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October 28, 2013, 10:12:42 PM
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Give the guy a break - he has shown how to set up a Jupiter in a step by step process, thus helping mining newbies like me.

I almost ordered one of these and would have been thankful for this video.

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Agreed, but haters gone hate I guess. It's seems just because you can afford expensive hardware you're no longer allowed to ask for donations for taking the time to make a video for others. It ultimately helped me to at least check the insides because my fan was lose on arrival.
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October 28, 2013, 11:04:57 PM
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Give the guy a break - he has shown how to set up a Jupiter in a step by step process, thus helping mining newbies like me.

I almost ordered one of these and would have been thankful for this video.

Donate only if you feel the contribution is valuable to you; it's not mandatory.

Agreed, but haters gone hate I guess. It's seems just because you can afford expensive hardware you're no longer allowed to ask for donations for taking the time to make a video for others. It ultimately helped me to at least check the insides because my fan was lose on arrival.
Thanks guys.  I think dude was making fun of my large QR code.  I found his comment rather funny posting a huge-mungus QR code.  LOL!  It's all good.  I'm on a learning curve here.  I no longer want to participate in youtube's monetization program for many reasons.  I threw that video together really fast, no rehearsal.  It's real life folks, no fluff.  I'd post more about it but I think everything's being covered in the forums.  I'm glad to help anyone out, donations or not, it doesn't matter.  With that said, if I can add any more tips here they are:

-  .95 firmware works best for my good miner, .96.1 is better for my lemon
-  my miners run better hot, other report cold is better
-  ckolivas posted a better version of cgminer, it's helped me get better hashrates.
    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3424700#msg3424700
    FW version .98 is supposed to mirror this as I understand it.
-  once you get your miner running at maximum hashrate, don't f* with it.
-  Get a good surge protector with ethernet/cable filters.  Don't let any connections go unfiltered.

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October 30, 2013, 05:07:38 PM
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Give the guy a break - he has shown how to set up a Jupiter in a step by step process, thus helping mining newbies like me.

I almost ordered one of these and would have been thankful for this video.

Donate only if you feel the contribution is valuable to you; it's not mandatory.

Agreed, but haters gone hate I guess. It's seems just because you can afford expensive hardware you're no longer allowed to ask for donations for taking the time to make a video for others. It ultimately helped me to at least check the insides because my fan was lose on arrival.
Thanks guys.  I think dude was making fun of my large QR code.  I found his comment rather funny posting a huge-mungus QR code.  LOL!  It's all good.  I'm on a learning curve here.  I no longer want to participate in youtube's monetization program for many reasons.  I threw that video together really fast, no rehearsal.  It's real life folks, no fluff.  I'd post more about it but I think everything's being covered in the forums.  I'm glad to help anyone out, donations or not, it doesn't matter.  With that said, if I can add any more tips here they are:

-  .95 firmware works best for my good miner, .96.1 is better for my lemon
-  my miners run better hot, other report cold is better
-  ckolivas posted a better version of cgminer, it's helped me get better hashrates.
    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3424700#msg3424700
    FW version .98 is supposed to mirror this as I understand it.
-  once you get your miner running at maximum hashrate, don't f* with it.
-  Get a good surge protector with ethernet/cable filters.  Don't let any connections go unfiltered.

I've tried the 0.98 firmware, functionality wise it's good but still only at the 100Gh/s rate but I did see a message about not using a core so thinking about it, running the coreenable firmware again might do the job.

+1 on the surge protectors, make sure anything going into your devices has electrical isolation in the way of surge protectors, you don't want £1500+ worth of equipment going up in smoke because you didn't spend £10 on a surge protector.

So once these devices become obsolete, what hashing rates do you think there new devices will run?
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November 05, 2013, 10:41:09 AM
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I just thought I'd add to this thread in case anyone is following it.

1) Firmware 0.98.1 came out and fixed my issue that I now run at a full 140Gh/s on my little mercury, which I'm told is officially only suppose to do a max output of 144Gh/s by Kncminer customer support.

2) Kncminer have been amazingly good when in comparison to the horror stories of BFL and others who have been either late to the party or went bust in the process, I'd happily get more devices in the future if they keep up the standard and just improve on the few niggles of the first generation.
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