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October 01, 2013, 04:28:07 PM
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dude, be patient. They are doing the best they can (and have been fucking impressive so far) so lets keep trust in them, cut them a break and just chill out!
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I'm chill. No panic here Smiley And yes, what they pulled off is impressive.

Still, no excuse to not give an update on delivery date. They supposedly gave an answer by phone (shipment tonight). Why not put that on their news feed?

Remember the amounts paid for these rigs. It's not like we are ordering a $45 router here. Smiley

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If you are not in their position, you cant say that have no excuse to post an update. They are busy as hell right now making the miners. Even if they did give an update, someone would complain about something. Like i said, lets just wait until tonight, im sure they will keep us updated as they feel fit. You had faith by spending the amount you did, so keep up that faith and just wait.
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October 01, 2013, 04:31:19 PM
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If you are not in their position, you cant say that have no excuse to post an update. They are busy as hell right now making the miners. Even if they did give an update, someone would complain about something. Like i said, lets just wait until tonight, im sure they will keep us updated as they feel fit. You had faith by spending the amount you did, so keep up that faith and just wait.

Yup! I'm doing just that Smiley
Good times will come!

I'm just a bit worried that my ISP may shut me down for DOSing webservers with my constant page refreshing!  Grin

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October 01, 2013, 04:43:51 PM
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Hmm, hardly going to be worth it if you pay for 4 flights at short notice. Maybe you could put two boxes inside one larger one, then you'd only have to pay for two seats on the return? I suppose they have a limit on the size, but surely the big box wouldn't be bigger than the average fat passenger?  Cheesy
You will be amazed how cheap flights from London to Stockholm are + RyanAir serves 2 Stockholm airports, so there is choice.
If they give me at least 3 days notice I can probably squeeze inside a budget of less than 200USD if it's not the weekend, which is less than the 240 I paid + quicker deployment + I get to securely transport the miners myself.



Cant you get one thats not fully assembled? Or at least with the casing not bent, like on one of those pictures?
Or disassemble it, I know Id get creative Smiley

That would invalidate the warranty + it will be bigger if it's flatpack.
The cheapest would be 2 single tickets on the way back.

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October 01, 2013, 04:45:27 PM
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dude, be patient. They are doing the best they can (and have been fucking impressive so far) so lets keep trust in them, cut them a break and just chill out!
+10000

I'm chill. No panic here Smiley And yes, what they pulled off is impressive.

Still, no excuse to not give an update on delivery date. They supposedly gave an answer by phone (shipment tonight). Why not put that on their news feed?

Remember the amounts paid for these rigs. It's not like we are ordering a $45 router here. Smiley

Cheers


They are doing a tremendous job, only their communication-policy could need some little boost.

But i guess we all can live with that...
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October 01, 2013, 04:48:49 PM
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Hmm, hardly going to be worth it if you pay for 4 flights at short notice. Maybe you could put two boxes inside one larger one, then you'd only have to pay for two seats on the return? I suppose they have a limit on the size, but surely the big box wouldn't be bigger than the average fat passenger?  Cheesy
You will be amazed how cheap flights from London to Stockholm are + RyanAir serves 2 Stockholm airports, so there is choice.
If they give me at least 3 days notice I can probably squeeze inside a budget of less than 200USD if it's not the weekend, which is less than the 240 I paid + quicker deployment + I get to securely transport the miners myself.



Cant you get one thats not fully assembled? Or at least with the casing not bent, like on one of those pictures?
Or disassemble it, I know Id get creative Smiley

That would invalidate the warranty + it will be bigger if it's flatpack.
The cheapest would be 2 single tickets on the way back.

Stockholm Skavsta Airport was recently voted as the 2nd most deceiving airport name in Europe. It's actually two hours+ outside of Stockholm city limits. Like flying to London and landing in Bristol.
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October 01, 2013, 04:54:39 PM
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They said shipping yesterday, and no tracking numbers yet?...Not a single one?
I gotta drive 3 1/2 hrs to the doggone airport... hope there is news by then...this SUCKS!


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October 01, 2013, 04:55:52 PM
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They said shipping yesterday, and no tracking numbers yet?...Not a single one?
I gotta drive 3 1/2 hrs to the doggone airport... hope there is news by then...this SUCKS!

quit your complaining, you live in Hawaii!!!! Stupid Canada..... lol
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October 01, 2013, 04:56:06 PM
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Time will tell guys... Time will tell.

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October 01, 2013, 05:04:55 PM
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Time will tell guys... Time will tell.

