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August 16, 2013, 03:45:22 PM
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Silencer MK III - https://shop.pcpower.com/products/description/Silencer_Mk_III_1200W/index.html

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August 16, 2013, 03:47:00 PM
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That's an overkill unless you want to power 1x Jupiter and 1x Mercury.
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True, but I'd rather have more power than running a PSU on the edge of its capacity.  I also like that I can switch it to silent if the load isn't that high.  A quiet miner is a friendly miner.  Haha...

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That's an overkill unless you want to power 1x Jupiter and 1x Mercury.
Actually NOT overkill, the best efficiency is achieved around 60% draw on the PSU... Just a tad expensive to do with a single ATX


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August 16, 2013, 03:51:50 PM
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300 dollar psu for a bitcoin miner? yeah thats nuts.
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August 16, 2013, 03:53:00 PM
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£120 (Good quality PSU for example Corsair HX850)

That won't be enough. For Jupiter you would need to have at least HX1050 PSU (or better) to be on the safe side. ($240, £155)

Also, you forgot import taxes. Wink At least for Norway, that's 25% of the unit cost. Don't know about Sweden->UK
There is no reason to buy a single huge expensive ATX for the Jupiter.
You can achieve the same or better results using two smaller Power units, which cost less than a single Biggie.

What PSU will you recommend then?
In my opinion Seasonic and Corsair make the best ones, but other brands are good too - Antec, Enermax, Coolermaster, OCZ, Silverstone Smiley

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That won't be enough. For Jupiter you would need to have at least HX1050 PSU (or better) to be on the safe side. ($240, £155)
I'm 99% positive it will be enough. I don't expect Jupiter to consume more than 900W and this specific PSU have a headroom for more than 1000W

even if the Jupiter ran at 750W it still could peak at or over 1000W.  These miners aren't like a normal computers were power consumption wouldn't be 100% full load 24/7

also keep in mind that if there were any breakthroughs and I bet there will be someone if not KnC trying to tweak or overclock pushing them to their limits.
if you were into overclocking and trying to push the envelope so to speak, then you want more power.
After KnC release final spec on power consumption I'll be getting something with at least 50% more power than it needs.
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£120 (Good quality PSU for example Corsair HX850)

That won't be enough. For Jupiter you would need to have at least HX1050 PSU (or better) to be on the safe side. ($240, £155)

Also, you forgot import taxes. Wink At least for Norway, that's 25% of the unit cost. Don't know about Sweden->UK
There is no reason to buy a single huge expensive ATX for the Jupiter.
You can achieve the same or better results using two smaller Power units, which cost less than a single Biggie.

What PSU will you recommend then?
In my opinion Seasonic and Corsair make the best ones, but other brands are good too - Antec, Enermax, Coolermaster, OCZ, Silverstone Smiley

DON'T go out buying a PSU, they've stated that before. They will recommend closer to the delivery date.
O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit, and there are only so many "Good deals" around.


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August 16, 2013, 03:56:39 PM
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DON'T go out buying a PSU, they've stated that before. They will recommend closer to the delivery date.

+1. There's not going to be a run on PSUs - at least not from KNC customers. Even 10K units isn't going to take out everyone's inventory of quality, suitable units. Just sit tight...

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DON'T go out buying a PSU, they've stated that before. They will recommend closer to the delivery date.

You like telling me things that I already know, don't you  Tongue

Let's try the other way around - do you know which cable/cables from the PSU will be used to power the miner? (I know the answer to this one too)
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You're buying a $7000 miner but then skimp out on the power over an additional $200?  Madness!  Haha...  To each their own man, I like the reliability of PC P&C's PSU's.  They can be a bit pricey but they are solid.  Having your PSU puke on you can not only require a replacement but has the potential of damaging your components depending on how it fails.  I lean towards quality over dollars in that respect.  Just makes sense to me.  But it's cool, that extra $200 might be food on your table, so do what is best for you.

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O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit.

Thousands of people world-wide, placed over a period of a weeks - that's not going to be a problem for even one store to handle and restock. Unless there's an earthquake that takes out manufacturers in China/Taiwan/Korea then it won't be a problem.

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DON'T go out buying a PSU, they've stated that before. They will recommend closer to the delivery date.

You like telling me things that I already know, don't you  Tongue

Let's try the other way around - do you know which cable/cables from the PSU will be used to power the miner? (I know the answer to this one too)

You truly are the master of making a question out of a statement Cyper, that's three times in a row! Tongue

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You're buying a $7000 miner but then skimp out on the power over an additional $200?  Madness!  Haha...  To each their own man, I like the reliability of PC P&C's PSU's.  They can be a bit pricey but they are solid.  Having your PSU puke on you can not only require a replacement but has the potential of damaging your components depending on how it fails.  I lean towards quality over dollars in that respect.  Just makes sense to me.  But it's cool, that extra $200 might be food on your table, so do what is best for you.
Thats great if you are only buying a single miner, some of us are buying several, and plan on more....  which could add up significantly, especially if suppliers are short on stock. Also, in any retail business... high demand usually means raising the price. You can still get a quality PSU for a good price if its not a monster


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O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit.

