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October 16, 2013, 07:53:05 PM
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BitFury 16 Boards
41.7Gh/s



ORDER FOR DELIVERY ON OR BEFORE November 1st
Yes we ship worldwide.
Hosted Option Available!









Includes only the board itself. Power cable and Raspberry Pi not included. (Required for functionality. Orders of 10 or more recieve FREE Preconfigured Raspberry Pi)

Board will do a minimum of 41.7ghash @ 1w/ghash, up to 50ghash when/if overclocked (more power required).

Stock photos to come soon.

Specs

Bitfury 16x board:

55nm Architecture
Size: 134.5 x 120.5mm
Output power: up to 80A
Input Voltage: 12V
Output Voltage: 0.7-1.0V (default @0.9V)
4 x Heatsinks
2 x Fan
SPI conneciton through flexible flat cables.
Power switch
Fused
On/off led



BTC6 Each

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$999 or €740
Paypal (MUST BE VERIFIED), MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Amex

 PAY FIAT at MinerSource.NET



BTC to
1HNFSDNyvPpKJCV88V26cJXAxaF7WqPAX7

Board will Ship by Nov 1st or FULL REFUND.
Shipping Calculated on Site for Fiat

BTC Shipping Costs.

BTC0.10 (Domestic United States Priority Mail)
BTC0.40 (International - USPS International Priority Mail)

HOSTING OPTIONS

You can have your hardware hosted and mining immediately provided by Miner Hosting LLC (Bobsag3)
For details email hosting@minersource.net


FAQs:

Q: Is this a Pre-Order?

A: No, the chips and assembly are all paid for, so this is NOT a pre-order funded operation.


Q: Can I request a refund before the expected delivery date?

A: Yes, we can cancel your order at any time and refund your purchase prior to shipment.


Q: What type of Connection?

A: SPI Connection (Requires Raspberry Pi and can be daisy chained)



For additional Questions contact sales@minersource.net

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October 17, 2013, 12:14:29 AM
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Passt besser ins Biete

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October 17, 2013, 05:29:58 AM
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Der Preis passt besser zu eBay. Und nicht mal da wird sich sicher einer finden der Dumm genug ist und 6 BTC für 40 Gh/s zahlt oder ein Stück Geschichte für die Vitrine zum Spitzenpreis kauft.
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October 17, 2013, 05:37:43 AM
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Fürs Museum ist es mir zu teuer, und fürs minen bin ich zu wenig altruistisch eingestellt. Grin

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October 17, 2013, 10:16:13 PM
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