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April 27, 2015, 01:51:42 PM
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A while ago someone had a page that did all the math on cost per /kw/gh/BTCperday/cost with ROI and stuff, I can't seem to find it.. anyone have any ideas on or have a link to any sites that have done the maths?

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April 27, 2015, 02:07:57 PM
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best miner is the s5, produces 0.01 btc a day for 14.4 kw a day

one of this miner can be found for 1.5 btc(maybe a little more), so you need 5 months to break even if you have free electricity

and this is the best case scenario, now based on your electricity the break even time should double or triple

p.s. i think you was searvhing for this? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1039704.0
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April 27, 2015, 07:19:53 PM
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uhh,

so 14.4kw is 3.17$ per day on electricity for me (not counting heat/noise/space)

0.01 btc is 2.2$

so even if somebody sent me this fancy miner mentioned above for free just because he want to make me happy, I can't even start it..

holly shit, I was ~year out from this forum and so many things change.(


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April 27, 2015, 07:24:02 PM
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This page, for example: http://www.vnbitcoin.org/bitcoincalculator.php Not all the miners are included, but it is a very complete calculator in my opinion
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April 28, 2015, 06:35:01 PM
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A while ago someone had a page that did all the math on cost per /kw/gh/BTCperday/cost with ROI and stuff, I can't seem to find it.. anyone have any ideas on or have a link to any sites that have done the maths?

If you know your KW cost, rest can be calculated @ www.cloudmining.website/calculator.php
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April 29, 2015, 05:35:55 PM
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A while ago someone had a page that did all the math on cost per /kw/gh/BTCperday/cost with ROI and stuff, I can't seem to find it.. anyone have any ideas on or have a link to any sites that have done the maths?

If you know your KW cost, rest can be calculated @ www.cloudmining.website/calculator.php

Personally I would not rely on a "Cloud Mining Calculator" as my only source of information. Multiple calculators would seem like a better choice, though you may well get different answers.
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