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Author Topic: Launching the Antminer L3+, World's Most Powerful and Efficient Litecoin Miner  (Read 284079 times)
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November 22, 2017, 04:49:05 PM
Last edit: November 22, 2017, 11:56:26 PM by Albortz
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Any recommendations for a pool with an auto-switch mining and ability to convert to LTC?


Prohashing.com is a pretty good one and kinda stable. But I heard they got registration stop atm

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November 22, 2017, 06:04:35 PM
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Any recommendations for a pool with an auto-switch mining and ability to convert to LTC?
Prohashing has gotten back to solid again. Nicehash is not a switching pool. You just rent you hash out there. Which these days is a good thing. Nicehash is stable as Hell.

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November 23, 2017, 02:19:10 PM
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I'm in a situation where I received my L3+ in early November. It was set up and running fine for 3 days and then the L3+ stopped working while I was away from home. When I returned home, the unit wasn't powered on, so I unplugged and replugged the power supply from the surge protector. Next thing I know, I saw something bright light up through the front intake fan of the L3+ and black smoke immediately came out through the back of the unit. I immediately unplugged the power supply and messaged Bitmain for support.

I spoke with Bitmain's customer service and was given permission to disassemble the unit and take photos of the hash boards. Upon disassembly and removal of the hash boards I noticed 2 of the hash boards were burnt. It took a week to get a response from them after sending them photos of the hash boards and now they are saying my warranty is void because of the burnt hash boards. The unit was never overclocked, modified or tampered with in any way.

Anyone have a similar experience? Is there anything I can do at this point?
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November 23, 2017, 03:05:07 PM
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I'm in a situation where I received my L3+ in early November. It was set up and running fine for 3 days and then the L3+ stopped working while I was away from home. When I returned home, the unit wasn't powered on, so I unplugged and replugged the power supply from the surge protector. Next thing I know, I saw something bright light up through the front intake fan of the L3+ and black smoke immediately came out through the back of the unit. I immediately unplugged the power supply and messaged Bitmain for support.

I spoke with Bitmain's customer service and was given permission to disassemble the unit and take photos of the hash boards. Upon disassembly and removal of the hash boards I noticed 2 of the hash boards were burnt. It took a week to get a response from them after sending them photos of the hash boards and now they are saying my warranty is void because of the burnt hash boards. The unit was never overclocked, modified or tampered with in any way.

Anyone have a similar experience? Is there anything I can do at this point?

Of course it quit working you let the magic smoke out!!!  Really that sucks!!  Mine have been running for 3 weeks now and they are happy and healthy!!  Hope you get them fixed!!

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I'm in a situation where I received my L3+ in early November. It was set up and running fine for 3 days and then the L3+ stopped working while I was away from home. When I returned home, the unit wasn't powered on, so I unplugged and replugged the power supply from the surge protector. Next thing I know, I saw something bright light up through the front intake fan of the L3+ and black smoke immediately came out through the back of the unit. I immediately unplugged the power supply and messaged Bitmain for support.

I spoke with Bitmain's customer service and was given permission to disassemble the unit and take photos of the hash boards. Upon disassembly and removal of the hash boards I noticed 2 of the hash boards were burnt. It took a week to get a response from them after sending them photos of the hash boards and now they are saying my warranty is void because of the burnt hash boards. The unit was never overclocked, modified or tampered with in any way.

Anyone have a similar experience? Is there anything I can do at this point?

