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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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November 01, 2017, 03:43:45 PM
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Hey guys, I'm getting some weird ups and downs with nicehash lately - anybody getting those?
Is there a better place to rent the hash power?



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That looks normal to me. I have swings going from 0.001 up to 0.02 a day so nothing to worry about I thing.  However Nicehash has some connectivity problems lately

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November 01, 2017, 04:21:51 PM
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That looks normal to me. I have swings going from 0.001 up to 0.02 a day so nothing to worry about I thing.  However Nicehash has some connectivity problems lately

Really?
I've never seen these kinda swings, usually it is MUCH more stable :/

I just dont know where else to go other than nicehash with my machines.

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November 01, 2017, 04:29:21 PM
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That looks normal to me. I have swings going from 0.001 up to 0.02 a day so nothing to worry about I thing.  However Nicehash has some connectivity problems lately

Really?
I've never seen these kinda swings, usually it is MUCH more stable :/

I just dont know where else to go other than nicehash with my machines.
There is prohash but I tend to get a bit more from nicehash, even with the variability.
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November 01, 2017, 05:06:22 PM
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I also noticed this connectivity problem with nicehash...
It is switching 7-8 times / day to the second pool of the miner...
hopefully they will fix it soon
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November 01, 2017, 05:27:22 PM
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I also noticed this connectivity problem with nicehash...
It is switching 7-8 times / day to the second pool of the miner...
hopefully they will fix it soon

Exactly.

Can we contact anybody about that?
Do they have a representative on the forum?

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November 01, 2017, 06:57:09 PM
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That looks normal to me. I have swings going from 0.001 up to 0.02 a day so nothing to worry about I thing.  However Nicehash has some connectivity problems lately

Really?
I've never seen these kinda swings, usually it is MUCH more stable :/

I just dont know where else to go other than nicehash with my machines.
There is prohash but I tend to get a bit more from nicehash, even with the variability.
Procrashing has been randomly kicking miners over to their failovers to lighten the network up. They're struggling lately.

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November 01, 2017, 07:06:04 PM
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I also noticed this connectivity problem with nicehash...
It is switching 7-8 times / day to the second pool of the miner...
hopefully they will fix it soon

Exactly.

Can we contact anybody about that?
Do they have a representative on the forum?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=362449
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November 02, 2017, 04:33:11 AM
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Looks like I was sent a bunch of APW5's instead of APW3++'s. I guess it's considered a free upgrade because it supposedly can handle much more than the 1600W that the APW3++ can.
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November 02, 2017, 04:49:07 AM
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I got the same email saying about the PSU APW++ bla blaa... and they give me $50 coupon for the trouble... does't that mean my miner gonna come without power supply??? or they will replace by other model? do I have to re place a new order for the PSU? One more thing is that, I've been trying to access my account @bitmain.com but the website is fucked up now, layout is messed up! Anybody can login normally? thanks cunts  Wink
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November 02, 2017, 06:55:52 AM
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Hi guys! What about daily earning from 1 L3+? on ltc or multipool
Nicehash   1 DAY
Income   0.00326750 BTC 20.01 USD
El. costs   -0.00031135 BTC -1.91 USD
Profit   0.00295615 BTC 18.10 USD

I am running 9 currently and I average 0.02867343    for the last 3 days which is 0.0031859366666667 btc ber miner so

0.0031859366666667 * 6,000usd = $19.11
what coin is that? what pool?
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November 02, 2017, 07:45:28 AM
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Looks like I was sent a bunch of APW5's instead of APW3++'s. I guess it's considered a free upgrade because it supposedly can handle much more than the 1600W that the APW3++ can.

That's very nice!
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November 02, 2017, 08:12:09 AM
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Looks like I was sent a bunch of APW5's instead of APW3++'s. I guess it's considered a free upgrade because it supposedly can handle much more than the 1600W that the APW3++ can.

That's very nice!

Again, imho, I'd only run ONE PSU of any Bitmain flavor to ONE ASIC device....why chance it? Better safe than sorry. Anyway, my advice on PSU's blowing up since 2013 (its a gift) Smiley


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November 02, 2017, 10:02:05 AM
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Looks like I was sent a bunch of APW5's instead of APW3++'s. I guess it's considered a free upgrade because it supposedly can handle much more than the 1600W that the APW3++ can.


