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October 14, 2017, 11:19:35 PM
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Why would you need a barrel adapter? The fact it's got a 6-pin PCIe on it was the subject of discussion about four posts ago. That's been a standard feature - by request - since the first version.

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October 15, 2017, 12:59:47 AM
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AWESOME!
Put me down for 4 when available.

Thx sidehack.
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October 15, 2017, 01:42:31 AM
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Why would you need a barrel adapter? The fact it's got a 6-pin PCIe on it was the subject of discussion about four posts ago. That's been a standard feature - by request - since the first version.

My wife's cousin is sick with emergency heart issues. We were going to party with him on  this Sunday

I got the phone call as I was about to answer the  guys question and frankly  I fucked up.


What power will these draw sidehack?

30-50 watts a pod?


I ask because  if they draw 30-35   I can use a quality 2 plug cable  with a quality splitter.  brings me to   120 -140 watts a cable.

if they use  50 watts I would just do a 2 plug cable  and pull 100 for the cable

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October 15, 2017, 01:57:48 AM
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As with any miner I've ever built or ever will build, the power draw is adjustable. Top clock will be around 60W, more if you've got a Pi plugged into it. I've bought a better bench supply to test with that'll give me good power readings, so I'll set it up next time I get time - maybe Monday if my 2Pac PCB batch delivery is delayed. I can put up a chart of expected power draws at a variety of frequencies.

Should be able to get around 88GH at 35 watts.

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October 17, 2017, 08:47:13 PM
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As with any miner I've ever built or ever will build, the power draw is adjustable. Top clock will be around 60W, more if you've got a Pi plugged into it. I've bought a better bench supply to test with that'll give me good power readings, so I'll set it up next time I get time - maybe Monday if my 2Pac PCB batch delivery is delayed. I can put up a chart of expected power draws at a variety of frequencies.

Should be able to get around 88GH at 35 watts.

sounds good to me.  thanks for info.

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October 17, 2017, 09:27:37 PM
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As with any miner I've ever built or ever will build, the power draw is adjustable. Top clock will be around 60W, more if you've got a Pi plugged into it. I've bought a better bench supply to test with that'll give me good power readings, so I'll set it up next time I get time - maybe Monday if my 2Pac PCB batch delivery is delayed. I can put up a chart of expected power draws at a variety of frequencies.

Should be able to get around 88GH at 35 watts.

These are going to be great!
Thanks for the info as well.
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October 20, 2017, 01:33:43 AM
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So, a few things about the pod.

Looks like it'll have trouble starting up at extreme low voltage, which isn't unexpected because node voltage balance is pretty critical when it's operating near bottom threshold. Balance also comes into play for stable operation. I looked at Bitmain's BM1384 spec and added 10% to the given stable voltage level for any particular frequency for the test which produced the following results:

100MHz (44GH) 660mV/node 2.64V total; 12V 1.4A for 16.8W/0.38J/GH
125MHz (55GH) 660mV/node 2.64V total; 12V 1.7A for 20.4W/0.37J/GH
150MHz (66GH) 660mV/node 2.64V total; 12V 2.0A for 24.0W/0.36J/GH
175MHz (77GH) 693mV/node 2.77V total; 12V 2.5A for 30.0W/0.39J/GH
200MHz (88GH) 715mV/node 2.86V total; 12V 3.1A for 37.2W/0.42J/GH
225MHz (99GH) 755mV/node 3.02V total; 12V 3.8A for 45.6W/0.46J/GH
250MHz (110GH) 770mV/node 3.08V total; 12V 4.4A for 52.8W/0.48J/GH

Might be able to get more than 250MHz out of it if you ask it nicely.

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October 20, 2017, 02:33:30 AM
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Your stocking would need to be a bit big. The thing's a rectangle 10x10cm and about 6cm high.

Jeez. I should really figure out how I'm gonna package these things, huh? Maybe stock up on some power bricks and USB cables and stuff.

Among others, consider these (at $0.5 a pop=$25 for 50 boxes):
https://www.amazon.com/Aviditi-Corrugated-Mailer-Length-Height/dp/B00BT59D0I/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1507919791&sr=8-4&keywords=shipping%2Bboxes&th=1

I think that 5X5X3in in should be fine as 10x10X6 cm is approx 3.94X3.94X2.35 in inches.
Or bigger (6X6X3?, but for 66c a pop) if you would want to include power bricks and USB.

