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October 11, 2013, 11:42:42 AM
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Code:
perl ./asic_status.pl > status.html

Thanks for the info about that bertmod.bin file being just a tar.gz!
I felt much better only running that perl script.

Hint to the development group: bring out a pure ASCII version!

So my home Saturn looks OK, I will check why there is a temperature and performance difference.



I have no access to the slower Saturn hosted at KnC. So I currently can not say anything about
the temperature and disabled cores about that one.

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October 11, 2013, 11:45:01 AM
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AND, why some ppls hosted rigs have been pointed to provide KNCs wallet with coins?Huh

Source? Otherwise don't spread FUD.

I am actually glad I have a late hosted order. Hopefully all the kinks have been ironed out by then. Tongue

All early orders (if they did their pre-purchase research properly) basically signed up to be guinea pigs in return for a certain probability that everything worked perfectly from the start.

And as anyone working with IT knows, the chances of that are minimal (enter the famous Murphy's Law). The fact that KnC managed to have a product that is working over the initial spec in at least 80% of the times on their first try is monumental.

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October 11, 2013, 11:51:41 AM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....
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October 11, 2013, 11:53:09 AM
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AND, why some ppls hosted rigs have been pointed to provide KNCs wallet with coins?Huh

Source? Otherwise don't spread FUD.

I am actually glad I have a late hosted order. Hopefully all the kinks have been ironed out by then. Tongue

All early orders (if they did their pre-purchase research properly) basically signed up to be guinea pigs in return for a certain probability that everything worked perfectly from the start.

And as anyone working with IT knows, the chances of that are minimal (enter the famous Murphy's Law). The fact that KnC managed to have a product that is working over the initial spec in at least 80% of the times on their first try is monumental.

please keep up.

im not about to go sifting through thousands of posts just to reiterate what more than one HOSTED miner has already reported.

knc may well have broken some tech records but facts are facts, just because you have not read them does not make them irrelevant.

and there are PLENTY of early orders yet to arrive, in fact it seems we (they) have stalled out at around 2000.

do you require sauce with that also to make it less 'FUDdy'

E2A - thanks for not ignoring 1 of my several questions, though i wasnt really asking you its nice to not be ignored.

i half agree with the later orders maybe having the kinks ironed out - the other half of me thinks that maybe all the good chips will be used in house while we end up with the dregs...



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October 11, 2013, 11:54:06 AM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....

are you reading speed through pool? i use slush and it showed 30 at the start and slowly ramped up to 450 after about 10 hours.
even tho the miner ran at 400-450 from the beginning.

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October 11, 2013, 11:54:24 AM
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My post from kncforum.

    Miner Type: Jupiter
    CGMiner Hash Rate (average): 445Gh/s
    CGMiner HW Error : 25-30%
    Firmware Version: .94
    Uptime: 12 Hour
    Case: Off
    4 VRM per board

Bertmod shows input voltage 11.8-12 V, output voltage 0.89-0.93 V, output current 45-58 W

This is how i feel.




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October 11, 2013, 11:55:14 AM
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Firmware: 0.94
PSU: Cougar S700
Cooling: default + 2x Noctua NF-S12B FLX




Any adivce on PSU?
700 plenty... you might try raise your diff a bit more...  like 250


Ok raised diff to 256, working fine with 260GH/s.

Just asking for PSU advice cause Cougar S700 is silver certified and my  saturn wasn't stable before connecting two Noctua Fans to PSU(sucking air out)
KnCs PSU specs say, PSU must be gold certified, maybe thats why i'm getting so much HW Errors?
I'm also looking foward to buy 2 upgrade modules next year so i need to change PSU anyway.


Silver, Gold, etc. refer to PSU internal efficiency.  Wouldn't have anything to do with H/W errors.

Suppose you have a 500 W power supply, a system that pulls 250 W at full load,  running at full load all the time.

Power drawn from the wall in an 8 hour day:

Basic - 312.5 W
Bronze - 304.9 W
Silver - 294.1 W
Gold - 277.8 W
Platinum - 271.7 W

That means that over basic you save 7.6 W/h with bronze, 18.4 W/h with silver, 34.7 W/h with gold, and 40.8 W/h with platinum. With 8 hours a day at full load that comes out to be 1.82 kWh, 4.42 kWh, 8.33 kWh, and 9.79 kWh saved per month with bronze, silver, gold, and platinum respectively.

At 0.15 per kWh, and a 24 hour day, you'd save $52.86 a year with a platinum supply versus a non-rated supply.


I'm paying 0,47$ or 0,35€ but thats not why i'm asking for adivce, its all about this: "A power supply (PSU) certified as 80+ Gold (high quality power with low variations)"
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October 11, 2013, 11:55:26 AM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....

are you reading speed through pool? i use slush and it showed 30 at the start and slowly ramped up to 450 after about 10 hours.

I tried, eligius then 50btc, both stuck at 100 GH/s, maybe I'll try slush...
Congrats on getting 450, you're one of the lucky few Smiley
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October 11, 2013, 11:56:48 AM
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T minus 4 days....

