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November 04, 2013, 03:32:03 AM
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keep trying to up your game mouthpiece, your diversionary tactics don't go un-noticed. Nor your stalking..

now you are 'we' ?

Pray for you to give it a rest like you said you would, about 4 times.


 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked

Yeah! 'We' be stalking you. We're just the mouthpiece for the voices in your head. You are our reason of existence in this forum. Everything else was just a diversion. You got us uncovered now. All this buying a Jupiter and posting here and there... a FARCE!

Guess precious little packages like these come with all the features don't they! Holy *&^! I thought you were just a little over-sensitive brat! lol! Did I say holy crap yet?  Shocked

And now I have to defend both what I say and what the imaginary person you think I am says. I never thought I would meet such a precious little character like you, not even online. You were definitely the cherry on top of the cake of this weekend's trolling (quite a fruitcake it turned out to be).  

Ignored for a while for me not to fall to the temptation of replying again, for the sake of the poor thread, even though it would actually be pretty funny to follow you.*




* But deep down you know me saying ignored is just a "diversionary tactic" right? So post away. "We" will keep tracking you down!


Bizarrely mine did the same thing...



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November 04, 2013, 04:22:22 AM
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you dont 'have to' do anything.

you make your own choices like the rest of us;)

btw - 'thought so'
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November 04, 2013, 05:00:07 AM
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Not to poke a lion... but I personally Mine for fun, in hopes of a profit... Smiley

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November 04, 2013, 06:25:28 AM
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me 3.

Actually I mine because I want to sell bitcoins for a lot of money.  If that happens, mining will become "fun" as well.  I really don't think too much about supporting the network or contributing to blah blah and etc.

Augusto Croppo - Your name is pretty badass... like some kind of a super assassin from a gangsta movie.  Also, do you have an addiction to arguing?
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November 04, 2013, 08:16:47 AM
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Okay... update...

After two hours of messing about... I got the board that needs to be hot at a stable 73c, but it now shows 'FAULT' on one of the VRMs.
Even with the fault, the miner is showing 260GH/s average on CGMINER and 244GH/s on the pools side, both of which are slowly climbing. My 5s averages at around 271gh/s - 302gh/s.
I'm much happier with the speed now, but worried about that 'FAULT' on one of the VRMs.

What do you guys think?

Also, my Device Rejected rate and Pool Rejected rate has shot up from around 0.27% to now over 5%.




EDIT: Thanks Searing for the suggestion, but that is the first thing I did when I got my Miner. Keeping the temp cool isn't my problem. My problem was to actually heat it up. My miner normally ran at around 45c on one board, ad 48c on the other board. Now I have them at 65.5c on one board, and 73.5c on the other board. Never seen it run better then now. Just hoping to keep that stable.

Same here with "Fault 4" with a VRM. Tha asic went very well up to 0 Cores OFF and about 75°C....but since 3 days...this vrm pulls more and more amps as much more i have more temps. now the asic can run only about 65 °C because the vrm at max 50.2 AMP...over that temps tha VRM pushes more and it get the message in red "fault 4"

P.S. i had VRMS in a Saturn that worked with 58,8 AMPS very well.


What does the "Fault 4" state exactly mean?
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November 04, 2013, 09:39:28 AM
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me 3.

Actually I mine because I want to sell bitcoins for a lot of money.  If that happens, mining will become "fun" as well.  I really don't think too much about supporting the network or contributing to blah blah and etc.

Augusto Croppo - Your name is pretty badass... like some kind of a super assassin from a gangsta movie.  Also, do you have an addiction to arguing?

In Italy we would politely ask why he's always behaving like he got something painful stuck up in his ass.

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November 04, 2013, 10:02:45 AM
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Because using the RMA system makes no sense from a financial point of view. You will make more BTC mining with 420GH/s now, than send the miner back in order to mine presumably with 550GH/s in 5-7 days.
I was given an RMA number on 31st and the next day Bitcoinorama was kind enough to give me the 0.98.1 Beta, which healed one of my Jupiters completely, which just shows that there is lack of communication internally between the different departments. While suggest a RMA, when there is a chance for a software fix?
Currently I am 99% convinced that my other Jupiter will be healed too, which makes me wonder why people decide to send boards back. That makes no sense.


