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September 30, 2013, 10:27:21 PM
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also see how many % of HW Errors they are doing, number is huge

You know I face the facts, the ugly ones, too - but I'm very happy with it.
Why? because THEY JUST GOT IT UP & RUNNING under incredible time & psycho pressure!

Image you are the guy responsible that the f'ing hashrate finally goes above some shitty 1% before 23:59.
They did great. As engineer I'm more than impressed - even can't find the right words to express the wow.


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tuning will follow, let's see Smiley

Maybe they're testing the Saturn now. Smiley
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September 30, 2013, 10:28:32 PM
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I noticed the HW error rate, but the results of accepted shares in the screen don't jibe. I suspect the HW errors were valid shares that were not properly submitted because they are running the jupiter off of a Macbook and not its internal mining software. I suspect they are messing with settings right now, which is leading to the wide swings in hash rate their pool stats are displaying.

no they are running off the beaglebone not the macbook.

Ahh, ok. But my theory still stands. The HW error rate isn't reflected in the 100% accepted shares listed on the screen. Something doesn't match up.
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September 30, 2013, 10:28:50 PM
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FYI, I watched the video and wrote down the user adress on eligius. This is it:

http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/17Czc8RVL3FU5T2MLx2zLbRnpfBNgH9vFo

Average seems to be well below 500GH/s... Of course they are probably just testing and fiddling around with it.

edit: it's climbing over 500 now
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September 30, 2013, 10:29:57 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

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September 30, 2013, 10:31:15 PM
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I noticed the HW error rate, but the results of accepted shares in the screen don't jibe. I suspect the HW errors were valid shares that were not properly submitted because they are running the jupiter off of a Macbook and not its internal mining software. I suspect they are messing with settings right now, which is leading to the wide swings in hash rate their pool stats are displaying.

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Hashrate Average Weighted Shares
3 hours 422.32 Gh/s 1061955
22.5 minutes 457.32 Gh/s 143744
256 seconds 527.54 Gh/s 31444
128 seconds 572.63 Gh/s 17066
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September 30, 2013, 10:32:44 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

Discuss? There isnt much to discuss. I bought 1000W PSUs cause there is always some room left for overclocking and so additional 150W could be well spent.
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September 30, 2013, 10:33:16 PM
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Ahh, ok. But my theory still stands. The HW error rate isn't reflected in the 100% accepted shares listed on the screen. Something doesn't match up.

because it is fake!!  they have Josh sitting on a Minirig behind that wall - his butt is blocking the exhaust which is why the error rate is so high.. but he loves the hot air so it's worth it

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September 30, 2013, 10:33:35 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

PSU should operate at 60-80% to get maximum effeciency and cool

they have failed badly lol, should buy 1KW platinum, not crap coolermaster
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September 30, 2013, 10:34:40 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

PSU should operate at 60-80% to get maximum effeciency and cool

they have failed badly lol, should buy 1KW platinum, not crap coolermaster

oh you silly fuck
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September 30, 2013, 10:34:51 PM
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Ahh, ok. But my theory still stands. The HW error rate isn't reflected in the 100% accepted shares listed on the screen. Something doesn't match up.

because it is fake!!  they have Josh sitting on a Minirig behind that wall - his butt is blocking the exhaust which is why the error rate is so high.. but he loves the hot air so it's worth it

HW errors are reported at diff 1 so if you have 20% errors at diff 20 you have 1% error rate
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September 30, 2013, 10:35:02 PM
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I never believed they would pull it off on such tight timetable, I figured at least a few weeks delays was a given.  Im surprised, and impressed.

Now for the bad news for KnC customers: if KnC can do it, its at least plausible that Hashfast, Bitmine, Cointerra, ActM and what have you, can also do it (yeah, Im skipping BFL). I never thought their timetables where any more credible than KnC's, but thats changed now.  Now look up DnT's spreadsheet with the avalanche of chips coming, and the current ecstasy may not last very long. This could become an even more crazy autumn than I thought possible, and waaay crazier than thegenesisblock suggests.
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September 30, 2013, 10:35:16 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

Discuss? There isnt much to discuss. I bought 1000W PSUs cause there is always some room left for overclocking and so additional 150W could be well spent.
Yes but they aren't going to tune their hosted ones so they run on 850w and then send out everyone else's to pump out higher hashrates are they? That would screw the hosted guys.

