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October 02, 2012, 02:08:14 AM
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i still wonder if the numbers are true, have to see first before believing
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October 24, 2012, 01:12:12 PM
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That is the data I used to make my choice:


BFL labs:                          Little Single: 21.64 Dollars per Gigahash         BitForce 'Little' Single SC  30 Gh/s - $649|                 649/30=21.6333333333
bASIC:                              27Gh/s bASIC 22.22 Dollars per Gigahash       27Gh/s bASIC NextGen Bitcoin Miner $599.99|         599.99/27= 22.2218518519

Also it is worthy to mention that the      54Gh/s bASIC is the best on the market at 19.8146296296 per Gigahash

I personally bought a Little Single because of the possibility of earlier delivery and its superiority to the 27 bASIC, If I had a Bigger Budget (If I wanted to take a higher risk) the 54Gh/s bASIC would be best.

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