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May 24, 2014, 07:36:00 PM
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Difficulty has risen again. Super Jupiter does now 0.15238969 BTC per day. (3.17 TH/s)

In July +/- 0.065 BTC per day.

In August +/- 0.04366 per day.


I believe the only people making ROI on the equipment KfC sells is KfC.
While probably true for Franken & Neptune...
If you didn't ROI on their first 28nm batch... You probably didn't buy one.


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May 24, 2014, 08:25:36 PM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.



Try turning the overclocking off?

How do you turn overclocking off? Give the module no air and suffocate it?

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May 25, 2014, 12:10:56 AM
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Difficulty has risen again. Super Jupiter does now 0.15238969 BTC per day. (3.17 TH/s)

In July +/- 0.065 BTC per day.

In August +/- 0.04366 per day.


I believe the only people making ROI on the equipment KfC sells is KfC.
While probably true for Franken & Neptune...
If you didn't ROI on their first 28nm batch... You probably didn't buy one.

november batch was insanely profitable. overclocked those jups made btc x3.
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May 25, 2014, 12:16:52 AM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.


it's dead and bloody fucked

RMA it and they'll send it back with 3 dead dies.. same board!!


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May 25, 2014, 01:08:38 AM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.


it's dead and bloody fucked

RMA it and they'll send it back with 3 dead dies.. same board!!



Super, so you're telling me I just wasted $50 to ship (RMA) a dead November module back to Knc? Hopefully they ship one back that works.
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May 25, 2014, 01:08:43 AM
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24 boards--22 running boards, missing 2 cables= 3.6t
4 more boards of replacements to go and my oct jupiter to get going again, ran out of parts, no more cables, heatsinks and beaglebones.  I need 4 boards repaired too.
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May 25, 2014, 01:54:44 AM
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I like that it's on an air hockey table Smiley
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May 25, 2014, 04:15:05 AM
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I like that it's on an air hockey table Smiley
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May 25, 2014, 05:38:04 AM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.


it's dead and bloody fucked

RMA it and they'll send it back with 3 dead dies.. same board!!



Super, so you're telling me I just wasted $50 to ship (RMA) a dead November module back to Knc? Hopefully they ship one back that works.

The difference between then and now is that they have a gajillion used boards sitting around. So maybe you'll get a different board that actually works. Before they were stockpiling and hashing with all of the available boards so the RMA process was a complete joke. Now it's just a joke because they are sending half-baked, well-worn boards from the datacenter they are clearing out for the next gen.
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May 25, 2014, 07:39:38 AM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.



Try turning the overclocking off?

How do you turn overclocking off? Give the module no air and suffocate it?


It is not the die, it is your VRM not starting up.

Try to reboot a few million times and if still does not start up, you will need to change the VRM module.

There is some way also to wake it up soldering bypass resistors, but then will be no controllable from your GUI anymore.

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May 25, 2014, 08:18:04 AM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.



Try turning the overclocking off?

How do you turn overclocking off? Give the module no air and suffocate it?


It is not the die, it is your VRM not starting up.

Try to reboot a few million times and if still does not start up, you will need to change the VRM module.

There is some way also to wake it up soldering bypass resistors, but then will be no controllable from your GUI anymore.

Oh hey, that sounds like fun! Everyone should break out the soldering gun rather than RMA. Smiley

Or rather, they should just live with the defect because trying to fix it isn't cost effective... at all.

Wake up people! Anything that doesn't gain you at least 1 THs these days isn't worth you worrying about. Things have changed drastically over the past few months. Worrying about 160GHs is a waste of your time and effort.
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May 25, 2014, 08:28:01 AM
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Then break your warranty out, eventhrough few weeks remain, you still could choose RMA, because we do not have KNC released document to proof soldering and wiring work do it ourself, rather wait few days for replacement parts.



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May 25, 2014, 08:49:01 AM
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Yes, but I know a few guys got 36 boards from the first frank-jup batch and now don't have anything to lose by making them working.

