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January 14, 2014, 06:24:56 AM
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Me too much better with 0.99.1 than 0.99.2

I haven't seen a difference in speed between 0.99.1 & 0.99.2 It just added features and security.

I myself have some kinda "genie" in my Jupiter box.....I hashed at 555gh when it was at...the first software  (what was it .90 or some such?)

it hashed at 555gh at .95

it hashes at 555gh at .99 (before tuning version)

it hashes at 555gh with the cover off and two fans on it and the temp in the basement was 51F (the Midwest deep freeze of 2 wks)

it hashes at 555gh today with the temp at 60F


its friggin processed is what it is.....

now Phonex1969 has a different genie (or did) his only worked well when the temp went up (Hawaii)

anyway go figure...me I'm probably just gonna leave the dang thing alone there is something "comforting" about just letting the thing hash a month or more (just don't bump the table..them isobar circuit breaker 8plugs are pretty slick)


now just have to make  a voodoo doll against lightning or I will have phoenix1969s fate    

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Mine doesn't vary either.  It doesn't matter what temperature or firmware version it is.

I think a lot (not all) of the tinkering people were doing were just guys that can't help but fiddle with everything electronic or mechanical, lol.  Remember the "ionizer guy"?  Wink
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January 14, 2014, 06:54:49 AM
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Yeah, I did get a chuckle out of that ionizer guy  Grin
But admittedly ... I'm a master at fiddling with stuff... lol
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January 14, 2014, 07:45:38 AM
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Phoneix , If I really have to have a monkey at the steering wheel , I think I would rather have you driving  than most the  other Pecker woods ............. As far as monkeys go ... youv'e got hairy ugly thing down pat   Grin
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January 14, 2014, 07:46:51 AM
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I think a lot (not all) of the tinkering people were doing were just guys that can't help but fiddle with everything electronic or mechanical, lol.  Remember the "ionizer guy"?  Wink

The ionizer topic was very entertaining! Maybe if we all start approving it we can start a religion? And maybe sell a few "miner overclock kits" to some BFL customers? ;P
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January 14, 2014, 09:08:19 AM
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I think a lot (not all) of the tinkering people were doing were just guys that can't help but fiddle with everything electronic or mechanical, lol.  Remember the "ionizer guy"?  Wink

The ionizer topic was very entertaining! Maybe if we all start approving it we can start a religion? And maybe sell a few "miner overclock kits" to some BFL customers? ;P

Poor kids - haven't they suffered enough?  Grin
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January 14, 2014, 01:28:51 PM
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Pretty soon our upgraded Saturn's aren't going to matter with the project I have going on, but they feel like our first baby and we still have to take care of them.

Both of our upgraded Saturn's use to hash rock steady at 560Gh/sec. We have even upgraded our power supplies so each module is on it's own line. Then slowly no matter which firmware we used the hash rate would just very slowly drop and never increase again. Both of our Saturn's are doing this and they are hooked up hashing 100 miles apart from one another. Could it be that the hardware is starting to fail? We never had to mess around with their tuning kit. Apparently their hardware isn't as good as I thought it was if only after 3-4 months starts to behave negatively. I tested the power supplies, made sure all our connections are good. The only thing left is the hardware itself. Very strange our hashing speed would just decrease from 560 all the way to 520 with no intervention at all.

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January 14, 2014, 02:01:22 PM
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Pretty soon our upgraded Saturn's aren't going to matter with the project I have going on, but they feel like our first baby and we still have to take care of them.

