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October 09, 2014, 03:21:03 PM
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All the problems seem to go back to issues with DC/DC subsystem stability, SPI and firmware. Look at the notes in the changelog for bfgminer
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October 09, 2014, 03:59:54 PM
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All the problems seem to go back to issues with DC/DC subsystem stability and firmware. Look at the notes in the changelog for bfgminer

KnC should just simply ship one Titan to the BFGMiner developer Cool

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October 09, 2014, 04:20:24 PM
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All the problems seem to go back to issues with DC/DC subsystem stability and firmware. Look at the notes in the changelog for bfgminer

KnC should just simply ship one Titan to the BFGMiner developer Cool

That would be admitting fault -> open doors for refunds -> customer riots ->  They will live to see the day that they regret the way they have treated their customers. Cash flow from mining/cloud  < operating costs and no customers for products …  kaput
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October 09, 2014, 04:40:03 PM
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All the problems seem to go back to issues with DC/DC subsystem stability and firmware. Look at the notes in the changelog for bfgminer


KnC should just simply ship one Titan to the BFGMiner developer Cool

That would be admitting fault -> open doors for refunds -> customer riots ->  They will live to see the day that they regret the way they have treated their customers. Cash flow from mining/cloud  < operating costs and no customers for products …  kaput

They raised close to $100 million in venture capital a few months ago. They do not need customers. They have big business to screw over now.
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October 09, 2014, 04:47:33 PM
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Hi guys, I need KnC to RMA the ROI issue... any tips?  Grin
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October 09, 2014, 05:32:22 PM
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All the problems seem to go back to issues with DC/DC subsystem stability and firmware. Look at the notes in the changelog for bfgminer


KnC should just simply ship one Titan to the BFGMiner developer Cool

That would be admitting fault -> open doors for refunds -> customer riots ->  They will live to see the day that they regret the way they have treated their customers. Cash flow from mining/cloud  < operating costs and no customers for products …  kaput

They raised close to $100 million in venture capital a few months ago. They do not need customers. They have big business to screw over now.

I don't think so. They had a $14M series A round: http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-series-a-funding-round/


The $100M rumors are related to how much someone estimated their earnings are this year based on mining/cloud/hardware. I'm betting a good portion of that is invested in the DC, ASIC development, and in the pockets of shareholders.
They are a high operating cost company going through a cash flow squeeze.
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October 09, 2014, 05:34:07 PM
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If you have a Titan and are having issues, try turning on debug level logging in the display menu for more detailed diagnostic information.
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October 09, 2014, 05:44:22 PM
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I'm no KNC shill. I bought a Titan and I am pissed. You can laugh all you like until your Spondoolies boat anchors ROI amiga.

~L)L~

So why did you buy a "no refunds" product in the first place? By that time KNC had a good history of failing to deliver. No one should be surprised they didn't deliver again.

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October 09, 2014, 06:10:53 PM
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Not realizing they wanted a screenshot of BFGMiner, ...

How can I show up the BFGMiner stats?


The one I was overclocking was soldered directly to the Titan cube using TWO high quality 6x PCI-E connections (NOT the cheap square pins with the split down the middle).


2 PCI-E 6 pin connections for 1 cube?


Yep.  My first try ended with melting connectors.   Luckily I was home and smelled it burning before who knows what...


How did you do that? With a Y cable?


Best pool to use for me is ghash. Flawless so far, and they support merged mining. 300+ MH/s speeds even with 1 dead die.

At multi.ghash.io:3333 or ltc.ghash.io:3333?

ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.
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October 09, 2014, 06:42:57 PM
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I'm no KNC shill. I bought a Titan and I am pissed. You can laugh all you like until your Spondoolies boat anchors ROI amiga.

~L)L~

So why did you buy a "no refunds" product in the first place? By that time KNC had a good history of failing to deliver. No one should be surprised they didn't deliver again.

I agree in retrospect it was obviously a bad decision. At the time it seemed like the risk/reward ratio was reasonable. We've had a perfect storm with the Titan … collapse in crypto-coin values, late delivery, poor quality product. I still expect to recover my costs, but it's not going to be a slam dunk.

With respect to the refund issue, lets wait till the fat lady sings. Late delivery of a product that doesn't meet its specification and is unreliable is always grounds for a refund, KNC no-refund policy or not.



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October 09, 2014, 06:54:10 PM
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ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.

stratum+tcp://multi.ghash.io:3333 looks good to me.

What's your difficulty? Someone recommended 8192 for the Titan with 4 cubes.

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October 09, 2014, 06:55:36 PM
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I'm no KNC shill. I bought a Titan and I am pissed. You can laugh all you like until your Spondoolies boat anchors ROI amiga.

~L)L~

So why did you buy a "no refunds" product in the first place? By that time KNC had a good history of failing to deliver. No one should be surprised they didn't deliver again.

I agree in retrospect it was obviously a bad decision. At the time it seemed like the risk/reward ratio was reasonable. We've had a perfect storm with the Titan … collapse in crypto-coin values, late delivery, poor quality product. I still expect to recover my costs, but it's not going to be a slam dunk.

With respect to the refund issue, lets wait till the fat lady sings. Late delivery of a product that doesn't meet its specification and is unreliable is always grounds for a refund, KNC no-refund policy or not.

This is why you need to confirm with the manufacture before you buy something that it's going to meet their expectations and yours before you throw down the money. If they can't give you that guarantee then you should to buy your product elsewhere. This is common sense on the consumer level, yet people seem to always make the same mistakes on every level.
 
