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May 24, 2013, 09:59:20 AM
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KnCMiner is showing off their FPGA in a few days Openday

Hi all,

This topic has been created especially for the Mars open day.

We have some pictures for you to look at as all parts are in the building
below is one the Mars blades with heat sinks mounted.



Then we have one without heat sinks mounted so you can see the chips.





Thanks

KnCMiner team

Their FPGA is almost ready,
Order the FPGA for $ 2,795.00
You get the FPGA.  
Automatically get in Queue for their ASIC scheduled for September,
Pay extra $1795 for the ASIC when its ready.
Get the ASIC.

Note: FPGAs and ASICs are worlds apart, ASIC dev and release might not be as fast as as FPGA.




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May 24, 2013, 10:01:05 AM
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They guys are Hot..

Something says that they have cracked it.

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May 24, 2013, 10:09:12 AM
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lol
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May 24, 2013, 03:03:44 PM
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Avalon cracked it,
ASICMiner followed suit,
BFL got ahead of themselves,
Knc schedules their ASIC for Sep.

Quote me:
kncminer will be irrelevant at the time of launch with the current product portfolio (Saturn and Jupiter).
To make themselves relevant they will have to announce miners in the scale of BitForce Mini Rig SC.

Keyword:Private projects




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Quote me:
kncminer will be irrelevant at the time of launch with the current product portfolio (Saturn and Jupiter).
To make themselves relevant they will have to announce miners in the scale of BitForce Mini Rig SC.


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May 24, 2013, 03:11:02 PM
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knc: ORSoC is a 9 years old, small but established company
buying ORSoC shares would be a good idea, their turnover could be really high this year compared to last.

And yet they could be easily overshadowed.

edit:
1.They are trying to implement 28nm.
The argument that 130/110nm is outdated is not true, die shrinks come after room for improvement in the current die size is exhausted. There is much scope for improvement in current 130/110nm dies.

2. The 28 nm is a High risk Slow return scenario.
Dev costs require a overhead of a few extra millions (over 130/110 nm) for a 28nm die, while actual returns in power savings can be significantly seen at( roughly, correct me if you find out otherwise)hash rates of around; 25k+ Thps only then does it make sense for 28nm and the power savings it brings.




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May 26, 2013, 02:52:53 AM
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FPGA  Cry
i hope it is an asic

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May 29, 2013, 12:45:43 AM
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Is this available in India?

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