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July 18, 2017, 12:57:15 PM
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Hello

I was wondering when is Antminer S11 releasing

as i guess its almost 2 years since S9 released?

correct me if i am wrong

thanks.
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July 18, 2017, 03:40:05 PM
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 Because of the chip tunneling issue, probably never  Grin
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July 19, 2017, 04:16:47 PM
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You are wrong.

There is no S11 and probably wont be for a long time.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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July 19, 2017, 11:12:32 PM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.

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July 21, 2017, 07:52:25 AM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual miners that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining
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July 21, 2017, 07:57:48 PM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual mienrs that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining

 Depends on when Sidehack finally gets a BF16 miner working and starts selling it.

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July 21, 2017, 10:02:06 PM
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Hello

I was wondering when is Antminer S11 releasing

as i guess its almost 2 years since S9 released?

correct me if i am wrong

thanks.

the s-9 is 13 months old  not 24 months.

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July 22, 2017, 05:47:15 PM
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 I knew we should be here to read and not ask questions. Obviously there's not going to be another hint minor in that red and you know this not going to be one. Stop asking questions that are silly and stupid and read.
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July 23, 2017, 05:52:16 AM
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Consider this from Bitmain's POV.  They are selling all they can produce.  They're sold out 2-3 months in advance.  What would be their motivation to roll out another version?

I don't know their exact node, but it's something 16nm.  There are several different 16nm processes.  They've caught up with what's commercially available from wafer fabs at this point.

Intel's 7th-generation CORE processors are their latest, and these are on their internal 14nm process.  Intel's not going to open their fab to Bitmain.  
AMD's latest RX 580 GPU chips are on their 14nm process.  AMD's not going to open their fab to Bitmain.  (I know, it's Global Foundries and Samsung)

Others have announced intentions to go beyond 14nm, but these are the technology leaders of the world.  It's going to be a while, and they're not likely to open their fabs to Bitmain for a while.

So what will Bitmain do?  They might consider doing a spin to a lower-power process at 16nm, but that's much easier said than done.  Lower-power processes are focused more on device leakage, for battery life while not in use.  The SHA256 algorithm flips probably 2/3 of the flops on every clock cycle, and it clocks every single one of them.  That's where your power is going.  Leakage power does not even enter into the discussion for SHA256 chips.  Maybe late 2018 for another node.  Maybe.

So what will Bitmain do?  Laugh all the way to the bank.
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November 08, 2017, 08:45:28 AM
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Well, they are releasing Sophon SC1 and SC1+
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November 08, 2017, 08:53:43 AM
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Well, they are releasing Sophon SC1 and SC1+


Why did you post in this ancient small useless thread and how does this have anything to do with the Antminer series?  Huh

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November 26, 2017, 04:59:59 AM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual miners that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining

Bitmain isn't going to let this startup with a new preorder 16th/s asic steal their thunder:
http://mycryptoexpert.com/new-bitcoin-asic-miner-with-16-ths-dragonmint-16t/

I guarantee they have been "testing" (farm mining) a far superior (s11 or whatever) for months, if not longer. It's their MO after all (see D3), to release a batch when they've run the course and can profit before THEY crash the difficulty with a massive batch. Anyone wondering why they'll only take Bitcoin Cash at the moment? <<<THAT is a very curious thing to me.


I feel really bad for those who paid  $7-$10k for a Sept batch D3, only to find they can never roi.
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November 26, 2017, 09:47:40 AM
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You are wrong.

There is no S11 and probably wont be for a long time.

This could be a perfect dream... but we are living in a real world... where the big companies are on the control... it's the same case about HDD vs. SSD, the same... and I'm completely sure that it comes early 2018
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November 26, 2017, 05:09:44 PM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual miners that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining

Bitmain isn't going to let this startup with a new preorder 16th/s asic steal their thunder:
http://mycryptoexpert.com/new-bitcoin-asic-miner-with-16-ths-dragonmint-16t/

I guarantee they have been "testing" (farm mining) a far superior (s11 or whatever) for months, if not longer. It's their MO after all (see D3), to release a batch when they've run the course and can profit before THEY crash the difficulty with a massive batch. Anyone wondering why they'll only take Bitcoin Cash at the moment? <<<THAT is a very curious thing to me.


