom-designed mobile cooling solution provide high density with great efficiency. This mining technique is more challenging but has distinct advantages over traditional mining methods:
Immersion Mining with EMI
Elite Mining Inc offers several options for immersion mining technology. The minimum amount to start is 1 MW. Are you interested in our immersion and/or hosting solutions or want to partner with us, contact us now!
Why Use Liquid Cooled Immersion?
Clock Speed, Hashrate & Profit
Clock Speed is the rate of speed that a processor performs calculations or completes processing cycles. These calculations are measured by what is known as Hashrate.
Hashrate is the measure of calculations or “hashes” per second a miner performs to find the next block in the blockchain. Blocks are completed by solving difficult math equations, verifying transactions and performing encryptions that secure the network.
Clock speed and hashrate directly increase the rate at which your miner can earn cryptocurrency. Miners with increased hashrates highly efficient and are rewarded “cryptocurrency” for finding blocks.
Increased Clock Speeds = Increased Hashrate
Increased Hashrate + Overclocking = More Transactions Verified
More Transactions Verified = More Potential PROFIT!
Overclocking & Thermal Limitations
Overclocking requires more electricity, which in-turn generates more heat. By continuing to increase the clock speed, the miner will eventually get too hot for it’s bolt-on fans and reach its Thermal Limitations.
When an ASIC miner is built, the manufacturer puts a Thermal Limiter on its clock speed in order to protect the card from overheating. If the miner reaches temperatures that its sensors deem unsafe, it will decrease clock speed by “thermal throttling,” which impacts your mining efficiency resulting in less potential profit.
Overcoming Thermal Limitations With
Liquid Cooled Immersion
Liquid cooling solves the thermal limitations caused by overclocking. Liquid Cooled Immersion is when you submerge a miner in a thermally (not electrically) conductive liquid or oil. Liquid has a higher thermal conductivity than air. This means that liquid is better at moving heat than air, enabling a liquid submerged miner to use more electricity to increase the speed and profitability without reaching damaging temperatures.