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January 17, 2014, 05:59:32 AM
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And the latest batch is sold out!

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January 17, 2014, 07:26:22 AM
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My October Jupiter hashes at 425Gh/s (has the Die0) issue.   I've wasted so much time (and downtime) messing around with it I've given up.

Any Toronto-based Jupiter miners interested in some pocket scratch in exchange for coming in to get mine up to speed?

I am in the GTA -- North Region near Newmarket.

Still you are better off contacting KNC.

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January 17, 2014, 07:33:44 AM
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My October Jupiter hashes at 425Gh/s (has the Die0) issue.   I've wasted so much time (and downtime) messing around with it I've given up.

Any Toronto-based Jupiter miners interested in some pocket scratch in exchange for coming in to get mine up to speed?

I guess it is a 4VRM board...  just unplug the heatsink fan and watch the temp until ~83ish and see if it pops back on.. plug the fan back in at that temp regardless.. if you go over 85 or more you have a chance of knocking out another die (but usually that one will pop back up on a reboot)

if that doesnt work you can dig around with the tuning volts, etc etc etc but by now it doesn't really matter.  You are not going to get a lot back even if it comes on

you mineaswell jump into the overclock thread and sup up the others and if that one pops back up then its gravy

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Last edit: January 17, 2014, 08:18:03 AM by merv77
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And the latest batch is sold out!
Shocked shit that was quicker than people were speculating here.  Shocked Now hopefully we will get an update on production.  fingers crossed...
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January 17, 2014, 08:24:27 AM
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And the latest batch is sold out!
Shocked shit that was quicker than people were speculating here.  Shocked Now hopefully we will get an update on production.  fingers crossed...
I am starting to think about electrical wiring and cooling....so a little warning from KNC would be nice....but alas KNC does little talking instead opting for ALOT OF WALKING.....guess i prefer the walking and let all those others do the talking (a la hashnot, coinNevera, and alpha Yeah right)
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January 17, 2014, 10:38:08 AM
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Has the latest batch of Neptunes sold out yet?

Go to the Knc website, enter 1000 miners in your cart, and it will tell you how many are left (228 right now).

Neptune sales have definitely slowed down, and unless Knc releases some really good Neptune development news or the price of BTC goes up significantly, I doubt they will sell many more for a while.

10k is a lot to pay to be at the end of the Neptune line.

They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
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January 17, 2014, 12:06:53 PM
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They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
No ! I missed the Neptune's  Cry
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January 17, 2014, 12:11:50 PM
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They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
No ! I missed the Neptune's  Cry
I got the BTC I needed this morning ...

You can still get a preorder on Ebay for $230,000 LOL
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January 17, 2014, 12:17:29 PM
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They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
No ! I missed the Neptune's  Cry
I got the BTC I needed this morning ...

You can still get a preorder on Ebay for $230,000 LOL

Where?

I see 4 for sale for 5,000 usd to 22,000 usd.
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January 17, 2014, 12:17:32 PM
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why so much at ebay
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January 17, 2014, 12:43:47 PM
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Has the latest batch of Neptunes sold out yet?

Go to the Knc website, enter 1000 miners in your cart, and it will tell you how many are left (228 right now).

Neptune sales have definitely slowed down, and unless Knc releases some really good Neptune development news or the price of BTC goes up significantly, I doubt they will sell many more for a while.

10k is a lot to pay to be at the end of the Neptune line.

They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.

yes i find that curious...maybe they just decided to pull the plug on that neptune batch ..they we're doing around 30 per day or some such ..then blamo maybe they planned to cut that batch of neptunes short and kick out some jupiters at the end of the month .....if so....(still think doubtful they will dump jupiters but anyway) ....i assume?Huh that they will run about 3k imho...and then course to power supply etc around 3300 each.....my 555gh oct jupiter on slush shows .17btc a day 7 day ave and as of the last few days with dff rise it shows .135 or so...so if you figure by FEB 1st or so (if you could get them that fast) 0.10 btc a day on a 650gh unit at least...and by the end of the month (30 % rise per diff my best guess) so  by the end of the month .05btc...well if cointerra and bfl (2 months late) etc all dump about that time and the knc being early dumps out the Neptunes middle of march ...the Jupiters in the wild at the beg of feb or you get them the middle of feb....with that much hash hitting say in march/april...well imho you'd PROBABLY get ROI back ..but a lot of work to do so

may not be worth the hassle if i see that kinda price say and it shows up feb 15th...(again i'm just mucking and guessing in this post for the heck of it bear with me..the march is KNC's tendancy to over deliver early and the fact they say customer prefered first batch Q1 kinda thing)

anyhooo....i know zip just kibitzing here....

again if i was running KNC they would HAVE TO BE under 2.5k I mean BFL is shipping monarchs and CLAIMING shipping begining of march for 600gh ..please......at 2.5k really yeah right!

but again if it was me and I ran KNC I'd DUMP the Jupiters I thought prudent number wise say 1000 or so ..at COST say $1,000 just to SLAP DOWN BFL and the rest that under deliver late etc....make a statement..KNC breaks even on the deal clears some of the air on these idiots and their claims and their next batch of neptunes at say 7.5k they would make up the differeance imho putting these clowns in their place.....and make the other guys in the future of bitcoin mining claims put up or shut up...

Now that is what I'd call a Network Protection Policy for my customers and my company......make everyone else rise to your level of customer service  etc.....clear the playing field of these clowns like BFL and Hashfast etc.....show again you can deliver....use some clout...more people would flock to Neptunes imho...it would be clear as glass...hard for the competitors to hide behind claims of crap/lies after such a statement by KNC imho

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January 17, 2014, 01:13:23 PM
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They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
No ! I missed the Neptune's  Cry
I got the BTC I needed this morning ...

