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June 04, 2014, 01:11:10 PM
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I got today my replacement controller back from KNC for my Super Jupiters.
There is the fimware: "KnC Jupiter Hosting 1.00-rc14" on it.

Does any one knows whats the difference? Also I was there this bitcoin adress: 1A73ExsM2doRwTLp82rv5U36QHbBFmHD1X
Blockchain means that there are double spends on it. Is it realy possible.

The two super jup´s perfoming on 5900 to 6200. It´s ok for me. Oh and need 9500 Watts. I´m glad, that I got an 25Kwp PV system. Smiley
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June 04, 2014, 01:56:12 PM
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strange - my jupiters are the coolest & quietest rigs BY FAR..

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June 04, 2014, 03:09:42 PM
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It's a waste of money to pay to host equipment unless you absolutely don't have the power at home available. Live with the heat and noise.

Size is for convenience.  Both units throw out a lot of heat and noise the sp more so because the fans are smaller.

Wouldn't worry about durability so much as both units will be outdated by october.

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June 04, 2014, 03:51:27 PM
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It's a waste of money to pay to host equipment unless you absolutely don't have the power at home available. Live with the heat and noise.

Not always the case, and it has nothing to do with power supply, it depends on where you are in the world.

Here in the UK $0.20 electric + 20% import duty + fees, mean hosting miners yourself is more expensive than shipping to the USA and getting a company there to do it.

EG An SP10 @ 1200w is about $6 a day in power here, which is exactly what a couple of US hosters charge, you save the import fees and don't have to deal with the noise and heat.

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June 04, 2014, 03:58:46 PM
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True. But things being equal rent and maintenance is more expenses.
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June 04, 2014, 04:05:22 PM
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True. But things being equal rent and maintenance is more expenses.

We have a thread dedicated to Bitcoin miners colocation in the Mining forums. I did post a link a few post earlier. You only have to pay for power, not for rack space.

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June 04, 2014, 07:11:59 PM
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This page looks the same as a bitmain or spongebob thread. Where's the KnC?
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June 04, 2014, 07:17:04 PM
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The hashrate is almost 100PH who thinks KNC has Neptunes up and running yet?   The last 2 days especially alot of power has been added.
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June 04, 2014, 07:23:25 PM
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The hashrate is almost 100PH who thinks KNC has Neptunes up and running yet?   The last 2 days especially alot of power has been added.

I'm thinking it's not Neptunes just yet, although I could be wrong. Seems a bit too early though.

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June 04, 2014, 07:50:35 PM
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The hashrate is almost 100PH who thinks KNC has Neptunes up and running yet?   The last 2 days especially alot of power has been added.

Lol, every preorder thread has this same conspiracy theory. "The hashrate is up so that must mean XYZ company is hashing with my miner rather than shipping it to me!"

News flash! There are many other companies, both public and private, building and shipping miners in massive volume. It sucks because this difficulty adjustment looked to be rather mild until the past couple of days. But thems the breaks!
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June 04, 2014, 08:18:02 PM
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We all expected to have a stabilized decreasing difficulty rate but seems that wont happen for next months.

What the heck is happening, is it maybe the adjusted Btc price?

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June 04, 2014, 08:26:54 PM
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True. But things being equal rent and maintenance is more expenses.

We have a thread dedicated to Bitcoin miners colocation in the Mining forums. I did post a link a few post earlier. You only have to pay for power, not for rack space.

what is 'another thread'?  do you mean another web site?  or another internet like facebook?

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June 04, 2014, 08:36:58 PM
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True. But things being equal rent and maintenance is more expenses.

We have a thread dedicated to Bitcoin miners colocation in the Mining forums. I did post a link a few post earlier. You only have to pay for power, not for rack space.

what is 'another thread'?  do you mean another web site?  or another internet like facebook?

i don't understand

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June 04, 2014, 08:43:56 PM
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We all expected to have a stabilized decreasing difficulty rate but seems that wont happen for next months.

What the heck is happening, is it maybe the adjusted Btc price?

just shows you the real markup of making ASIC hardware

I think a few of us a month ago figured that KNC has around $80 cost per BTC at this point (all things considered) so why wouldn't everyone that has the means to pump out ASIC hardware keep pumping them out until the price goes below $100 or cost starts to ratchet up per BTC mined?

that's another reason KNC was so happy to unload all their bottom barrel jupiters off their shelves..  those were the boards not pulling their full weight and also btc was low $400 at the time..   perfect to unload to desperate greedy dumb schmucks.. even if they gave out twice the amount to some folks those boards were headed to the trashbin anyway

add to that some of these miner companies have junk miners that produce work but nary a block found... there is NO validation mechanism at this time on pools to weed out fugazi miners..  it is a case by case manual process

so not only the small time miner getting squeezed out by the big dogs on hash ratio..  they are also having their public pools getting dead weight junk miners sucking up share payouts while decreasing the % luck of the pool while private pools run at normal luck

you feel like a squashed bug on a windshield yet?