Both of our upgraded Saturn's use to hash rock steady at 560Gh/sec. We have even upgraded our power supplies so each module is on it's own line. Then slowly no matter which firmware we used the hash rate would just very slowly drop and never increase again. Both of our Saturn's are doing this and they are hooked up hashing 100 miles apart from one another. Could it be that the hardware is starting to fail? We never had to mess around with their tuning kit. Apparently their hardware isn't as good as I thought it was if only after 3-4 months starts to behave negatively. I tested the power supplies, made sure all our connections are good. The only thing left is the hardware itself. Very strange our hashing speed would just decrease from 560 all the way to 520 with no intervention at all.

that happens to me IF i keep the web page stat thing up on the browser to your machine via the ip....the knc web interface...now i don't use that i just power up the machine and see if all is well with putty and ssh...i also am running 99 not tuneup version

since i did that this slow drain does not happen over time...also i am on dedicated elec 20amp to the miner and dedicated ip to the miner nothing else on any of that

anyway ....all i have for all it is worth

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January 14, 2014, 02:32:46 PM
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I never keep the web stats page up at all. I barely ever use it and when I did finally use it just to checking something noticed how slow things were going.


Is there any documentation for using the "tune" firmware? Before you start to blow up your rig? How many volts? Frequency, anything like that? Did KNC release anything on that or just threw it at us and said good luck?


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January 14, 2014, 02:45:16 PM
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I never keep the web stats page up at all. I barely ever use it and when I did finally use it just to checking something noticed how slow things were going.


Is there any documentation for using the "tune" firmware? Before you start to blow up your rig? How many volts? Frequency, anything like that? Did KNC release anything on that or just threw it at us and said good luck?



Advanced tuning is only usable if your miner is not healthy (dead dies, disabled cores etc.), or you overclocking your machine. I am running 630 GH/s right now with my Oct Jupiter.

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January 14, 2014, 02:49:01 PM
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Is there any documentation for using the "tune" firmware? Before you start to blow up your rig? How many volts? Frequency, anything like that? Did KNC release anything on that or just threw it at us and said good luck?

This is a great thread for tweaking the jupiters

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.0

For my October 8VRM Jupiter I went from 557GH -> 625GH

Changes to the cgminer.sh file in this post.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.msg4367865#msg4367865

Regarding the tune I used Cyper's post as a guide, tweaking voltages to get them around 50A / 40W in the advanced screen

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.msg4413599#msg4413599


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January 14, 2014, 03:01:07 PM
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Is there any documentation for using the "tune" firmware? Before you start to blow up your rig? How many volts? Frequency, anything like that? Did KNC release anything on that or just threw it at us and said good luck?

This is a great thread for tweaking the jupiters

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.0

For my October 8VRM Jupiter I went from 557GH -> 625GH

Changes to the cgminer.sh file in this post.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.msg4367865#msg4367865

Regarding the tune I used Cyper's post as a guide, tweaking voltages to get them around 50A / 40W in the advanced screen

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.msg4413599#msg4413599



Is the forum broken? Direct links to post don't seem to work for me. They just go to a specific page, but not to the specific post. Anyone else having this problem?

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January 14, 2014, 03:04:04 PM
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Pretty soon our upgraded Saturn's aren't going to matter with the project I have going on, but they feel like our first baby and we still have to take care of them.

Both of our upgraded Saturn's use to hash rock steady at 560Gh/sec. We have even upgraded our power supplies so each module is on it's own line. Then slowly no matter which firmware we used the hash rate would just very slowly drop and never increase again. Both of our Saturn's are doing this and they are hooked up hashing 100 miles apart from one another. Could it be that the hardware is starting to fail? We never had to mess around with their tuning kit. Apparently their hardware isn't as good as I thought it was if only after 3-4 months starts to behave negatively. I tested the power supplies, made sure all our connections are good. The only thing left is the hardware itself. Very strange our hashing speed would just decrease from 560 all the way to 520 with no intervention at all.

Just checking, but have you tried using a different pool?
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January 14, 2014, 03:04:22 PM
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Is the forum broken? Direct links to post don't seem to work for me. They just go to a specific page, but not to the specific post. Anyone else having this problem?

