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November 14, 2013, 11:06:52 PM
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While I may agree with what you say the "trolling" and "lying" words just set people off for a lot of pointless posts.

He spent his money -- he has some legitimate points -- maybe just respond without the antagonism and people will exchange more useful information.

Thank you for reading this and thinking about it.


I choose my words carefully. I believe that Avenger is a liar who in fact did not spend his money on anything KNC related.
I paid KNC many thousands of dollars and I am unsatisfied with what I got for my money. Faulty goods, lousy service, lots of lies.

I can't be bothered with people like you canth, you now seem fully wedged up knc's arse and can't take on board anything.

Whatever dude.  I spend thousands of dollars on KnC hardware and I got it 15 days earlier then I expected too. It's not perfect, there are a couple of issues (fans came off, buggy firmware releases, etc) but it's definitely paid for itself.

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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink

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November 14, 2013, 11:09:59 PM
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To all KNC Miners,

Are we all idiots?Huh

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/11/14/firm_makes_3million_during_bitcoin_gold_rush/

This article clearly states they sold about 5,000 miners for a global sales of USD 29 millions. If true, KNC clearly did not help us with their almost unlimited supply of miners to reach a positive ROI in BTC.

I invite everyone to think a little bit about it and collectively realized that we have been much more lucky than smart. Yes the exchange rates have been extremely beneficial but don't be blind by your USD/GBP/EUR/JPY/RMB/CHF returns, KNC made an absolute killing with our preorders.

They were smart, us we were just lucky!!!!

PS I am sad about that conclusion because today is the day I just reached 71 BTC after 38 days of mining. How long before my second Jupiters will pay for itself???

PS Bis Bitcoinorama any comment is VERY VERY much welcome....
Did you really think KNC was a Non-Profit organization?   Wink
Right, blind luck is why I cancelled all the BFL orders, and went with KNC, right....
I'm EXTREMELY HAPPY KNC made millions from our preorders, because I have a vested interest into seeing them succeed!  
So regarding your first question; no, but some of us are!   Tongue  meant jokingly...

If there's any question the November orders you placed will make ROI, there are a thousand folks here wanting your orders.... seriously....


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November 14, 2013, 11:10:44 PM
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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink
400 yuan isnt even close to 400 USD(it's 65), and 2656 yuan is 435 USD, so they broke 400 around the same time, not looooong ago....  Just sayin'

Okay.  I was figuring it slow from them whilst between $399 and $500 but I suppose the dollar value has no influence on their calculations. (ROFL)



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November 14, 2013, 11:29:13 PM
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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink
400 yuan isnt even close to 400 USD(it's 65), and 2656 yuan is 435 USD, so they broke 400 around the same time, not looooong ago....  Just sayin'

Okay.  I was figuring it slow from them whilst between $399 and $500 but I suppose the dollar value has no influence on their calculations. (ROFL)
Darn, my merc just went down.  troubleshooting..........



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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink
400 yuan isnt even close to 400 USD(it's 65), and 2656 yuan is 435 USD, so they broke 400 around the same time, not looooong ago....  Just sayin'

Okay.  I was figuring it slow from them whilst between $399 and $500 but I suppose the dollar value has no influence on their calculations. (ROFL)
Darn, my merc just went down.  troubleshooting..........

25 seconds to the white light.........



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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink
400 yuan isnt even close to 400 USD(it's 65), and 2656 yuan is 435 USD, so they broke 400 around the same time, not looooong ago....  Just sayin'

Okay.  I was figuring it slow from them whilst between $399 and $500 but I suppose the dollar value has no influence on their calculations. (ROFL)
Darn, my merc just went down.  troubleshooting..........

25 seconds to the white light.........

I had done work earlier today changing/shortening cables.  I had forgotten I needed both a free 12v lead and a ground to intregrate the 12v supply and the BBB/controller board supply and only provided the ground.  So, I ran a single 12v line up to the connector.  Must have been noisy.  My hashrate had dropped to 36GH/s so I had gone into putty and quit cgminer and commanded reboot.  After putty closed I killed power, waited a few seconds and restarted.  White light wouldn't come on tho the RJ45 light was flashing.  Shut it down and swapped the module ribbon cable to another port on the controller board and restarted, still no white light, no red/green.  Disconnected the 12v to the module, shut down and restarted just looking for the white light.  It worked.  Now back up at:  KnC 0: | 153.0G/144.6Gh/s | A:11646 R:129 HW:176 WU:1971.7/m.

While it was off I skinned back the insulation on one of the yellow 12v leads to the module plug and spliced in a yellow wire and insulated.  Then did away with the long single wire to the 12v supply.  Must have been a noisy loop.  That or bad luck a.bout 3+1.



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BTW..  Upon further investigation, I found this inside the CB700 PSU...



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November 14, 2013, 11:48:36 PM
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BTW..  Upon further investigation, I found this inside the CB700 PSU...

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Blew my mind.....

What is it?

