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August 01, 2014, 06:01:32 AM
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Hi guys!

The Titans will be?
Something tells me that it is necessary to demand a refund and the Titans.

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August 01, 2014, 06:06:11 AM
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Hi guys!

The Titans will be?
Something tells me that it is necessary to demand a refund and the Titans.

Good luck with that.

Now go read the terms and conditions of the sale (like you should have done before you sent them your money)

Sorry to be a dick, but this has been covered in this thread a hundred times

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August 01, 2014, 06:14:35 AM
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If knc dont refund neptune buyers then surely they should be investigated by a company trading authority,they just dont seem remotely care from what i have been reading...

from what I understand they don't even acknowledge there IS a problem..they blame the power supplies (yeah corsair 1200i units are so 'not mainstream')

usual bait/switch/stall .....must have paid for the BFL seminar ....I mean really ...like people with Neptunes can't read specs recommended on the power plug they used

they were cheap but hey with the 90 day warranty now...they can probably skate on some of this till that 90 days is gone and your stuck with it

miss the old KNC.....frigging evil KNC twin figging took over the kingdom me thinks

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You say 90 day warranty, but didn't we all get the 12 months as stated when we ordered? I never agreed to a revised T&C knocking 9 months of the warranty!

er no clue ..was in trusting mode when I got the Titan on a Neptune CA xfer...it was 2 weeks or so after this that all went to hell at KNC and they started the current slide
i miss being happy and clueless about KNC ...well now that it is the evil knc with no refunds...I'd assume they would try to get us and say it is only 90 days

if you have some kinda link I'd sure like to know I have a batch 1 Titan order...provide a link..but likely they will just change the TOS to 90 days and claim they
can because the product does not exist yet...or some other silliniess

anyway if you are correct shoot us a link and/or some info on such..this make come in handy ....esp if the Titan too has power plug issues

but me was stupid and happy back then .....rude awakening happened 2 weeks later or so if I remember correctly as the slide started to BFL at KNC

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Hi guys!

The Titans will be?
Something tells me that it is necessary to demand a refund and the Titans.

Good luck with that.

Now go read the terms and conditions of the sale (like you should have done before you sent them your money)

Sorry to be a dick, but this has been covered in this thread a hundred times



admited KNC fan boy when I got the Titan .before in the next few weeks KNC went to the dark side....anwyay the no refund was there ..that I knew about
as to the 90 day no idea if it was 1 year or 90 day..I was a first batch Titan buyer thou

anyway just fessing up!

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August 01, 2014, 08:57:10 AM
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what? now knc only provides 90 days of warranty?!

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August 01, 2014, 09:02:08 AM
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what? now knc only provides 90 days of warranty?!

Regarding that they completely ignore specifications for the voltage regulators as well as power supply cables, I'd say its generous.

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August 01, 2014, 12:00:22 PM
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Hi ,

Yes, the warranty period for your order is 12 months.

I believe that you need to RMA this board, I will send this request over to our RMA team to issue you with an RMA number.

Med vänlig hälsning |  Best regards

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August 01, 2014, 02:23:07 PM
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Yes, the warranty period for your order is 12 months.

I believe that you need to RMA this board, I will send this request over to our RMA team to issue you with an RMA number.

Med vänlig hälsning |  Best regards

I know it's 12 months and have tried to return a cube that has a dead die on it only to be told that it's not covered because the machine as a whole is still slightly over 3TH. I have since had a PCI-e socket melt and KnC have publicly blamed power supplies and cables for this (which is not the case).

I am using the 16AWG cables that came with the AX1200i; the fault is clearly with the KnC "design" and not the cables.

Look at the ant S3 for instance; they have four PCI-e sockets per 350w machine to meet the 100w spec per PCI-e 6-way. KnC must have saved <$0.50 per cube by skimping on power sockets which makes no sense on a $10 to $13k machine.

Not a happy customer.

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August 01, 2014, 02:33:45 PM
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I know it's 12 months and have tried to return a cube that has a dead die on it only to be told that it's not covered because the machine as a whole is still slightly over 3TH. I have since had a PCI-e socket melt and KnC have publicly blamed power supplies and cables for this (which is not the case).


Could you post a picture?
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August 01, 2014, 02:46:24 PM
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Could you post a picture?

scroll up a few days.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg8034606#msg8034606

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August 01, 2014, 03:01:51 PM
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My bad, thanks user27.
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August 01, 2014, 03:10:28 PM
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I am using the 16AWG cables that came with the AX1200i; the fault is clearly with the KnC "design" and not the cables.


What makes you think the AX1200i comes with 16AWG cables? I've never seen one with anything other than "type3" 18AWG cables. I've seen quite a few of them as well.

I've also had them melt/smoke/burn spectacularly: http://imgur.com/a/UUpEG

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August 01, 2014, 04:31:01 PM
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What makes you think the AX1200i comes with 16AWG cables? I've never seen one with anything other than "type3" 18AWG cables. I've seen quite a few of them as well.

