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Bminer is a highly optimized cryptocurrency miner that runs on modern NVIDIA GPUs

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AMD, Nvidia preparing stripped down Bitcoin mining GPUs - Graphics - News

AMD, Nvidia preparing stripped down Bitcoin mining GPUs - Graphics - News submitted by zwtor to ethereum [link] [comments]

Nvidia, AMD to Release Cheaper Bitcoin Mining GPUs - CryptoCoinsNews

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: AMD, Nvidia preparing stripped down Bitcoin mining GPUs - Graphics - News /r/Amd

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Nvidia, AMD to Release Cheaper Bitcoin Mining GPUs

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A couple of articles say that Nvidia and AMD are preparing to launch stripped down Bitcoin mining GPUs

Hexus article
Digitimes
Heard of this on NCIX Tech Tips' channel. Could this mean we can finally get our normally priced 570s and 580s?
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I have a few questions regarding bitcoin mining, GPUs, and ASICs. (Reposted from /r/Bitcoin)

Okay, so like a lot of you probably did, I made it to this page about mining. The basic message I took from it is that CPUs << GPUs <<< ASICs. CPUs have been rendered obsolete, GPUs are the current go-to mining hardware, and ASICs are going to dominate the future. However, it's not as simple as it seems. I know a friend who has two top-of-the-line, overclocked AMD graphics cards, running about $450 each. He's made about $300 so far, about $15 per day after the crash. So, he's still very far in the red, with about the best GPU setup you can get.
Supposedly, ASICs are orders of magnitude faster than GPUs and use less power; they're the long-term future of bitcoin mining. Google led me to Butterfly Lab's page, and the profitability calculations had me salivating. However, my research revealed that they've been delaying shipping for over half a year