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December 28, 2014, 10:13:40 PM
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Many of you have seen my web site for calculating Bitcoin ROI.  On the site, I also have a list of mining rigs and their specs.
I haven't updated this list in several months because I haven't been keeping up with new hardware.  
If you are willing, please take a look at the list and tell me if there are any new rigs that I've left out, and their specs (if you know it). I'll update the list shortly after I verify the info.  Just post the info in a reply to this message. Thanks.
The list is here: http://www.bitcoineval.com/hardware.php

Btw, I'm also thinking of taking out some of the older hardware such as the Antminer U1 & U2 since they are outdated and very unprofitable. What do you think? Take them out, or leave them on the list?


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December 29, 2014, 01:42:32 AM
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Someone else started a similar list on the forums a few weeks ago, you might want to search for it and give them a PM. Maybe you can work together.

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December 29, 2014, 02:08:26 AM
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Btw, I'm also thinking of taking out some of the older hardware such as the Antminer U1 & U2 since they are outdated and very unprofitable. What do you think? Take them out, or leave them on the list?

Maybe leaving them there could be useful for future references. And perhaps, if the list get too long, using a separate table for this legacy hardware to not hurt readability.
Just my thoughts.
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