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July 05, 2013, 05:24:10 AM
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With August delivery being offered as earliest date, can we assume that the "original" Bitfury miners sold by for example Metabank might ship as early as early/mid August as well?

I think Bitfury stated that the Metabank miners could take a little longer because they were going to try to run them a bit hotter/more power which would take more work. 

The 100TH design was lower power but more chips and higher density.  Apparently that approach is a simpler and a more quickly available PCB design.

I can't imagine that Metabank and its customers who paid weeks ago will be happy if bitfury ships a bunch of miners elsewhere before they get theirs.
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July 05, 2013, 05:27:22 AM
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With August delivery being offered as earliest date, can we assume that the "original" Bitfury miners sold by for example Metabank might ship as early as early/mid August as well?

I think Bitfury stated that the Metabank miners could take a little longer because they were going to try to run them a bit hotter/more power which would take more work. 

The 100TH design was lower power but more chips and higher density.  Apparently that approach is a simpler and a more quickly available PCB design.

I can't imagine that Metabank and its customers who paid weeks ago will be happy if bitfury ships a bunch of miners elsewhere before they get theirs.

The way I understand it... BF is just providing the chips.  It is Metabank's engineers that are making decisions on chip density/power etc.

Again... this is just my understanding (from 5K miles away)  Wink

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July 05, 2013, 05:35:34 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?
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July 05, 2013, 05:41:53 AM
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Sory to disappoint you US guys, but bitfury says US is likely to be the last country he'd like to ship to. He wants you to enjoy BFL  Grin

Or may be hes just kidding

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July 05, 2013, 05:45:11 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

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July 05, 2013, 05:50:37 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
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July 05, 2013, 05:58:59 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
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Just compare gh/s output and W usage per gh/s. Not rocket science.
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July 05, 2013, 05:59:31 AM
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Local pick up available?
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July 05, 2013, 05:59:54 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
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400 GH/s divided by 18600 Euros includes VAT and shipping inside the EU.

46.5 Euros per GH/s for a complete system... not sure if that is heat sinks as well. Ships when? August.

What’s included:

1 Master board
16 hashing boards with 16 Bitfury 55nm ASIC chips for total of 256 chips
Raspberry Pi Model B with SD card and software pre-installed
2 x Ring terminal to Molex-Jr adapter cable
Instructions for assembly and setup


Need psu, heat sinks, heat sink compound or pads as well as fans and you are good to go in August.

Now go ahead and compare that to BFL, Klondikes, BitBurner XX, Avalon, Avalon Clones.

Guessing it is a GAME CHANGER this. Considering you only need 400 W power supply.

Overclocking? Interested in upper limits as I want to use oil submersion.

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July 05, 2013, 06:06:10 AM
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So it looks like the chips on the 25GH/s miner are running at 1.5625Gh each, is this correct? I suppose this is because there is no dedicated cooling system provided. Meaning, if you care to cool the chips properly, the 25Gh model becomes a 43.2Gh one?
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July 05, 2013, 06:08:18 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
cheers.

Sure

2.7 GH for about $20 makes 135MH/$
282 MH for about $7 makes 40MH/$

Three times cheaper

And 0.8 W/GH << 7 W/GH

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July 05, 2013, 06:11:27 AM
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Local pick up available?
Define local Smiley

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July 05, 2013, 06:13:47 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
cheers.

Need psu, heat sinks, heat sink compound or pads as well as fans and you are good to go in August.

Now go ahead and compare that to BFL, Klondikes, BitBurner XX, Avalon, Avalon Clones.

Guessing it is a GAME CHANGER this. Considering you only need 400 W power supply.

Overclocking? Interested in upper limits as I want to use oil submersion.

We actually think this could be run without heatsinks at normal room temperatures. The board will run hot, but not too hot. A little fanning will go a long way. (remember those GPU times Wink

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July 05, 2013, 06:19:08 AM
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Perhaps we should get a group buy going?   Also, congrats bitfury and his team members. 
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July 05, 2013, 06:19:44 AM
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Perhaps we should get a group buy going?   Also, congrats bitfury and his team members. 

Thanks. I remember about your pvt. msg, but don't yet know what we can do.
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July 05, 2013, 06:25:37 AM
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Local pick up available?
Define local Smiley

i fly to where the hardware is Smiley.   Nevermind though. I probably have a EU address I can ship to :p


do you have specifications on dimensions and weight of devices?


BTW....damn the low BTC/EURO exchange rate.
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July 05, 2013, 06:26:13 AM
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I just love the bloody and fallen butterflies on the frontpage, so true  Grin
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July 05, 2013, 06:32:28 AM
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Just to clarify...the picture of the 5GH/s reel does not mean the chips are 5GH/s. The product is for 3000 pieces of 2.7 GH/s chips, right?
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July 05, 2013, 06:36:32 AM
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This one 46.5 Euros per GH/s ≈0.75BTC/G
Avalon Clone ≈ 0.51BTC/G  (320chips=24.96,other fees≈20,output=88g)

So tell me the answer?


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July 05, 2013, 06:37:26 AM
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It's more expensive than avalon chip's solution.
Is there anyone notice that?

No, it's not. Few times cheaper and about 10 times more power efficient.
Hint: $/Gh is important, not $/chip

Can you show me your calculate process.
cheers.

Need psu, heat sinks, heat sink compound or pads as well as fans and you are good to go in August.

Now go ahead and compare that to BFL, Klondikes, BitBurner XX, Avalon, Avalon Clones.

Guessing it is a GAME CHANGER this. Considering you only need 400 W power supply.

Overclocking? Interested in upper limits as I want to use oil submersion.

We actually think this could be run without heatsinks at normal room temperatures. The board will run hot, but not too hot. A little fanning will go a long way. (remember those GPU times Wink

Without heat sinks are you mad? Really?  If you are ordering in density 400 GH/s 16 boards at a time?

Wow that be "cool". Pun intended.

So overclocking? Heat sink and fans and you are good to go?




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