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October 12, 2013, 09:38:09 AM
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I do resets according manual

How do you read a manual?

https://www.kncminer.com/userfiles/file/manual.pdf
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October 12, 2013, 09:42:37 AM
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HARD RESET
The miner is equipped with a hard reset button. This is located next to the power
input on the controller board. To perform a hard reset on the miner you must
press the button 5 times consecutively
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wait 5 seconds
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press the button a
further 5 times
. Please note that the miner will not restart
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October 12, 2013, 09:52:00 AM
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i do that but nothing happen
when hard reset

i must see any light???
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October 12, 2013, 09:53:07 AM
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I just ordered a replacement intake fan, I think it should do the trick.


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October 12, 2013, 09:56:44 AM
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After apply 0.95 update and hit reboot button at the end, my Jupiter become unreachable. I`ve trying to reboots, resets everything and nothing help(I unplug all PCI-e before doing this). Still no answer from CS they dont even pick up the phone.
you were never instructed to unplug the pci plugs before resetting...thats why its not working...  lol... it's supposed to be done with the power ON
I just hope you didnt unplug the pci plugs with the unit on, you could easily fry a cap


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October 12, 2013, 10:01:12 AM
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Welp! I just posted my Unboxing and First Look video. I also made a post, but I thought it would be good to post it here too! Review coming soon!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkZfXzsHWTo

P.S. It cam with a fan knocked off, but other than that, it's fine. Hashing at a stable 530 Gh/s on firmware 0.95. Enjoy the video!

Well done to (I'm guessing) our youngest Jupiter owner!

Fan knocked off and front intake fan dead, but good to see you got it up and running  Smiley

Nice work goosoodude.

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October 12, 2013, 10:13:01 AM
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However, the Corsair HX series appears to be made by Channel Well rather than Seasonic, so it is totally different, I think.

http://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/psu_manufacturers

I can't speak to the performance of the entire HX series, but my HX1000 has been running pretty much 24/7 on my main computer (the one I'm typing on right now), and ran 3X7970's for the last ? however long since they first came out until I shut them down when I got my avalon, but I still got one 7970 in there for games and litecoin, and the PSU is still kicking ass.

Also, more than once, I had a pile-up of laundry or other debris blocking the exhaust of the PSU (I have a case where the PSU is on the bottom) and it got very hot, it ran pretty hot mostly all the time, but when the exhaust would get blocked it was totally roasting, and still, not one hiccup or complaint.

of course, your mileage may vary, and I am very impressed with the efficiency of the Seasonic 1000 platinum, the thing barely gets warm, but I haven't nearly put it through the kind of torture that old HX1000's been through..


the only thing I worry about (and the main reason I chose the seasonic) is that the HX1000 is not a single-rail design, and I wonder if some of the problems we've seen aren't due to imbalanced loading on a multi-rail device??? But I'm not an engineer, I just played one in university. Wink


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October 12, 2013, 10:23:32 AM
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Am i the only one around here who shit themselves when rebooting and that ultra white LED comes on.....every time the dam thing nearly gives me a heart attack!
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October 12, 2013, 10:24:17 AM
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Am i the only one around here who shit themselves when rebooting and that ultra white LED comes on.....every time the dam thing nearly gives me a heart attack!

No it got me the first time too Smiley



Then I paused and noticed no magic smoke.

All is good.
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October 12, 2013, 10:35:21 AM
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i called knc yesterday asking why there is no payout for my knc hosted jupiters. the said they are all running very bad, none over 100 Gh/s. this morning i changed to eligius to check how the are doing:

average of 536 Gh/s . someone must have been busy there.  Smiley

eligius started paying out after 90 min. why didn´t kncpool ever ? did anyone of the knc hosted customers get regular payout, or -like in my case - compensation only ?
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October 12, 2013, 10:37:57 AM
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i called knc yesterday asking why there is no payout for my knc hosted jupiters. the said they are all running very bad, none over 100 Gh/s. this morning i changed to eligius to check how the are doing:

average of 536 Gh/s . someone must have been busy there.  Smiley

eligius started paying out after 90 min. why didn´t kncpool ever ? did anyone of the knc hosted customers get regular payout, or -like in my case - compensation only ?

That is great news. Hopefully they have the firmware thing under control. And perhaps the PS "issue" as well...

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October 12, 2013, 11:15:57 AM
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Yeah the knc pool so far is pretty bad. No stats no nothing. No pay-outs also (well none for me).

Better to change pool like Eligius or something else with actual stats and.... pay-outs Cheesy

I'd rather stick to the pools that actually know what they're doing.

KNC are still new in the pool game. It would've been a miracle if they actually had a pool up and running completely fault free/feature complete on their first attempt.
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October 12, 2013, 12:41:13 PM
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There is just one simple conclusion on this HF vs KNC vs (include any ASIC producer here) debate: we, the buyers put and (most likely) will continue to put nice wealth into the bank accounts of those companies. The rest of the debate is pointless from a financial point of view Smiley

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October 12, 2013, 01:03:06 PM
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hey most of us here I think hope it all works out with hashfast..but I too think you will get a visit from "Murphy" don't ya know....(hey I lost money to bfl and put money into knc...only so much $$$ I can throw at this stuff) ...anyway hope hashfast follows thru at a high level .....the more that get their crap together customer service/output on time wise the better...I swear if there are too many more BFL's out there..we will all run to Litecoin...more noise...more $$ from gpu stuff but heck of a lot less drama imho...