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My October Jup is dying  - every now & then it stops hashing and says pool URL invalid in PuTTy.

a few reboots/restarts/curse words later and it usually gets back down the shaft

but its happening more often and requiring more effing about to get it back hashing.

in fairness it could do with a scrub - but that can wait.

how about them refunds?
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May 25, 2014, 09:51:35 AM
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My October Jup is dying  - every now & then it stops hashing and says pool URL invalid in PuTTy.

a few reboots/restarts/curse words later and it usually gets back down the shaft

but its happening more often and requiring more effing about to get it back hashing.

in fairness it could do with a scrub - but that can wait.

how about them refunds?

Refunds? We aint got no steenkin refunds!  Lips sealed

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i think this is the 3rd time ive been sent this one..


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Hi,

We apologize for making you wait for the refund to be processed.
The refunds are being processed as quickly as possible and we hope to have them all processed shortly.


Best regards
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i think this is the 3rd time ive been sent this one..


 May 22 13:49

Hi,

We apologize for making you wait for the refund to be processed.
The refunds are being processed as quickly as possible and we hope to have them all processed shortly.


Best regards
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May 25, 2014, 04:30:11 PM
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Dead die?

This is an October Jupiter that's been running from 24/7. Noticed I have a dead die. I already increased the SPI voltage all the way up to 3.3V and it wouldn't kick it on. Then I slowly increased the individual die voltage to the MAX, which is +.1465. Didn't awake up the die either. Is there anything else that can be done to kick this die on?  I would really thought that the rig would last a lot longer then 8 months.



Try turning the overclocking off?

How do you turn overclocking off? Give the module no air and suffocate it?


It is not the die, it is your VRM not starting up.

Try to reboot a few million times and if still does not start up, you will need to change the VRM module.

There is some way also to wake it up soldering bypass resistors, but then will be no controllable from your GUI anymore.

Oh hey, that sounds like fun! Everyone should break out the soldering gun rather than RMA. Smiley

Or rather, they should just live with the defect because trying to fix it isn't cost effective... at all.

Wake up people! Anything that doesn't gain you at least 1 THs these days isn't worth you worrying about. Things have changed drastically over the past few months. Worrying about 160GHs is a waste of your time and effort.

It is not a waste of time, it is expected to work regardless how much hashing it can do.

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May 25, 2014, 04:34:22 PM
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My October Jup is dying  - every now & then it stops hashing and says pool URL invalid in PuTTy.

a few reboots/restarts/curse words later and it usually gets back down the shaft

but its happening more often and requiring more effing about to get it back hashing.

in fairness it could do with a scrub - but that can wait.

how about them refunds?

Maybe their hardware is really not as good as everyone said it was. Their products are only around 8 months old.

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May 25, 2014, 04:51:44 PM
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My October Jup is dying  - every now & then it stops hashing and says pool URL invalid in PuTTy.

a few reboots/restarts/curse words later and it usually gets back down the shaft

but its happening more often and requiring more effing about to get it back hashing.

in fairness it could do with a scrub - but that can wait.

how about them refunds?

Maybe their hardware is really not as good as everyone said it was. Their products are only around 8 months old.


well mine has been great...running oc'd to the sky and most i've notice was dark spots underneath so i put some heatsinks down there and hopefully they will last Cheesy just bought another oct jup...thou it does whine at high oc still a trooper...and also a nov jup that is oc'd almost all the way to pad's max mhz cept for 1 mod...think the vrm isn't liking it...i guess it is all luck about what unit ya got Cheesy no asic company is perfect and remember they didn't have time to stress test these things...but still doesn't make up for the past dealings they have done to their customers...one true statement is all asic companies are greedy fucks n will never care about their customers and if they say they do they are lieing to get you to buy more asics Tongue

Dreams of cyprto solving everything is slowly slipping away...Replaced by scams/hacks Sad
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