Thousands of people world-wide, placed over a period of a weeks - that's not going to be a problem for even one store to handle and restock. Unless there's an earthquake that takes out manufacturers in China/Taiwan/Korea then it won't be a problem.
Have you ever ordered PSU's?  I have, and have bought from several sources... Typically Amazon, Newegg, and large chains.  When you place an order, they typically tell you how many are in stock. As an example, when I ordered the Corsair 600's, Amazon had 7 in stock; not thousands. Newegg was similar, but Amazon had the better price. Now imagine 4500 people going online to buy PSU's the day KNC says... "OK, a 1000w PSU will do for a Jupiter, and a 500w will be fine for a Saturn, happy hunting".    BAM, all the in-stock nicely priced popular name PSU's will be on "backorder", and your choice will be either wait, order a off-brand cheapo, or pay outrageous price from a questionable vendor.


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August 16, 2013, 04:27:45 PM
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O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit.

Thousands of people world-wide, placed over a period of a weeks - that's not going to be a problem for even one store to handle and restock. Unless there's an earthquake that takes out manufacturers in China/Taiwan/Korea then it won't be a problem.
Have you ever ordered PSU's?  I have, and have bought from several sources... Typically Amazon, Newegg, and large chains.  When you place an order, they typically tell you how many are in stock. As an example, when I ordered the Corsair 600's, Amazon had 7 in stock; not thousands. Newegg was similar, but Amazon had the better price. Now imagine 4500 people going online to buy PSU's the day KNC says... "OK, a 1000w PSU will do for a Jupiter, and a 500w will be fine for a Saturn, happy hunting".    BAM, all the in-stock PSU's will be on "backorder".

Yes, disturbingly it may involve standing, walking and driving to a store over a mouse click. Wink

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August 16, 2013, 04:32:02 PM
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O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit.

Thousands of people world-wide, placed over a period of a weeks - that's not going to be a problem for even one store to handle and restock. Unless there's an earthquake that takes out manufacturers in China/Taiwan/Korea then it won't be a problem.
Have you ever ordered PSU's?  I have, and have bought from several sources... Typically Amazon, Newegg, and large chains.  When you place an order, they typically tell you how many are in stock. As an example, when I ordered the Corsair 600's, Amazon had 7 in stock; not thousands. Newegg was similar, but Amazon had the better price. Now imagine 4500 people going online to buy PSU's the day KNC says... "OK, a 1000w PSU will do for a Jupiter, and a 500w will be fine for a Saturn, happy hunting".    BAM, all the in-stock PSU's will be on "backorder".

Yes, disturbingly it may involve standing, walking and driving to a store over a mouse click. Wink

Some of us ordered enough miners that it is unlikely a single store location would have enough quantity in stock...  Further I would be disappointed if their DC to DC converters were not tolerant of ATX 2.3 spec supply ranges.
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O'rama...  Yeah, I know, but with the 4000+ people going to look for PSU's at once... One could end up in "A pickle" if the ATX's end up "out of stock" for a bit.

Thousands of people world-wide, placed over a period of a weeks - that's not going to be a problem for even one store to handle and restock. Unless there's an earthquake that takes out manufacturers in China/Taiwan/Korea then it won't be a problem.
Have you ever ordered PSU's?  I have, and have bought from several sources... Typically Amazon, Newegg, and large chains.  When you place an order, they typically tell you how many are in stock. As an example, when I ordered the Corsair 600's, Amazon had 7 in stock; not thousands. Newegg was similar, but Amazon had the better price. Now imagine 4500 people going online to buy PSU's the day KNC says... "OK, a 1000w PSU will do for a Jupiter, and a 500w will be fine for a Saturn, happy hunting".    BAM, all the in-stock PSU's will be on "backorder".

Yes, disturbingly it may involve standing, walking and driving to a store over a mouse click. Wink
Good point Orama.  But for people like me in places like Hawaii, there is nowhere to obtain a PSU in a store, unless it's a small repair shop, where they typically charge 3x the price here in Hawaii..  No "Fry's" or the like. Smiley

I'm actually stripping old systems as well, for the psu's.


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August 16, 2013, 05:01:04 PM
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You've been one of the few that followed through and made some calls prior to make sure you're behaving responsibly before purchasing anything here, so good luck bud Wink

When I spoke with him today he made a remark: "It's good you did a research", which most people don't do Smiley

Still I don't see a reason why you souldn't register as a reseller Smiley
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I may do once chips are in their hands and proven to exist. Until which point I'm still the scum of the earth according to this forum. I'd be damned if I did, and damned if I didn't. I'd personally prefer the lesser of two evils and wait before adding any kind of reseller link for myself. The abuse is just not worth it. I'm sure if everything work out as planned there will still be reasons to demonise me. I actually kind of regret going if I'm honest.

Dude, If they ship on time I'll buy 10 jupiters through you in november. Lets just hope they get everything moving for an early september release
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