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October 11, 2013, 12:31:05 PM
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October 11, 2013, 12:33:06 PM
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October 11, 2013, 12:33:49 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?

i wouldnt like to be accused of trolling or fudding again but these guys arent stupid.



1. they already got paid months ago = not stupid

2. they managed to produce something that we all wish we could produce = not stupid

3. they used 'some of us' to keep them looking like a worthy venture until they decided to change the t.o.s = not stupid

again - i dont think theyre stupid, like josh & yifu arent.

No matter how many times theyre called a dumbass - those guys are eating well! = not stupidity

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October 11, 2013, 12:39:43 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?

i wouldnt like to be accused of trolling or fudding the air but these guys arent stupid.

1. they already got paid months ago = not stupid

2. they managed to produce something that we all wish we could produce = not stupid

3. they used 'some of us' to keep them looking like a worthy venture until they decided to change the t.o.s = not stupid

again - i dont think theyre stupid, like josh & yifu arent.

No matter how many times theyre called a dumbass - those guys are eating well! = not stupidity


You are right if you assume that their intention from the beginning was to srew us. Otherwise it is stupid not to communicate in this situation.
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October 11, 2013, 12:43:43 PM
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putting words in my mouth doesnt make them mine.

i did not make any assumptions - i do not believe they are stupid

you on the other hand...

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October 11, 2013, 12:48:28 PM
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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...


I am actually keeping up, and reading all the whining post can be quite tedious, but I am at it.
What I remember from all the posts, is that the "KnC mines with customer's units" originated from a perversion of a statement "KnC reimbursed hosted day1 customers with mined coins". The first does not equal the second.

Also, if you have been keeping up, you'd know that I reported twice my reason fo going hosted was after a communication with KnC from August, where I asked them if they'd guarantee my order gets shipped before the end of October as I will not be around to receive shipment after that. Their answer was 'no', so I switched to hosting.

In my books, they have until the end of October to deliver all the October units. October 15th is again an implicit perversion of the "November 15th minus 1 month" assumption.

I am actually glad that they suspended shipping (if they indeed did so), to iron out the problems. A sign of professionalism.

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October 11, 2013, 12:51:36 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.

With 4 Days to go until the 15th I would not hold your breath. My Jupiter order #238* paid June 19th, has been sitting at in progress (changed from paid) since Monday the 7th at 11:30 ish. I do suspect that they have ceased production until the issues are resolved. I do hope they compensate people (like hosting) for a late delivery.

Because if September/October miners are not shipped in October , they will need to refund the price difference for the November orders (in my opinion).

Not lost my Faith in KNC yet , but their lack of any concrete status updates (even if its bad news) is testing my belief.  
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October 11, 2013, 12:55:28 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.

that's bad as i have a small home
no more place to set up more miner
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October 11, 2013, 12:57:27 PM
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And where is the fire extinguisher?
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October 11, 2013, 12:57:59 PM
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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...


I am actually keeping up, and reading all the whining post can be quite tedious, but I am at it.
What I remember from all the posts, is that the "KnC mines with customer's units" originated from a perversion of a statement "KnC reimbursed hosted day1 customers with mined coins". The first does not equal the second.

Also, if you have been keeping up, you'd know that I reported twice my reason fo going hosted was after a communication with KnC from August, where I asked them if they'd guarantee my order gets shipped before the end of October as I will not be around to receive shipment after that. Their answer was 'no', so I switched to hosting.

In my books, they have until the end of October to deliver all the October units. October 15th is again an implicit perversion of the "November 15th minus 1 month" assumption.

I am actually glad that they suspended shipping (if they indeed did so), to iron out the problems. A sign of professionalism.

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October 11, 2013, 12:58:01 PM
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I'm thinking of buying 2x 140mm fans and just put them with cables ties on the outside of the case at the rear (exhaust side), so they can help a little bit with removing the hot air.

