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1  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANN] Sunbreak Electronics LLC / 3 MW Datacenter Colocation / USA Oregon on: July 01, 2022, 12:02:15 PM
Sunbreak Electronics LLC is a datacenter located in Oregon

We started hosting mining equipment back in late 2014 as JeffColo, in 2017 we started Sunbreak Electronics LLC and built a new facility.

You can see our previous announcement here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1467198.0

Our facility was designed to be a mixed use wholesale colocation datacenter for businesses and individuals who are sensitive to power costs and equipment sales tax.

Electrical expenses are paid directly to the utility and you only pay the datacenter for the space and connectivity you are leasing.

We have 48 openings for wholesale colocation right now.

Each colocation package is available for $1600/month and includes

- Metered Utility Service - 200A 3P 208 VAC ( Paid direct to utility @ ~$0.05/kWh )
- ASHRAE Class A1 Environmental Control ( 59F - 89F, 73F Typical, 20% - 80% RH, MERV 11 Filtration )
- 2 x 42U APC 3150N 19" Racks

Adjacent pairs of racks are available on a diverse power path. This allows for combined or redundant power delivery to 4 racks.

This colocation utilizes pressurized hot aisles. Diligent use of blanking panels and careful attention to fan selection is necessary to operate correctly.

Can be used for crypto currency mining, hyperscalers, AI, big data or something else of similar power density.

Full selection of communications services available

- Dark fiber (Astound, CBX, WIN)
- DWDM (Pittock, Stack, EdgeConnex)
- L2 transport (Portland, Fremont, Atlanta, Ashburn, Jacksonville, San Juan)
- IP transit 1 Gbps - 400 Gbps
- NWAX

About our power

Our power is carbon free and comes from the Bonneville Power Administration, here is their resource mix;

https://www.bpa.gov/-/media/Aep/power/fuel-mix/bpa-official-fuel-mix-2020.pdf

Additional services available in Portland, Fremont, Atlanta, Ashburn, Jacksonville, San Juan

- Bare metal servers
- Virtual private servers
- Large data storage
- Colocation

Payments

- PayPal (3% Added Fee)
- Bitcoin

Shipping

You can ship directly to us from the manufacturer and experience no sales tax.

Current Availability

< EMPTY LIST >

We are accepting capacity reservations for new clients. I will be frequently updating the list above to reflect our current capacity.

Send hosting requests to hosting@jeffcolo.net


2  Economy / Service Announcements / Cloudsmash.io - Decentralized VPS Cloud Open To The Public on: April 14, 2017, 08:17:24 AM
I built a decentralized virtual machine platform in an effort to deliver the cloud that I had envisioned when I first heard the term.

This is an open platform and anyone can participate. Just like any other cloud provider, consumers can buy virtual machines and block storage. On this platform however you can also sell virtual machine instances and block storage as a contributor of server hardware. We act as the Internet service provider and supply the networking glue that makes it possible for a server sitting in your house, garage or datacenter to route publicly accessible IPv4/6 addresses over our encrypted network fabric.

We make money by taking a small commission on sales and by charging for IP transit and address space. We are responsible for building out a global network of peering points and handling IP prefix advertisement for thousands of public and private network fabrics. NOC support and abuse reports are handled no differently than any other ISP and abusive participants can be banned from the fabric, individual IP addresses can be null routed.

Consumers creating new virtual machines can search for providers based on hardware features and historical metrics for reputation, uptime,  cpu, memory, iops, latency and throughput. If a contributor has to take their server offline then all consumer virtual machines and block storage can be live migrated to any server connected to our fabric with no downtime.

Contributors net boot our Linux distribution using a bootable USB key. Upon booting a unique identity is created and registers with our system. Our web administration interface allows you to claim these servers and bind them to your account. Then you determine if you want the server to be part of your own private cloud fabric or if you want anyone to be able to rent your resources on the public cloud fabric. You can also choose to do both, have your own private cloud but also monetize your under utilized servers and rent your excess capacity to the public.

Over the last year a few dozen people have been helping me test this platform during it's development. I've received positive feedback and it's time to invite the public to submit applications for the first phase of our beta round. Core services are production ready and battle tested but subject to a more frequent maintenance cycle. Once we enter the second phase of beta testing we will be accepting applications for server contributors.

You can submit beta applications and other questions to the following;

decentralizedvpscloud@gmail.com

I'm looking for help with continued development. If you feel you could contribute to this project, please contact me at the address listed above. I plan on accepting applications for full time positions in the near future.

Please comment, I'm looking for feedback.

