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June 29, 2014, 11:33:24 AM
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does anyone push the mh at 500 mh or not?
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June 29, 2014, 11:36:15 AM
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does anyone push the mh at 500 mh or not?
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Yes, Elenelen posted this one page back : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg7564241#msg7564241

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June 29, 2014, 11:47:52 AM
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Alright, I have finished a process for making a heavy duty 2:1 PCIe adapter for Neptune owners.  It is made with 16AWG wires and minifit HCS (high current system) pins capable of 13A.  It is tricky to make with crimping two 16 gauge wires together but I soldered the pins to the wires after crimping for best contact.  I cannot guarantee that the nylon housings at the pcb won't melt so be sure there is some airflow there.

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Pricing is $8 each with discounts for larger orders.  Shipping will be priority mail with tracking which is $6 for US and $24 for international.
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June 29, 2014, 01:13:24 PM
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Alright, I have finished a process for making a heavy duty 2:1 PCIe adapter for Neptune owners.  It is made with 16AWG wires and minifit HCS (high current system) pins capable of 13A.  It is tricky to make with crimping two 16 gauge wires together but I soldered the pins to the wires after crimping for best contact.  I cannot guarantee that the nylon housings at the pcb won't melt so be sure there is some airflow there.

Here she is:


Pricing is $8 each with discounts for larger orders.  Shipping will be priority mail with tracking which is $6 for US and $24 for international.
Please PM if you are interested.  Thanks

Another solution (but a lot more DIY work):

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June 29, 2014, 01:18:12 PM
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How did you connect the pads between the pcbs? 

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June 29, 2014, 01:34:44 PM
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How did you connect the pads between the pcbs? 

I posted a lot more pictures here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313978.1133
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June 29, 2014, 05:15:23 PM
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Alright, I have finished a process for making a heavy duty 2:1 PCIe adapter for Neptune owners.  It is made with 16AWG wires and minifit HCS (high current system) pins capable of 13A.  It is tricky to make with crimping two 16 gauge wires together but I soldered the pins to the wires after crimping for best contact.  I cannot guarantee that the nylon housings at the pcb won't melt so be sure there is some airflow there.

Here she is:


Pricing is $8 each with discounts for larger orders.  Shipping will be priority mail with tracking which is $6 for US and $24 for international.
Please PM if you are interested.  Thanks

Another solution (but a lot more DIY work):



if anyone is interested, I have plates that replace the mounting apparatus they used.  It will get the foam out of the way of the VRMs and allow more airflow over the PCB.

They'll come with the plates, screws, nuts and spacers for all 5 ASICs - .0675 BTC plus shipping (USPS Priority/Priority Express, your choice)
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June 29, 2014, 07:04:11 PM
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Alright, I have finished a process for making a heavy duty 2:1 PCIe adapter for Neptune owners.  It is made with 16AWG wires and minifit HCS (high current system) pins capable of 13A.  It is tricky to make with crimping two 16 gauge wires together but I soldered the pins to the wires after crimping for best contact.  I cannot guarantee that the nylon housings at the pcb won't melt so be sure there is some airflow there.

Here she is:


Pricing is $8 each with discounts for larger orders.  Shipping will be priority mail with tracking which is $6 for US and $24 for international.
Please PM if you are interested.  Thanks

Another solution (but a lot more DIY work):



if anyone is interested, I have plates that replace the mounting apparatus they used.  It will get the foam out of the way of the VRMs and allow more airflow over the PCB.

They'll come with the plates, screws, nuts and spacers for all 5 ASICs - .0675 BTC plus shipping (USPS Priority/Priority Express, your choice)
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Sorry but they will not fit !.... you need an T-shape plate, and not an I-shape
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June 29, 2014, 08:48:22 PM
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So basically, the neptune is another DIY kit?  Im glad I took the frankencrap, I guess???
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June 29, 2014, 09:21:35 PM
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How do you get these "Neptune" things to go up past one terrahash consistently?

After putting overkill amounts of power supplies, now up to a total of four power supplies to power the five cubes plus controller, all five cubes now look about the same, that is, no indication that any particular cube has problems, although the interface does not show how many hashes each cube is getting. They all have about the same voltages, currents, and watts. The grand total hashing shown by the little LCD screen ranges from 750 gigahashes up to sometimes as much as 1.2 terrahashes.

Frequencies and voltages are at factory defaults. I have tried RC6, RC8 and RC9 firmwares.

This is basically as good as it gets using factory settings, so what the heck are people doing to get two or three terrahashes out of these things?

