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November 27, 2013, 09:23:13 PM
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Blah Blah Blah, I'm not quoted here cause that'd be not cool to the peeps with the ignore on.

I also have you on ignore, but I found it nice and refreshing to check out what's going on at looney town once in a while and get a few laughs in the process  Cheesy Cheesy

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November 27, 2013, 09:24:22 PM
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November 27, 2013, 09:31:13 PM
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I've placed one order today 128xx, i presume they are all sold out, if i am not wrong yesterday they started when the progressive number was 109xx or 1100x, and we have to consider also that one order could contain 10 pieces.

Not everyone who placed an order has paid yet, so they might not be sold out.
They are not going to find twelve hundred idiots in existing customers that quickly. Most miners with any experience realise that pre-ordering something for delivery in 7 months time in a market as volatile as bitcoin is stupidity too risky. And those of us stung by KNC's "Ship late, ship faulty" service won't be ordering again.

dear avenger,

you had ordered jupiters also, but got a refund, is that correct ?

why do you bother to post here the usual "knc is a scaaaaam" sheit, when there are plenty of people here in this forum that do not regret their engagement into knc since it worked for them. i mean, do you really think you stating something substantial with this "knc customers are stupid" sheit on page 1100 of this thread ? where does your hate come from ?

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November 27, 2013, 09:34:52 PM
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At this point with BTC at $1000, I'd rather invest in mining hardware than buy BTC directly.


yep - his endless yammering is pointless

if he was really helpful he would of pushed me to buy LTC when I was staring at it @ $1.6 with $2000 in my btce account....(just a few weeks ago)   now $30 each   Roll Eyes
that would be 6 Neptunes for $2000

so come on Puppet, you just a one trick pony??   I thought you care so much about all our finances to help as all prosper??


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November 27, 2013, 09:58:19 PM
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I have 9 spots left on a Neptun. If someone doesnt have, only from switzerland, pm me.
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November 27, 2013, 10:05:40 PM
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I have paid for two neptune miners, but just waiting on confirmation.
It is a bit of a risk i'll suppose but he who dares Rodney and all that.

If the price keep rising like this then it should pay dividends if they arrive in Q1

By this Time Next year Rodney we will be Millionaires

$3000 btc by February perhaps?



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November 27, 2013, 10:15:28 PM
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I've placed one order today 128xx, i presume they are all sold out, if i am not wrong yesterday they started when the progressive number was 109xx or 1100x, and we have to consider also that one order could contain 10 pieces.

Not everyone who placed an order has paid yet, so they might not be sold out.
They are not going to find twelve hundred idiots in existing customers that quickly. Most miners with any experience realise that pre-ordering something for delivery in 7 months time in a market as volatile as bitcoin is stupidity too risky. And those of us stung by KNC's "Ship late, ship faulty" service won't be ordering again.

When BTC was around $100, the obvious move was to buy BTC directly instead of investing in mining hardware. Now that BTC is ~$1000, and a Neptune only costs ~10 BTC, buying BTC directly or holding is certainly not the obvious move to me.

As long as Knc delivers, and they have the best track record of any mining hardware manufacturer, I'm fairly certain that a 3000GH miner will earn back more than 10 BTC within a year (only ~.03 coins/day).

At this point with BTC at $1000, I'd rather invest in mining hardware than buy BTC directly.



But in 3 months BTC maybe 5000 USD and the unit may only return you a fraction of what you paid in BTC.
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November 27, 2013, 10:21:00 PM
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But in 3 months BTC maybe 5000 USD and the unit may only return you a fraction of what you paid in BTC.

Or BTC could drop back to $100 and there be a total glut of mining boxes everywhere...  kinda like what happened to the gaming industry in 1982

They might dump all those BFLs and USBees on top of the E.T. cartridges  Cool


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November 27, 2013, 10:22:00 PM
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I dont care what i payed in BTC or in Fiat, i have a peace of history in hand Wink The money for Neptun comes from jupiter so.....wayne Grin Part of the system!  Cool
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November 27, 2013, 10:45:46 PM
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Hello there,

I'm new to mining and I do want to preorder a neptune ASAP, but I have to wait until the second batch is open to non-previous customers, which is for ~mid december it seems.

Someone already proposed to place orders for others for free, and I really thank him for this, but we newcomers in the bitcoin wolrd, currently need nearly 2 full weeks to be able to buy even one BTC after all the account verifying/transfer performed by all the banks working with sites like bitcoin.de is complete.
- 2/3 days to have an answer for why your account can't be automatically verified because their bank doesn't have contract with yours (happens with the majority of banks in my country)
- 2/3 days for a specific transfer with a code for you to send it via email
- 1/2 days for a reply and your account validation
- 2/3 days for your transfer to fund your online account
Banks don't work on weekends, so it really takes 2 weeks to enter the bitcoin world, which is of course what is really putting a break to its global recognition.