The goal of this project is to bring the "mining" model to the virtualization space and encourage anyone, including existing cloud providers put servers on our fabric and openly compete in a free market. Running our distribution eliminates all of the configuration and time required to setup a sophisticated cloud infrastructure and significantly lowers the barrier of entry to becoming a cloud provider. Anyone with a good server and fast unlimited internet can boot, register and list their server resources for rent in under 5 minutes. Your only responsibility is to make sure it stays connected and powered on and offer prices that are competitive with similar offerings.

To seed the initial network, we have setup seven locations;

Portland, OR
Fremont, CA
Kansas City, MO
Ashburn, VA
San Juan, PR
Amsterdam, NL
Tokyo, JP


Each location has a variety of servers on dedicated 1 Gbps fiber that can easily achieve gigabit speeds to their peering points. Hypervisors in each location communicate over bonded Ethernet at 20 Gbps. Our Fremont, CA site is at a Hurricane Electric datacenter with a 10 Gbps uplink directly into their global backbone.

These servers represent our initial fabric capacity and I plan to add 2 to 3 more servers in 2 or 3 more locations as the need arrises. The resources total as of right now;

- 3000+ cpu cores
- 20 tb+ of memory
- 1 pb+ of disk
- 10 tb+ of pci-e nvme ssd

Here are some features that differ from typical services;

- Decentralized - Don't think presence in a dozen locations, think servers in thousands of locations all over the globe.
- Globally Routed - Continually growing our peering relationships and setting up traffic relays all over the world.
- Anycast Enabled - Your IPv4 and IPv6 addresses stay the same regardless of your location in the fabric.
- Self Healing - Fabric will automatically relay through other neighboring nodes to bypass Internet outages.
- Encrypted - Encrypted from the edge routers to the hypervisor, even LAN traffic between servers is encrypted.
- Mobility - Request a live migration to any other server location with zero downtime, same IP.
- Encrypted Storage - All customer data is encrypted at rest, keys are not kept on disk or in memory.
- Snapshots - Take a live snapshot of your disk image and roll back changes to a known state.
- Disaster Recovery - Have your data automatically replicated to one or more other server locations.
- High Availability - Incremental replication enables fast instance migration or restart with large offsite datasets.
- Routing Policies - Choose peering points to send traffic through with custom ECMP policies or keep it automatic.

Here are some features I'm still working on;

- Blockchain Orchestration - Send bitcoin/tokens to an address to create instance, destroy on zero balance.
- Autonomous Hypervisors - Hypervisors that don't allow any login at all, lock out everyone including ourselves.
- Customer Migrations - Customers can initiate a live migration to any other server location.
- Bring Your Own IP - Create private network that utilize the our global network fabric to advertise your own prefix.
- Customer Keys - Customer provided encryption keys for storage or private network communications.
- Public Servers - Allow anyone to contribute capacity to the platform in the form of dedicated baremetal servers.
- Auditing - Open source distribution and configuration for professional and public audit.

Initial pricing during the beta period is;

- $1 / 1 shared vcpu
- $1 / 1 anycast ipv4 address
- $1 / 1 gb of ecc ram
- $1 / 16 gb of pci-e nvm-e ssd
- $1 / 128 gb of double parity fault tolerant disk
- $1 / 250 gb of internet data transfer

For example;

- 1 vcpu ($1) + 1 gb ram ($1) + 16 gb ssd ($1) + ipv6 ($0) + ipv4 nat ($0) = $3/month

- 1 vcpu ($1) + 1 gb ram ($1) + 16 gb ssd ($1) + ipv6 ($0) + ipv4 ($1) + 250 gb transit ($1) = $5/month

- 2 vcpu ($2) + 2 gb ram ($2) + 32 gb ssd ($2) + 128 gb disk ($1) + ipv4 ($1) + 1 tb transfer ($4) = $12/month

As we setup more peering arrangements our bandwidth cost should come down the cost should come down drastically. Only internet ingress and egress count towards data transfer accounting. All internal traffic is unmetered and free of charge, even if the traffic spans different locations. All instances receive public IPv6 addresses free of charge. Instances without a public IPv4 address are given private addresses in the 100.64.0.0/10 CGNAT range and have no data transfer limits, both internally between instances and externally to the Internet.

Pricing for highly available instances depends on the level of redundancy. So if you want your data replicated in to exist in 3 different locations then your price is simply triple the single instance price. If a location suddenly goes offline your instance can be restarted on closest location that has your replicated data. If failure is eminent your instance will be live migrated with no downtime.

