LEAKED 1.9Gh/s Ethereum Mining FPGA Cards Footage.

LEAKED 1.9Gh/s Ethereum Mining FPGA Cards Footage.

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The numbers do not add up, Eth is IO bound, not ASIC/GPU. Easy to false flag the mining software.
A CPU, GPU, ASIC or FPGA all consist of logic building blocks (Logic gates AND, NOT, OR gates, Memory blocks, Flip-Flops, clock drivers etc). The thing how differ is that a FPGA are reconfigurable how this building blocks are connected "wire" together. In a ASIC this logic connection is fix you can not change this configuration you can ONLY change the program sequence on a CPU, ASIC or GPU. But the FPGA you can change everything, both program sequence and configuration of how the logic are connected. So a FPGA is ultimate flexible compared to ASIC but a ASIC with same logic configuration consume less power then the FPGA.
The smallest of Xilinx's Virtex Ultrascale+ chip is 12000$, https://www.digikey.fr/products/fr/integrated-circuits-ics/embedded-fpgas-field-programmable-gate-array/696?k=fpga&k=&pkeyword=fpga&pv457=i1313763&FV=fffc007a%2Cffe002b8%2Cffecdad9&quantity=0&ColumnSort=0&page=1&pageSize=25
We are creating a 12 card FPGA prototype in Montreal right now. We have 1.9ghs on eth /card. Coding multiple algorithms. Will be ready in about 2 to 3 months and we are taking pre orders. Serious inquiries only. julien.soudre@ubimust.com We also host at 0.045 / kwh
Price, 50k per card?
Just a heads up for anyone looking for some more technical details - Matt over at 'The Technicals' had an interview with Olivier Tremois from Xilinx, the company/people who make the 'more desirable' unit (the one that's like ~$4k)
Correct me if I am wrong but I don't believe that these FPGAs would be running ethminer. They would require not only a custom bit stream but also custom mining software not publicly available and not made for commodity GPUs
I think I want a FPGA mining rig.
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Which type/brand of case and components was used for FPGA on the video? Thanks.
Hi Everyone! If I buy this card how could I setup for ETH mining?
%100 Fake
Its a fake, these cards do not on their own have the memory bandwidth to do that kind of eth speeds. Go look up Acorn M.2 FPGA based GPU Accelerator
Gefeliciteerd nog met je verjaardag kerel :)
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yeah I am interested in this tech as well FPGA cards seem to had some great potential, thanks for the information!
Fpga kill gpu mining, but not etherium. Ethhash need more expensive memory.
1.9Gh/s show us on the nanopool server not on pc, it can be edit.
Should I sell my 100x Vega 64's and replace them with 14x FPGA's? I'm considering it...

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