PM me if you're serious - i have a day one preorder for sale
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January 17, 2014, 01:17:48 PM
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They have been selling close to 25 units a day.
Now they are no longer available 225 to 0.
No ! I missed the Neptune's  Cry
I got the BTC I needed this morning ...
PM me if you're serious - i have a day one preorder for sale
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January 17, 2014, 02:13:03 PM
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1421 pages. I wonder what percentage of that content is OT.

on topic - KnC - I want an update on the status of the Neptunes, please.

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January 17, 2014, 02:37:36 PM
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1421 pages. I wonder what percentage of that content is OT.


Lol. It's like the same damn 6 people using this as a chat room.  Roll Eyes
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January 17, 2014, 03:12:17 PM
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1421 pages. I wonder what percentage of that content is OT.

on topic - KnC - I want an update on the status of the Neptunes, please.

Neptunes are still very much in the preliminary design phase. As much as the timeline will be reduced significantly in comparison to a standard engineering project at 20nm, if such exists, because this is absolute bleeding edge we want to be absolutely sure what we commit to silicon will ensure a successful product at the end. This initial phase will not be rushed.

That said we have completely re-written and optimised the RTL code. The Jupiter project was very much focused upon safe speed to market and the window of opportunity hashing power presented in this present finite period prior to significant competition. The Neptune project whilst adhering to aspects of the aforementioned must focus upon power consumption as it's primary trait if customers (you guys) will be able to compete successfully over a longer period. We know that we are reaching limits on standard household circuits, we want you to remain competitive w.r.t. the unfolding mining landscape and we are all to well aware that electricity costs will come into focus in the not too distant future.

So where we are now is that we have a working FPGA code and are in the process of testing that and tweaking any further refinements before it's submission.

With respect to the speculation above we sold out of Neptune's last night.

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January 17, 2014, 03:16:19 PM
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1421 pages. I wonder what percentage of that content is OT.

on topic - KnC - I want an update on the status of the Neptunes, please.

Neptunes are still very much in the preliminary design phase. As much as the timeline will be reduced significantly in comparison to a standard engineering project at 20nm, if such exists, because this is absolute bleeding edge we want to be absolutely sure what we commit to silicon will ensure a successful product at the end. This initial phase will not be rushed.

That said we have completely re-written and optimised the RTL code. The Jupiter project was very much focused upon safe speed to market and the window of opportunity hashing power presented in this present finite period prior to significant competition. The Neptune project whilst adhering to aspects of the aforementioned must focus upon power consumption as it's primary trait if customers (you guys) will be able to compete successfully over a longer period. We know that we are reaching limits on standard household circuits, we want you to remain competitive w.r.t. the unfolding mining landscape and we are all to well aware that electricity costs will come into focus in the not too distant future.

So where we are now is that we have a working FPGA code and are in the process of testing that and tweaking any further refinements before it's submission.

With respect to the speculation above we sold out of Neptune's last night.

Thanks for the update and congratulations on selling out. Do you know if there are any plans to ship with a PSU, or if we will need to provide them ourselves?

Also, bit of a daft question, but in the reseller accounts the neptunes are broken up by batch, if for example i had sold 9 from batch one, and 1 from batch 2, would i still be eligible for my bonus unit, or does it have to be 10 from one batch?

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January 17, 2014, 03:18:05 PM
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Thanks for the update,

Will Jupiters or Upgrade modules be available soon?
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January 17, 2014, 03:20:48 PM
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Thanks Orama.

See folks, as some of us said before.. Q2 is a strong likelihood.. Not next month like some folks were thinking, for some doped-up reason.

Thanks for the update,

Will Jupiters or Upgrade modules be available soon?

+1.. since the website advertises modular upgradability, would be nice to use that function.

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January 17, 2014, 03:24:34 PM
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1421 pages. I wonder what percentage of that content is OT.

on topic - KnC - I want an update on the status of the Neptunes, please.

Neptunes are still very much in the preliminary design phase. As much as the timeline will be reduced significantly in comparison to a standard engineering project at 20nm, if such exists, because this is absolute bleeding edge we want to be absolutely sure what we commit to silicon will ensure a successful product at the end. This initial phase will not be rushed.

That said we have completely re-written and optimised the RTL code. The Jupiter project was very much focused upon safe speed to market and the window of opportunity hashing power presented in this present finite period prior to significant competition. The Neptune project whilst adhering to aspects of the aforementioned must focus upon power consumption as it's primary trait if customers (you guys) will be able to compete successfully over a longer period. We know that we are reaching limits on standard household circuits, we want you to remain competitive w.r.t. the unfolding mining landscape and we are all to well aware that electricity costs will come into focus in the not too distant future.

So where we are now is that we have a working FPGA code and are in the process of testing that and tweaking any further refinements before it's submission.

With respect to the speculation above we sold out of Neptune's last night.

Thanks for the update and congratulations on selling out. Do you know if there are any plans to ship with a PSU, or if we will need to provide them ourselves?


I'll check, but I imagine same rules apply. Don't quite understand why anyone ships with a PSU due to the customs complications this presents in certain countries, especially when they are easily obtainable elsewhere (with enough warning).

It's likely to be something like 2x something chunky wattage wise PSUs. IDK off the top of my head those EVGA 1300W Supernovas should cover all bases with headway in case any additional is required.

Final numbers we can never have at this stage in the game, but headway is good of course. Obv w.r.t. optimisation we want to bring the hashrate up, and the power consumption down , and we are trying our best to achieve that for all of you and do so as expedited as we can safely whilst cautiously respecting this level of tech.

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