Future contributors would probably like to know what kind of hardware requirements to expect;

The the current minimum;

- x86-64 architecture and 8GB of memory
- Internet connection that supports UDP (NAT ok, no public IP required, EasyTether on LTE works!)
- Hardware that supports virtualization extensions
- UNDI capable network card
- Ability to boot from USB
- No external peripherals (usb, firewire, etc)

These are optional, but highly recommended;

- Hardware that supports AES-NI, AVX or AVX2 - Due to all of the encryption it would be pretty slow without them.
- ECC Memory - People debate it, but I sleep better at night knowing it's there.
- High Speed Internet - Try to avoid slow upstream connections. Symmetric gigabit fiber is ideal.
- Redundant Internet - Dual WAN connections can help avoid losing contracts due to Internet downtime.
- Unlimited Internet - Don't get slammed for data overage, pick a provider who won't limit you.
- NVMe PCI-e SSD - Achieve the highest customer density when utilizing high iops, high throughput SSD's.
- 6 disks or more - Additional parity/mirroring configurations will be available in the future.
- LSI2008 - This is what we are using now, so if you want to assured compatibility, use this.
- 10 GbE LAN - More than one server in a single location? It would be advisable to go 10 GbE.
- Dedicated Bypass - Direct ethernet connections between servers will utilize the direct link first.

All pricing is subject to change, I only expect prices to go down. Eventually when we come out of beta, pricing will follow the free market as contributors will be able to set their price and compete with other contributing cloud providers on a level playing field.
3  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANN] JeffColo - 3.5 MW / Miner Hosting / Colocation - West Coast (DC) on: May 10, 2016, 09:05:46 AM
JeffColo is in the process of building a 3.5 MW modular data center park

Big or small, everyone pays the same low rate of $65/kW-month month-to-month

No setup fee's and no pre-payment required to get a discounted hosting rate

The first modules should be available in the first week or two of September 2017. The plan is to have all 12 modules online by the end of the year.

Each Module Features

- 250 kW (800A 3P 208V DELTA) (4 x 200A Meters)
- 16 x 60A 3P 208V PDU's
- Low Latency Symmetrical Gigabit Fiber (<1ms)
- Hot Aisle / Cold Aisle Containment
- Incoming Air Filtration
- Air Side Economizer ( 62F - 82F Avg, 87F Max )
- Evaporative Cooling (Optional)

About Our Power

Our power comes from the Bonneville Power Administration, here is their resource mix;

https://www.bpa.gov/p/Generation/Fuel-Mix/FuelMix/BPA-Official-Fuel-Mix-2016.pdf

Hosting Plans

In addition to traditional hosting of individual miners we want to start offering hosting packages where you become a direct customer of our local utility. You would receive a dedicated power delivery service and utility meter. You pay the utility directly and merely rent the space and infrastructure from us on a month-to-month basis.

Paying the utility directly makes sure you are only paying for the power you use and never paying for power during unexpected downtime, software crashes, planned maintenance, RMA's, etc. People have asked if we could bill by the kWh, unfortunately the current regulations seem to indicate that if we install sub-metering on a customer by customer basis it would define our business as a federally regulated utility. We want to avoid that.

This is the best way to meet our customers needs and also offers a level of utility rate transparency currently not available from any of our competitors. Plus, there are some additional perks; The local utility currently accepts most major credit cards. This is excellent if your trying to get a little kick back in regards to cash back, miles, etc. Paying the utility directly also assures that you are paying the lowest possible price if rates change in your advantage. Additionally, our state is one of the few states without a sales tax. So there will be no local taxes added to your hosting or utility bill.

Hosting Rates

- Shared Module -> $65/kW-month [ < 60 kW ]
- Dedicated Rack -> $2000/month + Direct Utility Payment [ ~ 60 kW ]
- Private Module -> $7500/month + Direct Utility Payment [ 250 kW ]

Hosting Fee's

- No setup costs of any kind
- No cost for reboots during business hours (unless abused, >1 reboot per day is abuse of the policy)
- Pack it up and ship it out fee of $20/miner for re-packaging and drop off with shipping carrier (customer provides shipping labels)

Additional services available

- Full suite of VPS solutions
- Dedicated customer VLAN's
- Cost effective geo-diverse redundant data storage
- Colocation of traditional rack mount servers

Payments

- PayPal (3% Added Fee)
- Bitcoin (No Fee, Coinbase Exchange Rates)

You can ship directly to us from the manufacturer, we'll pick it up at FedEx (preferred) and have it up and running as quickly as possible.

