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May 25, 2013, 06:20:07 PM
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It seems like Ed Trice is all over this too with previous scammery involving these nitrogen cooling units but I havn't found any solid linkage there

Hate to over simplify, but that was my absolute first thought when seeing the scam site's name.

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May 25, 2013, 06:38:08 PM
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It seems like Ed Trice is all over this too with previous scammery involving these nitrogen cooling units but I havn't found any solid linkage there

Hate to over simplify, but that was my absolute first thought when seeing the scam site's name.

Seems like has to be but I have not seen anything directly tying the two. If they are in cahoots they are certainly keeping that part quiet

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May 25, 2013, 10:57:16 PM
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Worlds first PC with on-board liquid nitrogen generator

Cheesy Cheesy

liquid-nitrogen-generator....  
http://citizensciencequarterly.com/2011/05/10/liquid-nitrogen-generator/

Kudos to them managing to get all that in such a nice case......

But wow......

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We’ve taken ASIC processing to the next level with our patent pending ASIC+ Cryonic Architecture™ featuring select low-temperature superconducting materials.

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hrough a patent pending “scrubbing” process, each FrostBit™ Cryonic unit is designed to filter atmospheric nitrogen gas of dust, moisture, and other impurities.

So the thing also shits little pellets of contaminates....


And to stop you 'peeking inside'
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After assembly, each unit is injected with specially formulated acoustically and thermally insulating foam ensuring cool and quite operation.

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May 26, 2013, 01:12:16 AM
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Worlds first PC with on-board liquid nitrogen generator

Cheesy Cheesy

liquid-nitrogen-generator....  
http://citizensciencequarterly.com/2011/05/10/liquid-nitrogen-generator/

Kudos to them managing to get all that in such a nice case......

But wow......

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We’ve taken ASIC processing to the next level with our patent pending ASIC+ Cryonic Architecture™ featuring select low-temperature superconducting materials.

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hrough a patent pending “scrubbing” process, each FrostBit™ Cryonic unit is designed to filter atmospheric nitrogen gas of dust, moisture, and other impurities.

So the thing also shits little pellets of contaminates....


And to stop you 'peeking inside'
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After assembly, each unit is injected with specially formulated acoustically and thermally insulating foam ensuring cool and quite operation.

Im surprised it doesn't come with an antimatter warp core to power it   Grin

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May 26, 2013, 07:36:44 AM
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The had a promo to also get a flux capacitor with every unit but sadly it ended before I got my order in  Cheesy
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May 26, 2013, 09:35:00 AM
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Worlds first PC with on-board liquid nitrogen generator

Cheesy Cheesy

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Haha these scams come funnier everyday.

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May 26, 2013, 02:26:27 PM
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Just for fun I tried to search for their patents for this sweet cooling tech and their  strip LED lighting from the future....

Take a guess what I found?   Zilch  Lips sealed

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May 26, 2013, 02:54:32 PM
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Ordered 2...   One for eBay and one for my friend Biff
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May 26, 2013, 03:00:19 PM
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Ordered 2...   One for eBay and one for my friend Biff


Sweet! How much are they charging for one of these bad boys? I will take 500 for a project that me and Kim Jong-un are working on.
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May 26, 2013, 03:13:20 PM
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Ordered 2...   One for eBay and one for my friend Biff


Sweet! How much are they charging for one of these bad boys? I will take 500 for a project that me and Kim Jong-un are working on.


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May 26, 2013, 03:15:54 PM
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I just checked the prices: $15k for one TH/s...

One Tera Hash gives you $5.6k every single day. You would be an idiot if you think they will ever ship you such a thing for so cheap.
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May 26, 2013, 03:20:24 PM
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Ordered 2...   One for eBay and one for my friend Biff


Sweet! How much are they charging for one of these bad boys? I will take 500 for a project that me and Kim Jong-un are working on.


If you send BTC to my address ill make sure you in batch 1.     Shipping in 2 weeks.   

2 weeks? I need it a bit faster due to some issues with the United Nations.
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May 26, 2013, 07:56:53 PM
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Ordered 2...   One for eBay and one for my friend Biff

Does it come with a box of banana peels and a case of Coors?  

LOL   Cheesy
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May 26, 2013, 10:06:03 PM
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Being a bit of a self proclaimed expert on Stirling engines this offering while pretty is clearly a scam.

You might be able to design a stirling engine to act as a heat pump, but it has moving parts that require regular service and lubrication. It's a single piston system. Thus it creates noise and constant vibrations that you would never want attached or even in the same mounting plate as electronic equipment. It would literally shake anything apart given enough time and the vibration would cause noise.

   

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May 27, 2013, 02:23:37 AM
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No cold fusion capability?
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May 27, 2013, 05:14:01 AM
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I must say, that scam asic looks pretty beast.
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May 28, 2013, 01:18:43 PM
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Just for fun I tried to search for their patents for this sweet cooling tech and their  strip LED lighting from the future....

Take a guess what I found?   Zilch  Lips sealed

Then you did not search very well.... there IS cooling tech available to cool without Peltier or compressor. (start with :Stirling cryocoolers )
A Japanese company has a system where you have a sealed canister and stir a liquid and it does indeed produce significant cooling at one end of the device.

The reason I know this was I was asked to 'design' a wine cooler/ Refrigerator that did not use any of the conventional methods.
Problem was the licensing fee was massive and you could only buy units from the jap. company.

So I would not discount the cooling tech.. however even with the cooling tech, there does not seem enough room in the case for the number of chips needed.

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May 28, 2013, 01:58:48 PM
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So, who makes me a fancy website like that for my shop?


I want to learn from the scammers for my own business Cheesy

Is the design custom or do you guys think they just ripped it off somewhere?
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May 28, 2013, 02:01:36 PM
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Just for fun I tried to search for their patents for this sweet cooling tech and their  strip LED lighting from the future....

Take a guess what I found?   Zilch  Lips sealed

Then you did not search very well.... there IS cooling tech available to cool without Peltier or compressor. (start with :Stirling cryocoolers )
A Japanese company has a system where you have a sealed canister and stir a liquid and it does indeed produce significant cooling at one end of the device.

The reason I know this was I was asked to 'design' a wine cooler/ Refrigerator that did not use any of the conventional methods.
Problem was the licensing fee was massive and you could only buy units from the jap. company.

So I would not discount the cooling tech.. however even with the cooling tech, there does not seem enough room in the case for the number of chips needed.

My meaning was this company has no patents of any kind on file under the owner or the company by name


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May 30, 2013, 12:32:44 AM
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the cryo device is weak, look at this guys  Grin

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The completion of the ASIC development will commence once the deposit has been received.

Cost of initial system: $350,000.
Deposit: $175,000

Details; This rack-mounted, ASIC-based system has 16 PCB's each with 64 ASIC chips, The end design will yield a system with a performance of the order of ten (10) TH/s (Tera Hashes per second). The rackmount system connects to a host via a Raspberry Pi. This system is designed with correct cooling and power supplies for deployment in a data center environment.

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who gonna see the specs of this 10Th toy? Cool

probably some ferengi is thinking to plan a trip here from gamma quadrant, many opportunity to sell a scam dilithyum miner  Cool

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