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February 17, 2014, 04:10:49 AM
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Thanks for the update Wink can we see prof miner will be delivered tomorrow :?)

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February 17, 2014, 05:10:44 PM
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Order #9175 made on August 25, 2013. Order status: processing.


what up waldo ~ I just called cointerra and they said this order number does not come up, She said Orders DO NOT Go that high "9175" Huh

Please let us know whats going on Huh

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February 18, 2014, 06:24:23 PM
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Alright everyone.

So it took me about an hour or so to get these guys actually up and running.

Out of the box they weren't turning on for whatever reason but later was able to get both machines to boot and recognize both boards on each machine after a few tips on powering them up.

These guys are eating a TON of electricity ~2900W EACH- and I have not seen either miner hash over 1.5TH/s. And these guys are LOUD. Like hair dryers on full blast-loud.

I have been working with Luke from Cointerra as of yesterday to solve the problems - he currently has our Log files for both miners and has his team analyzing the numbers.

Looking at the stats this morning- it looks like the boards on the TerraMiners are dying/turning off - I have restarted the miners to which it looks like they pick up.. but obviously something is wrong/not set correctly.

I've been adjusting any settings that are available to little luck.. but this is somewhat expected on a brand new machine with it's first firmware.

I will be working all this week with Cointerra to tweak/maximize our results from these TerraMiners - hopefully new firmwares roll out and CT are able to get us the #s we want.

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Awesome!!

I wouldn't worry about the issues too much.  At least not yet.  When I first received my Avalon (batch 2), I was only managing to get it to ~60 GH\s, and I was having a lot of trouble keeping it cool even at that point.  Over the course of a few weeks, and without ANY physical changes (no new fans, didn't add any thermal paste), I eventually got it to where it is still sitting today, which is ~77-80 GH\s, and no heating problems at all.  I helped reproduce the same results for a friend who had 10 of the machines.

I'm not sure how these are setup, but just keep tweaking the settings, and you should get them there.

On a side note, are they using cgminer?  If so, make sure they have the latest version, and watch for updates (true of any mining program I guess).  The biggest jump in performance for mine was between versions of cgminer, as it became more optimized for specific ASICs.

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February 22, 2014, 03:26:58 AM
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These guys are eating a TON of electricity ~2900W EACH- and I have not seen either miner hash over 1.5TH/s. And these guys are LOUD. Like hair dryers on full blast-loud.

I have been working with Luke from Cointerra as of yesterday to solve the problems - he currently has our Log files for both miners and has his team analyzing the numbers.


"CoinTerra was hoping that its TerraMiner IV rigs would hit 2TH/s, but production units are actually running at 1.63TH/s to 1.72TH/s. The power draw is between 1900W and 2100W, substantially higher than the 1650W the company predicted.

In other words, the rigs are about 20% slower and consume 20% more power than promised."

http://www.coindesk.com/cointerra-performance-issues-security-breach/


It seems the power consumption should be more less around 2kW.
Anyway, I thought Cointerra repeat KNC success: hashrate over 2T
Now I think it's impossible with future software releases...

                                 
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February 22, 2014, 12:30:35 PM
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It's seems you missed an important part of the article:
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All customers who ordered the first batch of TerraMiner IV units, scheduled to ship in December, will now receive a second rig, free of charge.
waldohoover, has Cointerra confirmed this?
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It's seems you missed an important part of the article:
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All customers who ordered the first batch of TerraMiner IV units, scheduled to ship in December, will now receive a second rig, free of charge.
waldohoover, has Cointerra confirmed this?


It seems you have missed part of this thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=277836.msg4230867#msg4230867
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=277836.msg4814267#msg4814267

and this: "will receive" (i.e. March batch)

                                 
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Sorry, I guess I forgot that Cheesy
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Sorry, I guess I forgot that Cheesy

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Very excited.  Anybody know when in march will the second miner be coming?
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February 25, 2014, 06:49:08 PM
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Cool! Finally!
How come the fees are BTC0.5 on BTC1.305  ??

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February 26, 2014, 12:32:28 AM
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Cool! Finally!
How come the fees are BTC0.5 on BTC1.305  ??

wow Huh  Tongue we just got the things and your feees are WTWhat ? .5btc wow

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February 26, 2014, 09:09:31 PM
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Cool! Finally!
How come the fees are BTC0.5 on BTC1.305  ??

wow Huh  Tongue we just got the things and your feees are WTWhat ? .5btc wow

I think this has to be a mistake, as the fee is suppose to be 3%.  If the fee is suppose to be 3% + electricity on top of that, then 0.04-0.05 would be the correct area for fees (depending on electricity costs, and how much cooling is needed).  It looks like a decimal is in the wrong spot somewhere.

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February 26, 2014, 11:57:48 PM
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Cool! Finally!
How come the fees are BTC0.5 on BTC1.305  ??

wow Huh  Tongue we just got the things and your feees are WTWhat ? .5btc wow

I think this has to be a mistake, as the fee is suppose to be 3%.  If the fee is suppose to be 3% + electricity on top of that, then 0.04-0.05 would be the correct area for fees (depending on electricity costs, and how much cooling is needed).  It looks like a decimal is in the wrong spot somewhere.
I am just guessing, but it might be for his time, or a part we need to get mining.  I am sure he will tell us.
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February 27, 2014, 03:52:02 AM
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Cool! Finally!
How come the fees are BTC0.5 on BTC1.305  ??

wow Huh  Tongue we just got the things and your feees are WTWhat ? .5btc wow

I think this has to be a mistake, as the fee is suppose to be 3%.  If the fee is suppose to be 3% + electricity on top of that, then 0.04-0.05 would be the correct area for fees (depending on electricity costs, and how much cooling is needed).  It looks like a decimal is in the wrong spot somewhere.
I am just guessing, but it might be for his time, or a part we need to get mining.  I am sure he will tell us.

Yeah.  Waldo has always been pretty straightforward, so I am sure he will.

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So at ~2900W 24/7 @ 31cents kw we're at about ~$620/month just to power 1 TerraMiner.

So each bi-weekly payout, each miner will have a ~$300 fee (Again, this is literally what is required to power the unit each month). *Note this comes out to about a 5/6% fee instead of the original 3%.


BTC0.5 out of BTC1.305 is not a 5/6% fee, it's a 36% fee.
And it says here it's ~$300 for 2 weeks, and the miner was working for one week so that should be ~$150, not $280

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February 27, 2014, 06:02:04 PM
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So at ~2900W 24/7 @ 31cents kw we're at about ~$620/month just to power 1 TerraMiner.

So each bi-weekly payout, each miner will have a ~$300 fee (Again, this is literally what is required to power the unit each month). *Note this comes out to about a 5/6% fee instead of the original 3%.


BTC0.5 out of BTC1.305 is not a 5/6% fee, it's a 36% fee.
And it says here it's ~$300 for 2 weeks, and the miner was working for one week so that should be ~$150, not $280


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February 27, 2014, 07:07:44 PM
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Not Cool.
Also I paid BTC4.5 for 50GH of mining, NOT for a percentage of the unit. (Yes i paid the original asking price of BTC4.5 before you dropped the price) I paid for 50GH with a 3% fee and I'm getting 40GH/s at 10x the advertised fee.....

If the difficulty goes up at the current rate and if BTC/USD goes down much more are you going to ask us to pay you for the electricity bill?
Can you provide proof you pay 31 cents per kw/h? Seems expensive.
ref.1 http://www.eia.gov/electricity/monthly/epm_table_grapher.cfm?t=epmt_5_6_a
ref.2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_pricing#Price_comparison

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