I was thinking of packing one with a brick and USB cable in a USPS Regional A box, which I can get for free and allows decent room for padding without getting crazy.

Smaller might be nice for folks who don't want a brick. Should make that an option.

To help keep costs down, free is always the best option for simple things like boxes to ship the pods, and the USPS does have a nice array of different size boxes! They will also send you thousands of them via their online order form HERE, or you can pick some up from your local Post Office. The only downside is that you must use Priority Mail when using USPS supplied boxes, but sidehack usually ships Priority Mail anyway.

After looking at the boxes from the link Biodom posted, they reminded me of boxes I used to keep sports cards in as a child. Don't know if you have any local sports card stores in your area, but they will likely have many different size cardboard boxes for dirt cheap. You can also find them online HERE, and probably for even cheaper. If you would like me to look into finding a similar product for the lowest price, I will be more than happy to do some "shopping around" and send you a link after.

Lastly, not sure if you are allowing any type of pre-ordering, but please pencil me in for at least one unit! I can/will pay in advance as well if that helps. Thanks again for yet another GREAT product from sidehack/GekkoScience! Can NOT wait..

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October 20, 2017, 02:40:42 AM
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I may open up orders in a couple weeks, when I'm closer to manufacture (or have already started). I'd like to be a little farther along than I am right now. I currently have exactly two complete prototypes, the firmware is still a work in progress and I don't even have a final BOM laid out yet to get cost estimates.

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October 20, 2017, 02:52:19 AM
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Wow, thanks for the update.
It's going to be a good winter 😁
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October 20, 2017, 05:35:03 PM
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I may open up orders in a couple weeks, when I'm closer to manufacture (or have already started). I'd like to be a little farther along than I am right now. I currently have exactly two complete prototypes, the firmware is still a work in progress and I don't even have a final BOM laid out yet to get cost estimates.

Great news sidehack!
 Curious to see pictures of the prototypes to check how it looks. Smiley

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October 20, 2017, 08:10:56 PM
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I may open up orders in a couple weeks, when I'm closer to manufacture (or have already started). I'd like to be a little farther along than I am right now. I currently have exactly two complete prototypes, the firmware is still a work in progress and I don't even have a final BOM laid out yet to get cost estimates.

very nice  I want a few of these.

will point them at mmpool.org

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October 20, 2017, 08:12:15 PM
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I may open up orders in a couple weeks, when I'm closer to manufacture (or have already started). I'd like to be a little farther along than I am right now. I currently have exactly two complete prototypes, the firmware is still a work in progress and I don't even have a final BOM laid out yet to get cost estimates.

very nice  I want a few of these.

will point them at mmpool.org

Same here - except i'll point them to ck's solo pool and hope the nonces are in my favor.
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October 20, 2017, 10:40:13 PM
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I may open up orders in a couple weeks, when I'm closer to manufacture (or have already started). I'd like to be a little farther along than I am right now. I currently have exactly two complete prototypes, the firmware is still a work in progress and I don't even have a final BOM laid out yet to get cost estimates.

very nice  I want a few of these.

will point them at mmpool.org

Same here - except i'll point them to ck's solo pool and hope the nonces are in my favor.

ck is also a choice along with viabtc.com solo bcc mining.

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October 21, 2017, 02:59:17 AM
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BCC, or Bitmain's Cash?

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October 21, 2017, 03:14:42 AM
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BCC, or Bitmain's Cash?


BCH  ie bitmain's cash.

I have drawn the conclusion they are bigger then the 800 pound Gorilla in the room.

So I point 18th  at them
I point       25th  at btc
I have      10000 sols at zec
I have a tiny machine at skein.
I have some cpus at xmr


I auto convert xmr, zec and skein to btc via nicehash.

Your gear will lotto with:

  mmpool
  ck pool
  viabtc.com solo bcc


I have your sticks pointed at mmpool.org

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Rank   Id   DGM Estimate   PPS   Shares   Rate (MHash/s)
1   a5d78fff   10.33389840   0.00000000   127,725,057,386   0
2   2d0ba29d   0.11360041   0.00000000   4,507,631,204   5,721,813
3   433aa491   0.06278210   0.00000000   2,139,515,650   0
4   71602a00   0.20186633   0.00000000   1,045,354,601   37,389  these are your sticks


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October 21, 2017, 03:47:21 AM
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Okay, cool. I mine BTC and don't support anything else, which includes not supporting the conversion of anything else into BTC because I consider that unfair to whoever's holding the bag when whatever crap I mined and turned into a viable currency dissolves into vapor. But my moral compass is a lot stronger than my desire to profit, which puts me very much in the minority, especially in the crypto world. If BitCH or something else ever overtakes Bitcoin proper (based on utility as a means of exchange for goods and services) I'll have egg on my face but that's fine. In the meantime I'm gonna keep chuckling at Bitmain's overt greed and various supporting shenanigans.