I've also had them melt/smoke/burn spectacularly: http://imgur.com/a/UUpEG

I don't "think" they come with 16AWG; they do.

Again with the scrolling up guys...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg7508465#msg7508465

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August 01, 2014, 05:11:35 PM
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What makes you think the AX1200i comes with 16AWG cables? I've never seen one with anything other than "type3" 18AWG cables. I've seen quite a few of them as well.

I've also had them melt/smoke/burn spectacularly: http://imgur.com/a/UUpEG

I don't "think" they come with 16AWG; they do.

Again with the scrolling up guys...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg7508465#msg7508465


I will confirm this for those not in possession of a 1200i or who failed to examine them carefully.  Smiley

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August 01, 2014, 05:33:24 PM
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Hi ,

Yes, the warranty period for your order is 12 months.

I believe that you need to RMA this board, I will send this request over to our RMA team to issue you with an RMA number.

Med vänlig hälsning |  Best regards

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This is for batch 0 response to warranty period question
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Please tell me, I get my Titan until the end of the Q3 2014?
And if you do not get it, how long do I wait for a refund?

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What makes you think the AX1200i comes with 16AWG cables? I've never seen one with anything other than "type3" 18AWG cables. I've seen quite a few of them as well.

I've also had them melt/smoke/burn spectacularly: http://imgur.com/a/UUpEG

I don't "think" they come with 16AWG; they do.

Again with the scrolling up guys...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg7508465#msg7508465


I will confirm this for those not in possession of a 1200i or who failed to examine them carefully.  Smiley

I have an AX1200i, just stripped one of the cables, and they are 18 AWG.  If I had a microscope w/ a camera, I'd take a picture - the writing is pretty damn small, so my 13 year old son who has 20/20 vision (I wear glasses) confirmed it for me.


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Last edit: August 01, 2014, 10:17:37 PM by Phoenix1969
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I am using the 16AWG cables that came with the AX1200i; the fault is clearly with the KnC "design" and not the cables.


What makes you think the AX1200i comes with 16AWG cables? I've never seen one with anything other than "type3" 18AWG cables. I've seen quite a few of them as well.

I've also had them melt/smoke/burn spectacularly: http://imgur.com/a/UUpEG

ditto....  the 1200i's we have all have 18awg, while the regular ax1200's we have all have 16awg.  The "i" must stand for "inferior"

"Need to know"  Basics...
Plugging in the pci cable fully can be tricky, as most of the cubes have the pcb mounted about 1mm too low, and the plug tends to catch on the bottom of the hole in the cube. In order to get them to fully plug in FULLY, you must slightly LIFT UP and push in on the pci plug after it first gets a bite for it to fully slide into the plug socket.
If you miss it, and it fails to fully latch, it may indeed melt; especially if your psu employs 16awg wires.
Seeing a single wire on the pci plug begin the meltdown is a sure sign of a poor connection...
and if you use a dab of conductive grease on each pci connection, it will also help make good contact, and avoid all this.
power delivery is 95% on these imho
Plugging and unplugging the pci plugs too much or not gentile can also quickly loosen the connections.


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August 01, 2014, 10:42:05 PM
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"Need to know"  Basics...
Plugging in the pci cable fully can be tricky, as most of the cubes have the pcb mounted about 1mm too low, and the plug tends to catch on the bottom of the hole in the cube. In order to get them to fully plug in FULLY, you must slightly LIFT UP and push in on the pci plug after it first gets a bite for it to fully slide into the plug socket.
If you miss it, and it fails to fully latch, it may indeed melt; especially if your psu employs 16awg wires.
Seeing a single wire on the pci plug begin the meltdown is a sure sign of a poor connection...
and if you use a dab of conductive grease on each pci connection, it will also help make good contact, and avoid all this.
power delivery is 95% on these imho
Plugging and unplugging the pci plugs too much or not gentile can also quickly loosen the connections.

What a fail engineering for a 10k$ device!

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August 01, 2014, 11:23:29 PM
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Please tell me, I get my Titan until the end of the Q3 2014?
And if you do not get it, how long do I wait for a refund?

Considering the date of announced titan chip tape out:
 "We achieved tape-out of the 2284-core Titan in early June"
they might be ready mid of September.

Titan refund ?
I'd say you will wait forever..
Didn't you notice "This product is nonrefundable." ?

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Get used to be waiting form KNC, and not expecting their news update, but I'm waiting the day Nvidia and AMD release super GPUs in the near future, this will reverse miners back to GPUs again. Cheers!


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August 02, 2014, 12:54:14 AM
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Get used to be waiting form KNC, and not expecting their news update, but I'm waiting the day Nvidia and AMD release super GPUs in the near future, this will reverse miners back to GPUs again. Cheers!
Depends on the price. Who knows how cheap asics will be when these GPU's come out. Graphic cards have a lot additional components that miners can skip and lower the price.


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