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October 10, 2013, 01:06:38 PM
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So... 3pm and still no tracking number for my day 2 order. Bitcoinorama, as a spokesperson for KNC I want a statement regarding vouchers and/or early access regarding future orders as an apology for everyone whose order has been shipped late more than 7 days from you, since your customer support seems unable to give non-standardised answers.

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October 10, 2013, 01:08:11 PM
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I now have the miner plugged directly to the laptop, which has access to the wifi...alot less garble, but still see no ip for the miner...

How many RJ45 ports does your wifi router have?  Are you connecting more than one item to a cable modem?  Cable modems (sometimes) come with a USB port and an RJ45 port.  This does not mean you can use both.  It's one or the other.  If your home has a single computer to the cable modem then that's all the cable modem is going to accept.  If one wants more than one computer to the cable modem one plugs the upstream port of a router to the cable modem and then has the multiple downstream port switches (RJ45 ports) and possibly wireless.  When you boot a computer with DHCP to the cable modem it will not be assigned an IP address in the 192.168.xxx.xxx range but if you plug into the router, you will.  If you connect wirelessly to the router you will also get assigned via DHCP an address in the 192.168.xxx.xxx range.  Your computer shows an IP address of 192.168.43.51 I believe with a gateway of 192.168.43.1.  The .43 is unusual.  Still, if the wifi router is assigning addresses in the 192.168.43.0 net then you should be able to plug your computer cat5 RJ45 cable into the back of the wifi router and boot and still get assigned a 192.168.43.0 net address.   There should be more than one RJ45 downlink port on the wifi router.  Plug both the computer and the Jupiter into different RJ45 ports on the wifi router.  Boot the computer, boot the Jupiter, open a browser on the computer and go to http://192.168.43.1, log into your wifi router, go to status, go to local network, bring up the DHCP client table, see what DHCP addresses have been assigned, and there should be two, the one assigned to your computer and one assigned to the Jupiter.  Open putty on the computer, input the address assigned to the Jupiter, open, sign into the Jupiter.  You're home free.



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October 10, 2013, 01:12:58 PM
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I'm mining @ slush... and this is what I get for a block that last for only 7 minutes: 0.08573308 btc with 2 jups.

usually I got something like 0.19/0.24.



most probably that is because of PPLNS reward system. Using this system you must know that max payouts will be reached after 24 hours. thats resist of pool hoping
Also PPLNS means that sometimes it can find a few blocks a day, other time no for a day. Yes, that is more variance accordingly to other reward systems, but in more long period PPLNS miners has higher payouts

And of course it is better to use p2pool to avoid centralized pools fee Smiley that is usually 3-7%

I agree an all points.

What I'm saying is unrelated, thou.

Every time your pool stratum request to do the "flushwork" KnC cgminer driver instead of flushing it finish old work and submitting it, this lead to a prompt decrease of your hash rate. And it takes 10 secs at min to climb up to normal level. This happens every time a new block is found (not only blocks found by your pool). The damage get worse when your your pool find a block within a few minutes/seconds from the last "flushwork" request.

Since every reward system is based on the number of shares you submit, independently from your particular reward sys you'll get less btc in the case described above

think it must be reported to KnC engineers while they fix it

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October 10, 2013, 01:15:24 PM
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So... 3pm and still no tracking number for my day 2 order. Bitcoinorama, as a spokesperson for KNC I want a statement regarding vouchers and/or early access regarding future orders as an apology for everyone whose order has been shipped late more than 7 days from you, since your customer support seems unable to give non-standardised answers.
They are not shipping anymore, because they are stuck in their datacenter and HW/FW problems.
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October 10, 2013, 01:16:36 PM
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I'm mining @ slush... and this is what I get for a block that last for only 7 minutes: 0.08573308 btc with 2 jups.

usually I got something like 0.19/0.24.



most probably that is because of PPLNS reward system. Using this system you must know that max payouts will be reached after 24 hours. thats resist of pool hoping
Also PPLNS means that sometimes it can find a few blocks a day, other time no for a day. Yes, that is more variance accordingly to other reward systems, but in more long period PPLNS miners has higher payouts

And of course it is better to use p2pool to avoid centralized pools fee Smiley that is usually 3-7%

I agree an all points.

What I'm saying is unrelated, thou.

Every time your pool stratum request to do the "flushwork" KnC cgminer driver instead of flushing it finish old work and submitting it, this lead to a prompt decrease of your hash rate. And it takes 10 secs at min to climb up to normal level. This happens every time a new block is found (not only blocks found by your pool). The damage get worse when your your pool find a block within a few minutes/seconds from the last "flushwork" request.

Since every reward system is based on the number of shares you submit, independently from your particular reward sys you'll get less btc in the case described above

think it must be reported to KnC engineers while they fix it

reported already, this is the reply I get

Dear xxxxxx,

 

We aware about this issue. Please be informed, there should be new modified firmware released later on today. It should help you to make it more stable.

