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Author Topic: Launching the Antminer L3+, World's Most Powerful and Efficient Litecoin Miner  (Read 284216 times)
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October 14, 2017, 04:40:53 PM
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Yeah got a notice they will be delivering my L3+ on Monday why are they shipping them so early?

supposed to be Oct 21 to 30th not that i am complaining that its coming 6 days early.
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October 14, 2017, 04:42:57 PM
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Well 3 out of 4 of mine are now showing shipped with tracking numbers.
congrats. Still waiting for my order.
I keep sending tickets, so they got bored and shipped mine near end date. Bunch of twats and retards, just like someone i know right here reading this post..
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October 14, 2017, 05:22:50 PM
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Well 3 out of 4 of mine are now showing shipped with tracking numbers.
congrats. Still waiting for my order.
I keep sending tickets, so they got bored and shipped mine near end date. Bunch of twats and retards, just like someone i know right here reading this post..

I just got a reply back from an email that I sent them 5 weeks ago about my order. Talk about slow, lol.
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October 14, 2017, 05:28:29 PM
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Yeah got a notice they will be delivering my L3+ on Monday why are they shipping them so early?

supposed to be Oct 21 to 30th not that i am complaining that its coming 6 days early.

Mine are on customs hold somewhere before being delivered to me in the US.  Did you have to do anything to get that through?  I got the email saying they were waiting clearance, but it didn't ask me for anything.
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October 14, 2017, 05:32:57 PM
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Side note, I wonder why the difficulty of litecoin just dropped off a bit. It's been a while since the difficulty has dropped because of all the L3+ machines being released. Curious, especially with them being so profitable right now with the run up in prices.
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October 14, 2017, 06:18:37 PM
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Side note, I wonder why the difficulty of litecoin just dropped off a bit. It's been a while since the difficulty has dropped because of all the L3+ machines being released. Curious, especially with them being so profitable right now with the run up in prices.

Probably because people switched to other altcoins? The pools might be directing part to the LTC chain and the other capacity to everything that seems to make money.

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October 14, 2017, 06:25:13 PM
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Side note, I wonder why the difficulty of litecoin just dropped off a bit. It's been a while since the difficulty has dropped because of all the L3+ machines being released. Curious, especially with them being so profitable right now with the run up in prices.

Probably because people switched to other altcoins? The pools might be directing part to the LTC chain and the other capacity to everything that seems to make money.

True, forgot about that.
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October 14, 2017, 07:27:02 PM
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Do you guys reboot the machines on a regular basis? Or just let them run forever?


I let them run. I check them once I receive a notification they are offline or every couple days to see if I accumulated xxxx on some chips. But thats really about all the work i do lol
OK, thought I was lucky but after about 12 days of mining both my L3+'s are now suddenly showing ASICs going offline (xxxxxxx) on different boards. One L3+ had a complete board go south.

CRAP!

Already did the reboot trick, but they are in a far-away-DC so going over to take them off power is tricky. After the first one showed issues I set the fans to 80% manually to cool them more, but no succes.

After a reboot it all seems fine for a while, and the number of HW errors is low.

Maybe the PSUs overheating after this long?

Any ideas?
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October 14, 2017, 07:39:35 PM
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Do you guys reboot the machines on a regular basis? Or just let them run forever?


I let them run. I check them once I receive a notification they are offline or every couple days to see if I accumulated xxxx on some chips. But thats really about all the work i do lol
OK, thought I was lucky but after about 12 days of mining both my L3+'s are now suddenly showing ASICs going offline (xxxxxxx) on different boards. One L3+ had a complete board go south.

CRAP!

Already did the reboot trick, but they are in a far-away-DC so going over to take them off power is tricky. After the first one showed issues I set the fans to 80% manually to cool them more, but no succes.

After a reboot it all seems fine for a while, and the number of HW errors is low.

Maybe the PSUs overheating after this long?

Any ideas?

By "DC" do you mean data center for hosting? If so, why not just run the fans at 100%, and why is there a problem with temperatures for the miner or psu if they're in a data center? Just curious.
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October 14, 2017, 07:59:55 PM
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How are your guys OC working out for you?

What is your highest and most stable HR at what frequency?  I just pumped up my miners and so far the temp is doing ok. Only time will tell what will happen but from temp side its running smoothly, just want to know if you guys are a lot over 550 and how its behaving

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October 14, 2017, 08:19:38 PM
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Do you guys reboot the machines on a regular basis? Or just let them run forever?


I let them run. I check them once I receive a notification they are offline or every couple days to see if I accumulated xxxx on some chips. But thats really about all the work i do lol
OK, thought I was lucky but after about 12 days of mining both my L3+'s are now suddenly showing ASICs going offline (xxxxxxx) on different boards. One L3+ had a complete board go south.

CRAP!

Already did the reboot trick, but they are in a far-away-DC so going over to take them off power is tricky. After the first one showed issues I set the fans to 80% manually to cool them more, but no succes.

After a reboot it all seems fine for a while, and the number of HW errors is low.

