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April 08, 2014, 10:02:35 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.

Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.

You are buying their crumbs.


Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?

2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?

I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.




I meant the 3Th Jup's are bonuses, at least for me, even if they aren't overclockable. And it was padrino's math, I'm too lazy to do it myself.
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April 08, 2014, 10:05:05 PM
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Latest KNC schematic for 18 board Jupiter:



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April 08, 2014, 10:10:19 PM
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Avenger, before you go, re-edit the picture please.  Make it Frankenjup, lose the 'iter', sounds better without extra syllable. thx Cheesy Grin Shocked
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April 08, 2014, 10:10:52 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.

LOL you just paid for NRE costs on their 20nm product while giving you a product with NRE already paid for close to 10k. You just got ripped.
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April 08, 2014, 10:11:19 PM
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A refund would be far more profitable only if you buy bitcoins and the exchange rate goes up.

FTFY. A refund (used to purchase bitcoins if not given directly in bitcoins) will give you more bitcoins than the Neptune will ever mine.

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April 08, 2014, 10:18:09 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.

LOL you just paid for NRE costs on their 20nm product while giving you a product with NRE already paid for close to 10k. You just got ripped.
FUKT, I have stopped putting up cash for hardware for what seems like a long time ago and have done well, so whatever comes out of this from KNC is really an added bonus for me. I have plenty of hardware present and on the way and it is all paid for with an initial cash investment made last year under $20k, it has been an incredible ride.
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April 08, 2014, 10:25:01 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.

LOL you just paid for NRE costs on their 20nm product while giving you a product with NRE already paid for close to 10k. You just got ripped.
FUKT, I have stopped putting up cash for hardware for what seems like a long time ago and have done well, so whatever comes out of this from KNC is really an added bonus for me. I have plenty of hardware present and on the way and it is all paid for with an initial cash investment made last year under $20k, it has been an incredible ride.

I'm in the same boat, I only drop in now and then to make snappy comments every now and then.
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April 08, 2014, 10:26:52 PM
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https://www.kncminer.com/pages/faq

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Why are you selling the Miners and don’t mine yourself (will you use the miners for mining yourself)? ▾

We will not mine with more than 5% of the hash rate we sell

Wow, they still have that up.

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April 08, 2014, 10:27:55 PM
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I converted to the FrankenJup.  Sad

So what, I'll need 3 1200w PSUs to run this abortion then?
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What is the power usage on that monster?  What kind of PSU(s) will it require.  Can it be run safely on household circuits?

Is it just parts or is it somewhat preassembled?

Are these used Datorhall boards?

Many more questions remain unanswered.

Power usage, its Jupiter Nov version so probably similar 1.3W/GH or more overclocked.

As to the rest of the questions some of it is answered in the email

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•   18 of our own 28nm 8 DC/DC module ASIC boards with coolers,
•   3 controller cards,
•   all cables needed,
•   Power supplies not included.
The boards are in aluminum boxes, each box contains 3 chips side by side with front and rear cooling vents. Each controller card runs two boxes.

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April 08, 2014, 11:13:53 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.
Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.
You are buying their crumbs.
Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?
2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?
I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.


Extrapolating from my November Jupiter, which uses 820W at wall using Platinum PSU to provide 760GH/s (190GH/s per board overclocked to 1000MHz) - so 18 boards = 3420GH/s @ 3690W.
Personally I would go with 4 x 1000W PSUs, but 3 x 1250W should be possible if you like running close to the wind.  Smiley

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April 08, 2014, 11:18:51 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.
Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.
You are buying their crumbs.
Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?
2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?
I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.


Extrapolating from my November Jupiter, which uses 820W at wall using Platinum PSU to provide 760GH/s (190GH/s per board overclocked to 1000MHz) - so 18 boards = 3420GH/s @ 3690W.
Personally I would go with 4 x 1000W PSUs, but 3 x 1250W should be possible if you like running close to the wind.  Smiley

thanks for that, so they shall actually be 3.4TH Jupiters (AKA FrankenJup) @4000W
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April 08, 2014, 11:32:23 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.
Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.
You are buying their crumbs.
Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?
2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?
I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.


Extrapolating from my November Jupiter, which uses 820W at wall using Platinum PSU to provide 760GH/s (190GH/s per board overclocked to 1000MHz) - so 18 boards = 3420GH/s @ 3690W.
Personally I would go with 4 x 1000W PSUs, but 3 x 1250W should be possible if you like running close to the wind.  Smiley


KnC personell (Kurt) recs six 650W PSU per FrankenJup (cheaper)
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April 08, 2014, 11:38:18 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.
Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.
You are buying their crumbs.
Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?
2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?
I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.


Extrapolating from my November Jupiter, which uses 820W at wall using Platinum PSU to provide 760GH/s (190GH/s per board overclocked to 1000MHz) - so 18 boards = 3420GH/s @ 3690W.
Personally I would go with 4 x 1000W PSUs, but 3 x 1250W should be possible if you like running close to the wind.  Smiley


KnC personell (Kurt) recs six 650W PSU per FrankenJup (cheaper)

Or three 1200W PSUs per Kurt..

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April 08, 2014, 11:39:29 PM
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Just Checked my order history with KNC, and it is now officially changed to 3TH Jupiter instead of Neptunes. It is happening.
Yes its really happening you can now buy a 3 TH Jupiter for what you would get 4TH from most anyone else.
Antminer, Cointerra etc and all you had to do was wait for KNC to fall on their faces and/or buy too many Jupiter modules to fit in their data center.
You are buying their crumbs.
Joe, it is what it is. I have done well with KNC, and all this for me is really added bonuses, especially since I didn't consider the overclocking that padrino mentioned.

You are getting 18 Jupiter Modules (166gh each) are they new Modules? If so how much more do you expect to overclock out of them?
2nd batch (November) were the same chips no? So isn't 166gh per chip the top end already?
I could be wrong but you may want to double check your math.


Extrapolating from my November Jupiter, which uses 820W at wall using Platinum PSU to provide 760GH/s (190GH/s per board overclocked to 1000MHz) - so 18 boards = 3420GH/s @ 3690W.
Personally I would go with 4 x 1000W PSUs, but 3 x 1250W should be possible if you like running close to the wind.  Smiley

thanks for that, so they shall actually be 3.4TH Jupiters (AKA FrankenJup) @4000W

holy moly guacamole!! 4000w!!  that powers an entire village in Africa. 

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April 09, 2014, 12:13:27 AM
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so spondoolies with tech chips 28nm can beat 5.4th 2400w power
knc with 3200 w 28 nm can give 3th


is the end for knc

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April 09, 2014, 12:20:17 AM
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so spondoolies with tech chips 28nm can beat 5.4th 2400w power
knc with 3200 w 28 nm can give 3th


is the end for knc

Yes, when SpongebobTech releases the SP30 Yukon in...

wait for it...

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April 09, 2014, 01:30:00 AM
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3TH gets you between 3.5 and 4 BTC a month (first month) you guys in the $10k club need 22 BTC just to get to zero

Math does not work when the diff is doubling every 35 to 40 days

Best of luck to all

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April 09, 2014, 02:13:13 AM
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3TH gets you between 3.5 and 4 BTC a month (first month) you guys in the $10k club need 22 BTC just to get to zero

Math does not work when the diff is doubling every 35 to 40 days

Best of luck to all



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April 09, 2014, 03:08:41 AM
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3TH gets you between 3.5 and 4 BTC a month (first month) you guys in the $10k club need 22 BTC just to get to zero

Math does not work when the diff is doubling every 35 to 40 days

Best of luck to all



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