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November 28, 2013, 12:48:41 PM
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i got a reseller account for the neptune purchase.

https://www.kncminer.com/categories/miners?resellerid=366



if anyone considers to buy via our reseller account please send pm, since we have a nice little treat for you at our party

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November 28, 2013, 12:50:24 PM
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for the files:

My Nov. Jupiter just arrived today at 11am at my home (germany)
and hashing now at 658 GH/s. connected to a CoolerMaster M2 1000W PSU.

(all ventilators are maunted correct, packing was in well condition. Pool data was preconfigured to my Guild Account)
(no additional package Content , no bill, no Manual - nothing except the miner)

My OrderNr.: Order #856x  Status changed at saturday to : in Progress -> yesterday changed to Shipped (Payed)
UPS shipping mail was comming yesterday: advice to delivery today.

all was going fine!




So ..what we need to know now is why Nov boards are so much faster.
Thx for the info, good luck Smiley

November boards were redesigned. KNC saw all the mistakes on their original October boards, used us like ginney pigs, then applied those fixes to the November hardware. You'll still see people having problems and issues with their October hardware. Those first miners that KNC made were to be honest, made pretty bad. Temps all over the place, cores shutting down all day, just too much tweaking and attention something needs that usually is supposed to sit there with no intervention at all for months at a time. This is why I was also weary of their car priced Neptune rig. First people to get those will be the ginney pigs again I guess.
One of our modules in a Jupiter isn't functioning at all and it's a November unit.
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November 28, 2013, 12:54:46 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.
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November 28, 2013, 01:02:10 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

Support will go through some troubleshooting steps but get an RMA organised and just ship the faulty module that way you should only be down 140G for the few days needed to turnaround the RMA

One thing to check is try plugging in one of the other boards into the cable of the faulty one just to rule out it's not the port on the beagleboard controller.

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November 28, 2013, 01:16:10 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.

WARNING it's reported that none of the old firmware works with the new Nov miners. You could brick the device using anything but the supplied firmware.

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November 28, 2013, 01:18:08 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.

WARNING it's reported that none of the old firmware works with the new Nov miners. You could brick the device using anything but the supplied firmware.

thank you for the usefull hint! very important!
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November 28, 2013, 01:26:15 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.

WARNING it's reported that none of the old firmware works with the new Nov miners. You could brick the device using anything but the supplied firmware.

thank you for the usefull hint! very important!

Yes, I was there... lost almost a day of mining :/

But, there is a way to fix it, since even after flashing it keeps the needed files:
- login to your Jupiter by ssh
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt/1
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p2 /mnt/2
cp /mnt/2/initramfs.bin /mnt/1/initramfs.bin
shutdown -r now
- after it comes back up, if it still doesn't work, do an hard reset and power off/on and then it should finally work

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November 28, 2013, 01:35:04 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.

WARNING it's reported that none of the old firmware works with the new Nov miners. You could brick the device using anything but the supplied firmware.

thank you for the usefull hint! very important!

Yes, I was there... lost almost a day of mining :/

But, there is a way to fix it, since even after flashing it keeps the needed files:
- login to your Jupiter by ssh
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt/1
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p2 /mnt/2
cp /mnt/2/initramfs.bin /mnt/1/initramfs.bin
shutdown -r now
- after it comes back up, if it still doesn't work, do an hard reset and power off/on and then it should finally work


did hno help you on irc then?

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November 28, 2013, 01:36:02 PM
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Why do you need pictures even knc do not bother show new type, because there will be no more 28nm units Sad

Because I'm curious. And I want to see the new PCB design and the new Ericsson VRMs.

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November 28, 2013, 02:03:21 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

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November 28, 2013, 02:06:03 PM
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November Jupiters arrived today in the UK; orders in the 87## range.

One has a bad module, if it's connected the PSU trips out on a 1300 Watt EVGA supernova. If I connect it on it's own same happens, if I connect the other three modules they all work fine.

So bad module I guess, I've emailed support. Obviously this is not good as it'll have an effect on ROI.

One of the units is mine and the other my business partners so a bit awkward :-S

i had the same issue with one october jupiter until fw0.95 solved the problem.

WARNING it's reported that none of the old firmware works with the new Nov miners. You could brick the device using anything but the supplied firmware.

thank you for the usefull hint! very important!

Yes, I was there... lost almost a day of mining :/

But, there is a way to fix it, since even after flashing it keeps the needed files:
- login to your Jupiter by ssh
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt/1
mount -t vfat /dev/mmcblk0p2 /mnt/2
cp /mnt/2/initramfs.bin /mnt/1/initramfs.bin
shutdown -r now
- after it comes back up, if it still doesn't work, do an hard reset and power off/on and then it should finally work

Can you flash the module if the pcie cable isn't connected to it? if I connect it the whole thing refuses to power on?
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November 28, 2013, 02:07:11 PM
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Why do you need pictures even knc do not bother show new type, because there will be no more 28nm units Sad

Because I'm curious. And I want to see the new PCB design and the new Ericsson VRMs.


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November 28, 2013, 02:08:08 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

Oooh Cyper has developed a sting in his tail...

Make my day! Say thanks if you found me helpful Smiley BTC Address --->
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November 28, 2013, 02:09:52 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

Oooh Cyper has developed a sting in his tail...

You still coming to the Expo?

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November 28, 2013, 02:11:39 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

Oooh Cyper has developed a sting in his tail...

You still coming to the Expo?

Indeed. Cannot talk for as loooong as we did last time, as i'm there to speak to quite a few, but will def be good to say hello.

Make my day! Say thanks if you found me helpful Smiley BTC Address --->
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November 28, 2013, 02:15:20 PM
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Why do you need pictures even knc do not bother show new type, because there will be no more 28nm units Sad

Because I'm curious. And I want to see the new PCB design and the new Ericsson VRMs.



thanks bro

appriciated

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November 28, 2013, 02:16:44 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

I like when people come to the point - Goddamn I need to squeeze my stash to buy some more

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November 28, 2013, 02:17:22 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

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November 28, 2013, 02:21:41 PM
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Our little 3Th/s rigs will be little plastic Hess trucks compared to the big ones in the real world.

Do you have any idea how much the difficulty needs to be in order for your words to turn true?

Here are some simple numbers for you:

For a 3TH/s machine to make 0.1BTC daily we need a difficulty of 15 billion.
A difficulty of 15 billion = 107374 TH/s
107374 TH/s = 35791 Neptunes

Another basic calculation:

If you take all the predicted/estimated ASIC pre-orders in this topic: 22117 TH/s
And multiply that by 5 just to be on the safe side = 110585 TH/s gets you a difficulty of 15.5 billion

Is that simple enough?

Oooh Cyper has developed a sting in his tail...

You still coming to the Expo?

Indeed. Cannot talk for as loooong as we did last time, as i'm there to speak to quite a few, but will def be good to say hello.

I am gonna be your personal stalker then  Grin
Btw will you presenting anything officially or are you there just as a visitor?

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November 28, 2013, 02:22:09 PM
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I am using 2 Coolermaster V850 to power up 1 Jupiter november batch.
All together is pulling 860-865 watt at the wall.
Waiting for the rest of the jupiters.
DON'T BUY LOWER THAN 1000 WATT PSU


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