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November 20, 2013, 01:30:22 AM
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Hi LiqCooling Cowboys!

Whats about your hashrates, temp, hw errors and so on,
if you give green light then i will cool it too liquid.


I figured out that:


Different Temps on different AsicBoard has different amount of HW errors.

Wow these are some cool temps. Especially the 1st one.
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November 20, 2013, 01:31:03 AM
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HEY.....where did you get the cool decals..mine is as plain as a baby's butt.....(I also only have one piece of foam on the top of one of my heat sinks missing the other 3 foam pieces.....)


the fiends


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November 20, 2013, 01:36:18 AM
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Hi LiqCooling Cowboys!

Whats about your hashrates, temp, hw errors and so on,
if you give green light then i will cool it too liquid.


I figured out that:


Different Temps on different AsicBoard has different amount of HW errors.

Wow these are some cool temps. Especially the 1st one.

I HAVE NO liquid cooling

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November 20, 2013, 02:00:07 AM
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On the fedex/ups talks, I use both regularly. UPS never fails me for normal deliveries or even 2nd-day or same day air. FedEx next day and same day air is also good.

However, normal ground deliveries? FedEx blows.

I know it's not a consolation, but I ordered a curtain rod last week and used FedEx. The shipment came from one state, passed by my house, went to another state, went back past my state, and then got left in a fedex courier facility where it's sat for 4 days.

They're still trying to assess the issue.

The issue was I used FedEx.
A couple years ago, I went into a fedex office to check pricing for a package to xyz, since I was in their neighborhood.

They handed me a triplicate form with a gazillion lines on it and told me to fill it out.  ER, you can't give me a price quote until I take 20 minutes out of my life?Huh  Goodbye & good riddens. Haven't been back since.

What a great business model, the CEO must've gone to a govt funded university.  WOW/// 
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November 20, 2013, 02:42:15 AM
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HEY.....where did you get the cool decals..mine is as plain as a baby's butt.....(I also only have one piece of foam on the top of one of my heat sinks missing the other 3 foam pieces.....)


the fiends


very pretty....

Searing

I notice in this and in another photo the rears are almost abutting the wall.  VRMs do get hot and their heat effects the modules.  I put a piece of cardboard between the VRMs and the module and flow air in a tunnel - easy it's a Merc and only a single module so cardboard on the outside of the PCB making the tunnel, the air passes over the VRMs and out the back - being kept sequestered from the module as it were, in addition to the Arctic Freezer w/fan.  When the extra module gets here it will go behind the first as my power supplies will be on the left.  I will probably mount two 2" diag 12v fans on the board blowing right toward the VRMs and perhaps a 120mm fan to the back behind the added module pulling air out.
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HEY.....where did you get the cool decals..mine is as plain as a baby's butt.....(I also only have one piece of foam on the top of one of my heat sinks missing the other 3 foam pieces.....)


the fiends


very pretty....

Searing

I notice in this and in another photo the rears are almost abutting the wall.  VRMs do get hot and their heat effects the modules.  I put a piece of cardboard between the VRMs and the module and flow air in a tunnel - easy it's a Merc and only a single module so cardboard on the outside of the PCB making the tunnel, the air passes over the VRMs and out the back - being kept sequestered from the module as it were, in addition to the Arctic Freezer w/fan.  When the extra module gets here it will go behind the first as my power supplies will be on the left.  I will probably mount two 2" diag 12v fans on the board blowing right toward the VRMs and perhaps a 120mm fan to the back behind the added module pulling air out.

It's a skewed perspective. I just measured the distance and there is 17cm between the miners and the wall.
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HEY.....where did you get the cool decals..mine is as plain as a baby's butt.....(I also only have one piece of foam on the top of one of my heat sinks missing the other 3 foam pieces.....)


the fiends


very pretty....

Searing

I notice in this and in another photo the rears are almost abutting the wall.  VRMs do get hot and their heat effects the modules.  I put a piece of cardboard between the VRMs and the module and flow air in a tunnel - easy it's a Merc and only a single module so cardboard on the outside of the PCB making the tunnel, the air passes over the VRMs and out the back - being kept sequestered from the module as it were, in addition to the Arctic Freezer w/fan.  When the extra module gets here it will go behind the first as my power supplies will be on the left.  I will probably mount two 2" diag 12v fans on the board blowing right toward the VRMs and perhaps a 120mm fan to the back behind the added module pulling air out.

It's a skewed perspective. I just measured the distance and there is 17cm between the miners and the wall.

Well, if you think 3/4" is enough....
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November 20, 2013, 02:52:15 AM
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It's a skewed perspective. I just measured the distance and there is 17cm between the miners and the wall.

Well, if you think 3/4" is enough....

17cm = 6.7 inches

You are thinking mm

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This is actually a bit embarrassing, but it may help someone with a bad die/no amps on a VRM. I just got done installing a new 200amp service line to my home, and was very happy to shut down, to move the miners to the new, more powerful circuit... When I rebooted, one of the miners wasn't up to speed...
So, using bertmod, was able to quickly identify the board, and that a vrm wasnt getting any amps..(0.34).  I tried every enablecore, cooling, heating trick i could think of, and was really scratching my head, because that miner was the fastest before. I fiddled and prodded, tried every connection, and guess what....
It was a loose pci cable connection on the board...  I gave it a wiggle, and bertmod showed it fired right up!  Now we know yet another thing to look for... those pci connections can fool ya, and are connection critical....  


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November 20, 2013, 05:23:15 AM
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For anything related to politics, that was pretty interesting.

Basically, they don't want bitcoin to be used to fund terrorism or buy drugs.

Otherwise, they seemed quite interested in it's potential for innovation.

