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1  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs and servicing them while times are weird. on: September 25, 2014, 06:04:20 PM
Nice, I hope the bfgm shut-offs are over here, seeing how it goes so far I'm confident. 400, 425 and 475GH rated, doing well. Go 4.2.0 man



Must send the cap one back....must se....must sssss...
2  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs and servicing them while times are weird. on: September 25, 2014, 05:34:22 PM
Lightfoot you really want a 64bit OS and BFL's custom build 4.2.0 BFGMiner, all the errors from the screenshots I posted are gone and speed is 10% up. I'm running win7pro 64bit on an amd3200+ 1GB ram laptop. Too bad my hp mini's hardware can't handle 64bit.

3  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 17, 2014, 07:58:24 PM
Are you using the restartoncrash with the .bat file or bfgminer.exe?
4  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 17, 2014, 12:12:56 PM
Shoot. Did you try the auto-restarter thing?

C
Don't think that would work, a manual restart gives me a blank bfgminer screen after probing the com ports, I need to restart the pc and powercycle the miners to get something hashing again. Now 4.7 behave erratic too, and I'm on 4.8 again.
5  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 16, 2014, 09:38:43 AM
BFGMiner running without shutting down for 3 days now, on 4.7 and both monarchs on an un-powered  usb hub.

edit;   and 1 hour later it has shut down again. Trying 4.8 now...
6  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 13, 2014, 06:13:55 PM
Thanks Taugeran,

