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January 17, 2017, 06:25:43 AM
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Dear Bitcoiners,

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Antminer T9 bitcoin miner.

The T9 employs the same 16nm ASIC chip as the Antminer S9 and this T9 batch can deliver a hashrate of 11.5TH/s with an efficiency of 0.126J/GH (+7%).

It will be available at this link after 2300 hours (GMT+8) today (17 January 2017).

We advise all to place your order while stock lasts.

For any queries or tech support, please reach out to us via support.bitmain.com

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January 17, 2017, 06:40:48 AM
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Any differences between T9 and S9?
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January 17, 2017, 06:48:58 AM
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It's like the late-S7 batches.
The same miner with less chips, little less effiency.

The S9 had 2 fans too..

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January 17, 2017, 06:58:42 AM
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When will the sale come out?
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January 17, 2017, 07:36:31 AM
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I would have preferred these over the R4's I just purchased - I guess them's the brakes.
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January 17, 2017, 07:38:22 AM
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Is this the end of S9? new miner will come? may be S10 or S11???
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January 17, 2017, 08:05:16 AM
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Any differences between T9 and S9?

Power Consumption:

T9 1450W 11.5TH/s
S9 1078W 11TH/s (Batch 22)

The big difference for me.
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January 17, 2017, 08:13:47 AM
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Any differences between T9 and S9?

Power Consumption:

T9 1450W 11.5TH/s
S9 1078W 11TH/s (Batch 22)

The big difference for me.

That's a good point - I just realised the additional 29% power the T9 requires, @ 0.05 kWh that's an extra $160 per year.
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January 17, 2017, 08:17:48 AM
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Any differences between T9 and S9?

Power Consumption:

T9 1450W 11.5TH/s
S9 1078W 11TH/s (Batch 22)

The big difference for me.

That's a good point - I just realised the additional 29% power the T9 requires, @ 0.05 kWh that's an extra $160 per year.
Yeah, huge difference. If you have a free energy is not a problem. if you pay hosting this could be a problem.
Big plus is the warranty. Improved reliability? A 180-day warranty is provided starting from the shipping date.
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January 17, 2017, 08:54:52 AM
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Same cruddy firmware?

Same cruddy bmminer?

Same cruddy warranty?

Same cruddy pricing?

Same crud........

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January 17, 2017, 09:56:55 AM
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Wonder why they didn't call it the Q9 instead of T9 since Q is before R and S.

Its like BMW releasing a new cheaper, slower, less luxurious car and calling it the 9 Series.


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January 17, 2017, 10:25:13 AM
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So who's buying one?
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January 17, 2017, 11:33:06 AM
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i think they figure the reason of high S9 hashboard failure
it's the power needed for the chips!
so they produced T9 with 180 days warranty
each T9 board have 57 chips instead of 63 and need 480W to power instead of 400W
less chips more power!
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January 17, 2017, 11:41:27 AM
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Less efficient? Dunno why they're even trying now. Don't see many people buying one, at least the S7LN had a few buyers. If they did something like the LN with the S9 I'd buy it but just looks like the one fan variant of the S7 they did a while back.

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January 17, 2017, 11:58:07 AM
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In this state of technology 50% more power consumption as the S9???

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January 17, 2017, 02:34:48 PM
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I'm definitely going to try these out. I'm hopeful the decreased efficiency is offset by increased reliability.

Update:
Reliability has been great! Not a single failure from the first batch. Reminds me of the S7s.

Update #2:
We've got another 50 T9s arriving the first week of March. Check my signature if you're interested.

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January 17, 2017, 02:40:58 PM
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This seems like an acknowledgement of what everyone knows.  The S9 has design issues.  While we have looked at the A7 and could not figure out the huge efficiency differences between the Antminer and the Avalon in efficiency it appears that now we may know why.  This seems like an acknowledgement that the design has problems with the S9 and most likely the R4 as well. 

This would appear to put the T9 back on turf with the A7 for efficiency or getting pretty close.  If this is what it takes to make the miners stable and less prone to failure then so be it.  But now the T9 has to live in the shadow of the S9 which appears to be a more efficient miner that has hardware issues. 

So will miners gamble and keep ordering S9's if they become available?  Or will they choose stability and possibly reliability instead?  Maybe Bitmain will make that choice for us and just not offer the S9 going forward?














 

 

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January 17, 2017, 03:12:49 PM
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I'm definitely going to try these out. I'm hopeful the decreased efficiency is offset by increased reliability.

Since when has that ever been the case?

My guess is it's a cost thing. Bitmain just wants more money and nobody has a competitive product so they know they can get away with it. Kinda like they did with S5 and S7.

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Is the purchasing link working for anyone yet?

Not yet for me
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January 17, 2017, 03:28:59 PM
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Hopefully reliability is ok for this one. I might buy this one.

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Less efficient? Dunno why they're even trying now. Don't see many people buying one, at least the S7LN had a few buyers. If they did something like the LN with the S9 I'd buy it but just looks like the one fan variant of the S7 they did a while back.

I would buy a LN variant of the S9 as well.. 
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January 17, 2017, 04:05:00 PM
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I'd guess the lower efficiency is because they upped the voltage to the chips - could be the instability seen in the S9 and R4 units is due to the chips having barely enough voltage to run in Bitmain's quest to make the most efficient miner...

Up the voltage and you get less efficiency but possibly much more stability.  Just my .02BTC

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I'd guess the lower efficiency is because they upped the voltage to the chips - could be the instability seen in the S9 and R4 units is due to the chips having barely enough voltage to run in Bitmain's quest to make the most efficient miner...

Up the voltage and you get less efficiency but possibly much more stability.  Just my .02BTC

Possibly.  I did receive an email direct from Bitmain making me aware of the release today.  Part of that email stated they would not release another batch of S9 until Chinese New Year ended so it doesn't look like they are stopping production of that unit.
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January 17, 2017, 04:18:38 PM
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Looks like still s9 still a good choice to buy than this because of the power comsumption and the speed of miner..
Much better to choose batch 23 asic s9.. but we lets see what will be reviews about this new release.
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January 17, 2017, 04:30:54 PM
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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!

