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Overview of BITCOIN ASIC Miners: Avalon, BFL, USB Miners, Metabank and More

Metabank.ru ASIC Miners



Russian ASIC Miner with Bitfury ASIC chips.

What are the specifications of the Bitfury Asic? you may ask?

Technical Details (Translated from various Bitfury Posts) The design is built on the 65nm UMC Process (http://www.umc.com/English/process/a.asp)
Bitcoin Engines: 756 Rolled cores (65 Cycles per Hash)
Expected operational frequency: 250Mhz-900Mhz
Packaging: QFN48
Conservative design, could be 40% smaller
Risk interconnect and transistor variations +/- 20%
Core implemented using full custom design process (some global place & route)
Number of transistors per "core": 55,000
Power estimate obtained from hspice simulation
Design optimised for low power and minimum size rather than high clock rate


Each chip is capable of 2.8-10.4Gh/s using a 756 core design
Estimated Chip Power Consumption: 1.96-7.26W (0.7W per 1Gh/s)
Estimated Power Consumption at Wall: 1.4W per 1Gh/s

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Part 1: Gold in them bits: Inside the world’s most mysterious Bitcoin mining company

This is the first in a two-part series exploring Butterfly Labs and its line-up of dedicated Bitcoin-mining hardware. In part one, Ars technica looks at the company and the experiences customers have had with it. In part two, published on June 29, they share their experiences running a Bitcoin miner for a couple weeks. Spoiler alert: we made money.

Read More:
http://arstechnica.com/business/2013/06/gold-in-them-bits-inside-the-worlds-most-mysterious-bitcoin-mining-company/

Part 2: How a total n00b mined $700 in bitcoins

This is the second in a two-part series exploring Butterfly Labs and its lineup of dedicated Bitcoin-mining hardware. In part one, Ars Technica looked at the company and the experiences customers have had with it. In part two, they share their experiences running a Bitcoin miner for a couple weeks.

Read More:
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2013/06/how-a-total-n00b-mined-700-in-bitcoins/

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