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January 18, 2014, 11:18:36 PM
Last edit: January 18, 2014, 11:28:44 PM by The Avenger
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my hosted miners just went offline.

one has come back online at 670GH!!!!
second is only at 580 now, it is always lagging though....

edit: now it is dropping and is back under 600GH. wish i took a screenshot of it up at 670GH, i was very confused.
The other dropped as low as 480 though.

maybe they are testing OC on hosted units?

edit: something is happening

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elasticband_2   0.000 GH/s   10,812k (99.78%)   23552 / 45568 / 0   0:09:16   


elasticband_3   0.000 GH/s   10,876k (99.81%)   20992 / 28160 / 0   0:09:06
They are switching off your machines in Stockholm and starting up equivalent machines in Reykjavík Grin

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January 18, 2014, 11:21:27 PM
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my hosted miners just went offline.

They are switching off your machines in Stockholm and starting up equivalent machines in Reykjavik Grin


Cool makes for a crazier adventure for when i go and collect them...... Although I was planning to go by car....
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January 18, 2014, 11:37:31 PM
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my hosted miners just went offline.

They are switching off your machines in Stockholm and starting up equivalent machines in Reykjavik Grin


Cool makes for a crazier adventure for when i go and collect them...... Although I was planning to go by car....
They never thought about that. Now bitcoinorama will have to load them all back onto the boat and paddle them back to Sweden

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January 18, 2014, 11:48:07 PM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.
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January 19, 2014, 12:28:09 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.
Drop "idc 2x5 connector" into ebay and you'll find what you are looking for

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January 19, 2014, 01:14:51 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.
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January 19, 2014, 01:34:42 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.

I wish knc would have just put 6 connectors on all jupiter controller boards. It probably would have cost them less than $1 per Jupe and would have made them upgradable.
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January 19, 2014, 01:37:03 AM
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For those with free ports left, the question is now where to get additional modules...
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January 19, 2014, 02:15:42 AM
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For those with free ports left, the question is now where to get additional modules...

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January 19, 2014, 02:46:44 AM
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For those with free ports left, the question is now where to get additional modules...

+1

Disgusted miners with a faulty control board who don't want to go through RMA and want to resell individual modules would be the only option that comes to my mind right now (scavenger mode on)
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January 19, 2014, 03:29:09 AM
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I have an extra controller board given to me by a regular poster in this thread.
Let the bidding begins  Grin
How much do you think it is worth?
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January 19, 2014, 03:32:48 AM
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I have an extra controller board given to me by a regular poster in this thread.
Let the bidding begins  Grin
How much do you think it is worth?

we know its from phoenix. lol

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January 19, 2014, 03:42:18 AM
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I have an extra controller board given to me by a regular poster in this thread.
Let the bidding begins  Grin
How much do you think it is worth?

With the red herring add your own sockets to controller boards posts, there would be many modules and mangled controller boards up for auction.  Think of it, guy ruins a Jupiter hoping to overclock with extra modules that aren't even available, he makes a mess of it and abashedly auctions off 4 modules.

(go ahead, call me a fink)
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January 19, 2014, 03:46:32 AM
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I have an extra controller board given to me by a regular poster in this thread.
Let the bidding begins  Grin
How much do you think it is worth?

is this with beaglebone in it?
is it in working condition?
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January 19, 2014, 03:46:58 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-Pcs-2-54mm-2x5-Pin-10-Pin-Straight-Male-Shrouded-PCB-Box-header-IDC-Socket-/171047381713?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27d337ead1

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January 19, 2014, 03:59:24 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.

Saying "I solder" is like saying "I Drive"  you can be good at it or bad.

With a $10 desoldering pump and a decent iron this is (on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being surface mount technology)  a 3 at the worst.
Its 10 huge holes that need to be cleared and a socket installed.

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January 19, 2014, 04:03:40 AM
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I have an extra controller board given to me by a regular poster in this thread.
Let the bidding begins  Grin
How much do you think it is worth?

is this with beaglebone in it?
is it in working condition?

Yes, I am using it now with my Upgrade modules.
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January 19, 2014, 04:10:57 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.

Saying "I solder" is like saying "I Drive"  you can be good at it or bad.

With a $10 desoldering pump and a decent iron this is (on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being surface mount technology)  a 3 at the worst.
Its 10 huge holes that need to be cleared and a socket installed.


Agree with Joeventura here. If you have never soldered anything before, dont practice on your controller board. Otherwise its not that bad. Those holes are big. I had to replace the power connector on my controller board, it took about 5 minutes including pulling the old pins out of the board.

Man, I wish I could change my avatar!
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January 19, 2014, 04:13:32 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.

Saying "I solder" is like saying "I Drive"  you can be good at it or bad.

With a $10 desoldering pump and a decent iron this is (on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being surface mount technology)  a 3 at the worst.
Its 10 huge holes that need to be cleared and a socket installed.


If the thread weren't 1430 pages, I'd find the post with photos of a user who 'successfully' accomplished the feat.

Certainly is a way to make modules available while as it is....
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January 19, 2014, 04:15:30 AM
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damnit knc, why did you have to remove ports 5 & 6 from the Nov Jups.  Sad

Some of the Oct Jupiters were shipped with only 4 ports as well. Not really fair for those that planned to upgrade them.

$2 in parts, a little soldering skills....



No soldering skills here, but can you link me to the parts?
+1 on that request.

I solder.  It is not a simple as it sounds.  The odds are higher that you'll make your controller board non-functional than succeed in adding sockets - unless you are an experienced technician with a lot of soldering time.  Get an old motherboard, remove a connector with .1" spacing between the pins even if it has many more pins than the socket  you wish to add to the controller board.  Try putting  one of those sockets into the motherboard.  You'll see it's more difficult than you expect.  Anyone who would tell a novice to try such a thing to a controller board is looking to reduce the net hashrate by killing your machine.

Saying "I solder" is like saying "I Drive"  you can be good at it or bad.

With a $10 desoldering pump and a decent iron this is (on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being surface mount technology)  a 3 at the worst.
Its 10 huge holes that need to be cleared and a socket installed.


If the thread weren't 1430 pages, I'd find the post with photos of a user who 'successfully' accomplished the feat.

I remember that photo, it was a scary job done by someone who did NOT know how to solder.
He didnt clear the holes first

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