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661  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The last Batch of AntMiner S2 1TH/s Miner, $1850 per unit, Shipping on June 26th on: June 19, 2014, 04:20:52 PM
For those planning to upgrade their S2's . Do you think Bitmain will provide the below parts to use the old hashing boards  instead of having them sit on a shelf ?

Would be nice, if they could sell the following only:
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      1 Power Board;
       1 set of IO Board + BB Board + SD card;
       2 sets of Fans + Fans’ cover;
       1 LCD screen;

Try thinking out of the box?  Keep your S2 intact and buy two S3's  Shocked  magic!

You can think like that when you have access to unlimited power. For those that would like to put as much hashing power as possible on the same outlet, especially if no PSU upgrade is required. It is best to do the upgrade and resell the old hashing boards. That way you increase your hashing power while keeping the power requirements constant.

magic lol
662  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The last Batch of AntMiner S2 1TH/s Miner, $1850 per unit, Shipping on June 26th on: June 19, 2014, 12:43:19 PM
For those planning to upgrade their S2's . Do you think Bitmain will provide the below parts to use the old hashing boards  instead of having them sit on a shelf ?

Would be nice, if they could sell the following only:
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      1 Power Board;
       1 set of IO Board + BB Board + SD card;
       2 sets of Fans + Fans’ cover;
       1 LCD screen;
663  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The last Batch of AntMiner S2 1TH/s Miner, $1850 per unit, Shipping on June 26th on: June 19, 2014, 12:40:53 PM
What are people's thoughts about starting mining with one of these for $1450 after coupon starting in the beginning of July?
Wish I had more information as to the cost of the S3 and cost to upgrade the s2 in the future.

Lot of hashing power just hit the network a few days ago. Will result in around 20% or more increase in difficulty and with some of the  KNC Neptunes "shipping" this month, that might push it a little further.  Might be best to wait to see what is offered with the S3 so that you will have a miner that lasts longer.

However if the upgrade path for the S2 is very cheap and reasonable then that might change things
664  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [PRE-ORDER] 100MH LightningAsic Scrypt miner LA100M, USD1999 on: June 18, 2014, 10:22:10 PM
I'd be interested in the reseller offer. I'm in California and have office space in NYC ...  Cool

contact us on skype

Tried to contact you on Skype, but suspect it must have been the wrong Andy. Wanted  me to send BTC to start reseller agreement, not sure if this is your policy. In any case can the reseller terms be discussed via email  ? 

Instead of playing cat and mouse on Skype

What Skype address did you use? Did you get a BTC address?

It was a scammer account . They wanted BTC at the address below. Upon looking closer at the skype name , it has live:tech.andy

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Payment BTC address:
17kn4utdb9Zcc6kEr7Vr1P1LtPJQc2fCK1
665  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com on: June 18, 2014, 11:17:36 AM
Stop the bickering kids  Grin

Difficulty should reach escape velocity now that KNC has fully funded  there new asics. They will probably stop selling soon and make miners for themselves Sad. If that really does happen, hopefully all has learnt. The customers would have just been a means to an end, not the business model.
666  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [PRE-ORDER] 100MH LightningAsic Scrypt miner LA100M, USD1999 on: June 18, 2014, 02:07:55 AM
I'd be interested in the reseller offer. I'm in California and have office space in NYC ...  Cool

contact us on skype

Tried to contact you on Skype, but suspect it must have been the wrong Andy. Wanted  me to send BTC to start reseller agreement, not sure if this is your policy. In any case can the reseller terms be discussed via email  ? 

Instead of playing cat and mouse on Skype
667  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: ASIC Scrypt Miners Up To 280MH+! www.ZigHash.com on: June 18, 2014, 01:36:34 AM
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Power Consumption: Approximately 9700W (+ or – 10%)
Power Connection: 40 x PSU 6 PIN PCIE Socket (6 PIN PCIE to be used with a modular PSU. 20 x 600W PSU is recommended)

So...the 280MH miner seems like it might be a little difficult to run at home. 20 x 600W PSUs recommended. Shocked

Wow. Way tooooo much power, these will if they are not already be very unprofitable in less than 2 months
668  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: 1TH/s Dragon miner ships out to anywhere in the world 1749$ via DHL/UPS on: June 15, 2014, 02:34:43 AM
Whats going on, you have been online yet are not answering any questions? Credibility is important if you want to be a successful reseller.

Sorry, I was busy uploading pictures.

LKETC dropped their price on their international website, it is now cheaper to buy from them directly then from any reseller.

I like to earn some extra cash from other miners, but if I sell it to you for 1749 and they sell it for 1599.88, I am ripping people off.
And I don't like to earn that kind of money.


Not a lot of resellers have this mentality. Good to see it on the forums
669  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [WTS] EBOOKSFORUM.COM on: June 15, 2014, 02:26:52 AM
well u can think RUM  too  Roll Eyes

Yup saw rum too!
670  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS][$2600] Brand New 3.5 MH/s 5X Gigabyte Windforce 280X & 1500W PSU on: June 14, 2014, 09:58:06 PM
Guys. Let me know how much your willing to pay. Might want to get ride of these rigs soon for sure
671  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Innosilicon A2 Terminator 90Mhs Scrypt Miner $9500 incl shipping worldwide on: June 13, 2014, 10:38:12 PM
Price updated, $9500 including shipping. Thanks

Can you convince factory to drop to $6000 ?. Once the larger miners get released in the not too distant future. Probably around August these will only be worth 88/300 *10000  approximately just about $3000.