Edit: Unless they only hook up three 6 pins from each 850w PSU. Cabling might get messy, but then they'd be able to push it right up.

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September 30, 2013, 10:37:44 PM
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Problem is, they are going to exceed 850w if things go really well. And we all saw those photos of how many 850w PSU's they have!

So they may tune it down to keep it below 850w, just so they don't have to buy 1000's more PSU's.

Discuss.

Discuss? There isnt much to discuss. I bought 1000W PSUs cause there is always some room left for overclocking and so additional 150W could be well spent.
Yes but they aren't going to tune their hosted ones so they run on 850w and then send out everyone else's to pump out higher hashrates are they? That would screw the hosted guys.

You got a pint there. But first lets see where the upper limit in terms of wattage and hashrate will finally settle.
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September 30, 2013, 10:38:45 PM
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I never believed they would pull it off on such tight timetable, I figured at least a few weeks delays was a given.  Im surprised, and impressed.

Now for the bad news for KnC customers: if KnC can do it, its at least plausible that Hashfast, Bitmine, Cointerra, ActM and what have you, can also do it (yeah, Im skipping BFL). I never thought their timetables where any more credible than KnC's, but thats changed now.  Now look up DnT's spreadsheet with the avalanche of chips coming, and the current ecstasy may not last very long. This could become an even more crazy autumn than I thought possible, and waaay crazier than thegenesisblock suggests.

time to squirt out your agenda mate.. why the hate ?    Still just want no one to buy miners so you can mine easier?

that's been your mantra since the beginning

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September 30, 2013, 10:40:30 PM
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The whole world just one shipment apart...

next diff = ROI - 30%.

No, one week of delay doesnt mean such high ROI change when difficulty grows by 30% in meantime
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September 30, 2013, 10:41:26 PM
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time to squirt out your agenda mate.. why the hate ?    Still just want no one to buy miners so you can mine easier?

that's been your mantra since the beginning

Hate? No hate. And I dont mine. Im still convinced precious few asic customers will make a BTC denominated profit.
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September 30, 2013, 10:41:56 PM
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Congratulations KNC!

I actually think it's great you got these out close to if not on time. 

Anyone who makes Bitcoin stronger is good in my book.
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September 30, 2013, 10:42:04 PM
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PSU should operate at 60-80% to get maximum effeciency and cool

The difference between 50% load and 100% load on most modern 80 Plus Gold PSU is about 1%.

So 1% of 850W = 8.5W.   That is about 74 kWh per year.   At $0.10 per kWh it is a grand savings of $7.40.
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September 30, 2013, 10:42:19 PM
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Ahh, ok. But my theory still stands. The HW error rate isn't reflected in the 100% accepted shares listed on the screen. Something doesn't match up.

because it is fake!!  they have Josh sitting on a Minirig behind that wall - his butt is blocking the exhaust which is why the error rate is so high.. but he loves the hot air so it's worth it

HW errors are reported at diff 1 so if you have 20% errors at diff 20 you have 1% error rate

Actually according to the video they are running at diff=127 so about 18mil accepted shares and less than 1% errors.

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September 30, 2013, 10:42:46 PM
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I never believed they would pull it off on such tight timetable, I figured at least a few weeks delays was a given.  Im surprised, and impressed.

Now for the bad news for KnC customers: if KnC can do it, its at least plausible that Hashfast, Bitmine, Cointerra, ActM and what have you, can also do it (yeah, Im skipping BFL). I never thought their timetables where any more credible than KnC's, but thats changed now.  Now look up DnT's spreadsheet with the avalanche of chips coming, and the current ecstasy may not last very long. This could become an even more crazy autumn than I thought possible, and waaay crazier than thegenesisblock suggests.

May I remember you of the "broken a few speed records" statement ?
I doubt others will be able to do so only for the reason KnC did it. Let's see.

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