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June 28, 2014, 05:26:19 PM
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So now people like KNC?

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June 28, 2014, 05:41:28 PM
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Long time board reader, first time poster.

Just wanna say that KNC delivered me my Neptune. It hashes at 3.025 THs, and with them promising to deliver a second one near the end of August, i'm a fairly satisfied customer.

I'm running it off of 3 1050W ULTRA X4 supplies. I still had to slowly walk the clock up to get them not to over surge the supplies though. It woulda been great to get it sooner and make more money, but what can ya do.

Its been running 3 days, and although the PCIe connectors are hot, nothing has melted yet.

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June 28, 2014, 06:06:56 PM
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anyone had fix the problem with corsair 1200i???

i can not save the settings with d-link software Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry
D-link is router software...  You meant "Corsair Link"?
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Am I to understand that the "regular" corsair ax1200's are okay, and it's only the 1200i which the problem at startup exists?

AX1200 works fine, I run 3 cubes from one of those. I really hope the AX1200i works as well since i have ordered a bunch of them.
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June 28, 2014, 06:23:01 PM
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@ jellin

Answering PM publicly so others can benifit if still confused.
It's only a coincidence that I even noticed the message, I never notice them usually.

The question was about Corsair modular cables.
It may also apply to non modular Corsair PSU I don't  know.
Specifically using ONLY ONE of the PCIe connectors on dual PCIe cables.

The standard Corsair modular SINGLE PCIe cables are constructed with 18AWG wire.
They get HOT.

The modular cables that have 2 PCIe connectors have 16AWG going to the first PCIe but only have 18AWG wire going to the second connector.

If you have a modular Corsair PSU it is better to use only the FIRST PCIe connector on the double PCIe cables.
It is better to NOT USE the modular Corsair single PCIe cables if possible.

To be POSITIVE get a magnifying glass or microscope and look at the wire.
It can be hard to see on black wire so it can help to lightly scuff the wire with a pot scrubber, fine sandpaper, etc.

You want 16AWG or better (lower AWG is better/bigger wire)

18AWG PCIe wires get hotter than 16AWG PCIe wires.

I use 4 strands of 12AWG for each cube.
It is not possible to tell if the cube is on by power cable temp. Smiley
(2 @12V and 2 @ Ground)

Use the lowest AWG wire (biggest) you can for the PCIe cables.
14AWG is very hard to crimp and install unless insulation is thin.
It costs money to make heat with wire, more if removing same heat from room with airconditioner.

This info was originally posted here by User27.
Perhaps go back a few pages and read his post, his explaination may be easier to understand.

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June 28, 2014, 07:03:43 PM
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OK, I have a modified-DIY-box below 70 C and running on 500 Mhz:

How do I get above 500 Mhz ?
Contact KNC, maybe they'll tell you, or add an option in the next firmware.
Could you post pictures of your set-up ?


Edit : Would these 20mm spacers work ? How many do you need per box ?


Yes: 5 pieces.  (tomorrow some pictures...)
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June 28, 2014, 07:59:02 PM
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Avenger, good to see you are still trolling this thread. I know you guaranteed many times that nobody would get a neptune before the end of Q2, but here we are again and KNC is shipping.

Get a life, move on from this thread.

 Avenger's posts are thoughtful, informative, well-constructed and occasionally quite humorous. His graphics are second-to-none. I have used this forum extensively for KNC hardware issues, over-clocking advice and purchasing/refunding advice, I even learned about the 4 vs 8 VRM screwing I got for being one of the first to purchase from KNCminer and I have found Avenger's posts to be very useful.  We need to hear all sides of the discussion; even yours RickJames.

Aww, how sweet.... and how "thoughtful, informative, well-constructed" were his comments when he told everyone that KNC filed for bankruptcy?

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=552854.msg6016471#msg6016471



 Hey, I like your posts too Phoenix but you don't put quite as much into them as Avenger.

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June 28, 2014, 08:40:26 PM
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OK, I have a modified-DIY-box below 70 C and running on 500 Mhz:

How do I get above 500 Mhz ?
Contact KNC, maybe they'll tell you, or add an option in the next firmware.
Could you post pictures of your set-up ?


Edit : Would these 20mm spacers work ? How many do you need per box ?
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if they have open holes in the corners of the board, I do believe they'll work - though you most likely have to take the "box" off to fasten from the other side of the PCB.


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June 28, 2014, 10:25:08 PM
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OK, I have a modified-DIY-box below 70 C and running on 500 Mhz:

How do I get above 500 Mhz ?
Contact KNC, maybe they'll tell you, or add an option in the next firmware.
Could you post pictures of your set-up ?


