Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What cryptocurrencies can Comino mine right now?
Question: What else can Comino be used for besides mining?
Question: How much heat does the device produce? How can I know whether this is a lot or not?
Question: How much electricity does it consume?
Question: Will my room turn into a sauna?
Question: Is it possible to connect the device to the house water system?
Question: Is there a Wi-Fi option?
Question: What are the size and weight of the device?
Question: Does it work when it's humid?
Question: At what temperatures does the device work normally?
Question: What about warranty and lifetime?
Question: Is it possible to install my software inside Comino?
Question: When ETH switches to POS, how can I use Comino? / What happens when ETH goes POS?
Question: Can I change the video cards myself?
Question: Can I sell cards if they become obsolete?
Question: What the hashrate is?
Question: What is the device noise level?
Question: Do you update the machine at all after a longer time? The software?
Question: Is that possible to dual-mine?
Question: Why is Comino so expensive?
Question: How much dust does the device collect?
Question: What is Comino's efficiency?
Question: How many ETH and ZCash per month on average can I get on one COMINO?
Question: How quickly will Comino pay off? How can this be calculated?
Question: What is the recommended type of power supply? Is a separate power supply needed?
Question: What is the recommended internet connection to use with the miners? Is regular DSL wifi connection ok, or is cable internet or other high-speed connection needed?
Question: What differs Comino from other miners?
Question: What nozzle do I need to remove the case cover?
Question: Can I regulate the heat release? What shall I do in summer?
Question: It [Comino N1] has a sleek clean look and pretty compact, although I do have to ask the point of watercooling for ETH hash algo? This makes more since for GPU heavy aglos like LYRA2v2 or Equihash where that watercooling can get you high core clocks.
Question: I used the 106 gpu. It is mid range not high end gpu. It is like a 1060. I built a lot of gpu rigs. You should not have used the 106. A four card 102 gpu would be smaller and with the new ethhardener software could do 220 to 220 at ETH. Far less power as it would be more efficient. And it would have been smaller so you could have saved money. Frankly I like what you built but A four card 102 gpu would have used less power and hashed higher. Plus smaller in size.
Question: How to connect two different PSUs?
Question: Damn. The product looks like an amazing piece of engineering. However, the website itself is also superbly designed and is really eye-catching, i felt like i was playing a video game just going through the user interface. Kudos to your hardware and software engineering teams. It's just too bad this is coming at a time like this when GPU mining seems to be ending. Hopefully the remaining of 2018 turns around for GPUs.
Question: Is it worth mining?