You can send only the faulty board, not the whole system, but if your calculations show you that then you are free to do as you think it's better for you.

@DimensionsOfHell Tried calling them?

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November 04, 2013, 10:14:02 AM
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Because using the RMA system makes no sense from a financial point of view. You will make more BTC mining with 420GH/s now, than send the miner back in order to mine presumably with 550GH/s in 5-7 days.
I was given an RMA number on 31st and the next day Bitcoinorama was kind enough to give me the 0.98.1 Beta, which healed one of my Jupiters completely, which just shows that there is lack of communication internally between the different departments. While suggest a RMA, when there is a chance for a software fix?
Currently I am 99% convinced that my other Jupiter will be healed too, which makes me wonder why people decide to send boards back. That makes no sense.


You can send only the faulty board, not the whole system, but if your calculations show you that then you are free to do as you think it's better for you.

@DimensionsOfHell Tried calling them?


I'm sure that if they had put in place something along this line:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320049.0

more customers would had asked for RMA.

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November 04, 2013, 10:42:46 AM
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It seems no one is interested in external binaries any more, but just in case they are, here is a binary for the knc devices based off the latest cgminer 3.7.0 code. There are no performance advantages for knc devices but there are networking and work scheduling fixes for people that have had issues (eg difficulty connecting to eligius or system stopping work entirely). As per previously, you'll have to ssh into and copy the binary to your device to run it.
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer

Primary developer/maintainer for cgminer and ckpool/ckproxy.
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November 04, 2013, 10:45:29 AM
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It seems no one is interested in external binaries any more, but just in case they are, here is a binary for the knc devices based off the latest cgminer 3.7.0 code. There are no performance advantages for knc devices but there are networking and work scheduling fixes for people that have had issues (eg difficulty connecting to eligius or system stopping work entirely). As per previously, you'll have to ssh into and copy the binary to your device to run it.
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer


I think people are still interested and appreciate the work you do.

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November 04, 2013, 10:51:15 AM
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It seems no one is interested in external binaries any more, but just in case they are, here is a binary for the knc devices based off the latest cgminer 3.7.0 code. There are no performance advantages for knc devices but there are networking and work scheduling fixes for people that have had issues (eg difficulty connecting to eligius or system stopping work entirely). As per previously, you'll have to ssh into and copy the binary to your device to run it.
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer


I think people are still interested and appreciate the work you do.

+1

and I think that this change (quoted from the NEWS file):


  Make calls to flush queue and flush work asynchronous wrt to the main work loops.


would be beneficial for KnC miners HW, no ?


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November 04, 2013, 10:59:54 AM
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It seems no one is interested in external binaries any more, but just in case they are, here is a binary for the knc devices based off the latest cgminer 3.7.0 code. There are no performance advantages for knc devices but there are networking and work scheduling fixes for people that have had issues (eg difficulty connecting to eligius or system stopping work entirely). As per previously, you'll have to ssh into and copy the binary to your device to run it.
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer


There are still many who thank you for continuing to develop cgminer. Smiley
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November 04, 2013, 11:02:42 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-61
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November 04, 2013, 11:33:35 AM
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It seems no one is interested in external binaries any more, but just in case they are, here is a binary for the knc devices based off the latest cgminer 3.7.0 code. There are no performance advantages for knc devices but there are networking and work scheduling fixes for people that have had issues (eg difficulty connecting to eligius or system stopping work entirely). As per previously, you'll have to ssh into and copy the binary to your device to run it.
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer


We are all interested in new improved builds, and hope that KnC keeps up with the newest version.

