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June 30, 2015, 07:14:31 PM
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No problem - if you end up making a NanoFury, or even designing a miner of your own ( have a look at two guys building a StickMiner from scratch using a relatively new chip: GekkoScience BM1384 Project Development Discussion ), be sure to share Smiley

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July 01, 2015, 08:26:32 AM
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Steve - thanks for covering for me! Smiley

Here are the actual parts (including DigiKey part numbers) that were used on some of the NanoFury NF1 v0.7 boards:

Code:
#        Designators        Value        Package        "count/board"        OEM P/N        DigiKey P/N
1        C1 C3 C6 C10 C12 C13 14 C15 C22 C23 C24 C25 CF1.8-1        100nF        0603        13        CL10B104KO8NNNC        1276-1005-2-ND
2        C2 CF1        22uF/6.3V        0805        2        C2012X6S0J226M085AC        445-14469-2-ND
3        C4 C5 C11 C21        22uF/4V        0805        4        AMK212AC6226MG-T         587-3264-6-ND
4        C8 C9        10uF/6.3V        0805        2        CL21F106ZPFNNNE        1276-3012-2-ND
5        C7        1.1nF        0603        1        CL10B102KB8SFNC        1276-1916-2-ND
6        R1        13K        0603        1        RC0603JR-0713KL        311-13KGRTR-ND
7        R2        180        0805        1        RC0805FR-07180RL        311-180CRTR-ND
8        R3        2.4K        0603        1        RC0603FR-072K4L        311-2.40KHRTR-ND
9        R4 R6 R8 R9        2K        0603        4        MCR03EZPEJ202        1056-MCR03J202-CHP
10        R5        2K        0805        1        RMCF0805JT2K00        RMCF0805JT2K00TR-ND
11        R7 R11 R12        1K        0603        3        MCR03EZP5J102        1056-MCR03J102-CHP
12        D1        LED        2PLCC        1        LY T67K-J2M1-26-Z        475-2562-6-ND
13        L1        10R@100MHz        0603        1        "CIB10P100NC(or ACML-0603-060)"        1276-6388-6-ND
14        L2        2.2uH        0630        1        NR6028T2R2N        587-2098-6-ND
15        Q1        BSS138L        SOT-23        1        BSS138LT3G        BSS138LT1GOSDKR-ND
16        U1        BD9C301FJ        HTSOP-8        1        BD9C301FJ-E2        846-1117-6-ND
17        U2        LDO-1.8V        SOT-23-5        1        LD39015M18R        497-6977-6-ND
18        U3        LDO-3.3V        SOT-23        1        MCP1700T-3302E/TT        MCP1700T3302ETTDKR-ND
19        U4        BITFURY        QFN48        1               
20        U5        MCP2210-I/SS        SSOP-2        1        MCP2210-I/SS        MCP2210-I/SS-ND
21        X1        12MHz        3SMD*        1        CSTCE12M0G55-R0        490-1197-6-ND
22        CN1        USB-A plug        USBA        1        1001-011-01101        1175-1008-ND

And as for the X1 crystal - do not change it. It is used for the USB communication (and will not overclock anything).

Clock speed on the BitFury chip is determined by the voltage - and the two resistors you mentioned will change that. (exact formula and details are in the previous posts)

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July 01, 2015, 10:11:34 AM
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And as for the X1 crystal - do not change it. It is used for the USB communication (and will not overclock anything).

Clock speed on the BitFury chip is determined by the voltage - and the two resistors you mentioned will change that. (exact formula and details are in the previous posts)
lol, derp.  It's been too long Sad

Will adjust post ( and also point to more complete BoM with DK partnos Smiley )

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