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December 05, 2013, 06:33:57 PM
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They told me that they will try to post on twitter a photo of the actual chip testing to proof that they are really doing so.

Then about the hosting, they have nothing. So if you were waiting for a hosting solution from HF you better find another one Sad

From experience with KNC, where I had a hosted device, hosting may not necessarily mean faster hashing. KNC delivered orders (much) later in the queue before they got hosting up and running. I'm guessing they didn't put/have much resources available in setting hosting up. Most of the resources were going to get the chip working, and hosting was put on the back burner. On the bright side, they did do a good job re-reimbursing the hosting customers, but it still ended up being somewhat a loss.

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December 05, 2013, 06:35:35 PM
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They told me that they will try to post on twitter a photo of the actual chip testing to proof that they are really doing so.

Then about the hosting, they have nothing. So if you were waiting for a hosting solution from HF you better find another one Sad

Look into Plug N Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale - They will be doing HF hosting I believe.

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https://hashfast.com/hello-world/

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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.


it sound's scary to me. they have how many weeks left until the end of the year?
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December 05, 2013, 08:02:58 PM
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few minutes ago from hashafast twitter account:

""" Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests. """"

"things are going quickly !"  .... he said??? ....  when they are supposed to shipped  their first batch 2 month ago?Huh!!....


what's a pitty...

(sorry for my bad english.. Wink )
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December 05, 2013, 08:07:34 PM
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BTC refunds... Denied BTC refunds everywhere.

From what i understand, they don't have the boards yet, so they are using some strange setup to test the chips, but we will have to wait for the boards for better results (and once that they have the boards everything will go smooth).

On how many things i'm wrong? :|

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Bitcointa.lk - Replace "Bitcointalk.org" with "Bitcointa.lk" in this url to see how this page looks like on a proper forum (Announcement Thread)
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December 05, 2013, 08:07:58 PM
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Nice hashfast, tell those Aussies they aren't building the hadron collider. These asics are pretty goddamn dumb. Slap em in and ship em out.

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December 05, 2013, 08:08:57 PM
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when they are supposed to shipped  their first batch 2 month ago?Huh!!....

one month ago to be correct but I'm afraid they manage to send out the devices before christmas.
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December 05, 2013, 08:19:15 PM
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https://hashfast.com/hello-world/

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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.




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December 05, 2013, 08:30:10 PM
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https://hashfast.com/hello-world/

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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.

http://i.imgur.com/x95kGwG.jpg


Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.
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December 05, 2013, 08:31:14 PM
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https://hashfast.com/hello-world/

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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.


I feel bad for HF because icebreaker does more harm than good their reputation and they can't really silence him, because he's "trying to help".

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December 05, 2013, 08:33:52 PM
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Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

They have already stated they will not, "anticipated delivery of MPP is after 31 January".  Key words are after anticipated and after.
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PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.

awww... all these robots are busy at the moment,



so this project has a very high probability to be not finished before xmas. So no delivery this year.

But hey, no problem if they deliver a great product, I have no doubt they work hard to do this and probably are on the right way.

..and (I nearly forgot to mention) if I get 2 full sierras instead of my batch 1 Baby-obsolete-Jet by mid January 2014
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December 05, 2013, 08:39:58 PM
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Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

They have already stated they will not, "anticipated delivery of MPP is after 31 January".  Key words are after anticipated and after.

what should i say?  Cry

EDIT: my plan in August was not to order from HF but then I got a very promising Email from them where they announced their super innovative MPP but I missed to ask a lawyer about that and so unfortunately I ordered. call it a good marketing strategie.
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Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

Reconsider your selfish, unreasonable expectations and you'll be able to enjoy some bubbly.   Smiley

HashFast has already paid for your extra MPP chips and they are being made at TSMC.  So relax and raise a toast.

You'll get them after the other orders have finished shipping.

Do you really expect HashFast to prioritize your MPP boards over other customers' initial shipments?

That's totally unreasonable.  Stop being so greedy and stop ignoring the plain text of the ToS ("after 31 Jan") to which you agreed.

Bulls can make money.  Bears can make money.  Pigs get slaughtered.


