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January 23, 2012, 10:43:12 AM
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I'm interested in bitcoin mining, especially in fpga mining, and I am thinking of trying to implement it myself.
I've borrowed an old xilinx spartan 3 fpga board from a friend of mine and have made a few simple small designs for it just for fun.
Now I am wondering if bitcoin mining will fitt in the board, but I don't really have an idea how big bitcoin mining will be and if it will fit in this fpga.

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January 23, 2012, 12:10:13 PM
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I'm interested in bitcoin mining, especially in fpga mining, and I am thinking of trying to implement it myself.
I've borrowed an old xilinx spartan 3 fpga board from a friend of mine and have made a few simple small designs for it just for fun.
Now I am wondering if bitcoin mining will fitt in the board, but I don't really have an idea how big bitcoin mining will be and if it will fit in this fpga.

http://bitcoinfpga.com/

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