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November 24, 2013, 12:28:29 PM
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@BitcoinOrama:

Can you help me buy a Hosting service at KnC now for my Nov. Jupiter (#8743)?

I am afraid of Vietnam Customs for this special device.

Thanks!



You PM'd, but it's the weekend and no Cust serv are in until tomo, so I'll mention it then mate. Haven't heard of any issues with Vietnam, pretty sure we have sent there before...

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November 24, 2013, 12:33:33 PM
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(...)
Update

Here is that last binary without the experimental tuning for those that requested it:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer

I've renamed the experimental one. Here is an updated one with more tweaks to the tuning (does not delay before disabling):
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer-tune
(Be patient before deciding what its performance is like since it takes many minutes to stabilise)

I did nothing to the API that wasn't in the previous binary. The most likely thing if it's not working is either you changed your api allow commands, or there were two cgminer binaries running at once and one was holding onto the port while it was shutting down, not allowing the new binary to bind to the port.

good work

Jupiter: 3 perfect boards with 192/192 cores and 1 board with 187/192 cores working
firmware: 0.98-3.3v-workaround-freq (0.98.1-beta)
cgminer: cgminer-tune

results after 12h:
minor improvement in WU (~150),
Hashrate is 5-10GH/s better and more stable on client side - I'm running now slightly over specification
ok, on the pool side is no difference to notice, however it's a minor improvement on the road to max performance  Smiley

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November 24, 2013, 04:06:19 PM
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just to inform u that there is something going on with Nov. batch...  Smiley

my Status (ordernumber 85xx) has changed from 'payed' to 'in progress'.

Thats the best news all week Smiley

My order still just shows "paid" order 93xx

Another 85xx here with status changed from "paid" to "in progress".
10xxx still says 'paid'.....good to hear yours are in progress! Thanks for updating us guys!

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November 24, 2013, 04:44:15 PM
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just to inform u that there is something going on with Nov. batch...  Smiley

my Status (ordernumber 85xx) has changed from 'payed' to 'in progress'.

Thats the best news all week Smiley

My order still just shows "paid" order 93xx

Another 85xx here with status changed from "paid" to "in progress".
10xxx still says 'paid'.....good to hear yours are in progress! Thanks for updating us guys!
This is so much more exciting than UFC Black Friday @ Wal-Mart!


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November 24, 2013, 04:54:05 PM
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I noticed the BFGminer poll on the main page... anyone using it?...results?

it's there since forever Tongue

Anyway I've try to use it 2 days ago. I've compiled it from source using this instructions http://codepad.org/QKSeO5zh from an ssh session. I've let it run for 10mins but there were many cores enabled/disabled and it didn't seem to settle so I've turn it off and switched back to cgminer.



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November 24, 2013, 04:55:09 PM
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(...)
Update

Here is that last binary without the experimental tuning for those that requested it:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer

I've renamed the experimental one. Here is an updated one with more tweaks to the tuning (does not delay before disabling):
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer-tune
(Be patient before deciding what its performance is like since it takes many minutes to stabilise)

I did nothing to the API that wasn't in the previous binary. The most likely thing if it's not working is either you changed your api allow commands, or there were two cgminer binaries running at once and one was holding onto the port while it was shutting down, not allowing the new binary to bind to the port.

good work

Jupiter: 3 perfect boards with 192/192 cores and 1 board with 187/192 cores working
firmware: 0.98-3.3v-workaround-freq (0.98.1-beta)
cgminer: cgminer-tune

results after 12h:
minor improvement in WU (~150),
Hashrate is 5-10GH/s better and more stable on client side - I'm running now slightly over specification
ok, on the pool side is no difference to notice, however it's a minor improvement on the road to max performance  Smiley

do you happen to have the link for 0.98.1 beta at hand ?

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November 24, 2013, 05:18:45 PM
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I've renamed the experimental one. Here is an updated one with more tweaks to the tuning (does not delay before disabling):
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer-tune
(Be patient before deciding what its performance is like since it takes many minutes to stabilise)
Updated that binary again. It delays re-enabling them progressively more every time they're disabled. The delay between disables is back and there is now a message saying that the cores are being enabled and have finished enabling at startup. It takes ~20 seconds on my saturn!

I've used the first version of cgminer-tune on my lower perf jup for almost 20 hs and that's what I found:

- extremly more narrow min-max performance interval. It used to hash  @610-15GH/s as max (only for a few secs) and after that it went down to 450. Now it's hasghing around avg +/- 10.

- slightly higher WU (20-50)

- almost the same cgminer hashrate as before (maybe a little bit better) (I don't have data for @pool hashrate for this machine alone)

- a lot less cores disabled at the end of the road. 10 instead of 20.



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November 24, 2013, 05:30:19 PM
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(...)
Update

Here is that last binary without the experimental tuning for those that requested it:
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer

I've renamed the experimental one. Here is an updated one with more tweaks to the tuning (does not delay before disabling):
http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer-tune
(Be patient before deciding what its performance is like since it takes many minutes to stabilise)

I did nothing to the API that wasn't in the previous binary. The most likely thing if it's not working is either you changed your api allow commands, or there were two cgminer binaries running at once and one was holding onto the port while it was shutting down, not allowing the new binary to bind to the port.

good work

Jupiter: 3 perfect boards with 192/192 cores and 1 board with 187/192 cores working
firmware: 0.98-3.3v-workaround-freq (0.98.1-beta)
cgminer: cgminer-tune

results after 12h:
minor improvement in WU (~150),
Hashrate is 5-10GH/s better and more stable on client side - I'm running now slightly over specification
ok, on the pool side is no difference to notice, however it's a minor improvement on the road to max performance  Smiley

do you happen to have the link for 0.98.1 beta at hand ?

http://www.kncminer.com/userfiles/file/kncminer-0.98.1(beta).bin
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November 24, 2013, 06:11:09 PM
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Ok so added the modules, 2 into a saturn, it started with normal lights but one fan didnt spin and it was not on network. i disconnected the one with fan not spinning and now its hashing ....any suggestion for  the one that is not working ?
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November 24, 2013, 06:13:29 PM
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It looks like Phenix 1969 is right about cleaning up the power.