The power supplies thing was because even using 1200 watt supplies many were not able to run two cubes well. I had a couple of coolmax ZPG-1200B for example one of which seems to have given up the ghost completely after trying to power three cubes the other pretended to power two cubes but one of the two always sat at 3 to 9 watts total power usage. So I now have that one powering just one cube and a coolermaster EX2 725 powering the other cube. I had another EX2 725 powering another cube but had not really wanted to use this second one to power the cube that the ZPG-1200B wasn't seeming to work well for because previously when I had been using both EX2 725's to power one cube each one of them had turned itself off, presumably indicating that either that PSU or whichever cube it had been powering when it turned itself off was somehow peaking or something enough to have 725 watts borderline even for just a single cube...

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June 29, 2014, 09:29:46 PM
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How do you get these "Neptune" things to go up past one terrahash consistently?

After putting overkill amounts of power supplies, now up to a total of four power supplies to power the five cubes plus controller, all five cubes now look about the same, that is, no indication that any particular cube has problems, although the interface does not show how many hashes each cube is getting. They all have about the same voltages, currents, and watts. The grand total hashing shown by the little LCD screen ranges from 750 gigahashes up to sometimes as much as 1.2 terrahashes.

Frequencies and voltages are at factory defaults. I have tried RC6, RC8 and RC9 firmwares.

This is basically as good as it gets using factory settings, so what the heck are people doing to get two or three terrahashes out of these things?

The power supplies thing was because even using 1200 watt supplies many were not able to run two cubes well. I had a couple of coolmax ZPG-1200B for example one of which seems to have given up the ghost completely after trying to power three cubes the other pretended to power two cubes but one of the two always sat at 3 to 9 watts total power usage. So I now have that one powering just one cube and a coolermaster EX2 725 powering the other cube. I had another EX2 725 powering another cube but has not really wanted to use this second one to power the cube that the ZPG-1200B wasn't seeming to work well for because previously when I had been using both EX2 725's to power one cube each one of them had turned itself off, presumably indicating that either that PSU or whichever cube it had been powering when it turned itself off was somehow peaking or something enough to have 725 watts borderline even for just a single cube...

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wonder if all yer cubes are running on half power...cause 1.2th/s is alittle under half the 3th/s...show us yer advanced page...maybe your psu's can handle it? or knc crappy units

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June 29, 2014, 09:33:57 PM
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I don't know how to post images, I am familiar with pastebin sites but not sure how people paste pictures.

The page shows wattages usually 265 to 297 or so, but flicks to tiny numbers like 3 or 9 watts from time to time for moments too.

Temperatures of dies in one ASIC range from 77 through 93 degrees. Possibly it is throttling a lot due to temperatures or something like that.

Actually just saw one have a range of 74 through 95.

It doesn't seem to be throttling the 95 either so maybe throttling due to temperature is not what is going on.

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June 29, 2014, 10:11:33 PM
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I don't know how to post images, I am familiar with pastebin sites but not sure how people paste pictures.

The page shows wattages usually 265 to 297 or so, but flicks to tiny numbers like 3 or 9 watts from time to time for moments too.

Temperatures of dies in one ASIC range from 77 through 93 degrees. Possibly it is throttling a lot due to temperatures or something like that.

Actually just saw one have a range of 74 through 95.

It doesn't seem to be throttling the 95 either so maybe throttling due to temperature is not what is going on.

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June 29, 2014, 10:17:59 PM
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I don't know how to post images, I am familiar with pastebin sites but not sure how people paste pictures.

The page shows wattages usually 265 to 297 or so, but flicks to tiny numbers like 3 or 9 watts from time to time for moments too.

Temperatures of dies in one ASIC range from 77 through 93 degrees. Possibly it is throttling a lot due to temperatures or something like that.

Actually just saw one have a range of 74 through 95.

It doesn't seem to be throttling the 95 either so maybe throttling due to temperature is not what is going on.

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That last ASIC happened to get snapshotted just when it showed low wattage; the numbers fluctate, so shortly it again looked much like all the others.

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June 29, 2014, 10:50:35 PM
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I don't know how to post images, I am familiar with pastebin sites but not sure how people paste pictures.

The page shows wattages usually 265 to 297 or so, but flicks to tiny numbers like 3 or 9 watts from time to time for moments too.

Temperatures of dies in one ASIC range from 77 through 93 degrees. Possibly it is throttling a lot due to temperatures or something like that.

Actually just saw one have a range of 74 through 95.

