In close proximity to each COM port there are status and activity LEDs. The first row is pretty easy to understand but the 2nd set are not marked. **EDIT** I later found on the 2nd set of LEDs are mapped as the 1st set for the 2nd COM port. 1/5 2/6 3/7 4/8***
Closeup of the ASIC ICs. They are unmarked so I can not look up any information on the chips used. There are a total of 64 on each BTC-24GH creating a total output of 24GH/s.
To Install the BTC-24GH, you will need to find a stable location with ample air flow to cool the board. Biostar recommended each IC to be maintained below 90c. Yes I said 90c!! I also was shocked by this number. I was disappointed to not find the stands shown in the stacked board pic above in my box. So I will have to find another way to insure air flow around the board during operation. Insert the 4 pin end of the COM cable to the USB PCB, the USB connects to your host PC. As I am not stacking boards only the 24pin+ 4 pin atx is used from the PSU. The 20 cable is inserted in the pic for show.
Simple to setup hardware wise. Time to install software and see if I can get it up and running. Be back later today. I need coffee! Thanks for reading!!