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June 17, 2014, 04:18:27 PM
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Mine is still paid and is at same day as yours
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June 17, 2014, 04:22:15 PM
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Go knc site news with photos
Is awesome
Very nice
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June 17, 2014, 04:25:06 PM
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Is it the beaglebone you are missing, or the whole controller?


This last one I just needed the beaglebone top, I ordered one off of amazon that works.  Knc said they would rma the top part for me so Ill have a spare.
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June 17, 2014, 04:26:08 PM
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And an official update...

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-94



Neptune In Assembly.

We’re pleased to announce touch-down of the first batch of our new 20 nanometer Neptune processors. They are now going through the testing/tweaking/assembly stage in Sweden and shipping will commence this week.


A World First 20-Nanometer Design
The Neptune is a formidable technological achievement. It is the first commercially available 20 nanometer processor shipped to end users. KnCMiner can take pride in beating all competitors to the 20nm stage, including the likes of Intel, Apple and Samsung.

The Neptune is a 1440-core 55x55 mm package tailor-made for the Bitcoin market. Each Neptune consists of 5 chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packacing. Using the speed offered by a true 20nm die process each Neptune churns out more than 3 TH/s while consuming only 2.1 KW at the wall. That works out to 0,7 watts per GH/s or less.

However, there are margins built into our design and the software running our chips can only improve from today on. All future software updates to raise the hashing speed will be free of charge.


Software Updates
We've reached our initial targets on speed and power consumption. But as this is the first day we’ve had the Neptune in our lab our technicians have already implemented a few tricks to increase hashing speed and we’ll release updates to our firmware shortly.

The first two batches of the Neptune miner is all sold-out. Batch three is available for pre-order now in our web shop. Watch this space for more info on upcoming products based on our new state-of-the-art 20nm design process.

We expect to ship to Batch 1 pre-order customers this week and to Batch 2 pre-order customers before the end of the month.

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June 17, 2014, 04:29:22 PM
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Mine is still paid and is at same day as yours

See the timestamp on the far right?  What time was your order?  I have 4 more orders 4 hours later and they are still marked "paid".

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June 17, 2014, 04:32:06 PM
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And an official update...

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-94



Neptune In Assembly.

We’re pleased to announce touch-down of the first batch of our new 20 nanometer Neptune processors. They are now going through the testing/tweaking/assembly stage in Sweden and shipping will commence this week.


A World First 20-Nanometer Design
The Neptune is a formidable technological achievement. It is the first commercially available 20 nanometer processor shipped to end users. KnCMiner can take pride in beating all competitors to the 20nm stage, including the likes of Intel, Apple and Samsung.

The Neptune is a 1440-core 55x55 mm package tailor-made for the Bitcoin market. Each Neptune consists of 5 chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packacing. Using the speed offered by a true 20nm die process each Neptune churns out more than 3 TH/s while consuming only 2.1 KW at the wall. That works out to 0,7 watts per GH/s or less.

However, there are margins built into our design and the software running our chips can only improve from today on. All future software updates to raise the hashing speed will be free of charge.


Software Updates
We've reached our initial targets on speed and power consumption. But as this is the first day we’ve had the Neptune in our lab our technicians have already implemented a few tricks to increase hashing speed and we’ll release updates to our firmware shortly.

The first two batches of the Neptune miner is all sold-out. Batch three is available for pre-order now in our web shop. Watch this space for more info on upcoming products based on our new state-of-the-art 20nm design process.

We expect to ship to Batch 1 pre-order customers this week and to Batch 2 pre-order customers before the end of the month.

I was looking int purchasing some of these a while ago. Is it worth still buying from KNCMiner in the next batches after all the commotion that is occurring?


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June 17, 2014, 04:37:22 PM
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20nm  @  ~0.7W/GH    

Talk about a fail.

On another note: I really hope there's more than one (1) 6-pin PCI-E plug per box.
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June 17, 2014, 04:39:52 PM
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5 boxes, easier to RMA one piece at a time
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June 17, 2014, 04:42:35 PM
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Huh, well well well.... Guess I was right about 20nm tape-out times huh Avenger?
All those nasty comments about how I didn't know what I was talking about, and here they are only a few days later.
That's okay, I forgive you; but I'll take this opportunity to say: "Hahahahahahaa... what a troll"


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June 17, 2014, 04:43:13 PM
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so happy i paid 13.5btc and got 27.5 refunded Smiley
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June 17, 2014, 04:44:33 PM
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And an official update...

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-94



Neptune In Assembly.

We’re pleased to announce touch-down of the first batch of our new 20 nanometer Neptune processors. They are now going through the testing/tweaking/assembly stage in Sweden and shipping will commence this week.


A World First 20-Nanometer Design
The Neptune is a formidable technological achievement. It is the first commercially available 20 nanometer processor shipped to end users. KnCMiner can take pride in beating all competitors to the 20nm stage, including the likes of Intel, Apple and Samsung.

The Neptune is a 1440-core 55x55 mm package tailor-made for the Bitcoin market. Each Neptune consists of 5 chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packacing. Using the speed offered by a true 20nm die process each Neptune churns out more than 3 TH/s while consuming only 2.1 KW at the wall. That works out to 0,7 watts per GH/s or less.

However, there are margins built into our design and the software running our chips can only improve from today on. All future software updates to raise the hashing speed will be free of charge.


Software Updates
We've reached our initial targets on speed and power consumption. But as this is the first day we’ve had the Neptune in our lab our technicians have already implemented a few tricks to increase hashing speed and we’ll release updates to our firmware shortly.

The first two batches of the Neptune miner is all sold-out. Batch three is available for pre-order now in our web shop. Watch this space for more info on upcoming products based on our new state-of-the-art 20nm design process.

