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October 01, 2013, 09:53:38 AM
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I think KNC's achievement is great. The extra hashrate is more than welcome given the recent spike in difficulty.

BUT....

Why not keep up the good communication? They clearly didn't ship yesterday so we are past the date they promised. The least one would expect is an update on the new expected delivery date. At this point the uncertainties should be much smaller so they should be able to give the dates for the different orders (day 1, day 2 etc).

Please acknowledge that your customers are taking actions based on this information, e.g. booking flights, taking days off etc.


Then again we could just chill. It's only btcs  Cheesy


er they did mention and bitcoinorama mentioned that they we're at the mnfg facilities...he said with security it was a pain to get stuff out when he had permission..that may have had something to do with it...that and the fact they we're rushed FYI....

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October 01, 2013, 09:55:02 AM
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500GH but 20% of hardware errors. It's better to lower to original 400GH and have more efficiency at 1% HW errors.

Actually according to the video they are running at diff=127 so about 18mil accepted shares and less than 1% errors.
Those hardware error share are also diff=127. So accepted 18mil shares and 3.6mil shares are hardware error. Let's be honest...

Ummm - no.  Hardware errors are not diff 127...
Yes they are. HW errors are those share that's not validate on CPU but are reported by hardware. And in this case all shares reported are diff=>127.

The mining software determines the diff shares reported back to the pool.  The hardware has no idea what diff is, it hashes nonce ranges.  A hardware error not is a diff anything...
If so, it ruins whole idea about vardiff, reducing bandwith (between device and software, at least). I didn't look at cgminer code, but I would like to hear from ckolivas about that matter...


Vardiff is about controlling the number of answers you are returning to the pool each minute.  At diff-1 you return all of them, at diff-2 you return approximately 1/2 of them, of those about 1/2 are diff-4 or better, etc.  There are multiple nonces in the range of work assigned to you by the pool, how many of them you return depends on how many zeroes are in the answers for that assignment as your hardware searches the range - the diff setting the pool has assigned.   The mining software makes this determination.
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October 01, 2013, 10:02:29 AM
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anyone with more than a dozen jupiters shoud srsly consider donating one to ckolivas, even if its only 'temporary' while he irons out the kinks...

if anyone can get us in the 4 figure hashrate, its him and or kano.

but then my post will probably be modded away so the real shitwaffle barons' crud doesnt get sidetracked...

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October 01, 2013, 10:06:00 AM
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If I find a block mining in a pool, is the bock that my miner found solely work submitted by my miner only, or is it a combined effort with all pool miners.?

I'm asking because I have been mining in a pool with 30GH/s for 34 days and my miner has found 2 blocks.  Is this combined effort or just my miner.?

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October 01, 2013, 10:06:36 AM
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If I were there making  that video I'd be awfully tempted to turn round and reveal Josh's immortal words about KnC on the back of my lab coat.
Turned out to be the highest praise didn't it?

Dunno if it's the room it's in being so big or the time it's been running not being too long...but it's pleasantly quiet running for a box of fans isn't it?
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October 01, 2013, 10:07:16 AM
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anyone with more than a dozen jupiters shoud srsly consider donating one to ckolivas, even if its only 'temporary' while he irons out the kinks...

if anyone can get us in the 4 figure hashrate, its him and or kano.

but then my post will probably be modded away so the real shitwaffle barons' crud doesnt get sidetracked...



Which country are they located..?  is one of them in Australia..?
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October 01, 2013, 10:07:24 AM
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Well, if you purchased today:

Bitfury, 400 GH/s, $8000, delivered in Oct.
KnC, 500 GH/s, $4995, delivered in Nov.

This is somewhere between 1 day and two months difference, based on exact delivery dates. Hard to choose

Well, October-delivery h-boards have been shipping already and they've been delivered today. Yeah, in September.. In September though they're marked as October delivery. Cheesy

500 GH/s in November is going to be pissin' in the wind it looks like...

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October 01, 2013, 10:08:38 AM
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 Shocked ...I guess it'S not real and I'm dreaming....DA..FUQ!!...I'm blown away


   Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares
3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   793.56 Gh/s   47300
128 seconds   820.62 Gh/s   24456

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October 01, 2013, 10:17:08 AM
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Shocked ...I guess it'S not real and I'm dreaming....DA..FUQ!!...I'm blown away


   Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares
3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   793.56 Gh/s   47300
128 seconds   820.62 Gh/s   24456

Could be multiple units on burning maybe not we don't know if they are doing batches of machines or whatnot.

