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It appears that evidently the primary FPGA miner (not an ASIC) for mining KASPA (KAS) and its kHeavyHash algorithm may be out now – the Osprey Electronics E300. The gadget is outwardly able to 14 GH/s hashrate on the kHeavyHash algorithm with energy utilization of 250-500 Watts relying on settings with future help for ERG and RXD claimed. In response to the producer of those units the E300 relies on Xilinx UltraScale+ VU35P FPGA know-how and every miner comes with 3 Hash Boards + 1 Management Board, with every hash board having one Xilinx VU35P (872K LUT, 224Mb on-chip RAM, 8GB HBM2, 420 GB/s Bandwidth) and the management board relies on Xilinx Zynq 7010. The value of the miner on the official web site is $4999 USD and it’s at the moment listed as out of inventory.
Do be aware that we have now not seen or tried the E300 KASPA FPGA miner ourselves, so we can’t verify its precise existence and there may be little or no details about it on-line. The pictures on the Osprey Electronics web site of the gadget do appear to be from an precise AntMiner S9 with the corporate’s brand on it. There are some screenshots from the miner’s interface that present it mining KAS on woolypooly.com from early November in addition to an official video exhibiting the miner interface. The identical firm apparently additionally makes a Helium (HNT) hotspot miner as effectively referred to as Osprey hotspot G1 that has barely extra on-line presence. The official Discord channel does have some extra info and issues happening across the growth of the gadget, so that you would possibly need to test it out if and need to ask some extra questions.