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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 875472 times)
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August 12, 2013, 01:22:32 AM
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No one would believe that a "real" girl was hanging out in the custom hardware section of bitcoin talk forums
What are these "girls" of which you speak?
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August 12, 2013, 01:23:22 AM
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I personally have no real issue with either one of them except they chose to blow each other in the thread instead of in PMs.
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August 12, 2013, 01:42:24 AM
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i'm not an employee of the company nor do i represent them.  thus, i can deal with guys like you anyway i want.  

I am pleased to announce that I have been selected as a paid sponsor for HashFast Technologies LLC.  I have also been asked to join their Board of Advisors.

Do you or do you not represent them as a paid sponsor? You have a way of twisting truths.



i am a paid sponsor/endorser. 

they don't tell me what to say and i certainly don't have to take flack from guys like you.
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August 12, 2013, 01:45:18 AM
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whats the point of being a paid sponsor? that sounds pretty stupid to me.
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August 12, 2013, 01:48:02 AM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill, reading this bickering is annoying and totally inconducive to the real questions being asked here, which is the purpose of this thread. Take your accusations to the Scam Accusations board.


Anyways, what can we expect in the power department, any special preparations we need before delivery we should take note of? Will I need to call an electrician to run dedicated lines to the rig?

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August 12, 2013, 01:54:41 AM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill, reading this bickering is annoying and totally inconducive to the real questions being asked here, which is the purpose of this thread. Take your accusations to the Scam Accusations board.


Anyways, what can we expect in the power department, any special preparations we need before delivery we should take note of? Will I need to call an electrician to run dedicated lines to the rig?

no.  4-5 Babyjets per residential household outlet.  even more if you don't OC it.
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August 12, 2013, 01:55:33 AM
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oh a shill. i get it. useless.
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August 12, 2013, 01:59:02 AM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill, reading this bickering is annoying and totally inconducive to the real questions being asked here, which is the purpose of this thread. Take your accusations to the Scam Accusations board.


Anyways, what can we expect in the power department, any special preparations we need before delivery we should take note of? Will I need to call an electrician to run dedicated lines to the rig?

no.  4-5 Babyjets per residential household outlet.  even more if you don't OC it.

of course you can't have anything else on the same circuit which may cover multiple outlets.  but then again, no one is recommending household use.
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August 12, 2013, 02:01:47 AM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill...

Can we just split the difference & say "admitted shill"?  Deal?
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August 12, 2013, 02:08:35 AM
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whats the point of being a paid sponsor? that sounds pretty stupid to me.


BTCitcointalk 1%ers manipulate the currency and deceive its user community.
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August 12, 2013, 02:11:08 AM
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whats the point of being a paid sponsor? that sounds pretty stupid to me.



Unsurprisingly he's earned that exact same response twice for his sponsored efforts.

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August 12, 2013, 02:44:42 AM
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whats the point of being a paid sponsor? that sounds pretty stupid to me.



really? this is a stupid question?

just seems like a pathetic thing to do.
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August 12, 2013, 03:31:51 AM
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whats the point of being a paid sponsor? that sounds pretty stupid to me.
Well, I'm stupid enough, and it's late enough, for me to venture an answer.

These forums are fever swamps.  They're treacherous, full of pitfalls, wild and feral animals, and the inexperienced can easily find themselves unwittingly up to their neck in the infested waters, their feet stuck in quicksand, simply by misspeaking.

To find someone who understands the byways, is respected by some of the more ferocious of the potential hazards, and has a genuine high opinion of a product is worth a lot to a new vendor.  He's the tip of the marketing spear.  

If he discloses that relationship, and can still retain his identify with, and empathy for, the community, he's worth something to the community as well.

That's just my opinion, of course.  
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August 12, 2013, 03:49:34 AM
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I'll take it one step farther.

There are going to be haters with personal motives for new entrants to fail due to the zero-sum game of mining hardware.