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June 04, 2014, 09:23:02 PM
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We all expected to have a stabilized decreasing difficulty rate but seems that wont happen for next months.

Miner hardware manufacturer marketing crap
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June 04, 2014, 09:41:15 PM
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The hashrate is almost 100PH who thinks KNC has Neptunes up and running yet?   The last 2 days especially alot of power has been added.

Lol, every preorder thread has this same conspiracy theory. "The hashrate is up so that must mean XYZ company is hashing with my miner rather than shipping it to me!"

News flash! There are many other companies, both public and private, building and shipping miners in massive volume. It sucks because this difficulty adjustment looked to be rather mild until the past couple of days. But thems the breaks!

some folks are just very narrow minded - it is always going to be the case, right up til 21million BTC and beyond, hashrate will increase. Anyone who doesn't expect this need to take time out, a hot bath and a big deep breath of reality. Forgive me for stating the obvious but there are indeed more than one ASIC manufacturer on the planet, and once every couple of difficulty rises, two or three do put rigs online at the same time.

i'm stating the obvious now, i'll stop.

Anyway; Neptunes. I am very interested to hear the latest news and see how KfC are coming along with their 'ground-breaking' efforts. Edinburgh has plenty of groundbreaking efforts, hence the reason I need to keep having the suspension on my car fixed. I assume that we will see a similarity with Edinburgh Potholes and Car Suspension as we will Neptunes (X2) and residential electric circuits.

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June 04, 2014, 09:55:41 PM
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Does any one knows whats the difference? Also I was there this bitcoin adress: 1A73ExsM2doRwTLp82rv5U36QHbBFmHD1X
Blockchain means that there are double spends on it. Is it realy possible.
Are you saying the controller you got from KNC had details of mining to this address? The transactions started in early February 2014, which is exactly when kfc started the Boden DC.

Double spends? Of course! KNC are not honest. I bet their checks bounce too.

Bitcoin worth $20,000,000 has passed through address and yet knc force customers to pay the cost to return faulty/broken boards to them.

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June 04, 2014, 10:03:33 PM
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It's scary how the network can go up then down 2-3 ph just like that. That's like the power of a few thousand s2.  Someone is testing a large system right now.
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June 04, 2014, 10:19:58 PM
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guess: 6 TH maybe little more 6.5 TH

nevertheless there is a slight chance they really accomplish a big one and 9 TH will be seen

remember they underestimated the jupiters ALOT last summer. first they said 150 GH later it became 300 GH and in the end 550+ GH

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that's not a joke, that's total delusion  Cheesy

just to clarify things. i have no preorders with knc. i went for refund a LONG time ago and made a decent profit with the nice BTC/USD rate.

nevertheless i know knc now for quite some time and their over-performance trackrecord should be obv to everyone who lingers around in this business longer then just a couple of months.

one important factor is to distinguish between their shipping failures and their data-center-bullshit etc and performance estimates. just cause they did this asshole style datacenter doesnt mean they dont know how to bulid ASICs anymore.



Not too long ago KNC was driving a Ford Explorer. After all the months of what has been happening and their core council is now rich to the guild, that Explorer is just going to sit in the drive way and rust away. They're not going to have the motivation to make that explorer run properly or look good anymore since now they are driving a G-Class SUV Mercedes. While they still can build a beautiful miner, why would they want to.

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June 04, 2014, 10:31:13 PM
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The hashrate is almost 100PH who thinks KNC has Neptunes up and running yet?   The last 2 days especially alot of power has been added.

Lol, every preorder thread has this same conspiracy theory. "The hashrate is up so that must mean XYZ company is hashing with my miner rather than shipping it to me!"

News flash! There are many other companies, both public and private, building and shipping miners in massive volume. It sucks because this difficulty adjustment looked to be rather mild until the past couple of days. But thems the breaks!

Could it be massive mines upgrading? Someone has produced blades with the new ASICMiner chips that just swap with the old blades? All those freon vats of blades being upgraded, so you see a drop in hashrate, then a jump that climbs quickly higher than where it was before the drop.

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