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June 20, 2014, 08:53:26 AM
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I am already internally laughing at anyone who ordered a non-refundable titan from them....



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June 20, 2014, 08:54:28 AM
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Each Neptune Cube uses a high-quality PCI-E connection and draws approximately 300 watts at it’s port


300 x 5= 2100? Huh

And did you see? The ports are fan-cooled!

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These ports are fan-cooled and can handle the power, but make sure you’re using high-quality PSU:s, connectors and cables. Be careful when inserting and removing connectors as wear and tear may damage connectors. The act of inserting/removing cable connectors into ports degrades connection surfaces every time it’s done and should be minimized.

That should really help the fires to grow quickly by feeding air directly to the hot spot.    Tongue

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Btw so the controller box will apparently draw a decent share of watts too...

Prepare to enter a world of stress
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June 20, 2014, 09:04:29 AM
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Each Neptune Cube uses a high-quality PCI-E connection and draws approximately 300 watts at it’s port


300 x 5= 2100? Huh

And did you see? The ports are fan-cooled!

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These ports are fan-cooled and can handle the power, but make sure you’re using high-quality PSU:s, connectors and cables. Be careful when inserting and removing connectors as wear and tear may damage connectors. The act of inserting/removing cable connectors into ports degrades connection surfaces every time it’s done and should be minimized.

That should really help the fires to grow quickly by feeding air directly to the hot spot.    Tongue

Smiley

Btw so the controller box will apparently draw a decent share of watts too...

500 watts? Lol. Have you ever touched the Jupiter controller board? Not even lukewarm. So it's probably using far less than 100 watts (wild guess). Now touch a VRM on an ASIC board. Scorching hot!
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June 20, 2014, 11:32:33 AM
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What do I win?

[BTW, I want to go on record predicting KnC will turn in to another Avalon, with general praise for their first batch/gen being roughly on time and more profitable than hoped for, yet failing to deliver on the next batch/gen in time for any chance of profit.

[..]

Its not gonna happen in Q1 and most likely not before the end of Q2. And it wont be profitable (btc denominated).
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June 20, 2014, 11:48:25 AM
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It's definitely sketchy, and perhaps in some countries illegal since they are formally asking their customers to run a Power supply significantly out of spec to the point where it is a fire hazard. Perhaps they ran through things with legal and have confirmation that they will not be liable if there are issues, but it puts customers in a tough position.

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June 20, 2014, 11:59:15 AM
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What do I win?

[BTW, I want to go on record predicting KnC will turn in to another Avalon, with general praise for their first batch/gen being roughly on time and more profitable than hoped for, yet failing to deliver on the next batch/gen in time for any chance of profit.

[..]

Its not gonna happen in Q1 and most likely not before the end of Q2. And it wont be profitable (btc denominated).

You win "Hash While You Wait"...




for an eternity.
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June 20, 2014, 12:01:57 PM
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What do I win?

[BTW, I want to go on record predicting KnC will turn in to another Avalon, with general praise for their first batch/gen being roughly on time and more profitable than hoped for, yet failing to deliver on the next batch/gen in time for any chance of profit.

[..]

Its not gonna happen in Q1 and most likely not before the end of Q2. And it wont be profitable (btc denominated).

You win "Hash While You Wait"...




for an eternity.

Or... "Wait while we hash"

Oh, what? they already award that prize?

tips    1APp826DqjJBdsAeqpEstx6Q8hD4urac8a
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June 20, 2014, 12:05:31 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.


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June 20, 2014, 12:10:21 PM
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What do I win?

[BTW, I want to go on record predicting KnC will turn in to another Avalon, with general praise for their first batch/gen being roughly on time and more profitable than hoped for, yet failing to deliver on the next batch/gen in time for any chance of profit.

[..]

Its not gonna happen in Q1 and most likely not before the end of Q2. And it wont be profitable (btc denominated).

You win "Hash While You Wait"...




for an eternity.

Or... "Wait while we hash"

Oh, what? they already award that prize?

Way overused but I literally LOL'ed at that!
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June 20, 2014, 12:12:14 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




Wait! What? You actually have a Neptune in-hand? Fuck yes, you're the first!



Do you have your fire extinguisher handy?
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June 20, 2014, 12:15:11 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




Wait! What? You actually have a Neptune in-hand? Fuck yes, you're the first!

that's what I want to know also...  didn't Phoenix have the earliest order number?
how about a photo?
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June 20, 2014, 12:17:23 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




Wait! What? You actually have a Neptune in-hand? Fuck yes, you're the first!

that's what I want to know also...  didn't Phoenix have the earliest order number?
how about a photo?

Photo later..... too busy testing and configuring every thing.
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June 20, 2014, 12:19:19 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




Wait! What? You actually have a Neptune in-hand? Fuck yes, you're the first!

that's what I want to know also...  didn't Phoenix have the earliest order number?
how about a photo?

Oh god, who knows?! He's contradicted himself so many times. He's actually physically become an enigma.

Plus, he's in Hawaii so he's in some wired Polynesian timezone.
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June 20, 2014, 12:20:02 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)


Mind sharing your order # to give all those waiting a sense of how many are shipped?

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June 20, 2014, 12:21:39 PM
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Photo is simple
Only 2 seconds
Take and post it
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June 20, 2014, 12:24:18 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




Wait! What? You actually have a Neptune in-hand? Fuck yes, you're the first!

that's what I want to know also...  didn't Phoenix have the earliest order number?
how about a photo?

Photo later..... too busy testing and configuring every thing.

how long ago did you post that you received your tracking number?  
how long did it take for delivery from receiving tracking number and actually getting the Neptune?
did you have to pay VAT/tax? if so, how much?
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June 20, 2014, 12:25:10 PM
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Photo is simple
Only 2 seconds
Take and post it

Not on this board! Have you actually tried it? You have to upload it to an image-host site, edit it, link it...

It's a major pain in the ass!
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June 20, 2014, 12:26:06 PM
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He posted the order number yesterday. It should be a page or so back.  Check his history and you will find it.


EDIT:  People may want to consider moving away from consumer PSU's and toward server PSU's instead.  At least then you can control the wiring and connectors up to the Neptune.  The only issue I could see would be with housings but who knows?

Tired of substandard power distribution in your ASIC setup???   Chris' Custom Cablez will get you sorted out right!  No job too hard so PM me for a quote
Check my products or ask a question here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74397.0
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June 20, 2014, 12:33:20 PM
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Photo is simple
Only 2 seconds
Take and post it

Oh yes?   please explain me how I should do that here on bitcointalk-forum.... as I see no button to upload a gif-file....  I think I'm still a newbie Angry

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June 20, 2014, 12:33:51 PM
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I have it running now (I guess I'm the first...)

It does: about 3.3 Th  and 1950W at the wall (the internal ASIC-monitor gives about 1440W...I have no idea where the difference is going to).
The chip is running on 475 Mhz (and can be set to 500 {not tried yet}).

There is one new thing on the controller-board: on plug-6 there is a small display-board which gives info about the IP-address and Hash-speed (very nice)... but this means as well that 5 boxes is the maximum.

The one PCE-power plug isn't running hot {the fan is indeed pressing air through the hole}, but the cables are 44 degrees Celsius.




What PSU are you using?? Thanks

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