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October 02, 2013, 11:59:28 PM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

You can't have everything Wink
You got 550GH/s instead of 400GH/s

I call that underpromise and overdeliver.

If that was BFL they would have put 3 asic chips (410GH/s) in the Jupiter instead of 4 without any hesitation.

LOL, if it were BFL and they put 3 chips inside a Jupiter could you imagine the rage. Jupiter 400, Saturn 275 and Mercury 135, remember you cant split a chip. Although they could have down clocked the saturn and mercury, but people would have caught on pretty quick.
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October 03, 2013, 12:00:27 AM
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You can't have everything Wink
You got 550GH/s instead of 400GH/s

I call that underpromise and overdeliver.

If that was BFL they would have put 3 asic chips (410GH/s) in the Jupiter instead of 4 without any hesitation.
That's quite a good comparison, I don't doubt it for a second.

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October 03, 2013, 12:01:39 AM
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I wasnt too pissed off about the delay, rather that when I ordered shipping was stated as September, after emailing KNC my orders have now changed to delivery by October 15th.

Can you point me to a source where it actually states that all orders will be shipped by September.
I just opened an archive of the website from 22 August and it states Shipment begins in September.

What did it say before that?

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October 03, 2013, 12:05:53 AM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

He tried to share what he saw PERSONALLY.
So we could decide what we were going to do with more info.

KnC are great at ASICs, piss poor at logistics. Not his fault.
Most other vendors would be shipping you a .psd in this timeframe.

He didn't provide a service, it was a favour. To us and to KnC (who aren't exactly the best at communication either).

My only criticism is that he can't box up worth a wank...you always make sure that tape sticks to itself and not just the edges of the cardboard which is very weak as it's designed to adhere to tape. I hope none bust out and get damaged because of that...that would be such a bad thing for the lack of a few seconds taping securely.


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October 03, 2013, 12:17:37 AM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

He tried to share what he saw PERSONALLY.
So we could decide what we were going to do with more info.

KnC are great at ASICs, piss poor at logistics. Not his fault.
Most other vendors would be shipping you a .psd in this timeframe.

He didn't provide a service, it was a favour. To us and to KnC (who aren't exactly the best at communication either).

My only criticism is that he can't box up worth a wank...you always make sure that tape sticks to itself and not just the edges of the cardboard which is very weak as it's designed to adhere to tape. I hope none bust out and get damaged because of that...that would be such a bad thing for the lack of a few seconds taping securely.




Hahahaha, those pictures of boxes, asses and people in white coats surely are a relief to me.

His box skills are lacking, I agree with that. He needs to twist the tape dispenser slightly left or right when he wants it to cut. If it that cardboard is recycled the tape will probably peel off.
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October 03, 2013, 12:23:48 AM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

He tried to share what he saw PERSONALLY.
So we could decide what we were going to do with more info.

KnC are great at ASICs, piss poor at logistics. Not his fault.
Most other vendors would be shipping you a .psd in this timeframe.

He didn't provide a service, it was a favour. To us and to KnC (who aren't exactly the best at communication either).

My only criticism is that he can't box up worth a wank...you always make sure that tape sticks to itself and not just the edges of the cardboard which is very weak as it's designed to adhere to tape. I hope none bust out and get damaged because of that...that would be such a bad thing for the lack of a few seconds taping securely.




Hahahaha, those pictures of boxes, asses and people in white coats surely are a relief to me.

His box skills are lacking, I agree with that. He needs to twist the tape dispenser slightly left or right when he wants it to cut. If it that cardboard is recycled the tape will probably peel off.

WTF, Cratiquing or how ever its spelt how they tape the boxes?

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October 03, 2013, 12:24:00 AM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

You can't have everything Wink
You got 550GH/s instead of 400GH/s

I call that underpromise and overdeliver.

If that was BFL they would have put 3 asic chips (410GH/s) in the Jupiter instead of 4 without any hesitation.

TRUE THAT!!

And then they would have had a $100 upgrade to add 10 GH

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October 03, 2013, 12:27:51 AM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?

In the shipping vid you can see several palettes in the background waiting to ship.

so i guess at least those palettes got shipped today.

