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November 13, 2013, 04:19:22 PM
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Actually its 100 Gh for $950 that has proven todo in general 140 Gh average
 

Yeah it's just the hash unit pretty much, and if it's like the ones I have now, 140-146 on average.

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November 13, 2013, 04:24:00 PM
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Has shipping started yet?
They clearly stated in the email having 200 units laying around, ready to be shipped!
Anybody got any emails from UPS with tracking #?
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November 13, 2013, 04:36:06 PM
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is their customer support still reachable via phone? got a scandinavian voice from tape which I did not understand quite well. is this a international company and where can I read the business hours of the company?

thank you!


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Our second wave of shipment has sold out faster than we expected. We had aimed to sell from stock. However, due to the recent BTC price activity we sold.

what does this mean??

From 9am yes, from 6/7am, dependant on when you rang earlier, no.

It's CET time here, 6 hours ahead of New York (EST), and 1 hour ahead of London (GMT).

Cust Serv are allowed to sleep. They are also allowed weekends off. The rest of us, not so lucky, although I suffer from insomnia.

What the above means is media hype in the press caused a shit load of attention despite the fact we weren't trying with Adwords and some new peeps found out about mining, coupled with those that were set on waiting the pre-order game until a proven product existed. They ordered, stock sold.

Try the weather channel, on low in the background.



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November 13, 2013, 04:37:20 PM
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hmm, waking up to another price increase is nice.
hey you'll probably make more profit than us miners.. feel better now that you bought those bitcoins what.. less than 24 hours ago and you've already made a cool profit.

hang on to them, here in Australia bitcoins are getting some pace.. probably better to say it's going VIRAL.

lol, so true man. yeah gonna put them in storage for a year and see what happens
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November 13, 2013, 04:48:45 PM
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So what's the point? Somebody at KNC needs to take a long hard look at their logistics and support -- and fix it.

Etc etc.

Overall though, isn't that what Amazon etc are for? Just churn out the superior units and ship them by the containerload to someone that does all that etc etc etc stuff from their worldwide network of fulfillment centres?

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That's one way of looking at it -- and indeed your opinion is correct -- in my assessment.

However, this is still a specialty machine, and to use Amazon which is a distribution net you would have to determine the sales projections by region.

Currently I think they are best off to remain centralized and fix their problems.

Using Amazon they would also face "stale inventory" issues and could not fix problems in units that are near the shipping stage -- like I am sure they can now.

There are too many advantages to staying centralized for now. Think about it and the issues may become apparent -- most are related to the speed of change in the "industry" (such as it is.


Oh sorry I wasn't thinking of course of the Amazon option whereby Amazon merely does fullfillment for a seller! Sorry! I was thinking an older version of Amazon, where the stale inventory problem would be their problem not the manufacturer's! If you don't want to be stuck with stale inventory don't order more container-loads than you can sell! Wink

But yeah its not mass-market enough yet for that, of course currently Amazon would insist on doing the "we just fullfill for you" model instead of "we wanna buy containerloads of your hot gadget because we can sell it like hot cakes" model. Maybe if all goes well when the next generation comes out Amazon, NewEgg, The Source, heck everyone even slightly more slanted toward electronics/gadgets than Walmart/Kmart will be banging down their doors to pre-order containerloads of this hottest new gadget in years, that prints the newfangled $15,000+ per coin internet money known as bitcoin... Cheesy

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November 13, 2013, 05:00:20 PM
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So what's the point? Somebody at KNC needs to take a long hard look at their logistics and support -- and fix it.

Etc etc.

Overall though, isn't that what Amazon etc are for? Just churn out the superior units and ship them by the containerload to someone that does all that etc etc etc stuff from their worldwide network of fulfillment centres?

-MarkM-


That's one way of looking at it -- and indeed your opinion is correct -- in my assessment.

However, this is still a specialty machine, and to use Amazon which is a distribution net you would have to determine the sales projections by region.

Currently I think they are best off to remain centralized and fix their problems.

Using Amazon they would also face "stale inventory" issues and could not fix problems in units that are near the shipping stage -- like I am sure they can now.

There are too many advantages to staying centralized for now. Think about it and the issues may become apparent -- most are related to the speed of change in the "industry" (such as it is.


