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November 11, 2013, 08:04:54 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.

What if RMA's are needed in the future?  SOL?
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November 11, 2013, 08:05:46 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



hey orama, they say 950 per unit, do you know if it will be a floating btc value tomorrow or a set amount? I'm just trying to accumulate what i need right now...
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November 11, 2013, 08:05:48 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



I truly hope you are keeping 4 modules in stock for mine as I'm sending them some time in the near future.

And I determined with certainty that in fact the problem is in the software and not hardware, yet my only option is RMA.

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November 11, 2013, 08:06:15 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

So we're looking at another 2-3 PH/s?  That's not actually that bad..

I would say maybe a max of 3 to 4 PH/s (KNC is closer to 3 PH/s and everyone else combined drops a 1 PH/s).  Unless someone has a surprise waiting ....
CT and HF are not shipping until Dec.  HF first Batch is "small" looking like 0.5 PH/s (funny how half a PH/s is now small).  Cointerra is looking like 2 PH/s and HF second batch (and upgrades) is another 2 PH/s so Dec could either be light (0.5 PH/s or heavy >4.5 PH/s).

You can start penciling in what you think 2013 is going to end.

D&T,

don't forget bitmine.ch which should have some serious hashing at 2TH/s per unit starting delivering around december

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November 11, 2013, 08:06:19 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.

What if RMA's are needed in the future?  SOL?

There is a float there as well solely for RMA, that won't be sold.

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November 11, 2013, 08:06:35 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



Any idea when they start shipping batch#2??
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November 11, 2013, 08:07:19 PM
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November 11, 2013, 08:07:27 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



I truly hope you are keeping 4 modules in stock for mine as I'm sending them some time in the near future.

And I determined with certainty that in fact the problem is in the software and not hardware, yet my only option is RMA.

Cyper there are four modules for you as I said, but you're dicking around not sending them! Wink

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November 11, 2013, 08:08:09 PM
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Grin Did someone say "Upgrade"?  Grin Grin Grin

yes!! phoenix can you sell me BTC?! i don't have nearly enough for 3 modules....
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November 11, 2013, 08:09:27 PM
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hey orama, they say 950 per unit, do you know if it will be a floating btc value tomorrow or a set amount? I'm just trying to accumulate what i need right now...

Huh  They use Bitpay - It will be based on w/e the btc/usd exchange rate is at the time of purchase.
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November 11, 2013, 08:11:02 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



Any idea when they start shipping batch#2??

As planned, nothing's changed in the timeline as far as I'm personally aware, around mid-Nov, which is almost here, the facility will start production again, with everything set for a Nov delivery. I'm not stupid enough to make any promises myself as I cannot be arsed with dealing with the flack again, and I never made any last time! Wink

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November 11, 2013, 08:11:24 PM
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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



I truly hope you are keeping 4 modules in stock for mine as I'm sending them some time in the near future.

And I determined with certainty that in fact the problem is in the software and not hardware, yet my only option is RMA.

Cyper there are four modules for you as I said, but you're dicking around not sending them! Wink

I just fixed one by attaching it to my fully working Jupiter. Imagine my surprise.
KNC should hire me as an engineer, because I managed to fix it, while they are still chasing ghosts.

Now you should better understand my reluctance to send them:


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November 11, 2013, 08:12:33 PM
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hey orama, they say 950 per unit, do you know if it will be a floating btc value tomorrow or a set amount? I'm just trying to accumulate what i need right now...

Huh  They use Bitpay - It will be based on w/e the btc/usd exchange rate is at the time of purchase.


yeah thats what i figured....thanks!
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I just fixed one by attaching it to my fully working Jupiter. Imagine my surprise.
KNC should hire me as an engineer, because I managed to fix it, while they are still chasing ghosts.

Now you should better understand my reluctance to send them:


Cool, don't send that one. Wink

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I just fixed one by attaching it to my fully working Jupiter. Imagine my surprise.
KNC should hire me as an engineer, because I managed to fix it, while they are still chasing ghosts.

Now you should better understand my reluctance to send them:


Cool, don't send that one. Wink

I can't close the lid, because of the cable  Grin
It is a very unsafe environment.

My point was: it can be fixed by firmware, because it is now obvious that each board likes different firmware.
If only they could do something different than asking to RMA.

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yes!! phoenix can you sell me BTC?! i don't have nearly enough for 3 modules....

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limit of 200 upgrade units. so is this 28TH total? is my math right if each unot is 140 Gh/s ?
28 Th/s would be a drop in a bucket...

Agreed.  The Nov preorders will be two orders of magnitude more.  It is likely the "left overs".  They ordered so many hosts, cases, etc, used their inventory of parts to build the Sept/Oct/Nov orders and they came up with 200 extra boards.  Sell off the lot.  Why not? The value of ASICs goes down over time.  Why wait for the next batch just sell them off for less?

It was always the case of what volume of RMAs would occur once shipping commenced being an unknown. Also if there was to be any yield issue beyond firmware, so there was in essence a float of modules kept.

Now that's complete, the surpless can be sold as the promised upgrades, and priced fairly.



Any idea when they start shipping batch#2??

As planned, nothing's changed in the timeline as far as I'm personally aware, around mid-Nov, which is almost here, the facility will start production again, with everything set for a Nov delivery. I'm not stupid enough to make any promises myself as I cannot be arsed with dealing with the flack again, and I never made any last time! Wink

Hehe! No Flack here. In fact i tipped you some. Wink

In contrast to end of september we have zero talk here in terms of chips, pcbs and so on. And so i am curious if the mid-november still stands, cause "November shipping" could mean 30. November as well.
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November 11, 2013, 08:18:36 PM
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o'rama,

Talk knc into using fiat for modules plz.
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November 11, 2013, 08:19:42 PM
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o'rama,

Talk knc into using fiat for modules plz.

+1 lol
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November 11, 2013, 08:30:42 PM
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Regarding:
   running out of RAM
   SSH stops working
   Web interface stops working
   Miner reboots
   Miner stops hashing


The workaround I use is
DO NOT LEAVE THE MINER WEB PAGE ON STATUS
just click on another tab unless you are gonna read the info.

It is the constant status refresh on my machines that gobble up RAM.

YMMV

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