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fpga for mining

E300 - VU35P



We accept crypto (USDT). We will provide a crypto address after you place the order.


Osprey Electronics™ E300 provide a turn key solution for FPGA crypto mining. To mine with FPGA, a traditional setup will need a PC, PCIe cable, FPGA card, bitstream, software to load bitstream, monitoring software, etc. E300 fully integrated the whole process. You start to mine by just input your wallet address.


Osprey Electronics™ E300 over provisioned the power supply to meet crypto needs. A common issue of using Xilinx BCU1525, U50c, or other type of FPGA cards is the power chip failure because of over clock. Osprey E300 can supply upto 400 amps power to the FPGA, 100 amps to HBM. Power chips are working well under their capacity and will last longer.


Osprey Electronics™ E300 has the best heat dissipation design in FPGA crypto mining. Copper block is attached to the FPGA to absorb the heat. 3 long heat pipe transfers the heat to the giant heat sinks. Two 6000RPM fans blow the air throught a tunnel to cool the heat sinks.


E300 miner supported multiple algorithms (Etica, Alephium,... please check "algorithm tag")


3 Hash Board each box and  + 1 Control Board


Osprey Electronics™ E300 cards provide optimized acceleration for cryptocurrency mining. E300 is based on Xilinx UltraScale+™ VU35P FPGA technology.Each hash board has one Xilinx VU35P.


Each VU35P includes 872K LUT, 224Mb on-chip RAM, 8GB HBM2. With the active air cooling, E300 is plug and play, no PC needed for running mining program.


Active air cooling: Special designed active air cooling, including 2 fans front and back.Specifications: FPGA: 3 x Xilinx UltraScale+™ VU35P FPGA with 872K LUT, 224Mb on chip RAM, 8 GB HBM, 420 GB/s Bandwidth Xilinx Zynq 7010 based control board

Thermal: 2 FansE300

Dimension: 13” x 5” x 6” (inch)

Weight: 11lbs(5kg)

PCB Dimension: 6.05" x 5.82" x 0.63" (inch)

Working temperature : 1 °C - 40 °C*

* PSU is not included


*If you mine at home, we recommend you choose "Noctua 3000RPM Fan" option. Its noise level is 10DB down (FPGA may run at higher temperature because of lower fan speed).

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