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December 05, 2013, 08:48:32 PM
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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.




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December 05, 2013, 08:51:45 PM
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Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.
That's totally unreasonable.  Stop being so greedy and stop ignoring the plain text of the ToS ("after 31 Jan") to which you agreed.

nothing to do with greedy. the convinced me to pay with BTC (what I never did before neither after) with a marketing trick which is not half promise as it's sound. paid nearly 50 BTC and I will make back 10 BTC with their initial shipment. and never make back 40 BTC with the 4 extra modules which they will ship in the middle of February. be fair and stay to facts, buddy!
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btw what happened to their public order system on their website, webmaster?
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https://hashfast.com/hello-world/

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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

    We brought up IOVdd first. Up to 1.8V — draws less than the minimum 10mA the bench supply reads.
    Next core. Something odd was observed here. Initially, we saw high current draw as we brought the voltage up, reaching 0.7V where it was drawing 2.5A. As the voltage increased a little over 0.7v the current suddenly dropped to 82mA. It stayed there up to Vddcore=0.8v. This odd pattern of high current at low core voltage was repeatable. RST held low. MODE and BYPASS were held high. PLLVdd pulled to Vdd. All other inputs seemed to float low, with a 1Mohm impedance probe.
    Next CLK was applied — first 37Hz. 4mA increase in Vdd core current. Took chip out of reset. No change. Next increase clock speed, this increases current. In a couple of steps, we got it to 6Mhz, where the core Vdd was drawing 548mA.
    After a few minutes, we turned things off. On retrying, we didn’t find the same odd, high current during ramp of core Vdd. Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?

Calling it a night, having trouble getting the serial port levels shifted correctly. Will continue in the morning.

— Simon

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.

http://i.imgur.com/x95kGwG.jpg


Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

+10 man !
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December 05, 2013, 09:16:32 PM
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Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

+10 man !

They wont do that. Is sugested that and the answer was a big no long time ago. The ugrade chips are coming after the 2nd batch and the MPP chips after 31st of January. They could have done the things well time ago by switching the BJs into the sierras to compensate, but as their schedule was to deliver by late December they are doing the things really well covering their back with legal tos.

By the way, did I miss the part of how much hashing power is the chip mining or they just wanted to post some technical update that says "we are still testing the chip" and we have no pcbs  Embarrassed

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December 05, 2013, 09:19:23 PM
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Things are moving quickly! We finally have the first Golden Nonce chip, we began testing it —sending the first current through the 28nm chip to see how it performs. So far, things are looking very good. HashFast co-founder and CTO Simon Barber to give us the play-by-play of the first tests.

Over the next few days, the HashFast engineering team will be working intensely as they subject the GN to more tests. As we’re able to get them to break and give us an update, we’ll let you know how it’s going.

Simon will also be tweeting on the HashFast account — if you’re interested in seeing the results as the they come, follow us @HashFast on Twitter.

Hooray!

There is light at the end of the tunnel.  All you concern trolls, disgruntled obsessives, and misc haters can now stop worrying.

PCBs are fast and easy to make.  They have these newfangled things called "robots" that can populate a PCB with components in seconds.

http://i.imgur.com/x95kGwG.jpg


Sorry, I can't enjoy my champagne. first I have to know if the will also deliver the 4 extra modules along with the initial shipment to make their customers (investors) happy and in a good mood to come back and by more from HF.

+10 man !

You both know the number of chips initially available is limited and all of them are spoken for.

And yet, you both persist in your delusion that HashFast can magically create 400% more chips than actually exist right now.

Such wishful thinking is childish.  Your pony will arrive soon.  You don't need to complain that anything less than 5 ponies is unacceptable.

 Huh  How do you expect HashFast to provide everyone with 400% more chips than actually exit?   Huh

Neither of you have a good answer to that question, but that won't stop you from pouting like spoiled, entitled brats.   Cheesy


Visesrion, it's obvious you don't know enough about EE to follow (IE comprehend) HashFast's technical updates.

Let me translate for you: The PCB is done, but the chip is still being brought up to full speed in the test bed.


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