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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!

im jealous  lol , i wish i could afford to buy 5-10 or however many t9's , een being less efficiant then an s9 they would run for a very long time at my dc with my power rates
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January 17, 2017, 05:12:06 PM
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Another new variant of S9, but are we getting more S9's???

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The efficiency comparison:

S9 11TH:
Power Consumption   1078W +10% (Batch 22) (at the wall, with Bitmain’s APW3 PSU,93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp)

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January 17, 2017, 05:20:12 PM
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Guys please don't be suckered in by this Bullsh*t

Stop letting htem get away with this

ALL this is, is bitmain getting rid of their poor run chips, that didn't meet 29 effeciency, they banked them and just put them together.

SAME reason why the batch hash rates varied, they put good/bad boards together in other packages based ont he avg hash rate.

This is another way for them to pass on shit chips that didn't meet specs, and make you pay for them

30-40% more power??? Come on!
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January 17, 2017, 05:34:03 PM
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Paid an hour ago using bitcoin, confirmed 4 times, yet my order status still shows unpaid..

Anybody had their orders confirmed?

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Paid an hour ago using bitcoin, confirmed 4 times, yet my order status still shows unpaid..

Anybody had their orders confirmed?

Suspense is killing me Tongue
Ours is still unpaid,just patiently waiting...

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January 17, 2017, 05:43:14 PM
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Less efficient? Dunno why they're even trying now. Don't see many people buying one, at least the S7LN had a few buyers. If they did something like the LN with the S9 I'd buy it but just looks like the one fan variant of the S7 they did a while back.

Assuming they needed to use low quality ASIC's somehow. Easy to overvolt and this is their answer. Are they using them in their new data mining centre? doubt it, unless they are for investors sections of the mining center.  
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If higher Voltage makes then run better. Why are we not seeing firmware to up volt the  R4 and S9?Huh

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If higher Voltage makes then run better. Why are we not seeing firmware to up volt the  R4 and S9?Huh

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Same as other s9..
I hope that they  can release a good antminer that can run with low power consumption..
Or the speed is better with same consumption they are just releasing new but little bit similar.. of batch 22 of antminer s9.

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I can't order, the add-to-cart link is not working. Is it sold out already?
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I can't order, the add-to-cart link is not working. Is it sold out already?

Yes, although at times you can keep checking through the day as people don't fulfill their BTC transfers, I've seen them open it back up for sale.
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Seem to only offer FedEx or DHL shipping.  I have bad luck with both.  Need UPS please!
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Less efficient but a cheaper MSRP than the S9. Not sure if the trade off is worth it, but it's what Bitmain has given us!
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Guys please don't be suckered in by this Bullsh*t

Stop letting htem get away with this

ALL this is, is bitmain getting rid of their poor run chips, that didn't meet 29 effeciency, they banked them and just put them together.

SAME reason why the batch hash rates varied, they put good/bad boards together in other packages based ont he avg hash rate.

This is another way for them to pass on shit chips that didn't meet specs, and make you pay for them

30-40% more power??? Come on!

You may be right about this strategy (in fact I think 90% you're on point), but I wouldn't blame a company for selling something people want. If people buy it they buy it and it's good business.

I too wish there was more competition. Personally I think as we approach Moore's law this will allow more competition to hit the market and also reliability of machines should improve as it will become more of a factor.

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Is anyone else getting this error when trying to check out?

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I don't think they have been released for payment yet? As it said 2300 17th January (+0800 GMT).

Guys please don't be suckered in by this Bullsh*t

Stop letting htem get away with this

ALL this is, is bitmain getting rid of their poor run chips, that didn't meet 29 effeciency, they banked them and just put them together.

SAME reason why the batch hash rates varied, they put good/bad boards together in other packages based ont he avg hash rate.

This is another way for them to pass on shit chips that didn't meet specs, and make you pay for them

30-40% more power??? Come on!

You may be right about this strategy (in fact I think 90% you're on point), but I wouldn't blame a company for selling something people want. If people buy it they buy it and it's good business.

I too wish there was more competition. Personally I think as we approach Moore's law this will allow more competition to hit the market and also reliability of machines should improve as it will become more of a factor.

He is right about this. The "new" chips are 0.001J/GHs at least less efficient than the previous S9 chips. Meaning that it is much more costly to run. I don't know why anyone would even consider buying one of these (hopefully the S11s will be better if/when they are released).

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Estimated Next Difficulty:   377,934,006,315 (+12.18%)


Just about the perfect time to buy this miner.

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The "new" chips are 0.001J/GHs at least less efficient than the previous S9 chips.


 Same chip running at a higher operating voltage, thus the reduced efficiency.

 Up side, it SHOULD allow better overclocking at more reliability *IF* you can keep the bloody things cool enough, as they're not pushing the "bottom end" of where the chip will run at all (which seems to be a lot of the issue with the S9).


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Is this available in the hashnest market? If not, I hope it does not take too long to be there.
Last year, the s9 miners took so long to get into the hash market that I don't think it was worth buying it.

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The "new" chips are 0.001J/GHs at least less efficient than the previous S9 chips.
Same chip running at a higher operating voltage, thus the reduced efficiency.