The latest update to AdBlock causes this symptom, also breaks the 'new' links, if you use it just disable on this site

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January 14, 2014, 03:05:40 PM
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Is the forum broken? Direct links to post don't seem to work for me. They just go to a specific page, but not to the specific post. Anyone else having this problem?

The latest update to AdBlock causes this symptom, also breaks the 'new' links, if you use it just disable on this site

thx!
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January 14, 2014, 03:05:57 PM
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Me too much better with 0.99.1 than 0.99.2

I haven't seen a difference in speed between 0.99.1 & 0.99.2 It just added features and security.

I myself have some kinda "genie" in my Jupiter box.....I hashed at 555gh when it was at...the first software  (what was it .90 or some such?)

it hashed at 555gh at .95

it hashes at 555gh at .99 (before tuning version)

it hashes at 555gh with the cover off and two fans on it and the temp in the basement was 51F (the Midwest deep freeze of 2 wks)

it hashes at 555gh today with the temp at 60F


its friggin processed is what it is.....

now Phonex1969 has a different genie (or did) his only worked well when the temp went up (Hawaii)

anyway go figure...me I'm probably just gonna leave the dang thing alone there is something "comforting" about just letting the thing hash a month or more (just don't bump the table..them isobar circuit breaker 8plugs are pretty slick)


now just have to make  a voodoo doll against lightning or I will have phoenix1969s fate     

Searing


Luck?  Suppose that lightening had struck before he sold his gear?
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January 14, 2014, 03:12:34 PM
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Pretty soon our upgraded Saturn's aren't going to matter with the project I have going on, but they feel like our first baby and we still have to take care of them.

Both of our upgraded Saturn's use to hash rock steady at 560Gh/sec. We have even upgraded our power supplies so each module is on it's own line. Then slowly no matter which firmware we used the hash rate would just very slowly drop and never increase again. Both of our Saturn's are doing this and they are hooked up hashing 100 miles apart from one another. Could it be that the hardware is starting to fail? We never had to mess around with their tuning kit. Apparently their hardware isn't as good as I thought it was if only after 3-4 months starts to behave negatively. I tested the power supplies, made sure all our connections are good. The only thing left is the hardware itself. Very strange our hashing speed would just decrease from 560 all the way to 520 with no intervention at all.

Try a piece of cardboard about 6" wide in the center between the two front modules from the bottom to the under lip above the fans forcing air from the front fans down on the BBB and controller boards.  The slowup not in the modules but in the BBB/controller board and cooling mitigates it.
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January 14, 2014, 03:17:29 PM
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Is the forum broken? Direct links to post don't seem to work for me. They just go to a specific page, but not to the specific post. Anyone else having this problem?

The latest update to AdBlock causes this symptom, also breaks the 'new' links, if you use it just disable on this site

Thank you!

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January 14, 2014, 03:49:34 PM
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Will accept refund of my Neptune as 10 krugerrands packaged inconspicuously and shipped to my post office box.
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January 14, 2014, 04:34:45 PM
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Hi,

i am just starting to tinkering with those oct jups. Looking at the posted "Advanced tuning" tab screenshots i am seeing here i noticed that my "Advanced Tuning" tab looks slightly different and the voltages are already at MAX?!

Thats how it looks. As 0.0374V seems to be the end of that dropout menu it looks like i am not able to rise the voltage?

And why you want to do that? Voltage should worry you only if you have UNDERPERFORMING miner. What's your stats?

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January 14, 2014, 05:57:23 PM
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Is the forum broken? Direct links to post don't seem to work for me. They just go to a specific page, but not to the specific post. Anyone else having this problem?

The latest update to AdBlock causes this symptom, also breaks the 'new' links, if you use it just disable on this site

Thank you!
Yeah, Thanks Tigger.... had same here.
Most progress in 3 days.  

Having a hard time... my baby is dead(desktop) /everything is fried. That was an expensive bolt of lightning.
Next time they talk about solar flares, I'm paying more attention. 1/2 the neighborhood got same.


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