DEVICE: BitForce SC-28nm SHA256         DEVICE: BitForce SC-28nm SHA256
FIRMWARE: 1.3.0                                 FIRMWARE: 1.3.0
Serial Number: 4170662                         Serial Number: 4170752
ASIC Installed: 2                                  ASIC Installed: 2
IAR Executed: NO                                 IAR Executed: NO
PLL Latency: 3                                     PLL Latency: 3
Channel Parallelization: YES @ 16            Channel Parallelization: YES @ 16
Max Queue ID: FFFF                              Max Queue ID: FFFF
Scan Interval: 50ms                              Scan Interval: 50ms
Total Engines: 1652                              Total Engines: 1584
CORTEX-00: 4590MH/s                          CORTEX-00: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-01: 4515MH/s                          CORTEX-01: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-02: 3672MH/s                          CORTEX-02: 4354MH/s
CORTEX-03: 4144MH/s                          CORTEX-03: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-04: 3848MH/s                          CORTEX-04: 4108MH/s
CORTEX-05: 3732MH/s                          CORTEX-05: 2528MH/s
CORTEX-06: 3848MH/s                          CORTEX-06: 3160MH/s
CORTEX-07: 3311MH/s                          CORTEX-07: 2952MH/s
CORTEX-08: 4264MH/s                          CORTEX-08: 3978MH/s
CORTEX-09: 3864MH/s                          CORTEX-09: 3672MH/s
CORTEX-0A: 4424MH/s                          CORTEX-0A: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-0B: 4508MH/s                          CORTEX-0B: 4515MH/s
CORTEX-0C: 4284MH/s                          CORTEX-0C: 4354MH/s
CORTEX-0D: 3010MH/s                          CORTEX-0D: 3672MH/s
CORTEX-0E: 2709MH/s                          CORTEX-0E: 3672MH/s
CORTEX-0F: 3010MH/s                          CORTEX-0F: 2576MH/s
CORTEX-10: 4186MH/s                          CORTEX-10: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-11: 4043MH/s                          CORTEX-11: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-12: 4043MH/s                          CORTEX-12: 3978MH/s
CORTEX-13: 4108MH/s                          CORTEX-13: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-14: 3256MH/s                          CORTEX-14: 3504MH/s
CORTEX-15: 3421MH/s                          CORTEX-15: 2408MH/s
CORTEX-16: 3600MH/s                          CORTEX-16: 2844MH/s
CORTEX-17: 3612MH/s                          CORTEX-17: 3732MH/s
CORTEX-18: 3924MH/s                          CORTEX-18: 3504MH/s
CORTEX-19: 4592MH/s                          CORTEX-19: 3848MH/s
CORTEX-1A: 3660MH/s                          CORTEX-1A: 3256MH/s
CORTEX-1B: 3848MH/s                          CORTEX-1B: 4736MH/s
CORTEX-1C: 4108MH/s                          CORTEX-1C: 3978MH/s
CORTEX-1D: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-1D: 3732MH/s
CORTEX-1E: 3157MH/s                          CORTEX-1E: 4340MH/s
CORTEX-1F: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-1F: 3913MH/s
CORTEX-20: 2952MH/s                          CORTEX-20: 2664MH/s
CORTEX-21: 5152MH/s                          CORTEX-21: 3796MH/s
CORTEX-22: 3978MH/s                          CORTEX-22: 3157MH/s
CORTEX-23: 4043MH/s                          CORTEX-23: 4018MH/s
CORTEX-24: 3612MH/s                          CORTEX-24: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-25: 3848MH/s                          CORTEX-25: 3010MH/s
CORTEX-26: 2960MH/s                          CORTEX-26: 4440MH/s
CORTEX-27: 3256MH/s                          CORTEX-27: 3732MH/s
CORTEX-28: 3597MH/s                          CORTEX-28: 3256MH/s
CORTEX-29: 4186MH/s                          CORTEX-29: 3612MH/s
CORTEX-2A: 3864MH/s                          CORTEX-2A: 4515MH/s
CORTEX-2B: 3476MH/s                          CORTEX-2B: 4305MH/s
CORTEX-2C: 3366MH/s                          CORTEX-2C: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-2D: 4515MH/s                          CORTEX-2D: 4515MH/s
CORTEX-2E: 3913MH/s                          CORTEX-2E: 2920MH/s
CORTEX-2F: 4200MH/s                          CORTEX-2F: 4144MH/s
CORTEX-30: 3936MH/s                          CORTEX-30: 4144MH/s
CORTEX-31: 4830MH/s                          CORTEX-31: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-32: 3924MH/s                          CORTEX-32: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-33: 4043MH/s                          CORTEX-33: 3366MH/s
CORTEX-34: 4424MH/s                          CORTEX-34: 3672MH/s
CORTEX-35: 3913MH/s                          CORTEX-35: 3540MH/s
CORTEX-36: 4590MH/s                          CORTEX-36: 3978MH/s
CORTEX-37: 3060MH/s                          CORTEX-37: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-38: 4662MH/s                          CORTEX-38: 2754MH/s
CORTEX-39: 4152MH/s                          CORTEX-39: 2336MH/s
CORTEX-3A: 4662MH/s                          CORTEX-3A: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-3B: 4186MH/s                          CORTEX-3B: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-3C: 3060MH/s                          CORTEX-3C: 3157MH/s
CORTEX-3D: 3792MH/s                          CORTEX-3D: 3913MH/s
CORTEX-3E: 2488MH/s                          CORTEX-3E: 3892MH/s
