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November 19, 2013, 06:30:16 AM
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you guys are getting all worked up about nothing... This happens all the time with large scale international shipments. Source: I do it a alot, and mostly by UPS.
Exactly....  The Exception merely means they ran out of room on that plane, and will move tomorrow...
You guys complaining about UPS are truly clueless.


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Last edit: November 19, 2013, 06:59:42 AM by Phoenix1969
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Alright, I'll chill until Wednesday the 20th, which was the expected delivery date. If they don't come that day then I'll get my panties all bunched up. KNC would never request refunds from UPS. If they told UPS what they actually charged for a tiny little box the weighed as much as a pack of gum they would be put in jail.

$100 I paid for each little box. That is a %200 markup. Damn, this bitcoin industry is just loaded with greedy ass people.



You didn't pay any less than KNC did.... this has been checked & verified in here
Yeah, a little box, with a declared 1000 dollar value, next day speedy air from Stockholm, where EVERYTHING costs triple.... thats a bargain. You will feel much better when they arrive...lol.
I live just about as far as you can get from Stockholm(Hawaii), and the miners all/ each arrived within 48 hours from the time they were picked up. 3 different orders. No RMA.
Here in Hawaii, I buy MANY things online, because its simply cheaper....and Amazon is one of my favorites, because they like UPS, and so do I. I always get the package, and have never had to return a damaged one. I have, however, had to drive to Hilo to pick up one "Held for pickup", once, in about ten years of using UPS every week and month. Fedex isn't even close to being what UPS is, and I shouldn't say that, because I have a brother who is a Fedex driver, in Oregon...  Tongue  But truth be known.... Fedex can't seem to find their way here half the time, and I make the 50 mile RT.
I also like the ups tracking, because it's very informative, and up-to the minute.....    but it can be misleading...  I have had the "Exception" several times. If you ar feeling panic, you can call UPS 24/7, and talk to a rep, who can help you quickly if there is a problem, like a misdelivered package to the wrong address. I had one just today, with the power-supplies I ordered, and called the hotline, where a nice lady promptly could see the problem, called the farm it was delivered to, and dispatched a truck to go get it back within the hour.... but I knew the people, and just walked down the street, talked with my buds, and carried my package home before the truck had a chance to turn around...   So, yeah, not in-foul-able, but a really, really good service imho.
Good night all, sweet dreams....peek at Gox or something before bed....Hahaha


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November 19, 2013, 07:33:05 AM
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I have KNC a little over 11 bitcoin for 4 modules. Hardware worth $2850. Right now, according to bitcoin that is worth over $7500. Damn what a little profit you got over there KNC. I wonder how they knew bitcoin was going to rise? I don't see KNC taking a chance on $190,000 worth of orders and not knowing if bitcoin was going to rise or drop or not. They must of knew somehow. So they basically have an extra $5000 from my order....damn, we are on the wrong end here. Money is NOT in the mining, it's in the mining hardware and mining pools! All you need to do is bullshit your way through a few interview, register a company name and hire contractors to make your gear. You can tell your customer's whatever you want...cause apparently that's what's been going on since this all started and nothing has ever happened. This is something I may try.

I'm running the Corsair RM850 power supply and love it. Adding an additional two modules should be fine since I'm pulling 320 watts at the outlet and that's with the controller board and all the fans. Not sure why people are getting 1200W PSU's when they really don't need them. I thought straight out efficiency is better than anything.

Also, I don't know if it's the .99 firmware or not but all my cores have stayed on %100 since applied and I've been hashing at 283Gh/s consistently with very low hardware error rate now. I'm not touching a thing.

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well now that my miner has been running more then 24hrs on .99 and my 'at pool' hashrate on slush has improved 25gh plus ...was running a very stable 555gh on .95 so waited a bit to upgrade....
(shocking what 24hrs of burn in can do)...anyway my questions:


1) enablecores download on the knc site..... do you install this the same way you install update firmware like .99 binary?

