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Author Topic: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s  (Read 864196 times)
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January 24, 2014, 09:37:26 PM
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Something like 390W for 420GH is the number that was reported.

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January 24, 2014, 09:40:37 PM
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Everyone was complaining that Hashfast wasn't telling us the hashrate and wattage of the rigs. Now there are a number of people who have them and I have asked what those numbers are (wattage at specific hashrate) and no one seems to be able to answer.

This is usually the first thing reported when new hardware hits consumers hands.

Please, someone, take a second and check it.

Looks pretty close to 1W per GH/s.

I have a mFi power strip so I don't know how accurate it is compared to a kil-a-watt but it says that the miner is drawing 497/498 watts overclocked to 500Gh (650 mhz core clock).

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January 24, 2014, 09:42:49 PM
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Everyone was complaining that Hashfast wasn't telling us the hashrate and wattage of the rigs. Now there are a number of people who have them and I have asked what those numbers are (wattage at specific hashrate) and no one seems to be able to answer.

This is usually the first thing reported when new hardware hits consumers hands.

Please, someone, take a second and check it.

Yeah, this is kind of ridiculous.

But don't worry. I'm going to pick up my BJ tonight from FedEx (HashFast shipped it to the wrong address), and once I do, I'm going to measure the power consumption right away at a variety of speeds and I'll post it here.
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January 24, 2014, 10:02:38 PM
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I got a call from HashFast yesterday saying that my BJ was shipped out by FedEx the day before (Wednesday night).

They said they'd send me the tracking number by e-mail shortly.
It's now a day later and no tracking number, and no BJ.  

I have no idea what is going on. Has anyone else had this happen?

I am in the same situation... but I have a tracking number, so at least I have some visibility into the machines progress.
One of my units was shipped out Wednesday night with Priority Overnight Delivery.
But... it was picked up at 6:15PM which is after their overnight deliver deadline.  
That being said.. it was scheduled for delivery today before 10:30AM.  
However, it was still 2 states away at 9:30AM so... I am still waiting.  Even though that state is in the midwest, the Fedex site said something about delays on the east coast.

Anyway, right now it is on a truck out for delivery... so... I imagine in the next couple of hours it will show up at my door... but boy am I feeling jinxed.

I bet that is what is going on for me too.

But it seems like HashFast might have shipped it to the wrong address!! Looking at my original invoice I see that I had different billing and shipping addresses. But looking at a later invoice it seems like they are shipping to my billing address!! I'm pretty angry right now. I don't even know where the BJ is going as I don't even have a tracking number!


Mine just arrived.  Took about 10 minutes to check that it was okay and to get started mining (box was beaten a bit, but seems to mining fine).

For me setup was:
1) Plug in raspberry pi's power and network (separate box)
2) Plug in the BJ1 powersupply and plug in mini-USB external BJ1 socket to the Pi.

Ahh.... that was it.  It grabbed a dhcp address from my router, and started mining at the default address. I will let it finish off the tonal minimum and then put in my p
The box was pretty banged up by Fedex, but it seems to be okay inside.
It was not double boxed, but there was a decent amount of styrofoam.

The hardest part was realizing that the Pi is meant to be run outside the BJ1 and the BJ1 just connects to it via the external USB cable.

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January 24, 2014, 10:15:53 PM
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Something like 390W for 420GH is the number that was reported.

Thank you and thanks to the guy thats going to post his wattage at different hashrates. Thats going to be very good information.
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January 24, 2014, 10:45:47 PM
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400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

That assumes a perpetual exponential rise in difficulty of about 80%, which isn't sustainable. E.g. by the end of the year, ASIC companies would have to ship 5000ph of mining power per month, or the equivalent of 4 million KNC Neptunes.

There isn't another leapfrog in technology available like there was from GPU to ASIC.
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January 25, 2014, 12:08:42 AM
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I would like to think that hashfast would have been smart and like they said have the best interest for their customers by just shipping the MPP right away with the units but instead we will basically end up waiting another probably 90days for the MPP to ship

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January 25, 2014, 12:35:43 AM
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400 GH will probably only earn around 5 BTC mining nonstop from now until it is no longer viable.

