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October 30, 2017, 10:15:35 AM
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Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

Hashing power: 13.5 TH/s
Power consumption: 1050w
J/GHs:   0.078
Cooling: Liquid cooling with 1x Rear fan @6200rpm
Chips: 190 x STA1220
Dimensions: 300mm(L) x 175mm(W) x 135mm(H)

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October 30, 2017, 10:28:42 AM
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Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

...Removed bullshit specs...


Did you even bother reading the thread?

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October 30, 2017, 11:32:07 AM
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Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

...Removed bullshit specs...


Did you even bother reading the thread?

they are pumping it

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October 30, 2017, 11:53:21 AM
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Exactly, I can understand newbie spam accounts filling the thread up with bullshit speculation, but I can't understand someone like leo doing it.

Really all posts should be based from an EXTREME negative perspective on this scam, there is no wriggle room or perhaps or maybe, its just a bullshit scam and should be approached from that angle.
I like to be somewhat optimistic about things, guess I also fell for the newbie fake posting this time. I’ll go and delete that post. We really should get this thread locked if possible though. I don’t know what got into me with this thread.














 

 

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October 30, 2017, 12:31:08 PM
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Whole lot of "if" in there though. A company that claims to be a couple years old with a brand-new website, and asking for several metric buttloads of preorder money to build a machine they so far have exactly one of - in a black-box room somewhere it can't be photographed - with their first chip being better than what guys who've been doing it for five years have been able to generate - and everything stuffed into a nice easily-photoshoppable case of illogical form-factor and using plenty of attractive buzzwords in the description. Just saying, there's a lot of "if". Way more "if" than really merits the attention these guys are getting.

IF hahahahaa
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October 30, 2017, 02:04:56 PM
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***  Syan miner is a SCAM! If someone buys their miners without any well-known and trusted Forum Users 1st getting one for doing a review and posting it here then well, you have been warned ***
Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

...Removed bullshit specs...

Did you even bother reading the thread?
Of course they didn't. That would take actual effort on their part and makes their brain hurt....

Und as you may have noticed - now adding SCAM warning header to all my posts about this. A little SEO can go a long way Wink

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October 30, 2017, 06:18:39 PM
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***  Syan miner is a SCAM! If someone buys their miners without a well-known and trusted Forum User 1st getting one for doing a review and posting it here then well, you have been warned ***
Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

...Removed bullshit specs...

Did you even bother reading the thread?
Of course they didn't. That would take actual effort on their part and makes their brain hurt....

Und as you may have noticed - now adding SCAM warning header to all my posts about this. A little SEO can go a long way Wink
You can change the subject of posts as well if you want a little extra boost.














 

 

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October 31, 2017, 11:34:04 AM
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***  Syan miner is a SCAM! If someone buys their miners without a well-known and trusted Forum User 1st getting one for doing a review and posting it here then well, you have been warned ***
Heard it for first time.but Spec is good...

...Removed bullshit specs...

Did you even bother reading the thread?
Of course they didn't. That would take actual effort on their part and makes their brain hurt....

Und as you may have noticed - now adding SCAM warning header to all my posts about this. A little SEO can go a long way Wink

watch out man, this makes you prime target for troll army
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October 31, 2017, 04:41:14 PM
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The miner looks way too small to house a 1000 watt PSU and a waterblock for 190 asic chips , just doesn't look feasible, they haven't even mentioned how much it weighs. Correct me if i'm wrong but i don't think anyone's manufactured a Waterblock good enough to cool 190 chips , should be an engineering breakthrough if they've figured that out.
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November 06, 2017, 12:03:39 PM
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Syanmining.com
They big scam
Fake webpage
Fake address in Hong Kong
Before I'm contact with them, they reply to me
And I'm visiting Hong Kong 2 days ago
They looking 2 different address in Hong Kong and phone number ( fax number)
I'm check 2 address, there is no such company
I'm check and when I will be in building, there help me information person, we check together
And results
Syanmining.com
Shopbitmain.co
Minersnow.com
Vulcanominer.com
Scam scam scam scam
Please be careful..
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November 07, 2017, 08:35:44 AM
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Syanmining.com
They big scam
Fake webpage
Fake address in Hong Kong
Before I'm contact with them, they reply to me
And I'm visiting Hong Kong 2 days ago
They looking 2 different address in Hong Kong and phone number ( fax number)
I'm check 2 address, there is no such company
I'm check and when I will be in building, there help me information person, we check together
And results
Syanmining.com
Shopbitmain.co
Minersnow.com
Vulcanominer.com
Scam scam scam scam
Please be careful..

Finally that got sorted, now onwards to finding a real competitor to Bitmain for the home mining market, the entire market is up for grabs, let's see if there are any takers in 2018 Smiley
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November 10, 2017, 04:57:55 PM
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I too like to take a positive approach. I know a lot of folks have been burned in the past but you have to put some trust some place.