In short - BCH can lick a nutsack.

Additionally, hopefully soon I have the time (and parts, and functional firmware) to get some prototypes in the hands of resellers for testing and approval. Looking forward to that. And if I can ever find the battery charger for my camera I'll put up pictures of the thing in operation.

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October 21, 2017, 07:12:09 AM
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Okay, cool. I mine BTC and don't support anything else, which includes not supporting the conversion of anything else into BTC because I consider that unfair to whoever's holding the bag when whatever crap I mined and turned into a viable currency dissolves into vapor. But my moral compass is a lot stronger than my desire to profit, which puts me very much in the minority, especially in the crypto world. If BitCH or something else ever overtakes Bitcoin proper (based on utility as a means of exchange for goods and services) I'll have egg on my face but that's fine. In the meantime I'm gonna keep chuckling at Bitmain's overt greed and various supporting shenanigans.

In short - BCH can lick a nutsack.

Additionally, hopefully soon I have the time (and parts, and functional firmware) to get some prototypes in the hands of resellers for testing and approval. Looking forward to that. And if I can ever find the battery charger for my camera I'll put up pictures of the thing in operation.

I used to think  BTC  + LTC   and screw all other coins

but with  https://coinmarketcap.com/  having more then 1000 coins .  With more then the top 100 listed below trading freely on different exchanges what is one to do?



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1 Bitcoin.........$101,223,382,051..........$6084.37...........$2,639,640,000.............16,636,625 BTC
2 Ethereum......$28,567,464,987...........$299.99............$439159000...................95,227,423 ETH
3 Ripple............$7,959,113,211...........$0.206561..........$146102000.................38,531,538,922 XRP