Yeah, bitmain does that...and smoke/flash they assume it is Overclocked......amazing how they can be so 'clairvoyant"

take really detail pics of the spots on the boards burnt....hopefully you are using one of their PSU's so no issue with them on that being the problem

try to submit the whole thing again..and hopefully, you will get someone else to look at it

don't (for now) just reply to their email that says you are at fault

start fresh

they are so swamped maybe you MIGHT find someone more reasonable on a re-do

If that doesn't work you can go back and bash at them in both email attempts if they try to mess with them

hopefully, that may work, what I'd try anyway rather than get into a they said you said fight which you'd lose the email war at this time


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November 25, 2017, 05:35:03 AM
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For anyone like me in search of PSUs while waiting and hoping Bitmain someday mails them out, EVGA's storefront is having a sale.  I just got a EVGA 1000GQ 210-GQ-1000-V1 for $99 for an idle miner, and there are a few others as well.  Cryptocrane recommended that model in a thread here, so I took a chance.  https://www.evga.com/products/productlist.aspx?type=10&family=Power+Supplies&chipset=1000+Watts  Even when Bitmain finally ships, it probably doesn't hurt to have a spare.

EDIT: within hours of ordering it, bitmain changed my psu order status to shipped.  Yay!  I wish I'd put this order in weeks ago. Roll Eyes I think I managed to cancel, though maybe I shouldn't have.


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November 27, 2017, 01:47:23 PM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot

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November 27, 2017, 07:11:35 PM
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whats the payout these days per 1 machine per day?...
antpool  6 days at 0.14-17 LTC
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November 27, 2017, 07:33:00 PM
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whats the payout these days per 1 machine per day?...
antpool  6 days at 0.14-17 LTC

I'm making about $20 per day before electric.

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November 27, 2017, 07:49:46 PM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.

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November 27, 2017, 09:11:29 PM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.

i don’t think so, for example 2 min. ago i checked it shows 0.2 mhs. is it normal? but now it shows 172 mhs. Just this machine have big fluctation between 0.1 mhs - 270 mhs.
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November 28, 2017, 08:42:33 AM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.

i don’t think so, for example 2 min. ago i checked it shows 0.2 mhs. is it normal? but now it shows 172 mhs. Just this machine have big fluctation between 0.1 mhs - 270 mhs.


Well if you are unsure, go and check the stats of your miner. If your Nicehash calculation is normal, just the "accepted speed" figures of the single miners does not check out it is all ok.

I have miners jumping 800Mhs and then a couple minutes later 170-300Mhs.  But my calculation of all "accepted speed" is more or less spot on and the payout is also as it should be with a flat Mhs rate (without fluctuation)


But like said, as long as no board is down, dont worry too much. Same goes for Prohashing or H2C or whatever other pool there is.

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November 28, 2017, 02:39:52 PM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.



i don’t think so, for example 2 min. ago i checked it shows 0.2 mhs. is it normal? but now it shows 172 mhs. Just this machine have big fluctation between 0.1 mhs - 270 mhs.


Well if you are unsure, go and check the stats of your miner. If your Nicehash calculation is normal, just the "accepted speed" figures of the single miners does not check out it is all ok.

I have miners jumping 800Mhs and then a couple minutes later 170-300Mhs.  But my calculation of all "accepted speed" is more or less spot on and the payout is also as it should be with a flat Mhs rate (without fluctuation)


But like said, as long as no board is down, dont worry too much. Same goes for Prohashing or H2C or whatever other pool there is.

Hello;

I checked miner status, there is a lot of X. I read bitmain forum about potantial failure page, Reason: The chips are damaged, which lead to the entire hash board

running abnormal.

Resolution: Remove the hash board to repair.

 I launched machine 1 days ago. Sad

https://i.hizliresim.com/a1vldd.png

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November 28, 2017, 07:45:39 PM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.



i don’t think so, for example 2 min. ago i checked it shows 0.2 mhs. is it normal? but now it shows 172 mhs. Just this machine have big fluctation between 0.1 mhs - 270 mhs.


Well if you are unsure, go and check the stats of your miner. If your Nicehash calculation is normal, just the "accepted speed" figures of the single miners does not check out it is all ok.

I have miners jumping 800Mhs and then a couple minutes later 170-300Mhs.  But my calculation of all "accepted speed" is more or less spot on and the payout is also as it should be with a flat Mhs rate (without fluctuation)


But like said, as long as no board is down, dont worry too much. Same goes for Prohashing or H2C or whatever other pool there is.