2) any danger to using this (overclocks?) core temps are higher etc? for my setup since .99 upgrade I have like 4 cores poping off/on once in a great while 1 every 1/2h or so..should I even bother?

3) the 'memory leak" people talk about when slow creep lose of hash rate (minuscule I guess) by running the knc screen all the time on the miner or putty on all the time..anyway has this leak been fixed on new version..of cgminer?   thoughts? or so lame in gh loss no big deal?

4)  as to being better dumb and lucky vs any planning on all this is $15,750 usd (21btc at 750/coin) a good haul for 31 days of mining (hell yes) and being as smug as we all are (was it unacceptable who has 11 Jupiters ...the glory...the mind boggles) ....will I ever be able go back to "bitcoin miner peasant status" if *gasp* BTC goes back down to only $200 bucks a coin..(still a good return from when I started my month of mining at $150..ah Good old BTC days or yore....where you say stuff " the good old days of btc at $150 and you mean 1 month ago*

5) Is all this BTC up Drama etc weirder then heck? as I write this www.mtgox.com is at $793 USD

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November 19, 2013, 08:31:53 AM
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3) the 'memory leak" people talk about when slow creep lose of hash rate (minuscule I guess) by running the knc screen all the time on the miner or putty on all the time..anyway has this leak been fixed on new version..of cgminer?   thoughts? or so lame in gh loss no big deal?
Only checking on it via the web interface will cause this, not monitoring via ssh/putty.

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3) the 'memory leak" people talk about when slow creep lose of hash rate (minuscule I guess) by running the knc screen all the time on the miner or putty on all the time..anyway has this leak been fixed on new version..of cgminer?   thoughts? or so lame in gh loss no big deal?
Only checking on it via the web interface will cause this, not monitoring via ssh/putty.

thanks always best to get this from the source


by the by you've been mining a long time...gonna sell all your BTC and buy and Island or something ..myself I've made 21 coins in a month with a Jupiter and the temptation to take the profits and run amuck with a sports car or and/other mid life crisis is strong..have no idea if you have like 100 plus coins what the last week feels like.


heh

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Thats the one I would get, its the cheapest >1000W PSU in the UK and gets a super high rating at jonnyguru.

Quote from: jonnyguru
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=349

With a total score even higher than the 1kW model, the EVGA G2 1300 watt unit takes everything that is good about little brother and somehow manages to completely obliterate the competition by bringing it to market at an unbeatable price. All things considered, I don't know of any one single power supply at or near this power level that can do the job any better. This... is the power supply to beat at the 1300 watt level right now. It is that damn good. This is the power supply that makes you say, "screw Platinum efficiency, I'm getting an EVGA G2 1300 instead." Heck, I want one, and I already have one.

The Good:
  • beyond excellent voltage regulation
  • beyond excellent ripple suppression
  • better than 87% efficiency all the way down to the 10% load level
  • fully modular
  • extremely affordable
  • 10 year warranty
The Bad:
  • nothing at all

The Mediocre:
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  • Capxon on the modular board


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November 19, 2013, 09:33:54 AM
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I have the same with this fuckin' UPS.

And I'm in Europe.

Fuck 'em all.......

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well now that my miner has been running more then 24hrs on .99 and my 'at pool' hashrate on slush has improved 25gh plus ...was running a very stable 555gh on .95 so waited a bit to upgrade....
(shocking what 24hrs of burn in can do)...anyway my questions:


1) enablecores download on the knc site..... do you install this the same way you install update firmware like .99 binary?

2) any danger to using this (overclocks?) core temps are higher etc? for my setup since .99 upgrade I have like 4 cores poping off/on once in a great while 1 every 1/2h or so..should I even bother?

3) the 'memory leak" people talk about when slow creep lose of hash rate (minuscule I guess) by running the knc screen all the time on the miner or putty on all the time..anyway has this leak been fixed on new version..of cgminer?   thoughts? or so lame in gh loss no big deal?