I seriously have never heard APW5 until i googled it... Why dont they just call it APW3++ how its supposed to be called?


Anyhow, I would also just run 1 miner per PSU. They are so cheap and reliable that it does not make a huge difference. In case one PSU cracks down you can still cover with the second one both miners.

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November 02, 2017, 10:19:52 AM
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APW5 PSU series is different series than the APW3 PSU series.

See these for more information.

APW5 user guide: https://s3.cn-north-1.amazonaws.com.cn/shop-bitmain/download/APW5%20manual.pdf

APW3+ user guide: https://s3.cn-north-1.amazonaws.com.cn/shop-bitmain/download/APW3-12-1600%20user%20guide.pdf

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November 02, 2017, 07:54:38 PM
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I operate two D3's on one APW5.
The power supply stays very cool, it has a good power efficiency.
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November 03, 2017, 02:37:03 AM
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Hey guys!

If any one is interested in buying miners (Bitmain's) and start use it remotely in 1-2 days - PM or grablewski@ya.ru.

I'm now living in China, Shenzhen - City where Bitmain manufacturing they asics. We offer place to put Your asics near Shenzhen city with low energy cost and in if will be some damage problems - it will takes few days to sent them for repair. Also we have additional plates so it can take 1 days for repair only.

It's kind tricky to buy miners and wait such a long time and then if something happens sent them back and loose money. GPU mining for that. As we all know ASIC's are not the most reliable hardware in earth.

PM or email - more details and prices.

Have a nice day!
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November 04, 2017, 03:09:11 AM
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Damn the mining rate. I want more BTC instead of less BTC but same fiat  Cry Cry
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November 04, 2017, 10:48:56 AM
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Hey guys!

If any one is interested in buying miners (Bitmain's) and start use it remotely in 1-2 days - PM or grablewski@ya.ru.

I'm now living in China, Shenzhen - City where Bitmain manufacturing they asics. We offer place to put Your asics near Shenzhen city with low energy cost and in if will be some damage problems - it will takes few days to sent them for repair. Also we have additional plates so it can take 1 days for repair only.

It's kind tricky to buy miners and wait such a long time and then if something happens sent them back and loose money. GPU mining for that. As we all know ASIC's are not the most reliable hardware in earth.

PM or email - more details and prices.

Have a nice day!

No way to know if you're legit or not guys.
There were many offers like this in the past, but who and how can guarantee you wont just take the equipment and disappear?
I'm sorry to say so, but that is the reality.

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November 04, 2017, 04:39:12 PM
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Hey guys!

If any one is interested in buying miners (Bitmain's) and start use it remotely in 1-2 days - PM or grablewski@ya.ru.

I'm now living in China, Shenzhen - City where Bitmain manufacturing they asics. We offer place to put Your asics near Shenzhen city with low energy cost and in if will be some damage problems - it will takes few days to sent them for repair. Also we have additional plates so it can take 1 days for repair only.

It's kind tricky to buy miners and wait such a long time and then if something happens sent them back and loose money. GPU mining for that. As we all know ASIC's are not the most reliable hardware in earth.

PM or email - more details and prices.

Have a nice day!

Go and find a job scammer, you are really so funny, of course we will send to a newbie account all our money, without warranties, without any proof of existence, without any picture, without a webpage dedicated for

that, damn, you are the most lazy scammer ever.

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November 04, 2017, 05:40:44 PM
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Hey guys!

If any one is interested in buying miners (Bitmain's) and start use it remotely in 1-2 days - PM or grablewski@ya.ru.

I'm now living in China, Shenzhen - City where Bitmain manufacturing they asics. We offer place to put Your asics near Shenzhen city with low energy cost and in if will be some damage problems - it will takes few days to sent them for repair. Also we have additional plates so it can take 1 days for repair only.

It's kind tricky to buy miners and wait such a long time and then if something happens sent them back and loose money. GPU mining for that. As we all know ASIC's are not the most reliable hardware in earth.

PM or email - more details and prices.

Have a nice day!

its just 2cents in Siberia. Why bother with China? 6 months cool weather.
Plus u can heat your home with L3+, while making lots of dollars.

if you correctly cool your miner, no worries about issues of HW failure.
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