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Author Topic: Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com  (Read 3007406 times)
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October 08, 2013, 09:54:14 PM
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36HRS "IN PROGRESS"

no shipping info. yet.

maybe it's really coming from Saturn.~?

At this rate I don't see how they are going to make the Oct 15th shipping promise. Damn, bummed out now.
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October 08, 2013, 09:56:50 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.
If you are a 1-500 you probably know.
If not, it will show up on the Order History page, as the device(s) will be labeled as such.
"Jupiter 1-500" for example.

There is no muddy water, here.
1-500 orders made a pledge to KnC to purchase their product.
Without the pledge, Mr Kennemar and Mr Cole (the K and C in KnC) couldn't receive ORSOC's blessing to move ahead.

I will reiterate; are there any 1-500 orders of non-hosted equipment that are not hashing in the wild?

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October 08, 2013, 10:00:36 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.

Yes that's true I paid for one of my pre-ordered 1-500 Jupiters on the last day (6/10) #190x. It was ready for pickup in person yesterday.
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October 08, 2013, 10:06:40 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.

Yes that's true I paid for one of my pre-ordered 1-500 Jupiters on the last day (6/10) #190x. It was ready for pickup yesterday.

Hey Mr. Quote Man, was that pickup in person, or pickup for UPS Delivery man?
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October 08, 2013, 10:09:48 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.
If you are a 1-500 you probably know.
If not, it will show up on the Order History page, as the device(s) will be labeled as such.
"Jupiter 1-500" for example.

There is no muddy water, here.
1-500 orders made a pledge to KnC to purchase their product.
Without the pledge, Mr Kennemar and Mr Cole (the K and C in KnC) couldn't receive ORSOC's blessing to move ahead.

I will reiterate; are there any 1-500 orders of non-hosted equipment that are not hashing in the wild?

I am #38x and considered Day 2.  I have been "In Progress" since Monday of last week or so.  I didn't pre-register until May though.
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October 08, 2013, 10:10:42 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.
If you are a 1-500 you probably know.
If not, it will show up on the Order History page, as the device(s) will be labeled as such.
"Jupiter 1-500" for example.

There is no muddy water, here.
1-500 orders made a pledge to KnC to purchase their product.
Without the pledge, Mr Kennemar and Mr Cole (the K and C in KnC) couldn't receive ORSOC's blessing to move ahead.

I will reiterate; are there any 1-500 orders of non-hosted equipment that are not hashing in the wild?

I'm order 3xx and I've been in progress for about a week as well.
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October 08, 2013, 10:11:55 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.
If you are a 1-500 you probably know.
If not, it will show up on the Order History page, as the device(s) will be labeled as such.
"Jupiter 1-500" for example.

There is no muddy water, here.
1-500 orders made a pledge to KnC to purchase their product.
Without the pledge, Mr Kennemar and Mr Cole (the K and C in KnC) couldn't receive ORSOC's blessing to move ahead.

I will reiterate; are there any 1-500 orders of non-hosted equipment that are not hashing in the wild?

I'm order 3xx and I've been in progress for about a week as well.

You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?
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October 08, 2013, 10:12:38 PM
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Other than those that chose hosting, have any 1-500 orders not arrived in customers sweaty hands?

I think it sort of sux that the hosted miners haven't started hashing.

Maybe the folks at KnC 'listened' to the folks that were whining about Sam working on the Data Center instead of hardware.

The 1-500 thing muddies the waters because pre-registered is a hidden number and some 4 figure order numbers I think are shipping because of it.
If you are a 1-500 you probably know.
If not, it will show up on the Order History page, as the device(s) will be labeled as such.
"Jupiter 1-500" for example.

There is no muddy water, here.
1-500 orders made a pledge to KnC to purchase their product.
Without the pledge, Mr Kennemar and Mr Cole (the K and C in KnC) couldn't receive ORSOC's blessing to move ahead.

I will reiterate; are there any 1-500 orders of non-hosted equipment that are not hashing in the wild?

I'm order 3xx and I've been in progress for about a week as well.

You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Yes Day 2

edit:...oops, talking to the wrong person.  derp
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October 08, 2013, 10:16:36 PM
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You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Sorry...I'm day 2.  However I'm a little frustrated as I paid within the '7 days and you don't lose your spot in line'....I should be day 1.
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October 08, 2013, 10:17:53 PM
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You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Sorry...I'm day 2.  However I'm a little frustrated as I paid within the '7 days and you don't lose your spot in line'....I should be day 1.

That was based on the pre-order position.  You still had to pay within the 7 days to be in the 1-500 group.  The order of your pre-order is what got you your place in the 1-500 queue (day 1,2,3).
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October 08, 2013, 10:18:21 PM
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You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Sorry...I'm day 2.  However I'm a little frustrated as I paid within the '7 days and you don't lose your spot in line'....I should be day 1.

