Optimise the performance of your GPU rigs by finding the balance between higher hashrate and lower power consumption. Higher hashrate will increase your income, while lower energy consumption will reduce your costs. This can be done by using the Scheduler feature of Hive OS (we will provide more details a bit later).
Overclock your ASICs with Hiveon ASIC firmware. Again, you can increase your hashrate and your income will grow as well. For example, the firmware for the S17 Pro can increase the hashrate up to 85 TH/s (with liquid cooling). In turn, the maximum hashrate for the stock firmware is only 50.3TH/s. Read more about how much you can earn with the Hiveon ASIC firmware here.
Choose a pool with minimum fees. By the way, Hiveon pool has no fees and we also pay transaction fees. The less you spend on paying commissions, the more you get. Another important point — when mining on a pool, you will receive payments more often than when mining alone. This means that your income will be more stable.
Choose the most profitable and stable coins. For instance, ETH is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies, and its value does not fluctuate too radically. Other examples may include GRIN, BEAM, ETC, and RVN (do your own research as their values tend to fluctuate).
Use flight sheets to create different combinations of wallets, pools, coins and miners. Switching between them takes just a couple of clicks. More information can be found here.
Create farms — in this way you will be able to apply actions to workers in bulk (to the entire farm at once).
Use tags to easily distinguish problem workers, label devices with certain nuances, and separate customers in one farm (this is useful if you are a mining hotel owner, and will give you the opportunity to apply actions in bulk).
Track statistics for farms and specific devices to stay on top of power consumption, hashrate, temperature, and more. All statistics can be exported.
Hive OS can be installed on devices massively — this is much easier than installing the system on every single worker.
Perform various actions in bulk (for example, applying a flight sheet or changing the overclocking profile).
Use Hiveon ASIC firmware. First of all, when using it, you can use Hive OS for free. Secondly, the autotuning function will tune the already “tired” chips, so that they will consume less power and work more efficiently. Thirdly, the firmware can reduce power consumption in general.
Use the Hive OS downvolting function — in this way your rigs will consume less power.
Use the Hive OS Scheduler feature to switch the modes automatically. This can be useful if, for example, electricity is cheaper in your area at night. Thus, you can set up the devices to work in the downvolting mode during the day, and at night they will overclock and bring you more income.
Use the Hive OS autofan feature — it will automatically maintain the right temperature of your devices. They will not overheat, which means they will not be idle, and you will not have to spend money on repairs or even buying new devices. Temperature watchdogs can also help you avoid overheating and its unwanted effects. We also recommend that you take care of the ventilation in the room — this way your devices will “live” longer, and, again, you will spend less on repairing them.