Oh sorry I wasn't thinking of course of the Amazon option whereby Amazon merely does fullfillment for a seller! Sorry! I was thinking an older version of Amazon, where the stale inventory problem would be their problem not the manufacturer's! If you don't want to be stuck with stale inventory don't order more container-loads than you can sell! Wink

But yeah its not mass-market enough yet for that, of course currently Amazon would insist on doing the "we just fullfill for you" model instead of "we wanna buy containerloads of your hot gadget because we can sell it like hot cakes" model. Maybe if all goes well when the next generation comes out Amazon, NewEgg, The Source, heck everyone even slightly more slanted toward electronics/gadgets than Walmart/Kmart will be banging down their doors to pre-order containerloads of this hottest new gadget in years, that prints the newfangled $15,000+ per coin internet money known as bitcoin... Cheesy

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I thought those were good insights -- so I went and looked and course you were right.

I'll keep a closer watch on your posts.  Wink

The is even a link to KNC miner from Amazon.

Maybe $1000 by Easter --  Shocked

Cheers!


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November 13, 2013, 05:16:33 PM
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For anyone interested to make his own ribbon cables of any length you need to buy only 2 things:

IDC Ribbon Cable Mount Sockets:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5x-IDC-FC-Cable-Mounting-Socket-Connector-/260969971329?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&var=&hash=item3cc305be81
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IDC-Ribbon-Cable-Mount-Sockets-10-14-16-20-26-34-40-or-50-way-UK-Seller-/221275565331?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&var=&hash=item33850d2d13

Flat Ribbon Cable:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1m-0-32mm-28AWG-Grey-Ribbon-Flat-Cable-/260972265133?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&var=&hash=item3cc328bead

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November 13, 2013, 05:31:34 PM
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Imake them on the same way... Smiley

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November 13, 2013, 05:51:52 PM
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So, looking reasonably simple press fit insulation piercing.  Is there a best compression tool or are most going with channel lock pliers?  I know when I make my own RJ45 connectors, the insulation piercing is okay but not 100%, 100% of the time and this with a fairly decent RJ45 crimping tool.  When hashrate falls showing a module has died I'd bet the failure to be a homemade ribbon cable. I have ordered a roll of cable with connectors.  Just wondering about a best compression tool without getting to ampenol costs.



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November 13, 2013, 05:57:02 PM
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So, looking reasonably simple press fit insulation piercing.  Is there a best compression tool or are most going with channel lock pliers?  I know when I make my own RJ45 connectors, the insulation piercing is okay but not 100%, 100% of the time and this with a fairly decent RJ45 crimping tool.  When hashrate falls showing a module has died I'd bet the failure to be a homemade ribbon cable. I have ordered a roll of cable with connectors.  Just wondering about a best compression tool without getting to ampenol costs.



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So, looking reasonably simple press fit insulation piercing.  Is there a best compression tool or are most going with channel lock pliers?  I know when I make my own RJ45 connectors, the insulation piercing is okay but not 100%, 100% of the time and this with a fairly decent RJ45 crimping tool.  When hashrate falls showing a module has died I'd bet the failure to be a homemade ribbon cable. I have ordered a roll of cable with connectors.  Just wondering about a best compression tool without getting to ampenol costs.



http://www.voelkner.de/products/10092/Crimpzange-Schneidklemmtechnik-Flachbandkabel-56x15-5mm.html

You don't really need that, do you?
You can press it with fingers or common pliers, right?

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it's not needed but recommended
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November 13, 2013, 06:58:31 PM
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So, that extra module that I've ordered. Can I run it with anything else but the main control boards?
Let's say rPi?

Please advice.
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So, that extra module that I've ordered. Can I run it with anything else but the main control boards?
Let's say rPi?

Please advice.

It's a BeagleBone Black (Circuito, Newark or Farnell) inside the KNC as far as I can tell. Similar to the RaspeBerry Pi -- but that's all.

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November 13, 2013, 07:51:49 PM
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So, that extra module that I've ordered. Can I run it with anything else but the main control boards?
Let's say rPi?

Please advice.

