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December 17, 2013, 03:01:20 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?

because the neptunes are going to use alot of WATTS, how will you cope with electricity bills if the BTC price is 40.00usd?

You keep crying.

They did WONDERFUL business.

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December 17, 2013, 03:02:35 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?

because the neptunes are going to use alot of WATTS, how will you cope with electricity bills if the BTC price is 40.00usd?

You keep crying.

They did WONDERFUL business.

Yes did, but not anymore its a downfall from here i am afraid

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December 17, 2013, 03:04:31 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

You lack of horizon.
Every one that starts mining as a small miner, but do have vision ends up higher at the ladder.
It doesn't matter when you begin to start mine.
Although if you start mining in 2009 you have a headstart.

Even when you start mining now with almost nothing, you will end up higher 2 years later.
Bitcoin start to get tracking.
It's just the beginning.



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December 17, 2013, 03:04:46 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?

because the neptunes are going to use alot of WATTS, how will you cope with electricity bills if the BTC price is 40.00usd?

Simple...As I mentioned earlier, request a refund and buy btc directly

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December 17, 2013, 03:05:53 PM
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I see the exchange rate about $650 more than the quoted "if" BTC price. It won't go to $40. I'd be surprised if it goes bellow $500 and stay there for more than a few days.

Anyone knows if the Oct controller board is compatible with Nov type ASIC boards? I could have an extra controller board combining my 2 Saturns into a Jup, and I'm thinking of buying 4 Nov type "upgrade" boards if KNC will make them available for purchase.

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December 17, 2013, 03:20:14 PM
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A show of hands, please?

Does anyone here know someone who's overclocking their machine? I know none of you folks, myself included, would ever void the warranty on such a valuable machine, but OC'ing appears to offer great promise for October machines and machines with die-0 issues.

One friend on mine has a October Jupiter with two die 0 boards that was pushing 495Ghs, but it skyrocketed to over 560Ghs when she edited the cgminer.sh file to look like this:

Quote
                                                             
                                if [ $p -eq 2 ]                                           
                                then                                                       
                                        cmd=$(printf "0x86,0x%02X,0x02,0x11" $c)           
                                        if [ $c -eq 1 ]                                   
                                        then                                               
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                                        fi                                                 

Is my friend's experience unique? Both bad die-0 boards are still silent, yet her hashrate is as high as my 'good' jupiter with no bad dies. Her wattage-per-die is right at 40W, so this is pushing the limits of the specifications of the VRMs, but we added extra cooling fans inside her machine to keep the temps down low to compensate. No hiccups yet!
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December 17, 2013, 03:33:50 PM
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Just wanted to quickly chime in about my experience with Kncminer.

Last week I received my bonus units, after a few initial teething problems (mostly caused by me being thick) I got everything up and running, every unit exceeded my expectations apart from one which seemed to have a fault and eventually went pop on Thursday.

Thursday evening I emailed their customer service and they immediately raised an RMA for me, the board went out Friday and I just received confirmation that it was on its way back to me now.

Great service! Thanks KNCminer

Hi lemonte,

are you referring to bonus units for selling units as a re-seller?

how do you know when buyers through your re-seller ID got their units and then how do you know when you get yours?  Does KNC send you some confirmation that this is happening?

Can you see this in the re-seller portal?

Thanks
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December 17, 2013, 03:38:20 PM
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Just wanted to quickly chime in about my experience with Kncminer.

Last week I received my bonus units, after a few initial teething problems (mostly caused by me being thick) I got everything up and running, every unit exceeded my expectations apart from one which seemed to have a fault and eventually went pop on Thursday.

Thursday evening I emailed their customer service and they immediately raised an RMA for me, the board went out Friday and I just received confirmation that it was on its way back to me now.

Great service! Thanks KNCminer

Hi lemonte,

are you referring to bonus units for selling units as a re-seller?

how do you know when buyers through your re-seller ID got their units and then how do you know when you get yours?  Does KNC send you some confirmation that this is happening?

Can you see this in the re-seller portal?

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merv77

Hi Merv,

it shows in the reseller portal, should show how many you have sold. Once you sell 10 of one, you get one for yourself.


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December 17, 2013, 03:52:40 PM
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Just wanted to quickly chime in about my experience with Kncminer.

Last week I received my bonus units, after a few initial teething problems (mostly caused by me being thick) I got everything up and running, every unit exceeded my expectations apart from one which seemed to have a fault and eventually went pop on Thursday.