Current Availability

We are accepting capacity reservations for new clients. I will be updating the list below every couple of weeks to reflect our current capacity.

10/20/2016 abbfa276932c6152a7f44901f3b2f2dd  -              5 x S9     6.75 kW
12/24/2016 3a08c64822bd8f0050cbe604bd3d4c40  -             40 x GPU    40.00 kW
04/01/2017 2c304367d01c3ee9272055bfb5fd282c  -                30 x GPU    30.00 kW
05/15/2017 1711528beaf89302a7dee25e304231c7  -            2 x RACK      135.00 kW
05/23/2017 79af43b0217a5ca9d0fd15a11c640f47  -              2 x L3+     1.70 kW
06/02/2017 e98153151332cd312fbb370db4a2efdd  -       20 x GPU    20.00 kW
06/18/2017 141e4f0dfa6c640827ba77fa7a37312d  -        3 x L3+     2.55 kW
06/18/2017 141e4f0dfa6c640827ba77fa7a37312d  -        1 x L3     0.45 kW
06/18/2017 141e4f0dfa6c640827ba77fa7a37312d  -        3 x Baikal     1.15 kW
06/19/2017 3eba7b16400334582f426a46a04404a6  -              1 x L3+     0.85 kW
06/22/2017 46a69928daeb5e93654cf793b1a53c27  -           5 x L3+     4.25 kW
06/23/2017 1711528beaf89302a7dee25e304231c7  -           2 x RACK   135.00 kW
07/20/2017 e7fd50aa2fbb6da143262d7c9b26800e  -        2 x S9     2.70 kW
07/20/2017 e7fd50aa2fbb6da143262d7c9b26800e  -        4 x L3+       3.40 kW
07/20/2017 ed88aa41e61635d3332f8f0734aecf77  -             10 x L3+     8.50 kW
07/20/2017 3746552fe0573d2c1030226ae3f01a18  -           5 x A4     3.00 kW
07/22/2017 602dc0d36e98287d50064667824fee80  -              5 x L3+     4.25 kW
07/22/2017 602dc0d36e98287d50064667824fee80  -              3 x D3     3.90 kW
07/22/2017 13af5c01ab5f507b967098a9b3ae6495  -           3 x L3+     2.55 kW
07/22/2017 13af5c01ab5f507b967098a9b3ae6495  -           2 x D3     1.35 kW
07/25/2017 9a356714d579b9d254e16e2786f98bf6  -             18 x GPU    14.00 kW
07/26/2017 fbe1371c1b0ea1129717d011e28e9c74  -              3 x A741     1.80 kW
07/31/2017 5abc3eddeb320016fbc3edc07f6b3e62  -                 5 x D3      6.50 kW
08/02/2017 2049ea92bfc246da92c4165fe0a89c54  -              3 x L3+     2.55 kW
08/02/2017 662541d7f10f453ea3022e10fcfa7f72  -              4 x A4     2.08 kW
08/05/2017 38fc6c50a406667116719a16d84d8eba  -              2 x MODULE   500.00 kW
08/06/2017 9c0ba570761e0d793346f6f907135c66  -           6 x S9     8.10 kW
08/07/2017 2b0cba27f26d7ac0c8bcca5e631f0c92  -           2 x MODULE   500.00 kW
08/08/2017 795bf3d211f2f543c735bf20c1bd5459  -           1 x S9     1.35 kW
08/12/2017 3543d91c01d21f23aaddab461193ddf7  -           1 x GPU     1.10 kW *
08/12/2017 dbb51b0c9554bad5fc68d6b5db53107e  -           5 x L3+     4.25 kW
08/13/2017 68e51f2e211121f4bdfa45194a6b7ccd  -           8 x D3    12.00 kW
08/13/2017 3bdbf2364432c07f060e806708a5ccd8  -             24 x D3     32.00 kW
08/14/2017 d6ef8966a39a2c08a855c77efc60a3ed  -                 ? x ?        4.50 kW
08/15/2017 b60c22972403aef688b999a1ddacb11c  -              2 x A741     1.20 kW
08/17/2017 46a69928daeb5e93654cf793b1a53c27  -           3 x D3          4.05 kW
08/17/2017 df294649ccf03593ef7685e0dc6056f4  -              3 x L3+     2.55 kW
08/18/2017 6f8d1e95d527586a2b82fa7416adae4b  -              6 x D3     8.10 kW
08/19/2017 a955d9fb7f77d7695eeafd4be459b8a2  -             10 x S9    13.50 kW
08/20/2017 dbaf93dbbb217f684bf72642f46ffae5  -              1 x L3+     0.85 kW
08/21/2017 00d46ef8805abdb75fc811c7ace144b3  -          70 x GPU    70.00 kW
08/21/2017 99b7b9fab7be337a16c17b4f5cd19a2b  -             10 x D3    13.50 kW
08/21/2017 d1a55ca3e7092b2002d13763d23650dc  -              5 x L3+     4.25 kW
08/22/2017 e22e4491ec83b2501690eb227b5e429a  -            125 x L3+   106.25 kW
08/22/2017 e22e4491ec83b2501690eb227b5e429a  -             15 x D3    20.25 kW
08/22/2017 e22e4491ec83b2501690eb227b5e429a  -             10 x A5    10.00 kW ??
08/22/2017 e22e4491ec83b2501690eb227b5e429a  -             30 x S9    40.50 kW
08/22/2017 e22e4491ec83b2501690eb227b5e429a  -             30 x T9    37.50 kW
08/24/2017 6e495e0b656808a130a71b71215ffca2  -          50 x D3    67.50 kW
08/24/2017 abec1885f1b1468761277cee4588fdef  -                 ? x ?        0.00 kW
08/25/2017 3bdbf2364432c07f060e806708a5ccd8  -             20 x PandaGPU    17.00 kW
08/25/2017 3bdbf2364432c07f060e806708a5ccd8  -             20 x D3    27.00 kW
08/25/2017 2ed985d80360da776967e592beb53507  -              2 x S9/D3/L3+   7.10 kW