 Up side, it SHOULD allow better overclocking at more reliability *IF* you can keep the bloody things cool enough, as they're not pushing the "bottom end" of where the chip will run at all (which seems to be a lot of the issue with the S9).
Agreed. The power specs are rather on-par with the s9 batch-1 and 3 I have. Both use a high Vcore and are Hungry. At full rated clock of 650MHz the batch-1 tops out at just over 1400w after settling down from warmup (briefly >1500W). To keep temps down have that one clocked at 600 and it still averages over 13.5THs Cheesy

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Having owned various S9's from batch 1-23 I can tell you each evolution was an attempt to improve the design. I think this is also an attempt as with the recent batch of R4 machines to dispose of there lower quality chips from the production run. The easy solution to stabilize and poor quality chip is to give it more voltage. This draw more power which requires cutting the number of chips. I suspect this will be just a limited run while they hoard the best of the best last batch of 14TH machines which I had owned and was the best performing of them all. The added warranty is nice but considering this is an entire new design PCB i think it may also be prone to some premature failures while they might need to go through additional revisions of this board design to get it to the level of the last generation of S9's. This usually signals the end of a product line with them as I anticipate they are already in development of the next S11 based on 14nm Chips or a second round of 16nm chips with a more efficient design based on what they learned from the last asic

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The "new" chips are 0.001J/GHs at least less efficient than the previous S9 chips.
Same chip running at a higher operating voltage, thus the reduced efficiency.

 Up side, it SHOULD allow better overclocking at more reliability *IF* you can keep the bloody things cool enough, as they're not pushing the "bottom end" of where the chip will run at all (which seems to be a lot of the issue with the S9).
Agreed. The power specs are rather on-par with the s9 batch-1 and 3 I have. Both use a high Vcore and are Hungry. At full rated clock of 650MHz the batch-1 tops out at just over 1400w after settling down from warmup (briefly >1500W). To keep temps down have that one clocked at 600 and it still averages over 13.5THs Cheesy

So the tip there is to either keep the temps low or undervolt the thing. Someone said on this thread earlier that the bitcoin miner only has one fan which I can definitely see would be a problem to anyone who wants to buy this miner (obviously I can't due to electricity costs).

Is this available in the hashnest market? If not, I hope it does not take too long to be there.
Last year, the s9 miners took so long to get into the hash market that I don't think it was worth buying it.

It's not going to come. In the same way like the R4, R1, U3 and other miners didn't come. It is a sort-of partial release of a miner that comes out after the miner is made (such as the S3+, S4+, S5+...)
So we will probably never see it even go near hashnest.

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Is this available in the hashnest market? If not, I hope it does not take too long to be there.
Last year, the s9 miners took so long to get into the hash market that I don't think it was worth buying it.
Who would buy this on hashnest anyways? Uses more power, longer roi, worse everything compared to the S9. I wouldn't even consider buying it if it went on Hashnest. Bitmain doesn't underclock so you're looking at a full speed, high power and high maintenance miner.

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T9 looks like a good miner for anyone who doesn't pay for their electricity.
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Have they come and gone or has the link never worked?  It's 1/18 in China.
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Have they come and gone or has the link never worked?  It's 1/18 in China.

Looks like you missed the boat. They were available from ~2335 +8 GMT last night until a couple of hours ago.
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come and gone. iv got 3 on there way to me along with power supplies.

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Has anyone's payment been verified yet? I ordered and paid immediately after they went on sale - the transaction has over 60 confirmation now, but my order hasn't updated. It's still 'Unpaid, Unshipped, Expired'.
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They are now sold out  Undecided

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So, this is a less efficient version of the S9?  They are taking a step back with this.


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Has anyone's payment been verified yet? I ordered and paid immediately after they went on sale - the transaction has over 60 confirmation now, but my order hasn't updated. It's still 'Unpaid, Unshipped, Expired'.

Same thing here, bought, paid immediately, still shows unpaid.... wft bitmain?
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January 18, 2017, 06:05:15 AM
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when i see on the site, t9 its more high hashrate than s9 batch 22 and its lower than s9 batch 23 and its more power consumption than s9 and it more power efficiency than s9. i think if i have more money, i will buy t9 because the hashrate is more big than s9 and its lower price than s9. but how long we need to be wait until the payment become verified like many members complain?

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They've confirmed my order/payment via a support ticket however my order status still hasn't been updated.
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January 18, 2017, 07:40:00 AM
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So, this is a less efficient version of the S9?  They are taking a step back with this.

Less efficient but cheaper MSRP. Doesn't make up for the fact that it's less efficient though. Like you said, a step back for sure but it's better than them not releasing anything tbh.
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Limited amount left in stock.  Just paid for another 3.

MOD EDIT: Scam link removed

Thanks Swimmer63,

Just grabbed one to give it a try out.

 Scam post, delete this shit please.
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Looks like the last 2 batches offered on the Bitmain Chinese store were T9's and no S9's.  Maybe they are cutting over production of these miners to just T9's now?  Just thought it was worth noting... Interesting.














 

 

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Limited amount left in stock.  Just paid for another 3.

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Thanks Swimmer63,

Just grabbed one to give it a try out.

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January 18, 2017, 03:28:35 PM
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Any differences between T9 and S9?

Power Consumption:

T9 1450W 11.5TH/s
S9 1078W 11TH/s (Batch 22)

The big difference for me.

It's 1450W +7% it's not +/-

That's 1550W! with the 7% factored in.

I'm sorry but this looks like bitmain trying to create a new product that increases profit margins to capitalize on the recent increases in BTC value.

The sad truth here is, people will probably buy this crap.

My guess here is they finally fixed the S9 problems and instead of continuing to post fake specs about the power usage and capability, they are going with actual specs this time. I don't own an S9 so this is just speculation based upon what I've read about people complaining about the S9.

Also if they did fix a design issue with the S9, owners would be clamoring for replacements. Bitmain Solution: Create the T9 and move away from the bad like Microsoft did with Windows 8.



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When will next stock be available ? approximately 3-7 days. @Bitmain

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all things being equal  the r4 at 7.5th and 916  could be  a better deal then the t9 at 1104  11.5th.

the r4 will use .1  watts
the t9 will use .126 watts

so 3 r4's = 22.5th  and        2748

and 2 t9's = 23th   and        2204  this is 544 usd difference  and shipping  makes is about 600 more for the r4's



So  I will pretend  they are both 23 th for math   ease

23th at .1 watts = 2300 watts

23th at .126 watts = 2900 watts


so 1 ibm 2980 psu runs all 3  r4's

and 1 ibm 2980  will be short for 2 t9's   so the r4's save back some of the 600 price difference in psu say 50

so 550 price difference

and you save 432 kwatts per month

600 watts per hour x 24 = 14.4 kwatts a day

at 10 cents  that is 43.20 usd per month

So  in about 1 year  43.20 x 12 = 518.40 

which means 3x R4 7.5th vs 2x T9 11.5 are close to a tie in value. 

