Hey fam! Excited to finally publish this in depth analysis article of the
BTU9P FPGA mining board made by our friends at
TUL in Taiwan.
This board is an upgraded version of the original
VCU1525 used by
whitefire990, but unlike the
VCU1525 it has an upgraded power inductor and one of
TUL's famous water blocks built-in.
This means the
BTU9P can handle the power and current of some of the most power hungry bitstreams, while staying cool and stable in terms of chip and component temperature.
Mining and Profitability
BTU9P holds the award as one of few FPGA boards with the shortest ROI time.
- 💰 $550 Cheaper than the $4000USD
BCU1525with Water Block
- 🔜 Ships immediately (well, 24 hours)
- 👌 Compatible with all BCU / VCU Bitstreams
- 🦍 Large Powerful
VU9PChip can fit complex algorithms
- 🔋 Upgraded Power Inductor
- ❄️ Excellent Water Cooling
- 💧 Requires water cooling since water block is built in
- ⚡️ More sensitive to Vcc levels than BCU, must tweak with
TULdoes not develop bitstreams, so no software updates
FPGA.guide has pre-built BTU9P bundled with an All-in-1 Water Cooling Kit available. Everything you need to start a silent, water cooled, FPGA mining operation.
TUL Corporation is established from 1997 in Taipei, Taiwan.
TUL has dedicated its brand and services in offering the ultimate total-solution of technologies, making them one of world's fastest growing marketing and services companies in the IT industry. Using PowerColor as a represent of the leading supplier for graphics cards, powered by AMD's graphics processors, successfully becomes the top 3 brand of graphics cards. Except graphics cards,
TUL is devoted to be the major provider to embedded graphics cards, SoC mainboards and systems, FPGA products, thunderbolt adopters and customized products and services. Currently,
TUL is trying to enter the cryptocurrency mining market with their
BTU9P FPGA Board.
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Originally published at https://news.fpga.guide on December 12, 2018.