 
4 Bitcoin Cash....$5,456,324,238...........$326.58.............$160996000.................16,707,313 BCH



5 Litecoin $3139370808 $58.71 $174439000 53,469,682 LTC -0.78% sparkline
6 Dash $2206188197 $288.99 $44261500 7,634,054 DASH -2.03% sparkline
7 NEM $1859823000 $0.206647 $4951850 8,999,999,999 XEM * -6.51% sparkline
8 BitConnect $1560948059 $216.00 $14246000 7,226,745 BCC 8.21% sparkline
9 NEO $1385135000 $27.70 $35521000 50,000,000 NEO * -2.57% sparkline
10 Monero $1344272353 $88.18 $37700200 15,245,453 XMR -1.21% sparkline
11 Ethereum Classic $1065869698 $11.03 $29078700 96,664,372 ETC -2.84% sparkline
12 IOTA $1047404837 $0.376828 $16637100 2,779,530,283 MIOTA * -8.83% sparkline
13 Qtum $819241100 $11.13 $199600000 73,602,600 QTUM * -19.20% sparkline
14 Cardano $764597088 $0.029490 $8926750 25,927,070,538 ADA * 8.87% sparkline
15 OmiseGO $716135260 $7.28 $21894000 98,312,024 OMG * -5.63% sparkline
16 Lisk $548502136 $4.82 $13287100 113,814,125 LSK * -2.39% sparkline
17 Zcash $540578432 $221.14 $30684000 2,444,519 ZEC -3.27% sparkline
18 Tether $437245138 $1.00 $203301000 437,061,572 USDT * 0.07% sparkline
19 Stellar Lumens $407089845 $0.024542 $37153700 16,587,814,333 XLM * -20.41% sparkline
20 Waves $362293000 $3.62 $11667900 100,000,000 WAVES * -6.30% sparkline
21 Hshare $361708792 $10.72 $9038150 33,750,307 HSR 2.73% sparkline
22 Stratis $290705139 $2.95 $7666650 98,590,235 STRAT * -3.78% sparkline
23 Bytecoin $275890029 $0.001506 $1461870 183,253,534,612 BCN 4.46% sparkline
24 Ark $268043479 $2.74 $2410760 97,981,284 ARK * -2.37% sparkline
25 Steem $241288262 $0.987808 $1000270 244,266,357 STEEM -4.08% sparkline
26 EOS $222584987 $0.531584 $6292970 418,720,253 EOS * -7.19% sparkline
27 Ardor $211748932 $0.211961 $1409430 998,999,495 ARDR * -1.78% sparkline
28 Augur $186821800 $16.98 $858502 11,000,000 REP * -5.58% sparkline
29 FirstCoin $183781305 $14.82 $1494610 12,400,981 FRST 7.50% sparkline
30 TenX $179002238 $1.71 $2324560 104,661,310 PAY * -10.08% sparkline
31 Komodo $175387776 $1.74 $1533790 100,945,510 KMD -5.90% sparkline
32 Golem $171902817 $0.206358 $10675700 833,032,000 GNT * -19.35% sparkline
33 Gas $171392217 $19.94 $608413 8,597,035 GAS * -2.67% sparkline
34 PIVX $168995817 $3.09 $708543 54,677,755 PIVX * -10.35% sparkline
35 Walton $163168218 $6.55 $11437800 24,898,178 WTC * -10.38% sparkline
36 MaidSafeCoin $155506060 $0.343620 $1986560 452,552,412 MAID * -9.18% sparkline
37 MonaCoin $152469921 $2.78 $2500700 54,767,675 MONA -6.26% sparkline
38 Decred $140688663 $23.45 $837866 5,998,826 DCR -11.94% sparkline
39 Kyber Network $138730766 $1.03 $1576220 134,132,697 KNC * -2.82% sparkline
40 SALT $137285098 $2.51 $4368220 54,675,000 SALT * -14.23% sparkline
41 Basic Attenti... $134518000 $0.134518 $2242370 1,000,000,000 BAT * -13.55% sparkline
42 BitShares $129796544 $0.049906 $3934170 2,600,810,000 BTS * -3.67% sparkline
43 TRON $129789999 $0.001984 $180550 65,425,271,465 TRX * 0.46% sparkline
44 Metal $129762899 $6.72 $2366580 19,300,994 MTL * -8.71% sparkline
45 DigixDAO $128672800 $64.34 $142916 2,000,000 DGD * 1.47% sparkline
46 Factom $128002058 $14.64 $2517210 8,745,102 FCT * -5.47% sparkline
47 GameCredits $125022499 $1.94 $2865790 64,355,352 GAME 7.18% sparkline
48 Veritaseum $124878147 $61.64 $334197 2,026,045 VERI * -0.08% sparkline
49 Binance Coin $123602147 $1.25 $1735500 99,014,000 BNB * -6.87% sparkline
50 Populous $120947460 $2.93 $349919 41,252,246 PPT * -8.78% sparkline
51 Iconomi $120557744 $1.21 $569160 99,900,350 ICN * -8.40% sparkline
52 Regalcoin $117863764 $41.94 $5856510 2,810,000 REC 14.30% sparkline
53 Dogecoin $113608915 $0.001018 $3501670 111,588,054,993 DOGE -4.39% sparkline
54 Byteball Bytes $112731728 $193.07 $385576 583,896 GBYTE * -1.82% sparkline
55 Siacoin $108570990 $0.003587 $1773490 30,265,799,720 SC -10.91% sparkline
56 Blocknet $108325002 $22.33 $130570 4,850,207 BLOCK * 8.52% sparkline
57 Metaverse ETP $107499838 $4.76 $22872900 22,600,000 ETP -19.13% sparkline
58 Vertcoin $105214289 $2.60 $9410010 40,506,450 VTC 30.04% sparkline
59 BitcoinDark $103986174 $80.68 $141011 1,288,862 BTCD -6.43% sparkline