CORTEX-3F: 2709MH/s                          CORTEX-3F: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-40: 4515MH/s                          CORTEX-40: 2408MH/s
CORTEX-41: 3978MH/s                          CORTEX-41: 3366MH/s
CORTEX-42: 4440MH/s                          CORTEX-42: 3212MH/s
CORTEX-43: 3796MH/s                          CORTEX-43: 3396MH/s
CORTEX-44: 3552MH/s                          CORTEX-44: 4512MH/s
CORTEX-45: 3612MH/s                          CORTEX-45: 3780MH/s
CORTEX-46: 3492MH/s                          CORTEX-46: 0MH/s
CORTEX-47: 3552MH/s                          CORTEX-47: 2849MH/s
CORTEX-48: 4354MH/s                          CORTEX-48: 2142MH/s
CORTEX-49: 4144MH/s                          CORTEX-49: 3783MH/s
CORTEX-4A: 3672MH/s                          CORTEX-4A: 3978MH/s
CORTEX-4B: 3504MH/s                          CORTEX-4B: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-4C: 3848MH/s                          CORTEX-4C: 3245MH/s
CORTEX-4D: 3783MH/s                          CORTEX-4D: 3906MH/s
CORTEX-4E: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-4E: 3240MH/s
CORTEX-4F: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-4F: 3614MH/s
CORTEX-50: 4665MH/s                          CORTEX-50: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-51: 4816MH/s                          CORTEX-51: 3060MH/s
CORTEX-52: 4736MH/s                          CORTEX-52: 4380MH/s
CORTEX-53: 3552MH/s                          CORTEX-53: 4284MH/s
CORTEX-54: 4736MH/s                          CORTEX-54: 4380MH/s
CORTEX-55: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-55: 3060MH/s
CORTEX-56: 3504MH/s                          CORTEX-56: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-57: 3492MH/s                          CORTEX-57: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-58: 4424MH/s                          CORTEX-58: 3212MH/s
CORTEX-59: 3913MH/s                          CORTEX-59: 3492MH/s
CORTEX-5A: 4590MH/s                          CORTEX-5A: 2920MH/s
CORTEX-5B: 4088MH/s                          CORTEX-5B: 4354MH/s
CORTEX-5C: 3731MH/s                          CORTEX-5C: 3256MH/s
CORTEX-5D: 3913MH/s                          CORTEX-5D: 2870MH/s
CORTEX-5E: 2920MH/s                          CORTEX-5E: 2870MH/s
CORTEX-5F: 4365MH/s                          CORTEX-5F: 4018MH/s
CORTEX-60: 3366MH/s                          CORTEX-60: 3396MH/s
CORTEX-61: 4380MH/s                          CORTEX-61: 3256MH/s
CORTEX-62: 4736MH/s                          CORTEX-62: 4320MH/s
CORTEX-63: 3366MH/s                          CORTEX-63: 4365MH/s
CORTEX-64: 4074MH/s                          CORTEX-64: 4018MH/s
CORTEX-65: 4144MH/s                          CORTEX-65: 3906MH/s
CORTEX-66: 4380MH/s                          CORTEX-66: 4365MH/s
CORTEX-67: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-67: 3552MH/s
CORTEX-68: 4354MH/s                          CORTEX-68: 3731MH/s
CORTEX-69: 4665MH/s                          CORTEX-69: 4170MH/s
CORTEX-6A: 4284MH/s                          CORTEX-6A: 4380MH/s
CORTEX-6B: 3913MH/s                          CORTEX-6B: 3962MH/s
CORTEX-6C: 3256MH/s                          CORTEX-6C: 4365MH/s
CORTEX-6D: 3552MH/s                          CORTEX-6D: 4018MH/s
CORTEX-6E: 4144MH/s                          CORTEX-6E: 3627MH/s
CORTEX-6F: 3962MH/s                          CORTEX-6F: 4380MH/s
CORTEX-70: 4648MH/s                          CORTEX-70: 3731MH/s
CORTEX-71: 4354MH/s                          CORTEX-71: 3201MH/s
CORTEX-72: 3965MH/s                          CORTEX-72: 2960MH/s
CORTEX-73: 4816MH/s                          CORTEX-73: 3796MH/s
CORTEX-74: 4144MH/s                          CORTEX-74: 3311MH/s
CORTEX-75: 3552MH/s                          CORTEX-75: 3504MH/s
CORTEX-76: 4018MH/s                          CORTEX-76: 4380MH/s
CORTEX-77: 3157MH/s                          CORTEX-77: 3146MH/s
CORTEX-78: 3864MH/s                          CORTEX-78: 3913MH/s
CORTEX-79: 4830MH/s                          CORTEX-79: 4590MH/s
CORTEX-7A: 4515MH/s                          CORTEX-7A: 3848MH/s
CORTEX-7B: 4284MH/s                          CORTEX-7B: 4088MH/s
CORTEX-7C: 4284MH/s                          CORTEX-7C: 4214MH/s
CORTEX-7D: 3311MH/s                          CORTEX-7D: 3731MH/s
CORTEX-7E: 3396MH/s                          CORTEX-7E: 3906MH/s
CORTEX-7F: 2664MH/s                          CORTEX-7F: 4018MH/s
Total Processing Power: 502813 MH/s      Total Processing Power: 467971 MH/s
ASIC CORTEX Count: 128                      ASIC CORTEX Count: 127
ASIC Channels: 128                             ASIC Channels: 127
Queue Depth:383                                Queue Depth:381
Critical Temperature: 0                         Critical Temperature: 0
Total ASIC Thermal Cycles: 0                 Total ASIC Thermal Cycles: 0
Total PCB Thermal Cycles: 0                  Total PCB Thermal Cycles: 0
OK                                                    OK
7  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 13, 2014, 12:29:12 PM
Slok, your units are more interesting now. If you can run the ZCX command and tell us how many and what speed the cortexes are, we can compare them to mine. Maybe your units run all of them slow. Maybe you have B grade chips and whole bunches are not running. If they are all running slow, we might be able to boost.

