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October 29, 2013, 06:15:29 AM
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Order 64XX  Shipped... ABOUT damn time.  Shocked only 13 days late. Angry Lets see how long it takes to get to me. I paid for one day shipping.

Did you receive an email from DHL?
Mine is supposed to ship today, but nothing.
KNC website still says In Progress  Cry


a lot of people have issues with dhl .I never got contacted by them.i contacted them after 3 days and they told me the next day by luck..also in my state in the Midwest they only have 1 place to pick it up the capital ...if you miss the truck guy (even with note) and they are "contract" drivers ie not DHL .they won't leave the package...according to a nice dhl rep they may feel they could get jam'd up by dhl so won't leave it....better safe then sorry take it back to the capital....

it is pretty rinky dink in the states ....so call this number talk to a rep....you may get a tracking number out of them at this point


phone is 1-800-225 5354 (I think) or check the www.dhl.com site

it took like 4 days to get to me by the by..my box was trashed had to be held together with two hands.but my miner works well..so the soggy box helped imho it was probably "hand carried" rather then tossed from Sweden

anyway just my experience call to play it safe...one other guy on here had no zip code and it was on its way back to Sweden another guy had another issue..so it saved my butt and 2 others so far that 1-800-225-5354 number..if I have the 800 number wrong google it

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Amazing the thing still worked considering all the water you poured from the case....


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October 29, 2013, 06:45:29 AM
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well by looking at tracking its already here in the states. in Ohio. so lets see how long it take to get to me. I also live in an apartment so even if they miss me they will drop it off at the front office. They have done it befor.

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October 29, 2013, 06:46:20 AM
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Amazing the thing still worked considering all the water you poured from the case....

again my theory is that it had its "incident" the shredded the box and filled the asic full of rain water at the beginning of the trip..thus the box was useless as a way to move the miner or the miner would fall out..thus everywhere it went fromm then on it was carried (two handed) to get from A to B along the way...imho the boxes are so light that the ones that arrived in good shape box wise we're likely being tossed about like Frisbees

anyway only reason imho my unit works so well....box was soggy and shredded had to be carried..

i am however a big fan of the large aluminum case they used...(although getting your miner out of the box and watching the 1/2 glass or more of rain water pour out is not a happy time)

anyway my box when it arrived...ack!


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by the by should I take the jump and go to .98 here in the future can you go directly from .95 to .98?

figure if there is a new version of author supported cgminer and such should probably close eyes and take the plunge

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October 29, 2013, 06:55:26 AM
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Jesus, don't ask about firmware just try .98 everyone got different issue after update but you should be able go back to .95
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October 29, 2013, 07:36:01 AM
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Straight to 0.98...from any version will work
 I'm up late hoping I can flash them before bed... lol


BTW..tried various temp ranges on all 3 sats...
I tried from 40C to 90C, on every board by making
cardboard air baffles for the front of the fan intakes,
and watching the gui & cgminer bith for optimum numbers.
the 2 "slow" boards come up to par around 70C
and the "Sweetspot" for all is around 72, although
I have one that seems to reach same at 65.
all 3 sats are running at 283 average, providing
 I maintain these temps.
There is some of the "Dwindledown" they spoke of,
across the board... but all 3 sats together drop about
20-25...7 or 8 gh each over a 12 hour period.
So, i just reboot about every 12 hours, lol
thats why Im hoping to get my grubby paws on 0.98!


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October 29, 2013, 07:48:17 AM
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Straight to 0.98...from any version will work
 I'm up late hoping I can flash them before bed... lol

lol same here.  trigger finger getting itchy to pull onto ppc on a solorun for a few weeks.

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^^ All my ASICs have been mining PPC.. by the end of the year I should bring a couple TH/s to that network.

how has that been working for you?  I was thinking about solo mining ppc with my block erupters setup

No different than mining BTC. Just mine it when it's more profitable. Wink I mined a little PPC against Coinotron (https://coinotron.com/coinotron/) yesterday from the hosted setup to test it. Worked fine. However, PPC is slightly less profitable than BTC at the moment,
As for BEs, they are set-up in my unattended front-end (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149442.0), which uses data from Coinchoose to switch to the most profitable coin at any given time

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After ~25 hours on that last binary I posted.

Code:
[ASC0] =>
(
   [ASC] => 0
   [Name] => KnC
   [ID] => 0
   [Enabled] => Y
   [Status] => Alive
   [Temperature] => 0.00
   [MHS av] => 271396.37
   [MHS 5s] => 282646.30
   [Accepted] => 29720
   [Rejected] => 80
   [Hardware Errors] => 104399
   [Utility] => 19.81
   [Last Share Pool] => 0
   [Last Share Time] => 1383040598
   [Total MH] => 24432445449.3012
   [Diff1 Work] => 5688630
   [Difficulty Accepted] => 5640976.00000000
   [Difficulty Rejected] => 14941.00000000
   [Last Share Difficulty] => 194.00000000
   [Last Valid Work] => 1383040600
   [Device Hardware%] => 1.8021
   [Device Rejected%] => 0.2626
   [Device Elapsed] => 90025
)

Going to go tinker some more now so I'll have to stop the binary but figured I should post an update. My HW errors remained much lower while hashrate remained solid. Having discussed with hno (the primary dev on the original driver code), we may revise the hashrate meter further.