My old UPS was stressed out and would not support the Saturn upgrade to a Jupiter. So, I had it plugged into the wall for a couple of days.


Cheers.
Dave, you might also try connecting the 6-pin PCI-E cables directly to the modules themselves, instead of using the blue extension cords provided by Knc. I don't know if this has any effect because I never used the blue cords to begin with, but I'm thinking it can only serve to provide more stable power to the asic boards.

Once I get a power supply that seems to give less noise and is behaving properly I will give it a try. Thanks for reminding me.

It does not make sense to me that the jumper cables could be an issue -- the wiring is adequate - there are no "loose pins" -- but then I did not expect anything significant in the way of performance improvement by installing a UPS. Other than preventing shutdowns due to power dropouts that is... In retrospect it does do AVR and it has a better AC line filters -- so sure it can make sense.

Sometimes things don't makes sense till you discover the cause of a problem (sometimes unrecognized even) and analyse backwards from a solution.


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November 24, 2013, 06:14:44 PM
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Ok so added the modules, started and all the normal lights came on. The only prob is its either not hashing or not connecting to internet.....i cant find it in the net work...

By the way i have a saturn and just made it to a Jupiter.

I am about to reset it any other suggestions ?

Reset it -- do the easy things first.

My Router/Modem shows me a list of all IP addresses -- it did indeed change IP addresses even though off for only a short while.

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November 24, 2013, 06:36:56 PM
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Sorry it's off topic, but this is a real classic worth seeing

What is the Internet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUs7iG1mNjI

enjoy  Grin
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November 24, 2013, 06:51:27 PM
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Somebody linked to this a while ago -- it's still worth viewing:
Winklevoss Twins Explain Bitcoin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oGuKEazS5o


If they were to be spokesmen for the industry and explain Bitcoin to the world -- then few would understand Bitcoin, interest would evaporate and KNC would fade into non-existence.

On the other hand -- maybe it's better that somebody clueless explain Bitcoin -- to keep it under the radar.

Beware of Experts.

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November 24, 2013, 06:51:55 PM
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Go back to 0.98.1, it's more reliable for many. Most people abandonded 0.99 as a lame duck.

98.1 beta seems to be the best in my book.. I run that on both of my 5 board Neptunes (or whatever we want to call them)

the newer cgminers are starting to have better features though, so hopefully we will be able to take those and run them on 98.1 beta  (unless there are some new files in .99 that I needs that I am not aware of)

any idea where i can download the 0.98.1 beta firmware?

EDIT: never mind, sorry - i see the link now one page back!

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Somebody linked to this a while ago -- it's still worth viewing:
Winklevoss Twins Explain Bitcoin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oGuKEazS5o


If they were to be spokesmen for the industry and explain Bitcoin to the world -- then few would understand Bitcoin, interest would evaporate and KNC would fade into non-existence.

On the other hand -- maybe it's better that somebody clueless explain Bitcoin -- to keep it under the radar.

Beware of Experts.
The interviewer dubbed it an explanation...truth be known, Bitcoin really can't be explained in 3 minutes... The Winklevoss Twins are Geniuses...  and did us all a huge favor saying mining as a hobby isn't worth it.  They seem to think BTC will go beyond 40Grand a coin within the next couple years...I'm inclined to agree. Just my 2cents


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many thanks !

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November 24, 2013, 08:07:01 PM
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Hi together,

a question about mining with 5 jupiters, with stratum proxy or better without, i have an upload limit of 5 Mbit/s.

And what do you think about this psu:

Enermax Platimax 1200W, 12V Multiple Rail, 80 Plus Platinum, Full Modular ATX Power Supply EPM1200EWT
http://astore.amazon.com/zwilla-20/detail/B006WSBHTM

thx very much for feedback.

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November 24, 2013, 08:19:22 PM
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Hi together,

a question about mining with 5 jupiters, with stratum proxy or better without, i have an upload limit of 5 Mbit/s.

And what do you think about this psu:

Enermax Platimax 1200W, 12V Multiple Rail, 80 Plus Platinum, Full Modular ATX Power Supply EPM1200EWT
http://astore.amazon.com/zwilla-20/detail/B006WSBHTM

thx very much for feedback.

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although it will run, you will need a pool that allows you to set the diff really high to use it effectively....
AND....Single Rail!!!! Do yourself a HUGE Favor.. don't get a multi-rail PSU....PLEASE!


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November 24, 2013, 09:12:05 PM
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Hey has there been any info about special deals for gen 1 /batch 1 buyers in the future?

I'm sure they promised us special consideration for buying the gen 1 stuff and getting this party started....any deals on future hardware offerings?

My Saturn has paid for itself 1.5x over and I want to get something more powerful.

Let's hear about some gen 2 hardware specials...maybe something in the 2TH range?

Or send us an email with a coupon....I'd probably jump on that even if it was a pre-order.

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November 24, 2013, 09:45:36 PM
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And what do you think about this psu:

Enermax Platimax 1200W, 12V Multiple Rail, 80 Plus Platinum, Full Modular ATX Power Supply EPM1200EWT
http://astore.amazon.com/zwilla-20/detail/B006WSBHTM

thx very much for feedback.

fubly

I use that PSU on a Jupiter.  I put each module on a separate rail.  It's worked flawlessly so far.  I'm confident it will work fine with Nov. units as well.
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