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January 10, 2014, 05:35:06 PM
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That chart is wrong most of the times. Check pools websites:
Eligius is 1.6PH/s
BTCGuild is 3.3PH/s
GHash.io is 4.7PH/s

That chart is based on solved blocks. So it's function of variance (i.e. luck) and pool's hashrate. 24h timespan it's not the best choice, though.

yes, and BTCGuild's luck has been awful the past several days
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January 10, 2014, 05:52:17 PM
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ghash.io may have have zero % fees, but I think the hidden cost comes from their small random payouts which tack on a fee of 0.001

You can't set your auto payout threshold to anything but 0.1, strange.
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January 10, 2014, 05:54:34 PM
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ghash.io may have have zero % fees, but I think the hidden cost comes from their small random payouts which tack on a fee of 0.001

You can't set your auto payout threshold to anything but 0.1, strange.

Does that translate to a 1% fee?

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January 10, 2014, 06:04:05 PM
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ghash.io may have have zero % fees, but I think the hidden cost comes from their small random payouts which tack on a fee of 0.001

You can't set your auto payout threshold to anything but 0.1, strange.

Check your facts.
There is no fee for auto payment, only for manual.

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January 10, 2014, 06:04:38 PM
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That chart is wrong most of the times. Check pools websites:
Eligius is 1.6PH/s
BTCGuild is 3.3PH/s
GHash.io is 4.7PH/s

That chart is based on solved blocks. So it's function of variance (i.e. luck) and pool's hashrate. 24h timespan it's not the best choice, though.

yes, and BTCGuild's luck has been awful the past several days

This is the KNC ASIC Miner thread right?

Did I make a wrong turn at Pools?

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January 10, 2014, 06:28:20 PM
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Just submitted for my 2nd batch Neptune refund.  So that's one extra spot for an (un)lucky person.
Don't expect a "speedy" refund, some of us have been waiting WEEKS for their refunds to be processed, and I'm sure most of them are in front of you...

phoenix, you are refunding your orders?
been thru this too many times.....    only the two in the 13k batch... keeping all the others!

ah gotcha. sorry didnt see this posted before.
no worries...   except that its taking FOREVER!.... lol

(but still within the 10 "working days")

its always instant for a company to take money, but they take their sweet ass time giving YOUR money back. sigh....
Well, it will only make me hesitate to order next time... their choice... bummer.


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January 10, 2014, 06:32:22 PM
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Just submitted for my 2nd batch Neptune refund.  So that's one extra spot for an (un)lucky person.
Don't expect a "speedy" refund, some of us have been waiting WEEKS for their refunds to be processed, and I'm sure most of them are in front of you...

phoenix, you are refunding your orders?
been thru this too many times.....    only the two in the 13k batch... keeping all the others!

ah gotcha. sorry didnt see this posted before.
no worries...   except that its taking FOREVER!.... lol

(but still within the 10 "working days")

its always instant for a company to take money, but they take their sweet ass time giving YOUR money back. sigh....
Well, it will only make me hesitate to order next time... their choice... bummer.

That will change in time as Bitcoin evolves more.
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January 10, 2014, 07:58:03 PM
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That will change in time as Bitcoin evolves more.

As long as companies know they have consumers by the balls regarding hardware preorders, none of this will change.. preorders.. refunds.. etc. When it becomes more profitable to have stuff in stock, they will have it in stock. When it's profitable to refund quickly--as they did in the past--they will do so.

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January 10, 2014, 08:33:05 PM
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Dear KnC  

"We will continue to release our devices as competitively priced as we can to protect our customers share of the network."

If you are serious about this statement

There's only really one way of doing this.   Sell  (previous customers only)  more  mining equipment now and deliver by mid February.

Even if I was to get a refund on a Neptune , with the extra mined btc , I will buy more miners from you, Neptune's or Pluto's or what ever the next miner you sell.

All serious miners realise they need to get more hashing power right now .    

