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December 05, 2013, 09:32:43 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.
Actually, in that ambiguous and useless statement the word anticipated is actually a good thing. Although I'm sure they didn't mean it this way, it still leaves open the possibility of before Jan 31.
The more accurate wording they probably should have used would be the wonderfully open ended "delivery of MPP is after 31 January"
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December 05, 2013, 09:38:18 PM
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Sorry Icebreaker, but long time ago HF claimed that they have already ordered and paid the 2nd batch and MPP chips, so now 2 months after that I think they got plenty of time to get the chips.
Apart from that, why they refuse from day 1 to change (by paying the difference at that time) a BJ order into a Sierra one ?
Why the hell you offer a BJ range product if you are thinking on offering a product with x3 hashing power one month later at the same price ? Now with the delay that gap will be nothing

And about the chip or pcb, until I see the chip mining on a video I do not care what they write down. Sorry but if I were at the front of a company with so much money invested by the customers, I will take the mobile or any electronic gadget around and make lot of videos and pictures even it was a tiny update, specially if you are already 1 month late and making them lose money each day

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December 05, 2013, 09:49:29 PM
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lulz

"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?"


are they REALLY going to ship this into your hands this month?


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December 05, 2013, 10:18:14 PM
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"Perhaps this was due to CLK floating then, and not since?"
Adding mo LOL to the lulz, here.

Better hope you get a "non-floating CLK" unit.

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December 05, 2013, 10:50:11 PM
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Twitter Updates:
"GN chip bringup - Both the temperature and voltage sensors have now been shown to work!"
"GN chip bringup - PLL is working! Bypassed, 25 Mhz clock - 3.51 amps. PLL in use, 25 Mhz ref, 32 Mhz hash clock - 4.40 amps per die."

PLL... whaa?

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December 05, 2013, 11:30:38 PM
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Twitter Updates:
"GN chip bringup - Both the temperature and voltage sensors have now been shown to work!"
"GN chip bringup - PLL is working! Bypassed, 25 Mhz clock - 3.51 amps. PLL in use, 25 Mhz ref, 32 Mhz hash clock - 4.40 amps per die."

PLL... whaa?

External Clock of 25MHz with no PLL scaling = 3.51A
External Clock of 25MHz with PLL scaling to 32MHz = 4.40A

Think of PLL as a definable clock multiplier.
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December 06, 2013, 02:58:28 AM
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The chips are alright!

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GN chip bringup - Both the temperature and voltage sensors have now been shown to work!

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December 06, 2013, 03:08:49 AM
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^ Is the community liaison someone that doesn't know the difference between a sensor and a chip? Huh

Edit - I am sure the customers will feel relieved to know the sensors work but what about those chips and the delivery date(s)?  Grin
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December 06, 2013, 03:10:24 AM
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The chips are alright!

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GN chip bringup - Both the temperature and voltage sensors have now been shown to work!

Clock is ticking. Every batch 1 customer not delivered on 31/12/2013 will be entitled for a BTC refund.

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December 06, 2013, 03:48:38 AM
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Does anyone have a good accurate estimate about the expected ROI of batch 1 customers if they deliver in mid december? It's something like -90% right?

It depends on which device you are talking about, how much you paid for it, what you think the next few difficulty adjustments will be and how far out you're projecting the horizon.

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December 06, 2013, 04:16:39 AM
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Does anyone have a good accurate estimate about the expected ROI of batch 1 customers if they deliver in mid december? It's something like -90% right?

in BTC about -60% to -70% with 4 extra modules to be delivered mid of February (assume paid 50 BTC make back 10 BTC with 1 module until end of January and expect to make back 5 - 10 BTC back with 4 extra modules starting with mid of February - have the Difficulty jumps in mind if the competitors start to deliver early next year)

assume to expect the intial delivery of them just before christmas. it's more realistic.
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December 06, 2013, 04:17:18 AM
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Does anyone have a good accurate estimate about the expected ROI of batch 1 customers if they deliver in mid december? It's something like -90% right?

It depends on which device you are talking about, how much you paid for it, what you think the next few difficulty adjustments will be and how far out you're projecting the horizon.

Or you could have just said "I don't know".
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Does anyone have a good accurate estimate about the expected ROI of batch 1 customers if they deliver in mid december? It's something like -90% right?

It depends on which device you are talking about, how much you paid for it, what you think the next few difficulty adjustments will be and how far out you're projecting the horizon.

Or you could have just said "I don't know".

That doesn't even make sense as a response. You need to make assumptions to have an accurate estimate. I have my assumptions and I do have my personal ROI calculation. If you disagree with my assumptions, then you'll have a different estimate. Neither of us "don't know", we disagree on the assumptions. Asking questions liike "what's the ROI" does not have an absolute truth. You should know this.

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December 06, 2013, 05:11:00 AM
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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

They haven't actually gotten the chip working at full speed yet.  I believe they got it hashing at it's lowest possible speed and then had trouble getting the temp sensor working which they needed to work out before increasing speed to avoid burning up the chip.

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December 06, 2013, 05:59:23 AM
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Better hope you get a "non-floating CLK" unit.

I bet you don't even know what that means.
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Better hope you get a "non-floating CLK" unit.

I bet you don't even know what that means.
Quick, someone say something about "clock buffers" now.

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Clock is ticking. Every batch 1 customer not delivered on 31/12/2013 will be entitled for a BTC refund.

They said you will get BTC back if you paid in BTC but they never said it would be the same amount.   Instead of sending you back a check of the $$ price of the miner, you would just get that same value back in BTC.   They will just say they exchanged it all to $$ and now to refund they will exchange same amount of $$$ to BTC and send it to you

go get a pitchfork or two

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Better hope you get a "non-floating CLK" unit.

I bet you don't even know what that means.
Quick, someone say something about "clock buffers" now.

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December 06, 2013, 10:50:18 AM
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Something tells me that when CT will receive their chips they won't spend days twitting useless updates.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=359084.0
(something like 30 pics of CT staff and prototype in that link).

A few things to note on the CT vs HF rackmount unit:
-CT is using server PSU, designed to be in a server with the correct airflow and for this reason have a lot of free space in the rest of the case that seems to be used in an intelligent way. So much for john@amsterdam conference: "We are going to make the sierra units 4U (from the 2U design) because server PSU are expensive, you know".
-CT is not putting the radiator in front of the server, as HF is doing. In HF's way the boards will have to trough an airflow of warm (if not hot) air. That is just plain stupid, HF. Move the PSU to the front of the server and the radiators to the back, please.

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December 06, 2013, 10:53:27 AM
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Clock is ticking. Every batch 1 customer not delivered on 31/12/2013 will be entitled for a BTC refund.

They said you will get BTC back if you paid in BTC but they never said it would be the same amount.   Instead of sending you back a check of the $$ price of the miner, you would just get that same value back in BTC.   They will just say they exchanged it all to $$ and now to refund they will exchange same amount of $$$ to BTC and send it to you

go get a pitchfork or two

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