4 assumptions  made are  :

1) nothing breaks
2) .126 watts per gh = T9
3) .100 watts per gh = R4
4)  10 cents  a kwatt


Many will say 10 cents a kwatt is too high  use 8 cents a kwatt   so after 16 months  they are pretty much equal

The real key is the true power used.

If the T9 does     .135 cents at the meter
and the R4 does  .100 cents at the meter


the r4 is cheaper after:

 9 months at 10 cents a kwatt
12 months at 8 cents  a kwatt



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Are they trying to get rid of their B stock chips by creating another product?
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Are they trying to get rid of their B stock chips by creating another product?
This could very well be one of the reasons.

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Are they trying to get rid of their B stock chips by creating another product?
This could very well be one of the reasons.

exactly what i suspect they are doing and keeping the final good quality design S9's for there own in house use

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all things being equal  the r4 at 7.5th and 916  could be  a better deal then the t9 at 1104  11.5th.

the r4 will use .1  watts
the t9 will use .126 watts

so 3 r4's = 22.5th  and        2748

and 2 t9's = 23th   and        2204  this is 544 usd difference  and shipping  makes is about 600 more for the r4's



So  I will pretend  they are both 23 th for math   ease

23th at .1 watts = 2300 watts

23th at .126 watts = 2900 watts


so 1 ibm 2980 psu runs all 3  r4's

and 1 ibm 2980  will be short for 2 t9's   so the r4's save back some of the 600 price difference in psu say 50

so 550 price difference

and you save 432 kwatts per month

600 watts per hour x 24 = 14.4 kwatts a day

at 10 cents  that is 43.20 usd per month

So  in about 1 year  43.20 x 12 = 518.40 

which means 3x R4 7.5th vs 2x T9 11.5 are close to a tie in value. 

4 assumptions  made are  :

1) nothing breaks
2) .126 watts per gh = T9
3) .100 watts per gh = R4
4)  10 cents  a kwatt


Many will say 10 cents a kwatt is too high  use 8 cents a kwatt   so after 16 months  they are pretty much equal

The real key is the true power used.

If the T9 does     .135 cents at the meter
and the R4 does  .100 cents at the meter


the r4 is cheaper after:

 9 months at 10 cents a kwatt
12 months at 8 cents  a kwatt

I came to the same basic conclusion Phil, but your math sealed it for me.  I missed the T9 flash sale and don't believe any more S9s will coming for a while.  I placed an order for an R4.  It will be my first.  Was temped to have it shipped to me.  But my electric is too high.  So it's heading to hosting with my other ones.
Thanks for the proof.
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I have never brought a large quantity of miners from Bitmain. I'm a little apprehensive with a big order all purchased with my BitCoin.  Undecided
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I wouldn't worry.

I purchased mine almost the second they became available.

My status is now

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Tracking numbers received and there on there way Smiley

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The point of the T9 is to trade a bit of efficiency for a more reliable machine.

As 16/14nm is pretty much the standard for the next few years it makes sense to buy a miner that is slightly less efficient but will run twice as long without problems. We all know the S9 has issues, and the release of this miner seems to support the fact that the s9 hardware is being run on the very edge of reliability to get the .10 spec, which in turn is causing a number of premature failures. It only takes one bad chip to take out an entire hashing board with the way the boards are designed.

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Limited amount left in stock.  Just paid for another 3.

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Thanks Swimmer63,

Just grabbed one to give it a try out.

 Scam post, delete this shit please.

Delete your quote of said shit please.

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The point of the T9 is to trade a bit of efficiency for a more reliable machine.


Can you back up this claim?

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what's with the difference in fan speeds?

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what's with the difference in fan speeds?



The push fan is slower with a resistor in the feed wire.  This lowers back pressure from blowing too hard into the heat sinks.

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The point of the T9 is to trade a bit of efficiency for a more reliable machine.


Can you back up this claim?

Officially no. But I dont mind people not believing me, it makes it more fun to say 'I told you so' later on  Wink

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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When we are able to order?
I'm really confused!
after this time we can record our order: after 2300 hours (GMT+8) today (17 January 2017)??

In this way we must to wait about 95 days later for order?
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When we are able to order?

They were available but are now sold out, you'll need to wait for the next batch to be released - mostly likely after CNY.
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When we are able to order?
I'm really confused!
after this time we can record our order: after 2300 hours (GMT+8) today (17 January 2017)??

In this way we must to wait about 95 days later for order?

Looks like you missed the boat; they are sold out.

I wouldn't worry.

I purchased mine almost the second they became available.

My status is now

Paid
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Valid

Tracking numbers received and there on there way Smiley
Back to my original question though; has any high leveled members made large orders from Bitmain with Coin only? At least 30 miners at once. No disrespect Cybermods but I would feel better with confirmation from a Vet who has forum trust established.
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Do not hesitate to buy from Bitmain with BTC.  Despite their shortcomings, they are trustworthy to ship out goods.  Only a couple times did they ship miners "significantly" late, as in a month or so.

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Hello guys
Does bitmain shop are still stock for T9?!
User @moneroorq send me message that contains a link were and he claims that it can still be order.
but when I go to the site is shown sold out Huh
Is he honest?
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Hello guys
Does bitmain shop are still stock for T9?!
User @moneroorq send me message that contains a link were and he claims that it can still be order.
but when I go to the site is shown sold out Huh
Is he honest?

He's trying to rip you off, you will see the URL his link takes you to isn't bitmain.com
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Hello guys
Does bitmain shop are still stock for T9?!
User @moneroorq send me message that contains a link were and he claims that it can still be order.
but when I go to the site is shown sold out Huh
Is he honest?


