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December 12, 2013, 12:15:40 AM
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well well well, its time to save some bitcoins Smiley
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December 13, 2013, 08:16:07 PM
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any news/updates ?
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December 14, 2013, 02:26:13 PM
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December 15, 2013, 02:53:32 AM
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Scrypt requires high speed access to memory so I'm gonna say this is bull until there is some evidence it works.  Wink

its demonstrated already..
 

where? [Anyone have a video link showing them hashing?]

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December 15, 2013, 03:10:43 PM
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Gridseed have a special area in our forum

where they post their news  by the ID: Gridchip

http://www.cybtc.com/forum-83-1.html


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December 15, 2013, 04:35:23 PM
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Gridseed have a special area in our forum

where they post their news  by the ID: Gridchip

http://www.cybtc.com/forum-83-1.html


Hey,
Saying our means that you are local right? Or at least you do understand Chinese better than us. Is there any info available about bulk chip prices out there?
Thank you

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December 15, 2013, 04:57:26 PM
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Well I find this http://www.cybtc.com/thread-3396-1-1.html

www.diginforce.com leads to a default apache web server page.

What is the serial cable for? OMG don't it even have USB? What year is this? Roll Eyes



That's a massive heatsink for 1 chip! The fans don't look like they are soldered to anything in either photo!  Shocked



Today we decide big coolers are no longer in fasion, and fans are so yesterday, LoL!  Wink



No wait, we hear you still like big coolers, we added USB and shrunk our board!



I only hope it's real just for sake of the network, anything opposite to cloud centralization, has my best wishes!

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December 15, 2013, 05:08:34 PM
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Well I find this http://www.cybtc.com/thread-3396-1-1.html

www.diginforce.com leads to a default apache web server page.

What is the serial/vga cable for?

http://www.cybtc.com/data/attachment/forum/201312/09/171936dlxf6p0pwl6ffdq5.jpg

That's a massive heatsink for 1 chip! The fans don't look like they are soldered to anything either!  Shocked

http://www.cybtc.com/data/attachment/forum/201312/09/171938zj36zyqlqtqvuo3u.jpg


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GC3355 evaluation version of a single-chip power line + a + serial cable. PS: If your computer does not have COM ports, please reprovision two USB to serial cable

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December 15, 2013, 05:13:21 PM
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Its sinfull to make a miner in this size with tis haspower? Maybe only for ltc.
Most of asicminers with this hp are in the size of a BE USB.

Some one saw the prices or where to buy?
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December 15, 2013, 07:36:13 PM
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Meh.  Time to start learning Mandarin.  Maybe eventually I'll be able to do better translations than google translate ;/.
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December 15, 2013, 07:44:00 PM
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Meh.  Time to start learning Mandarin.  Maybe eventually I'll be able to do better translations than google translate ;/.
Start with traditional it is much more easy. At least people say so. Cheesy

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December 15, 2013, 09:32:37 PM
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What is the serial cable for? OMG don't it even have USB? What year is this? Roll Eyes
COM/RS232 is very usual for Development - saves cost for protoyping
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December 16, 2013, 01:34:06 AM
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I hope Script only version which can suppport 300khs ? If install 16 chips, and make a 5Mhps, it is $2000~3000 values now.

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December 16, 2013, 01:46:25 AM
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Gridseed have a special area in our forum

where they post their news  by the ID: Gridchip

http://www.cybtc.com/forum-83-1.html


Hey,
Saying our means that you are local right? Or at least you do understand Chinese better than us. Is there any info available about bulk chip prices out there?
Thank you

i am a chinese in china,they have not published price yet

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December 16, 2013, 01:58:00 AM
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they have sold some chips  in the Press conference

but have not bulk sales

there is the data sheet :http://www.cybtc.com/thread-3194-1-1.html

6.4 Power Consumption
The following is the power consumption under 1.0V DVDD condition (Unit: Watt). Gridchip will
release more accurate power consumption data after mass production of ASIC Chip and Mining machine.

Freq(MHz)   BTC HashRate(M)     LTC HashRate(K)      Power of  BTC Mode     Power of  BTC+LTC Mode        Power of  LTC Mode
400             1000                        34.0                          2.35                             2.64                                         0.28
500             1250                        42.6                          2.92                             3.27                                         0.33
550             1375                        46.8                          3.25                             3.58                                         0.35
600             1500                        51.1                          3.49                             3.90                                         0.39
650             1625                        55.3                          3.81                             4.23                                         0.41
700             1750                        59.6                          4.20                             4.56                                         0.44
750             1875                                                         4.40                             X                                              X
800             2000                                                         4.70                             X                                              X
850             2125                                                         5.00                             X                                              X
900             2250                                                         5.30                             X                                              X

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December 16, 2013, 01:59:18 AM
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The picture posted above is an evaluation board or development board for developers, not for end user.

There was a press conference last week in Beijing, where participants can buy those boards and chips.
And those boards are delivered to developers in other part of China this week.

There is no detail information of miners for end user by now. The only info for USB miner is that one USB miner is equipped with 4 or 5 chips, depending on the temperature and cooling design. And USB miner is powered externally with an additional power cable.

That's all the info I know by now. I will let all of you know when new info is published.
I'm Chinese, and I'll do the translator job for all of you don't understand Chinese. Hope my translation is better than Google's. Cheesy

BTW, I brought two development boards and they should be delivered to me in one or two days. I'll post my experience after some testing.
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December 16, 2013, 06:21:17 AM
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The picture posted above is an evaluation board or development board for developers, not for end user.

There was a press conference last week in Beijing, where participants can buy those boards and chips.
And those boards are delivered to developers in other part of China this week.

There is no detail information of miners for end user by now. The only info for USB miner is that one USB miner is equipped with 4 or 5 chips, depending on the temperature and cooling design. And USB miner is powered externally with an additional power cable.

That's all the info I know by now. I will let all of you know when new info is published.
I'm Chinese, and I'll do the translator job for all of you don't understand Chinese. Hope my translation is better than Google's. Cheesy

BTW, I brought two development boards and they should be delivered to me in one or two days. I'll post my experience after some testing.

Thanks for translating for us. Google translates for mandarin are incomprehensible.

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December 16, 2013, 06:22:38 AM
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Very cool stuff.

Definitely interested in LTC and BTC as well.

Hybrid approach is very creative.
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December 16, 2013, 08:36:17 AM
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The picture posted above is an evaluation board or development board for developers, not for end user.

There was a press conference last week in Beijing, where participants can buy those boards and chips.
And those boards are delivered to developers in other part of China this week.

There is no detail information of miners for end user by now. The only info for USB miner is that one USB miner is equipped with 4 or 5 chips, depending on the temperature and cooling design. And USB miner is powered externally with an additional power cable.

That's all the info I know by now. I will let all of you know when new info is published.
I'm Chinese, and I'll do the translator job for all of you don't understand Chinese. Hope my translation is better than Google's. Cheesy

BTW, I brought two development boards and they should be delivered to me in one or two days. I'll post my experience after some testing.
Super!

Can you share with us what was the cost of dev boards?

Thank you

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December 16, 2013, 08:50:59 AM
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It's likely that ltc price will rise as more people spend more money to mine it, similar to bitcoin. It'll also have more people materially invested in the coins talking about them, also the same result. If Bitcoin price raises to $5k, people will want to get on the next profitable coin. Maybe ltc goes to 250-500.
One would think people can remember that buying ASICs for bitcoins was generally a losing proposition.
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