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July 10, 2013, 03:31:58 PM
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Keep in mind Josh "said" a lot of great things..  Even after they missed like their 4th shipping estimate..

Words are nothing but words and deeds are golden..


Not trying to be a Buzz Kill..  Just sometimes feels like a repeat of what a lot of us have already experienced...  I HOPE to God I am wrong...

Just saying..

p.s I have an order in with Knc so I am not trolling..




Josh always acted and talked out of his ass most of the time. Just coming out of the blue and randomly saying "WE SHIP NEXT WEEK" or "WE'RE GOING TO HAVE SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MANY PEOPLE DOING WORK FOR US LOLOLOLOL WE SHIP EVERYTHING" every 3 months at a time is alot different than representatives responding to direct emails.

Although that is not to say I agree in general..... caution should be taken. Lets not get all of our hopes up just yet.

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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July 10, 2013, 04:44:12 PM
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Just got the following reply from Emilia:

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Hi,
 
New paid orders are expected to be shipped in October.
Please note that  we don’t ship in batches but continuously.
 
Also be aware that your queue placement is based on payment date.
 
The heat output will be 1000 watts. Jupiter is 160 x 160 x 200 mm and around 4 kg.
 
Thanks
Emilia
 
Med vänlig hälsning  |  Best regards
Emilia Cole  
Kncminer
www.kncminer.com
Office: +46 8559 253 20


Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
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July 10, 2013, 04:51:30 PM
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Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
You take a 1000w heater and turn it on to maximum.
That will be the heat produced by a Jupiter.

Seriously, it has been said before that a Jupiter will consume 1000w.
That is what Emilia wanted to say because a machine consuming 1000w and producing 1000w of heat is a heater Wink

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July 10, 2013, 05:01:59 PM
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Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
You take a 1000w heater and turn it on to maximum.
That will be the heat produced by a Jupiter.

Seriously, it has been said before that a Jupiter will consume 1000w.
That is what Emilia wanted to say because a machine consuming 1000w and producing 1000w of heat is a heater Wink

From my understanding wattage is not a measure of heat output. Is there a way to convert this into BTU? I'm seeing estimates that a 1000w heater = ~3,400 BTU's/hour is that about right?
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July 10, 2013, 05:08:07 PM
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Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
You take a 1000w heater and turn it on to maximum.
That will be the heat produced by a Jupiter.

Seriously, it has been said before that a Jupiter will consume 1000w.
That is what Emilia wanted to say because a machine consuming 1000w and producing 1000w of heat is a heater Wink

From my understanding wattage is not a measure of heat output. Is there a way to convert this into BTU? I'm seeing estimates that a 1000w heater = ~3,400 BTU's/hour is that about right?

1KW = 3412 Btu/hr

12,000 Btu/hr = 1 ton of cooling
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July 10, 2013, 05:14:55 PM
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Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
You take a 1000w heater and turn it on to maximum.
That will be the heat produced by a Jupiter.

Seriously, it has been said before that a Jupiter will consume 1000w.
That is what Emilia wanted to say because a machine consuming 1000w and producing 1000w of heat is a heater Wink

From my understanding wattage is not a measure of heat output. Is there a way to convert this into BTU? I'm seeing estimates that a 1000w heater = ~3,400 BTU's/hour is that about right?

1KW = 3412 Btu/hr

12,000 Btu/hr = 1 ton of cooling

Thank you.

How can something that takes 1000w produce 1000w of heat? Shouldn't there be something lost in the conversion and/or the actual process of hashing?
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July 10, 2013, 05:19:08 PM
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Anyone know what she means by heat output will be 1000 watts?
You take a 1000w heater and turn it on to maximum.
That will be the heat produced by a Jupiter.

Seriously, it has been said before that a Jupiter will consume 1000w.
That is what Emilia wanted to say because a machine consuming 1000w and producing 1000w of heat is a heater Wink

From my understanding wattage is not a measure of heat output. Is there a way to convert this into BTU? I'm seeing estimates that a 1000w heater = ~3,400 BTU's/hour is that about right?

1KW = 3412 Btu/hr

12,000 Btu/hr = 1 ton of cooling

Thank you.

How can something that takes 1000w produce 1000w of heat? Shouldn't there be something lost in the conversion and/or the actual process of hashing?

Almost all the power coming from the wall is converted to heat for such devices. The heat is liberating
in various locations along the electrical path, but on a bulk basis it is effectively 100%.
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July 10, 2013, 06:40:05 PM
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Just got the following reply from Emilia:

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...Jupiter is 160 x 160 x 200 mm and around 4 kg...