It's a BeagleBone Black (Circuito, Newark or Farnell) inside the KNC as far as I can tell. Similar to the RaspeBerry Pi -- but that's all.

which is mounted to the actual controller board..  
I don't see how you'd connect the data ribbon to a BBB without one.

What a great morning...Gox @ 427.....coinbase @ 390... nice!

Suggestion for KNC's GEN2... Native WiFi   Wink Wink Wink
a small pci slot on the controller board...and a 5 dollar 10/100 wifi card...


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Suggestion for KNC's GEN2... Native WiFi   Wink Wink Wink
a small pci slot on the controller board...and a 5 dollar 10/100 wifi card...

I fully support this suggestion  Grin

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a chart that makes more sense for non-Asians...somewhat like Clark Moody, but for Bitstamp, instead of Gox...
http://bitcoinwisdom.com/  


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November 13, 2013, 08:34:34 PM
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So, that extra module that I've ordered. Can I run it with anything else but the main control boards?
Let's say rPi?

Please advice.

It's a BeagleBone Black (Circuito, Newark or Farnell) inside the KNC as far as I can tell. Similar to the RaspeBerry Pi -- but that's all.

which is mounted to the actual controller board..  
I don't see how you'd connect the data ribbon to a BBB without one.

What a great morning...Gox @ 427.....coinbase @ 390... nice!

Suggestion for KNC's GEN2... Native WiFi   Wink Wink Wink
a small pci slot on the controller board...and a 5 dollar 10/100 wifi card...

sorry for being pedantic but it's a plain BeagleBone, not the Black version. And if memory serves KnC removed the USB interface. 

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November 13, 2013, 08:36:30 PM
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So, looking reasonably simple press fit insulation piercing.  Is there a best compression tool or are most going with channel lock pliers?  I know when I make my own RJ45 connectors, the insulation piercing is okay but not 100%, 100% of the time and this with a fairly decent RJ45 crimping tool.  When hashrate falls showing a module has died I'd bet the failure to be a homemade ribbon cable. I have ordered a roll of cable with connectors.  Just wondering about a best compression tool without getting to ampenol costs.



http://www.voelkner.de/products/10092/Crimpzange-Schneidklemmtechnik-Flachbandkabel-56x15-5mm.html

You don't really need that, do you?
You can press it with fingers or common pliers, right?

I'll probably go with a small heavy vice.



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November 13, 2013, 09:08:01 PM
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So, that extra module that I've ordered. Can I run it with anything else but the main control boards?
Let's say rPi?

Please advice.

It's a BeagleBone Black (Circuito, Newark or Farnell) inside the KNC as far as I can tell. Similar to the RaspeBerry Pi -- but that's all.

which is mounted to the actual controller board..  
I don't see how you'd connect the data ribbon to a BBB without one.

What a great morning...Gox @ 427.....coinbase @ 390... nice!

Suggestion for KNC's GEN2... Native WiFi   Wink Wink Wink
a small pci slot on the controller board...and a 5 dollar 10/100 wifi card...

sorry for being pedantic but it's a plain BeagleBone, not the Black version. And if memory serves KnC removed the USB interface. 

from dmesg:

Code:
[    2.181344] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: Baseboard: 'A335BNLT,0A5C,3713910497ÿÿ'
[    2.189138] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: compatible-baseboard=ti,beaglebone-black
[    2.221178] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: bone: Invalid signature '49313030' at slot 0
[    2.229407] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #0: No cape found
[    2.266584] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #1: No cape found
[    2.303692] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #2: No cape found
[    2.340802] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #3: No cape found
[    2.347069] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #4: specific override
[    2.353678] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: bone: Using override eeprom data at slot 4
[    2.361723] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #4: 'Bone-LT-eMMC-2G,00A0,Texas Instrument,BB-BONE-EMMC-2G'
[    2.372230] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: initialized OK.
[    2.377895] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #4: Requesting firmware 'cape-bone-2g-emmc1.dtbo' for board-name 'Bone-LT-eMMC-2G', version '00A0'

it says "beaglebone-black".  I'm not an expert on these things, but I wouldn't imagine a non-black version would have that entry.  Could be wrong tho.  In addition, some folks matched up the physical layout from the preproduction pictures to be the Black version, IIRC.  Anyway, just thought I'd throw that out there in case someone found it interesting/useful.
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