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June 21, 2014, 11:55:29 AM
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Look at those temperatures  Shocked

I said that the temp monitoring components were far away from the chip because KNC probably knew there would be overheating issues.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg7181832;topicseen#msg7181832

Anyone who shot me down when I said that, please feel free to eat your words!  Tongue

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June 21, 2014, 12:05:04 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.



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June 21, 2014, 12:15:47 PM
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Fuck this

The only reason I didn't refund my $10k was both cloud hashing and the second Neptunes.

If this is true! Cancel my cloud hashing!

I regret not refunding, I'll never make my money back at this point.

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June 21, 2014, 12:19:34 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.

Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.
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June 21, 2014, 12:23:51 PM
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Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

I thought that the Neptune was supposed to be a 4 chip because they said they will use the same Jupiter case/model.

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June 21, 2014, 12:27:49 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.

Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.


Exactly this.

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June 21, 2014, 12:29:57 PM
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Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

I thought that the Neptune was supposed to be a 4 chip because they said they will use the same Jupiter case/model.

This is surely not a Jupiter case model this is more like a S1 or block erupter.
When I asked about the shady design I got the following back

> This has been decided by engineers due to technical reasons.
> This product has never been advertised as rack mountable, moreover, we were always telling customers, that it is not rack mountable.

As if they have mentioned 100 times it would not be a rack mountable or a good designed case.
They have never enclosed any design of their cases for the neptunes!
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June 21, 2014, 12:30:14 PM
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Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

I thought that the Neptune was supposed to be a 4 chip because they said they will use the same Jupiter case/model.

Do you really think they had actually designed a box before last week? Lol. Even the Jupiter case looks like it was designed and built just days before shipping.
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June 21, 2014, 12:31:45 PM
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Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

I thought that the Neptune was supposed to be a 4 chip because they said they will use the same Jupiter case/model.

Do you really think they had actually designed a box before last week? Lol. Even the Jupiter case looks like it was designed and built just days before shipping.


Even the "NEPTUNE" character font type is so cheap.

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June 21, 2014, 12:32:47 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.

Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.


Exactly this.

It also explains why the Mini-Neptune is... um, what is it again, 2 or 3 chips? 2 1/2 chips? Wink
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June 21, 2014, 12:45:05 PM
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Maybe 2 Nep boards + 1 Jup board.

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June 21, 2014, 12:51:19 PM
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Maybe 2 Nep boards + 1 Jup board.

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Whatever they do, it will surely screw the customer while saving money for KNC.

Cheap bastards!
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June 21, 2014, 12:57:43 PM
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Who else is expecting this announcement from KNC next week...

"We are excited to announce that we have 20,000 "new" Jupiter kits for immediate sale at a special discount price of $1000 per THs."
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June 21, 2014, 12:57:52 PM
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Fuck this

The only reason I didn't refund my $10k was both cloud hashing and the second Neptunes.

If this is true! Cancel my cloud hashing!

I regret not refunding, I'll never make my money back at this point.

I didn't ask for refund because of the same reasons as yours. Even though it is difficult to get back the refund with both cloud hashing and second neptune, I treated KnC's previous announcements as a positive sign to care for the customers. I didn't expect they will fuck the customers like this!

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June 21, 2014, 01:07:49 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.

Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

No: the 6th slot is occupied with the Display-board: so max 5 slots for boxes was the original design.
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June 21, 2014, 01:11:31 PM
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I think the controller board can handle only 1,5 Th/s +- 20 %
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June 21, 2014, 01:14:36 PM
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This KfC power arrangement reminds me of pushing 120w through these for overclocked blades back in the day:



Those things got hot hot hot!

KnC clearly planned six modules until recently because they recommended buying two or three power supplies.

How come nobody has  posted an unboxing?

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June 21, 2014, 01:19:24 PM
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Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

I thought that the Neptune was supposed to be a 4 chip because they said they will use the same Jupiter case/model.

Do you really think they had actually designed a box before last week? Lol. Even the Jupiter case looks like it was designed and built just days before shipping.

No, but I remember them stating that they will use the same model as Jupiter's. They never said separate boxes.

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June 21, 2014, 01:21:53 PM
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No space for overclocking.

I expect these are first customer appreciation batch boards and designed with that purpose in mind.

I'm sure the ones heading to boden will be a much better design Tongue
I don´t think so, but they might be underclockable to reach 20% better power efficiency.

The ones sent to customers are simply overclocked to reach the advertised 3TH.

Yep! I stand by my theory that Neptune was supposed to be 6 chips. But some cheap bastard named Sam made an executive decision to save a few dollars when they discovered that the 5 chips could be overclocked to reach 3THs. Nevermind mind that the board components are near spontaneous combustion temps.

No need to wonder why the warranty period is 3 months now.

No: the 6th slot is occupied with the Display-board: so max 5 slots for boxes was the original design.

Screw the display!

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June 21, 2014, 01:23:39 PM
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Screw the display!

We need more hash power!!

How? You really think they will sell separate boards/boxes? I doubt it.

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