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November 19, 2013, 11:20:01 AM
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Are these now in stock and ready to roll?

Can you do somthing about P&P? Works out at about 30Euros which seems a lot to the UK



Nice photo from assembly appear in gallery Smiley


Unit was sent and will be delivered to our warehouse on Monday.

We will post some news about promotion, hubs, software support, payment and delivery option early next week.

Have a nice weekend everyone!  Wink

Any idea when this information will be avalabule?

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November 20, 2013, 05:23:06 PM
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Can you confirm you are shipping today?
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November 20, 2013, 06:28:09 PM
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510 usd on ebay!!

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November 20, 2013, 06:29:59 PM
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Is this open for orders? I'd like between 10 and 20 units, if possible.
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November 20, 2013, 10:59:10 PM
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http://store.bitcoin.org.pl/

187 euros from their website
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November 21, 2013, 02:36:55 AM
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Well, I just bought one off the website.  I wanted to get my hands on one and the prices these things are going for on ebay are insane. 

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November 21, 2013, 02:57:36 AM
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I was going to get 20 for my Anker hubs, but after researching it appears that each hub will only support up to 6?  Anyway, I got enough for 5 for each hub, just in case.  It seems like these will be profitable in the very long run...

When do orders placed today get shipped?
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November 21, 2013, 10:28:42 AM
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Just be wary, these things are thirsty for power. Mine stopped working when I moved it around to a different USB outlet on my pc till I realised it was because it was sharing the same power line as the bpmc redfury I had. Putting them on separate usb hubs even directly on the pc made a difference...

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November 21, 2013, 11:10:44 AM
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Just be wary, these things are thirsty for power. Mine stopped working when I moved it around to a different USB outlet on my pc till I realised it was because it was sharing the same power line as the bpmc redfury I had. Putting them on separate usb hubs even directly on the pc made a difference...

Original RedFury.  BMPC = Dead or Non-existent.

How is that RedFury in comparison to the BiFury? Guessing both pretty stable USB miners eh?

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November 21, 2013, 11:13:11 AM
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Just be wary, these things are thirsty for power. Mine stopped working when I moved it around to a different USB outlet on my pc till I realised it was because it was sharing the same power line as the bpmc redfury I had. Putting them on separate usb hubs even directly on the pc made a difference...

Original RedFury.  BMPC = Dead or Non-existent.

How is that RedFury in comparison to the BiFury? Guessing both pretty stable USB miners eh?
They both just keep on hashing without any issues whatsoever. One is warm and 2.3GH, the other is 5.3GH, dangerously fucking hot and needs serious cooling.

EDIT: But it was an engineering sample and I have absolutely no idea how representative it will be of the released hardware!

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November 21, 2013, 12:20:22 PM
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Just be wary, these things are thirsty for power. Mine stopped working when I moved it around to a different USB outlet on my pc till I realised it was because it was sharing the same power line as the bpmc redfury I had. Putting them on separate usb hubs even directly on the pc made a difference...

Original RedFury.  BMPC = Dead or Non-existent.

How is that RedFury in comparison to the BiFury? Guessing both pretty stable USB miners eh?
They both just keep on hashing without any issues whatsoever. One is warm and 2.3GH, the other is 5.3GH, dangerously fucking hot and needs serious cooling.

EDIT: But it was an engineering sample and I have absolutely no idea how representative it will be of the released hardware!

LOL did you burn yourself?

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November 21, 2013, 12:59:26 PM
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Just be wary, these things are thirsty for power. Mine stopped working when I moved it around to a different USB outlet on my pc till I realised it was because it was sharing the same power line as the bpmc redfury I had. Putting them on separate usb hubs even directly on the pc made a difference...

Original RedFury.  BMPC = Dead or Non-existent.

How is that RedFury in comparison to the BiFury? Guessing both pretty stable USB miners eh?
They both just keep on hashing without any issues whatsoever. One is warm and 2.3GH, the other is 5.3GH, dangerously fucking hot and needs serious cooling.

