# Mining conversion calculator - convert to kH/s, MH/s, GH/s, TH/s, PH/s

## How to use the Power Conversion Calculator?

To use this calculator, simply enter the hashing power of your mining hardware and it will automatically convert to all other units.

Do you have a new ASIC or just installed a new GPU for mining? Perhaps you are looking for a way to convert your hash cardinality from one unit to another?

With this simple hash calculator, you can convert Hash to KiloHash, MegaHash, GigaHash, TeraHash, PetaHash, ExaHash, ZettaHash and vice versa.

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For example, the current hashrate of the Bitcoin network is 33 Ph/s. To convert this value to TeraHash, or GigaHash, you can use this calculator. So why convert hashrate?

For example, let's say you have an ASIC capable of delivering 14 TH/s. You can use a calculator to convert and compare your hashrate to the total network hashrate. The higher the hash rate, the faster you can solve the block.

You can convert the mining pool hashrate and compare it with the results shown in the block explorer. We provide this simple example to give you a general idea of how you can use the calculator.

**Note**. The hashing algorithm used by each coin is different, so the hash rate matters. For example, Ethereum uses the Ethash algorithm (a modified version of Dagger-Hashimoto), and its complexity is measured in hashes. But Zcash uses the Equihash algorithm, and its complexity is measured in Sol/s (decisions per second). So when converting, enter the correct metric and do not confuse it with another algorithm, as you get completely different speeds.

Hashrate Unit | Hashrate | Hashes per second |
---|---|---|

1 kH/s | 1000 | One thousand |

1 MH/s | 1,000,000 | One million |

1 GH/s | 1,000,000,000 | One billion |

1 TH/s | 1,000,000,000,000 | One trillion |

1 PH/s | 1.000.000.000.000.000 | One quadrillion |

1 EH/s | 1.000.000.000.000.000.000 | One quintillion |

1 ZH/s | 1.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 | One sextillion |

## Difference between H/s, kH/s, MH/s, GH/s, TH/s, PH/s, EH/s and ZH/s

All of these units (kH/s, Mh/s, GHs, etc.) are generic terms used in mining operations. This is the speed at which a given mining hardware solves a block. This is all called hash rate and is calculated as the hash rate generated per second (H/s). Hash rates are measured in standard metric prefixes in the same way that mass, volume, length, and time are expressed.

kH/s (kilo hashes per second) = 1000 H/s

MH/s (Mega hashes per second) = 1,000,000 H/s

GH/s (giga hashes per second) = 1,000,000,000 H/s

TH/s (tera hashes per second) = 1,000,000,000,000 H/s

**Note**. Except for the k in kH/s, all other units are indicated in capital letters. The capital letter K represents Kelvin, which is the base unit of temperature in the International System of Units.