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861  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [Sales] K1 Nanos - Big Picture Mining Cooperative on: July 20, 2013, 12:10:41 PM
Am not sure if you remember, but somewhere on the klondike thread Chris suggested that a K1 (chipless) could be used to interface between usb and k16`s.  I like this idea of reducing the k16 workload with a K1. Would you give some thought to a short production run for chipless K1's. Am not sure what the demand would be but am sure there would also be demand for diyer`s with a few chips left from their orders also.

Good Luck, I maybe ordering a few complete miners once the chips come in.. Wink


Edit : Just had a browse of the site, added a miner as it was priced at 0BTC shipping was 0BTC. I then increased it to 100 miners still 0BTC. Was tempted to try the rest of the checkout process  Grin

Try this K1 BOARD ONLY group buy for that... I am all for it... just need enough people and a round number 100? 1000?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252113.0

Thanks, I need to pay more attention, I keep missing things as the forum is so busy these days.. Shocked
862  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [Sales] K1 Nanos - Big Picture Mining Cooperative on: July 20, 2013, 07:16:47 AM
Am not sure if you remember, but somewhere on the klondike thread Chris suggested that a K1 (chipless) could be used to interface between usb and k16`s.  I like this idea of reducing the k16 workload with a K1. Would you give some thought to a short production run for chipless K1's. Am not sure what the demand would be but am sure there would also be demand for diyer`s with a few chips left from their orders also.

Good Luck, I maybe ordering a few complete miners once the chips come in.. Wink


Edit : Just had a browse of the site, added a miner as it was priced at 0BTC shipping was 0BTC. I then increased it to 100 miners still 0BTC. Was tempted to try the rest of the checkout process  Grin
863  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Upgrading a 3.5A adaptor on a USB hub on: July 20, 2013, 02:38:52 AM
Am sure the GND will be fine, I see no issue with soldering some extra cable across the +5v terminals between outlets. I have a couple of cheap 10 ports on order to experiment with. If all looks good I will power them of a 1200W PSU that I have brought for my K16's and post some pictures.

Will be G8 to have all my miners on 1 PSU as to avoid extra wiring clutter   Grin
864  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Linux mining distro for the Raspberry PI - MinePeon on: July 20, 2013, 02:02:41 AM

http://www.correderajorge.es/wifi-under-raspberry-pi-with-archlinux/

They should get you up and going until I can come up with something better.

Newil

I tried this a few days back. I get as far as



5: wlan0: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc pfifo_fast state UP mode DORMANT qlen 1000


ip link set wlan0 up

It returns state - unknown
I can switch it down again and state shows down.
At this point am over it for the time being, until my wife starts to moan about the miners in the kitchen again its staying on the lan..
 Roll Eyes
865  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Project Evil Genius Custom SHA2-256 Circuits on a FPGA on: July 19, 2013, 12:28:00 PM
Watching, good luck with this.  Grin
866  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [Closed]Avalon Chips - 0.081 BTC (Global+Escrow)-BATCH2 SECURED on: July 19, 2013, 06:51:57 AM
T13,
Are you still planning to source boards or buy from Klondike (@$6 per board) and which pic will you be planning on using.

Regards
867  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Confused where Bitcoins will go with Jalapeno and BFL Easyminer on: July 18, 2013, 07:51:01 AM
surely easyminer was installed by op..on his pc.... its a long jump to bfl must of been mining with his jally.

Am missing something here  Huh


Although am sure they where.   Grin
868  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Which USB hub to use with Block Erupters or K1? A List. on: July 17, 2013, 09:34:35 AM
Am thinking of a couple of cheap 10 port ebay hubs, throw away the psu's and power them straight of an atx psu ( i`ll need one for my k16`s anyway).

Anyone got any thoughts on this???   Grin
869  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: [BOUNTY 0.1 BTC] is possible a rig with a Raspberry PI and 49 Block erupter USB? on: July 17, 2013, 04:44:02 AM
Have you thought to try minepeon.


very simple setup..

http://minepeon.com/index.php/Main_Page#Installation
870  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Where the place for buy bitcoin usb stick? on: July 17, 2013, 04:24:57 AM
I live in asia not USA. Are there any other charge or fee and how long I can get it?
https://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=store They are only BTC1.05 including shipping for US customers.

