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April 12, 2013, 10:00:11 PM
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22 refers to the number of wafers they will burn through testing.

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April 12, 2013, 10:06:11 PM
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No, it refers to the number of GH/s the single SC gets, and the number of watts of power the jalapeno uses.
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April 15, 2013, 04:10:07 AM
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Omg, guys c'mon, 22 is the number of hours they dont work in a day, GET IT RIGHT.
It takes them this damn long to make a company video and yet and we dont even have a chart of thier products showing
"here are the benchmark charts of each units power consumption, hashrate, heat, fanspeed"

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April 15, 2013, 05:31:47 AM
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Omg, guys c'mon, 22 is the number of hours they dont work in a day, GET IT RIGHT.
It takes them this damn long to make a company video and yet and we dont even have a chart of thier products showing
"here are the benchmark charts of each units power consumption, hashrate, heat, fanspeed"










FTFY! I enlarged the chart below for those with poor eyesight.




































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April 15, 2013, 11:55:37 AM
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Another thing to note is that up until 22nd January 2013 they show their old FPGA miners in the ASIC ads.

Starting 22nd January 2013 they show their actual ASIC products (or renders, who knows). Or at least the cases (with nothing in it).

Which leads to the conclusion that up until end of January 2013 they had nothing at all.

"Honest abe" shipment in October 2012? What a joke ...



Nice find from Kelticfox here: https://forums.butterflylabs.com/pre-sales-questions/1709-browsing-bfl-facebook-page-made-me-chuckle.html#post23137
Thought I share this with you for giggles ...

Kelticfox: I was linked to the BFL Facebook page today and was flicking through the old posts and this made me chuckle.....

20th September 2012


27th November 2012


13th December 2012


18th January 2013


22nd January 2013


22nd January 2013


26th February 2013


26th February 2013


Made me chuckle.... got to the 26th February and BFL are like "Screw it.... "


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April 15, 2013, 01:17:14 PM
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Fraud would be telling someone you are shipping next week WHEN YOU KNOW THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE.

It's nice how it's obvious after it happens, right?

It happened over and over again. BFL must have been fully aware that they could not deliver on time every time they made these promises.

They never gave information beforehand that they may not make the date(s) while they missed every single one of them, and counting. You cannot say that you can deliver in october when in reality you will need several months and multiple development stages to get the product out. That is an outright lie.
BFL always chose to communicate the most optimistic projection as the most probable outcome. It is outright lying about the real situation.
They acted fully irresponsible in their coimmunication to their customers and often informed them after the fact that they did not ship because they overlooked some part of the process.
BFL could have never made any realistic projections of delivery simply because they are (willingly or unwillingly) not in control of the process and all promises untill now have turned out to be false. All specs are significantly reduced, the units use more power AND they still haven't delivered.

Bunch of fucking liars, that's all there is to it.

And the recent silence tells me that they have some huge unresolvable problems that they don't want to talk about just yet.

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