 Most of us aren't looking to wait that long... we'd actually rather hear from Sam or Andreas Wink

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October 01, 2013, 05:05:03 PM
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Stockholm Skavsta Airport was recently voted as the 2nd most deceiving airport name in Europe. It's actually two hours+ outside of Stockholm city limits. Like flying to London and landing in Bristol.

Vasteras isn't next to the city either  Grin


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October 01, 2013, 05:06:59 PM
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http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=c887d5ceb04665dc0ed361675&id=ee58818fff

As byteminr will be one of the first to receive the hardware, we now expect to begin hashing on Wednesday 2nd October. We will be sending update emails each day to keep everyone informed.

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October 01, 2013, 05:07:27 PM
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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT

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October 01, 2013, 05:09:52 PM
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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT

ask OP of this thread, seems to be on top of it

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305447.0


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October 01, 2013, 05:20:03 PM
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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT
I doubt they will be supply anything hashing at 707.89 Gh/s, even if it can do that. They have 1000's of 850w PSU and told their customers to buy that spec, so things will be tuned to work with 850w.



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/

i.e. they are tuning power consumption, not maximising hashrate.

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October 01, 2013, 05:26:01 PM
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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT
I doubt they will be supply anything hashing at 707.89 Gh/s, even if it can do that. They have 1000's of 850w PSU and told their customers to buy that spec, so things will be tuned to work with 850w.



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/

i.e. they are tuning power consumption, not maximising hashrate.

How is this tuning done (software ? ) and is it possible to retune the rig yourself without any real knowledge . I have a 1200w PSU

                               
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October 01, 2013, 05:30:43 PM
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So far we've only seen a prototype...  Bitfury still took a few weeks from the prototype boards to mass production boards, so I wouldn't be surprised if we didn't see en masse shipping for a little while.  It'll be interesting to see how fast KnC gets these out, I'm always dubious until I see people on the forum getting their products.

If they do begin shipping massive quantities immediately, I'm really curious if they'll pull an "Avalon" and crank the price of their devices once they realize demand is outstripping supply.

Mostly I'm happy to see competition -- because the customers will be the ones winning in the end once these companies start trying to murder each other in sales.

No, they were in mass production.  That was the first unit off the line. The prototyping was done with the FPGA.

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KnCMiner has finished production of its Jupiter bitcoin mining rigs and has started shipping to customers.

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

So, it looks like "day 1" is not day 1 for everybody. How many of you did get a tracking number today?

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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT
I doubt they will be supply anything hashing at 707.89 Gh/s, even if it can do that. They have 1000's of 850w PSU and told their customers to buy that spec, so things will be tuned to work with 850w.



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/

i.e. they are tuning power consumption, not maximising hashrate.

How is this tuning done (software ? ) and is it possible to retune the rig yourself without any real knowledge . I have a 1200w PSU
Even if you have a 1200w psu, I doubt the chips could handle that much. Let's say they are stable with 65-70 celsius at 850 to 900 watt, you would need to cool down everything that goes further massively since gained performance does not equal the same amount of heat generated. 300 W on 4 chips would be around 75W per chip, that is a lot more heat to dissipate. You could propably manage that with watercooling, but even then there is only so much voltage a chip can handle before going awol.

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October 01, 2013, 05:36:02 PM
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Digging the hash rate:

Hashrate Average   Weighted Shares   
3 hours   580.52 Gh/s   1459765   
22.5 minutes   609.41 Gh/s   191550   
256 seconds   633.50 Gh/s   37759   
128 seconds   707.89 Gh/s   21097

Wonder if just 1 Jupiter

This at 10:02am PDT
I doubt they will be supply anything hashing at 707.89 Gh/s, even if it can do that. They have 1000's of 850w PSU and told their customers to buy that spec, so things will be tuned to work with 850w.



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/

i.e. they are tuning power consumption, not maximising hashrate.

How is this tuning done (software ? ) and is it possible to retune the rig yourself without any real knowledge . I have a 1200w PSU

When these start arriving to their customers, there will be plenty of experimentation & discussion on how to tune miners for best performance. People just need to be real in their expectations based on facts.

If there are any tweaks, you hedged very well getting a 1200w and it will be more than enough.
+ what Mota said above about temps.

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KnCMiner has finished production of its Jupiter bitcoin mining rigs and has started shipping to customers.

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

So, it looks like "day 1" is not day 1 for everybody. How many of you did get a tracking number today?
relax. you are not from germany, so all is well at your end... depending on your destination ups will fly those babies out with the earliest flight next day.

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