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September 30, 2013, 12:33:56 PM
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Tonnes, upon mothetf*cking tonnes of...boxes of fans! Grin
Photo's are a bit fuzzy, but aren't those boxes of heatsinks? Grin

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September 30, 2013, 12:36:57 PM
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Tonnes, upon mothetf*cking tonnes of...boxes of fans! Grin
Photo's are a bit fuzzy, but aren't those boxes of heatsinks? Grin

They have fans, and they are in boxes! Sheesh!! I'm trying my best here. You're a tough crowd to please!! Grin

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September 30, 2013, 12:38:07 PM
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wow, so many boxes.

so, with so many orders, I am pretty much sure nobody will see ROI.  Cheesy
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September 30, 2013, 12:38:16 PM
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I am blown away!  Grin Thanks for the fine reporting Bitcoinorama.

It's been 'hair-raising' so far! Grin
Thanks for taking the time to show us the behind the scenes of the operations. I am wicked jealous that you get to see all this at a really defining moment for them. It must be just awesome to be around all that excitement. Cheers!
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September 30, 2013, 12:40:07 PM
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Meeh - I want to see blonde, big boobed girls assembling my miners  Wink

Thx anyway for the update!

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September 30, 2013, 12:40:21 PM
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That is a seriously shit quote for an ASIC Bitcoin Miner  Huh
My thoughts exactly. I wrote some great ones for their slogan competition.
But the fact they liked "bitcoin makes the world go round", I figured they'd go for something twee in the end. And they sure did.

As they are a European manufacturer, annoying to see they used a pun on the Americanism "block". The streets ain't in blocks in Europe.

There were much better slogans, they should have done a short-list and allowed us to vote. But democracy isn't very popular these days - US or Europe...
That's one way to read into it, if you really want something to be offended about.

Was "block" used as a pun? Looking it up... Drat, being a European, I didn't notice, so I took the word "block" at its literate "bitcoin block" value.
Probably more of a double-meaning than pun. American cities are built in blocks, which are roughly 80-120 metres. So being one block away from something is not very far. If you were walking to meet your friend, you might text them and say "Be there soon, I'm only one block away". So saying the whole world is only one block apart is saying it's a small world. The word play is also on the "bitcoin block" value + blockchain connecting everything in the bitcoin network. One block leads to the next etc. Well, that's what I read it to mean.

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September 30, 2013, 12:42:13 PM
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Impressive. Are those only fans? ANyone want to venture a guess how many fans per box, how many boxes and how many fans per miner, and calculate how many miners this could be used for?  
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September 30, 2013, 12:42:47 PM
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That is a seriously shit quote for an ASIC Bitcoin Miner  Huh
My thoughts exactly. I wrote some great ones for their slogan competition.
But the fact they liked "bitcoin makes the world go round", I figured they'd go for something twee in the end. And they sure did.

As they are a European manufacturer, annoying to see they used a pun on the Americanism "block". The streets ain't in blocks in Europe.

There were much better slogans, they should have done a short-list and allowed us to vote. But democracy isn't very popular these days - US or Europe...
That's one way to read into it, if you really want something to be offended about.

Was "block" used as a pun? Looking it up... Drat, being a European, I didn't notice, so I took the word "block" at its literate "bitcoin block" value.
Probably more of a double-meaning than pun. American cities are built in blocks, which are roughly 80-120 metres. So being one block away from something is not very far. If you were walking to meet your friend, you might text them and say "Be there soon, I'm only one block away". So saying the whole world is only one block apart is saying it's a small world. Also, the word play is also on the "bitcoin block" value + blockchain connecting everything in the bitcoin network. Well, that's what I read it to mean.

I think you are reading too much into it.  Technically what is required to connect the world(communication/money) with bitcoin?  Answer: One block.  

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September 30, 2013, 12:44:25 PM
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Well, this looks like good news.

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That's one mother of a big chip package!
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September 30, 2013, 12:44:48 PM
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Impressive. Are those only fans? ANyone want to venture a guess how many fans per box, how many boxes and how many fans per miner, and calculate how many miners this could be used for?  

No, they are Arctic CPU coolers. Probably 18 per big box (based on the second photo)...

So: 18 coolers per box * 21 boxes per load * 21 loads that I can see in the pic = at least 7938 coolers  Shocked

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September 30, 2013, 12:46:40 PM
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So in reality it turns out those throwing the shill accusations around, were perhaps shills all along themselves, with their own agenda, being competitors, or otherwise, The only agenda I've been proccupied with is telling the truth. So here it is;

The reason I travelled all the way to Sweden.

We all know the significance of these images.