I thought being reading the specs of the AX1200 I bought for it Smiley...
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July 10, 2013, 08:12:52 PM
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Just got the following reply from Emilia:

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...Jupiter is 160 x 160 x 200 mm and around 4 kg...

I thought being reading the specs of the AX1200 I bought for it Smiley...

on: July 01, 2013, 09:50:16 PM
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" Re: KNC Miner - Jupiter device: which PSU are you guys planning on using?
June 19, 2013, 02:46:06 PM
  
Reply with quote  #14
Hi Guys

Sorry for butting in in your discussion but don't buy any power supplies yet.

We will have a large Technical announcement coming next week. Where we will give even more accurate Power figures and GH/s.

It will be a significant announcement which I hope will make all of our customers happy. and no before you ask I wont reveal any details before that newsletter goes out Smiley

again please don't buy a 1200W power supply you simply will not need one that powerful or expensive.

Sam "


(I'm guessing this friday?)


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July 10, 2013, 08:48:10 PM
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i just requested an update and told them i was nervous since there hasnt been any news since the 26th. here is her response:

Hi,
 
We are right on track with our timeframe and we are focused on the production at this point. We are sorry for the lack of updates, but there will be more information added shortly.
Please rest assured that all is coming together as planned.
 
Thanks
Emilia




God... would you look at that... its ACTUAL customer service!...So refreshing... I swear, these other vendors have no idea how important it is to their future to have a few reassuring words - Emilia if you are following the forums, your awesome.. Thank you for being patient with everyone's bozo questions. it means ALOT.

Emilia and KNC have been very responsive to my emails and inquiries so far. Keep up the great work KNC and Emilia :-)

wonder where Andreas is ?

Andreas is cool, he just isn't as confident speaking English. Emilia is Sam's wife who has taken over customer service as Sam and Andreas focus on management of the respective teams they have in place, and continue to build.

Ahh Great !...man you are really "into" these guys Wink..thx for info ..
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July 11, 2013, 12:08:14 AM
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(I'm guessing this friday?)

Don't worry : PSU was bought for another usage mainly Smiley.

By the way, "next week" was referring to June Smiley
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July 11, 2013, 01:22:35 AM
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(I'm guessing this friday?)

Don't worry : PSU was bought for another usage mainly Smiley.

By the way, "next week" was referring to June Smiley


Oh crap..  Got all excited for nothing..  Sad

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July 11, 2013, 01:29:28 AM
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(I'm guessing this friday?)

Don't worry : PSU was bought for another usage mainly Smiley.

By the way, "next week" was referring to June Smiley

You said.... "I thought being reading the specs of the AX1200 I bought for it ..."
which is why I showed it to you... also....
Sam posted that on July 1st,(see top of post) so "next week" is now, not June
(Which is why I'm so excited about an improvement on 100GH/s and 250w per chip),
because those specs were given on june 26th news.

I suppose you could power more than one unit with a biggie like that...like 3 saturns...
who knows.  


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July 11, 2013, 05:15:24 AM
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You said.... "I thought being reading the specs of the AX1200 I bought for it ..."
which is why I showed it to you... also....
Sam posted that on July 1st,(see top of post) so "next week" is now, not June
(Which is why I'm so excited about an improvement on 100GH/s and 250w per chip),
because those specs were given on june 26th news.

I suppose you could power more than one unit with a biggie like that...like 3 saturns...
who knows.  

OK thx Smiley

Oh crap..  Got all excited for nothing..  Sad


See Phoenix1969's answer Smiley
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July 11, 2013, 10:34:59 AM
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Re: KNC Miner - Jupiter device: which PSU are you guys planning on using?

June 19, 2013, 02:46:06 PM  #14

Hi GuysSorry for butting in in your discussion but don't buy any power supplies yet. We will have a large Technical announcement coming next week. Where we will give even more accurate Power figures and GH/s.It will be a significant announcement which I hope will make all of our customers happy. and no before you ask I wont reveal any details before that newsletter goes out  again please don't buy a 1200W power supply you simply will not need one that powerful or expensive.Sam


Sam wrote that on the 19th of june. He was talking about the 26th of june update.

Original post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237745.msg2520109#msg2520109
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July 11, 2013, 11:28:59 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-23
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Yup..  New News..   Smiley



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yes, cool, so we wait 2 weeks for this useless update. sorry to be skeptical, but I expect some photos, technical details, PSU recommendations, AutoCAD models, design, results of testing...anything

this is just summary of already known info.(
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It's kinda shady too

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