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October 10, 2013, 06:39:33 PM
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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).
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October 10, 2013, 06:42:46 PM
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Bitcoinorama, you provided so many details about the last 20 pages of this thread but not a single mention of the hosted units?  What is going on over there???   Jupiters hashing at 18 GH/s???    Why did they go down a different road for their configuration and how are they going to fix it?

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October 10, 2013, 06:42:58 PM
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ok, got it to ssl in with screen -r... but as soon as it connects, it says i didnt set up cgminer right, and closes the window....?


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October 10, 2013, 06:44:27 PM
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It's about time they sorted out this burning capacitor issue and if they have already they need to break their mould and communicate with customers about it. IF they think Corsair PSUs are the cause then WTF are they doing not telling us so, then we can avoid damaging our long awaited rigs?

I'm sitting here with a corsair PSU, having never had the KnC recommendation they said they'd give us...with no idea if it was a waste of money or worse ..something that will damage my rig?

Communication is crap. When my rig turns up, do I risk the PSU I have, watch it fry and smile wryly and think to myself "Well they didn't tell us what the problem was, but at least I can have the peace of mind that 'Orama has clean jeans Smiley" . Seriously.

I know it's not your job mate, but who's job is it to communicate these vital issues?

To be fair no one knew a particular PSU may have an underlying problem beforehand, that's not exactly predictable, likewise it is the only common theme currently. It's being looked into, it may not be the definitive answer, but it's an uncanny occurrence, and my advice is precautionary, not based on any science. Just each blown cap has apparently had that PSU. Anotherhost.se is assisting the investigation as DWDoc relayed. When they both have more evidence, they will be able to better inform.

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October 10, 2013, 06:46:19 PM
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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

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October 10, 2013, 06:49:29 PM
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anyone willing to help me out on teamveiwer to setup my miner having some trouble
send you a pm

                               
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October 10, 2013, 06:50:32 PM
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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

You should be using FedEx.  They all are incompetent but FedEx manhandles the boxes far less than UPS I've discovered.  My wife and I have both done a lot of shipping.
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October 10, 2013, 06:51:52 PM
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Hello Bitcoinorama,

don't want to troll you but please:

how many photos of disassembled coolers during shipping and burned capacitors KNC needs to improve their packaging and boards?
how many printscreens of cgminer with 15%+ hw errors and ~400Gh/s performance KNC needs to get in touch with cgminer team?

thanks for info.
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October 10, 2013, 06:51:58 PM
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why is the miner setting page totally blank? says webpage not available...?


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October 10, 2013, 06:52:43 PM
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My power supply is a rosewill lightning.


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October 10, 2013, 06:53:19 PM
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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

They DEFINITELY were throwing this box around from Sweden -> Germany(why?) -> Newark, NY -> Brooklyn, NY, one corner has a whole tear where you could see the metal case through at least 1-2 inches wide. I'm about to set it up right now. Crossing my fingers everything is smooth sailing from here now that the fans are re attached. Seems the screws aren't long enough to stay attached to the outer plastic shell that affixes to the heatsink.

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October 10, 2013, 06:53:41 PM
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why is the miner setting page totally blank?

This happens in the original release if you have added more than one pool to the cgminer config file.

EDIT:

Throwing them around like the box in my pictures ??

http://imgur.com/a/s44NM

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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

You should be using FedEx.  They all are incompetent but FedEx manhandles the boxes far less than UPS I've discovered.

Ohh no no no, Marcus is still foaming at the mouth w.r.t. Fedex. A few days before the 30th and Fedex sent the Beagle bones to France, instead of Sweden, then lied about the whereabouts several times. He will never use Fedex ever again. DHL are the guys that saved everyone's asses w.r.t. BealeBones and ASICs, and they want to handle the deliveries from Nov.

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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

They DEFINITELY were throwing this box around from Sweden -> Germany(why?) -> Newark, NY -> Brooklyn, NY, one corner has a whole tear where you could see the metal case through at least 1-2 inches wide. I'm about to set it up right now. Crossing my fingers everything is smooth sailing from here now that the fans are re attached. Seems the screws aren't long enough to stay attached to the outer plastic shell that affixes to the heatsink.

How do you think their Chinese customers will feel?

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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

They DEFINITELY were throwing this box around from Sweden -> Germany(why?) -> Newark, NY -> Brooklyn, NY, one corner has a whole tear where you could see the metal case through at least 1-2 inches wide. I'm about to set it up right now. Crossing my fingers everything is smooth sailing from here now that the fans are re attached. Seems the screws aren't long enough to stay attached to the outer plastic shell that affixes to the heatsink.

The heatsinks come from Arctic pre-assembled with the fans, the whole unit is just placed on the ASIC and affixed with the custom aluminium bracket.

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The rattling inside the case got me quite scared, but looks like the fans for the heatsinks got loose en route, does anyone know how these are mounted correctly before I plug it in?

I hope this is the only problem I run into...

Ouch That is brutal.  I would be freaking out so here is some help.  The coolers are off the shelf Artic Cooling A320 CPU coolers.  Looks like the fan portion simply "snaps" on to the heatsink main body.  Take a look at the unboxing video and other install info in the link below.
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cpu/473/freezer-a30.html?c=2181





In a related note for people who want more airflow it looks like the cooler can be expanded to a second fan on the other side (push pull config).


I have to admit we doubled up on the padding on the heatsink to specifically specifically rectify that issue, with Marcus last week, and tested it. What the hell is UPS doing to these boxes?!

You should be using FedEx.  They all are incompetent but FedEx manhandles the boxes far less than UPS I've discovered.

Ohh no no no, Marcus is still foaming at the mouth w.r.t. Fedex. A few days before the 30th and Fedex sent the Beagle bones to France, instead of Sweden, then lied about the whereabouts several times. He will never use Fedex ever again. DHL are the guys that saved everyone's asses w.r.t. BealeBones and ASICs, and they want to handle the deliveries from Nov.

I guess I can only speak from the perspective of shipping around through North America.  Awesome if DHL is what they use for November.

Now that this probably matters much, but it "Fragile" mentioned on the box?
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October 10, 2013, 07:02:14 PM
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"Caution. Explosive!" would work better than "Fragile"

I'd put a rubber band round the fans to stop them popping off and damaging anything as they rattled around the case. Cheap fix.
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orama,

thx for update!

i got one corsair 1050 hx running.

is that also a problem or just the 850???

Same question but substitute Corsair AX860.

Look there's no science behind what i'm relaying as i'm not first hand dealing with any of the cap issues. And i've probably not relayed the exact broke English/Swedish version I was told by one of the engineers present. But for sure the fact is every blown cap that has been set back via RMA has been using a Corsair HX850 to power it; and it's the one consistent link, and Anotherhost.se unfortunately were running all their hosted boards with that power supply and have had to switch.

Found this on a Cooler Master review. Is this related?

Inrush current or switch-on surge refers to the maximum, instantaneous input-current drawn by an electrical device when first turned on. Because of the charging current of the APFC capacitor(s), PSUs produce large inrush-current right as they are turned on. Large inrush current can cause the tripping of circuit breakers and fuses and may also damage switches, relays and bridge rectifiers; as a result, the lower the inrush current of a PSU right as it is turned on, the better.

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ITS RUNNING!
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i still have no "miner settings" page when tab is pressed, but i was able to config cgminer thru the ssl...?

not bad for a saturn...eh?


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