Notice the plastic shield blocking nearly 1/2 the airflow?
This 700w psu should have been fine on a saturn, but overheated catastrophically in less than 5 minutes...  no fault of the Saturn, they run great on the cx600's...   at one point, I had two hashing boards patched into my desktop's psu(while running), a tx750. I even messed up once(which I rarely admit to) Grin, and plugged a hashing board onto a live pci power lead, from the desktop....a few sparks flew...  but everything still works fine... they are actually pretty durable high-quality electronics on these boards. Forgiving, yes, but I'd never recommend doing that...just to be clear!


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November 14, 2013, 11:56:59 PM
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By the way, thinking today about Bitcoin getting thru the $400's.  Chinese who have been buying with gusto may have slacked off in the $400 range as the numeral 4 is bad mojo for them.  I would expect once it hits $500 it will take off at an even greater incline.

BTC in China is currently at ¥2656 Wink. They broke the 400 yuan barrier LONG ago Wink
400 yuan isnt even close to 400 USD(it's 65), and 2656 yuan is 435 USD, so they broke 400 around the same time, not looooong ago....  Just sayin'

Okay.  I was figuring it slow from them whilst between $399 and $500 but I suppose the dollar value has no influence on their calculations. (ROFL)
Darn, my merc just went down.  troubleshooting..........

25 seconds to the white light.........

I had done work earlier today changing/shortening cables.  I had forgotten I needed both a free 12v lead and a ground to intregrate the 12v supply and the BBB/controller board supply and only provided the ground.  So, I ran a single 12v line up to the connector.  Must have been noisy.  My hashrate had dropped to 36GH/s so I had gone into putty and quit cgminer and commanded reboot.  After putty closed I killed power, waited a few seconds and restarted.  White light wouldn't come on tho the RJ45 light was flashing.  Shut it down and swapped the module ribbon cable to another port on the controller board and restarted, still no white light, no red/green.  Disconnected the 12v to the module, shut down and restarted just looking for the white light.  It worked.  Now back up at:  KnC 0: | 153.0G/144.6Gh/s | A:11646 R:129 HW:176 WU:1971.7/m.

While it was off I skinned back the insulation on one of the yellow 12v leads to the module plug and spliced in a yellow wire and insulated.  Then did away with the long single wire to the 12v supply.  Must have been a noisy loop.  That or bad luck a.bout 3+1.

Might be something to this luck thing.  Lifted the top off my rice maker and the plastic handle broke off.  Will JD Weld it back latter.



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...and talked to Liam to confirm delivery on modules for Monday....

Is this true?
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Any news of delivery / production second batch?

They will start shipping today, got anyone an tracking no?
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...and talked to Liam to confirm delivery on modules for Monday....

Is this true?

Who is that guy and how does he know if anyone called and when?

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There is still no sign of a fix for the out of memory condition killing cgminer. I wouldn't be pleased to have a nice shiny new november order Jupiter dying periodically for such a simple well known reason, losing hours sitting there waiting for me to wake up and notice because they neglected to include a watchdog to keep the thing running and/or neglected to ensure their software fit into the amount of RAM they saw fit to build into the unit...

-MarkM-

I believe the issue there is/was while using Bertmod, the ram is otherwise sufficient.
It has 512MB of DDR3
You have something else going on?

I agree with Mark there is a memory leak somewhere, on some machines at least.

I've had the best luck with running cgminer 3.7.2 manually after killing the one that comes with the knc firmware, but even then after 3 days free memory has dropped 100MB, from 250MB down to 150MB free, I haven't had it drop so low that it stops mining like Mark has, but I've seen it drop down to the 12MB free mark before I rebooted.
**BIFFA*** I think you "Hit the nail on the head"
This could surely explain the tapering down of speed after a reboot to such nice levels...

Also, someone mentioned earlier about staying off the status page helping out a bit...so far...I must agree.
No Putty, no GUI, just monitoring from the pool seems to help


OK just for reference, as you may or may not remember my Jupiter really only runs well on 0.96

So I have been running it on vanilla 0.96 (cgminer 3.4.0) for 3 days solid, and memory usage is tiny.

Mem: 48476K used, 462096K free, 0K shrd, 28K buff, 36732K cached

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polite requests are ignored

phonecalls go unanswered

emails are answered by an automated response that promises a human response that NEVER arrives

forum posts are ignored or smeared with dung by the lucky/paid/bored/ignorant

unreasonable demands are made of CUSTOMERS who are illegally referred to as BUSINESSES

it is a big scam, and we are the investdurrs.

that SOME of us made +ROI (in USD) is immaterial for those of us that did not.

boasting of your 'success' or your 'method' is irritating to say the least when genuine concerns are deemed as TROLLING.

wipe the drool from your mouth and open your eyes!

modules ordered & paid for AFTER november orders will be shipped this week? next week? so when will the november orders get shipped?

