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October 09, 2013, 05:35:16 PM
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^^ 50btc was hit by another dos attack today. I was down for about an hour
40deg and 38deg temps on my Saturn (case cover off)
just upgraded to .094 and hash rate is a little slower but HW errors are at 10% . I purposely stayed on 0.91 before this as the results from the other 2 firmware patches didn't look too good. around 5% HW errors on 0.91

                               
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October 09, 2013, 05:43:49 PM
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from their site:


Price drop for BTC payments



All

As customers have started returning for more purchases already. We would like to take this opportunity to add our own support to the bitcoin currency by offering 10% discount on all bitcoin payments

Simply add the items you wish to purchase to your cart, choose BitPay as the payment method and the discount will be automatically calculated in the shop.

Simple as that

Thanks

KnCMiner Team


This is rather annoying.  I just put in BitPay orders not too long ago.  Sad
It is not only annoying, it is unfair against all previous Nov customers, regardless what payment method used. I have a Nov order paid September 10th and I think about refund, because it is not acceptable to lower the price at one time within one batch in a pre-order sale. Someone who paid yesterday is completely screwed. As I said, this sales policy is not acceptable.

Pre-orders? Isn't the discount for new orders? It is a tough one, when ever a company offers a discount, the customers who ordered the day before and sooner are pissed. I ordered an erupter at 270 Euro and 3 days later they were at half that. (And I didn't get it from GB, so no discount coupon). Anyway, maybe I don't understand your complaint, but isn't offering a discount pretty much always like this? (Meaning from one date on? Not retroactively).

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October 09, 2013, 05:44:39 PM
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So, we're about half way through the oct 15th batch, production didn't really get going for a couple of days, and has now done so..with about 30 assembly benches (sorry, can't make that bit of wood on a trolley sound as good as KnC do  Cheesy ) ...looks like the 15th deadline is possible given they will be getting better at it by now ? Couriers permitting of course.
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October 09, 2013, 05:46:54 PM
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Bugger. Thought this would be at 9pm, not 9am!

http://www.meetup.com/bitcoin/events/142308492/

Looks like I have missed the Stockholm meetup!! Embarrassed

I've made the mistake of thinking on a 12hr clock in 24hr clock land. Almost missed my train.

the word "Lunch" (with general Bitcoin-related discussion), could have been a hint.  Cheesy
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October 09, 2013, 05:50:48 PM
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what psu do you guys recommend who are running jups right now? I want to grab something from amazon today..

I was thinking this one.. http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Enthusiast-Series-Modular-TX850M/dp/B005E98EI2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1381341075&sr=8-1&keywords=850+corsair

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October 09, 2013, 05:54:19 PM
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what psu do you guys recommend who are running jups right now? I want to grab something from amazon today..

I was thinking this one.. http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Enthusiast-Series-Modular-TX850M/dp/B005E98EI2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1381341075&sr=8-1&keywords=850+corsair
$99 (gold 80+)
http://promotions.newegg.com/neemail/guerrilla/LP/13-OCT/index-landing09.html?nm_mc=EMC-GD100913&cm_mmc=EMC-GD100913-_-index-_-Header-_-SeeAll&
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October 09, 2013, 05:58:34 PM
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Bugger. Thought this would be at 9pm, not 9am!

http://www.meetup.com/bitcoin/events/142308492/

Looks like I have missed the Stockholm meetup!! Embarrassed

I've made the mistake of thinking on a 12hr clock in 24hr clock land. Almost missed my train.

the word "Lunch" (with general Bitcoin-related discussion), could have been a hint.  Cheesy

Plus the fact it was a week ago..

"Bitcoin Wednesday is a global meetup event scheduled for the first Wednesday of every month. "

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October 09, 2013, 06:01:12 PM
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Bugger. Thought this would be at 9pm, not 9am!

http://www.meetup.com/bitcoin/events/142308492/

Looks like I have missed the Stockholm meetup!! Embarrassed

I've made the mistake of thinking on a 12hr clock in 24hr clock land. Almost missed my train.

the word "Lunch" (with general Bitcoin-related discussion), could have been a hint.  Cheesy

Plus the fact it was a week ago..

"Bitcoin Wednesday is a global meetup event scheduled for the first Wednesday of every month. "

Last week was a looooong week! Grin

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October 09, 2013, 06:02:08 PM
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I have a 1000w PSU in a PC that also runs one jupiter (plus a ModMiner inside, and 16 USbees as well)

http://www.microcenter.com/product/421002/SuperNOVA_1000P2_1000_Watt_Modular_ATX_Power_Supply




and this 850w PSU with the other Jupiter

http://www.microcenter.com/product/410331/Hale90_Series_V2_850_Watt_Modular_Power_Supply

figured go with some style if sitting out in the open


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October 09, 2013, 06:03:06 PM
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So where do you guys place Bitfury in terms of delivering on promise schedule as per them Huh


That issue in terms of 'delivery" has a harsh meaning to us former BFL customers (probably down 8K) I ordered my stuff in April 2013 (the same month KNC became a company and posted such)...and it is still gonna be 3 weeks at best for my 65gh from BFL (sorry I digress)

So if I remember right "Bitfury" may be legitimate as heck...but I don't think they take Paypal , Paypal with credit cards nor do they I think take regular credit cards like KNC ...so once burnt I'll stay away till such happens..I did a bank xfer with BFL and could have easily gotten my $$$ back by reversing charges at this point...but w/o a credit card or even using your banks debit card (usually have a cc mine is backed by visa) .....I am crap out of luck....