Edit : Would these 20mm spacers work ? How many do you need per box ?
[img [Suspicious link removed]https://bitcointalk.org/i/2014/06/28/28KGrHqNrcFHEZN9f0DBR299728u8Q60_57.jpg[/img]

if they have open holes in the corners of the board, I do believe they'll work - though you most likely have to take the "box" off to fasten from the other side of the PCB.





they do...and you wouldn't even need a screw holding them in...just screw them in from the bottom...i did on my boards and works fine Smiley course one in the middle wouldn't hurt too for support cause the heatsink is heavy and don't wanna warp the board

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any photos where i can find it these one?"
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June 28, 2014, 10:54:08 PM
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So now people like KNC?

Did you not noticed that only 3 people are happy with KNC?
They are just sucking up.

Please do not give those Scammy F*ckers your hard earned money.
JUST DON`T!!
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June 29, 2014, 12:10:26 AM
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There are going to be a lot of embarrassed punters around here next month when KNC starts shipping a 6TH Neptune.

LOL. In your dreams.

Anyone find a 6TH Neptune yet?

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June 29, 2014, 12:10:54 AM
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OK, I have a modified-DIY-box below 70 C and running on 500 Mhz:

How do I get above 500 Mhz ?
Contact KNC, maybe they'll tell you, or add an option in the next firmware.
Could you post pictures of your set-up ?


Edit : Would these 20mm spacers work ? How many do you need per box ?
[img [Suspicious link removed]https://bitcointalk.org/i/2014/06/28/28KGrHqNrcFHEZN9f0DBR299728u8Q60_57.jpg[/img]

if they have open holes in the corners of the board, I do believe they'll work - though you most likely have to take the "box" off to fasten from the other side of the PCB.





they do...and you wouldn't even need a screw holding them in...just screw them in from the bottom...i did on my boards and works fine Smiley course one in the middle wouldn't hurt too for support cause the heatsink is heavy and don't wanna warp the board


what size thread M5, M6?

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June 29, 2014, 12:19:04 AM
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So now people like KNC?

Did you not noticed that only 3 people are happy with KNC?
They are just sucking up.

Please do not give those Scammy F*ckers your hard earned money.
JUST DON`T!!

The ones who are happy only because they received something that they can mine with.  It wont make back the initial investment, but might get back 5 BTC lifetime.  So long story short is they can lose less.
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June 29, 2014, 01:33:25 AM
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Avenger, good to see you are still trolling this thread. I know you guaranteed many times that nobody would get a neptune before the end of Q2, but here we are again and KNC is shipping.

Get a life, move on from this thread.

 Avenger's posts are thoughtful, informative, well-constructed and occasionally quite humorous. His graphics are second-to-none. I have used this forum extensively for KNC hardware issues, over-clocking advice and purchasing/refunding advice, I even learned about the 4 vs 8 VRM screwing I got for being one of the first to purchase from KNCminer and I have found Avenger's posts to be very useful.  We need to hear all sides of the discussion; even yours RickJames.

Aww, how sweet.... and how "thoughtful, informative, well-constructed" were his comments when he told everyone that KNC filed for bankruptcy?

 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=552854.msg6016471#msg6016471



HaHa! Simpleton!!

i used to despise you for being retarded and spreading retardation among the rest of us.

i now feel somewhat sorry for you, you are clearly sick in the head, and no-one who is supposed to love you has done anything about it, except perhaps leave you to your own delusions...

once again you have shown yourself to be even more retarded than a multi-storey hospital for the mentally impaired.

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hence your attitude towards those who solved 99.9% of the mystery (deception)

perpetually-piti-fool!

you think we forget because you hang around spouting bollocks & ignoring a multitude of facts??

searing thinks we do...

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June 29, 2014, 04:05:12 AM
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still wondering if those vrms are holding out? now that we know they are the 40a model...and already over that plus high heat...wonder how long these babies will last? you can already start to see the flood of neppies on fleabay and a few on here...i wonder if knc are even selling any from their 3rd batch?

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June 29, 2014, 04:53:58 AM
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Avenger, good to see you are still trolling this thread. I know you guaranteed many times that nobody would get a neptune before the end of Q2, but here we are again and KNC is shipping.

Get a life, move on from this thread.
They managed to ship one unit by June 22nd, 8 days from the end of Q2, so I wasn't far wrong. They'll still be shipping well into Q3 by the looks of it, so they will not meet their Q2 obligations.