30th november just to stay 'honest'

1st of dec due to EXTRA modules needing to be shipped a week or so late?

do we have ANY say in what is expected?

i hate the fact that we have to backflip through hoops & moonwalk on eggshells to get what we paid for (a fully functional rig)

while the million dollar success story is plastered all over the world ignoring the multitude of LEGITIMATE concerns are overlooked or passed of as false

(ignore button is a pathetic threat made by pathetic individuals)

'do what i say or i'll press a button to ignore you without actually ignoring you' - awesome!

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BTW..  Upon further investigation, I found this inside the CB700 PSU...

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Blew my mind.....

What is it?

Notice the plastic shield blocking nearly 1/2 the airflow?
This 700w psu should have been fine on a saturn, but overheated catastrophically in less than 5 minutes...  no fault of the Saturn, they run great on the cx600's...   at one point, I had two hashing boards patched into my desktop's psu(while running), a tx750. I even messed up once(which I rarely admit to) Grin, and plugged a hashing board onto a live pci power lead, from the desktop....a few sparks flew...  but everything still works fine... they are actually pretty durable high-quality electronics on these boards. Forgiving, yes, but I'd never recommend doing that...just to be clear!

Actually it is by design.  The baffler is there to force the air to go over all of the internal PSU components instead of the more direct and shorter path out the exhaust vent.  Here are more examples of other PSU manufacturers (Corsair and Seasonic) employing similar bafflers that partially covers the intake fans (toward the side of the vent).



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BTW..  Upon further investigation, I found this inside the CB700 PSU...

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Blew my mind.....

What is it?

Notice the plastic shield blocking nearly 1/2 the airflow?
This 700w psu should have been fine on a saturn, but overheated catastrophically in less than 5 minutes...  no fault of the Saturn, they run great on the cx600's...   at one point, I had two hashing boards patched into my desktop's psu(while running), a tx750. I even messed up once(which I rarely admit to) Grin, and plugged a hashing board onto a live pci power lead, from the desktop....a few sparks flew...  but everything still works fine... they are actually pretty durable high-quality electronics on these boards. Forgiving, yes, but I'd never recommend doing that...just to be clear!

Actually it is by design.  The baffler is there to force the air to go over all of the internal PSU components instead of the more direct and shorter path out the exhaust vent.  Here are more examples of other PSU manufacturers (Corsair and Seasonic) employing similar bafflers that partially covers the intake fans (toward the side of the vent).
yep...  guess they don't realize that severely reduces the overall cfm & cooling ability doing that, it actually does less "Directing" and more "Restricting" IMHO...  my example would be the unit that toasted using barely 300 watts (and freshly pulled from a running desktop)


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November 15, 2013, 01:08:45 AM
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BTW..  Upon further investigation, I found this inside the CB700 PSU...

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Blew my mind.....

What is it?

Notice the plastic shield blocking nearly 1/2 the airflow?
This 700w psu should have been fine on a saturn, but overheated catastrophically in less than 5 minutes...  no fault of the Saturn, they run great on the cx600's...   at one point, I had two hashing boards patched into my desktop's psu(while running), a tx750. I even messed up once(which I rarely admit to) Grin, and plugged a hashing board onto a live pci power lead, from the desktop....a few sparks flew...  but everything still works fine... they are actually pretty durable high-quality electronics on these boards. Forgiving, yes, but I'd never recommend doing that...just to be clear!

Actually it is by design.  The baffler is there to force the air to go over all of the internal PSU components instead of the more direct and shorter path out the exhaust vent.  Here are more examples of other PSU manufacturers (Corsair and Seasonic) employing similar bafflers that partially covers the intake fans (toward the side of the vent).
yep...  guess they don't realize that severely reduces the overall cfm & cooling ability doing that, it actually does less "Directing" and more "Restricting" IMHO...  my example would be the unit that toasted using barely 300 watts (and freshly pulled from a running desktop)

What works in a desktop might not power a miner.  I had a power supply label that said good for 15 amps on the 12v rail and the supply tests good and ran a computer but when I tried to power a Blade it failed miserably.  Days later I remembered many inconstant sometimes failing DVD burns so it actually hadn't been powering the computer properly.



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November 15, 2013, 01:15:25 AM
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Actually it is by design.  The baffler is there to force the air to go over all of the internal PSU components instead of the more direct and shorter path out the exhaust vent.  Here are more examples of other PSU manufacturers (Corsair and Seasonic) employing similar bafflers that partially covers the intake fans (toward the side of the vent).
yep...  guess they don't realize that severely reduces the overall cfm & cooling ability doing that, it actually does less "Directing" and more "Restricting" IMHO...  my example would be the unit that toasted using barely 300 watts (and freshly pulled from a running desktop)

Who manufacture your PSU?  Looks like the baffler is longer than the one used by Seasonic and Corsair and doesn't look as rigid.  It might be better to trim it instead of eliminate it completely.
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November 15, 2013, 01:32:27 AM
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...and talked to Liam to confirm delivery on modules for Monday....

Is this true?

Who is that guy and how does he know if anyone called and when?
Cyper I was referring to that guy on the KnC forums. The guy that owns 10Jupiters. He said today on there "I called and talked to Liam and modules will be sent out Monday" - not exact words but you get what I mean.

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