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You could do shading for a major motion picture firm. If you look really in depth into OpenCL, it's being used for more and more. Not the least of which being virus obfuscation :X
You will learn (1) how bitcoin mining works, (2) how to start mining bitcoins, (3) what the best bitcoin mining software is, (4) what the best bitcoin mining hardware is, (5) where to find the best bitcoin mining pools and (6) how to optimize your bi
At the current exchange rate, GPU mining can still be profitable if electricity is below twenty cents per kWh. In less than three weeks, the daily mining revenues will drop by half in an instant (the block reward subsidy "halving" event, around Novem
Ever wanted to fit a gfx-card to a pci-e 1x slot, here is how. For actual usage you should probably use something like this http://goo. gl/rcKGqG for a 1x to 16x adapter and http://goo
I'm just learning/getting started with bitcoin and one thing that's obvious straight away, is that the more computational power you can throw at it (with the cheapest energy possible), the more coins you can make. Lots of people mining coins (myself
I'm not an expert, but as far as I understand it, Moore's Law applies to ASICs just like other chips. So, every two years you get newer ASICs which can hash more, even though the chip design is not all the different from the previous ASICs, the numbe
The hardware you are referring to are called Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), and they are named that for a reason. It's because they are not general purpose computers like desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. Instead, they are comp
It is possible, but you really should first pause for a moment and consider a few things before proceeding further: What graphics card will you buy - Go to this wiki page, look which graphics cards are good and then do a search for what you can find
From Wiki:Mining hardware comparison: Core 2 Quad Q9650 - 18. 67 Mhash/s . With current price and difficulty factor there is no point in using CPU for mining because the profit won't cover the cost of hardware or electricity