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761  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Brand New 3.5 MH/s 5X Gigabyte Windforce 280X & 1500W PSU on: March 13, 2014, 02:42:33 AM
Lowered price to 2700 and updated title to reflect minimum has rate.
762  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [Setup & Troubleshoot] Bitmain AntMiner S1 180GH/S miner on: March 12, 2014, 04:39:38 AM
One of the S1 miners does not boot at all and as a result I cannot connect to the miner . 

The ethernet port does not light up with both green and orange lights , instead it only blinks with a single green light. The miner seems to be stuck and refusing to boot. Any pointers or help ?

Hardware reset:



Tried the hardware reset 5 times Sad before posting
763  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [Setup & Troubleshoot] Bitmain AntMiner S1 180GH/S miner on: March 12, 2014, 04:18:54 AM
One of the S1 miners does not boot at all and as a result I cannot connect to the miner . 

The ethernet port does not light up with both green and orange lights , instead it only blinks with a single green light. The miner seems to be stuck and refusing to boot. Any pointers or help ?
764  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Brand New 3.1 - 3.5 MH/s 5X Gigabyte Windforce 280X & 1500W PSU on: March 11, 2014, 09:32:32 AM
bump
765  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] Brand New 3.1 - 3.5 MH/s 5X Gigabyte Windforce 280X & 1500W PSU on: March 10, 2014, 03:44:23 AM
Would you sell just the PSU?
No can't sell just the PSU, you can make me an offer on the rig though
766  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS][OFFER] Newish 3.5 MH/s 5X Gigabyte Windforce 280X & 1500W PSU on: March 09, 2014, 03:52:48 PM
Hi Guys/Gals,


Built some rigs with all brand new parts. Have only been running for about a day for testing. Would like at least  $2600 USD  in Bitcoin/Litecoin  + shipping for the rig with the following specs below.

Let me know how much your willing to pay.

GPU's - 5X  Gigabyte R9 280X http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125490
PSU -  SILVERSTONE ST1500 1500W  http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256054
MotherBoard -  ASRock H81 Pro BTC LGA (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157471)
CPU -  Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU G1820 @ 2.70GHz http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116888&Tpk=N82E16819116888
Memory - 1 GB DDR3
Case - Nice clean aluminum frame

Let me know if you need more details. Escrow is welcome, buyer pays fees. I have done sales and purchases before on the forum. Check my posts.








767  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, LA1THS, usd5000, stock ready now. on: March 07, 2014, 03:06:29 AM
here is new ATX pcie cable. will be add to package for free.LA3M will bundle with  4 pcs.its free.

Are you going to send a set of those to earlier clients too?
when you place new order, i will provide free cables too. if send seperately, too much money for me.cannot stand it.

Hahahahahaha, you're hilarious. You're making a very hefty profit on a sale. Miss a promised shipping date by 14 days. Ignore all requests about it, and deny any kind of a refund because "the market gave you too many orders".

And now you don't want to send cables that you give away free to new customers to the customers you so dearly screwed. Good work.

He doesn't have to give these out to anyone - not even new customers if he does't want to. When you handed over your money did you know these were even available? Ofc not. If they hadn't been offered to new customers would you even be discussing it? Ofc not. Stop being a big baby, crying about it not being fair. You can make these cables yourself for less than $5 each. Why should he have to spend thousands of dollars sending these out to you big cry babies? The cost of the shipping will be many times more than the cost of the cables themselves.

And about him being two weeks late - look at his BTC address alone ~$600,000 of orders in 4 weeks, and thats not to mention all the people who wired him USD. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't have the faintest idea how to deal with demand like that. Two weeks really isn't that bad when you consider BFL, Hashfast, Cointerra etc etc. KnC were more than a month late. I even saw the first Bitmain customers waiting longer than that, and look at Bitmains reputation now - sun shines out of his ass because he got his shit together after the initial breaking in period.

Jack's been a decent guy so far - he has RMA'd my broken miners, and now he tests each one individually before shipment.
He is replacing broken controllers for free. He is ramping up his back office staff and systems to deal with the demand. He is spending his 'hefty profits' on a web portal with proper tracking. Give the guy a freaking break

Haters gonna hate - aint no stopping that

+1

+2

+3 jack is a hard worker. We are paying him well but he has met all expectations and delivered!!! Thanks jack!