60 Civic $103609951 $0.304556 $4652570 340,200,000 CVC * -7.72% sparkline
61 0x $101912500 $0.203825 $2137490 500,000,000 ZRX * -6.11% sparkline
62 Lykke $101789270 $0.378330 $137338 269,048,898 LKK * 2.75% sparkline
63 Status $89477748 $0.025782 $1430520 3,470,483,788 SNT * -3.14% sparkline
64 ATMChain $88291456 $0.030304 $4158440 2,913,534,434 ATM * -3.41% sparkline
65 Syscoin $87974061 $0.166518 $1631240 528,315,626 SYS -3.19% sparkline
66 SingularDTV $85005600 $0.141676 $1089900 600,000,000 SNGLS * -2.38% sparkline
67 ChainLink $84695100 $0.241986 $9730150 350,000,000 LINK * -20.47% sparkline
68 Bancor $83525264 $2.05 $966494 40,772,871 BNT * -0.85% sparkline
69 Bytom $80917912 $0.081984 $92162 987,000,000 BTM * -6.58% sparkline
70 MCAP $80305193 $2.10 $902576 38,295,641 MCAP * -2.81% sparkline
71 FunFair $78442000 $0.019610 $1749300 4,000,000,000 FUN * -7.18% sparkline
72 Gnosis $78333988 $70.92 $569505 1,104,590 GNO * -2.62% sparkline
73 DigiByte $77347002 $0.008847 $3300260 8,742,253,657 DGB -6.71% sparkline
74 Monaco $72255148 $7.36 $3476430 9,814,875 MCO * -1.36% sparkline
75 Pura $71433920 $0.416405 $146241 171,549,141 PURA 4.97% sparkline
76 Aeternity $70543220 $0.302734 $503764 233,020,472 AE * -9.52% sparkline
77 GXShares $69500171 $1.72 $2988470 40,510,000 GXS * 0.80% sparkline
78 VeChain $67075852 $0.242009 $708028 277,162,633 VEN * -12.86% sparkline
79 Nexus $66826439 $1.26 $227121 53,228,224 NXS -3.78% sparkline
80 Bitdeal $65429417 $0.418856 $458895 156,209,812 BDL 0.53% sparkline
81 Nxt $61400035 $0.061462 $2790660 998,999,942 NXT * -2.97% sparkline
82 Verge $60263385 $0.004263 $2036120 14,136,909,808 XVG -12.23% sparkline
83 Aragon $52886316 $1.62 $592325 32,732,352 ANT * -7.55% sparkline
84 ZenCash $52460628 $22.67 $11927900 2,313,783 ZEN 11.17% sparkline
85 Neblio $51618633 $4.14 $486152 12,479,090 NEBL * 2.15% sparkline
86 TaaS $49204289 $6.04 $340915 8,146,001 TAAS * 3.38% sparkline
87 Particl $48359322 $6.24 $104757 7,744,307 PART * -4.50% sparkline
88 ATBCoin $48204154 $1.25 $1035690 38,439,701 ATB -3.83% sparkline
89 NAV Coin $48181342 $0.778066 $2326750 61,924,493 NAV * -1.20% sparkline
90 Kin $48162885 $0.000064 $75372 756,097,560,976 KIN * -2.07% sparkline
91 Bitquence $46657445 $0.651295 $1165250 71,637,960 BQX * -14.10% sparkline
92 Loopring $46382556 $0.162080 $344762 286,170,756 LRC * -9.08% sparkline
93 NoLimitCoin $46205479 $0.226487 $195848 204,009,407 NLC2 * -22.17% sparkline
94 Ubiq $46018603 $1.20 $1159500 38,451,373 UBQ -11.70% sparkline
95 SmartCash $44564453 $0.061794 $61044 721,178,835 SMART * -26.64% sparkline
96 Centra $43498376 $0.639682 $1348180 68,000,000 CTR * 11.54% sparkline
97 AdEx $42958699 $0.762683 $2432270 56,325,759 ADX * -7.93% sparkline
98 district0x $42703320 $0.071172 $13335100 600,000,000 DNT * 41.12% sparkline
99 Dentacoin $42012336 $0.000139 $14849 303,095,254,787 DCN * 8.81% sparkline
100 I/O Coin $40759960 $2.49 $190067 16,374,262 IOC * -11.09% sparkline
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November 02, 2017, 11:43:11 PM
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275MHz/121GH, 12V 4.9A from top core voltage. Let's see how long it runs stable. That looks to be top speed off a 60W brick, unless it'll run stable at 300MHz at a bit lower voltage. Which should be doable, but it'd help to have the auto-reset firmware on there. Which my firmware guy says will be ready in a couple days.

That's good, because PCBs are already on order.

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November 02, 2017, 11:46:50 PM
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275MHz/121GH, 12V 4.9A from top core voltage. Let's see how long it runs stable. That looks to be top speed off a 60W brick, unless it'll run stable at 300MHz at a bit lower voltage. Which should be doable, but it'd help to have the auto-reset firmware on there. Which my firmware guy says will be ready in a couple days.

That's good, because PCBs are already on order.


Nice I have lots of psu's for these.  Can not wait to fire a few up.

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