It all comes down to the pre-register thing.  Same exact boat as you.  I ordered literally within 2-3 hours of KnC beginning to take orders.  I remember it vividly.  Was working outside on my car that day.  When I seen the e-mail on my phone I rushed inside.
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October 08, 2013, 10:20:17 PM
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You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Sorry...I'm day 2.  However I'm a little frustrated as I paid within the '7 days and you don't lose your spot in line'....I should be day 1.

That was based on the pre-order position.  You still had to pay within the 7 days to be in the 1-500 group.  The order of your pre-order is what got you your place in the 1-500 queue (day 1,2,3).

At the very least, we can all agree that it should've been labelled Week 1, 2, 3 at the shitty rate this is going.
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October 08, 2013, 10:23:13 PM
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Paladin,
So, you are NOT a 1-500 customer, right?
You ordered Jupiter(s) or Saturn(s) and not Jupiter 1-500 or Saturn 1-500.

A 1-500 order that was placed late in the first week may have a 4 digit order#.

They will still be shipped ahead of the non 1-500 orders, no matter how low.

FWIW, I was low 2xx, and 1-500.

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October 08, 2013, 10:24:30 PM
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You're order 3xx but are you in the Day 1 or Day 2 group?

Sorry...I'm day 2.  However I'm a little frustrated as I paid within the '7 days and you don't lose your spot in line'....I should be day 1.

It all comes down to the pre-register thing.  Same exact boat as you.  I ordered literally within 2-3 hours of KnC beginning to take orders.  I remember it vividly.  Was working outside on my car that day.  When I seen the e-mail on my phone I rushed inside.

The whole thing about paying that first week was to get into the lottery for the Jupiter and Saturn, so most of us paid in that first week, to the point where PayPal's anti-fraud unit even called me up and asked what it was I was sending so much money for.  ("Custom designed computer equipment" was my answer.)

So where ARE my day-2 units that have been in progress for over a week Huh
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October 08, 2013, 10:26:28 PM
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Has any Day 1 unit not arrived at their destination? (excluding hosted units)
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October 08, 2013, 10:27:52 PM
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Maybe day 2 means next year  Huh
Our orders for day 2 must still be on Jupiter and not launched yet  Angry

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October 08, 2013, 10:29:05 PM
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so why even change my status to "in progress"??

what does that actually mean? Either my unit is finished and ready for shipping or it's not. In progress sounds like something that takes weeks or months, hell its been in progress since june, when i paid.
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October 08, 2013, 11:10:03 PM
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so why even change my status to "in progress"??

what does that actually mean? Either my unit is finished and ready for shipping or it's not. In progress sounds like something that takes weeks or months, hell its been in progress since june, when i paid.

Agreed.  It's strange to change the status then just let them sit.  The "we'll get around to it when we can" vibe I'm getting is starting to become reminiscent of BFL's transparency.

I'm beginning to think Sept 30th was a 'dog and pony show' to say "look we made it in time for September" when that really wasn't the case.  Now they are solving issues.  Like boards catching fire and units that aren't hashing anywhere close to what they should.
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October 08, 2013, 11:12:52 PM
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so why even change my status to "in progress"??

what does that actually mean? Either my unit is finished and ready for shipping or it's not. In progress sounds like something that takes weeks or months, hell its been in progress since june, when i paid.

Agreed.  It's strange to change the status then just let them sit.  The "we'll get around to it when we can" vibe I'm getting is starting to become reminiscent of BFL's transparency.

I'm beginning to think Sept 30th was a 'dog and pony show' to say "look we made it in time for September" when that really wasn't the case.  Now they are solving issues.  Like boards catching fire and units that aren't hashing anywhere close to what they should.

Never saw BFL compensate clients for delays...but yeah once again i understand why burnin won't work with customers anymore.

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October 08, 2013, 11:13:47 PM
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so why even change my status to "in progress"??

what does that actually mean? Either my unit is finished and ready for shipping or it's not. In progress sounds like something that takes weeks or months, hell its been in progress since june, when i paid.

Agreed.  It's strange to change the status then just let them sit.  The "we'll get around to it when we can" vibe I'm getting is starting to become reminiscent of BFL's transparency.

I'm beginning to think Sept 30th was a 'dog and pony show' to say "look we made it in time for September" when that really wasn't the case.  Now they are solving issues.  Like boards catching fire and units that aren't hashing anywhere close to what they should.

Never saw BFL compensate clients for delays...but yeah once again i understand why burnin won't work with customers anymore.

Most aren't getting compensated at all.  Only the Day 1's getting hosting.  And my biggest concern is that everyone else is being held up now because of them.

If we all get compensated then I'll shut up.
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