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Author Topic: GekkoScience is now dabbling with 16nm ASICs for new designs  (Read 76278 times)
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September 21, 2018, 09:16:02 PM
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When irritant first linked the Bitfury update a couple days ago I wasn't too excited because MOQ in the order form was over 200k chips. Leastways that's what I saw. It's been brought to my attention that the bottom of the list is now 500 chips, which is attainable.

Plus they've made what looks to be a pretty great footprint available that'll ease some manufacturing and design.

Suddenly I am quite excited.

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September 21, 2018, 09:40:00 PM
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Very cool. Smiley

Btw. I wonder if Niko Punin still works as the head of product development for Bitfury. He is no more listed as part of the team at the Bitfury website.
Edit: at least according to his LinkedIn profile, he is still working as the head of product development for Bitfury.
Maybe shoot him a message? Smiley

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September 22, 2018, 06:46:24 AM
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Nice sounds like someone is doing their job around here. I've been teasing the broker here about going grey and bald working on this. I think he's already getting lines to Bitfury, Bitwei has been hardest though even for just miner sales. Maybe Innosilicon will realize there is a market for chip sales and give this more attention. Or if there's a reorder it's much easier.

Can't wait to get the new GS stuff for photos again, and I can do another collection round Wink I'm up to five 2pacs so far lol

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October 31, 2018, 12:44:03 PM
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That'd be more interesting if I hadn't just bought a buttload of samples from Innosilicon.

Can't wait for your 16nm with the compensation. Smiley
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November 05, 2018, 11:52:27 PM
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When irritant first linked the Bitfury update a couple days ago I wasn't too excited because MOQ in the order form was over 200k chips. Leastways that's what I saw. It's been brought to my attention that the bottom of the list is now 500 chips, which is attainable.

Plus they've made what looks to be a pretty great footprint available that'll ease some manufacturing and design.

Suddenly I am quite excited.

Sadly their chipset and codebase is a bitch to work with. I have a working prototype but with what they are charging plus the current market not sure its worth making anything.

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November 05, 2018, 11:57:06 PM
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Interesting. I'm still stuck in paperwork. The pricing I was given was the best per-chip and per-hash price I've seen in a couple years though.

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December 12, 2018, 09:23:14 PM
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Interesting. I'm still stuck in paperwork. The pricing I was given was the best per-chip and per-hash price I've seen in a couple years though.

they are saying the clarke chips do 120gh per chip.. wow.  to make sticks with 2, of them  240gh  damn.


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