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November 03, 2015, 04:40:52 PM
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Well guys, it is a free country, you can ask for any price you want and stand your ground if you want, if you are desperate to sell you can fold and do so. So it's not like that I am asking somebody to adjust price, I am just clarifying why do I believe the price should be the one that I am asking or at least in the reasonable vicinity of it. No offence meant. 
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November 03, 2015, 10:17:48 PM
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Selling power supplies separately by any chance?

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November 03, 2015, 10:47:38 PM
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Well guys, it is a free country, you can ask for any price you want and stand your ground if you want, if you are desperate to sell you can fold and do so. So it's not like that I am asking somebody to adjust price, I am just clarifying why do I believe the price should be the one that I am asking or at least in the reasonable vicinity of it. No offence meant. 

Was just trying to help with your sale if things don't fly off the shelves (so to speak). :Shrug:

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November 04, 2015, 10:54:14 AM
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Just Fyi these are lucky to fetch more than $800 on eBay and online per piece. Might want to rethink that price.
Somewhat true, only currently on ebay.com there are NO auctions for Neptunes and "buy now" asking is 2000USD, more there is no chance to get em' with power supplies for that price let alone the quantity. Antminer 7 costs  1799 USD per unit, is 1300Watt (KNC Neptune is 1900) and more important, it is not shipping yet. As I said, price is nogotiable, but we are not desperate to sell, specially at current BTC price rocketing

Neptune is 2100 W       3,3TH/s  /with a good power supply at 220V)
and Antminer 7 is 1200W     4.8TH/s







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November 05, 2015, 03:41:55 PM
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Just Fyi these are lucky to fetch more than $800 on eBay and online per piece. Might want to rethink that price.
Somewhat true, only currently on ebay.com there are NO auctions for Neptunes and "buy now" asking is 2000USD, more there is no chance to get em' with power supplies for that price let alone the quantity. Antminer 7 costs  1799 USD per unit, is 1300Watt (KNC Neptune is 1900) and more important, it is not shipping yet. As I said, price is nogotiable, but we are not desperate to sell, specially at current BTC price rocketing

Neptune is 2100 W       3,3TH/s  /with a good power supply at 220V)
and Antminer 7 is 1200W     4.8TH/s



If you are patient and under-volt your cubes you can get a 6 cubed Neptune to run 4.1TH/s at 2100Watts with a Platinum PSU.
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November 05, 2015, 03:43:28 PM
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Have you managed to find the correct settings for that? Any chance you can share?
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November 05, 2015, 04:04:09 PM
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Have you managed to find the correct settings for that? Any chance you can share?

Its a very boring task but all you have to do is.
Step 1: Set all your die volt offset to -0.1245volt if you are running default clock 475Mhz.
Step 2: Restart the miner and wait around 20min for the controller to start all the dies, if you see a die not running after 20 min lower the offset to -0.1172volt and restart the miner again and so and so.
 

Like I said its slow proses and also depend if you were lucky with quality of the silicon used to make your cube.
I can normally under-volt from -0.0586 volt all the way up to -0.1172Volt running default MHz. And I don't think I have especially lucky cubes.
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