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what's with the difference in fan speeds?



Probably negative presure. Less air comes in more air out.

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what's with the difference in fan speeds?



The push fan is slower with a resistor in the feed wire.  This lowers back pressure from blowing too hard into the heat sinks.

but are the same fans models right? who controls the speed? is any order you should connect the fans on the main board?
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Unsure how sharing the status of my purchase requires trust but whatever floats your boat..

keep calm and mine on

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Does anyone know when will be availabe the stock again? Or it could be in the midnight?

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Does anyone know when will be availabe the stock again? Or it could be in the midnight?



bitmain  is going on vacation  for 1 week  say Jan 26th to Feb 2nd.

you can look here  every 30 minutes


https://shop.bitmain.com/main.htm?lang=en


If you get lucky sometimes someone  cancels

Most likely you won't see them on sale for a month.

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Most batches have been released for sale at 23:00 Beijing time (GMT +8) and friday has been a quite frequent day.

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Most batches have been released for sale at 23:00 Beijing time (GMT +8) and friday has been a quite frequent day.

 So, Do you mean It could be in stock today?
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Most batches have been released for sale at 23:00 Beijing time (GMT +8) and friday has been a quite frequent day.

 So, Do you mean It could be in stock today?

They may.

But you need to check every 1/2 hour for cancelled sales for the next day or two.

As this could happen.

Most likely you won't see anything and will need to wait until mid February

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Does anyone know when will be availabe the stock again? Or it could be in the midnight?

Is there anyway we can know when they will release more stock?



bitmain  is going on vacation  for 1 week  say Jan 26th to Feb 2nd.

you can look here  every 30 minutes


https://shop.bitmain.com/main.htm?lang=en


If you get lucky sometimes someone  cancels

Most likely you won't see them on sale for a month.

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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!
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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!

Maybe actually decided to make reliable miner when oposition starts to show up.

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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!

Maybe actually decided to make reliable miner when oposition starts to show up.

There was no need to design for reliabilty previously with the rapid chip improvements, now that chip efficiency gains are slowing to match Moores law it makes sense to improve reliability and minimize customer support costs.

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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!

Maybe actually decided to make reliable miner when oposition starts to show up.

There was no need to design for reliabilty previously with the rapid chip improvements, now that chip efficiency gains are slowing to match Moores law it makes sense to improve reliability and minimize customer support costs.

Still, trading efficiency and power for reliability? Farther down the road that isn't going to work. It's just a cash grab for them and we have no idea if that's true or not, if these miners are actually more reliable. Hasn't ever happened much in the past and if anything their reliabilty has gone downhill since the S1.

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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!

Maybe actually decided to make reliable miner when oposition starts to show up.

There was no need to design for reliabilty previously with the rapid chip improvements, now that chip efficiency gains are slowing to match Moores law it makes sense to improve reliability and minimize customer support costs.

Still, trading efficiency and power for reliability? Farther down the road that isn't going to work. It's just a cash grab for them and we have no idea if that's true or not, if these miners are actually more reliable. Hasn't ever happened much in the past and if anything their reliabilty has gone downhill since the S1.

As far as I can see Bitmain doesn't have any significant IP (patents etc), so I would hope as bitcoin continues to be adopted that eventually more chip foundries and manufacturers will get in the game and drive up competition, which will mean better products at better costs.

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I can NOT believe their garbage left over stock sold out that fast.

My god you people are worse then nintendo fan boys

What ever they put up and stick their name on you scoop up like drug addicts.

Can't wait to see the failure rate on these!

Maybe actually decided to make reliable miner when oposition starts to show up.

There was no need to design for reliabilty previously with the rapid chip improvements, now that chip efficiency gains are slowing to match Moores law it makes sense to improve reliability and minimize customer support costs.

Still, trading efficiency and power for reliability? Farther down the road that isn't going to work. It's just a cash grab for them and we have no idea if that's true or not, if these miners are actually more reliable. Hasn't ever happened much in the past and if anything their reliabilty has gone downhill since the S1.

As far as I can see Bitmain doesn't have any significant IP (patents etc), so I would hope as bitcoin continues to be adopted that eventually more chip foundries and manufacturers will get in the game and drive up competition, which will mean better products at better costs.

Actually its gone the other way, a couple of years ago there were many more chip manufacturers. There are still 3 or 4 still going, but bitmain has the most efficient chip at the moment.

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Think ill wait for sidehack to get his teeth into one of these before I make a decision.

Saying that. I'm in the market for some new miners.

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Think ill wait for sidehack to get his teeth into one of these before I make a decision.

Saying that. I'm in the market for some new miners.

Decisions...Decisions

I'm waiting and running my KNC Titan 'mules' into the dirt. Likely at this rate with
3200mh (9 Titans) they will be doorstops at the diff rate increase. By July at this rate.

Unfortunately, I think
Bitmain is gonna run these out like toasters. In the same manner as their btc miners. Likely
down to 3c kWh and below, to ROI I mean.  Thus asserting dominance in scrypt for equip and data halls like they have done in btc world. It seems pretty obvious.















 

 

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As far as I can see Bitmain doesn't have any significant IP (patents etc), so I would hope as bitcoin continues to be adopted that eventually more chip foundries and manufacturers will get in the game and drive up competition, which will mean better products at better costs.
More chip manufacturers we may see.

More Foundries to produce their chips -- not going to happen. Aside from fabs ran by Intel and IBM there is only TSMC, Samsung, and Global Foundries that are capable of producing 16/14nm (and eventually smaller node) chips. Samsung is largely producing for their own products with so far BW chips being the only exception. That leaves only TSMC and GloFo to run boutique chips like mining ASICS so end of story there.

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My T9's just arrived, I really hope these go better than my R4's.
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My T9's just arrived, I really hope these go better than my R4's.

Good luck and post results

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My T9's just arrived, I really hope these go better than my R4's.

Good luck and post results

Let us know how it runs/stats. 

