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December 27, 2013, 02:47:38 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

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December 27, 2013, 02:48:35 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

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December 27, 2013, 02:55:51 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

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December 27, 2013, 04:04:54 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

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December 27, 2013, 04:10:21 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?

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December 27, 2013, 04:12:10 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?


ack probably not..i'm just guessing others?  you could just run the cable directly from power supply and bypass that blue cable right? see if that helps...assumine it is long enough...
if i remember right just elimitate it from the chain of cable?

again just guessing here as a hedge others on here should know more




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December 27, 2013, 04:17:52 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?


ack probably not..i'm just guessing others?  you could just run the cable directly from power supply and bypass that blue cable right? see if that helps...assumine it is long enough...
if i remember right just elimitate it from the chain of cable?

again just guessing here as a hedge others on here should know more




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It should be very slightly warm but not hot.  I didn't know this and my 2 boards in jupiter burned.  The power cable caught fire. See my posts here regarding this experience http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/hardware/25643-november-batch-jupiter-on-fire
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December 27, 2013, 04:27:22 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?


ack probably not..i'm just guessing others?  you could just run the cable directly from power supply and bypass that blue cable right? see if that helps...assumine it is long enough...
if i remember right just elimitate it from the chain of cable?

again just guessing here as a hedge others on here should know more




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It should be very slightly warm but not hot.  I didn't know this and my 2 boards in jupiter burned.  The power cable caught fire. See my posts here regarding this experience http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/hardware/25643-november-batch-jupiter-on-fire

How warm are we talking though? I think maybe I should try my other PSU?

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December 27, 2013, 04:40:23 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?


ack probably not..i'm just guessing others?  you could just run the cable directly from power supply and bypass that blue cable right? see if that helps...assumine it is long enough...
if i remember right just elimitate it from the chain of cable?

again just guessing here as a hedge others on here should know more




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It should be very slightly warm but not hot.  I didn't know this and my 2 boards in jupiter burned.  The power cable caught fire. See my posts here regarding this experience http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/hardware/25643-november-batch-jupiter-on-fire

How warm are we talking though? I think maybe I should try my other PSU?


Just my experience with my jupiter,  if the cables feel warn especially on the connectors, then keep an eye on it.  I feel the cables ever few hours when at home.  If you smell anything like a burnt smell check the cables on both the connectors and the PSU.  My smoke detector didn't go off when it caught fire.  Just can't be too careful.  Good luck.
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December 27, 2013, 04:46:07 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?

Try closing the barrels a bit so they are more snug on the pins of the mating clip.

If some, say 2 of the 4, are loose and not making good contact then the other 2 will be carrying more current and that could cause excessive heat.



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December 27, 2013, 04:52:59 AM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?

Try closing the barrels a bit so they are more snug on the pins of the mating clip.

If some, say 2 of the 4, are loose and not making good contact then the other 2 will be carrying more current and that could cause excessive heat.

How do I close the barrels? (lol)... sorry Smiley

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December 27, 2013, 08:47:31 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

Oct Nov shipped, firmware somewhat stable. No information yet except vague timeline of Q1/Q2.
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December 27, 2013, 09:11:49 AM
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How's this 20nm asics are being developed? Everything on track so far? Next milestone?

Oct Nov shipped, firmware somewhat stable. No information yet except vague timeline of Q1/Q2.


Cool.. Cool

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December 27, 2013, 10:31:15 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/products/neptune-second-batch

One month gap.. means, one month gap between last miner of first batch and first miner of the second batch?

2014-Q2, June 30 second batch shipment starts, then that would be, all first batch miners shipped before May 31st.

If you do a third batch Q2 release announcement with one month gap from second batch, then this would push your first batch shipments by April 30. Smiley

Be a bit more clear guys.. great news, anyways.

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December 27, 2013, 10:35:51 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/products/neptune-second-batch

One month gap.. means, one month gap between last miner of first batch and first miner of the second batch?

Be a bit more clear guys..


Thats what it means.

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December 27, 2013, 10:52:45 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/products/neptune-second-batch

One month gap.. means, one month gap between last miner of first batch and first miner of the second batch?

2014-Q2, June 30 second batch shipment starts, then that would be, all first batch miners shipped before May 31st.

If you do a third batch Q2 release announcement with one month gap from second batch, then this would push your first batch shipments by April 30. Smiley

Be a bit more clear guys.. great news, anyways.

They haven't promised anything, but in various interviews they have said that they expect to start shipping neptunes in march, after their "network protection period".

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December 27, 2013, 12:15:34 PM
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Is it normal for the blue ASIC power supply clip (white clip from PSU to blue cable) to get hot? The other cables aren't really hot or hot at all, but this clip is quite warm although I can still hold onto it for a while without having to remove my fingers due to the heat?
My ones measure from 28C for the coolest to 31C for the hottest on my November Jupiter.
At the price we paid gold plated connectors would have been nice.
I guess they bought the extension cables from the lowest bidder.  Grin

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December 27, 2013, 12:38:59 PM
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At the price we paid gold plated connectors would have been nice.

Gold is actually a worse conductor of electricity than copper. It does have the advantage of not corroding, but a clean copper connector would be better than a gold plated one Wink.
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December 27, 2013, 01:33:56 PM
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It could also be that one of the other wires had no connection. (insulation in crimp)
The remaining now have more load than they the can handle.

Without disparaging the choice of conductor material.
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December 27, 2013, 02:22:17 PM
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I've been trying to determine if the next unconfirmed batch of Jupiters will be worth buying and want to share my estimates. Please keep in mind that my goal is to be somewhere between pessimistic and realistic.

Assumptions:
  • Next batch will be delivered by the first week of February 2014
  • Hash rate will by 670GH/s
  • Difficulty will increase at 25% per adjustment for the lifetime of the Jupiter
  • Shipping costs will be $136.80 (based on previous Jupiter shipments)
  • Power supply will cost $200
  • Power consumption will be 900W @ $0.15/kWh
  • $700/BTC
  • No VAT or customs fees (I'm in the US)

Using the above assumptions, the next batch of Jupiters should generate 8.52 BTC before becoming unprofitable based on this calculator. Subtract the electric costs and the remaining BTC will be worth $5340.95 @ $700/BTC.

tl;dr - I think the next batch of Jupiters need to be priced below $4,995 to be profitable.

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