I'm pretty sure by the time I have 15 BTC (monday ?), all the orders will already be paid (I started all the verifying process 1 week ago).

But I'm not here for ranting, I just didn't want my first post in this forum section to be a simple self-interested question without some initial introduction of my current situation, just by respect.

So here it is : will there also be a reseller program for the next batch ? I mean with a bonus like what Wesly is doing, kindly offering ~200Gh/s for each unit acquired via his link ?

I think it's a nice way to incite people to buy more of those machines than what they originaly intended, and its presence will help the wait we have to endure until we're able to preorder those state of the art ASIC miners.



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November 27, 2013, 10:49:17 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!

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November 27, 2013, 10:52:26 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!
NICE! Thats 117Gh/s more than my day1 Jup.
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November 27, 2013, 10:57:47 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!

congrat!

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November 27, 2013, 10:58:44 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!
NICE! Thats 117Gh/s more than my day1 Jup.

NICE! i will get my Nov. Jupiter tomorrow, i hope it is as fast as this one!

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November 27, 2013, 11:01:44 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!

nice! do you have that "Turbo Mode" they talked about?
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November 27, 2013, 11:03:53 PM
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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!

Please post some pictures Smiley

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Just received my Jupiter (of course coolers fell during transport but no other problem) and i want to ask 'Orama if are we supposed to remove the new metal thing that's right on top of the controller or it's there for improved airflow. I guess not, but i want to be sure.

Hashing at ~672GH (started a few minutes ago)! Thank you KnC!

Please post some pictures Smiley

+1

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November 27, 2013, 11:06:59 PM
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Hello there,

I'm new to mining and I do want to preorder a neptune ASAP, but I have to wait until the second batch is open to non-previous customers, which is for ~mid december it seems.

Someone already proposed to place orders for others for free, and I really thank him for this, but we newcomers in the bitcoin wolrd, currently need nearly 2 full weeks to be able to buy even one BTC after all the account verifying/transfer performed by all the banks working with sites like bitcoin.de is complete.
- 2/3 days to have an answer for why your account can't be automatically verified because their bank doesn't have contract with yours (happens with the majority of banks in my country)
- 2/3 days for a specific transfer with a code for you to send it via email
- 1/2 days for a reply and your account validation
- 2/3 days for your transfer to fund your online account
Banks don't work on weekends, so it really takes 2 weeks to enter the bitcoin world, which is of course what is really putting a break to its global recognition.

I'm pretty sure by the time I have 15 BTC (monday ?), all the orders will already be paid (I started all the verifying process 1 week ago).

But I'm not here for ranting, I just didn't want my first post in this forum section to be a simple self-interested question without some initial introduction of my current situation, just by respect.

So here it is : will there also be a reseller program for the next batch ? I mean with a bonus like what Wesly is doing, kindly offering ~200Gh/s for each unit acquired via his link ?

I think it's a nice way to incite people to buy more of those machines than what they originaly intended, and its presence will help the wait we have to endure until we're able to preorder those state of the art ASIC miners.





There is an option to pay via bank transfer.  So this person that offered to do it for free contact them.  But be careful, it's scam city out there.  

I would do it for you, but not for free.  I would do it for $200 + $500 to the Philippines appeal.  Im sure there will be other members, who will do it for free though.  Just be careful!

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anyone know the highest order number so far that has received a UPS tracking number for the Nov batch?

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November 27, 2013, 11:14:27 PM
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TEST_ASIC_BOARD_FOUND=FAIL

type only in your console when logged in:

cat /././var/log/initc.log


root@Jupiter-fuckoff:/var/volatile/log# cat initc.log
Return code = -11
TEST_READ_BBB_SN=OK
TEST_I2C_CONNECT=OK
TEST_LM75_TEST=OK
TEST_TPS65217_TEST=OK
TEST_TPS65217_CONFIG=OK
TEST_FPGA_CONFIG=OK
TEST_FPGA_TEST=OK
TEST_ONBOARD_EEPROM_EMPTY=OK
TEST_GET_SERIAL_NUMBER=OK
TEST_ONBOARD_EEPROM_WRITE=OK
TEST_MMC_REFLASH=OK
TEST_I2C_MUX_PROBE=OK
 Shocked TEST_ASIC_BOARD_FOUND=FAIL  Shocked
TEST_READ_IOBOARD_SN=OK
TEST_IOBOARD_SN_GOOD=OK
TEST_GET_CGMINER_CONFIG=OK
TEST_WRITE_CGMINER_CONFIG=OK

what can i do?
TEST_ASIC_BOARD_FOUND=FAIL
How did you solved this problem? I'm having the same.

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