C
ok, but how, can't find that chiliflash app.
8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 12, 2014, 09:40:55 PM
No whining sound at all, I'm pretty happy with the units and their speed, just curious what the errors mean and a possible fix, if necessary. About that second led too, what does it indicate?
Running both off a single server psu, I was wondering, could a 60GH SC psu (the BFL ones) cope with the 210-250W draw of a 400GH unit?
9  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 12, 2014, 08:57:40 PM
Also what speed is being reported by Eligius? Say the 22 minute numbers, do they match the lower or higher of the 3 BFG numbers?

The pool is kind of the final solution on speed, you're not getting rejects so I'm curious.
22.5 minutes 809.57 Gh/s 254464sh, went for a drink, refreshed the page, and....22.5 minutes 765.59 Gh/s 240640sh, next refresh and the same 22.5 minutes   809.57Gh/s 254464sh again.

I never considered eligius' status page to be accurate, is the 22 min. number any good as a reference? BFGminer low shows 776, mid 807, high 854 and up till 940
BCP both units have the solid on led, that goes on/off when hashing. One has a second led just below the first one, it blinks fast about 6 times (so fast it's impossible to count the actual number), then it goes off for a sec., it does this from powering up, and keeps doing it. There are more leds, just noticed 1 or 2 between the pcb and the copper plate, solid on, I see the reflection on the sledge's base plate under the right chip.

Lightfoot have you tried getting anything by jtag, or is that what you got as said earlier, with chiliflash?

Ognasty, I restart the pc and miners every time I make a change or after a shut down bfgminer, shouldn't be a problem there. The fan on the fets made no change so far, after 6 hours hashing.

edit; no time for the utp now, but I doubt it will change anything.
10  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 12, 2014, 03:47:36 PM
Just tried bfgminer 4.2 custom build from the .exe instead of a batch file, pop-up showed it wouldn't run because it's 64bit, need a 32bit version. It's a hot day, 23C and at least 26 in the shed, temps still not out of line I think?
Just placed a huge fan covering both monarch's water block sides, the messages as seen in the pics stay the same though. BCP are those common on more units, or should I look further? Will still try the utp later, so far I ran them with wifi (5 meters from AP) and by said home plugs.


11  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 12, 2014, 12:36:40 PM
Quick update, found bfgminer off again, odd since it shut down at 6.15AM, same time as yesterday. Internet by home plugs in the shed (over power line) may be the culprit, making a 40 meter utp cable tonight to try tomorrow. The custom bfgminer 4.2 shuts down right away, I restarted everything before trying it.
BCP about the leds, nearest one to the back usb port act similar on both units, one unit has an extra led, it blinks about 6 times very fast, then off for a sec, then blinks about 6 times very fast, then off for a sec., and so on.
I've set several back-up pools, no change, will look into that restart app. too, thanks for the tips lightfoot and bcp.
12  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 12, 2014, 02:45:35 AM
Do you also see messages like "sanity check, device is processing unknown work, device is missing queued job. device flushed (goes by too fast), failed to find work for queue results" in the bfgminer cmd window?
Interesting. When I first powered up I got a nice 700gh. After an hour I shut it down to switch power supplies, fired up, and saw some error messages and about 600gh speeds.

Shut it down, went back to previous supply, started up. Same.

This afternoon I shut it down, let it sit for 20 minutes to cool off, powered it up. 700gh, no errors I can see (I don't stare at it, just check every once in awhile). Solid as a rock.

One odd thing: I did notice the power supply high pitch frequency from the chokes was different. Maybe when the board is cycled hot it does a similar thing to what the old Singles did when they would power up more slowly. But letting it sit for a few mins seems to have restored it. Note it's been running for 6 hours now without a problem.

What are you seeing. Can you post the messages? Do they all do that, can you try shutting off the one that does for 15-20 mins? How does it hash?
C


posted this on bfl forum too, edited to today's findings;
"I'm getting errors on 1 of 2 monarchs, switched usb cables, ports, tried powered usb hub, un-powered, direct into pc. I noticed on powering the monarchs, one has a 1 red led going on/off/on/off etc. near the back usb, the other one with the errors has 2, one with the same on/off sequence, and one that blinks fast about 6 times, then goes off for a sec., then blinks fast again, etc.
errors are:
"sanity check, device is processing unknown work,
device is missing queued job. device flushed (goes by too fast)
failed to find work for queue results", then it hashes a couple of shares, and the same errors pop up again, and this repeats itself over and over, on the same monarch."

Later noticed they occur on bfl0 and bfl1, probably normal, I don't know if those messages in the command window are new for bfgminer 4.7.x and higher?

later

"Yeah, switching psu/usb/cables with the other one brings no difference, what does the fast blinking led next to the once-per-second flashing one on the error one mean? Even when it is only powered up and not hashing, it shows the same fast blinking of a second led. Doesn't look like I'm missing out on much hashrate though, it's running as it is specced, over 790-840GH for 2x 400GH rated units."

