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Author Topic: Alpha Technology Litecoin (Scrypt) ASIC Miner Order Batch 1 Now!  (Read 526270 times)
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June 13, 2015, 08:24:48 PM
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Regardless of the ability to overclock them, this is yet another way that Alpha-T has not delivered the product they stated they were going to, in the timeframe they said they would deliver them. These shysters need to be shut down, permanently...and taken for every penny they scammed.
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June 13, 2015, 10:45:17 PM
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Although I want efficient, I really just want the miner period. lol

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June 14, 2015, 09:16:32 PM
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Although I want efficient, I really just want the miner period. lol

I'm fully paid up, but at the moment they mine less coins than they burn in elec.
Unless some fool on ebay pays you more than what folk are selling boxes of titans for, this is an expensive room heater now.

I (personaly) couldn't give 1 f**k if they deliver or not at this point. Either way profit vanished a long time ago.
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June 23, 2015, 05:38:18 PM
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Update 23/6/2015

SF100 dual-mode miner has 24 SF3301 chips, with the running modes as following:

  • Dual mining mode, Bitcoin hashing power 1700 GHS + Litecoin hashing power 47 MHS, the power consumption at wall of whole miner is 960W.
  • Bitcoin single mining mode: Hashing power 1700 GHS, power consumption 770W.
  • Litecoin single mining mode: Hashing power 47 MHS, power consumption 180W.

Well, it looks like Alpha-T isn't going to get a profitable unit out the door before the competition makes them irrelevant.  Good luck with the lawsuits everyone.

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June 24, 2015, 11:39:52 AM
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Update 23/6/2015

SF100 dual-mode miner has 24 SF3301 chips, with the running modes as following:

  • Dual mining mode, Bitcoin hashing power 1700 GHS + Litecoin hashing power 47 MHS, the power consumption at wall of whole miner is 960W.
  • Bitcoin single mining mode: Hashing power 1700 GHS, power consumption 770W.
  • Litecoin single mining mode: Hashing power 47 MHS, power consumption 180W.

Well, it looks like Alpha-T isn't going to get a profitable unit out the door before the competition makes them irrelevant.  Good luck with the lawsuits everyone.

There is no price or expected delivery on the SF100 yet nor are you allowed to purchase single units... MOQ of 100 units so I dont think that announcement changes much haha

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June 24, 2015, 05:51:24 PM
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Update 23/6/2015

SF100 dual-mode miner has 24 SF3301 chips, with the running modes as following:

  • Dual mining mode, Bitcoin hashing power 1700 GHS + Litecoin hashing power 47 MHS, the power consumption at wall of whole miner is 960W.
  • Bitcoin single mining mode: Hashing power 1700 GHS, power consumption 770W.
  • Litecoin single mining mode: Hashing power 47 MHS, power consumption 180W.

Well, it looks like Alpha-T isn't going to get a profitable unit out the door before the competition makes them irrelevant.  Good luck with the lawsuits everyone.

There is no price or expected delivery on the SF100 yet nor are you allowed to purchase single units... MOQ of 100 units so I dont think that announcement changes much haha

That's who you're competing against.  It will very much matter.

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June 25, 2015, 07:03:04 AM
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Update 23/6/2015

SF100 dual-mode miner has 24 SF3301 chips, with the running modes as following:

  • Dual mining mode, Bitcoin hashing power 1700 GHS + Litecoin hashing power 47 MHS, the power consumption at wall of whole miner is 960W.
  • Bitcoin single mining mode: Hashing power 1700 GHS, power consumption 770W.
  • Litecoin single mining mode: Hashing power 47 MHS, power consumption 180W.

Well, it looks like Alpha-T isn't going to get a profitable unit out the door before the competition makes them irrelevant.  Good luck with the lawsuits everyone.

There is no price or expected delivery on the SF100 yet nor are you allowed to purchase single units... MOQ of 100 units so I dont think that announcement changes much haha

That's who you're competing against.  It will very much matter.