+4 Jack makes a good aftersales support. Thanks for that, Jack.
+5 Great guy, he will deliver just give him some time
768  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 28, 2014, 06:03:42 AM
Is anyone using these for both BTC and LTC ? If so what are your settings ? I am currently able to achieve the 10 GH/s per  grid seed resulting in a total of 100 Gh/s but unable to  get above 102 kh/s .  Currently running at 850 Mhz .

Any help is appreciated

Try at 800 or 750



Ok will give that a try now


Wow that really made a big difference, running close to advertised. Will leave it to sit overnight.

Which did you go for? 800?

I wanted to try to over clock as much as possible, but I want to have both scrypt and sha256 mining  stable. When i was using 850 mhz I only got 104 kh/s. As soon as i changed it to 800 mhz , scrypt and sha256 mode is much more stable.

Have you had luck with higher clock ?
769  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 28, 2014, 04:37:52 AM
Is anyone using these for both BTC and LTC ? If so what are your settings ? I am currently able to achieve the 10 GH/s per  grid seed resulting in a total of 100 Gh/s but unable to  get above 102 kh/s .  Currently running at 850 Mhz .

Any help is appreciated

Try at 800 or 750



Ok will give that a try now


Wow that really made a big difference, running close to advertised. Will leave it to sit overnight.
770  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 28, 2014, 04:20:42 AM
Is anyone using these for both BTC and LTC ? If so what are your settings ? I am currently able to achieve the 10 GH/s per  grid seed resulting in a total of 100 Gh/s but unable to  get above 102 kh/s .  Currently running at 850 Mhz .

Any help is appreciated

Try at 800 or 750



Ok will give that a try now
771  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 28, 2014, 04:18:41 AM
Is anyone using these for both BTC and LTC ? If so what are your settings ? I am currently able to achieve the 10 GH/s per  grid seed resulting in a total of 100 Gh/s but unable to  get above 102 kh/s .  Currently running at 850 Mhz .

I see firmware for the miners themselves. Was a new firmware released for the controllers ?

Any help is appreciated.
772  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 27, 2014, 09:29:33 PM
Nevermind. We have to cut them. Thx for info in posts
773  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 27, 2014, 09:23:00 PM
For the life of me, I cannot find where to plug the power cable on this PSU supplied by lighting a sic. There are no openings besides the area to connect power for each miner. Please help, I have attached pics of all angles of the supplied PSU







774  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, 1THS(1000GHS) Bitcoin miner, 950W. on: February 27, 2014, 01:51:22 PM
I got my LA6M today but only one of the controllers is functional  Angry. The other controller isn't recognized by my router. This means I can only run 10 units right now (only half of my order). I tried all 20 on one controller but it wont use all the miners and only gets 3mh total. Not happy with this situation. Is the lightningAsic brand the only controller that disables sha-256? I need a controller (that disables sha-256 and only mines scrypt) fast.

What do you mean by disables  she-256 ? Are you saying that you cannot enable and disable the she-256 cores as you wish ?  The controller from lightingasic only allows script mining ? I ordered to use both cores, this would not be good news
775  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, 1THS(1000GHS) Bitcoin miner, 950W. on: February 27, 2014, 01:27:23 PM
Ok I had enough of this sharade ....I payed on Feb 11  in BTC for one LA3M proof: txid: 68685976617132fb6c6c06d29673a4faa711857d704fa68a051950fe13be7810 and he said he will deliver it in max 7-10 days.

Today is Feb 27 and I received no LA3M , not  even a tracking no. Yesterday he said: "just a min I will check your order" and after 24 h still no reply.

Every mail I sent to Angela was like dropping a coin into a hole...you can't even hear it reaching the bottom...she never replied back with a tracking a number, not even a confirmation of my BTC payment.Only Jack replied but without solid answers to my questions, like: we will ship soon or just wait" and so on.

Jack acording to your TOS I'm entitled to ask for a refund if you didn't ship in 10 days max from my BTC payment.You are 1 week late you drain out my patience completely and  I see my ROI getting thiner, so REFUND ME AT ONCE please, at my address: 1JUVE4VXSUikBUabLbVNu5CJopzqmRWQzk    or if you already shipped my order pm me with a solid proof: tracking no, otherway just refund.
I'm not going to get "we will ship your order soon or today" for granted again.