As previously suggested, canaryinthemine, shipping is between 1-1.5 btc international. Ok if your buying 10-14, get some with a friend  Wink

if you post your country am sure ur find someone to go half's with..

7 - 10 days for delivery is about average to australia so same for you i expect.
871  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Klondike - 16 chip ASIC Open Source Board - Preliminary on: July 15, 2013, 11:03:32 AM

I'm going to order boards in a couple days. I'll be posting here to take orders for anyone who wants to get in on my initial batch - boards only. This time they'll be BLUE. They'll be low cost and should be treated as final beta - ie. no warranty, but my best effort to ensure 99% chance of full utility.

So, stand ready. Boards usually take 3-4 days to produce and 7-8 days to arrive here. If I have a big enough order that it's worth it I can add Express shipping and have them faster. Then I'll re-pack small orders and ship out. These are for hardcore DIY use only. Your average tinkerer is not going to want to get into this (it took me 6 hours to hand place the parts, 3 minutes to cook, and many hours of testing). I'll be writing up a PDF guide later.

If you want a plug n play board you need to go with one of the vendors making a real product.

 Grin Grin Grin
Are you planning on doing a kit with components (loose not soldered) at a later date, I would love an original final beta even if I never populate it.  Grin

Would be g8 if I could have a k16 and a few of k1's then I`ll get kits later and swap the boards out. Any Idea on prices..

Keep up the G8 work.
872  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Announcement - ASIC mining processor by Butterfly Labs on: July 14, 2013, 04:33:07 AM
Don't get upset guys his comment was directed at BFL_Josh !

Have you watched Fight Club  Grin

873  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 14, 2013, 12:53:13 AM
If I understood correctly DX large need K64 not K16 ... but I may be wrong ...

That is correct. klee, these cards won't necessarily fit as they are in your case. They normally cost $250 each. 3x k16 cards total to $750. 30 BTC would be practically paying $3000 for them. $1000 per card. Your case is made for a k64 which is 4 k16s. I wouldn't pay $1000 a piece for k16s.
Wow, thanks for clearing this up!
Hey btceic, if they are ready to mine in a Mini case and I don't have to pay extra, I am in for 800$.This is my last offer man..

They are 3 hosted K16's, I paid $750.00 via paypal for them, 8 BTC sounds fair.

Get it approved by Amir or Justin at TerraHash and we can all move forward.
Ok, I will try to find them and proceed with this - I will be out of base for 12 hours don't freak out man this is up to TH now..

Am glad you two have found common ground, lets hope TerraHash will agree, I think this is a great resolution and TerraHash should consider allowing others to do the same if they wish.
874  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 13, 2013, 11:57:50 AM
I was able to debug the hardware. The board is hashing at 347 MHz right now. That is the highest I could go.

Code:
cgminer version 3.3.1 - Started: [2013-07-13 03:24:17]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 (5s):2.294G (avg):2.406Gh/s | A:2096  R:6  HW:420  WU:70.7/m
 ST: 2  SS: 0  NB: 6  LW: 2893  GF: 0  RF: 0
 Connected to stratum.btcguild.com diff 2 with stratum as user terrahash_pps1
 Block: 00736c6f5c3f355a...  Diff:26.2M  Started: [03:40:51]  Best share: 2.03K
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 [P]ool management [S]ettings [D]isplay options [Q]uit
 KLN 0:       42C 1.2V | 2.738G/2.413Gh/s | A:2098 R:6 HW:420 WU:  70.8/m
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I am gonna tweak it a little bit more. I'll shoot another video tomorrow.
Whats that about 21% (am no expert and cant remember the calculation) Hardware error rate! Any Ideas where the issue is or how to get this down?
875  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Which USB hub to use with Block Erupters? A List. on: July 13, 2013, 09:07:36 AM
Well those miners get a lot hotter when on a USB Extension cable  Roll Eyes
876  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 13, 2013, 09:02:52 AM
On a side note, I cannot believe that you can sit here and tell me that they didn't rush you out the door when you went there, that was their chance to shine and shut the nay sayers up and provide validation that they are a great start-up to do business with.