I have to say, I'm a fan of Syan so far. I have one of each of their SHA & Scrypt units on the way. Their team is much more responsive than Bitmain has ever been. To their credit when they dropped the prices on their units they even offered to send me money back.  If they are a scam with the objective of making as much money as possible, whay would they, on their own volition, offer to send my money back? Ordering was super easy too, since they have done only word of mouth promo their site lets you order your unit whenever. No dealing with site crashes on product release days like you have to deal with on Bitmains site.

And hey at the end of the day the units are still profitable in my neck of the woods. The wild card will be the coin switching factor. If you watch the coinwarz charts there are some days when you can really capitalize on difficulty drops and market shifts.
I can tell you form direct contact with the company that they are planning to do a round of product reviews for both units to get some press out there. I plan to do a video review of each unit the day I get them. Stay tuned.
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November 10, 2017, 05:11:01 PM
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Okay that's great, but what proof have they given to anyone anyone actually trusts to not be a shill?

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November 10, 2017, 05:17:49 PM
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Come back here IF you ever get this Unicorn and can provide proof of its existence.

Until then, you DO realize that a brand-new user with ZERO previous posts stating support of something like this 99.999% of the time = them being either a paid shill, a troll, or just a random idiot right?

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November 10, 2017, 05:24:57 PM
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The smell of bullshit is strong on that single post account. I hope nobody is dumb enough to fall for this.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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November 10, 2017, 05:28:50 PM
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I can appreciate the skepticism. Trust does have to be earned. All I can really say on their behalf is that the info they have been providing and level of communication is better than that of other "established" mining companies I have purchased from. For example, I inquire about the ship dates and AMP draw from the miners so I could make sure the breaker I wanted to put them on would handle it. Here is what I got back:

"You will expect to get your VEGA in the 2nd week of January, while the VEGA 2S will be between the 2nd and 3rd week of February.

As for your amp question:

Vega is running at 4.8A at 220 volts.
Vega 2S is running at 4.0A at 220 volts.

Machines are intended to be used in domestic 220/240v wall sockets and are fused at 13A. If multiple machines are being used on the same mains circuit it is advised to get an electrician to check the fuse ratings on the power inlet board and make sure the supply can cope. Also, if the machine is to be used at 110v a transformer will be needed to be used inline with the unit(s). Alternatively, another approach (and more efficient) would be to have an electrician run a 220 line to power your miners.

If you have any doubts, its best to seek advice from an electrician. If you have any other questions, please let me know."

It's details like that that build trust for me. In response to this I asked them for some "real life" photos of units, so if I get any I'll post em.

But for now, reserve your trust.
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November 10, 2017, 07:18:18 PM
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Only total noobs, or paid shills, would keep arguing this is real with still no hard evidence to the contrary.  More idiot accounts for the ignore button.

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November 11, 2017, 10:46:38 AM
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Why is this still a thing? its fake guys, and the troll that keeps saying its real is just a troll. But heh! you can always gamble your money away on scams! I heard its super fun (let us know how it goes lol)
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November 11, 2017, 01:21:48 PM
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I can appreciate the skepticism. Trust does have to be earned. All I can really say on their behalf is that the info they have been providing and level of communication is better than that of other "established" mining companies I have purchased from. For example, I inquire about the ship dates and AMP draw from the miners so I could make sure the breaker I wanted to put them on would handle it. Here is what I got back:

"You will expect to get your VEGA in the 2nd week of January, while the VEGA 2S will be between the 2nd and 3rd week of February.

As for your amp question:

Vega is running at 4.8A at 220 volts.
Vega 2S is running at 4.0A at 220 volts.

Machines are intended to be used in domestic 220/240v wall sockets and are fused at 13A. If multiple machines are being used on the same mains circuit it is advised to get an electrician to check the fuse ratings on the power inlet board and make sure the supply can cope. Also, if the machine is to be used at 110v a transformer will be needed to be used inline with the unit(s). Alternatively, another approach (and more efficient) would be to have an electrician run a 220 line to power your miners.

If you have any doubts, its best to seek advice from an electrician. If you have any other questions, please let me know."

It's details like that that build trust for me. In response to this I asked them for some "real life" photos of units, so if I get any I'll post em.

But for now, reserve your trust.


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November 12, 2017, 11:10:15 AM
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Why is this still a thing? its fake guys, and the troll that keeps saying its real is just a troll. But heh! you can always gamble your money away on scams! I heard its super fun (let us know how it goes lol)
Because the mods really don't really lock or move threads anymore for things like this even though we have solid evidence that the only people supporting these are troll accounts. I reported this so hopefully it'll be moved.














 

 

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