You must buy one ethOS for each rig on bitcoin mining pool ssd you plan to use ethOS. GTX 900 and GTX 1000 series.
Supports multiple coins: Ready to mine Ethereum, Zcash, Monero and many other gpu-minable coins. Supports all hardforks and softforks: No need for extra Blockchain storage, blockchain syncing handled by pools and wallets. Works on your hardware: Running on thousands of rigs with thousands of different components. Remote configuration: Instruct rig to remote reboot, set core clocks, mem clocks, fan control, pool info, and other settings remotely.
Extremely lightweight: Works with weakest possible CPU made in the last 5 generations on only 2gb of ram. GPU overheat protection: GPUs will automatically throttle or turn off if they reach temperature thresholds. Stratum enabled: Automatically configured to mine via efficient stratum. Easy KVM: A terminal window opens with focus on boot, no mouse required. Easy update: Update to the latest ethOS version with a single command. Bios flashing: atiflash utility allows for quick gpu bios flashing. Development ethOS was released in February of 2016.
All proceeds from ethOS sales are distributed among the development team. Limitations of Scope The following features are possible on ethOS, but must be done without the support of ethOS developers or staff. Performing the below actions should be done at your own risk. Installing on HDDs or USB 2. Getting Support There is no email or skype support for ethOS. Please see the “Getting Support” section of the ethOS knowledge base. Licensing ethOS is released under the “Small Goat with Red Eyes” license.
Certain files, that are distributed along-side ethOS, may be licensed under separate license agreements. The GNU General Public license does not extend to these files. End-users must remove these files prior to distributing ethOS itself. MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with ethOS.