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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 875114 times)
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October 20, 2013, 03:37:41 PM
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Hashfast never finalized a case design

You're acting like that's somehow an asset.  It's not.

p.s.  5 posts eh?  How'd you get out of your cage? Smiley
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October 20, 2013, 04:02:27 PM
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Exhausts on the side doesn't make any sense in any way you look at it. Datacenter racks are death easy: cold air on the front, warm on the back; there is no side intake or bs like that, there are other servers on the side.
Just flip the psu 180 degrees and you have a working design.

I can't believe i bought from you guys.

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October 20, 2013, 04:07:46 PM
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Btw, i'm still waiting for the pics of the finished BJ cases promised a week ago,

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For the now promised shipping date, that no one wants to give me. Firsts days of november? We got a problem.

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October 20, 2013, 05:29:34 PM
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Deep breath, people.  Relax.  

Hashfast never finalized a case design and hasn't missed any dates yet.

There are strong indications are that they will hit their end of the month promise, or come very very close.  

Don't start beating the crap out of them before they've had a chance to deliver, it hurts your credibility if you need to seek compensation later, as you come across as being the kind of person that will bitch and moan no matter what happens.

Save the hysterics and vitriol for when they really deserve it.  But right now, we're still 10 days from the end of their projected shipping window.

And yes, I was a BFL customer, and yes, I am a batch one customer.

Have you seen any real PCB for the chips? Nobody saw. I think the case shouldn't concern you, but the lack of proof of any other equipments should.

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October 20, 2013, 05:38:05 PM
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And yes, I was a BFL customer, and yes, I am a batch one customer.

Stockholm Syndrome?

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October 20, 2013, 05:48:12 PM
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Deep breath, people.  Relax.  

Hashfast never finalized a case design and hasn't missed any dates yet.

There are strong indications are that they will hit their end of the month promise, or come very very close.  

Don't start beating the crap out of them before they've had a chance to deliver, it hurts your credibility if you need to seek compensation later, as you come across as being the kind of person that will bitch and moan no matter what happens.

Save the hysterics and vitriol for when they really deserve it.  But right now, we're still 10 days from the end of their projected shipping window.

And yes, I was a BFL customer, and yes, I am a batch one customer.
LMAO  i love how ignorant people here are......  Really?    10 days and all they have to show is some computer renderings?     I bet you believe in santa claus and the Easter bunny to.

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October 20, 2013, 07:41:00 PM
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Exhausts on the side doesn't make any sense in any way you look at it. Datacenter racks are death easy: cold air on the front, warm on the back; there is no side intake or bs like that, there are other servers on the side.
Just flip the psu 180 degrees and you have a working design.

Admittedly a rather maverick design idea of hashfast, but probably no big problem. The PSUs only have to exhaust their own heat, which should be negligible.
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October 20, 2013, 07:47:37 PM
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Lol, you <3 your BFL pre-order so much, you didn't want to break the losing streak & signed up for moar surprise butsecs. Cheesy

Actually, I made money with BFL.  Wasn't a lot of equipment, but I mined it a couple weeks and sold on ebay.  About 250% profit.  You call that a "butsec"?
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October 20, 2013, 07:48:41 PM
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So are we going to get some guidance on a more accurate ship date from HashFast seems like today, Oct. 20th, was the original best estimate ship date.

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October 20, 2013, 08:05:30 PM
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Admittedly a rather maverick design idea of hashfast, but probably no big problem. The PSUs only have to exhaust their own heat, which should be negligible.

Not quite negligible. The PSU powering 2 boards would have to provide 520W.  With an efficiency of 87% (http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Seasonic-X-Series-850-W-Power-Supply-Review/1169/7) that still means its burning up ~70W that is has to vent through holes that may be partially blocked.

Its also pretty darn stupid to pull air in from the back of the rack where everything else is dumping its heat. THe PSU would be breathing in warm air, heat it further, then dump that inside the cabinet where it cant get out. May not be a problem if you have one sierra per rack, but try to fill a rack with it and see how well it works if 1500W from the PSU and perhaps many times that from sucking in warm exhaust air,  is heating the sides of cabinet on either side.
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October 20, 2013, 08:13:38 PM
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Hashfast never finalized a case design
You're acting like that's somehow an asset.  It's not.

Nah, not an asset. 