I feel really bad for those who paid  $7-$10k for a Sept batch D3, only to find they can never roi.

Not to say I told you so, but check the Bitmain product:

Say hello to the new 16nm T9
https://shop.bitmain.com/antminer_t9_asic_bitcoin_miner.htm


tomintx nailed it!
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November 26, 2017, 07:08:51 PM
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You are wrong.

There is no S11 and probably wont be for a long time.

This could be a perfect dream... but we are living in a real world... where the big companies are on the control... it's the same case about HDD vs. SSD, the same... and I'm completely sure that it comes early 2018

You guys might found the same kind of thread in the Mining section many people been already so why you guys again digged this dead thread. If you are dream means you might be done the same mistake by dream. Since bitmain is busy in excessive orders they are really slow in production and delivery. They aren't able to handle it better now and many people are going to invest their fund to reseller to purchase it. So s11 takes long time to see in market.

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November 26, 2017, 07:58:56 PM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual miners that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining

Bitmain isn't going to let this startup with a new preorder 16th/s asic steal their thunder:
http://mycryptoexpert.com/new-bitcoin-asic-miner-with-16-ths-dragonmint-16t/

I guarantee they have been "testing" (farm mining) a far superior (s11 or whatever) for months, if not longer. It's their MO after all (see D3), to release a batch when they've run the course and can profit before THEY crash the difficulty with a massive batch. Anyone wondering why they'll only take Bitcoin Cash at the moment? <<<THAT is a very curious thing to me.


I feel really bad for those who paid  $7-$10k for a Sept batch D3, only to find they can never roi.

Not to say I told you so, but check the Bitmain product:

Say hello to the new 16nm T9
https://shop.bitmain.com/antminer_t9_asic_bitcoin_miner.htm


tomintx nailed it!

Specs from T9:
Hash Rate   12.5TH/s. A variation of +/- 5% is expected.
Power Consumption   1576W +7% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature)

so the "new T9" is not new.
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November 29, 2017, 06:58:34 AM
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As has been mentioned in MANY OTHER THREADS BEFORE NOW, there won't be an S11 model for quite a while - Bitmain can't design it 'till there's a new semiconductor node available to design it ON, and that's looking like 1.5-2 years away at the soonest - then they will have to fight with the BIG boys like NVidia, Apple, AMD, Samsung, and such to get any foundry time to MAKE any chips they design.

 I'm not betting on there being an S11 model 'till 2019 at the soonest.



that is a good thing for the diff, because we can now draw a linear increase since no efficient miners will take place up to 2020

but a bad thing for casual miners that can't have an efficient miner for mini farm mining

Bitmain isn't going to let this startup with a new preorder 16th/s asic steal their thunder:
http://mycryptoexpert.com/new-bitcoin-asic-miner-with-16-ths-dragonmint-16t/

I guarantee they have been "testing" (farm mining) a far superior (s11 or whatever) for months, if not longer. It's their MO after all (see D3), to release a batch when they've run the course and can profit before THEY crash the difficulty with a massive batch. Anyone wondering why they'll only take Bitcoin Cash at the moment? <<<THAT is a very curious thing to me.


I feel really bad for those who paid  $7-$10k for a Sept batch D3, only to find they can never roi.

Not to say I told you so, but check the Bitmain product:

Say hello to the new 16nm T9
https://shop.bitmain.com/antminer_t9_asic_bitcoin_miner.htm


tomintx nailed it!

Specs from T9:
Hash Rate   12.5TH/s. A variation of +/- 5% is expected.
Power Consumption   1576W +7% (at the wall, with Bitmain's APW3 PSU, 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temperature)

so the "new T9" is not new.

I'll stand by what I originally said:
Bitmain isn't going to let this startup with a new preorder 16th/s asic steal their thunder:
http://mycryptoexpert.com/new-bitcoin-asic-miner-with-16-ths-dragonmint-16t/
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