 

Med vänlig hälsning | Best regards
Anna Jagdhar
Kncminer
www.kncminer.com
Office: +46 8559 253 20

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October 10, 2013, 01:22:31 PM
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how much speed should one expect after connecting the miner to pool? doe s it take 24 hours to reach full speed?

mine seems to be fluctuating between 180 to 260 Sad
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October 10, 2013, 01:29:16 PM
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2 of may hash modulse runs at 81-83C. So more cooling capacity is needed for sure.

Ift the temperatue drops down from 81C to 71C the hash rate goes down. So it's a self defense I think.


try changing the thermal paste on the heatsinks so there is a thin layer instead of it being excessive and squashed out of the heatsink.
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October 10, 2013, 01:38:04 PM
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they told me they test them up to 105 celsius but I modded my airflow to keep everything between 40-59


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October 10, 2013, 01:39:58 PM
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Ok so finally my order is shipped 8xx day 2 payment, and it will take only 11 days to arrive ..i am so royally, majorly and monumentally screwed .....
Man, where do you live.. Antarctica? (Or were you joking?)

Close enough (difficulty wise) ...middle east ...

at least in Antarctica you would of got free heat!!

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October 10, 2013, 01:42:37 PM
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What is the CFM of the fans that kncminer uses?
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October 10, 2013, 01:50:50 PM
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try changing the thermal paste on the heatsinks so there is a thin layer instead of it being excessive and squashed out of the heatsink.

No don't do that because KnC said to me that it wasn't allowed to do so! Unless you got explicit permission to do so from them.
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October 10, 2013, 01:59:16 PM
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Dhenson and bargraphics. FYI, I'm having similar problems as you are. I brought up my unit on the semi private pool last night and it briefly hashed at 100GH/s with a 5-10% rejection rate before going to zero.

I know that KNC is working on it, but damn - this is really turning into a shit show for us and for them, if they have to keep compensating us and pulling their hair out to make it work.

Besides the actual problems our choices for monitoring the situation aren't good. If the customers leave the miners set to the knc pool, there is no way for us to monitor hashrate, payouts, rejection rates, etc and we have to trust that knc is doing this - which at this point I don't. If we run it on our own pool, then we can monitor it but we have no way of knowing if knc is paying attention to these units (perhaps through remote cgminer api) so that they'll tend to problems that occur.

I'm really not enjoying the hosted experience at all so far - I hope that the next few days that experience changes dramatically.


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October 10, 2013, 01:59:43 PM
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I finally got my 2 miners online via hosting.

Jupiter 1 = 172 Gh/s
Jupiter 2 = 12 Gh/s

(past hour)

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October 10, 2013, 02:03:11 PM
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I finally got my 2 miners online via hosting.

Jupiter 1 = 172 Gh/s
Jupiter 2 = 12 Gh/s

(past hour)

kill me


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October 10, 2013, 02:04:00 PM
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better than nothing at all......

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October 10, 2013, 02:05:41 PM
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October 10, 2013, 02:14:00 PM
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better than nothing at all......
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October 10, 2013, 02:20:38 PM
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I finally got my 2 miners online via hosting.

Jupiter 1 = 172 Gh/s
Jupiter 2 = 12 Gh/s

(past hour)

kill me

hey we have 6 jupiters in the hosting at KNC and it looks very bad! but where could you get information how fast they´re running.... no Coins mined at all.... had smo on the phone, they couldn´t get us further information?!

pls share some informations

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October 10, 2013, 02:22:43 PM
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People on bitcointalk.org said they are using BeQuiet Silent Wings 140mm and Arctic Cooling Freezer i30/A30.

ARCTIC Freezer A30 already comes with MX-4 thermal compound, which is generally the best carbon compound you can get. The CFM of those 120mm heatsink fans are 74. They could be replaced, but that is generally a high CFM. The 140mm fans are 60 CFM, and likewise that is high CFM, especially at 15 dB level.

I think I might not replace the fans, but I am going to add a bunch of ram heatsinks on the components, including around the heatsink to cover the chip completely. I dont have my miner(s) yet, but i see people reporting that cores shutdown while others stay on. i am not sure what that is about. but i want to keep all the cores on and cool
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October 10, 2013, 02:25:26 PM
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I finally got my 2 miners online via hosting.

Jupiter 1 = 172 Gh/s
Jupiter 2 = 12 Gh/s

(past hour)

kill me

hey we have 6 jupiters in the hosting at KNC and it looks very bad! but where could you get information how fast they´re running.... no Coins mined at all.... had smo on the phone, they couldn´t get us further information?!

pls share some informations

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I logged into the portal (portal.kncminer.com) with the info they emailed me this morning.   I had to call since I didn't get the info prior to calling.  The pool they configured the boxes to was incorrect or it appeared to be mining to KNC's address (1D5FhoiuLMJJ43BCMGidwvbKWfr71g1vH9)

I changed the info to my worker on BTCGuild.  After you hit save, the settings won't show up immediately.  The miner then goes into a "pending" state and comes back in a few minutes.  then refreshed and saw my new settings.   It appears they are not running the same method as the boxes they sent out.  When I change my pool settings things happen immediately on the jupiter I have at home.   Looks like KNC build some management portal which is really messing things up for everyone.

12 GH/s!  Seriously..  WTF.
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