Thursday evening I emailed their customer service and they immediately raised an RMA for me, the board went out Friday and I just received confirmation that it was on its way back to me now.

Great service! Thanks KNCminer

Hi lemonte,

are you referring to bonus units for selling units as a re-seller?

how do you know when buyers through your re-seller ID got their units and then how do you know when you get yours?  Does KNC send you some confirmation that this is happening?

Can you see this in the re-seller portal?

Thanks
merv77

Hi Merv,

it shows in the reseller portal, should show how many you have sold. Once you sell 10 of one, you get one for yourself.

Thats great, I've sold 12 as indicated in the reseller portal  Shocked
but how do you know when buyers received theirs and you're going to receive yours?  Or you just wait for your bonus unit like a surprise waiting to be delivered?
Did KNC contact you and tell you they are sending you the bonus unit?

I'm excited in getting my bonus  Cheesy Grin Cheesy
Thanks for the quick reply Lemonte
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December 17, 2013, 03:53:45 PM
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I see the exchange rate about $650 more than the quoted "if" BTC price. It won't go to $40. I'd be surprised if it goes bellow $500 and stay there for more than a few days.

Anyone knows if the Oct controller board is compatible with Nov type ASIC boards? I could have an extra controller board combining my 2 Saturns into a Jup, and I'm thinking of buying 4 Nov type "upgrade" boards if KNC will make them available for purchase.

I too can't see the price currently going below $500 and staying there for long - http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/mtgoxUSD#rg360ztgSza1gEMAzm1g120zm2g25zv - unless there's multiple bad news events coming over the next few weeks and months.

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December 17, 2013, 03:58:14 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?

because the neptunes are going to use alot of WATTS, how will you cope with electricity bills if the BTC price is 40.00usd?

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December 17, 2013, 04:00:01 PM
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I would say the 120 day is a good long term indicator.


Looking at it in log form going out 4 years shows it a little more clearly.

http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/mtgoxUSD#rg1460ztgSza1gEMAzm1g120zm2g25zvzl

If the price bounces at the 120 day or "hugs" the 120 day (moves sideways with small dips and pops below and above the line) hen I would agree.  The thing to watch for would be a sharp and strong move below the 120 day average.  Something like a 20% break below the 120 day would be very bearing.  In the short history of Bitocin there is only one instance in which that happened and when that support broke, the exchange rate fell 80% and it took six months to recover back to the trend line.  So a big move below the 120 day is probably the closest thing to a long term bear market indicator that Bitcoin has.  I know in the spec forum people like to call a 1 hour or 1 day move a "bear market" but late 2011 was the only real bear market Bitcoin has seen.

That being said I put the chance of testing the 120 day as low and the chance of breaking through (aka Aug 2011) even lower.
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December 17, 2013, 04:04:15 PM
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Its called consolidation.
When all the small and inexperienced guys are shaked out of the tree, BTC will rise again.
From june 2011 till now I have seen a lot of this kind of movements.


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December 17, 2013, 04:05:18 PM
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A show of hands, please?

Does anyone here know someone who's overclocking their machine? I know none of you folks, myself included, would ever void the warranty on such a valuable machine, but OC'ing appears to offer great promise for October machines and machines with die-0 issues.

One friend on mine has a October Jupiter with two die 0 boards that was pushing 495Ghs, but it skyrocketed to over 560Ghs when she edited the cgminer.sh file to look like this:

Quote
                                                           
                                if [ $p -eq 2 ]                                            
                                then                                                      
                                        cmd=$(printf "0x86,0x%02X,0x02,0x11" $c)          
                                        if [ $c -eq 1 ]                                    
                                        then                                              
                                                cmd=$(printf "0x86,0x%02X,0x03,0xE2" $c)  
                                        fi                                                

Is my friend's experience unique? Both bad die-0 boards are still silent, yet her hashrate is as high as my 'good' jupiter with no bad dies. Her wattage-per-die is right at 40W, so this is pushing the limits of the specifications of the VRMs, but we added extra cooling fans inside her machine to keep the temps down low to compensate. No hiccups yet!

take your time and read all this thread, especially tolip_wen posts. you'll find the answer to your question.

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December 17, 2013, 04:07:22 PM
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Just wanted to quickly chime in about my experience with Kncminer.

Last week I received my bonus units, after a few initial teething problems (mostly caused by me being thick) I got everything up and running, every unit exceeded my expectations apart from one which seemed to have a fault and eventually went pop on Thursday.