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October 01, 2013, 10:19:23 AM
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Shocked ...I guess it'S not real and I'm dreaming....DA..FUQ!!...I'm blown away


   Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares
3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   793.56 Gh/s   47300
128 seconds   820.62 Gh/s   24456

Could be multiple units on burning maybe not we don't know if they are doing batches of machines or whatnot.
The account you are looking at belongs to one of the devs it's not a KNCminer test account, they use testnet generally.
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October 01, 2013, 10:19:44 AM
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Shocked ...I guess it'S not real and I'm dreaming....DA..FUQ!!...I'm blown away


   Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares
3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   793.56 Gh/s   47300
128 seconds   820.62 Gh/s   24456

Could be multiple units on burning maybe not we don't know if they are doing batches of machines or whatnot.

...has to be, otherwise I'm getting crazy...literally..

3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   825.12 Gh/s   49181
128 seconds   919.81 Gh/s   27413

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October 01, 2013, 10:26:19 AM
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They DID say they think it could go beyond 576 Gh/s but I'm guessing this would be PSU dependent as well.They should definitely up the PSU requirements.I think with sufficient cooling and power 650 Gh/s might be possible if the software allows for Jupiter and over 300 Gh/s for Saturn.

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October 01, 2013, 10:34:05 AM
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Shocked ...I guess it'S not real and I'm dreaming....DA..FUQ!!...I'm blown away


   Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares
3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   793.56 Gh/s   47300
128 seconds   820.62 Gh/s   24456

Could be multiple units on burning maybe not we don't know if they are doing batches of machines or whatnot.

...has to be, otherwise I'm getting crazy...literally..

3 hours   457.13 Gh/s   1149489
22.5 minutes   718.62 Gh/s   225878
256 seconds   825.12 Gh/s   49181
128 seconds   919.81 Gh/s   27413

No it's Eligius. The stats of the seconds view is always off by far. My 50ghz rig goes sometimes op to 80 and down to 30. My stats of the miner say it's constant. Don't look at the stats of Eligus, yust the graph and look at the stable line

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October 01, 2013, 10:39:05 AM
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I'm just saying but looking at mining genesis for a Saturn and Jupiter right now speaks volumes concerning profit. Tongue

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October 01, 2013, 10:40:26 AM
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No it's Eligius. The stats of the seconds view is always off by far. My 50ghz rig goes sometimes op to 80 and down to 30. My stats of the miner say it's constant. Don't look at the stats of Eligus, yust the graph and look at the stable line

good news then, the stable line went from 400 almost 600 Gh/s this morning Tongue

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October 01, 2013, 10:41:24 AM
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I'm just saying but looking at mining genesis for a Saturn and Jupiter right now speaks volumes concerning profit. Tongue
Genesis knows nothing about what's being released in the next 2 weeks, take it with a grain of salt.
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October 01, 2013, 10:42:49 AM
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just received KnCMiner newsletter:

All,
 
We have some very exciting news to share with you all. Over the last few days our teams have relocated to our production facility in Sweden. We have all been working very long hours to make sure everything works as planned. Back in June we started taking pre-orders for ASIC Miners and we have slowly released more details about our specifications. We have taken this approach as we never wanted to disappoint our customers, after all without our customers this would never have been possible.

So it is with great pleasure that we announce another free speed increase to all of our customers. As all of our devices operate with the same chips and boards the speed increase applies to all of our products.
Jupiter has now risen from 400 to over 550. We have a short video for you all to watch on our youtube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=JFOcI8nK2xI'

Full production is being ramped up in the next few hours with 3 production lines having 10 stations each dedicated to making it go as smooth as possible.
We would also like to inform you all that we still have Saturn’s and Jupiter’s available for purchase.

 For more information on this please visit:

 https://www.kncminer.com/categories/miners

Thanks again for all of your support over the last few months and we hope to continue to under promise and over deliver.

KnCMiner Team

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October 01, 2013, 10:43:03 AM
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I'm just saying but looking at mining genesis for a Saturn and Jupiter right now speaks volumes concerning profit. Tongue

I think this is mining speculation forum material, not this thread, but just so you are not disappointed: those 148 MM are applied to the whole month by the calculator (it's like an average diff).

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October 01, 2013, 10:45:14 AM
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KnC Cole on CoinDesk:

“We have 22 stations manned by assembly experts to make sure we can keep on top of the orders and have the boxes ship as soon as possible.

Our engineers have also been working through the night to tune the power consumption and the latest test indicates that we will have a much better result than 1.4 watts at the wall.”

http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-begins-shipping-jupiter-bitcoin-mining-rigs/

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October 01, 2013, 10:51:23 AM
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KnC Cole on CoinDesk:

"Our engineers have also been working through the night to tune the power consumption and the latest test indicates that we will have a much better result than 1.4 watts at the wall."


this makes me more confident to use a 850W PSU for a Jupiter.


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