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October 09, 2014, 07:09:31 PM
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ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.

stratum+tcp://multi.ghash.io:3333 looks good to me.

What's your difficulty? Someone recommended 8192 for the Titan with 4 cubes.

I set mine to 2048, based on the fact that liteguardian has a max difficulty of 1500 and the Titan works perfectly there too.
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October 09, 2014, 07:26:44 PM
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I'm no KNC shill. I bought a Titan and I am pissed. You can laugh all you like until your Spondoolies boat anchors ROI amiga.

~L)L~

So why did you buy a "no refunds" product in the first place? By that time KNC had a good history of failing to deliver. No one should be surprised they didn't deliver again.

I agree in retrospect it was obviously a bad decision. At the time it seemed like the risk/reward ratio was reasonable. We've had a perfect storm with the Titan … collapse in crypto-coin values, late delivery, poor quality product. I still expect to recover my costs, but it's not going to be a slam dunk.

With respect to the refund issue, lets wait till the fat lady sings. Late delivery of a product that doesn't meet its specification and is unreliable is always grounds for a refund, KNC no-refund policy or not.





I find it hilarious how you were going off on the SP-TECH forums about how they didn't meet their specs and how they failed to deliver on their promises (at least they gave refunds as requested right ?)
when you were ordering from the most corrupt company in the history of the bit coin hardware game , the balls on you brah must be outrageous


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October 09, 2014, 07:30:07 PM
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ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.

stratum+tcp://multi.ghash.io:3333 looks good to me.

What's your difficulty? Someone recommended 8192 for the Titan with 4 cubes.

I set mine to 2048, based on the fact that liteguardian has a max difficulty of 1500 and the Titan works perfectly there too.

Sounds good. I'm currently mining only with 3 cubes, 1 doesn't get recognized by the web interface at all. I've set the value 1024 after clicking at "workers" in the column "click to edit" right?

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October 09, 2014, 08:00:13 PM
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I'm no KNC shill. I bought a Titan and I am pissed. You can laugh all you like until your Spondoolies boat anchors ROI amiga.

~L)L~

So why did you buy a "no refunds" product in the first place? By that time KNC had a good history of failing to deliver. No one should be surprised they didn't deliver again.

I agree in retrospect it was obviously a bad decision. At the time it seemed like the risk/reward ratio was reasonable. We've had a perfect storm with the Titan … collapse in crypto-coin values, late delivery, poor quality product. I still expect to recover my costs, but it's not going to be a slam dunk.

With respect to the refund issue, lets wait till the fat lady sings. Late delivery of a product that doesn't meet its specification and is unreliable is always grounds for a refund, KNC no-refund policy or not.

This is why you need to confirm with the manufacture before you buy something that it's going to meet their expectations and yours before you throw down the money. If they can't give you that guarantee then you should to buy your product elsewhere. This is common sense on the consumer level, yet people seem to always make the same mistakes on every level.
 

Sorry but lol. I had the impression that we were given all kind of guarantees and promises and such. The truth and credibility of such stuff unfolds throughout the whole ASIC industry since some months.
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October 09, 2014, 08:02:56 PM
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I find it hilarious how you were going off on the SP-TECH forums about how they didn't meet their specs and how they failed to deliver on their promises (at least they gave refunds as requested right ?)
when you were ordering from the most corrupt company in the history of the bit coin hardware game , the balls on you brah must be outrageous

I treat 'em all the same mate. You should be following all the KNC forum threads if you want a real laugh.
SP/KNC/Alpha/MAT/Bitmain/etc  are all cut from the same cloth. Its a shame really because it is killing the crypto scene.

I'll be happy to revisit my Titan decision in a year after the fat lady sings. But for now, I'd guess my chances of earning a ROI with the Titan are still better than yours with a SP30/1/5

Face it, Bitcoin is in the do-do now and so are you.

~L)L~
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October 09, 2014, 08:04:06 PM
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ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.

stratum+tcp://multi.ghash.io:3333 looks good to me.

What's your difficulty? Someone recommended 8192 for the Titan with 4 cubes.

I set mine to 2048, based on the fact that liteguardian has a max difficulty of 1500 and the Titan works perfectly there too.

Sounds good. I'm currently mining only with 3 cubes, 1 doesn't get recognized by the web interface at all. I've set the value 1024 after clicking at "workers" in the column "click to edit" right?

Try turning on debug logs in the display menu for more information on what your machine is doing.
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October 09, 2014, 10:06:50 PM
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ltc.ghash.io:3333 I'll give multi a try later.

stratum+tcp://multi.ghash.io:3333 looks good to me.

What's your difficulty? Someone recommended 8192 for the Titan with 4 cubes.

I set mine to 2048, based on the fact that liteguardian has a max difficulty of 1500 and the Titan works perfectly there too.

Sounds good. I'm currently mining only with 3 cubes, 1 doesn't get recognized by the web interface at all. I've set the value 1024 after clicking at "workers" in the column "click to edit" right?

I only had 3 cubes recognized when I first set it up also. Turns out I hadn't plugged the data cable properly cube side, only 5 of the 10 pins were inserted. Might be worth a look?
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October 09, 2014, 10:34:16 PM
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I'm running my KNC rig at home. I live in the US, New Jersey. Would anyone know what the average cost of electricity is to run this on a monthly basis? It runs at 550-560GH/s and pulls I think around 600 WATTS.


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