CoinTerra, designer and producer of the best-in-class Bitcoin mining ASIC processors and systems, has announced that it is now taking pre-orders for December 2013 delivery on both its in-house designed GoldStrike1™ ASIC and the company’s 2 Terahash per second TerraMiner™ IV Bitcoin mining rigs.
The Highest Performance Bitcoin Mining Hardware
The company source says that GoldStrike1™ ASIC and 2 Terahash per second TerraMiner™ IV are the highest performance Bitcoin mining hardware. According to the official release from the company the 28nm GoldStrike1 ASIC is not only incredibly powerful but highly energy efficient to meet specific requirements from Bitcoin mining professionals.
The release reveals that 28nm GoldStrike1 ASIC is the highest-performance announced Bitcoin ASIC wherein it processes hash calculations at an unprecedented 500 Gigahash/s at a power consumption of 0.5W/Gh/s. Global Foundries is the original maker of the GoldStrike1 from where CoinTerra buys them and sells them to customers.
GoldStrike1 is currently made available by CoinTerra as a chip for integration into other Bitcoin miner rigs. It can also be used for directly powering the TerraMiner IV system which provides a hashrate of greater than 2 Terahash/s. and able to deliver unprecedented performance without disturbing the wattage rating.
Right Option for Bitcoin Mining Professionals
In fact, TerraMiner IV system helps in maintaining an exceptionally efficient wattage rating and can be right an option for Bitcoin mining professionals who are looking for the best cost/performance ratio for their systems as it is optimized and designed for the same purpose. True to its identity, CoinTerra designs and produces best-in-class Bitcoin mining ASIC processors and systems.
Assured Delivery within the Set Timeline
Regarding delivery of chips and rigs within thirty days of its promised date i.e. December, the release says that the company will credit customers’ accounts 20 percent of the hash power of their order. Similarly, for any undelivered orders, if the company changes the price of TerraMiner systems or GoldStrike1 ASICs before delivery, it will re-price all orders and offer either a cash refund or a larger and more valuable hash power credit.
The assurance from the company amidst the stories coming every now and then that a lot of companies have failed to deliver Bitcoin hardware may not receive acceptance, but it definitely shows that the company is darn sincere about the deadline. CoinTerra is taking steps to prevent any such unfortunate event that may dampen its image.
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