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November 16, 2013, 10:58:30 PM
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Thanks. Gave me some food for thought. Looks like I will go get a new power supply. Perhaps KNC should change their PS recommendations? Also, I thought the power usage was going to be 1W per GH/s. I haven't been keeping up with the news.

The current miners can hash at 1W/Gh/s, less even dependant on the firmware, but the tuning suite will allow you to decide that far more specifically.  Each die appears to have an operational sweet spot.

Physical changes in the November unit's boards make them tolerant to far more abuse and they have this turbo feature that basically eats current and shits coins. They'll also be able to hash at something more economical of you so wish, to make them more future proof.
Do you know if Hosted Octobers will be getting any of this "tuning"?

No idea. All the hosting guys should be hashing healthily currently.
Just occasional dropouts for I presume FW, but my hosted units are smoking right along, Happy AND I can sleep at night, ....Unless I wake up to check my address.  LOL
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November 16, 2013, 11:08:21 PM
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Place your bets if KNC would agree to sell me an empty aluminium case so I can provide a good home for my Upgrade modules.
What do you think is a fair price?



Bring 50Eur cash and drop on the counter. Should get near wholesale, since it's a hassle free transfer?

Or....  ask for a scratch and dent -- for free,  or 25.



I see a couple there with the front sections bent over.  Try and get one of them.

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November 16, 2013, 11:16:25 PM
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4 hashing boards @ 820 GH/s one jupiter (oct shipment)

http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/16918-jupiter-820-gh-s

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November 16, 2013, 11:16:58 PM
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Place your bets if KNC would agree to sell me an empty aluminium case so I can provide a good home for my Upgrade modules.
What do you think is a fair price?



Bring 50Eur cash and drop on the counter. Should get near wholesale, since it's a hassle free transfer?

Or....  ask for a scratch and dent -- for free,  or 25.

I see a couple there with the front sections bent over.  Try and get one of them.

OK, I will try to sneak when they are not looking and put one in my pocket undetected  Grin

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November 16, 2013, 11:17:49 PM
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4 hashing boards @ 820 GH/s one jupiter (oct shipment)

http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/main-forum/16918-jupiter-820-gh-s

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November 16, 2013, 11:36:58 PM
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What does this mean? I mean I saw this on KnC forum but cant follow...@Cyper

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November 16, 2013, 11:39:51 PM
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It's a six module jupiter. No jupiter with only four modules can hash that much. At least not if the cards are 4 -VRM
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November 16, 2013, 11:45:10 PM
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Thanks for clearing that up I was wondering why it said ASIC #6 but couldnt understand OP on the KnC forums.

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November 16, 2013, 11:50:18 PM
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Thanks for clearing that up I was wondering why it said ASIC #6 but couldnt understand OP on the KnC forums.

It says ASIC #6 because a module is connected there. But yes, it is a Jupiter with 6 modules connected.

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November 16, 2013, 11:55:59 PM
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Thanks for clearing that up I was wondering why it said ASIC #6 but couldnt understand OP on the KnC forums.

It says ASIC #6 because a module is connected there. But yes, it is a Jupiter with 6 modules connected.

is that your jupiter at eligius cyper?
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November 17, 2013, 12:05:38 AM
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Thanks for clearing that up I was wondering why it said ASIC #6 but couldnt understand OP on the KnC forums.

It says ASIC #6 because a module is connected there. But yes, it is a Jupiter with 6 modules connected.

is that your jupiter at eligius cyper?

No, mine is at Bitminter.

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November 17, 2013, 01:30:44 AM
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Place your bets if KNC would agree to sell me an empty aluminium case so I can provide a good home for my Upgrade modules.
What do you think is a fair price?
Considering you have bought a number of miners and upgrade boards from them - free!

Well I share your views that KNC can afford to give me a free case, when I have spent over $27000 with them, but if they don't at least I hope they let me pay for it.
Recently I asked for some free longer cables and got a negative response (albeit unofficial), but maybe it will be different if I ask in person.

Place your bets if KNC would agree to sell me an empty aluminium case so I can provide a good home for my Upgrade modules.
What do you think is a fair price?



On that topic, will the boards be mounted to aluminum plates?  I know that we get the bar and screws to mount the fans.  I'm just not sure what to lay under them.

I've laid motherboards on cardboard boxes before...I guess that'll work...lol

Boards are mounted on spacer attached to the bottom of the case or any other material.
I was thinking to lay them flat on anti-static bags, but I think the ASIC chip will need some ventilation underneath, so it might be be such a good idea.
If I can't get a case out of KNC (free or paid) I will most probably build one myself or get a computer case and install the boards on standoffs/spacers.
Guys...
I dont think cardboard, or a plastic bag underneath will work.
The case is part of the structure the bar uses to clamp the heatsink & fan into place.
Without it, all the clamping force would be transferred to the board, and you could literally break it in half tightening the bar to it without the proper base, and spacers.
Also, the boards themselves also get toasty, and cardboard & plastic would be dangerous imho...

**edit...  The case actually acts as a partial heatsink as well. If you were to feel underneath your machine, you will notice the bottom is warm, and the screwheads which hold the board into place(not the heatsink) are actually warmest, meaning the heat is transferred from there as well...    just sayin'      Wink

So should I be buying pieces of aluminum and drilling holes?  Obviously don't want to fasten it wrong and snap the board.

O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.
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November 17, 2013, 01:34:10 AM
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O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.

It has been done at least twice already.

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November 17, 2013, 01:35:58 AM
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O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.

It has been done at least twice already.

What page?  lol

I've only seen distance shots of everything open laying on top of each other in bubble wrap.
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November 17, 2013, 01:50:17 AM
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O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.

It has been done at least twice already.

What page?  lol

I've only seen distance shots of everything open laying on top of each other in bubble wrap.


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November 17, 2013, 01:56:17 AM
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O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.

It has been done at least twice already.

What page?  lol

I've only seen distance shots of everything open laying on top of each other in bubble wrap.



Haha! You should also put some Snickers in there...
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November 17, 2013, 01:58:33 AM
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O'rama, can you lay out the contents of everything we're getting in a box?  Surprised this hasn't been done yet.

It has been done at least twice already.

What page?  lol

I've only seen distance shots of everything open laying on top of each other in bubble wrap.



So there is no aluminum plate to go underneath?  Is what Phoenix said a concern?  What is safe to let the board rest on while hashing?

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November 17, 2013, 02:01:13 AM
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Thanks.

So there is no aluminum plate to go underneath?  Is what Phoenix said a concern?  What is safe to let the board rest on while hashing?



Well one would imagine that being an owner of a Saturn or a Mercury, i.e. the two purchasers the sale of these were made available for, you should have adequate space in your case...

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November 17, 2013, 02:02:22 AM
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Thanks.

So there is no aluminum plate to go underneath?  Is what Phoenix said a concern?  What is safe to let the board rest on while hashing?



Well one would imagine that being an owner of a Saturn or a Mercury, i.e. the two purchasers these were directed towards you should have space available in your case...

I thought we could fill all 6 modules in a Jupiter?
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November 17, 2013, 02:02:59 AM
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Thanks.

So there is no aluminum plate to go underneath?  Is what Phoenix said a concern?  What is safe to let the board rest on while hashing?



Well one would imagine that being an owner of a Saturn or a Mercury, i.e. the two purchasers these were directed towards you should have space available in your case...

I thought we could fill all 6 modules in a Jupiter?

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