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April 27, 2014, 09:47:34 PM
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wow ok my unit is in the country (nz) after traveling the most distance there is no hope for my unit to be working

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April 27, 2014, 09:56:02 PM
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wow ok my unit is in the country (nz) after traveling the most distance there is no hope for my unit to be working
well if you hear any, and I mean any rattle, which you most likely will, it will be the DEATH rattle. sorry.
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April 27, 2014, 10:16:39 PM
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Anyone still has dimensions and weight of one packed Jupiter? I plan to sell them, but i need to get quotes for shipping.

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April 27, 2014, 10:20:04 PM
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Anyone still has dimensions and weight of one packed Jupiter? I plan to sell them, but i need to get quotes for shipping.


You mean FrankJupiter...er... pile o crap?

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April 27, 2014, 10:22:51 PM
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Anyone still has dimensions and weight of one packed Jupiter? I plan to sell them, but i need to get quotes for shipping.

Not Sure of the Packed dimensions , but my UPS email from October said 9KG for 1 x Jupiter.

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April 27, 2014, 10:23:55 PM
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Anyone still has dimensions and weight of one packed Jupiter? I plan to sell them, but i need to get quotes for shipping.


You mean FrankJupiter...er... pile o crap?

No. Regular Jupiter.

Anyone still has dimensions and weight of one packed Jupiter? I plan to sell them, but i need to get quotes for shipping.

Not Sure of the Packed dimensions , but my UPS email from October said 9KG for 1 x Jupiter.

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April 27, 2014, 10:53:34 PM
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Seems to me that they still haven't improved on boxes they send out their equipment with.
This box looks a lot like the box my jupiter came in.
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April 27, 2014, 10:59:53 PM
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If we are talking shipping boxes, gotta dig up this old gem on the quality of KNC's boxes from October Grin



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April 27, 2014, 11:02:43 PM
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If we are talking shipping boxes, gotta dig up this old gem on the quality of KNC's boxes from October Grin



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April 27, 2014, 11:10:09 PM
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If we are talking shipping boxes, gotta dig up this old gem on the quality of KNC's boxes from October Grin



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For those not in the know, that was just a clever photoshop job. The original KNC boxes didn't have the logo on them nor the cutout handles.

I don't care what excuse KNC wants to use, this was NOT an instance of UPS mishandling or even a problem with the packing. These units could have had white-glove treatment in every step of transport and still would have arrived in pieces. This is undoubtedly a problem with engineering and assembly.
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April 27, 2014, 11:11:35 PM
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The tears must be original....right?

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April 27, 2014, 11:23:12 PM
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April 27, 2014, 11:37:24 PM
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For consumers in Europe:

http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/ecc/index_en.htm

Click your country and start!

I've seen those pictures.... I was expecting to buy from a "Rolls Royce" or "Rolex" company, invested more then 10.000 dollars to get the best I could get, from the best company in the world, wellknown and respected everywhere, but when I see how it is build, even the worst Chinese manufactor does not make these mistakes.

I am really shocked.... Is this the new way of KNC? Are the still expected Neptunes and Titans also manufactured like garbage?

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did people receive a UPS tracking code from KNC? I did not receive any mail or post last week from them.

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April 27, 2014, 11:41:57 PM
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For consumers in Europe:

http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/ecc/index_en.htm

Click your country and start!

I've seen those pictures.... I was expecting to buy from a "Rolls Royce" or "Rolex" company, but when I see how it is build, even the worst Chinese manufactor does not make these mistakes.

Did people receive a UPS tracking code from KNC? I did not receive any mail or post last week.



I received no shipping notice from KNC. I had to check UPS My Choice to see the shipping details. They created the label on Tuesday and my miner arrived on Friday. If it has any bearing on shipping priority, I did have an early order CA batch Neptune ordered.
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April 27, 2014, 11:43:09 PM
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I don't care what excuse KNC wants to use, this was NOT an instance of UPS mishandling or even a problem with the packing. These units could have had white-glove treatment in every step of transport and still would have arrived in pieces. This is undoubtedly a problem with engineering and assembly.
And the tool that packed them.

Firstly, using bubble wrap with the LARGE air bubbles with idiotic. That'll bounce things around twice as much as the smaller bubble wrap.

Secondly, they should have used the pink bubble wrap (anti-static) for sensitive electronic hardware. But wait - it costs more than regular bubble wrap. So why didn't they? Because knc are _____ ________!

