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November 15, 2013, 02:19:53 AM
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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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November 15, 2013, 02:24:04 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.

If this is true, why wouldn't Orama come on here and tell us if there was a delay. He's not just going to put his head in the sand and pretend like nothing happened.  Give him some credit.
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November 15, 2013, 02:28:38 AM
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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)

You must be right.  The largest OEMs which ship tens of millions of PSU don't know what restriction their cases and designs are doing.  They probably had some kid just slap one on because it looked cool.  No possible chance they measured he restriction and airflow in a lab before going into production. That is one possibility. 

The other one is that you just have a defective unit.

SeaSonic X-1250 has the same exact "diverter flap" I used 12 of them for almost two years in high ambient temp garage and had no failures.  If you open up 90% of PSU on the market today they have a flap similar to that.   It is to prevent the airflow from bypassing the high heat components.
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November 15, 2013, 02:33:05 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.

They really should not have started taking orders so soon then.  That especially hurts in BTC right now.  Should have at least gave people a fiat payment option if it had to be ordered this past Tuesday.
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November 15, 2013, 03:17:31 AM
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a lot of people angry with the knc??
What's going on?

looking job
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November 15, 2013, 03:39:00 AM
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a lot of people angry with the knc??
What's going on?

Have you not read the previous 1090 pages of this thread?
/sarcasm
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November 15, 2013, 03:57:33 AM
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I've always got a reply to my emails from KNC and I've been pretty critical but also gave plenty credit where it is due.

Perhaps people shoot off too many emails so they skip them



about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?



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November 15, 2013, 04:10:50 AM
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So I just soldered connectors into positions 5 and 6 on my Saturn's control board and connected the modules to them.  So far it seems to be working fine.

Now I just need my upgrade modules to arrive and I'll be ready to try making a 5-module miner.

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November 15, 2013, 04:11:18 AM
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I've always got a reply to my emails from KNC and I've been pretty critical but also gave plenty credit where it is due.

Perhaps people shoot off too many emails so they skip them



about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?



Absolutely... and "too many" may also be marked as spam by most e-mail services and automatically plopped into the spam folder...


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November 15, 2013, 04:13:37 AM
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So I just soldered connectors into positions 5 and 6 on my Saturn's control board and connected the modules to them.  So far it seems to be working fine.

Now I just need my upgrade modules to arrive and I'll be ready to try making a 5-module miner.

Nice! I was going to try that too but didn't get enough notice on the sale to order the pin headers in time and didn't feel like taking the risk without testing first...
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November 15, 2013, 04:26:52 AM
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Does anyone with a miner have a caliper to measure the thickness of the case.
Is it aluminium?

While I had mine apart I measured.

Looks like the bottom portion is 2.5mm thick, and the top is 1.5mm.  Both made from aluminum.

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November 15, 2013, 04:33:04 AM
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Is there a way to start ckkolivas' cgminer (currently 3.7.2) and have it stay running after closing the Putty window?

I can get it running, but when I close Putty, cgminer quits too.

Thanks.
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November 15, 2013, 04:38:11 AM
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polite requests are ignored

phonecalls go unanswered

{ etc. }

(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!


OK I wiped the drool... I opened my eyes.

Things still look the same....

Yes, some of the things occurred to me as well... I have My Saturn, It's churning out BitCOin. The sun will rise in the east Tomorrow...

Now, is there something we can help with?

Are there technical issues which we can help resolve?

Is there a question in there somewhere. Same to anyone else who agrees with you.

I am only going to hit the "ignore" button if:
  • people only complain; and,
    make no useful contribution; and,
    continue to have no questions; and,
    have no problems for which wish to enlist assistance.
     
It's not a threat. How can it possibly be a threat? It's just that I have only so much time -- and listening to someone who only complains uses valuable time and energy that could be spent asking for help or giving help. If I can do nothing for you and have no interest in hearing the same complaints constantly reiterated, I am doing everyone a favour by blocking out the plaintive voices and helping whoever needs it -- or just helping myself.

Hoping that this is all clear.


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November 15, 2013, 04:38:44 AM
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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!


+1


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November 15, 2013, 04:39:58 AM
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I've always got a reply to my emails from KNC and I've been pretty critical but also gave plenty credit where it is due.

Perhaps people shoot off too many emails so they skip them



about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?



Absolutely... and "too many" may also be marked as spam by most e-mail services and automatically plopped into the spam folder...

yup..  and I think since KNC and UPS had a spat about the miner shipments (knc yelled at UPS for broke boxes and UPS probably said pack it like you have brains)
So I can see where they want to make each other happy now


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November 15, 2013, 04:42:52 AM
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Does anyone with a miner have a caliper to measure the thickness of the case.
Is it aluminium?

While I had mine apart I measured.

Looks like the bottom portion is 2.5mm thick, and the top is 1.5mm.  Both made from aluminum.

I checked with a digital caliper and got the same measurements in case anyone thinks it needs confirmation.



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November 15, 2013, 04:48:32 AM
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about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?

So UPS now dictates how much product a person can put in their own box?
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November 15, 2013, 04:51:55 AM
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about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?

So UPS now dictates how much product a person can put in their own box?

If the question is:

Is UPS big enough to dictate terms?

I would say yes. Been there -- done that. If you have ever owned and run a company you quickly become familiar with customers and suppliers that can dictate terms (of endearment?).

It sucks -- but it is the way it is...

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November 15, 2013, 04:57:06 AM
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So I just soldered connectors into positions 5 and 6 on my Saturn's control board and connected the modules to them.  So far it seems to be working fine.

Now I just need my upgrade modules to arrive and I'll be ready to try making a 5-module miner.

Like an BOSS!!




@davewr2013 - i dont recall ever contacting you for advise, assistance or support...

Saturn "churning' out BTC....

Please direct your pointlessness elsewhere



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November 15, 2013, 04:58:59 AM
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about shipping each module separately, they said UPS demanded it...  but I wonder where UPS's critic was when KNC shipped the miners?

So UPS now dictates how much product a person can put in their own box?

If the question is:

Is UPS big enough to dictate terms?

I would say yes. Been there -- done that. If you have ever owned and run a company you quickly become familiar with customers and suppliers that can dictate terms (of endearment?).

It sucks -- but it is the way it is...


I can imagine, I've just never heard of them being that nosey before.  People ship multiple computer products in the same boxes all the time.

To me, it sounds like the perfect excuse to overcharge for shipping.
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