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June 20, 2014, 05:14:46 PM
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WTF?    Elenin... what was your order #?
my first order still says "in progress"?

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June 20, 2014, 05:17:23 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:


Are those riveted or screwed together? Any chance of popping open a case and taking a pic?

I haven't open them yet (will do tomorrow).

Looking forward to seeing a production board, I pulled down the new source for the Neptune, looking through it now.. On the surface it looks to be a fairly similar setup to the Jupiter chip so much of the same logic should apply.

can you give us a link?  I like to look at that code as well.
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June 20, 2014, 05:23:09 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:


Are those riveted or screwed together? Any chance of popping open a case and taking a pic?

I haven't open them yet (will do tomorrow).

Looking forward to seeing a production board, I pulled down the new source for the Neptune, looking through it now.. On the surface it looks to be a fairly similar setup to the Jupiter chip so much of the same logic should apply.

Can you find the reported error "KnC: 1.1.118 Failed to setwork (7)" ??.... I do get those whole screens full...(with occasionally a "Accepted share").

By the way: one Box pulls 391 Watt at the wall (this all excluding controller-board), and can do 666 Ghs (In the 3 boxes setup) making: 391 / 666 = 0.587 W/Ghs. 
But the 5 boxes setup is: 391 / 616 = 0.635 W/Ghs......



5 boxes pulling about 610GH/s a little underpowered - are those reeeely 20nm chips or underpowered 28nm Nov Jup chips. Hrmmmm. Dude, I have my doubts on this one.

Elenelen, thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. Maybe ckolivas could shed some light on those setwork errors. Do you know if you're using cgminer or bfgminer?
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June 20, 2014, 05:27:37 PM
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WTF?    Elenin... what was your order #?
my first order still says "in progress"?
Ouch!
One of mine says this:

11730   Cancelled   BitPay   UPS Zone 7   10,166.00 $   2013 November 26 16:09

oh wait, they all say that. damn, what the heck was I thinking?  Roll Eyes
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June 20, 2014, 05:28:32 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:


Are those riveted or screwed together? Any chance of popping open a case and taking a pic?

I haven't open them yet (will do tomorrow).

Looking forward to seeing a production board, I pulled down the new source for the Neptune, looking through it now.. On the surface it looks to be a fairly similar setup to the Jupiter chip so much of the same logic should apply.

Can you find the reported error "KnC: 1.1.118 Failed to setwork (7)" ??.... I do get those whole screens full...(with occasionally a "Accepted share").

By the way: one Box pulls 391 Watt at the wall (this all excluding controller-board), and can do 666 Ghs (In the 3 boxes setup) making: 391 / 666 = 0.587 W/Ghs. 
But the 5 boxes setup is: 391 / 616 = 0.635 W/Ghs......



5 boxes pulling about 610GH/s a little underpowered - are those reeeely 20nm chips or underpowered 28nm Nov Jup chips. Hrmmmm. Dude, I have my doubts on this one.

Elenelen, thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. Maybe ckolivas could shed some light on those setwork errors. Do you know if you're using cgminer or bfgminer?

GCminer version 4.4.0

And it's 666 Ghs for one chip (you need many more Jup-chips for the same).
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June 20, 2014, 05:31:33 PM
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GCminer version 4.4.0

And it's 666 Ghs for one chip (you need many more Jup-chips for the same).


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June 20, 2014, 05:33:36 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:



You can see the display (bleu thing on the bottom of the Controller board)

Did the 5 Neptune boxes came in one same package thru UPS ?

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June 20, 2014, 05:38:46 PM
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These guys never cease to amaze me with their ghetto-designed products. They are such a damned joke.

Seriously, for $12k they couldn't do a better designed enclosure?  Damnable, contemptible assholes.

Lol bro u mad ? jk
LOL - good one!

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June 20, 2014, 05:47:51 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:



You can see the display (bleu thing on the bottom of the Controller board)

Did the 5 Neptune boxes came in one same package thru UPS ?

Yes: a nice cardboard box, with 6 compartments.  But still some heavy thing did press the top during transport, and resulted in some scratches on two Neptune-boxes (even bended the aluminum some what).  But much better packed than the previous Jupiters !
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June 20, 2014, 05:56:14 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!

Yes... if that is the way... I passsss.
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Wow, you are the first guy to get it, the community has been waiting for ever to see and learn about this thing and you can't be bothered to take a couple minutes to share some pics. You fail lazy newb.

Why you guys keep calling Elene Len a GUY. If not stated otherwise, she is a female, and a lucky first Neptune owner   Grin.
I wonder where additional 500-600W go if ASICS are only 1440? Seems like an awful lot of power to drive fans and/or controller.
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June 20, 2014, 06:11:00 PM
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Why you guys keep calling Elene Len a GUY. If not stated otherwise, she is a female, and a lucky first Neptune owner   Grin.

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June 20, 2014, 06:11:28 PM
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I now have 5 boxes running, but 3 boxes have 2 DC/DC's not working   Angry


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June 20, 2014, 06:26:29 PM
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All is working and running now for nearly 4 hours un interrupted: 15 minutes average is 3.3 Ths.  Pool is telling the same.
Considering that it can only become better forward, it's OK.
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June 20, 2014, 06:32:43 PM
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For some reason the error "Failed to setwork" is suddenly disappeared... and now it all looks normal:

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June 20, 2014, 06:36:55 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!

Yes... if that is the way... I passsss.
Sorry

Wow, you are the first guy to get it, the community has been waiting for ever to see and learn about this thing and you can't be bothered to take a couple minutes to share some pics. You fail lazy newb.

Why you guys keep calling Elene Len a GUY. If not stated otherwise, she is a female, and a lucky first Neptune owner   Grin.
I wonder where additional 500-600W go if ASICS are only 1440? Seems like an awful lot of power to drive fans and/or controller.

I think the 2100W was stated from the wall so you have the PSU's in between.
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June 20, 2014, 06:40:37 PM
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Elenelen, can you feel the heat coming from the cubes. Like from a 2000W space heater?

I would imagine 15 cubes (3 Neptunes) in a room will make it a sauna, right?

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June 20, 2014, 06:41:45 PM
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I have this at the wall (2 PSU's): 790 + 1175 = 1965 W
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June 20, 2014, 06:45:46 PM
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Power draw looks good.
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June 20, 2014, 06:48:25 PM
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Elenelen, can you feel the heat coming from the cubes. Like from a 2000W space heater?

I would imagine 15 cubes (3 Neptunes) in a room will make it a sauna, right?

Yes, of course 2000W in Summer isn't something you want to have in a living-room.
It's clear: this year is the last we Mine ourselves (I have still a Titan order as well...).
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June 20, 2014, 06:50:59 PM
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OK... one picture with the 3 boxes:



You can see the display (bleu thing on the bottom of the Controller board)

Still those damn short cables...

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