You need to read between the lines.   What i took from it was..  It's fine as long as we have a the right to cease funds, and every exchange muh collect personal details, same as a bank. 

I guess people only heard what they wanted to here!  crypto will carry on regardless
What I got "Between the lines" Is that they want traceability, and identity; they were promised that....end of story.
Look for a huge jump in BTC price now! Wow.


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November 20, 2013, 05:30:24 AM
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HEY.....where did you get the cool decals..mine is as plain as a baby's butt.....(I also only have one piece of foam on the top of one of my heat sinks missing the other 3 foam pieces.....)


the fiends


very pretty....

Searing

I notice in this and in another photo the rears are almost abutting the wall.  VRMs do get hot and their heat effects the modules.  I put a piece of cardboard between the VRMs and the module and flow air in a tunnel - easy it's a Merc and only a single module so cardboard on the outside of the PCB making the tunnel, the air passes over the VRMs and out the back - being kept sequestered from the module as it were, in addition to the Arctic Freezer w/fan.  When the extra module gets here it will go behind the first as my power supplies will be on the left.  I will probably mount two 2" diag 12v fans on the board blowing right toward the VRMs and perhaps a 120mm fan to the back behind the added module pulling air out.

It's a skewed perspective. I just measured the distance and there is 17cm between the miners and the wall.

Cyper, do your the guy a lot of Saturn owners didn't get a chance to upgrade their miners!


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November 20, 2013, 06:32:00 AM
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one more note and I'll shut up for the evening....  hehe
The new dedicated electrical service line for the miners really is looking to be helping stability as well.
I'll share graph results tomorrow when there's a 12 hour result.....
Night all


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one more note and I'll shut up for the evening....  hehe
The new dedicated electrical service line for the miners really is looking to be helping stability as well.
I'll share graph results tomorrow when there's a 12 hour result.....
Night all

yep the only thing I have on my 20amp circuit in the basement is the miner and an old evon800v laptop to run putty ..and of course the sep fans blowing from the outside on the open case...also have a pretty heavy duty ISO power brick.........for all I know it may have some kinda elec filter stuff going on *was given to me forget how*


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November 20, 2013, 08:01:19 AM
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These miners don't require much power and at least in my opinion do not require a 220 line like a 20,000 BTU air conditioner does. A Jupiter is only pulling what 600? 700?


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November 20, 2013, 08:35:13 AM
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These miners don't require much power and at least in my opinion do not require a 220 line like a 20,000 BTU air conditioner does. A Jupiter is only pulling what 600? 700?


I think his point was that he had other power issues. Those issues were likely causing small voltage fluctuations and perhaps even drop-outs.

We have 220 (110-0-110) 100 Amp service as well. With all the shop equipment and computer mapping equipment it's touch and go when appliances kick in and the motors spike.

Those are the things you worry about.

There is no reason the supplies recommended could not run on 220V lines -- more efficiently.

Lots of my equipment can run on 220V and draws less current -- runs more efficiently and cooler -- and typically has slightly less power draw because of those improvements.

That aside -- you are correct --normally it would not be worth the effort to run 200 Amp service.  Especially to service a device that only draws 600 -- 700 Watts nominal.

But -- it would be good practice to run your miner(s) on a dedicated circuit -- were it easily done.

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November 20, 2013, 09:15:14 AM
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Good morning folks.
Hope everyone gets good news today on their packages...  Wink
If not, read this..... it will make you smile...
http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/images/user5/imageroot/2013/11/Bitcoin.pdf
a cool mil a coin.... wow, that's quite an estimate...... lol
Shocked wow Phoenix, you've been digging up some of the most interesting articles on bitcoin.

Simply fantastic reading.

Thanks and cheers
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These miners don't require much power and at least in my opinion do not require a 220 line like a 20,000 BTU air conditioner does. A Jupiter is only pulling what 600? 700?



think he ment 20 amp line usa direct (only thing on it is asic gear) vs probably a 15amp with other clutter on the line. so if I had a 15 amp wire line I'd replace the wire to the next gauge up 20amp and 20amp breaker etc...maybe overkill ..just saying   ..or at least that is what I did....... just in case...running a separate circuit in to the breaker box in the basement direct.

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November 20, 2013, 09:30:57 AM
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@Bitcoinorama, any idea on when KNC will open up orders again?

They are basically adhering the network protection statement thing they promised not to destroy the hashrate unless any competition get greedy.

With that in mind it is unlikely to be this side of '14.

It makes no sense to harm current customers and those from the Nov batch.

Also they want to keep improving the design, get the pool up and running and give everyone here a chance to breath. This has been quite mentally and physically demanding. Hosting needs to expand etc. there is no shortage of work to do. I have plenty of content I've been working on for the site that needs some backend work before uploading, problem is it's not a current priority, and none of the guys I need to complete this are free to do so. I'd also like to work on my own pool for the guys who aren't in hosting, I have some cool ideas there...


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November 20, 2013, 09:53:52 AM
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Also they want to keep improving the design, get the pool up and running and give everyone here a chance to breath. This has been quite mentally and physically demanding. Hosting needs to expand etc. there is no shortage of work to do. I have plenty of content I've been working on for the site that needs some backend work before uploading, problem is it's not a current priority, and none of the guys I need to complete this are free to do so. I'd also like to work on my own pool for the guys who aren't in hosting, I have some cool ideas there...

wow. I've just checked KnC's repositories @ github and found out that hno (Henrick I suppose) is working on:

https://github.com/KnCMiner/bitcoin/commits/master

indeed a lot of things on KnC's plate, keep up the good work guys.


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any ETA on the november batch?

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