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December 22, 2013, 09:53:52 PM
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First of all, our main product is on a Christmas sale! - Yes, the price has dropped significantly.
If I buy 10 BiFury devices at $2999, I'll have ~50GH/s.
If I buy 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499, I'll have ~100GH/s.
If I buy 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808, I'll have ~180GH/s.
$200 -$500 cheaper and two to three times the speed.  I just don't see any advantage in buying these compared to other devices currently available.  Am I missing something?
No you don't! But the question is: do you know a place where we can BUY NOW 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499 or 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808 ?
Thanks!

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December 23, 2013, 09:39:22 AM
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First of all, our main product is on a Christmas sale! - Yes, the price has dropped significantly.

According to Sushi and a few others around here, BitCoinTalk members are only 1/3 as moronic as Ebay buyers.  While Ebay morons would be happy to pay $322 for 5GH/s, the moron here only want to pay 1/3 that price.  Honestly even $120 each would be my limit at this difficulty and BTC price.  $64 per GH is still way too high.

If I buy 10 BiFury devices at $2999, I'll have ~50GH/s.
If I buy 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499, I'll have ~100GH/s.
If I buy 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808, I'll have ~180GH/s.

$200 -$500 cheaper and two to three times the speed.  I just don't see any advantage in buying these compared to other devices currently available.  Am I missing something?

Yes you do!
Because it is Christmas time you are missing the golden chance not to loose 100% of your investment but only 90%. Grin
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December 23, 2013, 09:44:13 AM
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New version of cgminer just posted, 3.9.0, has substantially improved support for the latest firmware of these devices.

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December 23, 2013, 05:27:46 PM
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No you don't! But the question is: do you know a place where we can BUY NOW 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499 or 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808 ?
Thanks!

Sure, check the Group Buys.  BitCanary has the Blades and two or three people are selling the Cubes there.

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December 23, 2013, 05:56:05 PM
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No you don't! But the question is: do you know a place where we can BUY NOW 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499 or 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808 ?
Thanks!

Sure, check the Group Buys.  BitCanary has the Blades and two or three people are selling the Cubes there.
Thanks! 

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December 24, 2013, 12:06:57 PM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad
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December 24, 2013, 03:23:17 PM
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same issue , windows 7 , no drivers
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December 24, 2013, 04:56:31 PM
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I installed with zadig , device as recognised as bifury , but none of the miners can see them

just says looking for devices .

help
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December 24, 2013, 10:14:57 PM
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Zadig is for use with CGminer.....FTDI USB is for BFGminer  Wink

In both cases you need the devices connected & powered up,install the USB driver(either Zadig for CGminer or FTDI for BFGminer),then reboot the PC.It should work if CG or BFGminer has included the settings,otherwise you may need to "compile" the miner  Roll Eyes

I have had no luck in compiling miners in Win7 or Unbuntu Sad  I just use a bat file to set pool info & it works...for my BFL 30GH'er & Klondike's

Hope that helps,I don't have any of these miners,so its all I can offer  Sad

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December 25, 2013, 08:13:14 AM
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who wants to sell me  used?
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December 25, 2013, 11:29:26 PM
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you can have mine . . . waste of money . no support
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December 26, 2013, 12:39:19 AM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

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December 26, 2013, 12:47:08 AM
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I installed with zadig , device as recognised as bifury , but none of the miners can see them

just says looking for devices .

help
same problem for me!

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December 26, 2013, 03:54:18 AM
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First of all, our main product is on a Christmas sale! - Yes, the price has dropped significantly.
If I buy 10 BiFury devices at $2999, I'll have ~50GH/s.
If I buy 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499, I'll have ~100GH/s.
If I buy 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808, I'll have ~180GH/s.
$200 -$500 cheaper and two to three times the speed.  I just don't see any advantage in buying these compared to other devices currently available.  Am I missing something?
No you don't! But the question is: do you know a place where we can BUY NOW 10 ASICMiner Blades at $2499 or 6 ASICMiner Cubes at $2808 ?
Thanks!

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24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
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December 26, 2013, 04:04:25 AM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink

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December 26, 2013, 11:01:37 AM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink
So you say that i should only install the drivers on windows and nothing on the fury?

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December 26, 2013, 11:44:13 AM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink
So you say that i should only install the drivers on windows and nothing on the fury?
Now the name in control panel is Bi•Fury (COM3) Ports (COM & LPT) Manufacturer: c-scape for Cryptopol
Trying to find it with bfgminer and nothing, and the green and red lights are on the Bi•Fury, Red light does not feel like its good.

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December 26, 2013, 12:08:15 PM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink
So you say that i should only install the drivers on windows and nothing on the fury?
Now the name in control panel is Bi•Fury (COM3) Ports (COM & LPT) Manufacturer: c-scape for Cryptopol
Trying to find it with bfgminer and nothing, and the green and red lights are on the Bi•Fury, Red light does not feel like its good.
Now green light is on, but this? and then red light was on again...

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December 26, 2013, 12:59:54 PM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink
So you say that i should only install the drivers on windows and nothing on the fury?
Now the name in control panel is Bi•Fury (COM3) Ports (COM & LPT) Manufacturer: c-scape for Cryptopol
Trying to find it with bfgminer and nothing, and the green and red lights are on the Bi•Fury, Red light does not feel like its good.
Now green light is on, but this? and then red light was on again...


The driver and CGMiner seem to fine now for you... The problem is overheating.  Do you have a fan on your Bi*Fury?   You should never run these without one. At 123.7C you're essentially frying your unit.

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December 26, 2013, 01:01:43 PM
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Hi There,

so i have 2 5ghs bi-fury modules. i try to use them with Windows but i got several Problems with that. under Windows XP its unable to use the Driver from bfgminer. they are not accepted. under Windows 7 it install with Error unable to start. I think the Driver is not working too there.
Is an USB 3.0 hub necassary to use this Blocks?  Can anybody help please Sad

Where did you find drivers for bfgminer? i can only find the BFGminer windows inf file and then i don't know what to do...

Here's the FTDI drivers for BFGminer:

http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm

Pick your OS,plug your device in with it powered,run the driver,then you may need to reboot.Check in device manager to see if your device shows,if not reinstall driver.Run BFGminer,it should work  Wink
So you say that i should only install the drivers on windows and nothing on the fury?
Now the name in control panel is Bi•Fury (COM3) Ports (COM & LPT) Manufacturer: c-scape for Cryptopol
Trying to find it with bfgminer and nothing, and the green and red lights are on the Bi•Fury, Red light does not feel like its good.
Now green light is on, but this? and then red light was on again...


The driver and CGMiner seem to fine now for you... The problem is overheating.  Do you have a fan on your Bi*Fury?   You should never run these without one.
Yapp i need a fan, but its so hot can a fan fix that to normal temp...

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