The cryptocurrency space allows people to create their own business and reach a global audience from day one. MinerDude is one of those projects, as everyone should be able to access affordable mining. Albeit the company only serves US customers right now, they are trying to make a name for themselves.
People who have an interest in mining cryptocurrency may know that graphics cards are still a viable option. Not for Bitcoin mining, per se, but most of the alternative cryptocurrencies can be mined with a smaller investment. However, it’s hard to store five or six GPU’s connected to one motherboard in a convenient manner. Putting together such a build can be a tedious process as well.
MinerDude Offers Convenient Mining Solutions
This is where MinerDude comes into the picture, as they offer custom-built frames for GPU mining. Anywhere from four to six cards can be supported, and new components are used for every build. But the company does not only offer pre-built hardware configurations.
With a large focus on customer service after the sale – which most other companies may tend to overlook – MinerDude sets itself apart from the competition. Phone and remote tech support are both available to MinerDude customers. Moreover, custom and bulk orders are available on request. It’s nice to see smaller companies like these fill a need for a niche market.
Among the products offered by MinerDude are the card frames themselves, as well as complete mining rigs. Frames will start at US$250, and mining rigs start at US$2,299. Depending on how powerful the mining operation has to be, prices may vary. All of these rigs are custom-tailored for Ethereum mining, but it is possible to mine altcoins as well.
Most companies selling mining equipment work on a pre-order basis, and hardly have any devices in stock. MinerDude is different in that regard, as all of their products can be purchased and shipped right away. Moreover, all of their products come with free shipping, factory warranty on the parts, and Wifi out of the box.
All of the hardware specs can be found on the relevant product pages. Customers purchase a complete rig, though, including a CPU, RAM, SSD, and mining software. Once the client receives the package, they can plug it in anywhere, set up an Internet connection through wifi – or Ethernet – and start mining right away.
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