08/28/2017 40319692ff4c8788a26d07dbd187a9d1  -                 2 x L3+     1.70 kW
08/29/2017 b90c341d7c84c89c27752c9d9d2b4de6  -           6 x L3+     5.10 kW
08/29/2017 628d9811cf907469145ddebe94e39e84  -             20 x L3+    17.00 kW - Immediate Need
08/30/2017 2c6a4e567580901b04096dea2094497f  -          15 x L3+    12.75 kW
08/30/2017 2c6a4e567580901b04096dea2094497f  -           7 x Giant2k      3.15 kW
09/01/2017 2e76e6bf1288ee9f7e5dce7fdffaab69  -              1 x S9     1.30 kW
09/01/2017 25eeeec614fa623171ac860c1d520bd4  -           3 x L3+     2.40 kW
09/01/2017 25eeeec614fa623171ac860c1d520bd4  -           4 x D3     4.80 kW
09/02/2017 14cf845885b4e8061f8ec15e890e18f0  -        1 x PandaGPU     0.85 kW
09/02/2017 a4011af0598fe2577a3e14041c93ec02  -             12 x L3+    10.20 kW
09/03/2017 916ac32b81f716788170031ee5a1b418  -              3 x D3     3.90 kW
09/03/2017 0aa2b8864ee07366a8f4971fe852695f  -      650 x S9   999.00 kW
09/04/2017 eeabe2351259eae45e5c2808154331e9  -           3 x A741     3.45 kW
09/05/2017 1e00e5f640affa96b685b2cce171b904  -           2 x S9     2.60 kW
09/05/2017 07daac6c5fb843c27877a67ae2a6b120  -              1 x L3+     0.85 kW
09/05/2017 c7395aa6f751248e7657696c0568e323  -             39 x L3+    33.15 kW
09/05/2017 207686fdb1be9c1ba854e8ac54e2e411  -              3 x L3+     2.55 kW
09/06/2017 5510a71585c6a17500c3b1b77df827c4  -                 3 x D3     3.90 kW
09/06/2017 5510a71585c6a17500c3b1b77df827c4  -                 1 x L3+     0.85 kW
09/07/2017 d074a6a461b232c7fbd305a971e88454  -           9 x D3    12.20 kW
09/07/2017 d074a6a461b232c7fbd305a971e88454  -           4 x L3+    12.20 kW
09/07/2017 d0227dabb843124024e0a96a3569fe25  -                10 x GPU    10.00 kW
09/07/2017 e98153151332cd312fbb370db4a2efdd  -               20 x GPU        20.00 kW
09/08/2017 afb0003647f401a85ede5a6aeec76daa  -             12 x D3    15.60 kW
09/08/2017 fec07f4e530b6ecb56252a2737c3ebe5  -          22 x L3+    18.70 kW
09/11/2017 8f83b479429b32254bffd762ad6ada88  -          60 x A741    72.00 kW
09/13/2017 722f2b0bff8fb3518117bb941417c599  -              5 x S9     7.00 kW
09/13/2017 722f2b0bff8fb3518117bb941417c599  -              4 x L3+     3.40 kW
09/16/2017 eeabe2351259eae45e5c2808154331e9  -           3 x A741     3.45 kW
09/19/2017 9095b0106275060aa10e3ee6b1057d2b  -           3 x D3     4.00 kW
09/19/2017 1fada500444fdb10e630ba3426d4a02e  -           ? x ??    62.00 kW
09/19/2017 fd917360d2fc28632201600464796ee1  -          10 x D3    13.50 kW
09/20/2017 8b2441db4f93dfbba42900dfd1da4725  -       21 x S9    30.00 kW
09/20/2017 8b2441db4f93dfbba42900dfd1da4725  -        5 x L3+     4.30 kW
09/20/2017 8b2441db4f93dfbba42900dfd1da4725  -       29 x D3    38.00 kW
09/21/2017 48f53e214619ccd20ce605614a4e81f7  -             2 x S9     2.60 kW
09/21/2017 48f53e214619ccd20ce605614a4e81f7  -             4 x D3      4.80 kW
09/24/2017 117a0b51ed85b117c4c4e535d40b6c61  -              8 x L3+     6.40 kW
09/24/2017 117a0b51ed85b117c4c4e535d40b6c61  -              7 x D3      9.50 kW
09/30/2017 4a158c2621f72d33eebbd7fe472173f8  -             ?? x S9    30.00 kW
10/03/2017 a8fb707146c4eb025e7536efa857cf10  -              1 x L3+     0.85 kW
10/03/2017 b5422dbc40ec824b572afd641c9328d8  -                21 x S9    29.00 kW
10/03/2017 00c9267d54f7b37e60144c7c7008442d  -          21 x L3+    18.00 kW
10/05/2017 5790f87d91329f04a80adec30241ed32  -             ?? x ??    74.00 kW
10/06/2017 336187db18b7e91524d9eeefc93c2144  -             31 x L3+    27.00 kW
10/06/2017 336187db18b7e91524d9eeefc93c2144  -             56 x D3    76.00 kW
10/07/2017 ce46b52e9bb2a5b4ecf80cd736294e73  -           1 x L3+     0.85 kW
10/08/2017 562a3e4ef2d9621cd571301fc480fa85  -          16 x S9    22.00 kW
10/08/2017 562a3e4ef2d9621cd571301fc480fa85  -           1 x L3+     0.85 kW
10/09/2017 a67a18d552d10658ff58625baac2b378  -              4 x L3+     3.40 kW
10/09/2017 2d28caffa03e49352d4fdd250b75cfa2  -      420 x D3   567.00 kW
10/11/2017 34f155ad7fbeacf13c7aa4200648d52b  -              2 x S9     2.80 kW
10/11/2017 8f20eef7a36565f7a1a9688bbb62de15  -              3 x S9     4.50 kW
10/12/2017 0a13741b4af347c0668cfa0d31b92c09  -           5 x L3+     4.30 kW
10/12/2017 0a13741b4af347c0668cfa0d31b92c09  -          20 x S9    27.00 kW
10/15/2017 4768c17b07a38920878bb094277edb63  -              5 x S9     7.00 kW