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April 28, 2014, 12:12:57 AM
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i have a miner in the country, please can someone tell me what my best approach is,

step 1:                do I tell UPS and refuse the package???

step 2:                do I pay the duty and then spend a small fortune on 3 1200PSUs just to wind up with a broken machine???

step 3:                 step 2 and demand 3th in hosting?Huh

step 4:                step 1 and demand 3 th in hosting?Huh

hopefully you all have a step 5 for me

many thanks team please keep up the pressure on KNC


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April 28, 2014, 12:55:07 AM
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i have a miner in the country, please can someone tell me what my best approach is,

step 1:                do I tell UPS and refuse the package???

step 2:                do I pay the duty and then spend a small fortune on 3 1200PSUs just to wind up with a broken machine???

step 3:                 step 2 and demand 3th in hosting?Huh

step 4:                step 1 and demand 3 th in hosting?Huh

hopefully you all have a step 5 for me

many thanks team please keep up the pressure on KNC



I've never refused a package from UPS so I don't know what that entails.

If you're in the US, there is no duty, tax or VAT. I have no idea what other countries charge.

We haven't received official word from KNC on how they plan to rectify this situation. So until then, who knows? Then again, we may never hear anything from them.

If you do refuse shipment, you have fewer cards to play, in my opinion. There is a tiny, tiny chance that your units may be ok. And preliminary word on the KNC forum suggests that they may ship extra units to make up for any deficiency. So there is a chance that you may ultimately end up with more than 3THs. But do NOT count on that.  KNC are CHEAP BASTARDS and you can almost be certain they will ultimately do less than you would expect.
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April 28, 2014, 02:11:12 AM
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i have a miner in the country, please can someone tell me what my best approach is,

step 1:                do I tell UPS and refuse the package???

step 2:                do I pay the duty and then spend a small fortune on 3 1200PSUs just to wind up with a broken machine???

step 3:                 step 2 and demand 3th in hosting?Huh

step 4:                step 1 and demand 3 th in hosting?Huh

hopefully you all have a step 5 for me

many thanks team please keep up the pressure on KNC



I've never refused a package from UPS so I don't know what that entails.

If you're in the US, there is no duty, tax or VAT. I have no idea what other countries charge.

We haven't received official word from KNC on how they plan to rectify this situation. So until then, who knows? Then again, we may never hear anything from them.

If you do refuse shipment, you have fewer cards to play, in my opinion. There is a tiny, tiny chance that your units may be ok. And preliminary word on the KNC forum suggests that they may ship extra units to make up for any deficiency. So there is a chance that you may ultimately end up with more than 3THs. But do NOT count on that.  KNC are CHEAP BASTARDS and you can almost be certain they will ultimately do less than you would expect.



I will be charged around 1500-2000 in import tax in my country, ontop of that i need to buy 3x 1200w psu.

this is looking very very grim

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April 28, 2014, 03:49:44 AM
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i have a miner in the country, please can someone tell me what my best approach is,

step 1:                do I tell UPS and refuse the package???

step 2:                do I pay the duty and then spend a small fortune on 3 1200PSUs just to wind up with a broken machine???

step 3:                 step 2 and demand 3th in hosting?Huh

step 4:                step 1 and demand 3 th in hosting?Huh

hopefully you all have a step 5 for me

many thanks team please keep up the pressure on KNC



I've never refused a package from UPS so I don't know what that entails.

If you're in the US, there is no duty, tax or VAT. I have no idea what other countries charge.

We haven't received official word from KNC on how they plan to rectify this situation. So until then, who knows? Then again, we may never hear anything from them.

If you do refuse shipment, you have fewer cards to play, in my opinion. There is a tiny, tiny chance that your units may be ok. And preliminary word on the KNC forum suggests that they may ship extra units to make up for any deficiency. So there is a chance that you may ultimately end up with more than 3THs. But do NOT count on that.  KNC are CHEAP BASTARDS and you can almost be certain they will ultimately do less than you would expect.



I will be charged around 1500-2000 in import tax in my country, ontop of that i need to buy 3x 1200w psu.

this is looking very very grim

I had ordered my PSUs well before my pile o' crap arrived. At least you won't have that expense if you refuse the FrankenJup.
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April 28, 2014, 04:08:37 AM
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so do you guys think i should refuse the frakenjup? ill still get stung with 400 dollers shhipping

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