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Bonanza Mine: The Miner Of The Future?

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference 2022 (ISSCC), Intel introduced some new innovations, including a new mining rig, which is quite promising.

It is important to note that the miner is only there for mining, which means that you cannot edit a document or anything else. NVIDIA also released a graphics card once, but it was nowhere to be seen. Neither on any website, nor in any store. Linus Tech Tips made a video about it.

Intel promises a low-power version of Bitcoin mining with their Bonanza system. The machine is supposed to create 45 terrahash/second (TH/s) with a power consumption of 3600 watts. The whole thing is based on 7nm technology and will be out later this year. The first customers will be: GRIID Infrastructure, Argo Blockchain and Block, which Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey runs.

Each Bonanza machine will have 258 mining engines and each of them will compute double hashes. A mining rig will run between 1.35 and 1.6 GHz at 75°C.


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