672  Economy / Services / Re: [Lee group]6779$ for 90M scrypt miner and 1699$ for dragon 1T bitcoin miner on: June 13, 2014, 10:33:11 PM
Hey Lee - I'm an old Dragon customer and have not checked your thread in a while.
The A2 Terminator is interesting but I don't see specs on the first page.  Is the $6779 listed the full delivery price?
Expensive and I have been out of Scrypt since asics came around.  But maybe it's time to get back in.

That is not the full price.Currently he has a special not sure if it is still on. The full price is around $9700 to $10000 if I remember correctly.  $6779 would be a decent price though  Grin Lee
673  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [Group Buy] $9,999 Innosilicon A2 Terminator 86 MH/s - 90 MH/s Save Over 1000 on: June 06, 2014, 10:11:41 PM
No interest at all ? Please provide any feedback that will help close this group buy.
Because there is nothing new. check this
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=596236.0

That explains it. I missed your post.

Will lock this thread. Will wait until all the asics have hit the market after the Titan launches to see what the growth is like before getting any other machines on second thought
674  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: 600GH/s Monarch 20% discount January 6th preorder on: June 06, 2014, 10:07:34 PM
poor u ... consider those money thrown on the window , no one buys BFL these days , i feel sorry for u

Very sad. Most people learned there lesson from the  BFL single days. Hopefully now everyone have learned  there lesson and will not just throw money at BFL.
675  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [CLOSED] Group Buy Antminer S2 $1650.- May 25th - 150/150 on: June 04, 2014, 03:16:58 AM
Where is Juan?  Huh

I am also asking the same question. Waiting on him to resolve my issue
676  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [Group Buy] $9,999 Innosilicon A2 Terminator 86 MH/s - 90 MH/s Save Over 1000 on: June 02, 2014, 10:30:25 PM
No interest at all ? Please provide any feedback that will help close this group buy.
677  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [Group Buy] $9,999 Innosilicon A2 Terminator 86 MH/s - 90 MH/s Save Over 1000 on: June 01, 2014, 07:06:23 AM
Quantity : 0/25

Got an A2 from Innosilicon, it ran great right out of the box, no need to reseat cards or cables. See below for pics and performance snapshots. It runs at approximately 86 mh/s - 90 mh/s, never less than 86 mh/s in my experience so far.

I would like to obtain another unit, and I am sure others on the forum would like to own a unit as well. I have arranged with Innosilicon for a price of $9,999 USD plus shipping($200 USD) .This is only possible if we order in bulk 25 units (Agreed amoun with Innosilicon).  We will save over $1000 USD on the A2 vs buying from various resellers.

Payment:
A2 payments should be sent to 1NMaHePaUHVgbKgAhTYsZGb7kW6PAicvbn .  A deposit of 0.1 BTC can be sent to reserve your order and pay the total after the group buy is full (25/25)

Shipping:
Will be shipped directly from Innosilicon 3 days after payment for the units have been submitted. If our order is submitted by Wednesday, they will be able to ship out our units by Friday

Refund:
If the minimum quantity of 25 is not meet to complete this group buy. All BTC will be returned to their owneers


Pictures & Hash Rate:









Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
 
678  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: AntMiner S2 1TH/s Miner (1w/GH/s) on: May 31, 2014, 09:08:43 PM
Well thank you my friend, but i'm concerned that i may actually be on the wrong track.....

Since a power outage earlier today, i've been busy reimaging the SD cards of two out of my three S2's.  The power outage knocked out two of them but the 3rd booted back up no problem.

I have now reimaged the SD cards twice, but i still can't get the machines to boot!

The lights of the BBB board all light up, but the blue activity lights do NOT.  This, to me, means the BBB board failed to boot for whatever reason.  In the past, it's been a corrupt SD card due to loosing power at a bad time, but i just can't seem to solve it this time.

I'm now imaging again using your just-uploaded version.  fingers crossed.

if this doesn't work, then what???



Format the card and image it, try to boot, if it won't boot take a few asic cards out so you can read teh BBB and eject the sd card while the unit is on, then put it back in, you'll see the ethernet lights cycle, I've had that make mine turn on before.


In other news, I did have a bad BBB that wouldn't write to the SD card. I replaced it with a factory BBB, that's what my machine is using now

I think i have this same issue. Cannot get my S2 to boot not matter how much time I image the card
679  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: STOCK B2 35MH/S LITECOIN MINER/3400USD with Shipping on: May 30, 2014, 11:49:53 AM
Unit is full of Dust on the Top? that look not too good...

Tested 4 of the  Dragon A1 1T miner units. They are heavily used and had layers of dust. Just be aware of what your getting. I would ask for pics of the machine not only on the outside but the inside and ask for pictures of actual miner to be shipped so that you know what your getting.

The only plus so far is that all 4 machines work with any issues so far but they are not new but heavily used.
680  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: public record, case 13LA09619 won against BFL on: May 30, 2014, 11:41:24 AM
Should be an open and shut case to get this re-opened and dismissed.

Looks like it is taking BFL Two Weeks(TM) to get the case dismissed.  Cheesy

Haha. Good one

They really deserve it. Hopefully the Monarch is the last and final product coming out of that company. If customers still go to them after the delays with the Monarch combined with Josh's attitude. The world cannot be saved.

There is already so much negative sentiment around this company
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