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August 29, 2018, 05:30:12 PM
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I see there are chips for sale from bitfury and I'm curious as to make something from them as I want to make something that covers quite a large volume (in comparison to normal miners)... I have a couple of raspberry pi's and old computers that I could dedicate to connect them to it to keep them running, but I'm not sure of any guides that are available for making such devices.

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August 29, 2018, 08:28:51 PM
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You should reach out to sidehack. I'm pretty sure this is the sort of thing they are into.

I recall them discussing that they were buying chips from somewhere, presumably to do something similar.

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You should reach out to sidehack. I'm pretty sure this is the sort of thing they are into.

I recall them discussing that they were buying chips from somewhere, presumably to do something similar.

Yeah I was thinking about that! Form what I remember he was building hashing boards for S1-S4 so I wasn't sure he was as confident with the coding knowledge that would be needde (although I could buy a control computer for an S1 or something).

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