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November 27, 2013, 01:02:07 AM
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Dead Die update

Got an RMA'd board back and it ran fine for a few days and a die died..   Turned off the fan, let it heat up to 82c and it came back on (switched to FW 94 from 98.1 beta for this)

let it cool with fan and run stable for 5 mins then switched it back to 98.1 and running fine.


so where is that tuning app KNC??   we need it


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November 27, 2013, 01:04:18 AM
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Also sorry buddy but if the coin price crashes next year is not a justifiable excuse for a company to stomach that cost. That's your risk to take buddy. So the decision is yours...

So basically "All refunds will be refunded in dollars and you can refund up to shipment" is a misleading statement and not entirely true.

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November 27, 2013, 01:05:02 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

drill a little bit farther and plug into your neighbor's line!!

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November 27, 2013, 01:06:25 AM
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Also sorry buddy but if the coin price crashes next year is not a justifiable excuse for a company to stomach that cost. That's your risk to take buddy. So the decision is yours...

So basically "All refunds will be refunded in dollars and you can refund up to shipment" is a misleading statement and not entirely true.

That does sound misleading, but on the other hand, how would you do it better?
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November 27, 2013, 01:18:04 AM
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Also sorry buddy but if the coin price crashes next year is not a justifiable excuse for a company to stomach that cost. That's your risk to take buddy. So the decision is yours...

So basically "All refunds will be refunded in dollars and you can refund up to shipment" is a misleading statement and not entirely true.

That does sound misleading, but on the other hand, how would you do it better?

I am not saying they should offer refunds if BTC was to crash - I realize that can potentially happen and I accept it.
But I would not write such bold statements if they are not true.
Or at least include a disclaimer so people are fully aware under what circumstances refunds are to be given.

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November 27, 2013, 01:24:57 AM
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Dead Die update

Got an RMA'd board back and it ran fine for a few days and a die died..   Turned off the fan, let it heat up to 82c and it came back on (switched to FW 94 from 98.1 beta for this)

let it cool with fan and run stable for 5 mins then switched it back to 98.1 and running fine.


so where is that tuning app KNC??   we need it



ya amen to that...I've noticed that my saturn will run fine for about 4 days on .98 and then all of a sudden a dead die...restart machine will get it back thou...i usually have 1-2 cores off with temps around 58c....

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November 27, 2013, 01:32:49 AM
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Dead Die update

Got an RMA'd board back and it ran fine for a few days and a die died..   Turned off the fan, let it heat up to 82c and it came back on (switched to FW 94 from 98.1 beta for this)

let it cool with fan and run stable for 5 mins then switched it back to 98.1 and running fine.


so where is that tuning app KNC??   we need it



I also notice that heat helps recover the units full potential.
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November 27, 2013, 01:50:38 AM
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Dead Die update

Got an RMA'd board back and it ran fine for a few days and a die died..   Turned off the fan, let it heat up to 82c and it came back on (switched to FW 94 from 98.1 beta for this)

let it cool with fan and run stable for 5 mins then switched it back to 98.1 and running fine.


so where is that tuning app KNC??   we need it



I also notice that heat helps recover the units full potential.

Yes, which doesn't make sense.  Heat pops electrons from impurities triggering activity on fet gates causing illogic.  So, the heat must improve functionality via expansion or warping.  Wonder if it's a characteristic of the super large IC.  Wondered if there might be an expansion and contraction issue like with Dell laptop Nvidia gpus where the ball grid array develops opens.  You'll not see me putting heat on a ~$1000 chip like I would to a laptop motheboard gpu and fortunately mine are fine.



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November 27, 2013, 02:11:11 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

Have a service host it for you... perhaps KNC or AnotherHost.
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November 27, 2013, 02:27:56 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

Have a service host it for you... perhaps KNC or AnotherHost.
Or me! (I have ~6 on order already)
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November 27, 2013, 02:35:47 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

Have a service host it for you... perhaps KNC or AnotherHost.
Or me! (I have ~6 on order already)

Yes, sorry!  Add MinerSource.net to that list.

Bobsag3, I may be contacting you in a few months.  Wink
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November 27, 2013, 02:40:10 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

Have a service host it for you... perhaps KNC or AnotherHost.

I would not mind hosting it with KNC but I'm not sure whether they want to do that still otherwise the hosting option would be available during purchase.

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November 27, 2013, 02:40:14 AM
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will there be a half Neptune,  a 1.5TH machine?

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November 27, 2013, 02:41:41 AM
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will there be a half Neptune,  a 1.5TH machine?

The Uranus?

I for one would gladly plunge my BTC into a KnC Uranus

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November 27, 2013, 02:46:41 AM
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Power might be the reason for me to not purchase. At least for my apartment, I can't use other power hungry devices when the miner is on --- the circuit break will be triggered

Have a service host it for you... perhaps KNC or AnotherHost.
Or me! (I have ~6 on order already)

Yes, sorry!  Add MinerSource.net to that list.

Bobsag3, I may be contacting you in a few months.  Wink

No problem. Im having a 400A 240V pannel installed just for the 2kw+ miners that seem to be coming out.
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November 27, 2013, 02:51:20 AM
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will there be a half Neptune,  a 1.5TH machine?

The Uranus?

I for one would gladly plunge my BTC into a KnC Uranus

It's like living in Kansas, and every new person you meet on vacation says "You're not in Kansas anymore"

Glad you could join the discussion with that.

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November 27, 2013, 02:55:16 AM
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This isn't my first time in this thread, but I couldn't resist.  I don't have anything against KnC, and would like a 750 GH/s product so I wouldn't have to worry about breaker problems in my house.

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November 27, 2013, 03:14:20 AM
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This isn't my first time in this thread, but I couldn't resist.  I don't have anything against KnC, and would like a 750 GH/s product so I wouldn't have to worry about breaker problems in my house.

I would too. I don't mind the total hashing power but I'd like it distributed among many mining units so I can litter the miners various places.


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November 27, 2013, 03:20:42 AM
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About Neptune numbers, 3THash for $16k, by early 2014..

3THash takes up to 3kWh power now, means, $2628 for electricity a year @ $0.10.

30% efficiency would be, $876 savings a year on KNC 20nm machines.
$1752 at $0.20, and
$2628 for $0.30 a kWh power.

For 6THash,
CoinTerra - 3x2THash = $18k
KNC 20nm - 2x3THash = $32k

That's $14k extra, for ~$1760 savings a year, or $3520 for two years, at $0.10.
At $0.20 kWh, $3520 and $7040.
At $0.30 kWh, $5280 and $10.5K.

Worth it? Correct me, if I'm wrong.

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November 27, 2013, 03:41:27 AM
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bam, used wesly's reseller link for neptune #2....hope it works out for us that used the link as it will for him....wooo hooo
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