Thursday evening I emailed their customer service and they immediately raised an RMA for me, the board went out Friday and I just received confirmation that it was on its way back to me now.

Great service! Thanks KNCminer

Hi lemonte,

are you referring to bonus units for selling units as a re-seller?

how do you know when buyers through your re-seller ID got their units and then how do you know when you get yours?  Does KNC send you some confirmation that this is happening?

Can you see this in the re-seller portal?

Thanks
merv77

Hi Merv,

it shows in the reseller portal, should show how many you have sold. Once you sell 10 of one, you get one for yourself.

Thats great, I've sold 12 as indicated in the reseller portal  Shocked
but how do you know when buyers received theirs and you're going to receive yours?  Or you just wait for your bonus unit like a surprise waiting to be delivered?
Did KNC contact you and tell you they are sending you the bonus unit?

I'm excited in getting my bonus  Cheesy Grin Cheesy
Thanks for the quick reply Lemonte

What have you sold 12 of, Jupiters? or Neptunes?

One morning I got a UPS confirmation, then they arrived on the Monday.

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December 17, 2013, 04:22:48 PM
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How'd ya'll get folks to use your reseller link? Aside from offering free hash.

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December 17, 2013, 04:23:31 PM
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What have you sold 12 of, Jupiters? or Neptunes?

One morning I got a UPS confirmation, then they arrived on the Monday.

I've sold 12 Neptunes...

I was surprised to see it myself, I guess it paid off to have the ad in my signature, plus I paid for advertising on an online classifieds called 'Gumtree' in Australia. That was best $27.95 I ever spent.
I didn't offer free hash, but I offered free support, setup and maintenance for 12 months.

Plus I bought one myself, but I didn't use my reseller link for myself... I forgot with all the excitement when they went on sale  Tongue

I couldn't be happier  if I get a bonus  Grin  that'll make 2 Neptunes coming my way
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December 17, 2013, 04:35:34 PM
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What have you sold 12 of, Jupiters? or Neptunes?

One morning I got a UPS confirmation, then they arrived on the Monday.

I've sold 12 Neptunes...

I was surprised to see it myself, I guess it paid off to have the ad in my signature, plus I paid for advertising on an online classifieds called 'Gumtree' in Australia. That was best $27.95 I ever spent.
I didn't offer free hash, but I offered free support, setup and maintenance for 12 months.

Plus I bought one myself, but I didn't use my reseller link for myself... I forgot with all the excitement when they went on sale  Tongue

I couldn't be happier  if I get a bonus  Grin  that'll make 2 Neptunes coming my way

kudos merv.

if it was up to me I would give you two neptune as bonus just for how much I like your avatar Tongue

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December 17, 2013, 04:48:36 PM
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What have you sold 12 of, Jupiters? or Neptunes?

One morning I got a UPS confirmation, then they arrived on the Monday.

I've sold 12 Neptunes...

I was surprised to see it myself, I guess it paid off to have the ad in my signature, plus I paid for advertising on an online classifieds called 'Gumtree' in Australia. That was best $27.95 I ever spent.
I didn't offer free hash, but I offered free support, setup and maintenance for 12 months.

Plus I bought one myself, but I didn't use my reseller link for myself... I forgot with all the excitement when they went on sale  Tongue

I couldn't be happier  if I get a bonus  Grin  that'll make 2 Neptunes coming my way

kudos merv.

if it was up to me I would give you two neptune as bonus just for how much I like your avatar Tongue

Thanks sickpig,
I wish it were up to you, but you'd have to own KNC  Cool  Grin

Cheers
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What have you sold 12 of, Jupiters? or Neptunes?

One morning I got a UPS confirmation, then they arrived on the Monday.

I've sold 12 Neptunes...

I was surprised to see it myself, I guess it paid off to have the ad in my signature, plus I paid for advertising on an online classifieds called 'Gumtree' in Australia. That was best $27.95 I ever spent.
I didn't offer free hash, but I offered free support, setup and maintenance for 12 months.

Plus I bought one myself, but I didn't use my reseller link for myself... I forgot with all the excitement when they went on sale  Tongue

I couldn't be happier  if I get a bonus  Grin  that'll make 2 Neptunes coming my way

Nice work Merv! For the Jupes, i think they sent them after the 10 have sent, so presume it will be the same for the Neptunes.
It's such a great system. I worked flat out to get my Jupiters, but it's been worth it.

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