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June 29, 2012, 05:21:10 AM
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Its just non-obvious.

I prefer the more general phrasing because it includes specially-built mining hardware that isn't ASIC/FPGA. Readers of this section will be interested in such hardware. ASIC/FPGA is mentioned in the description.

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June 29, 2012, 08:31:54 AM
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The issues I have with BFL are that the threads are cluttered with their "announced" ASIC and customer support issues.  A lot of threads that have nothing to do with hardware.  There was one thread where op "basically had a prophetic dream" when the BFL ASIC would be shipped.  No offense, but IMHO that really doesn't belong in the hardware section.
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June 29, 2012, 09:12:59 AM
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The issues I have with BFL are that the threads are cluttered with their "announced" ASIC and customer support issues.  A lot of threads that have nothing to do with hardware.  There was one thread where op "basically had a prophetic dream" when the BFL ASIC would be shipped.  No offense, but IMHO that really doesn't belong in the hardware section.
"op "basically had a prophetic dream" when the BFL ASIC would be shipped"
Maybe that simply require someone to report it as "off-topic" or "brain fart" so it be deleted.

More likely, nobody will reply and the thread will die by itself.
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June 29, 2012, 11:38:36 AM
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Why not do the following :

General threads like mining market balance thing 
CPU
GPU
FPGA
ASIC

Huh

Very logical and simple !
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June 29, 2012, 05:12:16 PM
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The issues I have with BFL are that the threads are cluttered with their "announced" ASIC and customer support issues.  A lot of threads that have nothing to do with hardware.  There was one thread where op "basically had a prophetic dream" when the BFL ASIC would be shipped.  No offense, but IMHO that really doesn't belong in the hardware section.
"op "basically had a prophetic dream" when the BFL ASIC would be shipped"
Maybe that simply require someone to report it as "off-topic" or "brain fart" so it be deleted.

More likely, nobody will reply and the thread will die by itself.
Unfortunately, it had a hardware-sounding title and anything BFL-related gets lots of action.  Just looking at the sub-forum, this particular post had 40 replies and 1700+ views since 6/18/12.  Of the 40 posts on the 1st page of the sub-forum, 31 is BFL related.  Everybody else (open ASIC initiative, Lancelot, ztex, modminer, eldentyrell's bitstream, etc) just gets cluttered out.
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July 10, 2012, 11:10:08 AM
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Second.  Scam hardware needs it's own thread.
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