We expect to ship to Batch 1 pre-order customers this week and to Batch 2 pre-order customers before the end of the month.

Those are enclosures with fans only. No electronics it seems. Okay, might be in assembly but if they're shipping by the end of this week, why no specs so people can get power supplies? Something still isn't right with all this.
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June 17, 2014, 04:46:49 PM
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And an official update...

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-94

https://www.kncminer.com/userfiles/image/First_Neptune_Assembled_blog_500.jpg

Neptune In Assembly.

We’re pleased to announce touch-down of the first batch of our new 20 nanometer Neptune processors. They are now going through the testing/tweaking/assembly stage in Sweden and shipping will commence this week.


A World First 20-Nanometer Design
The Neptune is a formidable technological achievement. It is the first commercially available 20 nanometer processor shipped to end users. KnCMiner can take pride in beating all competitors to the 20nm stage, including the likes of Intel, Apple and Samsung.

The Neptune is a 1440-core 55x55 mm package tailor-made for the Bitcoin market. Each Neptune consists of 5 chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packacing. Using the speed offered by a true 20nm die process each Neptune churns out more than 3 TH/s while consuming only 2.1 KW at the wall. That works out to 0,7 watts per GH/s or less.

However, there are margins built into our design and the software running our chips can only improve from today on. All future software updates to raise the hashing speed will be free of charge.


Software Updates
We've reached our initial targets on speed and power consumption. But as this is the first day we’ve had the Neptune in our lab our technicians have already implemented a few tricks to increase hashing speed and we’ll release updates to our firmware shortly.

The first two batches of the Neptune miner is all sold-out. Batch three is available for pre-order now in our web shop. Watch this space for more info on upcoming products based on our new state-of-the-art 20nm design process.

We expect to ship to Batch 1 pre-order customers this week and to Batch 2 pre-order customers before the end of the month.

Nice, but my Batch 1 preorder was $13200, which is $4/GH-no bargain. However, KnC could increase market share if they want by being price flexible.
3TH machine from the stock NOW for $4000-4499 would be attractive (I realize that this is impossible until they fulfill batch 1 and 2).
Batch 3 is still overpriced considering that it will be shipping in a month and a half. You can get 3TH for ~6K easily right now (one and a half month early).
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June 17, 2014, 04:47:15 PM
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And an official update...

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-94

Neptune In Assembly.

We’re pleased to announce touch-down of the first batch of our new 20 nanometer Neptune processors. They are now going through the testing/tweaking/assembly stage in Sweden and shipping will commence this week.


A World First 20-Nanometer Design
The Neptune is a formidable technological achievement. It is the first commercially available 20 nanometer processor shipped to end users. KnCMiner can take pride in beating all competitors to the 20nm stage, including the likes of Intel, Apple and Samsung.

The Neptune is a 1440-core 55x55 mm package tailor-made for the Bitcoin market. Each Neptune consists of 5 chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packacing. Using the speed offered by a true 20nm die process each Neptune churns out more than 3 TH/s while consuming only 2.1 KW at the wall. That works out to 0,7 watts per GH/s or less.

However, there are margins built into our design and the software running our chips can only improve from today on. All future software updates to raise the hashing speed will be free of charge.


Software Updates
We've reached our initial targets on speed and power consumption. But as this is the first day we’ve had the Neptune in our lab our technicians have already implemented a few tricks to increase hashing speed and we’ll release updates to our firmware shortly.

The first two batches of the Neptune miner is all sold-out. Batch three is available for pre-order now in our web shop. Watch this space for more info on upcoming products based on our new state-of-the-art 20nm design process.

We expect to ship to Batch 1 pre-order customers this week and to Batch 2 pre-order customers before the end of the month.

Those are enclosures with fans only. No electronics it seems. Okay, might be in assembly but if they're shipping by the end of this week, why no specs so people can get power supplies? Something still isn't right with all this.

Looks like the power connector is on the side.
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June 17, 2014, 04:57:05 PM
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20nm  @  ~0.7W/GH    

Talk about a fail.

On another note: I really hope there's more than one (1) 6-pin PCI-E plug per box.

According to a photo posted here previously (within the last few days) there is only one power connection per PCB.

I predict something similar to the Oct 'caps on fire' production delay when the cables carrying 400W each start to fail outside of the test environment.

When (not If) any one of the 6 wires has a poor crimp or stretched socket it will not be pretty.

YMMV
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June 17, 2014, 05:00:56 PM
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How many PCI cables needed?
This is more or less 200Amp, or 10-12 pci 6 pin connectors?

2100W under a single fan?
Can those heat amounts be dissipated through that small construction?

Also, how is the heat being dissipated from the chip?

Water cooling? Or ? ? ?
 

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June 17, 2014, 05:01:23 PM
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they better ship unassembled...shipping these freaks me out...same fucken tin, is the heatsink tied down, prob not...definately NOT!  Another shipping FAIL coming!!!!
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June 17, 2014, 05:06:20 PM
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now, refunded customers, are VERY VERY VERY happy Cheesy
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June 17, 2014, 05:07:51 PM
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In what sense?

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June 17, 2014, 05:11:48 PM
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2100W under a single fan?
Can those heat amounts be dissipated through that small construction?

Looks like 600gh per box.

Not a bad idea to break up the neptune if you ask me.

Gives much more flexibility as 2100w units are just inconvenient.
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June 17, 2014, 05:12:42 PM
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How many PCI cables needed?
This is more or less 200Amp, or 10-12 pci 6 pin connectors?

2100W under a single fan?
Can those heat amounts be dissipated through that small construction?

Also, how is the heat being dissipated from the chip?

Water cooling? Or ? ? ?
 

I'd guess that 5 of those boxes makes a full neptune, so 3000/5=600GH per box. 600*0.7W/GH = 450W per box.

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