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January 18, 2017, 05:34:37 AM
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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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January 18, 2017, 07:36:15 AM
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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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January 18, 2017, 01:28:08 PM
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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.
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January 18, 2017, 01:45:44 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 02:07:09 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 03:38:56 PM
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When will next stock be available ? approximately 3-7 days. @Bitmain

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January 18, 2017, 03:46:33 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 04:08:19 PM
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Are they trying to get rid of their B stock chips by creating another product?
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January 18, 2017, 04:09:30 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 05:12:54 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 05:38:35 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 06:55:06 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 07:36:36 PM
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I wouldn't worry.

I purchased mine almost the second they became available.

My status is now

Paid
Shipped
Valid

Tracking numbers received and there on there way Smiley

Keep calm and carry on mining.
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January 18, 2017, 08:06:01 PM
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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.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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January 18, 2017, 08:15:34 PM
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Limited amount left in stock.  Just paid for another 3.

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Just grabbed one to give it a try out.

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Delete your quote of said shit please.

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January 18, 2017, 09:43:21 PM
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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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January 18, 2017, 10:15:17 PM
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what's with the difference in fan speeds?

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