EDIT: But it was an engineering sample and I have absolutely no idea how representative it will be of the released hardware!

Temperatures above 50 oC can feel painfull for humans,
but are ok for electronics:) Did you take the actual
temperature?

And a little fan can do a lot as I found out with my Block Erupters:



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November 21, 2013, 01:22:01 PM
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Code:
BXF 1: 52.2C          | 5.333G/5.322Gh/s | A: 328162 R:  330 HW:   201 WU:  74.4/m
These have temperature sensors, and that's with an 80mm fan pointing at it. Without the fan it gets to over 90 degrees and then I pull it out with gloves on for fear of it melting. This engineering sample doesn't shut off even after I close cgminer so it just keeps getting hotter unless I pull it out.


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November 21, 2013, 01:34:09 PM
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Code:
BXF 1: 52.2C          | 5.333G/5.322Gh/s | A: 328162 R:  330 HW:   201 WU:  74.4/m
These have temperature sensors, and that's with an 80mm fan pointing at it. Without the fan it gets to over 90 degrees and then I pull it out with gloves on for fear of it melting. This engineering sample doesn't shut off even after I close cgminer so it just keeps getting hotter unless I pull it out.





How the designer of the Red/BlueFury cools his down.

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November 21, 2013, 01:49:56 PM
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Code:
BXF 1: 52.2C          | 5.333G/5.322Gh/s | A: 328162 R:  330 HW:   201 WU:  74.4/m
These have temperature sensors, and that's with an 80mm fan pointing at it. Without the fan it gets to over 90 degrees and then I pull it out with gloves on for fear of it melting. This engineering sample doesn't shut off even after I close cgminer so it just keeps getting hotter unless I pull it out.


When you touch it with a wet finger and you hear a
hissing sound, you know it's >= 100 oC:)

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November 21, 2013, 02:07:38 PM
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When you touch it with a wet finger and you hear a
hissing sound, you know it's >= 100 oC:)

Or if you touch it with a dry finger and you hear a hissing sound....

Anyway, I'm working on some auto protect feature for the Bi•Fury firmware that shuts down the ASICs when they get too hot.

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November 21, 2013, 02:10:18 PM
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Code:
BXF 1: 52.2C          | 5.333G/5.322Gh/s | A: 328162 R:  330 HW:   201 WU:  74.4/m
These have temperature sensors, and that's with an 80mm fan pointing at it. Without the fan it gets to over 90 degrees and then I pull it out with gloves on for fear of it melting. This engineering sample doesn't shut off even after I close cgminer so it just keeps getting hotter unless I pull it out.





How the designer of the Red/BlueFury cools his down.

Does he really do that? I might buy one off of the store right now and test that out.
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November 21, 2013, 02:14:36 PM
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When you touch it with a wet finger and you hear a
hissing sound, you know it's >= 100 oC:)

Or if you touch it with a dry finger and you hear a hissing sound....

Smiley But then you lack the protective water film
between the hot surface and your finger. You
most likely will do this only once:)

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November 21, 2013, 02:48:33 PM
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Code:
BXF 1: 52.2C          | 5.333G/5.322Gh/s | A: 328162 R:  330 HW:   201 WU:  74.4/m
These have temperature sensors, and that's with an 80mm fan pointing at it. Without the fan it gets to over 90 degrees and then I pull it out with gloves on for fear of it melting. This engineering sample doesn't shut off even after I close cgminer so it just keeps getting hotter unless I pull it out.





How the designer of the Red/BlueFury cools his down.

Does he really do that? I might buy one off of the store right now and test that out.

Ya, he did I think he was messing about with his units for fun trying to get more HASH out of em or something... pretty extreme way to play with it I guess there was no dry ice around. They make cool ice cubes for drinks I told him.

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November 21, 2013, 02:57:32 PM
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Has anyone received some of them, yet?
Will they be delivered with a heatsink and do they run with current versions of bfgminer/cgminer?
I am interested in ordering a few...
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