Hello;

I checked miner status, there is a lot of X. I read bitmain forum about potantial failure page, Reason: The chips are damaged, which lead to the entire hash board

running abnormal.

Resolution: Remove the hash board to repair.

 I launched machine 1 days ago. Sad






Try to reboot the miner over your online control. if that does not fix the problem, reboot it to shipping settings. You can do that over the black pin on the front next to the ethernet port.  If that still does not fix the issue, check your psu cables and if that is also not working your board might have been broken even before you received it and it needs to be replaced

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November 29, 2017, 08:25:26 AM
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Hello;

I use nicehash for my L3+ but 1 machine is always lower speed and time rather than other. Speed is around 150-200mhs , time is also low. All the machines settings are same. Whats the problem for you?

 
https://imgur.com/ohmuVJI   

Thanks a lot




That is normal.

My miners also fluctuate a lot. You need to look at the estimation bar at the top. The calculated speed is the important one of all miners.



i don’t think so, for example 2 min. ago i checked it shows 0.2 mhs. is it normal? but now it shows 172 mhs. Just this machine have big fluctation between 0.1 mhs - 270 mhs.


Well if you are unsure, go and check the stats of your miner. If your Nicehash calculation is normal, just the "accepted speed" figures of the single miners does not check out it is all ok.

I have miners jumping 800Mhs and then a couple minutes later 170-300Mhs.  But my calculation of all "accepted speed" is more or less spot on and the payout is also as it should be with a flat Mhs rate (without fluctuation)


But like said, as long as no board is down, dont worry too much. Same goes for Prohashing or H2C or whatever other pool there is.

Hello;

I checked miner status, there is a lot of X. I read bitmain forum about potantial failure page, Reason: The chips are damaged, which lead to the entire hash board

running abnormal.

Resolution: Remove the hash board to repair.

 I launched machine 1 days ago. Sad

https://i.hizliresim.com/a1vldd.png




Try to reboot the miner over your online control. if that does not fix the problem, reboot it to shipping settings. You can do that over the black pin on the front next to the ethernet port.  If that still does not fix the issue, check your psu cables and if that is also not working your board might have been broken even before you received it and it needs to be replaced

Hello;

The problem is caused by the power supply pin enterence. When i checked psu pin, one of them is not fixing well to socket. Now it's stable. Smiley

Thanks for your support 
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November 29, 2017, 07:17:30 PM
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They released 2 L3+ batches for sale. Amazing, it ships far out. Early & Late March.
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November 29, 2017, 10:12:42 PM
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I have 15 coupons to sell (-125usd for Bitmain asic miners), 65$ each, accepting payment in dash, btc, ltc, zec, bch, eth.
PM for more information's.
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November 30, 2017, 01:03:30 AM
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They released 2 L3+ batches for sale. Amazing, it ships far out. Early & Late March.

 Shocked  You didn't oversell, that is amazing.  3+ months, at this stage of life?  Either the L3+ is going to stay on top longer than I imagined, or some folks are gonna be super pissed when they see the next gen announced around the time they get a shipping notification for their gear.
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November 30, 2017, 01:14:30 AM
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They released 2 L3+ batches for sale. Amazing, it ships far out. Early & Late March.

 Shocked  You didn't oversell, that is amazing.  3+ months, at this stage of life?  Either the L3+ is going to stay on top longer than I imagined, or some folks are gonna be super pissed when they see the next gen announced around the time they get a shipping notification for their gear.

ltc price going up and its time to put couple of batch LOL

Anyway, I also have 15 coupon to sales with $60 each. Escrow if you need more comfortable trade and the fee pay by you

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November 30, 2017, 03:32:10 AM
 #3560

I can't believe that Bitmain is waiting until March to release the next batch of L3+.  I wonder if it's some kind of mistake.  I was hoping to pick up a couple more with these coupons floating around.  I guess since they don't have to kill any competition in the scrypt market like the X11 they don't have to flood the market or maybe they know something we don't know and they're loading up their own farms.  4 months is a really long lead time.

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