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August 03, 2015, 09:18:32 PM
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I would be willing to test one unit.  I will send a pm.  

I have done many threads and demos on this website.


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August 03, 2015, 09:21:00 PM
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So this is pretty much an impossible miner to run at home with that kind of power draw from one socket. I am confused on how you expect there the reviewers to run it as most don't have custom power configurations for reviews.

A 240V 30A circuit will do the trick with room to spare. Not too hard to set up for home use.

It's going to dissipate 4800W within an ATX form factor, with four 120MM fans? That feels like a stretch to me. I'll be very interested to see what you find inside. I think of the crazy loud S5 which dissipates 600W let's say. So this will be roughly on the oder of eight S5's within an ATX chassis, with half as many fans? Very impressive if accurate.

The architecture and design is amazing.
Seriously?  That's the answer?  There is simply no way 4x120mm fans can push enough airflow to dissipate 4800W unless they're misting liquid nitrogen across the unit.  Looking at the pictures, you've got no visible airflow on the front or side of the unit.  Assuming you truly are using a standard ATX tower, you've got no space for airflow between the 3 giant 1600W PSUs and the monstrous heatsinks you'd need to have on the chips to pull heat away fast enough before the whole thing turns into a melted heap of slag.

Nice try, though. Roll Eyes

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August 03, 2015, 09:21:10 PM
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I just send you a PM, hope to get a reply soon  Wink

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August 03, 2015, 09:36:04 PM
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Hello rikkie!
Interested in a test unit, PM sent.

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August 03, 2015, 09:55:41 PM
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I've sent off a PM as well.  Let's see how legit this is.

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August 03, 2015, 09:58:41 PM
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To all the people posting pre-announce messages, please don't. Messages without any content preannouncing a future review are just advertising and of zero substance. Please only post once you have something to post.

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August 03, 2015, 10:05:48 PM
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^ Thank christ.  Pre-announcement threads for vaporware reviews are complete rubbish, and just spammed the hardware section.

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August 03, 2015, 10:34:39 PM
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I've sent off a PM as well.  Let's see how legit this is.

I did this morning but haven't received a reply.  Seems that most that they replied to in the affirmative were low trust(no offense) users.
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August 03, 2015, 11:56:41 PM
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To all the people posting pre-announce messages, please don't. Messages without any content preannouncing a future review are just advertising and of zero substance. Please only post once you have something to post.

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August 04, 2015, 12:13:56 AM
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They have told me, that i would be sent the tracking info when it ships next week. I will update, when i have a package tracking, whem it arrives and also the results of testing and review.

I guess i will see what happens. So far nothing but words has been sent my way.

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August 04, 2015, 04:32:13 AM
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The only way this rig can exist (and be viable) is if cloudthink bought the entire last production round of the BM1384 from bitmain (even the IP to the BM1384) on the condition that bitmain do not, in the immediate future, release any new rig containing their next-gen chip.

In my book, that'd take a tad over a million US$ or multiples thereof, ... but lay out that much and you'd expect the investor to have a few quid for an office, not a serviced one in the dingy back streets of Manchester whose occupancy is 95% comprised of liquidated companies (in good company may I add, pun intended).

BM1384 couldn't get 400GH a chip.

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August 04, 2015, 08:52:38 AM
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The only way this rig can exist (and be viable) is if cloudthink bought the entire last production round of the BM1384 from bitmain (even the IP to the BM1384) on the condition that bitmain do not, in the immediate future, release any new rig containing their next-gen chip.

In my book, that'd take a tad over a million US$ or multiples thereof, ... but lay out that much and you'd expect the investor to have a few quid for an office, not a serviced one in the dingy back streets of Manchester whose occupancy is 95% comprised of liquidated companies (in good company may I add, pun intended).

BM1384 couldn't get 400GH a chip.

You are such an idiot, you really can't see beyond disagreeing with whatever I post? Whatever the chip, hashfas, bm1380 bm1389 et al, like you, this is a pie in the sky .... a waste of space!

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August 04, 2015, 01:31:48 PM
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A reply of yours, quoted below, was deleted by the starter of a self-moderated topic.

Apparently you can't ask for a lousy phone picture of a functioning used equipment to be posted here, considering the OP is selling 1 million US dollars worth of equipment. And he can't post a simple picture to prevent scam accusations? I guess it doesn't matter, since even though he claims the negative trust was accumulated by another employee, which had a disagreeable behavior, he does the same thing again claiming to be different. Picture please!

