The ASIC alerts audit is available under the activity tab in the diagnostic and shows the current grade from the data obtained yesterday and a small historical chart for the performance of the last week. The grade is determined depending on how many ASIC alerts you got. The more alerts per worker, the lower the grade.
Alerts are one of the mechanisms that are helping you to keep your mining operation in good health. However, receiving too many alerts just isn't efficient. You probably won't even read them since there are too many of them and it will be very hard to examine your 24h activity log. This is why it is OK to receive some alerts, but not too many of them.
Getting a lot of ASIC alerts in one day can mean that there is something wrong with one or more ASIC boards. We suggest to carefully examine the situation and maybe check what are the ASIC specifications through our ASIC miners page. Click on your ASIC's name to see more details on the number of boards and expected hashrates. The number of detected boards can be seen in the worker's list by putting the mouse over hashrate information or by opening the worker's profile and checking the hardware table.
Do note that some ASICs (for example, Dayun Zig Z1) are known for unreliable reporting regarding the boards. This means that not all boards are always reported and the hashrates per boards are frequently changing. If you have a lot of such ASICs, we suggest to turn off ASIC alerts and try to solve individual issues with triggers.
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