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September 20, 2016, 02:44:58 PM
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Well, either way ... even more hashrate is coming online now it seems =( diff keeps climbing , maybe A4's are finally here. I sure hope the Titan can hang in there for a while!

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September 20, 2016, 10:37:38 PM
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Well, either way ... even more hashrate is coming online now it seems =( diff keeps climbing , maybe A4's are finally here. I sure hope the Titan can hang in there for a while!

You need to get a Dominator A4 to play firmware games. All initial ASIC firmware seems to be crap at launch fyi














 

 

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September 21, 2016, 01:00:25 AM
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Well, either way ... even more hashrate is coming online now it seems =( diff keeps climbing , maybe A4's are finally here. I sure hope the Titan can hang in there for a while!

You need to get a Dominator A4 to play firmware games. All initial ASIC firmware seems to be crap at launch fyi

Meh, unless its anything like Titan(which uses a lot of linux stuff for monitoring etc etc) then probably wont be able to, but who knows.
The best firmware out of the box Ive seen to date is spondoolies in terms of functionality and operating condition tracking / adjusting and webgui.

The only other firmware Ive really messed w/ was BFL single's back in the day ... that was fun =)

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September 21, 2016, 02:08:53 AM
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Well, either way ... even more hashrate is coming online now it seems =( diff keeps climbing , maybe A4's are finally here. I sure hope the Titan can hang in there for a while!

You need to get a Dominator A4 to play firmware games. All initial ASIC firmware seems to be crap at launch fyi

Meh, unless its anything like Titan(which uses a lot of linux stuff for monitoring etc etc) then probably wont be able to, but who knows.
The best firmware out of the box Ive seen to date is spondoolies in terms of functionality and operating condition tracking / adjusting and webgui.

The only other firmware Ive really messed w/ was BFL single's back in the day ... that was fun =)

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September 28, 2016, 10:44:58 AM
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Can someone recommend the best heat syncing compound to use for Titans. What cools best and last the longest?



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September 28, 2016, 03:59:01 PM
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Not sure. I use a nonconductive white stuff, will check at home.

Meantime I'm up to using Tektronix scopes to try and sort out the bottlenecks in some of these boards. Trying to use probes on those itty bitty chips is fun, but I have got the SCL busses identified on the power supplies and the LM75/EEPROM. Now to figure out where the signal to the chip's oscillators and/or on-chip registers are getting blocked....

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October 01, 2016, 06:58:10 PM
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https://asicminermarket.com/product/pre-a4-135-scrypt-litecoin-miner-low-power-batch-1/

135 Mhs --> $1300 and free shipping worldwide

WTB working or unstable KNC TITAN cubes.
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October 01, 2016, 07:17:22 PM
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SCAM

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October 01, 2016, 08:21:11 PM
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Can someone recommend the best heat syncing compound to use for Titans. What cools best and last the longest?



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October 01, 2016, 08:51:48 PM
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Tupsu I am trying to believe that is not a scam
they have a test video also
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFTdjwF_zRI

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October 03, 2016, 10:23:44 PM
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This appears to be real shots of the A4 miner, however there are questions about who will actually have stock.  They are listed on Alibaba also.  The dates line up with what Inno is telling us on the A4 pre-order.  So I think they are promising to deliver something pretty fast.  I would just be careful who you buy from at this point.  If everyone will hang tight for a month it will all shake out and everyone will know who the reputable vendors are.














 

 

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October 03, 2016, 10:24:54 PM
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Why does this sound familiar?
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October 03, 2016, 10:29:03 PM
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It is a familiar story for sure.  The specs on the new A4 are not that impressive to be honest.  The figures now for this miner almost match that of the Titan.  So this is clearly not a leap forward over the Titan.  270mh at 1100w is nothing to write home about.  So I have to admit I am pretty disappointed in the numbers coming from Inno on this first batch.  We are hearing that batch 2 will be in Dec.  Maybe they will improve the numbers over this first batch.














 

 

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October 03, 2016, 10:47:34 PM
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It is a familiar story for sure.  The specs on the new A4 are not that impressive to be honest.  The figures now for this miner almost match that of the Titan.  So this is clearly not a leap forward over the Titan.  270mh at 1100w is nothing to write home about.  So I have to admit I am pretty disappointed in the numbers coming from Inno on this first batch.  We are hearing that batch 2 will be in Dec.  Maybe they will improve the numbers over this first batch.