You will make more monies in the long run and so will we.

Thanks for listening

Pete
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January 10, 2014, 08:36:06 PM
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Next difficulty retarget occurs at block 280223.0 (eta 2.4 days): 1930710788.0 / +36.1% [est.]
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January 10, 2014, 08:36:10 PM
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That will change in time as Bitcoin evolves more.

As long as companies know they have consumers by the balls regarding hardware preorders, none of this will change.. preorders.. refunds.. etc. When it becomes more profitable to have stuff in stock, they will have it in stock. When it's profitable to refund quickly--as they did in the past--they will do so.


I am just not sure who makes these ASIC chips, is it the companies like KNC miner or is there another manufacture like Intel?

There is a lot of really intelligent people on bitcointalk.org that know how to make the boards, so really the lag in the marketplace is the manufacture of the chips. I am surprised there isn't a company other than Avalon ASIC manufacturing ASIC chips in China, they certainly seem to have a lot of resources there.

Once the bitcoin world gets over this hurtle things will only get better. Smiley
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January 10, 2014, 08:36:20 PM
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Mining is over
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January 10, 2014, 08:38:34 PM
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Dear KnC  

"We will continue to release our devices as competitively priced as we can to protect our customers share of the network."

If you are serious about this statement

There's only really one way of doing this.   Sell  (previous customers only)  more  mining equipment now and deliver by mid February.

Even if I was to get a refund on a Neptune , with the extra mined btc , I will buy more miners from you, Neptune's or Pluto's or what ever the next miner you sell.

All serious miners realise they need to get more hashing power right now .    

You will make more monies in the long run and so will we.

Thanks for listening

Pete



They're selling the shit out of the Avalon 2 units, 200GH for $2250 is not bad at all, considering you can get it shipped right away. Forget Hashlast and cointerra, let's allow us to get some Jupiters

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January 10, 2014, 08:38:41 PM
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Next difficulty retarget occurs at block 280223.0 (eta 2.4 days): 1930710788.0 / +36.1% [est.]


Knc has said in the past they like to release their machines so the buyers get a decent ROI. At the current difficulty you need close 3TH to mine 1BTC a day. I suspect that Knc will have to really work hard to upping the hash rate on the Neptune's so the ROI is decent enough at their shipping date.

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January 10, 2014, 08:39:23 PM
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Email back from tech support today.

Hello,

From the stats you have submitted below it appears you miner is running at 624GH/s, this is likely to be caused by the odd cores disabling.
We are soon to be releasing the tuning suite for our November miners. This will allow you to control the voltage input of each die individually. Increasing the voltage on the dies with disabling cores can stop these cores from disabling.
The firmware will be released onto our website soon.


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January 10, 2014, 09:03:03 PM
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Mining is over

I remember hearing that in 2011 and a lot more often  Roll Eyes

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January 10, 2014, 09:06:53 PM
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Mining is over

I remember hearing that in 2011 and a lot more often  Roll Eyes

If BTC hits $10,000 per coin in 2014, fast mining hardware will be worth it's weight in gold...  Smiley
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January 10, 2014, 09:10:41 PM
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Mining is over

I remember hearing that in 2011 and a lot more often  Roll Eyes

If BTC hits $10,000 per coin in 2014, fast mining hardware will be worth it's weight in gold...  Smiley

Heck, if BTC goes high enough, even a Block Eruptor is valuable.

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January 10, 2014, 09:54:41 PM
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They're selling the shit out of the Avalon 2 units, 200GH for $2250 is not bad at all, considering you can get it shipped right away. Forget Hashlast and cointerra, let's allow us to get some Jupiters


This is one of the reasons I've been saying KNC is ducking on its promise. This has been going on for what, a month and a half now? 500 machines available wasn't it? At 200gh, that's.. a lot of hash power on the network.

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January 11, 2014, 12:48:16 AM
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Golly! BTC sent your way!

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