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December 23, 2013, 06:35:33 PM
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December 23, 2013, 06:37:55 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

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December 23, 2013, 06:44:21 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

Mainly the reduced hardware errors on Eligius and the inclusion of the latest release of CGMiner. TBH it's not a complete update, we wanted to give you somerthing by xmas. V isn't happy with labeling it as a complete release, but it's almost 8pm (not 7pm, damned machine clock, argh!!), as he is still to tackle something before he's entirely happy with calling it an update. It doesn't have the additional tuning kit mentioned prior. Mainly Nov boxes will see the greatest benefit.

In any case as always constructive feedback appreciated, enjoy! Happy Hols...ho ho ho!!

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December 23, 2013, 06:50:00 PM
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Nice setup, Cyper. Happy Ho Ho Hos from the Ho Ho troll
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December 23, 2013, 07:08:35 PM
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@CYPER
How much watt is your plug adapter rated?
2 plug adapter plugging into 1 plug adapter.
6 Jupiters over 1 line?
Do the cable get warm?

I use Brennenstuhl plug adapters with built-in surge protector .
Rated 3500 watt per piece.
At the wall I have another surge protector and a kill a watt installed.
I don't plug more than 2 Jupiters in 1 plug adapter.
Each pair of Jupiters is using 1 line rated 16 A 240 Volt.

I spread my Jupiters over 4 locations in case of fire or any kind of disaster.
Mayby I am a litte paranoid, but I admire your courage to plug 6 Jupiters in 1 line


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December 23, 2013, 07:12:35 PM
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I've put up a new binary for knc devices based on the new cgminer 3.9.0 that has some fixes for the high hw error on rEligius problem people are having. Note it's not comprehensively better, and to make it work even better, it is much more reliable if you start cgminer with the extra options -q -T (quiet and text only).

http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/cgminer/kncminer/cgminer

I've noticed higher hashrates overall with this binary, along with substantially lower hardware error rates especially across block changes on any pool.

Thanks conman.  So far it's working well on an October and a November unit.

Why do you think -q -T (which I'm using) gets better results?  Is the BBB not powerful enough to manage the full ncurses interface well maybe?

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December 23, 2013, 07:22:57 PM
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http://www.nytimes.com/video/business/100000002607442/mining-for-bitcoins-in-iceland.html

knc in the news, except they didnt say.

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December 23, 2013, 07:41:45 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

Mainly the reduced hardware errors on Eligius and the inclusion of the latest release of CGMiner. TBH it's not a complete update, we wanted to give you somerthing by xmas. V isn't happy with labeling it as a complete release, but it's almost 8pm (not 7pm, damned machine clock, argh!!), as he is still to tackle something before he's entirely happy with calling it an update. It doesn't have the additional tuning kit mentioned prior. Mainly Nov boxes will see the greatest benefit.

In any case as always constructive feedback appreciated, enjoy! Happy Hols...ho ho ho!!

Thanks Orama very thoughtful and nice xmas present to do a little tinkering with.  I'll update it now and report back after 12 hours of running it.

Merry Christmas to you, KNC team and all here on bitcointalk.
Cheers to all  Smiley

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December 23, 2013, 07:51:01 PM
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@CYPER
How much watt is your plug adapter rated?
2 plug adapter plugging into 1 plug adapter.
6 Jupiters over 1 line?
Do the cable get warm?

I use Brennenstuhl plug adapters with built-in surge protector .
Rated 3500 watt per piece.
At the wall I have another surge protector and a kill a watt installed.
I don't plug more than 2 Jupiters in 1 plug adapter.
Each pair of Jupiters is using 1 line rated 16 A 240 Volt.

I spread my Jupiters over 4 locations in case of fire or any kind of disaster.
Mayby I am a litte paranoid, but I admire your courage to plug 6 Jupiters in 1 line


If you mean the Watt meters, I gave a link above - it's 13A, which is a UK standard, so 3120W.

This is how I run my miners: My flat has 3x 30A circuits - one just for the cooker, which I can hack into if needed and 2x for all the wall power sockets in every room. That is 14400W for all power sockets without any safety margins.
My miners are divided into 2:
3 of them connected to a 1m long Belkin surge protected extension lead, which in turn is connected to a 5m extension lead that goes to a 13A socket.
The other 3 are the same: connected to a 1m long Belkin surge protected extension lead, which in turn is connected to a 10m extension lead that goes to another 13A socket.

So all of then are connected to one of the 30A circuits, using 2x 13A sockets.
Together they consume up to 4.6kW or around 20A.