If they kept to their word and shipped one month apart between batch 1 & batch 2, they'd miss the Q2 deadline by a month.

People's expectations of knc are so low they don't even complain:
1. No newsletter updates for 11 days, during the peak of shipping, to let customers know what's going on. Pathetic.
2. KNC lied about shipping one month between batch 1 & batch 2. Batch 1 customers should be furious, as they are getting nothing extra for their early investment. As Edgar calls it, the customer humiliation batch just keeps getting more humilating. Those guys who bought the $13k rigs must feel pretty cheated right now, seeing as people who paid $3000 less will have their rigs a few days later  Grin
3. Very poor product design. Penny pinching at every opportunity, as Elenelen's post above one again reinforces. Chips to measure temperature as far away as possible from the board, so people can see "hey my boards are only 65C, that's not so bad!". I'm still waiting on someone with a thermal imaging camera to get right in there on one of these hot boxes and give us the real numbers.
4. 90 day warranty for Neptunes! That's the biggest joke of all. The same warranty for secondhand/used goods. With all the cheap components knc are using and the excessive heat these components are running at, it'll be a miracle if they are still running in 3-4 months time. And KNC are, as usual, making the RMA process as DIFFICULT AS POSSIBLE. They are telling people to return DOA/faulty stuff, but not sending them UPS labels to cover the return shipping until customers insist on it. And you can be sure when knc are building their own boards for their datorhall No 2 & 3 & 4, they will be using top quality components and doing rigourous testing. For their competition (i.e. customers), not so much.
5. People who don't have their rigs by 30th June - demand the free hashing package knc promised in February. It has nothing to do with the 241 or HWYW - it was a commitment from KNC to compensate customers if there were "any delays". Will this happen? Or will people just roll over and wait for their knc masters to ship them a rig whenever it suits knc?

DickJames, you have only posted in this thread one time in the last 3 months and use that to take a dig at me? That's a bit sad.

One unit? I'm seeing pictures of tons of them, they are all over the place now. You're such a hack, you'll just keep finding new things to bitch about. I haven't posted here because I was waiting to see if KNC shipped on time. Seeing as they are shipping units now, on time, I find it hilarious that you are still here.

Sad is that you post in this thread so much, not that I'm busy and just checked in when I saw they were shipping.
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There are going to be a lot of embarrassed punters around here next month when KNC starts shipping a 6TH Neptune.

LOL. In your dreams.

Anyone find a 6TH Neptune yet?

I have one in my stable next to the golden unicorn.

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OK, I have a modified-DIY-box below 70 C and running on 500 Mhz:

How do I get above 500 Mhz ?
Contact KNC, maybe they'll tell you, or add an option in the next firmware.
Could you post pictures of your set-up ?


Edit : Would these 20mm spacers work ? How many do you need per box ?
[img [Suspicious link removed]https://bitcointalk.org/i/2014/06/28/28KGrHqNrcFHEZN9f0DBR299728u8Q60_57.jpg[/img]

if they have open holes in the corners of the board, I do believe they'll work - though you most likely have to take the "box" off to fasten from the other side of the PCB.





they do...and you wouldn't even need a screw holding them in...just screw them in from the bottom...i did on my boards and works fine Smiley course one in the middle wouldn't hurt too for support cause the heatsink is heavy and don't wanna warp the board


what size thread M5, M6?

It's M3, and you need 5
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June 29, 2014, 07:30:09 AM
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still wondering if those vrms are holding out? now that we know they are the 40a model...and already over that plus high heat...wonder how long these babies will last?

They are decent quality, running them 20% out of spec as long as temps are kept within control shouldn't have any meaningful impact since the mining gear will be obsolete before their reduced lifespan starts becoming a factor.

However since it's KNC building these I fully expect them to forget the TIM for the VRMs on some units and them to accidentally use cheese for heat sinks on others, in other words if shit starts failing blame KNC and their shit QC and not the ericsson VRMs since they should be fine under controlled conditions Sad
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still wondering if those vrms are holding out? now that we know they are the 40a model...and already over that plus high heat...wonder how long these babies will last?

They are decent quality, running them 20% out of spec as long as temps are kept within control shouldn't have any meaningful impact since the mining gear will be obsolete before their reduced lifespan starts becoming a factor.

However since it's KNC building these I fully expect them to forget the TIM for the VRMs on some units and them to accidentally use cheese for heat sinks on others, in other words if shit starts failing blame KNC and their shit QC and not the ericsson VRMs since they should be fine under controlled conditions Sad

Will last just long enough to provide heat when the winter starts in november.  And it's mining power is more than electricity
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