Chip failure will cause the hash board's hash rate not to meet the normal standard. If the hash rate of one of the hash boards is significantly lower than that of the other, the chip failure can be ruled out.
According to the test fixture log shows, the No.80 ASIC chip is faulty, and it is recommended to replace the faulty chip directly (this fixture test reports that the chip number is faulty, indicating that the power supply of the hash board is not abnormal).
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