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December 17, 2011, 05:30:04 PM
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I'm waiting for someone to receive, and confirm price, performance, and if possible, power consumption for Icarus.
Maybe that has happened already and I missed it? I've been really busy the last few days

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December 17, 2011, 06:06:07 PM
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I'm waiting for someone to receive, and confirm price, performance, and if possible, power consumption for Icarus.
Maybe that has happened already and I missed it? I've been really busy the last few days

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=51371.msg643733#msg643733

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December 19, 2011, 10:13:02 PM
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I'm waiting for someone to receive, and confirm price, performance, and if possible, power consumption for Icarus.
Maybe that has happened already and I missed it? I've been really busy the last few days

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The first user review in this forum: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=51371.msg655146#msg655146
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December 20, 2011, 06:11:38 PM
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Added Icarus. Lots of HW options now, it looks like 2012 will be the year of FPGA mining  Grin
It is really cool to watch this technology take off successfully, from its humble beginnings in June/July.
Back then we were at like 50MH/s on 6s150!

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December 20, 2011, 08:01:46 PM
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What about the Wiki?

Speaking of that, does anyone else think it's unfair that ztex's MH/$ in that table is based on the 25 unit price?

Yes it is unnecessary and misleading.  Price should be based on 1 unit and then optionally indicate "lower prices available in volume" or have another entry like "25 card cluster" w/ total cost and MH per $ stats.

Also that entire section could use a rework.  I would separate out dedicated miners from all the experimental boards and put number of FPGA per board in a separate column.  Since it is a wiki if nobody else changes it I will make some changes tonight.

Updated the Wiki with the correct pricing information. Completely agree as ALL unit prices on the page are single unit cost. We don't list processor prices by bulk, nor should we list FPGA's Smiley
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December 20, 2011, 08:36:48 PM
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Added Icarus. Lots of HW options now, it looks like 2012 will be the year of FPGA mining  Grin
It is really cool to watch this technology take off successfully, from its humble beginnings in June/July.
Back then we were at like 50MH/s on 6s150!

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  I agree on the second sentiment. It is definetly awesome to watch it grow. Hopefully we see some Gen 2 Fpga soonish.  I smell asic creeping up on them in 2012. Currently a long standing member of the community here is working on one. Dev time estimate is 6 months. Power use estimate is 10w/GH. Retail cost estimate is ~.25/MH.  I will leave it up to them if they wanna divulge who they are or more details, though I have been given permission to mention them. I cannot atest to the accuracy of my information after our few brief conversations. So I feel it best if they present it 'fully' if they so choose.

  Not to sound like a tree hugging hippy, but I think I am more excited by the idea of expending a lot less energy to maintain the network hash rate than of any other aspect.

  Cheers,
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December 20, 2011, 08:43:08 PM
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  I agree on the second sentiment. It is definetly awesome to watch it grow. Hopefully we see some Gen 2 Fpga soonish.  I smell asic creeping up on them in 2012. Currently a long standing member of the community here is working on one. Dev time estimate is 6 months. Power use estimate is 10w/GH. Retail cost estimate is ~.25/MH.  I will leave it up to them if they wanna divulge who they are or more details, though I have been given permission to mention them. I cannot atest to the accuracy of my information after our few brief conversations. So I feel it best if they present it 'fully' if they so choose.

  Not to sound like a tree hugging hippy, but I think I am more excited by the idea of expending a lot less energy to maintain the network hash rate than of any other aspect.

  Cheers,
   Derek

The only company I know of is largecoin. Anyway, let's wait and see...
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December 20, 2011, 08:46:29 PM
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 I agree on the second sentiment. It is definetly awesome to watch it grow. Hopefully we see some Gen 2 Fpga soonish.  I smell asic creeping up on them in 2012. Currently a long standing member of the community here is working on one. Dev time estimate is 6 months. Power use estimate is 10w/GH. Retail cost estimate is ~.25/MH.  I will leave it up to them if they wanna divulge who they are or more details, though I have been given permission to mention them. I cannot atest to the accuracy of my information after our few brief conversations. So I feel it best if they present it 'fully' if they so choose.

  Not to sound like a tree hugging hippy, but I think I am more excited by the idea of expending a lot less energy to maintain the network hash rate than of any other aspect.

  Cheers,
   Derek

The only company I know of is largecoin. Anyway, let's wait and see...

  I had actually forgotten all about that one. I wonder how his work is going.? The one I mention, unless they have a partnership that was not spoken about is a completly seperate project.

  I agree, time will tell. Even if both parties are serious about development, there are a lot of cost and technilogical hurdles for them to cross before we have anything solid.

If you're not excited by the idea of being an early adopter 'now', then you should come back in three or four years and either tell us "Told you it'd never work!" or join what should, by then, be a much more stable and easier-to-use system. - GA
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December 23, 2011, 05:07:55 AM
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Maybe largecoin is behind BFL?

/ducks

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January 09, 2012, 04:46:12 AM
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This thread has been superseded by the product comparison table on BitcoinFPGA

-rph

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January 09, 2012, 05:40:21 AM
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Since the ztex boards are clocked at 200 and 208 MHz the hashrate is 200 MH/s +

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