Actually a 400GH and a 425GH unit, and labelled so on the small fan's side. BFGminer reports couple of degrees above room temp, more shed temp, running about 22C. Odd thing is I found bfgminer shut down 2 times now. I'm kind of busy and don't have time to sit down with the miners and host and the bfgminer manuals to see what's to adapt, but I guess overclocking goes by fw like the sc's did?
And 5% and 4% hw errors btw, 0% and 0% rejected.
13  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Hacking BFL Monarchs to.... Just bought one, we're going to find OUT! on: September 11, 2014, 02:17:01 PM
She's up. Running bfgminer 4.5.0 and started hashing with no problems. Running right now with both plugs and a Corsair 500 power supply, plug area is a bit warm. Cables are not. Board temp at back is 119f right behind the chips, 105 overall pretty much all around.

Hash speed 660gh. Not bad. It's making a high pitch squeak from the power supplies, probably the chokes resonating from the frequency. Interesting.

More in next post. How this thing works....

C
Is that on windows or linux, any reason to not use 4.7 or 4.8? I thought monarch support just started at 4.7?
Do you also see messages like "sanity check, device is processing unknown work, device is missing queued job. device flushed (goes by too fast), failed to find work for queue results" in the bfgminer cmd window?
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Callout BFL on uncompleted Monarch raffle giveaway on: August 29, 2014, 11:21:03 AM
Pretty sure BFL_Josh made that post after this thread was made, rofl. I don't know what timezone Bitcointalk and the BFL Forums use, if they're the same, then BFL_Josh made that thread 12 hours after this thread was made.
He also announced he was compiling the list 4 minutes after georgecummings asked who won. But for the whining club with nobody bickfailsky jumping in, another reason to call fail. The same bickfailsky btw who abused the trust system from the day he noticed it, and was the inspiration to make the contest. So it is also prove that the trust system sucks, is misused, and can be manipulated easily.  rofl
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Callout BFL on uncompleted Monarch raffle giveaway on: August 29, 2014, 09:48:13 AM
Duhhh https://forums.butterflylabs.com/announcements/8203-win-butterfly-labs-imperial-monarch-6.html#post85630
16  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Phinnaeus Gage aka ~Bruno Kucinskas where are you? on: July 16, 2014, 06:28:22 PM
What makes you say so? The style of the posts looks quite different to me. 


look at his first posts and work your way up, see who are his subjects, you'll get it. Or not.


And how does one "quickly" leave an account?

Come on, make an academic guess.
17  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Butterfly Labs: Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down! on: July 15, 2014, 12:36:33 AM
Have a nice day you slug!
I will, but you won't  Grin
18  Other / Meta / Re: It Is Not Against Forum Rules For Users To Post Your Personal Information Here! on: July 15, 2014, 12:33:30 AM
Man you have no integrity, never had it, never will, rotten till the bone (well, intergity maybe Cheesy )

Old guy, you are the hell food here:
The only stories going around about you show what a faker you are, making up your own secretary, lol, this is just a start, Sally Rand, Nick Danger, rocky racoon, marion sydney lynn, aliasmithorjones, Cindy Hoffs, faking being several online hookers, the list is endless! http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1012937, http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=987268, http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1029034, http://spam-court.com/?q=node/67
I'll keep the list of bankruptcies for now, running off with the money and hiding on mama's farm.

lol. businessman
52lincoln.com
corporationwolf.info
fiftymilespergallon4u.info
freegascards4u.com
onestopcorporationshop.com
rivercitytalk.com
rocket88.info
1600friedchickenavenue.com

19  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Butterfly Labs: Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down! on: July 15, 2014, 12:04:53 AM
Old guy, you are the hell food here:
The only stories going around about you show what a faker you are, making up your own secretary, lol, this is just a start, Sally Rand, Nick Danger, rocky racoon, marion sydney lynn, aliasmithorjones, Cindy Hoffs, faking being several online hookers, the list is endless! http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1012937, http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=987268, http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1029034, http://spam-court.com/?q=node/67
I'll keep the list of bankruptcies for now, running off with the money and hiding on mama's farm.

lol. businessman
52lincoln.com
corporationwolf.info
fiftymilespergallon4u.info
freegascards4u.com
onestopcorporationshop.com
rivercitytalk.com
rocket88.info
1600friedchickenavenue.com
20  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Phinnaeus Gage aka ~Bruno Kucinskas where are you? on: July 14, 2014, 11:29:45 PM
It's PG's new account, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=349097, he quickly left this one btw, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=346288
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