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GN 28nm ASIC + Yoli Evo Mining Board= 722 GH/s
722 GH/s - HashFast's Golden Nonce has met it's match! See our GN 28nm ASIC on the new Yoli Evo Mining Board!!!
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Texas Bitcoin Conference - Hashfast
The Money & Tech team got to interview representatives from bitcoin mining company Hashfast at the recent Texas Bitcoin Conference on March 5th-6th, on the fringe of the SXSW Interactive Festival. Joe Russell walked us through Hashfast Technology's newest technology, their Sierra Evo, which features 3 of their Yoli Evo mining boards and operates at upwards of 2.0 TH/s. Their first batch sold out in the first week. But don't worry, their next batch is on sale now for $6,800, which will be shipped out in May. Watch on the Money & Tech website at http://www.moneyandtech.com/texas-bitcoin-conference-mining/
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Hashfast Baby Jet Unboxing
Just an unboxing of my first Baby Jet from Hashfast. Getting this up and running was pretty simple, just had to direct a web browser at the IP address of the Raspberry PI to configure it.
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Test Baby Jet Mining
Our Baby Jet in Action!! Watch our two internal test Baby Jet systems perform mining for the Eligius bitcoin mining pool. Eligius Link: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1KSZMq1L9ZWEBKEHuW7ACXWZJYdxiTdaVt (If you are following our Eligius account, you will notice an average that is more than 1,000 GH/s. Please know that this is the aggregate of two internal test Baby Jets. The good news is we seem to get a solid 500 GH/s of mining performance.)
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Got the BabyJet running,
Well all I can say is you need to go to bitcointalk.org and look up Minepeon. If someone had just put a post it note in the box saying that I might have gotten this up faster. Well now I am off to order some replacement fans because the noise right now it too much.
Views: 923 Hd Solar
BabyJet running, kind of.....
So after a few hours and trying different things the unit finally kicked over and came on. Not sure why other then flipping the power on and off a few time. It cycled on and off for a bit and the fans as you can here are not in the best of shape. The two fans on the radiator showed up all messed up so that is that noise you are hearing in the video. No directions on how to get into the Raspberry Pi and there is no way I am sure you can run this on a windows box so going to have to figure this out unless someone else wants to share how they got their unit running.
Views: 506 Hd Solar