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Power Consumption: 4800W

Cooling Fans: 4 X 120mm


How is it possible to dissipate 5kWh of energy with 4 medium fans?
Where are the fans located on the case?
Why is it impossible to a picture of a real miner?
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August 04, 2015, 01:52:49 PM
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ASIC Chip: 20 CloudThink NanoHash Chips
Operating Sytem: Linux.
Mobile Access: Via CloudThink App

Did not get these two? Care to explain?

I don't understand your question.

I only asked about two things at first and then I added one more. That's why, there is a miscount.

Can you please explain more about 20 CloudThink NanoHash Chips and about mobile access?

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August 04, 2015, 04:02:58 PM
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I apply for it sir. Can you consider me also?
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August 04, 2015, 04:04:11 PM
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uhh, so dreams comes true:)

for those which are not fully aware, what cloudthink is, what they did in the past and what they are doing now, we had already few weeks old fancy thread filled by evidence here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1074272.0

this thread is self moderated, it means that this post will be deleted soon, so beware.

@Cloudthink: I'm willing to buy ticket to Manchester, personally take photos and videos of your working miner and all publish here for one unit for free. deal?
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August 04, 2015, 08:16:51 PM
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The only way this rig can exist (and be viable) is if cloudthink bought the entire last production round of the BM1384 from bitmain (even the IP to the BM1384) on the condition that bitmain do not, in the immediate future, release any new rig containing their next-gen chip.

In my book, that'd take a tad over a million US$ or multiples thereof, ... but lay out that much and you'd expect the investor to have a few quid for an office, not a serviced one in the dingy back streets of Manchester whose occupancy is 95% comprised of liquidated companies (in good company may I add, pun intended).

BM1384 couldn't get 400GH a chip.

You are such an idiot, you really can't see beyond disagreeing with whatever I post? Whatever the chip, hashfas, bm1380 bm1389 et al, like you, this is a pie in the sky .... a waste of space!

Come on Pek, you know you were completely wrong on the BM1384 comment as it's physically impossible given their claimed "specs".  As someone mentioned to me, they are claiming to be using HashFast chips which do in fact match the stated performance. However, as you, Dogie, and everyone with a 3 digit IQ (and apparently some without...) know, this is vaporware and will never mine for anything but suckers.

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August 04, 2015, 09:42:18 PM
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The only way this rig can exist (and be viable) is if cloudthink bought the entire last production round of the BM1384 from bitmain (even the IP to the BM1384) on the condition that bitmain do not, in the immediate future, release any new rig containing their next-gen chip.

In my book, that'd take a tad over a million US$ or multiples thereof, ... but lay out that much and you'd expect the investor to have a few quid for an office, not a serviced one in the dingy back streets of Manchester whose occupancy is 95% comprised of liquidated companies (in good company may I add, pun intended).

BM1384 couldn't get 400GH a chip.

You are such an idiot, you really can't see beyond disagreeing with whatever I post? Whatever the chip, hashfas, bm1380 bm1389 et al, like you, this is a pie in the sky .... a waste of space!

Come on Pek, you know you were completely wrong on the BM1384 comment as it's physically impossible given their claimed "specs".  As someone mentioned to me, they are claiming to be using HashFast chips which do in fact match the stated performance. However, as you, Dogie, and everyone with a 3 digit IQ (and apparently some without...) know, this is vaporware and will never mine for anything but suckers.

Don't get too familiar .... just like your idiot alt dogie the fraudster.

If the BM1384 is impossible, would it then be that they've actually bought hashfast chips as you suggest? Or that they are well financed to the tune of not being able to afford an office yet they are inviting people to sign up for their give away worth over 60,000  US$ worth of gear?

But you miss the point, what difference (even value) does the fraudster's comment add to clarifying the imperator issue? None whatsoever!

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August 04, 2015, 10:12:39 PM
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As someone mentioned to me, they are claiming to be using HashFast chips which do in fact match the stated performance.

You are right the Hashfast Golden Nonce Chip chip is a close match.  28nm, 400GH, 0.65W/GH

So 20 chips gives 8TH & 5200 Watts. Perhaps there is some fact in the fiction.... But still don't know how they are going to get rid of all that heat  Smiley


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August 04, 2015, 10:37:25 PM
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Really people? Don't fall for this scam! And really? Wanting you to review before the product is even out!? Why does this "miner" have a DVD Drive? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1074272.0
No way can 4.8KWh be cooled by 4 fans in a ATX case.
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