That's what I was thinking. Asicminermarket as far as I know sold some balkai miners to people but I have no idea if this is real. Even if it was, this reseller dudes ask a lot more. The profibility, with this shitty specs and watt usage is just not appealing at all. I would rather break my war with bitmain and actually get a s9 lol. The only good thing is the size of this thing as I always tried to stay away from scrypt miners because they are literally huge.

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October 03, 2016, 10:50:17 PM
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It is a familiar story for sure.  The specs on the new A4 are not that impressive to be honest.  The figures now for this miner almost match that of the Titan.  So this is clearly not a leap forward over the Titan.  270mh at 1100w is nothing to write home about.  So I have to admit I am pretty disappointed in the numbers coming from Inno on this first batch.  We are hearing that batch 2 will be in Dec.  Maybe they will improve the numbers over this first batch.

 Yesterday I bought new and unused TITAN from ebay uk for  3000€.  Seller was a local and Titan 4 cubes already mining LTC for me.  This is my most expensive purchased TITAN,  but new and unused. Only 1 bad die.
No need to wait for some A4 miner.

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October 04, 2016, 12:53:03 AM
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A4 is indeed a load of horrible engineering (at least from a process node and effeciency standpoint). Innosilicon substantially dropped the specs 2x at least from what the intial goal was. Now, a stated above, the A4 sits barely more efficient than the Titan and most likely - much louder. The Titan is one of the only remaining, profitable home miners - no doubt about that.
The unfortunate part is, the A4 will release and sheeple miners will flock to it and hashrate will climb =(
The good news ... at least Titans will remain relevant for the foreseeable future ... as long as LTC price remains stagnate ... there wont be much demand for more development in the Scrypt ASIC arena.
So, for now ... Titan and A4 are end game for Scrypt(which is a good position for us Titan owners).

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October 04, 2016, 10:52:43 AM
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It is a familiar story for sure.  The specs on the new A4 are not that impressive to be honest.  The figures now for this miner almost match that of the Titan.  So this is clearly not a leap forward over the Titan.  270mh at 1100w is nothing to write home about.  So I have to admit I am pretty disappointed in the numbers coming from Inno on this first batch.  We are hearing that batch 2 will be in Dec.  Maybe they will improve the numbers over this first batch.

 Yesterday I bought new and unused TITAN from ebay uk for  3000€.  Seller was a local and Titan 4 cubes already mining LTC for me.  This is my most expensive purchased TITAN,  but new and unused. Only 1 bad die.
No need to wait for some A4 miner.

so somebody let this sit around unplugged for, how long, 2 years? And passed on 20.000€ mining income?

Do you know the build date?
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A4 is indeed a load of horrible engineering (at least from a process node and effeciency standpoint). Innosilicon substantially dropped the specs 2x at least from what the intial goal was. Now, a stated above, the A4 sits barely more efficient than the Titan and most likely - much louder. The Titan is one of the only remaining, profitable home miners - no doubt about that.
The unfortunate part is, the A4 will release and sheeple miners will flock to it and hashrate will climb =(
The good news ... at least Titans will remain relevant for the foreseeable future ... as long as LTC price remains stagnate ... there wont be much demand for more development in the Scrypt ASIC arena.
So, for now ... Titan and A4 are end game for Scrypt(which is a good position for us Titan owners).

Isnt this, in a way, expected? Not in the sense that Inno failed to meet some efficiency goals but in the idea that Litecoin (Scrypt) was to be ASIC resistant. Its true that ASICs have been designed for Scrypt (obviously) but they are not as efficient as those that were designed for SHA-256. Granted, a lot more money has been dumped into SHA-256 ASIC development compared to Scrypt but still. Maybe we are reaching the limits of what can be done with our current technology?

KNC hit a homerun with the Titan.

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so somebody let this sit around unplugged for, how long, 2 years? And passed on 20.000€ mining income?

Do you know the build date?

I know only this, he ordered a Neptune and changed the order a Titan.
UPS Shipping Date is 11.18.2014

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so somebody let this sit around unplugged for, how long, 2 years? And passed on 20.000€ mining income?

Do you know the build date?

I know only this, he ordered a Neptune and changed the order a Titan.
UPS Shipping Date is 11.18.2014

It's possible. I shared one of two new nov 2014 never run Titan 350mh.

eBay buy it now for both of 3500 usd

They could be never run due to KNC lawsuit. (Dumb). And now sold to pay previous KNC lawsuit loss

Of (I heard) like 3-5k per unit on top of 1.5k per unit upfront to lawyers to bring

That suit KNC won.  Glad I did not get in on that class action















 

 

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