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June 24, 2015, 06:18:30 PM
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Anyone seen this??

http://www.cybtc.org/article-61-1.html

Bitmain! Dogie!

Have u guys seen this & whats ur thoughts??

Any chance something like this might get done on Bitmain products in the future??

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On another note how about building the biggest miner u can but undervolted???

Think about this for a minute cause i dont want u to say fuck we will just boost the power & overclock it...

Think about this... (This is what bitmains S4 was based on so im using there data)

If a S4 could run 40 chips (As it does) and downclock to 0.60v or 0.48 w/g on wall



and achieve 1000gh (1th) 481w on the wall.

Then u could achieve a 3024gh (3th) miner running at 1443w at the wall....

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Hey bitmain if u have so many BM1382 asics left over here's an idea!

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June 24, 2015, 06:44:28 PM
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Sorry i just found this thread

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=526060.0

please close, I've asked the 2nd question elsewhere..

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