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T9's have been nice and stable for the past few hours.

http://imgur.com/a/4B3p3
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T9's have been nice and stable for the past few hours.

http://imgur.com/a/4B3p3

Yee looks nice. Good luck with miner.

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Think ill wait for sidehack to get his teeth into one of these before I make a decision.

Saying that. I'm in the market for some new miners.

Decisions...Decisions

he should have some today

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January 23, 2017, 01:45:11 PM
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My T9s arrived earlier today and are all up and running nicely. No problems to report so far.

sat on the shelf beside my S9 with its 76d3h38m32s uptime Smiley

Il update if anything changes.

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January 23, 2017, 02:10:43 PM
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T9's have been nice and stable for the past few hours.

http://imgur.com/a/4B3p3

Yee looks nice. Good luck with miner.

Thanks for the Update.  Does anyone else have any early experiences?

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The 3 T9 units now have 8 hours run-time on them. All performing at or a little over stated hash-rate.

Temps appear to be nice and stable. Fan noise on par with the S9 i have beside them.

So far so good.

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I have been running 10 X T9's for 7 hours now.  Cool and stable.

On another note.  I have already lost 4/10 R4's from my friday delivery.  Awesome.

Bitmain said they will cover shipping on them though.  We will see how that works.

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I have been running 10 X T9's for 7 hours now.  Cool and stable.

On another note.  I have already lost 4/10 R4's from my friday delivery.  Awesome.

Bitmain said they will cover shipping on them though.  We will see how that works.
Damn, now that's a failure rate I wouldn't touch with PSU.

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It's a website!
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sick miner as always!

yolo
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Here's a video I made today showing comparison of T-9 11.5 vs. S-9 12.0 variable frequency power draw at the wall. Uses more power, but runs cooler.

At 210 VAC
T-9 uses 1352 W, hashes at 11.5, highest chip temp 80C

S-9 uses 1329 W, hashes at 12.0, highest chip temp 94C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHJzo7A312c
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Here's a video I made today showing comparison of T-9 11.5 vs. S-9 12.0 variable frequency power draw at the wall. Uses more power, but runs cooler.

At 210 VAC
T-9 uses 1352 W, hashes at 11.5, highest chip temp 80C

S-9 uses 1329 W, hashes at 12.0, highest chip temp 94C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHJzo7A312c

Thanks for the video Jack.  How strange the S9 is using so much more power than the stated specs on the web site.  I think they quoted something like 1079w for the 12th S9 so that is significantly above the spec. 

Really looks like the T9 may be a winner then just based on the cooler temps and the power use looks like it isn't as bad as was stated in the spec for that unit.  Good to know!  The T9 may turn out to be a good unit!  Please keep us posted.














 

 

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Here's a video I made today showing comparison of T-9 11.5 vs. S-9 12.0 variable frequency power draw at the wall. Uses more power, but runs cooler.

At 210 VAC
T-9 uses 1352 W, hashes at 11.5, highest chip temp 80C

S-9 uses 1329 W, hashes at 12.0, highest chip temp 94C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHJzo7A312c

Thanks for the video Jack.  How strange the S9 is using so much more power than the stated specs on the web site.  I think they quoted something like 1079w for the 12th S9 so that is significantly above the spec. 

Really looks like the T9 may be a winner then just based on the cooler temps and the power use looks like it isn't as bad as was stated in the spec for that unit.  Good to know!  The T9 may turn out to be a good unit!  Please keep us posted.

Well, in the first video I made I compared it to a 550 fixed frequency S-9 at 11.85 TH. The older 550 speed S-9 used only 1178 watts. I think when Bitmain changed to variable frequency they didn't update the specs on the S-9
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Here's a video I made today showing comparison of T-9 11.5 vs. S-9 12.0 variable frequency power draw at the wall. Uses more power, but runs cooler.

At 210 VAC
T-9 uses 1352 W, hashes at 11.5, highest chip temp 80C

S-9 uses 1329 W, hashes at 12.0, highest chip temp 94C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHJzo7A312c

whats is you room temp ?
and S9 batch ?
because latest batches have less temp than earlier one
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I have just watched this miner. I feel very impressive with this batch of antminer.
I will buy it in next month after I got my salary.
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Here's a video I made today showing comparison of T-9 11.5 vs. S-9 12.0 variable frequency power draw at the wall. Uses more power, but runs cooler.

At 210 VAC
T-9 uses 1352 W, hashes at 11.5, highest chip temp 80C

S-9 uses 1329 W, hashes at 12.0, highest chip temp 94C

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHJzo7A312c

whats is you room temp ?
and S9 batch ?
because latest batches have less temp than earlier one
It was the S9 batch 16 available in about November 2016. Room temp was about 60 deg F
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yup really looks like realiabilty is finally fixed. Instea dof trying to push to limits and then dying like flies

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yup really looks like reliability is finally fixed. Instead of trying to push to limits and then dying like flies
Ah the time frames of Youth...
A few miners with a few days of run time on them does not equal better reliability than a s9. Most folks have zero trouble with the s9's at the start (and minimal issues during its lifetime). Out of the 16 s9's starting from batch-1 that I have, only 2 bad boards to date.

At least give them a week, preferably > a month and THEN make that call... Now better than the latest R4's -- based on my 1 bad out of 3, so far I'll give ya that one.

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Just lit up a pair of T9 on DPS1200 PSUs. Meter estimates 2850W for the pair and one-hour reading of 23.43TH between 'em for an average of 0.121J/GH.