It doesn't seem to be throttling the 95 either so maybe throttling due to temperature is not what is going on.

-MarkM-


think its your psu's...what kind are they? what watts? what pool ya using? you sure you have stable net to controller board? sounds like its going to idle cause either it is losing net or pool isn't sending work or i heard on IRC the BBB isn't the best...think its the black version and has problems...idk I looked back at elen pics of stock unit adv. tab and it showed 280w per asic or so...

just saw yer post...ya i'd look at psu or pool or controller board...do you have all the cables seated right as well?

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June 29, 2014, 10:56:08 PM
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I have a 1000 watt Cougar CMX powering one cube and the controller, an Aurum AU-1000PRO powering one cube, two Cooler Master 725's each powering one cube, and a Cooler Master ZPG-1200B powering one cube. That is, five power supplies currently to power the five cubes plus one controller. Because one ZPG-1200B died trying to power three cubes and the other didn't seem to really suffice for two cubes (both fresh out of the box new from Newegg).

Network should not be a problem as I have a backup pool configured and both pools use stratum so even though I have more hash power the pools should simply adjust the share-difficulty to keep the net usage much the same. All cables seem fine. Besides if they were not they'd all have to be equally unfine wouldn't they since there seem to be no problem cubes just a general overall unexpectedly low hash rate for the whole kit and kaboodle.

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June 29, 2014, 11:16:13 PM
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Alright, I have finished a process for making a heavy duty 2:1 PCIe adapter for Neptune owners.  It is made with 16AWG wires and minifit HCS (high current system) pins capable of 13A.  It is tricky to make with crimping two 16 gauge wires together but I soldered the pins to the wires after crimping for best contact.  I cannot guarantee that the nylon housings at the pcb won't melt so be sure there is some airflow there.

Here she is:


Pricing is $8 each with discounts for larger orders.  Shipping will be priority mail with tracking which is $6 for US and $24 for international.
Please PM if you are interested.  Thanks

Another solution (but a lot more DIY work):



if anyone is interested, I have plates that replace the mounting apparatus they used.  It will get the foam out of the way of the VRMs and allow more airflow over the PCB.

They'll come with the plates, screws, nuts and spacers for all 5 ASICs - .0675 BTC plus shipping (USPS Priority/Priority Express, your choice)
PM me ...
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Sorry but they will not fit !.... you need an T-shape plate, and not an I-shape

true, it won't fit with the box on it.  You'd have to turn the Arctic radiator 90o and it will be mounted in the same fashion as the Jupiter.  It looks like everyone is doing their best to make it work. 
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June 29, 2014, 11:44:50 PM
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I have a 1000 watt Cougar CMX powering one cube and the controller, an Aurum AU-1000PRO powering one cube, two Cooler Master 725's each powering one cube, and a Cooler Master ZPG-1200B powering one cube. That is, five power supplies currently to power the five cubes plus one controller. Because one ZPG-1200B died trying to power three cubes and the other didn't seem to really suffice for two cubes (both fresh out of the box new from Newegg).

Network should not be a problem as I have a backup pool configured and both pools use stratum so even though I have more hash power the pools should simply adjust the share-difficulty to keep the net usage much the same. All cables seem fine. Besides if they were not they'd all have to be equally unfine wouldn't they since there seem to be no problem cubes just a general overall unexpectedly low hash rate for the whole kit and kaboodle.

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well then its either the psu's or the asics themselves...really no reason why you shouldn't be hashing at 3th/s right now...another guy on IRC is having troubles too...and he said with every restart it seems to be getting worse...good luck to ya man...maybe you can hook one unit up to controller and power it with the cougar 1k w psu and see how it hashes and just go at it one by one and see if you have a problem asic that is causing problems with the rest of'em...have no clue just trying to help

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I have a 1000 watt Cougar CMX powering one cube and the controller, an Aurum AU-1000PRO powering one cube, two Cooler Master 725's each powering one cube, and a Cooler Master ZPG-1200B powering one cube. That is, five power supplies currently to power the five cubes plus one controller. Because one ZPG-1200B died trying to power three cubes and the other didn't seem to really suffice for two cubes (both fresh out of the box new from Newegg).

Network should not be a problem as I have a backup pool configured and both pools use stratum so even though I have more hash power the pools should simply adjust the share-difficulty to keep the net usage much the same. All cables seem fine. Besides if they were not they'd all have to be equally unfine wouldn't they since there seem to be no problem cubes just a general overall unexpectedly low hash rate for the whole kit and kaboodle.

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