Thank you
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November 04, 2013, 12:44:25 PM
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Not to poke a lion... but I personally Mine for fun, in hopes of a profit... Smiley

That is great, I think this is quite reasonable expectation.

er I have to admit when BFL said it was gonna ship on time it was for "PROFIT" when the stuff just basically never arrived..(ie did the force convert to monarch out of desperation...brick now or brick later prob don't matter $$ gone)

well..because KNC took cc order with PayPal (which dummy that I am I did not do with bfl) I took a chance...and they came thru ..or at least close enough for my NEW in DENIAL viewpoint

er ..its just a  HOBBY

(denial...just another way to get thru the day)

Searing

OK, there is no problem to look for alternative ways for income and being duped  by a business like BFL. It happens with everyone at some point in life. There is nothing wrong with "mine" for profit or for fun.

What is wrong is people like feedbackloop trying to advocate that the Bitcoin network is some sort of "promising sound currency" which should not be trade for "exponentially-printed-to-oblivion/give-inflation-to-bankers-enslave-everyone-else/no-control-over-your-money corrupt currency". This kind of people seen to ignore the fact that Bitcoin is not a currency and never was mean to be. It is just a network protocol which allows people to transfer monetary value without the need of a central authority to validate the transactions. It is not like dollar notes or gold coins which can be kept by a collector, it is just some digits heavily encrypted. If it is not used to send or receive monetary value, have no value whatsoever.
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November 04, 2013, 12:50:19 PM
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me 3.

Actually I mine because I want to sell bitcoins for a lot of money.  If that happens, mining will become "fun" as well.  I really don't think too much about supporting the network or contributing to blah blah and etc.

Augusto Croppo - Your name is pretty badass... like some kind of a super assassin from a gangsta movie.  Also, do you have an addiction to arguing?

 Cheesy

First time in my life I read a comment like that about my name!

No, no addiction to arguing, but I must say that I am very critical when I participate in discussions or I express my opinion.
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November 04, 2013, 12:56:28 PM
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Nice way to squeeze Feedbackloop there for a well timed cheap shot dipshit!

Feedbackloop has barely been posting stats.

Speaking about himself in third person....

 Grin

Ah ah ah.

You made my day. Do you want a tip for the fun you provided?
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November 04, 2013, 01:06:12 PM
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Okay... update...

After two hours of messing about... I got the board that needs to be hot at a stable 73c, but it now shows 'FAULT' on one of the VRMs.
Even with the fault, the miner is showing 260GH/s average on CGMINER and 244GH/s on the pools side, both of which are slowly climbing. My 5s averages at around 271gh/s - 302gh/s.
I'm much happier with the speed now, but worried about that 'FAULT' on one of the VRMs.

What do you guys think?

Also, my Device Rejected rate and Pool Rejected rate has shot up from around 0.27% to now over 5%.

http://i.imgur.com/kYxaZxSl.jpg


EDIT: Thanks Searing for the suggestion, but that is the first thing I did when I got my Miner. Keeping the temp cool isn't my problem. My problem was to actually heat it up. My miner normally ran at around 45c on one board, ad 48c on the other board. Now I have them at 65.5c on one board, and 73.5c on the other board. Never seen it run better then now. Just hoping to keep that stable.

Same here with "Fault 4" with a VRM. Tha asic went very well up to 0 Cores OFF and about 75°C....but since 3 days...this vrm pulls more and more amps as much more i have more temps. now the asic can run only about 65 °C because the vrm at max 50.2 AMP...over that temps tha VRM pushes more and it get the message in red "fault 4"

P.S. i had VRMS in a Saturn that worked with 58,8 AMPS very well.


What does the "Fault 4" state exactly mean?

If you see my post in the previous page with the datasheet (page 20, bit 4) maybe you'll agree that fault 4 just means "too much current detected" by the VRM.


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November 04, 2013, 01:13:42 PM
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What could be better than getting up @ 3am to see how much you made during the night?
I love this shizzle!
Gox @ 227, XBT @ 212....  
Just reached 50% return, day 19
But according to Croppo, they aren't worth a dime.....
I better just give up then....
Hahahahahaha


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November 04, 2013, 01:41:58 PM
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What could be better than getting up @ 3am to see how much you made during the night?
I love this shizzle!
Gox @ 227, XBT @ 212....  
Just reached 50% return, day 19
But according to Croppo, they aren't worth a dime.....
I better just give up then....
Hahahahahaha

Can I hate you now? :p

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