That assumes a perpetual exponential rise in difficulty of about 80%, which isn't sustainable. E.g. by the end of the year, ASIC companies would have to ship 5000ph of mining power per month, or the equivalent of 4 million KNC Neptunes.

There isn't another leapfrog in technology available like there was from GPU to ASIC.

Never doubt that the mining community will find a way.

I would suggest the future is going to be hosted mining farms. With end users having to pay for pre-purchased slots for computing power.

The next gold rush are miners who have colocation contracts that can handle at least 25 miners. The pre-purchased slots (like version 2 of Pre-Order schemes) will pay for the entire farm long before it pays for the slot.

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January 25, 2014, 01:14:13 AM
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Seems like it would be more efficient to just buy Bitcoin than rent an asic farm.

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January 25, 2014, 01:49:41 AM
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Seems like it would be more efficient to just buy Bitcoin than rent an asic farm.

Always was (since Avalon batch #1), always will be.
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January 25, 2014, 02:49:29 AM
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I just got tracking. It is Priority Overnight.

Shipped today at 5pm. Expected delivery on Monday before 10:30AM.

Is this what Fedex calls Overnight? 4 days?


 
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January 25, 2014, 02:57:43 AM
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I just got tracking. It is Priority Overnight.

Shipped today at 5pm. Expected delivery on Monday before 10:30AM.

Is this what Fedex calls Overnight? 4 days?

It's the weekend bro! FedEx has their regularly scheduled soccer match (with your boxes) on the weekend. Give them a break Tongue


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January 25, 2014, 03:00:41 AM
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I just got tracking. It is Priority Overnight.

Shipped today at 5pm. Expected delivery on Monday before 10:30AM.

Is this what Fedex calls Overnight? 4 days?

Yeah... I noticed that it said "Deliver Weekday, Residential Delivery, Direct Signature Required" on my tracking.
It was supposed to arrive today before 10:30, but it didn't actually make it to my door until 2PM (left hashfast in California wednesday).
That "deliver weekday" seems that they can realistically only ship Monday through AM Thursday.
The box was moderately, beat up... but there was some pretty hefty styrofoam in the corners, and it is mining steadily at about 420GH/s reported in minepeon, 380GH/s at eligius.

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January 25, 2014, 03:05:41 AM
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Man WTF. I paid for the most expensive shipping when I bought the BJ's.. I think it was UPS Overnight AM. Wtf.. 4 days.

I bet they're not even gonna refund me the extra shipping I paid for..


 
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January 25, 2014, 03:23:53 AM
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Man WTF. I paid for the most expensive shipping when I bought the BJ's.. I think it was UPS Overnight AM. Wtf.. 4 days.

I bet they're not even gonna refund me the extra shipping I paid for..

LOL @ refunding the extra you paid for your shipping.

I still don't understand why more people aren't suing these guys.
I guess they'll just get away with it and laugh it out like BFL did.


BTW, Ninjarobot, did you get that call about the MPP today as promised?
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January 25, 2014, 03:39:24 AM
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Man WTF. I paid for the most expensive shipping when I bought the BJ's.. I think it was UPS Overnight AM. Wtf.. 4 days.

I bet they're not even gonna refund me the extra shipping I paid for..
They will, just bring it up.

UPS Overnight AM is next day. Not in 4 days. There is definetly an error. Make sure to get a bit of coin back.

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January 25, 2014, 04:16:10 AM
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So still no word on mpp?


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January 25, 2014, 04:28:56 AM
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BTW, Ninjarobot, did you get that call about the MPP today as promised?

Nope.
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January 25, 2014, 04:52:17 AM
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I am sorry. But I just don't see them shipping us MPP. HashFast has taken bets on us and failed. Except instead of them paying the price, we do.

Just don't see it happening. I also doubt we get our upgrades within a month.


 
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January 25, 2014, 06:07:42 AM
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This should be a lesson for all of us, always good to be truth. The only thing  that Hashfast can do is cash fast your money like hash. fcking pre-orders.


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