A New Gridseed Scrypt ASIC Miner Might Be Coming Out Soon

10 Jun
2014

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It seems that Gridseed might be working on a new even larger Scrypt ASIC miner, or that is what got as information from a reader that sent a link to publication on a new mining forum called MinerTalk. From the apparently leaked photos of the new miner published there we can see that it is a larger box miner with integrated PSU and a LAN network interface. There are still no specifications available and no information what ASIC chips will the device use.

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The miner seems to have 5 PCBs or modules with chips inside and there are only three small fans. On the second photo we can see that the chips on the modules are small, similar to the Gridseed GC3355 ones, though these might be new chips as well. Judging from the size of the chips and the miner we can assume that the miner should be capable of something like 25 MHS or 50 MHS even more in terms of hashrate (5-10 MHS per module). Though there is no information about actual specifications, so these are only assumptions for the moment.

To check out the topic about the new Gridseed ASIC at the MinerTalk forum…



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5 Responses to A New Gridseed Scrypt ASIC Miner Might Be Coming Out Soon

Happydaze

June 10th, 2014 at 18:12

Gridseed G-Black 25MHash/s 500W
http://www.diginforce.com/goods.php?id=45

admin

June 10th, 2014 at 18:41

And a little update:

“Well, it seems it is now confirmed, the G-Black.
25MHs at 500W is not bad for 55nm based GC3355 chips.
DigInForce is listing them at ¥99999RMB ($16025USD). This must be either a joke or a mistake.

If it was ¥9999RMB ($1602USD), or in another word, at $64/MHs. This would be a very good retail price for scrypt ASIC miners.”

Dreddjudge

June 10th, 2014 at 18:49

While it’s slower than others I trust Gridseed to actually hit the numbers advertised and to have a bit more polish than the others. More info is needed.

John

June 10th, 2014 at 19:14

My sources tell me its a 1.1TH SHA miner based on Coincraft chips being sold for $1600.

Outkax

June 11th, 2014 at 01:31

There are two version to miner apparently;

A1 for SHA256 mining http://www.diginforce.com/goods.php?id=44
G-Black for Scrypt mining : http://www.diginforce.com/goods.php?id=45

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