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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!
T9's and R4's have been since Friday/Monday! Here are a few pics of them Smiley http://imgur.com/a/vYxSj

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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!
T9's and R4's have been since Friday/Monday! Here are a few pics of them Smiley http://imgur.com/a/vYxSj

Very clean and nice looking setup!
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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!
T9's and R4's have been since Friday/Monday! Here are a few pics of them Smiley http://imgur.com/a/vYxSj

Looks great. My question is why would you buy R4's for a datacenter installation where noise is not an issue? The cost per gh on the R4 is 30% higher than on an S9.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!
T9's and R4's have been since Friday/Monday! Here are a few pics of them Smiley http://imgur.com/a/vYxSj

Looks great. My question is why would you buy R4's for a datacenter installation where noise is not an issue? The cost per gh on the R4 is 30% higher than on an S9.
At the time of purchasing the R4 was the only miner in stock. we picked up 10 of the 7.5's and 5 of the 8.7's. We were just itching to get some more miners/hashrate since before we bought these it had been roughly a month and a half since our last purchase.

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I received a T9 with what seems to be a defective fan. It starts hashing and soon it overheats. One of the fans does not go above 1900rpm.
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o boy and that is biggest ASIC manufacturer in world. If that comapny would be in EU or USA. it would have been shut down alredy, assets stripped, property confiscated.

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We went ahead and purchased 15 R4's and 20 of the T9's for our own operation. We will keep you guys updated and post some pics when they come in hopefully this week!
T9's and R4's have been since Friday/Monday! Here are a few pics of them Smiley http://imgur.com/a/vYxSj
Looking nice!

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T9s installed Saturday.  So far so good.
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My 3 T9s have been running 24/7 since the 23rd. No problems to report.

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Through week #1 today. So far so good. I wish i could change frequencies and fan speeds though.

Only complain was a "slow" fan wich was causing a miner to overheat. I had spare fans from a few S7 lying around, so problem was quickly fixed.
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I think this forum topic is meeting its demise.

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February 08, 2017, 03:01:50 PM
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Funny, the tread is pretty dead because there aren't tons of us complaining about the high failure rate of our new miner (S9 or R4 thread anyone?)

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I agree it seems like the T9 thread has been very quiet which really does imply that it addresses the S9/R4 issues.  No one complaining yet so this is a good sign.  But then again when the S9 first started shipping people were happy too. 

So maybe another 30 days and we should probably have a good idea if there is going to be any fallout. 














 

 

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I agree it seems like the T9 thread has been very quiet which really does imply that it addresses the S9/R4 issues.  No one complaining yet so this is a good sign.  But then again when the S9 first started shipping people were happy too. 

So maybe another 30 days and we should probably have a good idea if there is going to be any fallout. 

my S9's started failing 80 days in (10 days short of the warranty expiring), got a few boards repaired under warranty. At least now they come with 180 days warranty.
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I wish I had one of those cricket chirping sounds for this forum.  haha

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No issues to report from my 3 T9s or my B14 S9  Smiley





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So the T9's were announced Jan 17th, here we are Feb 17th and nobody is shouting to tar and feather Bitmain over the T9's yet...

Hmmm, what kind of crypto thread is this?Huh No drama, nobody threatening violence, boycotts, or using strong language against Bitmain... Where is the fun in that???  ROFL














 

 

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T9 - 11.5 TH/s appeared on shelf now but in sold out status. Did I miss anything today/yesterday?! Huh

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T9 - 11.5 TH/s appeared on shelf now but in sold out status. Did I miss anything today/yesterday?! Huh

It was in stock for about an hour. Keep an eye on it if you're interested, they often go back in stock briefly if orders aren't paid on time (within 1 hour).

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T9 - 11.5 TH/s appeared on shelf now but in sold out status. Did I miss anything today/yesterday?! Huh

It was in stock for about an hour. Keep an eye on it if you're interested, they often go back in stock briefly if orders aren't paid on time (within 1 hour).

Thank you for the confirmation. I just can't imagine that they don't even bother making announcements nowadays Embarrassed

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available again..
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available again..
Ya know what? As much as it kills me to say it but so far I am pleased as punch with the Avalon's I've picked up and gotta say -- I'll pass for now. This is coming from someone who got his 1st s1 on March 14, 2014 and have gotten >95 Ants of all flavors since then so that is not easy to say. Reason: Quality of the s9 and R4 miners.

My s9's from batch-1 through 22 so far have been great as have 2 of the r4's but my 3rd R4 lost a board after just 24hrs. Reports abound of s9 and R4 issues and truth be told, Bitmain blew it with those miners.

Is the T9 better/more reliable? Maybe, but for now Bitmain has lost their monopoly and I for one am glad for it.

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I'm with you.  I've been through the paces and experiences with the hardware (GPUs, ASICMiner, BitFury, BFL, Bitmain, etc) since early 2013.  I've also had my bad experiences with Bitmain.  In my opinion, however, the T9 is still be best deal today at around $108/TH (0.126 J/GHs).  The S9 13TH is around around $122/TH (0.098 J/GHs).  The newest Avalon 741, however, is very competitive at $112/TH (0.157 J/GHs).  Not much of a difference in the short run...  However, in quantity and over the long haul the cost diff can easily add up.  Who knows,  I may also jump to Canaan.  Time will tell.

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available again..
Ya know what? As much as it kills me to say it but so far I am pleased as punch with the Avalon's I've picked up and gotta say -- I'll pass for now. This is coming from someone who got his 1st s1 on March 14, 2014 and have gotten >95 Ants of all flavors since then so that is not easy to say. Reason: Quality of the s9 and R4 miners.

My s9's from batch-1 through 22 so far have been great as have 2 of the r4's but my 3rd R4 lost a board after just 24hrs. Reports abound of s9 and R4 issues and truth be told, Bitmain blew it with those miners.

Is the T9 better/more reliable? Maybe, but for now Bitmain has lost their monopoly and I for one and glad for it.
I'm with ya there. I've bought mostly bitmain gear in the past, starting with their stick miners. But my last two miners, an R4 batch 6 and the Feb 28th S9 both have had bad boards out of the box. I was thinking of purchasing another miner, but skipped the latest T9 offering. I'll probably go with the newest Avalon, as soon as I see how I like Oregon Mines for a hosting service.
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My T9's are running like champs. I was able to order a few more this last time. Stayed away from the S9's.

It will be interesting to see how they handle the heat this summer in Atlanta.