Maybe the PSUs overheating after this long?

Any ideas?

By "DC" do you mean data center for hosting? If so, why not just run the fans at 100%, and why is there a problem with temperatures for the miner or psu if they're in a data center? Just curious.
Yes, datacenter indeed.

I have two L3's, second one had a board go all "X"'s on me. I reboot it, looks OK. And I decide to lower the temperature by setting the fan speed at 85%. Then I think, let's do this on the other one as well. Now I have X'es on that one too! They're only ~12 days old or so, not overclocked and in a very good environment.

So the only thing I can think of is that the PSUs are suffering from exhaust heat and messing up the miners somehow. Increased airflow making the PSUs heat up more or something along those lines...
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October 14, 2017, 08:25:07 PM
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Do you guys reboot the machines on a regular basis? Or just let them run forever?


I let them run. I check them once I receive a notification they are offline or every couple days to see if I accumulated xxxx on some chips. But thats really about all the work i do lol
OK, thought I was lucky but after about 12 days of mining both my L3+'s are now suddenly showing ASICs going offline (xxxxxxx) on different boards. One L3+ had a complete board go south.

CRAP!

Already did the reboot trick, but they are in a far-away-DC so going over to take them off power is tricky. After the first one showed issues I set the fans to 80% manually to cool them more, but no succes.

After a reboot it all seems fine for a while, and the number of HW errors is low.

Maybe the PSUs overheating after this long?

Any ideas?

By "DC" do you mean data center for hosting? If so, why not just run the fans at 100%, and why is there a problem with temperatures for the miner or psu if they're in a data center? Just curious.
Yes, datacenter indeed.

I have two L3's, second one had a board go all "X"'s on me. I reboot it, looks OK. And I decide to lower the temperature by setting the fan speed at 85%. Then I think, let's do this on the other one as well. Now I have X'es on that one too! They're only ~12 days old or so, not overclocked and in a very good environment.

So the only thing I can think of is that the PSUs are suffering from exhaust heat and messing up the miners somehow. Increased airflow making the PSUs heat up more or something along those lines...

Are you using the APW3++ power supplies directly from Bitmain? If not that could be your problem. Those are server power supplies and really shouldn't overheat, and the heat they exhaust shouldn't be getting sucked into the miners intake fans either.
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October 14, 2017, 08:40:24 PM
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hey guys, about L3+...

I've been renting the power on nicehash, but it's shite nowdays, like $17 daily...
Do you think there are better places to rent L3+?

Some multipool which supports scrypt and pays in btc?
Any ideas what to do?

Thanks a bunch

Try mining-dutch.nl

Auto switch and auto convert to whatever you want

How is that Lexical analysis working out bickneleski?
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October 14, 2017, 09:38:27 PM
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hey guys, about L3+...

I've been renting the power on nicehash, but it's shite nowdays, like $17 daily...
Do you think there are better places to rent L3+?

Some multipool which supports scrypt and pays in btc?
Any ideas what to do?

Thanks a bunch

Try mining-dutch.nl

Auto switch and auto convert to whatever you want

Whats the best atm? Prohashing or MD? Huh
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October 14, 2017, 09:43:07 PM
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hey guys, about L3+...

I've been renting the power on nicehash, but it's shite nowdays, like $17 daily...
Do you think there are better places to rent L3+?

Some multipool which supports scrypt and pays in btc?
Any ideas what to do?

Thanks a bunch

Try mining-dutch.nl

Auto switch and auto convert to whatever you want

Whats the best atm? Prohashing or MD? Huh
MD more stable and sometimes, more get more profit

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October 14, 2017, 10:06:00 PM
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Who is using this md pool for longer ? I am just hearing from it, so i am surprised.
Mostly used h2c, zpool, or nh and now granatgas so far.
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October 15, 2017, 05:05:34 AM
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Where can you find "md" pool?
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October 15, 2017, 06:40:46 AM
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Hey guys, I'll ask again - where is the best place to rent the hashing power of the L3+?
I'm giving it on nicehash, are there any other stable places to rent, which give out more?


thnks

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October 15, 2017, 09:58:14 AM
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Where can you find "md" pool?

Someone mentioned it in a few threads above: pool's called mining-dutch.
URL https://www.mining-dutch.nl/
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October 15, 2017, 12:43:36 PM
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hey guys, about L3+...

I've been renting the power on nicehash, but it's shite nowdays, like $17 daily...
Do you think there are better places to rent L3+?

Some multipool which supports scrypt and pays in btc?
Any ideas what to do?

Thanks a bunch

Try mining-dutch.nl

Auto switch and auto convert to whatever you want
nice one! did not know of it before... will give it a try with an L3 to see if it does better than pro hashing. GUI is a bit weird though ;-)

my conclusion about my L3's is that the PSU's are getting to much heat. They're installed behind the miners in the DC, which was fine for 2 weeks. My best guess is the temperature in the DC increased somehow and the PSUs are causing different banks of ASICs to switch off.
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