Current usage:


Current current (I love the english language  Grin):


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December 23, 2013, 08:03:48 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

Mainly the reduced hardware errors on Eligius and the inclusion of the latest release of CGMiner. TBH it's not a complete update, we wanted to give you somerthing by xmas. V isn't happy with labeling it as a complete release, but it's almost 8pm (not 7pm, damned machine clock, argh!!), as he is still to tackle something before he's entirely happy with calling it an update. It doesn't have the additional tuning kit mentioned prior. Mainly Nov boxes will see the greatest benefit.

In any case as always constructive feedback appreciated, enjoy! Happy Hols...ho ho ho!!

Thanks Orama very thoughtful and nice xmas present to do a little tinkering with.  I'll update it now and report back after 12 hours of running it.

Merry Christmas to you, KNC team and all here on bitcointalk.
Cheers to all  Smiley

Quick update......
with new firmware kncminer-0.99.1-tune_October.bin in my October machine significant improvement, and looks with more time will be even better.

just a few minutes running and hash rate up 10GH/s and HW errors down only 1%..  will look better with more time
I report back in few hours, but looking great to begin with.

Thanks again
Cheers
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December 23, 2013, 08:08:14 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

Mainly the reduced hardware errors on Eligius and the inclusion of the latest release of CGMiner. TBH it's not a complete update, we wanted to give you somerthing by xmas. V isn't happy with labeling it as a complete release, but it's almost 8pm (not 7pm, damned machine clock, argh!!), as he is still to tackle something before he's entirely happy with calling it an update. It doesn't have the additional tuning kit mentioned prior. Mainly Nov boxes will see the greatest benefit.

In any case as always constructive feedback appreciated, enjoy! Happy Hols...ho ho ho!!

Thanks Orama very thoughtful and nice xmas present to do a little tinkering with.  I'll update it now and report back after 12 hours of running it.

Merry Christmas to you, KNC team and all here on bitcointalk.
Cheers to all  Smiley

Quick update......
with new firmware kncminer-0.99.1-tune_October.bin in my October machine significant improvement, and looks with more time will be even better.

just a few minutes running and hash rate up 10GH/s and HW errors down only 1%..  will look better with more time
I report back in few hours, but looking great to begin with.

Thanks again
Cheers


Awesome, thanks for the info.
I will test it on the November ones first and then on the October ones.

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December 23, 2013, 08:10:49 PM
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did you custom build the rack for your jupiters? or just happened to find one of the same size?

Custom Built: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_F83SbHMyg

Its called Bookshelf on wheels

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December 23, 2013, 08:15:42 PM
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@CYPER
I didn't see from the previous photo that you spread the load between 2 lines.
From the close up and your explanation I can see that it is totally safe.


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December 23, 2013, 08:15:47 PM
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did you custom build the rack for your jupiters? or just happened to find one of the same size?

Custom Built: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_F83SbHMyg

Its called Bookshelf on wheels

Purpose built bookshelf  Tongue

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December 23, 2013, 08:20:37 PM
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Amazon doesn't want to sell me the 240v power monitors in the us!!!  Sooper lame.
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December 23, 2013, 09:02:40 PM
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I can't install the new firmware...

Drops me an error message.

Same for somebody?

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December 23, 2013, 09:03:22 PM
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I can't install the new firmware...

Drops me an error message.

Same for somebody?

I have't tried yet, but maybe Bertmod is at fault.
Try to restart the miner and then flash it.

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December 23, 2013, 09:56:38 PM
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The GE modules are rated for 40 Amps, but can safely be clocked above that. 64 Amps is the max where we feel comfortable clocking the VRMs to, and strongly advise against considering anything higher. Obviously pushing things too far reduces operational life expectancy, but if it's been included in an official firmware then be confident that we are comfortable releasing it as such.

A little bit ago on irc, hno stated that you should not go over 50A, or the stress can burn the board beyond repair, cause exploding capacitors, burned traces.

So I would want you to double check before anyone blows their unit up. While the tuning suite can go that high, it was also said it was an oversight and that it should not have been able to push the VRMs to that limit.
 
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December 23, 2013, 10:20:10 PM
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This is for October boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1dyucXS

This is for November boxes ONLY: http://bit.ly/1d40PP0

Any changelog?
What's new?

Mainly the reduced hardware errors on Eligius and the inclusion of the latest release of CGMiner. TBH it's not a complete update, we wanted to give you somerthing by xmas. V isn't happy with labeling it as a complete release, but it's almost 8pm (not 7pm, damned machine clock, argh!!), as he is still to tackle something before he's entirely happy with calling it an update. It doesn't have the additional tuning kit mentioned prior. Mainly Nov boxes will see the greatest benefit.

In any case as always constructive feedback appreciated, enjoy! Happy Hols...ho ho ho!!

Thanks for the great Christmas present 'orama.  Grin
My November Jupiter is up 7GH/s at 677 and HW down to 0.7% after 35 minutes runtime.
I'll report back more tomorrow, but looking good so far!

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Orama will the new firmware be applied to hosted machines too?
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