I'm going to be a gentleman and  wait 24 h more for my BTC refund before a I shall put a SCAM tag on you and post negative feedback.

If you won't refund me after those 24 h  I will make a signature with lightningasic marked as SCAM and link it to this topic and pay others for posting their signatures in here and everywhere in this forum and litecointalk.


Was in the same boat, but then I called DHL and told them that I should have a package on the way. Gave them my details and they found the package . They are really unorganized and might not even have a good way of checking what they sent out.
776  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [GUIDE] GridSeed Miner Support/Tuning on: February 27, 2014, 05:27:22 AM
I have attached my Gridseed back to the computer where I had the COM: open failed problem.

I still can't figure out exactly what does the magic, but here's exactly what I did:

  • My Virtual COM: port was COM11: so I tried again with COM11: => same problem as before
  • Re-mapped COM11: to COM2: using the Device Manager (go to Advanced...)
  • Tried again with COM2: => same problem as before
  • Disconnected the miner, reconnected the miner, waited for about 2 minutes
  • Tried again with COM2: => this time, it worked  Shocked  Huh

So it might be worth trying this, although I'm still not getting it 100%

The sequence is out. Move some of the steps around in different combinations until you get the same result every time. Then you've got it.
Remapping played a big part in the resolution of not being able to open comm 2...so now it opens comm 2 but it's really comm11? or remapping then changing the config file to match the same comm port as the remap?
Just thinkin out loud.....
wolfey2014

Is the performance on the PC better vs using the controller  ? For some reason I feel that might be able to be tweaked a bit more. Receiving my unit on Saturday, just following posts trying to figure out how to get them to reach 400 kh/s - 500 kh/s like others have.
777  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: LightningAsic usb miners based Gridseed GC3355 Tech Support Thread on: February 25, 2014, 11:18:32 PM
With some help I managed to get into the controller, and get ssh working. It is indeed off by default.

However, I instinctively changed the root password as soon as I got in, so I can't really help with the password hash Tongue

I uploaded the binaries of cgminer/minerd from the /www/soft directory here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7cOfhzHSYKJWWVOTF9uN0RxcHc/edit?usp=sharing maybe somebody can use those (I don't).

This is the /lib/modules dir: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7cOfhzHSYKJeGh3YUxfOHpjWDQ/edit?usp=sharing

How did you get into the controller to get ssh working. FYI my unit is on the way but this information will be useful
778  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, 1THS(1000GHS) Bitcoin miner, 950W. on: February 23, 2014, 11:42:49 PM
Dhl tracking still says "shipment information received", which means that they don't actually have the package.

Jack said 2 things:
1) the units would be shipped before feb 20, otherwise he would give a refund.
2) the units thanks to a phantomatic would be able to hash at 500khash

None of them turned out to be true, and those were the reasons that made me order this things


Same situation here as well .
779  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, 1THS(1000GHS) Bitcoin miner, 950W. on: February 21, 2014, 12:53:03 AM
The controller firmware can only be installed by jack he isn't making it available for people to use on their own.

In regards to a support thread I am working on one it is linked in my signature.

What the hell?!?!

What if we need to upgrade it? Is it possible to update at home?

From my understanding no. But I am not Jack you will have to ask him directly.

You mentioned before that the units can be over clocked without the new firmware correct ?  Can you post a guide how to over clock the units to get the 500 kh/s shown by jack using the new firmware ?

My unit was shipped so should arrive shortly . Would like to get all my instructions in place

Running via cpuminer on the computer you just put the frequency at 900

Ok. So i guess I won't be able to use the controller. Will play with cpuminer when it comes
780  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: SCRYPT ASIC miner ready. BTC+LTC ASIC miner, 1THS(1000GHS) Bitcoin miner, 950W. on: February 21, 2014, 12:41:06 AM
The controller firmware can only be installed by jack he isn't making it available for people to use on their own.

In regards to a support thread I am working on one it is linked in my signature.

What the hell?!?!

What if we need to upgrade it? Is it possible to update at home?

From my understanding no. But I am not Jack you will have to ask him directly.

You mentioned before that the units can be over clocked without the new firmware correct ?  Can you post a guide how to over clock the units to get the 500 kh/s shown by jack using the new firmware ?

My unit was shipped so should arrive shortly . Would like to get all my instructions in place
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