What I'm saying is that people shouldn't have made presumptions about the location of components in the absence of a final design.
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October 20, 2013, 08:14:45 PM
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Exhausts on the side doesn't make any sense in any way you look at it. Datacenter racks are death easy: cold air on the front, warm on the back; there is no side intake or bs like that, there are other servers on the side.
Just flip the psu 180 degrees and you have a working design.

Admittedly a rather maverick design idea of hashfast, but probably no big problem. The PSUs only have to exhaust their own heat, which should be negligible.
I don't care about the PSUs. I care about the fact that they don't know how a PSU and a rack works. Who have i paid? Elementary school boys?

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October 20, 2013, 08:23:11 PM
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Its also pretty darn stupid to pull air in from the back of the rack where everything else is dumping its heat.
Servers do that as well but put it back there.

I don't care about the PSUs. I care about the fact that they don't know how a PSU and a rack works. Who have i paid? Elementary school boys?
Maybe they should call it an innovation and make a press release  Cheesy

But of course you guys are right.
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October 20, 2013, 08:32:29 PM
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Servers do that as well but put it back there.

Id like to see a rackmountable server that pulls in air from the back. Maybe it exists, but Ive never seen it, and I certainly dont believe it would be for a high power density design.
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October 20, 2013, 08:50:49 PM
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Exhausts on the side doesn't make any sense in any way you look at it. Datacenter racks are death easy: cold air on the front, warm on the back; there is no side intake or bs like that, there are other servers on the side.
Just flip the psu 180 degrees and you have a working design.

The 180 degree flip would probably be the better way of doing it...

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October 20, 2013, 09:00:21 PM
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Exhausts on the side doesn't make any sense in any way you look at it. Datacenter racks are death easy: cold air on the front, warm on the back; there is no side intake or bs like that, there are other servers on the side.
Just flip the psu 180 degrees and you have a working design.

The 180 degree flip would probably be the better way of doing it...



What's funny about the whole layout is the radiators/fans are at the front of the case, dumping the hot air *inside* the case, making the PSs suck in hot exhaust when the PSs are flipped 180.

The whole thing seems like 0 thought went into design.



Edit:  Nitpicking now, but the VRMs put out a decent amount of heat, too.  With air cooling, there's air spilling from the heatsink -- enough to cool them.  With waterblocks & no airflow planning, combined with the case being cooked by hot exhaust -- possible/unnecessary problems.
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October 20, 2013, 09:37:41 PM
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no chips...no case...no design...no refunds...

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October 20, 2013, 09:47:32 PM
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no chips...no case...no design...no refunds...
But the best pr ever.

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October 20, 2013, 09:48:51 PM
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The power supply is a non issue.

Outside of datacenter.  Use it as shown in the photo.  Draw in cooler outside air, exhaust out the back.

Inside datacenter (w/ restricted side access).  Flip PSU 180 degrees.  Draw in warmer case air, exhaust out the back.

As far as PSU can't handle the heat load.  It will handle it just fine.  MOST PSU draw in warm case air.  Take a look at any rackmount server PSU.  They ALL draw in heated case air.  In a datacenter the power is likely 208V.  At 208V/240V PSU tend to be 1% to 2% higher efficiency.   At 90% efficiency you are looking at 50W heatload.   It is like the ultra difficult task of cooling a lightbulb in 90F air.   You know like what happens every single day outside in the summer. 

SeaSonics are built like a rock.  Open one up or look at reviews which show internals.  Massive heat sinks, giant transformers, oversized Japanese caps.  I ran a farm of GPU in a 90 deg garage for better part of two years using SeaSonics.  Not a single one died, not a single one underperformed.  We are talking 1200W units, 90F ambient,  dusty conditions, 95%+ load.  They just work.
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October 20, 2013, 09:52:00 PM
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What's funny about the whole layout is the radiators/fans are at the front of the case, dumping the hot air *inside* the case, making the PSs suck in hot exhaust when the PSs are flipped 180.

Every single rackmount server pulls in warm case air to cool the PSU.  PSU these days are highly efficient they don't need ultra cold air or high RPM fans.   A low airflow of hot (90F+) air is well within design spec.  It is a non-issue.  At 600W load and 90% efficiency you are talking 54W of heat.  It is more expensive (due to the amount of metal in larger heat sink) but they make passive power supplies because 54W in a space the size of a power supply is nothing it is less than a lightbulb in a space 10x larger.
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