Careful what you wish for. If hashfast delivers on spec, in time and in volume, the impact on difficulty will make it about as painful as getting BFL'ed. Thats the whole point with these preorder asic miners, either you get screwed because the vendors do deliver, or you get screwed because they dont. The simple reality is that the money already plunged on preorders in all likely hood exceeds total mining revenue for the next 6 months.  The only way to have any hope of breaking even is buying from a company that does deliver, while the rest doesnt.

I have not bought any asic, nor do I intend to, but if I were a KnC customer, I would sure wish for HF's chip to come out with a major unfixable flaw in its design.
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October 12, 2013, 01:50:23 PM
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hey most of us here I think hope it all works out with hashfast..but I too think you will get a visit from "Murphy" don't ya know....(hey I lost money to bfl and put money into knc...only so much $$$ I can throw at this stuff) ...anyway hope hashfast follows thru at a high level .....the more that get their crap together customer service/output on time wise the better...I swear if there are too many more BFL's out there..we will all run to Litecoin...more noise...more $$ from gpu stuff but heck of a lot less drama imho...

Careful what you wish for. If hashfast delivers on spec, in time and in volume, the impact on difficulty will make it about as painful as getting BFL'ed. Thats the whole point with these preorder asic miners, either you get screwed because the vendors do deliver, or you get screwed because they dont. The simple reality is that the money already plunged on preorders in all likely hood exceeds total mining revenue for the next 6 months.  The only way to have any hope of breaking even is buying from a company that does deliver, while the rest doesnt.

I have not bought any asic, nor do I intend to, but if I were a KnC customer, I would sure wish for HF's chip to come out with a major unfixable flaw in its design.

So, in your opinion the money "plunged" into preorders exceeds 127 million usd? Are you stupid or did you not do the math before posting that?

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October 12, 2013, 02:01:13 PM
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So, in your opinion the money "plunged" into preorders exceeds 127 million usd? Are you stupid or did you not do the math before posting that?

BFL was estimated to have 3PH worth of preorders with their 65nm products. Using the cheapest option, that amounts to $135M
So yeah, IMO the total is likely higher than $127M especially since  I doubt BFL has been a big recipient of preorders lately.
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October 12, 2013, 02:14:56 PM
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Hi all,

I've enhanced KnCMiner's web-interface, so you can add more than one pool now.  Wink
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=309739.0

enjoy!

*btw: maybe someone is so kindly to post this link in the knc-forum, please ?
          not all customers read this thread and I do not have an account there

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October 12, 2013, 02:18:52 PM
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So, in your opinion the money "plunged" into preorders exceeds 127 million usd? Are you stupid or did you not do the math before posting that?

BFL was estimated to have 3PH worth of preorders with their 65nm products. Using the cheapest option, that amounts to $135M
So yeah, IMO the total is likely higher than $127M especially since  I doubt BFL has been a big recipient of preorders lately.
Again, Bullshit. http://bfl.ptz.ro/  Even if you triple that number you have only 30 million. and you need to remember that even if, after all those who refunded got their money back, the rest ships, those are peanuts hashing wise.

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October 12, 2013, 02:26:46 PM
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There is just one simple conclusion on this HF vs KNC vs (include any ASIC producer here) debate: we, the buyers put and (most likely) will continue to put nice wealth into the bank accounts of those companies. The rest of the debate is pointless from a financial point of view Smiley

When I see that photo of all the main players in ASIC companies posing together, this is what I really see.

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October 12, 2013, 02:29:53 PM
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So, in your opinion the money "plunged" into preorders exceeds 127 million usd? Are you stupid or did you not do the math before posting that?

BFL was estimated to have 3PH worth of preorders with their 65nm products. Using the cheapest option, that amounts to $135M
So yeah, IMO the total is likely higher than $127M especially since  I doubt BFL has been a big recipient of preorders lately.
Again, Bullshit. http://bfl.ptz.ro/  Even if you triple that number you have only 30 million. and you need to remember that even if, after all those who refunded got their money back, the rest ships, those are peanuts hashing wise.


And you think  more than a tiny fraction of BFL customers reported their orders to that site? Dont make me laugh. Most people never heard of it. If anything Im shocked so many did report it.

This is what I used for my 3PH estimate:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=283820.0

Oh and that $300K in refunds changes exactly nothing.

But you can look at it in different ways too, like by valuation of the asic vendors. Asicminer is hardly a major player anymore, but its still valued at $40M. Cointerra value themselves at $20M (pre IPO, Im sure investors would pay much more for it).  Combined they form only a small fraction of the miner market these days, with Bitfury, BFL, KnC and HF likely being the biggest ones right now.

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