Current Total Reserved Capacity 4,302 kW / 3,500 kW

Send us requests for hosting at hosting@jeffcolo.net with the quantity, brand and model of the machines along with the total power consumption you expect to use. The list will be updated with your request in chronological order. If for some reason we are taking awhile to reply, rest assured that as long as you sent us a request the timestamp on the email will ensure your position.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 15 x SP20 miners hosted with JeffColo with free rental PSU's! on: June 04, 2015, 09:35:29 PM
I run JeffColo near Portland, OR. I have a customer who would like to sell their 15 x SP20 miners hosted in my facility (Just the miners, I provide PSU's with hosting).

I'm looking for competitive offers in BTC only for the immediate transfer of ownership of these machines. I can have them hashing for you within 6 confirms.

If you would like to keep the miners in my facility I will provide rented PSU's (dps2000bb) for these machines free of charge and in addition I will also match any competitive hosting deal. If you would prefer to take possession of the miners that is also no problem as I can ship them in the original packaging but the shipping costs are on the buyer.

I'm willing to sell them individually or in groups, all 15 don't have to be purchased in one lot.

The miners arrived at this facility in early Jan 2015 and have been mining at 18.3 thash @ 10.0kW (0.546W/ghash at the wall) running 40% fan speed the entire time.

Post here or PM me if interested; I will keep a follow up post with with a tally of users who are winning.