I'm not gonna play that game ever again ...so learn from my mistakes..only pay by credit card.....look at TerraHash as far as I can determine the chip maker was at fault and did not get him the chips ..I think it was Avalon...so even if the mnfg is legit stuff can still happen where  you hold the bag.

IMHO the asic mnfg companies are gonna have to step it up and do as KNC has done at least paypal with cc and direct cc payment as well.

on a side note people tout Cointerra ...and cointerra flaunts the fact it has high tech people and big money behind their product (not harsh I wish them luck) but for asic mining companies to blow smoke and say they can't get paypal or cc options for their customers is a bunch of hoohey


KNC got cc direct payment visa master card and paypal  and got the paypal cc option like 1 month after they STARTED the company and a couple months later got direct cc payment

and KNC has only existed maybe 6 months...

anyway to me it smells that so many 'choose' not to have paypal or cc options imho..want you to have ALL the risk...

so will stay away from anything that is not KNC  who has stated they can't get  cc options  or paypal imho...for the time being I'd rather wait on KNC  

and of course anyone reading this does not know about BFL google them ..you will see to run away....they take paypal but don't deliver for more then 1yr

anyway

live an learn from my mistake

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I see this statement an awful lot... "I will only use a credit card to buy ASIC miners."

Huh

So what good are Bitcoins if the people who mine them won't even use them to make purchases?!  It sounds like we don't really have a need for BTC.  Credit cards are good enough, apparently.

 

What it says to me is that there is one hell of an opportunity for c.c. companies to have bitcoin denominated credit cards!

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October 09, 2013, 06:05:18 PM
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Sadly, that would only be a hand-full-of-millions market.  More crumbs fall under the table at a CC executive lunch than that.
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October 09, 2013, 06:05:51 PM
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I inquired about my #26XX order and this was the response I got:

"...We are currently working on Day 1 and Day 2 production, these are pre-orders.

We are following the queue placements and as soon as we reach yours, the miner will be produced and shipped to you.

Your miner is expected to ship as it was initially scheduled - before 15th of October.  You will be informed with tracking number and estimated delivery date once the miner is produced.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have further questions.

Med vänlig hälsning | Best regards
Anna Jagdhar..."

Maybe I'm reading into it too much, but I'm not really encouraged by it.
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October 09, 2013, 06:08:12 PM
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I have a Saturn with 0.94 firmware.
The speed and HW are good but the consumption is horrible, 482.7 watts. Shouldn't it be near 200 watts Huh

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October 09, 2013, 06:12:19 PM
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Got my tracking numbers for Day 2 #3xx range.

Says they'll arrive Oct 11th.  I'm in the US.
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October 09, 2013, 06:32:29 PM
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It's all in the details, literally.
How about a clear answer to my 2 numbered questions above?
Bump.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3307588#msg3307588

Surely with your obsession for detail, it must be eating you up not to reply to these?

P.S. KNC still shipping in those unsuitable single walled boxes? Three whole questions for you to answer, in detail.

P.P.S. How come on the controller board there are 6 terminals, but shipped miners are only being shipped with 4 in place? Four questions, awaiting details!

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October 09, 2013, 06:34:31 PM
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Got my tracking numbers for Day 2 #3xx range.

Says they'll arrive Oct 11th.  I'm in the US.

Ditto here for two day-2 orders in the 75x range.  Due to arrive October 11th by end of Day - BEFORE the upcoming three day weekend! Yay!
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October 09, 2013, 06:44:08 PM
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I inquired about my #26XX order and this was the response I got:

"...We are currently working on Day 1 and Day 2 production, these are pre-orders.


and the other orders are... something different?
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October 09, 2013, 06:45:36 PM
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Got my tracking numbers for Day 2 #3xx range.

Says they'll arrive Oct 11th.  I'm in the US.

Ditto here for two day-2 orders in the 75x range.  Due to arrive October 11th by end of Day - BEFORE the upcoming three day weekend! Yay!

Lets hope so.  On my end, it looks like just labels were printed.  Are you seeing movement?
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October 09, 2013, 06:48:34 PM
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^^ 50btc was hit by another dos attack today. I was down for about an hour
40deg and 38deg temps on my Saturn (case cover off)
just upgraded to .094 and hash rate is a little slower but HW errors are at 10% . I purposely stayed on 0.91 before this as the results from the other 2 firmware patches didn't look too good. around 5% HW errors on 0.91

Agreed, the Jupiters I have on 0.91 are the fastest without any doubt. I have none on 0.90, most on 0.91, none on 0.92, two on 0.93 and one on 0.94.

So far 0.91 is the real deal IMO.

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October 09, 2013, 06:51:24 PM
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^^ 50btc was hit by another dos attack today. I was down for about an hour
40deg and 38deg temps on my Saturn (case cover off)
just upgraded to .094 and hash rate is a little slower but HW errors are at 10% . I purposely stayed on 0.91 before this as the results from the other 2 firmware patches didn't look too good. around 5% HW errors on 0.91

Agreed, the Jupiters I have on 0.91 are the fastest without any doubt. I have none on 0.90, most on 0.91, none on 0.92, two on 0.93 and one on 0.94.

So far 0.91 is the real deal IMO.

ok. downgrading should be no problem i guess?
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