Thermalright TY 143 look nice and coupled with a fan controller you can run them quiet and slow or noisy and fast.

L152 mm x H140 mm x W26.5 mm
Fan Weight : 170g
Fan Speed : 600 - 2500 rpm (PWM)
Sound Level : 21 - 45 dB(A)
Airflow : 31.4 - 130.0 CFM

Or one can get a more advanced one with a display and thermal probes = monitor the temps inside the case directly Smiley
Hey Cyper, wouldn't it be better to add the souped-up, more powerful fans as the inlet fans and put the existing f14's at the rear to suck out the air? I think it would be more important for temperatures to improve the inflow than the outflow.

That's another option. If I had a miner in my hands I can tell you which one is better as I can measure the temps with my IR thermometer. But I don't.
I can even change the intake as well so they are all equal in performance - front and back.




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October 11, 2013, 01:00:13 PM
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Btw I won and bought these fire alarms and I plan on installing them next to the miner, so I know when the fireworks start: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=310759914707&ssPageName=ADME:L:OC:GB:3160


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October 11, 2013, 01:00:21 PM
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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...


I am actually keeping up, and reading all the whining post can be quite tedious, but I am at it.
What I remember from all the posts, is that the "KnC mines with customer's units" originated from a perversion of a statement "KnC reimbursed hosted day1 customers with mined coins". The first does not equal the second.

Also, if you have been keeping up, you'd know that I reported twice my reason fo going hosted was after a communication with KnC from August, where I asked them if they'd guarantee my order gets shipped before the end of October as I will not be around to receive shipment after that. Their answer was 'no', so I switched to hosting.

In my books, they have until the end of October to deliver all the October units. October 15th is again an implicit perversion of the "November 15th minus 1 month" assumption.

I am actually glad that they suspended shipping (if they indeed did so), to iron out the problems. A sign of professionalism.

i feel your pain but i have been keeping up with news relevant to me, not you.

in my book the end of october is 2 weeks after they were confident they would be finished with shipping, like they said.

claiming to be confident while knowing what you claim is impossible is hardly what i would call professional

and i was not referring to 'KnC reimbursed hosted day1 customers with mined coins'

if i was i wouldnt have said 'AND, why some ppls hosted rigs have been pointed to provide KNCs wallet with coins?' instead of 'KnC reimbursed hosted day1 customers with mined coins'

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October 11, 2013, 01:02:42 PM
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Btw I won and bought these fire alarms and I plan on installing them next to the miner, so I know when the fireworks start: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=310759914707&ssPageName=ADME:L:OC:GB:3160


LOL sounds a good idea
i will need some too
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October 11, 2013, 01:06:04 PM
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So, what to do with a November order. Cancel or keep?
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October 11, 2013, 01:11:59 PM
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AND, why some ppls hosted rigs have been pointed to provide KNCs wallet with coins?Huh

The default address for hosted rigs is a wallet owned by KnC.

If you did not provide a wallet, it would have defaulted to this.

If the machine did a hardreset (I believe) as one of mine did, it defaults back to their wallet.

Nothing is wrong with this other than there is no warning on this hardreset so you do have to keep track of your miners. It's easy enough to change the address in the KnC Mining Portal.
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October 11, 2013, 01:12:33 PM
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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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that's bad as i have a small home
no more place to set up more miner
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Pretty much. And after it fails its hard to get it back on. I need the reset it several times to get it going.  

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October 11, 2013, 01:12:59 PM
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As a special bonus, KNC now shipping free with each Jupiter:


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October 11, 2013, 01:19:07 PM
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except they don't, nor the extra fans, or the fkn paperclip

ALL Requirements!

 Cry

some of these set ups pics are insane!

just to accomplish what the internal fans should be doing as standard....

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October 11, 2013, 01:21:42 PM
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im really pissed off now! day 2 will be week 3 for me. @Bitcoinorama @KnC we need info about shipping! im angry as hell

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