Modern miners on the market have up to 110 TH/s. Is this the true hash rate (singular SHA-256 hashes per second) or the net hashes relating to Bitcoin specifically (since Bitcoin involves double hashes 'SHA256(SHA256(x))'.
It refers to the number of block hash candidates the miners can try per second. While you can think of those as double SHA256, that is actually very far from what the hardware does.
It doesn't actually compute two hashes, in the sense that:
- it cannot take as input anything but a block header (with some specific structure, of which some parts are precomputed, in the case of ASICBoost),
- it doesn't output the result of the first hash,
- it doesn't actually even compute the full second hash result (only whether or not it has a certain number of zero bits up front)
If so, that would set its true hash rate of 220TH/s.
You could say that, but it's a meaningless metric. The hardware cannot actually perform 220 tera-SHA256's per second, for the reasons above.
The only thing it can do is try 110 tera-Bitcoin-block-candidates per second.