I still just showing paid..  Undecided

Same here

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October 11, 2013, 12:03:07 PM
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T minus 4 days....

I still just showing paid..  Undecided

Same here
Don't expect anything atm. For sure they stopped shipping due to their HW/FW issues. Not to forget the datacenter problems.
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October 11, 2013, 12:03:55 PM
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T minus 4 days....

I still just showing paid..  Undecided

Same here
Don't expect anything atm. For sure they stopped shipping due to their HW/FW issues. Not to forget the datacenter problems.

probably true.

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October 11, 2013, 12:04:11 PM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....

are you reading speed through pool? i use slush and it showed 30 at the start and slowly ramped up to 450 after about 10 hours.

I tried, eligius then 50btc, both stuck at 100 GH/s, maybe I'll try slush...
Congrats on getting 450, you're one of the lucky few Smiley

Well i had to do some modifications....

without the miner stops running, it trips the PSU for some reason.


I think Operador is referring to host customers. Not mining @ home.
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October 11, 2013, 12:10:12 PM
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@KNC: Communicating with your customers is key in times of trouble!!

Come on, how hard can it be to post a news item every day on your website with a status update ?
It's not nice to receive bad news, but WAY WAY WAY better than no news at all.

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October 11, 2013, 12:12:26 PM
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@KNC: Communicating with your customers is key in times of trouble!!

Come on, how hard can it be to post a news item every day on your website with a status update ?
It's not nice to receive bad news, but WAY WAY WAY better than no news at all.

Just got off the phone with Keith from KnC,

He said they have teams at the datacenter trying to resolve the hosted problems.

That's all the information he has currently.

I'll update as soon as my units seem to be hashing correctly.
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October 11, 2013, 12:13:07 PM
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@KNC: Communicating with your customers is key in times of trouble!!

Come on, how hard can it be to post a news item every day on your website with a status update ?
It's not nice to receive bad news, but WAY WAY WAY better than no news at all.
+1

Edit: They are all so stupid making the same mistakes over and over again.
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October 11, 2013, 12:16:58 PM
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Using 0.94. I am getting nowhere near the advertised 500G. Hardware errors are crazy (like 25%?). Power utilization is 940 +- watts at the wall (240v). anyone lucking out with better hash rates?

cgminer version 3.4.0 - Started: [2013-10-11 12:05:16]
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 (5s):339.4G (avg):353.4Gh/s | A:41800  R:403  HW:10575  WU:5904.5/m
 ST: 2  SS: 0  NB: 3  LW: 79144  GF: 0  RF: 0
 Connected to stratum.bitcoin.cz diff 299 with stratum as user XXXXXX
 Block: 0008cad210c5fe32...  Diff:189M  Started: [12:10:25]  Best share: 21.3K
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 KnC 0:                | 458.3G/356.8Gh/s | A:42398 R:403 HW:10756 WU:5947.1/m
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 [2013-10-11 12:14:23] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 13 submitted
 [2013-10-11 12:14:23] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 12:14:23] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 12 submitted

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October 11, 2013, 12:24:52 PM
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@KNC: Communicating with your customers is key in times of trouble!!

Come on, how hard can it be to post a news item every day on your website with a status update ?
It's not nice to receive bad news, but WAY WAY WAY better than no news at all.
+1

Edit: They are all so stupid making the same mistakes over and over again.

im confident its not stupidity
What do you think it is?
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October 11, 2013, 12:25:07 PM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....

are you reading speed through pool? i use slush and it showed 30 at the start and slowly ramped up to 450 after about 10 hours.

I tried, eligius then 50btc, both stuck at 100 GH/s, maybe I'll try slush...
Congrats on getting 450, you're one of the lucky few Smiley

Well i had to do some modifications....

without the miner stops running, it trips the PSU for some reason.



concrete room, difficult to burn....nice.....good idea.....now where to get a concrete room?Huh?
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October 11, 2013, 12:25:28 PM
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^Yeah, 550+ yeah, my ass... I am hosted and stuck at 100 average....

are you reading speed through pool? i use slush and it showed 30 at the start and slowly ramped up to 450 after about 10 hours.

I tried, eligius then 50btc, both stuck at 100 GH/s, maybe I'll try slush...
Congrats on getting 450, you're one of the lucky few Smiley

Well i had to do some modifications....

without the miner stops running, it trips the PSU for some reason.



What exactly is happening?

You turn on the miner and after lets say 1 min the miner suddenly shuts down? Thats whats happening with one of my miners.
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October 11, 2013, 12:26:59 PM
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My Jupiter went crazy this morning.  Scrolls lines like these up the cgminer screen so fast you can hardly read them.

 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:24] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:25] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted
 [2013-10-11 07:14:25] KnC: accepted by FPGA 21 works, but only 0 submitted

I'm at work, so I remoted into my home network and used the web interface to restart the miner.

Whose Bright Idea was it to have the web interface "restart" command do a "shutdown -h now" ??

Now it's down until I can get home and power cycle it.

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