”Bitfury Clarke” ASIC: Bitfury Launches New Bitcoin Mining Hardware

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The Bitfury Group launched a new generation of bitcoin mining hardware, led by its newest bitcoin mining ASIC chip, Bitfury Clarke.

The Bitfury Clarke chip is “unparalleled in performance and efficiency.” It’s set to be integrated into the firm’s “industry-leading bitcoin mining hardware,” which will include its mining servers and mining centers in Norway, Iceland, Georgia, and Canada.

MAXIMUM MINING PERFORMANCE

Building on Bitfury’s five successful generations of mining chips, the Bitfury Clarke ASIC offers the strongest performance among bitcoin mining chips and is unparalleled in efficiency. The Bitfury Clarke ASIC is fully customized for SHA256 bitcoin mining. It can execute a hashrate of up to 120 gigahashes per second (GH/s) and a power efficiency rate as low as 55 millijoules per gigahash (mJ/GH).

MINIMAL ENERGY USAGE

The Bitfury Clarke ASIC is energy-efficient and designed to keep your mining operation low-cost and environmentally responsible.

KEY FEATURES

Power efficiency of up to ~55 mW/GH
Hashrate (calculation speed) of up to 120 GH/s
Variable efficiency
Fully integrated controllable clock generation
Integrated power-on-reset circuit
Operational starting from 0.3 V voltage
Compact Pb-free 6×6 mm FCLGA 35L or FCLGA 4L packages

The Bitfury Clarke ASIC lets you balance between hashrate and power efficiency according to your demands.

“Bitfury is looking at all factors, including silicon packaging, chip efficiency, optimal power distribution, cooling designs and speed of development when designing our mining hardware,” said Valery Vavilov, CEO of Bitfury. “We think that this will lead to solutions that deliver the best ROI to our customers — regardless of ASIC size.”

The 14nm Bitfury Clarke ASIC is fully customized for SHA256 bitcoin mining. It can execute a hashrate up to 120 gigahashes per second (GH/s) and a power efficiency rate as low as 55 millijoules per gigahash (mJ/GH). The supply voltage required by Bitfury Clarke can be as low as 0.3 volts.

https://bitfury.com/hardware/asic

image by Bitfury

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