The only thing that really matters;

I found 'em!

Tonnes, upon mothetf*cking tonnes of...boxes of fans! Grin

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Any other juicy shots from Sweden?

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September 30, 2013, 12:48:23 PM
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That is a seriously shit quote for an ASIC Bitcoin Miner  Huh
My thoughts exactly. I wrote some great ones for their slogan competition.
But the fact they liked "bitcoin makes the world go round", I figured they'd go for something twee in the end. And they sure did.

As they are a European manufacturer, annoying to see they used a pun on the Americanism "block". The streets ain't in blocks in Europe.

There were much better slogans, they should have done a short-list and allowed us to vote. But democracy isn't very popular these days - US or Europe...
That's one way to read into it, if you really want something to be offended about.

Was "block" used as a pun? Looking it up... Drat, being a European, I didn't notice, so I took the word "block" at its literate "bitcoin block" value.
Probably more of a double-meaning than pun. American cities are built in blocks, which are roughly 80-120 metres. So being one block away from something is not very far. If you were walking to meet your friend, you might text them and say "Be there soon, I'm only one block away". So saying the whole world is only one block apart is saying it's a small world. Also, the word play is also on the "bitcoin block" value + blockchain connecting everything in the bitcoin network. Well, that's what I read it to mean.

I think you are reading too much into it.  Technically what is required to connect the world(communication/money) with bitcoin?  Answer: One block.  
So what does the "bitcoin makes the world go round" mean? Technically, it means bitcoin are apply force/velocity to the mass known as the world and causing it to rotate upon it's axis?  Grin

Interpret however you like, it still sucks as a slogan to me. And that's the bottom line!
(P.S. Technically, there is no line. Does that confuse you?)  Tongue

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September 30, 2013, 12:50:29 PM
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So what does the "bitcoin makes the world go round" mean? Technically, it means bitcoin are apply force/velocity to the mass known as the world and causing it to rotate upon it's axis?  Grin

Interpret however you like, it still sucks as a slogan to me. And that's the bottom line!
(P.S. Technically, there is no line. Does that confuse you?)  Tongue

Just like Superman!  Do you think that Bitcoin can send us back in time? Grin

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September 30, 2013, 12:53:01 PM
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So what does the "bitcoin makes the world go round" mean? Technically, it means bitcoin are apply force/velocity to the mass known as the world and causing it to rotate upon it's axis?  Grin

Interpret however you like, it still sucks as a slogan to me. And that's the bottom line!
(P.S. Technically, there is no line. Does that confuse you?)  Tongue

Just like Superman!  Do you think that Bitcoin can send us back in time? Grin
If they could send us back in time with our jupiters, to say December 2010, we'd be sending these message from our private islands in the Caribbean!

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September 30, 2013, 12:55:22 PM
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Impressive. Are those only fans? ANyone want to venture a guess how many fans per box, how many boxes and how many fans per miner, and calculate how many miners this could be used for?  

No, they are Arctic CPU coolers. Probably 18 per big box (based on the second photo)...

So: 18 coolers per box * 21 boxes per load * 21 loads that I can see in the pic = at least 7938 coolers  Shocked

Looks like 27 boxes per load, 24 loads.

18*27*24= 13122 fans -> max 13122/4= 3280 jupiters and 1 saturn. (3280.5 Smiley )

Potentially 1640TH/s. (@500GH/s per Jupiter)

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September 30, 2013, 12:55:32 PM
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Impressive. Are those only fans? ANyone want to venture a guess how many fans per box, how many boxes and how many fans per miner, and calculate how many miners this could be used for?  

No, they are Arctic CPU coolers. Probably 18 per big box (based on the second photo)...

So: 18 coolers per box * 21 boxes per load * 21 loads that I can see in the pic = at least 7938 coolers  Shocked

 So that's 7938 x100GHz per module minimum. Scary.
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September 30, 2013, 12:58:52 PM
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Here I lie awake anxiously in america thinking about a Miner.


Sad reality = our gov't is talking about shutting down in a few days over money and obamacare. 

talk about priorities....I think this thread epitomizes 1st world problems.   By the way, does it make sense to solo ppc with my mercury?

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September 30, 2013, 12:59:49 PM
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Damn I think I recognized the background :


just kiddin'

Off topic but, I'd love to call dibs on the girl in the foreground..!

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September 30, 2013, 01:00:01 PM
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If they deliver 5 units by pickup today, will the bet be a yes?

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September 30, 2013, 01:04:10 PM
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 So that's 7938 x100GHz per module minimum. Scary.


lets say that only 6000 pieces will be used.

6000 x 100 GH =

600 TH


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