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December 24, 2013, 06:16:47 PM
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Is there any new (EU) Neptune potential customers interested in - www.redstarmining.com - offering hosting in the US so you can avoid >20% import VAT.  Our electricity costs we pay are good too at =<$0.12 per kWh.  RSM is two years old in January so you don't have to worry about us running off in the night.  We don't have a offer price yet and was just initially gauging interest before we start the designs for our data-centre.

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December 24, 2013, 06:18:36 PM
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here's another update after updating firmware to kncminer-0.99.1-tune_October.bin

I got 2 Christmas presents mining at eligius   Grin Grin Grin

I found 2 blocks 18 and 19 hours ago only 1 hour and 31 minutes apart...   wooohooo...!

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December 24, 2013, 06:29:46 PM
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hw errors eligius continues same
after few hours

i continue dont know why knc ask psu 1200W if only max 700w

Eligius blows. Pay the fee and use The Guild. Nothing but bliss and payouts like clock work.


Why does Eligius blow? Just wondering its been better then the guild for me.
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December 24, 2013, 06:33:05 PM
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Are we sure there isn't a placebo affect going on here with this unofficial firmware? I read one dude had to go back to the older version cause it was worse. Then others say hash rate is up. Maybe just because of the reboot? I'm using .99 firmware and rock steady on 561Gh/sec. It hasn't moved from there since I changed my power supply to the Corsair RM1000. I use to use the RM850, but that didn't have 4 PCI-E connections. The RM1000 has I think 6 of them. And of course it is silent. I'd love to keep mining but this damn bitcoin crash is driving me nuts. I do call it a crash since it was over $1000 not too long ago. Getting tired of seeing $650, either go up or down damn it!



Crash  Huh

When I bought my miners the price was $150 and I made plans to ROI in 6 months.
$1000 was too good to be true. $600 is fu**ing awesome. $300 would be great.

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I had similar estimates when I bought my Jupiter back in June

All depends on your perspective I guess. If you never had any dealing with bitcoin and weren't involved financially and saw one day it was $1200 and then two weeks later it was $600, that would be a crash. I always forget how much bitcoin was when I bought my October miner. I guess I'm just spoiled cashing on when it was $1000.

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December 24, 2013, 06:35:49 PM
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hw errors eligius continues same
after few hours

i continue dont know why knc ask psu 1200W if only max 700w

Eligius blows. Pay the fee and use The Guild. Nothing but bliss and payouts like clock work.


Why does Eligius blow? Just wondering its been better then the guild for me.

Because I think the payout system there blows and the stats/info you get back aren't nearly as informative as The Guild's.  I also like the manual payout feature which Eligius does not have. I've had good hash rate, but trying to get paid was another issue. So I went to the Guild and been paying fees ever since. Their dashboard and informative charts are at my finger tips and very clean and easily read.

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December 24, 2013, 06:39:06 PM
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hw errors eligius continues same
after few hours

i continue dont know why knc ask psu 1200W if only max 700w

Eligius blows. Pay the fee and use The Guild. Nothing but bliss and payouts like clock work.


Why does Eligius blow? Just wondering its been better then the guild for me.

Because I think the payout system there blows and the stats/info you get back aren't nearly as informative as The Guild's.  I also like the manual payout feature which Eligius does not have. I've had good hash rate, but trying to get paid was another issue. So I went to the Guild and been paying fees ever since. Their dashboard and informative charts are at my finger tips and very clean and easily read.


Suckers everywhere,

Pay 3% for pretty colors and "quicker payouts" because you don't know how to use the "My Eligius" Features.

People are trying to maximize their money, if I had to pay a 3% fee I would have paid BTC Guild BTC16, I hardly believe their stats and manual payout feature is worth that.

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December 24, 2013, 06:53:18 PM
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Is there any new (EU) Neptune potential customers interested in - www.redstarmining.com - offering hosting in the US so you can avoid >20% import VAT.  Our electricity costs we pay are good too at =<$0.12 per kWh.  RSM is two years old in January so you don't have to worry about us running off in the night.  We don't have a offer price yet and was just initially gauging interest before we start the designs for our data-centre.

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December 24, 2013, 08:06:14 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.

Thanks Cyper but I don't use Bertmod. Tried to restart, then install. Nothing just an error message.

I let it run, don't mess with it. I like what I got. (990 at pool Smiley

I hope yours running fine too... Smiley

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December 24, 2013, 08:18:29 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.

Thanks Cyper but I don't use Bertmod. Tried to restart, then install. Nothing just an error message.

I let it run, don't mess with it. I like what I got. (990 at pool Smiley

I hope yours running fine too... Smiley

I just installed Bertmod and BFGminer is running just fine. Could't make it work with the manual install method posted by tolip.

But the disabled core message is different and if I understand correctly each of the 768 cores have a unique name:
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KNC 3er: Disabled. 10 hwerr in 111.242 / 73.458 . disabled 10 s

is 3er the unique name for one of the cores?

