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September 02, 2013, 10:17:52 AM
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hello, every one i'm here to ask you guys a question so i 've got a friend who work in a special company that are desgining knew kinds of processor that cost nothing. I'm asking you if with those kind of new processor it could outdo GPU mining given that in 2014 they are working in a proccessor of 1k cores of 700HMz each which would give of about 1.2 TFlOPS per sec i can't really say more because it's not annouced officially. So what do you guys think could it replace GPU mining with even a lower cost because those processor only need 400w to fully operate. Thank you and tell me what you think.
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September 02, 2013, 10:22:04 AM
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They cost nothing? I'll take a boatload.  Cheesy
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September 02, 2013, 10:22:24 AM
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hello, every one i'm here to ask you guys a question so i 've got a friend who work in a special company that are desgining knew kinds of processor that cost nothing. I'm asking you if with those kind of new processor it could outdo GPU mining given that in 2014 they are working in a proccessor of 1k cores of 700HMz each which would give of about 1.2 TFlOPS per sec i can't really say more because it's not annouced officially. So what do you guys think could it replace GPU mining with even a lower cost because those processor only need 400w to fully operate. Thank you and tell me what you think.

Your friend makes Asics..asics are cpu`s.

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September 02, 2013, 10:23:48 AM
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hello, every one i'm here to ask you guys a question so i 've got a friend who work in a special company that are desgining knew kinds of processor that cost nothing. I'm asking you if with those kind of new processor it could outdo GPU mining given that in 2014 they are working in a proccessor of 1k cores of 700HMz each which would give of about 1.2 TFlOPS per sec i can't really say more because it's not annouced officially. So what do you guys think could it replace GPU mining with even a lower cost because those processor only need 400w to fully operate. Thank you and tell me what you think.

Your friend makes Asics..asics are cpu`s.
CPU are multi-purposes processors and ASIC are application specific so they are not the same.
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September 02, 2013, 11:41:17 AM
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Either you know something we don't, or your stupid. either way, there are devices coming out. BFL has released (or supposedly been released if your into conspiracy theories,) and could completely re-make the entire mining game. everything from 60-900 ghs. the stuff exists (supposedly) and it's nothing brand new.

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September 02, 2013, 11:44:01 AM
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hello, every one i'm here to ask you guys a question so i 've got a friend who work in a special company that are desgining knew kinds of processor that cost nothing.

Interesting. I believe these processor would be very good fit for my new kind of electricity that cost nothing.
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September 02, 2013, 11:50:36 AM
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His friend probably works for one of the MANY companies that make co-processors which are usually constructed as PCI cards. Many of them run at TFlop or more with a single chip.

Why can't they be used for mining? Well they can. But someone has to come up with the code to operate them. They do not function with the kinds of instruction sets that intel / AMD cpu do and they are not the same as CUDA or OpenCL.

Just google generic terms like 'co-processor solution -phi' and you'll find the kinds of companies I refer to. The Intel Xeon Phi is the ultimate example of a co-processor. It is probably the direction they took with their 70-core Polaris prototype they showed working at a few trade shows a few years ago. There should be a youtube videos of that CPU if you are interested..

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