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June 22, 2013, 03:15:55 PM
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Actually we should be questioning why you hate chainsaws...they are one of the top 5 all time contributions of man along with bacon, scotch, shotguns and stripper polls

Everything you say is suspect from this point forward

Hey! There's no room for Bitcoin in your top 5!!

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.2520


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Huh What should I know about it? I don't know anything about it. Are you talking about receiving an email? You just signed upto receive them, didn't you?

copy the wrong link. I meant the question about ordering chips and expected delivery date. Have you received a response?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237114.msg2508344#msg2508344


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Only that next week this will be answered, there's a progress report next week. This was mentioned in the thread about PSU choice.

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June 22, 2013, 04:52:44 PM
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Sorry, you're assuming I'm their PR?! Now I know you haven't read this thread.

No I don't really think you are PR for KNC, they would have fired you long ago.
I meant that this whole bitcointalk thing is the worst pr ever for KNC to rely on.

I kind of get the impression you are trying to sabotage KNC, I know you have certainly helped to sway me away from KNC, and bitcointalk in general.

...said the 6 post guy that obv didn't read the whole story.

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June 22, 2013, 06:02:08 PM
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Strange how half of his posts are deleted.....

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June 22, 2013, 06:19:53 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?
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June 22, 2013, 06:25:46 PM
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Dear all, i read everywhere about a potential kncminer bitfunder IPO but I haven't seen proof. Am I chasing unicorns or do concrete detail exist somewhere and if so, where may I find them?

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June 22, 2013, 06:39:30 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).
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June 22, 2013, 06:45:14 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

Scientists/Engineers usually measure in mm, and m, and this sure as hell ain't metres!


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June 22, 2013, 06:47:35 PM
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Time is everything any knc chips?

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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

I think the size is probably mm so 16cm X 16cm X 20cm  Grin





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June 22, 2013, 07:04:52 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

Usually sizes are in mm, not cm!

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June 22, 2013, 07:09:28 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

Usually sizes are in mm, not cm!

I agree mm, but poor practice not to label the units...
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June 22, 2013, 07:17:17 PM
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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

Usually sizes are in mm, not cm!

I agree mm, but poor practice not to label the units...

Indeed, but I think we can all agree that in a project, especially one that is a race so to speak, specifications such as dimensions are hardly set in stone, and subject to change...so I don't think that sketch is anything but a crude interpretation.

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June 22, 2013, 07:34:16 PM
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So... On another topic you want to know why I am so sold on the Jupiter? Heat. Short of gpu mining there is nothing that even comes close to that sort of power consumption in a single unit.

1 kw of electricity is about 3400 btu. Doesn't matter if that 1000w is going through an ASIC or baseboard heater or whatever.

I hate chainsaws, but have told my parents they would never have to pay for heat, so this year I am going to upgrade their electrical system, then use my Jupiter + 2000 watts of other mining hardware to heat their house.

They will have to open windows when they are too warm, they will love it.

Then when the units get unprofitable, by next winter or whatever, if it isn't free heat they are producing, it will certainly be cheap heat, and ideally I could fit them with a thermostat.

Perhaps this is the wrong place to talk about this.

Owa, I know gpu farms get hot, but I think it will be difficult to heat a house with ASICs!!

As Sam said these things need to be operable 24/7 in locations like Dubai. Central heating usage in summer is not what they're famed for in Saudi Arabia!!

I mean at best I imagine a mildly warm box, not a replacement electric heater...

The OP is correct - it doesn't matter if the 1000w are going through an electric space heater or an ASIC or a standard server - the output of heat in BTU is the same. We don't know exactly how much power it will draw and in fact KnC has told us all to not go out and buy PSUs until they finish the spec. Once we know the draw, we'll know how many BTU the output will be.

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June 22, 2013, 07:49:41 PM
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I personally don't think KnC is done surprising us.  They have exceeded expectations in regards to Hash power / $ and I believe they will exceed expectations in Hash power / Kwh as well.  Sam's comments about not buying a PSU yet just prove it.

Loving KnC so far.
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June 22, 2013, 09:16:16 PM
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You have to remember you haven't seen the final form Saturn/Jupiter will take. Those accepting delivery, may be a different form factor to those being housed, which will take more of a rack mounted server case form factor...
That would be fantastic.

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I'm 40th. But do not look every day there are systems to avoid doing so.  Grin Grin Grin
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The OP is correct - it doesn't matter if the 1000w are going through an electric space heater or an ASIC or a standard server - the output of heat in BTU is the same. We don't know exactly how much power it will draw and in fact KnC has told us all to not go out and buy PSUs until they finish the spec. Once we know the draw, we'll know how many BTU the output will be.

hmmm ....  contemplating how to heat swimming pool with miners during spring-fall and the house during winter ....


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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?
Seriously, the site says 60x60x120, that better not be centimeters! I wanna get one into a datacenter <_<

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I personally don't think KnC is done surprising us.  They have exceeded expectations in regards to Hash power / $ and I believe they will exceed expectations in Hash power / Kwh as well.  Sam's comments about not buying a PSU yet just prove it.

Loving KnC so far.
Would be hilariously awesome if they also shipped in August ^_^ Underpromise, overdeliver.

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Where did the info on the units' sizes come from -- do we have a solid idea on what they will be?

Looks like on KnC's site, they list Jupiter at 160 x 160 x 200 (I'm assuming cm), and 4kg weight. For those of us who are metrically-challenged Wink that converts to roughly 5ft x 5ft x 6.5ft, and just under 9 lbs.

And that's just one unit...! I'm hoping that they've managed to scale it down a bit, but I've opted at this point to use their hosting plan (whenever they have more info).

I think the size is probably mm so 16cm X 16cm X 20cm  Grin

Correct, but that's small, I will be surprised if they are not bigger

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