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July 21, 2014, 01:37:03 PM
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I made a comparison sheet sothat all can be on the same page about buying the next miner
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Gtj8ts3zEUZPwSBZQnYZwi__zGfg-0SKVIdH_17GqYw/edit#gid=0

You can add new miners or correct erroneous data points. Keep the pre-order folks away please.

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July 29, 2014, 06:45:23 PM
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I made a comparison sheet sothat all can be on the same page about buying the next miner
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Gtj8ts3zEUZPwSBZQnYZwi__zGfg-0SKVIdH_17GqYw/edit#gid=0

You can add new miners or correct erroneous data points. Keep the pre-order folks away please.

Add a Return on Investment (% ROI) column in the spreadsheet will make the list complete.
Many of the miners prices are varying and only with estimated %ROI column we can compare miners.
Make sure the %ROI is based on BTC price itself. Which will help to draw up a consistent view.
Google docs help articles have all the coding required for that. Hope we can see an updated sheet soon.
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July 29, 2014, 07:11:43 PM
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I made a comparison sheet sothat all can be on the same page about buying the next miner
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Gtj8ts3zEUZPwSBZQnYZwi__zGfg-0SKVIdH_17GqYw/edit#gid=0

You can add new miners or correct erroneous data points. Keep the pre-order folks away please.

Add a Return on Investment (% ROI) column in the spreadsheet will make the list complete.
Many of the miners prices are varying and only with estimated %ROI column we can compare miners.
Make sure the %ROI is based on BTC price itself. Which will help to draw up a consistent view.
Google docs help articles have all the coding required for that. Hope we can see an updated sheet soon.

For ROI what should be the time span to be taken into account ?

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July 29, 2014, 09:38:38 PM
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For ROI what should be the time span to be taken into account ?

Fix a certain % bitcoin difficulty increase, I will recommend 15% to 20% for calculations.
Put a standard electricity charge of around $0.15 per KWH. No need to take timespan into account.
Now find out the ROI % in BTC terms. This is a rough idea and you need to refine it as you progress into the project.
If %ROI can be spread over like this, one can simply look at the charts and select which miner will be more good to buy.
A variable difficulty will drop down box in your spreadsheet will be an added advantage in the selection process.
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July 30, 2014, 07:30:20 AM
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For ROI what should be the time span to be taken into account ?

Fix a certain % bitcoin difficulty increase, I will recommend 15% to 20% for calculations.
Put a standard electricity charge of around $0.15 per KWH. No need to take timespan into account.
Now find out the ROI % in BTC terms. This is a rough idea and you need to refine it as you progress into the project.
If %ROI can be spread over like this, one can simply look at the charts and select which miner will be more good to buy.
A variable difficulty will drop down box in your spreadsheet will be an added advantage in the selection process.


I was not including ROI only because the electricity cost is different for each miner and spreadsheet environment is tricky in a way to be used by multiple people if they change something. But yeah, the sheet will be complete if we have ROI figure. Let me sleep over it.

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