If HF can arrange for someone with a tough hide and knows the forum landscape to be the pin cushion/arrow target that deflects/mitigates the harsh criticism of the product and the negativity, then that is something that is valuable to the company.  Frankly, I wouldn't want that job, but hats off to Cypherdoc for standing up for it.  Wrestling pigs in the mud just isn't my idea of a fun time.  

Since he really believes in the product, has a sizable hardware investment with the company, and has some NDA insight I am sure, it must make the role as a believer easier.

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August 12, 2013, 04:36:34 PM
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HashFast,

When are you going to release some more information about the product? e.g. real product photo's etc

Looking forward to see some of the real deal!

~ Luc
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August 13, 2013, 05:53:17 PM
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Should probably offer cheap hosting solution as well.


There are group would be customers who would rather not deal with maintenance and import tax/custom duty.

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August 13, 2013, 08:40:06 PM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill, reading this bickering is annoying and totally inconducive to the real questions being asked here, which is the purpose of this thread. Take your accusations to the Scam Accusations board.


Anyways, what can we expect in the power department, any special preparations we need before delivery we should take note of? Will I need to call an electrician to run dedicated lines to the rig?

no.  4-5 Babyjets per residential household outlet.  even more if you don't OC it.

Well, I was wondering about the denser 2TH rigs they probably will roll out later. 5 chips in one case would  approach normal outlet limits, correct? I'm trying to balance my concerns of space and outlet limits, while maximizing hash rate. I prefer not to 20 individual boxes strewn around the house, and would rather have 4-5 rigs that are easier to keep my eye on.

Preferably, whatever configuration that would best balance typical outlet loads and hash rate would make me happy. If that means 5x 4 chips overclocked per rig on one outlet I need to know, if that's a greater cumulative hash rate than what 4x 5 normally clocked chips per rig on one outlet can do (assuming it's limited by outlet power draw).

my electricity cost is not so much the concern, but the maximization of a balance of hash rate and power draw per outlet whilst minimizing space  usage is my goal.

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August 13, 2013, 09:00:52 PM
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Disclosed paid representative =/= shill, reading this bickering is annoying and totally inconducive to the real questions being asked here, which is the purpose of this thread. Take your accusations to the Scam Accusations board.


Anyways, what can we expect in the power department, any special preparations we need before delivery we should take note of? Will I need to call an electrician to run dedicated lines to the rig?

no.  4-5 Babyjets per residential household outlet.  even more if you don't OC it.

Well, I was wondering about the denser 2TH rigs they probably will roll out later. 5 chips in one case would  approach normal outlet limits, correct? I'm trying to balance my concerns of space and outlet limits, while maximizing hash rate. I prefer not to 20 individual boxes strewn around the house, and would rather have 4-5 rigs that are easier to keep my eye on.

Preferably, whatever configuration that would best balance typical outlet loads and hash rate would make me happy. If that means 5x 4 chips overclocked per rig on one outlet I need to know, if that's a greater cumulative hash rate than what 4x 5 normally clocked chips per rig on one outlet can do (assuming it's limited by outlet power draw).

my electricity cost is not so much the concern, but the maximization of a balance of hash rate and power draw per outlet whilst minimizing space  usage is my goal.

the 350W power draw listed on the site is the OC'd draw.  the nominal draw is 250W, i think.  normal household outlet is 15A x 120V = 1800W.  assuming the 350W, that would be where i got the 4-5 rig number from.  5 would be pushing it as normally you might want to be 10-20% below the max.  this also assumes nothing else on the circuit elsewhere nearby.

the big puppy apparently can't be OC'd but i have much less info on that one.
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August 13, 2013, 09:16:12 PM
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You live in an underpowered country.  Grin
Here 16A x 240V = 3840W per circuit is the norm.

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August 13, 2013, 09:17:03 PM
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You live in an underpowered country.  Grin
Here 16A x 240V = 3840W per outlet is the norm.

kettles boil water so much faster in 240v countries.....sigh.
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