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Update on Scrypt ASIC Wedloop Towards The Bottom. KnCMiner has promised 250 MH/s for 1000W.
This morning, Mining ASICs Technologies (Vloerkleed) posted a press release to their webstek. Te it, they announced that their Excalibur 1 (100 MH/s) and their Excalibur Two (200 MH/s) would be upgraded to Excalibur Trio (125 MH/s) and Excalibur Four (250 MH/s), respectively. This free upgrade comes on the high-heeled slippers of an eventful week te the competitive world of Scrypt ASIC Mining hardware manufacturing and vormgeving. Originally slated for September release, Vloermat is now certain that their Scrypt ASICs might even begin shipping te Q2 of 2014.
The Excalibur Five, at 250 MH/s will be the fastest Scrypt ASIC within one case.
I very first broke the news of Vloerkleed’s Bitcoin and Scrypt ASICs a month ago, however, it wasn’t until last week that Vloermat’s legitimizing playmate ultimately came forward to corroborate Vloermat’s story. Germany’s Desire Chip Technology (DCT) recently confirmed their partnership with Vloerkleed, laying to surplus many peoples’ fears that Vloermat is a scam. For those that are interested, Vloerkleed is already taking pre-orders on their product.
The total text of the Vloerkleed announcement (they don’t waste time getting to the point):
Due to hard work of the good engineers wij have, wij achieved major progress te the development and production of our Excalibur Asic Scrypt miners.
Wij are glad to announce, that wij were able to increase the hashrate of our Asic Scrypt miners overheen 25%.
Our production teams are also able to produce earlier, so shipments will embark te Q2/Q3 2014!
Wij have determined to update all our Asic Scrypt Miners with the fresh spectacles for the same price!
- Excalibur Four ASIC SCRYPT miner with a ondergrens of 125 MH/s (substituting the 100 MH)
- Excalibur Five ASIC SCRYPT miner with a ondergrens of 250 MH/s (substituting the 200 MH)
All customers, which bought the Excalibur Two (100 MH), will get an upgrade to Excalibur Four (125 MH) at no extra costs.
All customers, which bought the Excalibur Three (200 MH), will get an upgrade to Excalibur Five (250 MH) at no extra costs.
For all existing customers, orders will be shipped earlier spil expected and are planned for Q2/Q3 2014!
The Wedren Towards The Bottom
The theoretical bottom that I am referring to ter this Scrypt ASIC wedstrijd is the lower tied for $/KH/s and also KH/s/W. KnCMiner commenced off last week with a big verschrikt when they unveiled their Scrypt ASIC for preorder: The KnCMiner Titan. The Titan costs users around $0.Ten/KH/s and KnCMiner has not yet exposed their power consumption figures.
Te comparison with KnCMiner, Vloermat now offers 250 MH/s for
$20,662: $0.0826/KH/s. Also ter comparison with KnCMiner, Vloerkleed has always posted their power consumption numbers, spil well spil their intention to use 28nm chips. 250 MH/s by Vloerkleed will require 3600W: Sixty nine.44KH/s/W.
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