Mining hardware comparison - Bitcoin Wiki

I have a Xilinx Spartan-6 LX150T-3 development board coming in soon. My goal here is to achieve 160MHash/s on this single chip. Estimates predict that it will be possible, but may be very difficult. We shall see. Goals: Achieve 160MHash/s on a Spartan-6 LX150-3, which is a sub-$200 chip. That's $1.25USD per MH/s. The average cost of a complete GPU mining rig is $1 USD per MH/s. This goal would ... DigiByte (DGB) Mining (#1115) We should add in DigiByte (DGB) mining to SlushPool, most people on here already have ASIC's so it would be extremely easy to mine DGB for existing SlushPool miners. 1 Introduce, measure and compare capacity These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work, with questions... Field programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by the customer or designer after manufacturing—hence "field-programmable".FPGAs are integrated circuits that can be tailored to suit a particular task like mining bitcoins, after their manufacturing thus creating ASIC. Below are statistics about the Bitcoin Mining performance of ASIC hardware and only includes specialized equipment that has been shipped. GPUs, CPUs and other hardware not specifically designed for Bitcoin mining can be found in the Non-specialized_hardware_comparison. Notes: Mhash/s = millions hashes per second (double sha256 raw speed performance; may not be very energy efficient with some ...

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