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Author Topic: ASICMINER Auction: 50 Block Erupter Blades CHECK OP FOR PAYMENT  (Read 138265 times)
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April 29, 2013, 07:49:41 AM
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The bot should be programmed to only acknowledge as a bid if the format #@##  is in the beginning of the line of the first paragraph, only.
And that also should be the rule for the rest of us.
Also I wonder if it takes into consideration the , and . since some people here might mistype it (and in some countries it is the reverse, so it is easy to be confused).
Yes, but if the bot did so it'll be broken earlier already.  Cry
Yep, the bot takes in consideration of , and . (seen and proven in a couple pages back).  Grin

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April 29, 2013, 07:52:34 AM
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2@36.5
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April 29, 2013, 08:15:52 AM
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April 29, 2013, 08:16:20 AM
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Also John did you find out about what I need to buy to get this working? (Power adaptor wise)
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April 29, 2013, 08:18:54 AM
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Also John did you find out about what I need to buy to get this working? (Power adaptor wise)

Sorry if this has been asked before, so if I have a standard PC PSU (for example from a GPU mining rig). I would be able to power these BE blades, without buying anything extra? is the "adapter" in the videos included in the package?

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This has been asked a few times, so ill clear it up

standard ATX PSU is fine, get something over 400 watts to be safe - youll need to supply 80watts down to the blade (to be safe) - so make sure the PSU can provide 7amps on 12v rails (to be safe) - the 4 pin CPU plug should do the trick (yellow wires) - or preferably the PCI express.

Also, bond the neutrals together and wire into one port on the green adapter, otherwise, in my experience you'll over heat.
 

I would recommend buying about 4-5 8cm fans to keep this bitch cool, at 1.2volts per lane, she gets hot and needs 2 x on the heatsink, 1 x on the chips, and 1x on the power module to make me feel "ok" about it.


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April 29, 2013, 08:20:16 AM
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Thanks, like I said its quite a lot of pages to follow along with and I miss a few things. Smiley
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April 29, 2013, 08:22:39 AM
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Thanks, like I said its quite a lot of pages to follow along with and I miss a few things. Smiley
No worries - I've added that to the OP too.

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April 29, 2013, 08:35:14 AM
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Whoa, fpgaminer's script is auto updating!  Shocked Fix the blacklisted JessicaMILFson and we'll be running happily.  Grin

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April 29, 2013, 08:35:54 AM
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NameQuantityPrice (฿)
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VJain1404840
psjw445044044160
GreatBug1404340
ok139.54239.5
Hiroaki1394139
simtel121384038
gsmline1383938
rgzen1383838
win07137.53737.5
Hiroaki1373637
tccd2373474
drawingthesun1373337
Omen1855336.530109.5
slastar236.52873
Minor Miner53623180
samyrp2362172
desired_username43617144
BitMagnet135.51635.5
dogie235.51471
drlatino999235.51271
Hiroaki235.51071
sgrunger235.5871
WinTame2012135.5735.5
Minor Miner535.52177.5
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lan787135035
Total blades:50Total BTC:1839.5
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April 29, 2013, 08:45:16 AM
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Whoa, fpgaminer's script is auto updating!
heh  Tongue  If you go to http://bitcoin-talk-auctioneer.appspot.com/ you'll see that there are two ways to use the script.  If given a total quantity, and thread URL, it will scrap and try to figure out the bids itself.  Or you can just give it a manually assembled CSV list of bids, which it will sort and beautify.

For the automated scrapping, it strips all formatted text and quotes from a post, and then searches for bids that are on their own line.  Anything else is ignored (e.g. "my bid is 4@10" will be ignored).  Bids can also be cancelled if a user posts, for example, "cancel: 4@10" which cancels all of their previous bids matching that description.

Probably not great to discuss further here.  If you have any suggestions/comments (working on the blacklist stuff right now) feel free to post in its thread here.

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April 29, 2013, 08:49:20 AM
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1@36

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April 29, 2013, 08:56:03 AM
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10@40

can power supplies and mounting racks be provided also.

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heh  Tongue  If you go to http://bitcoin-talk-auctioneer.appspot.com/ you'll see that there are two ways to use the script.  If given a total quantity, and thread URL, it will scrap and try to figure out the bids itself.  Or you can just give it a manually assembled CSV list of bids, which it will sort and beautify.

For the automated scrapping, it strips all formatted text and quotes from a post, and then searches for bids that are on their own line.  Anything else is ignored (e.g. "my bid is 4@10" will be ignored).  Bids can also be cancelled if a user posts, for example, "cancel: 4@10" which cancels all of their previous bids matching that description.

Probably not great to discuss further here.  If you have any suggestions/comments (working on the blacklist stuff right now) feel free to post in its thread here.
Okay - will post and take a look there later.  Grin

10@40

can power supplies and mounting racks be provided also.

Nah, shipping would be too expensive - grab a spare PSU please. The racks, considering that you're buying 10 of em ... I'll ask friedcat.  Smiley

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April 29, 2013, 09:08:45 AM
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NameQuantityPrice (฿)RemainingBTC Count
swaits140.54940.5
VJain1404840
psjw445044044160
GreatBug1404340
Pinwheel104033400
ok139.53239.5
Hiroaki1393139
simtel121383038
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rgzen1382838
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Total blades:50Total BTC:1886
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April 29, 2013, 09:10:21 AM
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1 @ 42.5
1 @ 39
1 @ 37
2 @ 35.5

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April 29, 2013, 09:10:37 AM
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Less than 10 hours to go, how exciting.

So those racks are for ten boards? I may consider further bidding on a set of ten if I get a rack to go with it.

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April 29, 2013, 09:12:44 AM
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1@37
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April 29, 2013, 09:12:56 AM
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Less than 10 hours to go, how exciting.

So those racks are for ten boards? I may consider further bidding on a set of ten if I get a rack to go with it.
I'm asking friedcat, but on a previous PM he replied me this:

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They are not closed cases, but open sub-racks used on closed racks or open shelves. We would not recommend any end-users to buy them at their current version. Thanks.

Best regards,

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If you paid for the rack's shipping, I guess he could be fine in sending you one. I'm asking him that possibility.

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April 29, 2013, 09:13:33 AM
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How much coins/daily will this do?

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How much coins/daily will this do?

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