4)  as to being better dumb and lucky vs any planning on all this is $15,750 usd (21btc at 750/coin) a good haul for 31 days of mining (hell yes) and being as smug as we all are (was it unacceptable who has 11 Jupiters ...the glory...the mind boggles) ....will I ever be able go back to "bitcoin miner peasant status" if *gasp* BTC goes back down to only $200 bucks a coin..(still a good return from when I started my month of mining at $150..ah Good old BTC days or yore....where you say stuff " the good old days of btc at $150 and you mean 1 month ago*

5) Is all this BTC up Drama etc weirder then heck? as I write this www.mtgox.com is at $793 USD

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  • Yes, just like a firmware upgrade
  • enablecores just turns on any cores that were turned off from hardware errors, not sure how useful it is if using latest firmware as cgminer turns the cores on and off itself, but if going back to earlier firmware (pre 0.98) then is a must
  • as ckolivas says its purportedly due to the web interface, which makes me think its a memory leak in the API calls? ck, maybe you could clarify, would using miner.php have the same issue?
  • Get some sleep man you are rambling Smiley
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Yep I go back to .96 all the time because none of the newer firmwares do anything to improve my Jupiter except make it use more power and then after a few days lose more GH/s

So normally for me, its reflash 0.96, reboot, flash enablecores, reboot, flash bertmod (don't reboot)

You do realize the dwindle-down effect is from using the Bertmod....?...Right?
Remember the memory issue?
You are partially responsible for helping identify the leak.
The memory won't get gobbled up if you stay off the GUI, putty, and bertmod..... and just use the pool to monitor...
Just checking...

I think its just the GUI and bertmod (seeing as it becomes pare of the GUI) putty is fine according to ckolivas.

However I've also found that it only seems to affect the newer versions of cgminer in the new firmwares, although it appears fixed in .99

The firmware I use has cgminer 3.4.0 which doesn't seem to suffer from the memory leak regardless of if you are using the web interface or not.  Huh

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November 19, 2013, 09:53:27 AM
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'Orama!

Could you ask somebody at Knc what the fuck happened with the delivery?

Ups only give info to Knc cause they paid for shipping.

I'm not angry just broke a few chairs... Smiley

I've asked the local Ups customer service, they told me I'll receive them tomorrow so not a big mistake but......

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  • as ckolivas says its purportedly due to the web interface, which makes me think its a memory leak in the API calls? ck, maybe you could clarify, would using miner.php have the same issue?
Miner.php wouldn't have this issue. It's allegedly due to using the json commands to the cgminer RPC API instead of the standard API calls as in use by miner.php and elsewhere.

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From the very beginning I wished they used FedEx. There are much less mistakes with FedEx and if you pay $300 for shipping on anything with FedEx they'll buy lunch for you that day. I want my god damn shipping charges refunded back to me. Pathetic.


Really?? Do you know how close KnC were to being over a week late in being able to create any machines?

FedEx delivered the majority and all of the first batch of Beaglebones to the wrong country and then spent three days lying about the whereabouts in the final week of September. Marcus refuses to use Fedex ever again, for anything ever again. He hates them with a passion for this.

It was only because Beaglebone themselves worked through the day and night for three days solid and paid DHL to deliver expedited that there was any. Even though FedEx were well aware of the problem and Beaglebone found out and restarted manufacture, DHL still beat them.

The Beaglebones arrived Saturday, the chips Sunday, that's how close to line this project was!!

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by the by you've been mining a long time...gonna sell all your BTC and buy and Island or something ..myself I've made 21 coins in a month with a Jupiter and the temptation to take the profits and run amuck with a sports car or and/other mid life crisis is strong..have no idea if you have like 100 plus coins what the last week feels like.
Funny thing about this, I've never been a big time miner... most of my btc has come from donations or paid work in btc supporting the ecosystem. Also I happen to have a full time career that has nothing to do with computing, software or bitcoin.

