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ASICMinerFacilitators: BitQuan,BitFountain BE100 BCTIntroduced: 2012-Dec-28 Technical specificationsPackage: Sawn QFN40 6x6mmMarkings: BE100Die:4. 66x4. 66mm@130nm Notes: The letters 'BE' in the component name/markings stands for "Block Erupter"
Realistically, it's a multiplier of the two. You can make up for a slower clock with more cores and vice versa, but the number of hashes per second is dependent on both. Sadly, I'm not aware of any specific formula to approximate hashes per second fo
Let's try to make a rough estimate. Intel's article Intel SHA Extensions gives some details on these instructions as well as sample code. The main feature is the sha256rnds2 instruction, which performs two rounds of SHA256, out of the 64 rounds that
Mining on a GPU, especially on less powerful ones like the ones found in laptops is highly inefficient. You can find out exactly how much you can potentially earn or lose from various Bitcoin calculators, like mine for example. If you are worried abo
The quantity of energy Bitcoin mining consumes, and the related detrimental impact on the environment, is of great concern. Specifically, electricity continues to make up the largest cost associated with Bitcoin mining. Thanks to advances in quantum
Are you thinking of joining the Bitcoin mining universe? In case you don’t know, you can either mine on your own or as part of a pool. In terms of profit, there aren’t really many differences: solo mining will give you large and irregular payouts, as
I don't know how to set and start mining and how to set more then one antminer U3 You can try to use Minera with your Raspberry, really simple to use, just push the image to your SD Card, put it on the Rasp, turn it on, and connect to your minera IP
Hi i just built my second computer, I was very intrested in BTC mining a year back, but my first computer had a 9800GT so it would have been a waste to mine with it. Now that i got my new computer up and running, i built it with gamining in mind but
It depends on the electricity cost, the block-reward, the exchange rate, the difficulty, and the quality "Q" of the machine (number of hashes per joule). One interesting event that will occur in 2016 is the block-reward halving, which is discussed be
The specific reason that AMD cards are more efficient for Bitcoin mining is twofold and the answer to this question depends on both reasons: AMD GPUs tend to have lower-end ALUs but make up for this by packing more ALUs onto the card overall. For mos