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After ~25 hours on that last binary I posted.


Going to go tinker some more now so I'll have to stop the binary but figured I should post an update. My HW errors remained much lower while hashrate remained solid. Having discussed with hno (the primary dev on the original driver code), we may revise the hashrate meter further.

Thank you for your time on this all of us on the forum appreciate your efforts..and as a non-coder I find the process fascinating...keep up the good work.....again thanks a lot.

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October 29, 2013, 10:19:27 AM
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^^ All my ASICs have been mining PPC.. by the end of the year I should bring a couple TH/s to that network.

how has that been working for you?  I was thinking about solo mining ppc with my block erupters setup

No different than mining BTC. Just mine it when it's more profitable. Wink I mined a little PPC against Coinotron (https://coinotron.com/coinotron/) yesterday from the hosted setup to test it. Worked fine. However, PPC is slightly less profitable than BTC at the moment,
As for BEs, they are set-up in my unattended front-end (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=149442.0), which uses data from Coinchoose to switch to the most profitable coin at any given time

I'm weary of something utilizing an aggregator because its pulling data based off of small blip or activity in buy or sell orders....convince me otherwise and maybe I'll check it out

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October 29, 2013, 10:34:42 AM
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Look at "Average profitability past 7 days" column. That's more accurate overall. Still my observation is that profitability of PPC is slightly higher after BTC diff increase, but then it corrects itself, ether though more miners switching to PPC or PPC price going down, or both.

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October 29, 2013, 10:36:00 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

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October 29, 2013, 10:37:17 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

just install the latest update and be sweet.)
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October 29, 2013, 10:51:50 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

just install the latest update and be sweet.)

Yeah, I figured all would be included.

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October 29, 2013, 11:09:59 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

just install the latest update and be sweet.)

Yeah, I figured all would be included.

Another silly question, what's the blue flashing light inside the case? It wasn't flashing when I first booted it for a while but now it's flashing constantly it seems?

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October 29, 2013, 11:17:53 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

0.96 (asic_test) and 0.97 has degraded performance for many people

Just look at the posts from people with KnC hosted jupiters who report a 150GH/s hash rate fall when 0.97 was released.

If your in hand unit iss working well, there is not compelling reason to switch to 0.96/7 if it is on 0.95
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October 29, 2013, 11:21:03 AM
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a lot of people have issues with dhl .I never got contacted by them.i contacted them after 3 days and they told me the next day by luck..also in my state in the Midwest they only have 1 place to pick it up the capital ...if you miss the truck guy (even with note) and they are "contract" drivers ie not DHL .they won't leave the package...according to a nice dhl rep they may feel they could get jam'd up by dhl so won't leave it....better safe then sorry take it back to the capital....

it is pretty rinky dink in the states ....so call this number talk to a rep....you may get a tracking number out of them at this point


phone is 1-800-225 5354 (I think) or check the www.dhl.com site

it took like 4 days to get to me by the by..my box was trashed had to be held together with two hands.but my miner works well..so the soggy box helped imho it was probably "hand carried" rather then tossed from Sweden

anyway just my experience call to play it safe...one other guy on here had no zip code and it was on its way back to Sweden another guy had another issue..so it saved my butt and 2 others so far that 1-800-225-5354 number..if I have the 800 number wrong google it

good luck

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Just spoke to Anna. Apparently my miner left yesterday, but she couldn't find my tracking numbers, so she told me she will call DHL to find them and then send me an email.
Nervously waiting.

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October 29, 2013, 11:21:12 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

just install the latest update and be sweet.)

Yeah, I figured all would be included.

Another silly question, what's the blue flashing light inside the case? It wasn't flashing when I first booted it for a while but now it's flashing constantly it seems?

Beaglebone Black LEDs.) http://learn.adafruit.com/blinking-an-led-with-beaglebone-black/
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October 29, 2013, 11:28:02 AM
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Dumb question. Do I need to install all firmware updates in order, or can I just install the latest update and be sweet?

Thanks,

Received my Miner Mercury today, all going well so far.

0.96 (asic_test) and 0.97 has degraded performance for many people

Just look at the posts from people with KnC hosted jupiters who report a 150GH/s hash rate fall when 0.97 was released.

If your in hand unit iss working well, there is not compelling reason to switch to 0.96/7 if it is on 0.95

Well I just upgraded firmware and it's falling from 70g to 50g, not happy. I can't find Firmware 95 to re-instate it. I'll keep looking.

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