About JeffColo;

  • Redundant 1 GbE fiber connectivity, ultra low latency <1ms to NWAX peer exchange, 4G LTE backup
  • Fully redundant network fabric with redundant ethernet feeds available
  • Customer VLAN's and dedicated IP's available for additional cost
  • Remote access available through port-forward, VPN or dedicated VPS server in our own facility
  • Full VPS service on site for running your ckproxy, your own pool, full bitcoin peer node or whatever
  • Power delivery via 3 phase 208/120 - Site A
  • Power delivery via 3 phase 480/277 - Site B


Current tally;

cheeseater           5 x $385
thedreamer          4 x $375
anonymous          2 x $370
anonymous        15 x $370
anonymous          2 x $365
anonymous         15 x $330
mrx                    15 x $325
 
UDPATE: AUCTION ENDED 06/08/2015 @ 11:59:59 PM PDT

WINNERS:

cheeseater           5 x $385
thedreamer          4 x $375
anonymous          2 x $370
anonymous          4 x $370
5  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / WTS: 20x Unopened, New in Box PowerColor 6950's AX6950-2GDH on: February 09, 2012, 01:19:44 AM
I built a big cluster with the idea of putting 6 gpu's per machine. That didn't work out ... I ordered over 100 cards and have these remaining, still unopened in the box. These cards are the latest revision of the PCB which runs cooler than my previous rev cards.

The card features a dual bios which flashes easily and screw ups are easily remedied by flicking to the alternate bios. Unlocking these cards has worked about 60% of the time for me and I can provide a proper bios with the unlock, but I will not unlock the card before shipping. Flashing the bios is your own deal, your own risk.

Stock clocks of these cards is 800 mhz, I've bumped them up to typically 900 mhz and some even higher. I typically can get about 360+ mhash/sec from a shader locked card and just under 400 mhash/sec from an unlocked card.

The card features a large heatsink and dual fans. In my setup I'm running 20 machines each with 4 cards with no risers. Cards are very close together only using a plastic DVI dust cap to space the cards from each other. I've ran this setup for 9 months with no fan failures. I've now survived an entire summer (up to 95F ambient) and a winter running outdoors (down to 25F ambient).

I'll accept 40 btc (exchange rate dependent) or $220 MTGOX USD cash redeem code per card. I'll do PayPal also, but you pay the fees. Shipping costs depend on where the card is going. I will of course combine shipping for purchase of multiple cards. I will also entertain discounted offers for multiple cards.

I will provide a receipt that should provide full warranty (unopened, new in box, etc) of 2 years. I can only assure warranty from the data of my purchase in August. But in short you can rest assured as even in a pinch I would be willing to file RMA via proxy if it was needed.

Here is the output for cgminer running on a system with 4 of these current revision cards; The second card is shader locked. The other 3 are unlocked. Mind you the temperatures and fan load are at 55F ambient.

 cgminer version 2.0.8 - Started: [2012-02-08 07:38:00]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):1545.6 (avg):1537.9 Mh/s | Q:35130  A:31916  R:159  HW:0  E:91%  U:21.06/m
 TQ: 5  ST: 7  SS: 35  DW: 956  NB: 152  LW: 0  GF: 98  RF: 30
 Connected to http://blah:8332 with LP as user <unknown>
 Block: 000000649b2e2e844bd0df5a22d9c466...  Started: 08:31:20
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Pool management GPU management Settings Display options Quit
 0: 880 760 1.100 64.0C 56% | 399.5/389.7Mh/s | A:8035 R:40 HW:0 U:5.30/m I:10
 1: 880 760 1.100 62.0C 74% | 343.3/356.8Mh/s | A:7341 R:35 HW:0 U:4.84/m I:10
 2: 890 770 1.100 58.5C 68% | 404.1/394.4Mh/s | A:8317 R:35 HW:0 U:5.49/m I:10
 3: 900 780 1.100 61.5C 35% | 397.5/397.0Mh/s | A:8223 R:49 HW:0 U:5.43/m I:10
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Here is a link to the card I'm selling;

http://powercolor.com/us/products_features.asp?id=313

This is a legit, no scam offer. Catch me in irc on FreeNode in #ozcoin. My handle is sunbreak or sunbreak2.

Here is a pic of the new cards next to my cluster. Sorry, not the best pic, but evidence none the less.


6  Other / Beginners & Help / WTS: 2x Used PowerColor 6990's on: February 09, 2012, 12:12:19 AM
I originally bought 3 of these cards used off of eBay for a small fortune.