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  • as ckolivas says its purportedly due to the web interface, which makes me think its a memory leak in the API calls? ck, maybe you could clarify, would using miner.php have the same issue?
Miner.php wouldn't have this issue. It's allegedly due to using the json commands to the cgminer RPC API instead of the standard API calls as in use by miner.php and elsewhere.

Cool, I hate memory leaks, tricky to track down, especially if theres multiple suspects. All I can say is that 3.4.0 with their firmware 0.96 doesn't seem to suffer from the same problem.

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  • as ckolivas says its purportedly due to the web interface, which makes me think its a memory leak in the API calls? ck, maybe you could clarify, would using miner.php have the same issue?
Miner.php wouldn't have this issue. It's allegedly due to using the json commands to the cgminer RPC API instead of the standard API calls as in use by miner.php and elsewhere.

Cool, I hate memory leaks, tricky to track down, especially if theres multiple suspects. All I can say is that 3.4.0 with their firmware 0.96 doesn't seem to suffer from the same problem.
That's because that version reported nothing via API for the device since that predates when I wrote code for it, and they never wrote any code for the device specific information.

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From the very beginning I wished they used FedEx. There are much less mistakes with FedEx and if you pay $300 for shipping on anything with FedEx they'll buy lunch for you that day. I want my god damn shipping charges refunded back to me. Pathetic.


Really?? Do you know how close KnC were to being over a week late in being able to create any machines?

FedEx delivered the majority and all of the first batch of Beaglebones to the wrong country and then spent three days lying about the whereabouts in the final week of September. Marcus refuses to use Fedex ever again, for anything ever again. He hates them with a passion for this.

It was only because Beaglebone themselves worked through the day and night for three days solid and paid DHL to deliver expedited that there was any. Even though FedEx were well aware of the problem and Beaglebone found out and restarted manufacture, DHL still beat them.

The Beaglebones arrived Saturday, the chips Sunday, that's how close to line this project was!!

My UPS tracking shows my boards left Sweden, arrived in Germany and there were sent back to Sweden. As others are in the same position we'd appreciate it if you could you provide a clear indication if this is dodgy UPS tracking or if there is another issue?

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    enablecores just turns on any cores that were turned off from hardware errors, not sure how useful it is if using latest firmware as cgminer turns the cores on and off itself, but if going back to earlier firmware (pre 0.98) then is a must[/li]

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ok ...I thought enablecores turned them all ON all the time....if enablecores just copies cgminer turning them off and on as needed I guess I don't need the enablecores.bin patch

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November 19, 2013, 10:25:36 AM
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  • as ckolivas says its purportedly due to the web interface, which makes me think its a memory leak in the API calls? ck, maybe you could clarify, would using miner.php have the same issue?
Miner.php wouldn't have this issue. It's allegedly due to using the json commands to the cgminer RPC API instead of the standard API calls as in use by miner.php and elsewhere.

Cool, I hate memory leaks, tricky to track down, especially if theres multiple suspects. All I can say is that 3.4.0 with their firmware 0.96 doesn't seem to suffer from the same problem.
That's because that version reported nothing via API for the device since that predates when I wrote code for it, and they never wrote any code for the device specific information.

Ok so I've replaced the 3.4.0 with the latest 3.8.2 and I'll run with that for 24-48 hours and see how it goes, same miner firmware that seems to work well for me, but just replace cgminer.

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        enablecores just turns on any cores that were turned off from hardware errors, not sure how useful it is if using latest firmware as cgminer turns the cores on and off itself, but if going back to earlier firmware (pre 0.98) then is a must[/li][/list]


    ok ...I thought enablecores turned them all ON all the time....if enablecores just copies cgminer turning them off and on as needed I guess I don't need the enablecores.bin patch

    thanks

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    My understanding is that the enablecores just turns them all back on as a one time shot in the arm type of thing, they can still be turned off afterwards through either the later firmwares or via a version of cgminer that supports that facility.

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