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July 04, 2013, 07:48:52 PM
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Is the embedded linux device a raspberry pi?

Also, is it October now for shipping?  Or is that referring to Mercury and people who are placing orders now?

No it's custom made by ORSoC, we were shown it at the open day. All have imbedded Linux. Mercury -> Jupiter are just modular ASiC quantiy difference.
Bitcoinorama...  WOW. Can you please tell us absolutely everything you can about the custom linux interface device? That's Phenomenal! 


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July 04, 2013, 07:57:14 PM
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Is the embedded linux device a raspberry pi?

Also, is it October now for shipping?  Or is that referring to Mercury and people who are placing orders now?

No it's custom made by ORSoC, we were shown it at the open day. All have imbedded Linux. Mercury -> Jupiter are just modular ASiC quantiy difference.
Bitcoinorama...  WOW. Can you please tell us absolutely everything you can about the custom linux interface device? That's Phenomenal!  

I just did. I have a feeling the piece Marcus holds in the video when explaining die and package size is just that. For sure Daggeteo should be able to confirm this as he saw it at both open days. They had a box of PCB boards and a heat sink on the desk to use as props. One was the misspelt 'Bitcoins makes the world go around' empty Mars PCB board and one of the boards was def the Linux board of the same size as that in the video...

The miners are totally plug and play.

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July 04, 2013, 08:03:30 PM
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I need to bone up on my linux.  I don't know anything about it.  Can a GUI be installed like Ubuntu or is it all prompts?  (probably don't know what I'm talking about)

Windows has made me soft.  Although I used to be pretty good at DOS back in the day. lol
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July 04, 2013, 08:26:20 PM
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 Markus is some kind of Genius. I'm totally impressed, even without seeing it. This just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Bitcoinorama for sharing that.


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July 04, 2013, 08:48:05 PM
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Markus is some kind of Genius. I'm totally impressed, even without seeing it. This just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Bitcoinorama for sharing that.

It's not just Marcus! He has a team, I was told off before about this!! Wink

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July 04, 2013, 09:15:17 PM
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What precisely do you mean by lead time?
The time it will take for a new order to reach the consumer.

Is October still a reasonable estimate for lead time on all KnCMiner products?
We have yet to hear otherwise
Ok thanks.  They are still taking preorders with those dates, so I suppose they know what they are doing.  Just hard to imagine that is a possibility Smiley

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Markus is some kind of Genius. I'm totally impressed, even without seeing it. This just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Bitcoinorama for sharing that.

It's not just Marcus! He has a team, I was told off before about this!! Wink

Of course, lol.... 

OK, here's a question ...   We know they are "scale-able" and such...   looking at the newest drawings, one could easily see the same case & linux device going in/on every unit, and the number of pcb+chip modules determining the hashrate. So, the question is... Will it be the same case, and allow us to buy working pcb+chip expansion modules for the Mercury & Saturns, enabling us essentially to be able to turn them all into Jupiters? That would make me do back-flips right here in my living-room!


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Markus is some kind of Genius. I'm totally impressed, even without seeing it. This just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Bitcoinorama for sharing that.

It's not just Marcus! He has a team, I was told off before about this!! Wink

Of course, lol.... 

OK, here's a question ...   We know they are "scale-able" and such...   looking at the newest drawings, one could easily see the same case & linux device going in/on every unit, and the number of pcb+chip modules determining the hashrate. So, the question is... Will it be the same case, and allow us to buy working pcb+chip expansion modules for the Mercury & Saturns, enabling us essentially to be able to turn them all into Jupiters? That would make me do back-flips right here in my living-room!

I bet 0.5 BTC it's yes Smiley

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Markus is some kind of Genius. I'm totally impressed, even without seeing it. This just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Bitcoinorama for sharing that.

It's not just Marcus! He has a team, I was told off before about this!! Wink

Of course, lol.... 

OK, here's a question ...   We know they are "scale-able" and such...   looking at the newest drawings, one could easily see the same case & linux device going in/on every unit, and the number of pcb+chip modules determining the hashrate. So, the question is... Will it be the same case, and allow us to buy working pcb+chip expansion modules for the Mercury & Saturns, enabling us essentially to be able to turn them all into Jupiters? That would make me do back-flips right here in my living-room!

I bet 0.5 BTC it's yes Smiley

Having seen the recent drawings, that thought occurred to myself, but then they would require customers to have the basics of IT skill, I'm not 100% customer service and after sale aggro wise that's what they intend to offer. It would allow customers to scale themselves regardless of financial standing that way though...

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I need to bone up on my linux.  I don't know anything about it.  Can a GUI be installed like Ubuntu or is it all prompts?  (probably don't know what I'm talking about)

Windows has made me soft.  Although I used to be pretty good at DOS back in the day. lol

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windows is like the fluffy american toast, surely it is and makes you soft and vulnerable Smiley)
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Its time for some sexy PCB pics and some deeper chip info Smiley

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I need to bone up on my linux.  I don't know anything about it.  Can a GUI be installed like Ubuntu or is it all prompts?  (probably don't know what I'm talking about)

Windows has made me soft.  Although I used to be pretty good at DOS back in the day. lol

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I need to bone up on my linux.  I don't know anything about it.  Can a GUI be installed like Ubuntu or is it all prompts?  (probably don't know what I'm talking about)

Windows has made me soft.  Although I used to be pretty good at DOS back in the day. lol

this made me laugh so hard Cheesy

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I have noscript turned on, sorry about that.  WOT says nothing.  just found it in good images "windows retard" lol
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July 04, 2013, 10:34:06 PM
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i have been wondering about this

how are they going to have access to 28nm chips when the rest of the companies can barely get ahold of 65nm?

i do not understand how they are going to get a hold of 28nm at the same rate as Apple IBM etc.

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i have been wondering about this

how are they going to have access to 28nm chips when the rest of the companies can barely get ahold of 65nm?

i do not understand how they are going to get a hold of 28nm at the same rate as Apple IBM etc.
28nm is a common fab size, it costs more so other ASIC vendors opt for cheaper sizes.
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i have been wondering about this

how are they going to have access to 28nm chips when the rest of the companies can barely get ahold of 65nm?

i do not understand how they are going to get a hold of 28nm at the same rate as Apple IBM etc.
28nm is a common fab size, it costs more so other ASIC vendors opt for cheaper sizes.


then why are other companies developing with larger gate size?

new stuff is coming out on 100+nm designs

also how did they get the millions to do a 28nm mask?

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July 04, 2013, 10:44:32 PM
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i have been wondering about this

how are they going to have access to 28nm chips when the rest of the companies can barely get ahold of 65nm?

i do not understand how they are going to get a hold of 28nm at the same rate as Apple IBM etc.
28nm is a common fab size, it costs more so other ASIC vendors opt for cheaper sizes.


then why are other companies developing with larger gate size?

new stuff is coming out on 100+nm designs
The larger sizes are cheaper. It not very hard to understand.
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i have been wondering about this

how are they going to have access to 28nm chips when the rest of the companies can barely get ahold of 65nm?

i do not understand how they are going to get a hold of 28nm at the same rate as Apple IBM etc.
28nm is a common fab size, it costs more so other ASIC vendors opt for cheaper sizes.


then why are other companies developing with larger gate size?

new stuff is coming out on 100+nm designs
The larger sizes are cheaper. It not very hard to understand.

no i do understand, its just that it doesn't make sense from a business perspective. all of the buyers will gravitate towards the faster, more energy efficient product. they will be dead before they can even sell the product. from now on, shouldn't they be focusing on improving a 28nm design?

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