To mine Bitcoin in an efficient manner, you need a Bitcoin Mining Rig with some specialized Bitcoin Mining Hardware — namely a CPU, GPU, and RAM — and to bind it all together you'll need some effective Bitcoin Mining Software, like MineOS.
While there are a number of resources online dedicated to showing you how to build your own Bitcoin Mining Rig, we recommend opting for a pre-built setup, such as the Coinmine One for the average consumer, at least. Why? That's simple: convenience.
Let's stick with the Coinmine One as an example. It's the most intuitive all-in-one Bitcoin Mining Rig on the market, emitting less sound than an AC and pulling less power than a PlayStation 4 Pro — all while outputting a considerable Hashrate (outlined below).
Should you decide you no longer want to mine Bitcoin, you also have the option to mine a different Cryptocurrency, with the list including Ethereum and Monero. Then, when you want to switch back, you can do so in the Coinmine application for Android and iOS.
How To Make A Bitcoin Mining Rig
If you have your heart set on building a Bitcoin Mining Rig of your own, here's a look at the different hardware you will need to make it work. Keep in mind, though, that you'll also need to throw in some software to stitch the various pieces of the puzzle together.
◘ Graphics Card (GPU)
◘ Power Supply
◘ Processor (CPU)
◘ Storage (HDD or SSD)
One you've got all that, you're going to set aside some time to piece it all together, install the mining operating system of your choice (we may be a little biased, but we'd suggest going with MineOS), and then you'll be right as rain and ready to mine.