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June 30, 2011, 03:51:43 PM
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Hey -- Management appears to restrict experts from chiming in.  But I would comment that the thread 'Modular FPGA Miner Hardware Design Development' is VERY amusing ....
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August 28, 2018, 01:11:15 AM
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FINALLY WE ARE HERE!

I am crypto miner by night and an electronics hardware designer by trade for the past 10 years. I have been working delicately with a team and we are going to come up with a  custom design of FPGA miner running at approx. 8GH/s mining 0xBitcoin consuming less than 60Watt from simulation.  AT AN EXTREME ATTRACTIVE COST!

The design is based on 4x Altera FPGA. The first proto has been completed and currently respinning to a final proto board in 10 days.

I got some picture of my board the cooling system is a copper heat conduction tube with Aluminium radiator and the fan case is 3D printed. The cooling circuit is PWM controlled.
Intel Altera FPGA Miner https://imgur.com/gallery/70lNLmm

This year, we are able to manufacture totally 1600 FPGA cards as such, 2 weeks ago 600 of them have been pre-ordered by a mining facility, so now we have 1000 cards to be available and are going to put into production in mid September 2018 and YOU will be able to receive them by the end of October 2018.

The price of each card is $3200 USD!

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August 28, 2018, 03:13:19 AM
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FPGA Mining (PCIE X8)card Specifications

•   FPGA Bitstream Reconfigurable
•   Current release Algorithm: 0x (ZRX) series currency
•   Subsequence algorithms will be released (to be determined)
•   Operating system Supports:  Windows x86 64-bit. It is recommended to be Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 64-bit versions.
•   Hash Rate: Keccak 9GH/s
•   Power consumption Per Card: less than 65 Watt
•   Operating temperature: -20 to 60C
•   Card size: length and width: 225x90 mm, thickness (without radiator): 5mm
•   Radiator (length, width and height): 190x60x14 mm
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September 21, 2018, 03:14:45 AM
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FINALLY WE ARE HERE!

I am crypto miner by night and an electronics hardware designer by trade for the past 10 years. I have been working delicately with a team and we are going to come up with a  custom design of FPGA miner running at approx. 8GH/s mining 0xBitcoin consuming less than 60Watt from simulation.  AT AN EXTREME ATTRACTIVE COST!

The design is based on 4x Altera FPGA. The first proto has been completed and currently respinning to a final proto board in 10 days.

I got some picture of my board the cooling system is a copper heat conduction tube with Aluminium radiator and the fan case is 3D printed. The cooling circuit is PWM controlled.
Intel Altera FPGA Miner https://imgur.com/gallery/70lNLmm

This year, we are able to manufacture totally 1600 FPGA cards as such, 2 weeks ago 600 of them have been pre-ordered by a mining facility, so now we have 1000 cards to be available and are going to put into production in mid September 2018 and YOU will be able to receive them by the end of October 2018.

The price of each card is $3200 USD!



Hey!

OCTOMINER here, we have a big client base and we could offer it to our clients.
PM me the details and let's talk. I tried to PM you but you have PM from "noobies" disabled.
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