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My T9's are running like champs. I was able to order a few more this last time. Stayed away from the S9's.

It will be interesting to see how they handle the heat this summer in Atlanta.
It's been a warmer than average year so far so hopefully it won't get too hot, I know it was pretty warm in South Carolina last year, nothing unbearable for my miners but warmer than I'd like for optimal performance. Your miners might get louder and spin faster assuming they run pwm but that should be it.

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I have 5 T9s and they are doing great so far. Mining for a week now
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Dear Bitcoiners,

We are releasing a new batch of the Antminer T9 bitcoin miner today.

This batch can deliver a hashrate of 12.5TH/s and the shipping will start on 10th April 2017.

We suggest you confirm your order here after 2300 hours today (22 March 2017, GMT+8) while stock lasts.

For any queries or tech support, please reach out to us at support.bitmain.com

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id LOVE to get one of these but i cant pull 1500 watts from my outlet Sad

its too bad that you cant underclock them.
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Wow, this is the most power hungry Antminer so far.

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Great price but at 1576w + 7% is not intended for the home miner. We have the space, power, and proper cooling here at ColoHub data center. Our all inclusive monthly hosting price for this unit is $92. www.btcmeqc.com

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Great price but at 1576w + 7% is not intended for the home miner. We have the space, power, and proper cooling here at ColoHub data center. Our all inclusive monthly hosting price for this unit is $92. www.btcmeqc.com


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Bitmain is the only game in town and 90% of their customers are too dense to understand how it works.
They see the newest and jump. with no research.

Bitmain doesn't NEED to try, they have ZERO competition and sell out each time.

WHY would they care or try?
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It is not bitmains fault that people cant understand this is industrial equipment meant for a datacenter and not for home use. I see so much blame going on because people cant run them at home. Stop being so ignorant and just accept these are meant for datacenters not bedrooms.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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It is not bitmains fault that people cant understand this is industrial equipment meant for a datacenter and not for home use. I see so much blame going on because people cant run them at home. Stop being so ignorant and just accept these are meant for datacenters not bedrooms.

I thought the point of the T9 was that you could use it at home because they made it very quiet? Or is that a different miner they released?
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It is not bitmains fault that people cant understand this is industrial equipment meant for a datacenter and not for home use. I see so much blame going on because people cant run them at home. Stop being so ignorant and just accept these are meant for datacenters not bedrooms.

I thought the point of the T9 was that you could use it at home because they made it very quiet? Or is that a different miner they released?

They don't want you to mine at home because doing so would decentralize the system. They want to own every hashing power there is so they can fuck up bitcoin and can start their own shit coin. BTU.

Fuck bitmain.
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They don't want you to mine at home because doing so would decentralize the system. They want to own every hashing power there is so they can fuck up bitcoin and can start their own shit coin. BTU.

Fuck bitmain.

You should really not spread this level of stupidity by posting it on public forums. Bitmain is the ONLY hardware producer that DOES produce a home miner, the R4. No other company has even attempted a home version of a miner with 14/16nm tech. Go put your tinfoil hat back on and look for conspiracies elsewhere please.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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Actually Ebit E9 miner should not be that bad to use at home.

Also there is Hotmine (en.hotmine.io), who offers upgrade kit for old Antminers and also full package miners for those with no good old Antminer.
Hotmine X5 boards should be quite reasonable for home use with power consumption about ~500W.
I'm currently in talks with them about buying one X5 upgrade kit for my old Antminer S1.
I will also need to find Beaglebone Black board.
I'm planning to do a quick review/how-to if everything goes ok.

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Actually Ebit E9 miner should not be that bad to use at home.

Also there is Hotmine (en.hotmine.io), who offers upgrade kit for old Antminers and also full package miners for those with no good old Antminer.
Hotmine X5 boards should be quite reasonable for home use with power consumption about ~500W.
I'm currently in talks with them about buying one X5 upgrade kit for my old Antminer S1.
I will also need to find Beaglebone Black board.
I'm planning to do a quick review/how-to if everything goes ok.
Hopefully you can get one. I would love to hear what you think of these.

The E9 is good on power consumption for a home use, but with only one fan they are noisy. About the same as an s7 at full speed.
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Ok, I stand corrected, so no Ebit E9 for home mining.

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It is not bitmains fault that people cant understand this is industrial equipment meant for a datacenter and not for home use. I see so much blame going on because people cant run them at home. Stop being so ignorant and just accept these are meant for datacenters not bedrooms.

I thought the point of the T9 was that you could use it at home because they made it very quiet? Or is that a different miner they released?

It's R4. But as with all Bitmain hardware these are dying like crazy

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It is not bitmains fault that people cant understand this is industrial equipment meant for a datacenter and not for home use. I see so much blame going on because people cant run them at home. Stop being so ignorant and just accept these are meant for datacenters not bedrooms.

It is Bitmains fault if they ship DOA miners or with dead boards. Or if boards die soonish after they start working. Any company that would make this kind of equipment outside of crypto would be defeunct and sued in first month with this kind of shit.

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March 24, 2017, 08:18:56 AM
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Does anyone else find it odd that they are recommending the APW3 as the power supply for this batch?

At 1576w + 7%, I would think it would be too much for a 1600W power supply to run long term.
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March 27, 2017, 01:52:07 AM
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Does anyone else find it odd that they are recommending the APW3 as the power supply for this batch?

At 1576w + 7%, I would think it would be too much for a 1600W power supply to run long term.

Yes I was wondering about that myself!

I wonder what could be so different in the design of the S9 and T9 that the T9 so much more inefficient  Huh

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March 27, 2017, 02:23:16 AM
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March 27, 2017, 02:47:34 AM
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Does anyone else find it odd that they are recommending the APW3 as the power supply for this batch?

At 1576w + 7%, I would think it would be too much for a 1600W power supply to run long term.

Yes I was wondering about that myself!

I wonder what could be so different in the design of the S9 and T9 that the T9 so much more inefficient  Huh

They definitely don't want you overclocking them that's for sure.
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