Hi all, I've just installed CUDA drivers for my notebook video card and with BarsWF CUDA bruteforcer I can check about 120M passwords per second. Now, I'm interested in raising this value and I'm thinking about FPGA. I know there are many models around, some of them are quite out of my budget but there are models from xilinx or altera that don't cost so much.

So my question is: how many passwords per second can such a "entry level" model check against an MD5 hash?