Where is this shipping vid?  I've been back and forth through the last 5 pages and can't find a linkl...
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October 07, 2013, 03:51:33 AM
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October 07, 2013, 03:55:14 AM
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Only got 1 of 3 "1-500" Jupiters that were all suppose to ship together.  Sad

The one Jupiter hashing:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-92pvoxKq0
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October 07, 2013, 04:01:32 AM
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Good to be back

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October 07, 2013, 04:03:08 AM
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If it were not for Bitcoinorama, I would have surely gone nutz by now being in the dark as they say... I for one vote that O'rama gets a Jupiter for the service he has provided us in behalf of KNC    He has weathered the storm thru thick & thin

LOL, what service has he provided? Distracting us from the fact that shipping in September went to October.

He tried to share what he saw PERSONALLY.
So we could decide what we were going to do with more info.

KnC are great at ASICs, piss poor at logistics. Not his fault.
Most other vendors would be shipping you a .psd in this timeframe.

He didn't provide a service, it was a favour. To us and to KnC (who aren't exactly the best at communication either).

My only criticism is that he can't box up worth a wank...you always make sure that tape sticks to itself and not just the edges of the cardboard which is very weak as it's designed to adhere to tape. I hope none bust out and get damaged because of that...that would be such a bad thing for the lack of a few seconds taping securely.




Hahahaha, those pictures of boxes, asses and people in white coats surely are a relief to me.

His box skills are lacking, I agree with that. He needs to twist the tape dispenser slightly left or right when he wants it to cut. If it that cardboard is recycled the tape will probably peel off.

WTF, Cratiquing or how ever its spelt how they tape the boxes?

YEAH, TOO FUCKING RIGHT. Rigs are turning up with damaged boxes and with loose parts already. Go check the KnC forum.
Of course, maybe you think producing a machine worth thousands that needs to work from the day it arrives then packing it in second rate flimsy packaging is a good idea? It's moronic to save a few seconds and a dollar on packaging to risk the rigs being damaged.

What happens when your machine turns up broken? Think that's going to be a time saver? Think it's going to mine more coins? You'd be gutted, you'd lose money and have to somehow get it fixed or replaced....all because of a tiny last minute skimping on packing.  

The tape is the least problem, nothing to support the fans, holes in boxes because of nothing to reinforce the sides ...like shredded cardboard or inflated plastic bags....normal cheap stuff for most fragile items sent by post.
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October 07, 2013, 04:08:36 AM
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Good to be back

would of been better if it stayed dead for another 3 months...  give people time to get therapy

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October 07, 2013, 04:12:01 AM
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What happens when your machine turns up broken?
 


Here.. I'll say what everyone else thinks but never says


WE ALL HOPE EVERYONE ELSE'S MINERS END UP BROKEN BUT OUR OWN


ok??   can we stop the charade now?


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October 07, 2013, 04:12:54 AM
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What happens when your machine turns up broken?
 


Here.. I'll say what everyone else thinks but never says


WE ALL HOPE EVERYONE ELSE'S MINERS END UP BROKEN BUT OUR OWN


ok??   can we stop the charade now?



Well, I'm doing my part.  I wasted my Day 1 order by paying $2200 for hosting.  That'll keep me from interfering with your profits. FML
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October 07, 2013, 04:16:47 AM
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Met Alex at the Atlanta Bitcoin Conference yesterday.
The miner he had with him was impressively quiet and barely warm.
Looking forward to adding BFGMiner support when my unit gets here Smiley

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October 07, 2013, 04:19:36 AM
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Well, I'm doing my part.  I wasted my Day 1 order by paying $2200 for hosting.  That'll keep me from interfering with your profits. FML

ya man i know it sucks but it seems all these long winded debates just boil down to each person wanting their particular issue fixed/resolved in front of the other guy.. there's no 'level headed anything' going on

dog eat dog and all

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October 07, 2013, 04:20:24 AM
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Met Alex at the Atlanta Bitcoin Conference yesterday.
The miner he had with him was impressively quiet and barely warm.
Looking forward to adding BFGMiner support when my unit gets here Smiley

this is one of the first good comments on this thread in about 400 pages - thanks

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October 07, 2013, 04:22:19 AM
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Has anyone else had an order marked "shipped" but gotten no tracking # or email about pick-up?
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October 07, 2013, 04:25:19 AM
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Now the question is would they be able to get out all prommised units by the 15th of this month?

Also WE NEED some freaking updates. Being they dont like talking on there OWN forums... Angry Shocked

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