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December 24, 2013, 11:20:03 PM
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I have been running 6 Jupiters at btcguild for the past 4 weeks, before that I had Jupiters on Giga's pool and ghash (and I still have Jupiters on bitminter)

Btcguild's luck remains consistently at 103%+/-0.7 and is 103.02% at the moment. They have at least 99.9% uptime and have a semi private VIP server. They also report your past 24-hrs-income which you can compare to the calculator on bitcoinwisdom.

Btcguild has had >100% luck in say the last 8 weeks of organofcorti reports and has had higher luck than ghash every single week since ghash were included in the stats.

Btcguild pays out orphaned blocks also. No other pool I am aware of does.

Organifcorti's analysis is based on blocks solved by the pool (not blocks accepted to the blockchain) so if you consider a block reject rate of 1-2%, then the "0 fee pool" loses much advantage.
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The uptime of the number 1 pool is probably 97% or so, where their 0% fee loses advantage.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6vYF5nGRo9k/Uq1EHyHxoII/AAAAAAAAKng/RH68--XIE3U/s1600/4.hashratePerBlock.15-12-2013.png
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December 24, 2013, 11:38:05 PM
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I have been running 6 Jupiters at btcguild for the past 4 weeks, before that I had Jupiters on Giga's pool and ghash (and I still have Jupiters on bitminter)

Btcguild's luck remains consistently at 103%+/-0.7 and is 103.02% at the moment. They have at least 99.9% uptime and have a semi private VIP server. They also report your past 24-hrs-income which you can compare to the calculator on bitcoinwisdom.

Btcguild has had >100% luck in say the last 8 weeks of organofcorti reports and has had higher luck than ghash every single week since ghash were included in the stats.

Btcguild pays out orphaned blocks also. No other pool I am aware of does.

Organifcorti's analysis is based on blocks solved by the pool (not blocks accepted to the blockchain) so if you consider a block reject rate of 1-2%, then the "0 fee pool" loses much advantage.
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1.The "luck" calculation is based on the number of shares per solved block - not shares per block accepted by the network.
The uptime of the number 1 pool is probably 97% or so, where their 0% fee loses advantage.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6vYF5nGRo9k/Uq1EHyHxoII/AAAAAAAAKng/RH68--XIE3U/s1600/4.hashratePerBlock.15-12-2013.png
http://organofcorti.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/december-22nd-2013-weekly-pool-and.html?m=1

I have 1 major concern: I want to be able to verify easily that in fact the pool luck is 103%, which can only happen by adding all proof of work for all solved block for the current difficulty and divide by the number of blocks.

In regards to no other pool paying for orphaned blocks: Bitminter pays too if you activate the Worker perk, which 1.5% on top of the 1% mandatory fee:

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December 24, 2013, 11:43:17 PM
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What news we have about the 20nm miners?
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December 24, 2013, 11:47:01 PM
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What news we have about the 20nm miners?


Nothing and I doubt we'll have anything substantial for at least a couple of months.

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December 25, 2013, 03:14:40 AM
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What news we have about the 20nm miners?


Nothing and I doubt we'll have anything substantial for at least a couple of months.
Except that batch 3 is being sold right now... Sad


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December 25, 2013, 03:38:31 AM
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While I think it would be nice for the KNC gear to be priced more competitively, there is still the chance they will do this when they open up Jupiter orders next week.

They only said that they might be offering more Jupiters for sale.  I don't understand why so many people seem to think that they will for sure.

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December 25, 2013, 04:02:14 AM
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Not really sure how good a jupiter would do by then? they are what 500 gh/s +_ 10% thats around 1 to 1.5 a month? but then i am not sure of the difficulty

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December 25, 2013, 04:20:05 AM
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Not really sure how good a jupiter would do by then? they are what 500 gh/s +_ 10% thats around 1 to 1.5 a month? but then i am not sure of the difficulty

Obviously you have not been paying attention.   Roll Eyes
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December 25, 2013, 04:43:05 AM
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Not really sure how good a jupiter would do by then? they are what 500 gh/s +_ 10% thats around 1 to 1.5 a month? but then i am not sure of the difficulty

Obviously you have not been paying attention.   Roll Eyes

Hey thanks for the info

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December 25, 2013, 04:49:17 AM
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They only said that they might be offering more Jupiters for sale.  I don't understand why so many people seem to think that they will for sure.

3 reasons.

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2. $$
3. $$$

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December 25, 2013, 06:13:59 AM
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Does anyone know how much the power consumption of the Neptune will be? An educated guess? I already have an order on the Bitmine 2TH rig which consumes 3 KW so I can't have anything more than 2 KW in my apartment Smiley

Also, how high is the risk of fire on these rigs? I am concerned since we don't have smoke detectors in our old Denmark apartments, and having two units would double the risk. From what I have read on these forums KnC units have been going up in smoke now and then. Does such an event lead to a fire hazard inside an apartment?

I am totally new to this mining merry-go-round so advise from experienced hands will be very useful  Cheesy
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