They have provided dependable service for 9 months. I have no problem running the gpu's at 900 mhz, I've gone up to 920 mhz but I preferred the power usage of 900 mhz. In addition these cards have the dual bios which switches the cards up in voltage and allows clocks into the 940-970 mhz range but at great increase in power usage. I have the original invoice for this card and so if for some reason the card goes belly up I can provide warranty proxy.

Here is the cgminer output of 1 card running at 920 mhz.

 0: 920 800 1.120 74.5C 5371 99% | 405.4/410.6Mh/s | A:8075 R:45 HW:0 U:5.51/m I:10
 1: 920 800 1.120 67.0C 30% | 419.9/410.7Mh/s | A:8143 R:43 HW:0 U:5.55/m I:10

The best I ever got was from 3 6990's in one machine pulling 2630 mhash/sec at the higher voltage.

I'm not sure what is fair pricing for a 6990 right now ... make an offer.

You can pm to sunbreak on freenode irc. Please reasonable offers only, don't waste my time. You can also just reply to this.

I'll accept BTC or MTGOX USD cash redeem code, or even PayPal if you pay the fees.

I'll be selling the 3rd card as well, but I have it loaned out right now. Should be coming back soon.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / WTS: 20x Unopened, New in Box PowerColor 6950's AX6950-2GDH on: February 09, 2012, 12:03:30 AM
I built a big cluster with the idea of putting 6 gpu's per machine. That didn't work out ... I ordered over 100 cards and have these remaining, still unopened in the box. These cards are the latest revision of the PCB which runs cooler than my previous rev cards.

The card features a dual bios which flashes easily and screw ups are easily remedied by flicking to the alternate bios. Unlocking these cards has worked about 60% of the time for me and I can provide a proper bios with the unlock, but I will not unlock the card before shipping. Flashing the bios is your own deal, your own risk.

Stock clocks of these cards is 800 mhz, I've bumped them up to typically 900 mhz and some even higher. I typically can get about 360+ mhash/sec from a shader locked card and just under 400 mhash/sec from an unlocked card.

The card features a large heatsink and dual fans. In my setup I'm running 20 machines each with 4 cards with no risers. Cards are very close together only using a plastic DVI dust cap to space the cards from each other. I've ran this setup for 9 months with no fan failures. I've now survived an entire summer (up to 95F ambient) and a winter running outdoors (down to 25F ambient).

I'll accept 40 btc (exchange rate dependent) or $220 MTGOX USD cash redeem code per card. I'll do PayPal also, but you pay the fees. Shipping costs depend on where the card is going. I will of course combine shipping for purchase of multiple cards. I will also entertain discounted offers for multiple cards.

I will provide a receipt that should provide full warranty (unopened, new in box, etc) of 2 years. I can only assure warranty from the data of my purchase in August. But in short you can rest assured as even in a pinch I would be willing to file RMA via proxy if it was needed.

Here is the output for cgminer running on a system with 4 of these current revision cards; The second card is shader locked. The other 3 are unlocked. Mind you the temperatures and fan load are at 55F ambient.

 cgminer version 2.0.8 - Started: [2012-02-08 07:38:00]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):1545.6 (avg):1537.9 Mh/s | Q:35130  A:31916  R:159  HW:0  E:91%  U:21.06/m
 TQ: 5  ST: 7  SS: 35  DW: 956  NB: 152  LW: 0  GF: 98  RF: 30
 Connected to http://blah:8332 with LP as user <unknown>
 Block: 000000649b2e2e844bd0df5a22d9c466...  Started: 08:31:20
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Pool management GPU management Settings Display options Quit
 0: 880 760 1.100 64.0C 56% | 399.5/389.7Mh/s | A:8035 R:40 HW:0 U:5.30/m I:10
 1: 880 760 1.100 62.0C 74% | 343.3/356.8Mh/s | A:7341 R:35 HW:0 U:4.84/m I:10
 2: 890 770 1.100 58.5C 68% | 404.1/394.4Mh/s | A:8317 R:35 HW:0 U:5.49/m I:10
 3: 900 780 1.100 61.5C 35% | 397.5/397.0Mh/s | A:8223 R:49 HW:0 U:5.43/m I:10
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Here is a link to the card I'm selling;

http://powercolor.com/us/products_features.asp?id=313

This is a legit, no scam offer. Catch me in irc on FreeNode in #ozcoin. My handle is sunbreak or sunbreak2.

Here is a pic of the new cards next to my cluster. Sorry, not the best pic, but evidence none the less.


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