I wasn't rushed out the door. I stayed for about 15 minutes. It actually made Amir late for his meeting. He could have told me to leave when I first arrived. Technically, since his meeting was at 15:00, he should have been heading out the door as I walked in. So, from what I can recall, you have 4x k16 boards on order? Am I correct? Maybe someone on the forum would be willing to buy them from you. You could switch the shipping to local pickup and I could pick them up when my boards are ready. I can then ship them to the buyer. I would need to be reimbursed for the shipping/handling costs though.

Or, better yet, you could put them up for auction on eBay or Bitmit. I'm sure that you would be able to sell them. People will pay $400-$500 a piece for these boards. Have you tried that yet? You could actually make some profit from your pre-order. If people are willing to pay $500 for a jalapeno that they may or may not receive in September, they would certainly buy your boards for $450 each. Let me know if you need any advice regarding selling them. I've been selling on eBay on and off for 9 years.
I have ordered a DX Large with 2 modules hosted there - I am interested for more 4.
Can btceic's be used? If yes l will buy them with BTC, knightlife999 can do some sort of escort or TH can provide us with an efficient solution!
I am willing to pay around 900$ for each...

@atomicchaos sorry for being an asshole before, just got fedup from the negativity here...
Invitation for summer in Greece still valid, no homo or violence included lmao
+1000
I think anyone who wants out should have the opportunity, Its being done in the group buys for people who have changed there mind and there is never a shortage of takers.

If Terra would help facilitate this there could at least be some harmony in this thread.

No need for Escrow, buy sends btc to Terra, Terra sends refund. Buyer takes over the order and place in queue.
Simple

877  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Which USB hub to use with Block Erupters? A List. on: July 13, 2013, 06:45:32 AM
Custom Fan Bracket

Made from a pci card knock out I had laying around. bend shape drill small hole. Adjust with some side cutters.
Total time about 6 minutes...
878  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Which USB hub to use with Block Erupters? A List. on: July 13, 2013, 06:38:46 AM
These are on ebay, I think they are Identical to the Anker and same spec.. 4A PSU so in theory should be good for 8 units. Its been happily running 10 for the last week.
Orico seem to have hubs that look the same as some other manufactures as well as Anker.

879  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Klondike - 16 chip ASIC Open Source Board - Preliminary on: July 13, 2013, 04:30:34 AM

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BTW my fridge and the small magnifier ring light both cause enough EMI on the power line here to cause a USB disconnect. Probably the source of much random noise. Half the time when the fridge turns on, cgminer re-inits the KLn device. They're on the same outlet circuit

- If such a permanent issue exists, why not to invest in a good power line surge protector?

My choice here always was the top device from the current APC SurgeArrest product line and I honestly must said that I never was disappointed.

Modern APC SurgeArrest PER5, for example, offers 15 - 55 dB EMI / RFI noise rejection in 100 kHz to 10MHz frequency range, amongst the other useful features:

http://www.apcmedia.com/salestools/ASTE-6Z7UZU/ASTE-6Z7UZU_R0_EN.pdf
Yes, I should pick up something like that. Problem here is that that kind of thing I have to order from USA. What they sell here is either junk or triple price.

Or maybe buy some parts for noise rejection and mount them in the one I have.
Probably a website somewhere with how to do that.

If there is anything you need that can be sourced in Australia, let me no.. Am flying to BKK on the 21st and can bring it with me...
880  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 12, 2013, 11:26:07 PM
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All he has to do is send me a refund and I will shut the fuck up, if it's that important to you go ahead and buy me out, see my previous threads for pricing information.

btw, I submitted an FTC complaint today.


I don't understand why they don't? They could just open up a limited amount of new orders to cover the refunds if needed.   

They prob spent all the money on more chips when all the paypal funds cleared.

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