With 0.45W/GHS + 3.8W/MHS, the power efficiency of SF100 is showing really good potential. It is also possible to overclock to certain extent (Sha-256: 2 THS, Scrypt: 55 MHS). Based on recent Bitcoin and Litecoin price, a dual-mode SF100’s revenue is similat to that of a to a 2.8-3.2 THS pure Bitcoin miner, which makes it equivalent to 0.3-0.34W/GHS power efficiency when it is dual mining. Taking June 19th price for instance, one SF100 generates 4.2 USD from Bitcoin and 3.8 USD from Litecoin, or a total 8 USD per day (without the costs for electricity deducted).

http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/sfards-sf100/

Don't think it is going to get you a great income, at $8 per day less electricity costs.
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June 25, 2015, 11:22:11 AM
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I think it has good income potential, dont get me wrong, but still without a price (im assuming itll be between $900-$1,100) and without even an estimated delivery date, we are still really in the dark at this point. Discussing projected income is nothing more than pure speculation because BTC or LTC price can skyrocket or dive by the time the hardware comes out or any number of other things that have been known to happen in crypto. haha

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June 25, 2015, 02:48:33 PM
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I think it has good income potential, dont get me wrong, but still without a price (im assuming itll be between $900-$1,100) and without even an estimated delivery date, we are still really in the dark at this point. Discussing projected income is nothing more than pure speculation because BTC or LTC price can skyrocket or dive by the time the hardware comes out or any number of other things that have been known to happen in crypto. haha

Yep and it has been shown that where there is profit corporate miners will blow up the difficulty, leaving home miners in the dust.

Pre-Ordering anything is a sucker bet at this point, if it were ever anything else, as is the majority of hardware, unfortunately.

No money in mining anymore, IMO.  Do it for fun, fine, but nobody should expect to make any sort of money whatsoever.

If I had my choice I'd go back to mining with graphics cards.  There was something fun about building your own rig and messing with it.  that was a hobby at least, you didn't have to drop a bazillion dollars to do it and at least were left with a kick ass gaming computer at the end of the day. 

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June 25, 2015, 06:28:31 PM
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^^ Agreed.... I mean setting up some of my old GPU rigs was so frustrating at points it made me want to kick a baby in the face but once they were up and running... it was a great feeling lol

Hopefully my two units from Alpha-T will be smooth runners.... lol if they ever come.

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June 27, 2015, 03:56:11 PM
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looks like alpha need to adjust their prices to reflect current prices and markets as theri tech is getting on to be old and only seen a hand full of people get their units so happy I did not go and buy pre order from these guys.
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June 28, 2015, 12:38:17 PM
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looks like alpha need to adjust their prices to reflect current prices and markets as theri tech is getting on to be old and only seen a hand full of people get their units so happy I did not go and buy pre order from these guys.

I doubt they will be adjust any pricing and I have yet to see a single person get their miner. lol Alpha-T did us so wrong all you can do is laugh about it at this point

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July 08, 2015, 11:12:14 AM
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I haven't been here on the forum for a long time. I found steeping myself in alpha crap daily was emotionally exhausting. Not counting credit card chargebacks, deposits, or funds returned by banks or Paypal, has anyone here that paid down payment or in full with BTC or wire received any cash refunds or anything from Alpha Theft-ology (except disrespect)? Thanks -M 

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July 08, 2015, 11:42:18 AM
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I haven't been here on the forum for a long time. I found steeping myself in alpha crap daily was emotionally exhausting. Not counting credit card chargebacks, deposits, or funds returned by banks or Paypal, has anyone here that paid down payment or in full with BTC or wire received any cash refunds or anything from Alpha Theft-ology (except disrespect)? Thanks -M 

I have heard of a couple people being successfull in claiming their funds but most I beleive thave not.

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July 08, 2015, 05:00:26 PM
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I haven't been here on the forum for a long time. I found steeping myself in alpha crap daily was emotionally exhausting. Not counting credit card chargebacks, deposits, or funds returned by banks or Paypal, has anyone here that paid down payment or in full with BTC or wire received any cash refunds or anything from Alpha Theft-ology (except disrespect)? Thanks -M 

maybe ask the guy that runs fightalpha.net

I do think people have won moneyclaim court cases and had those judgements enforced, but you'd have to verify that with him.
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July 08, 2015, 05:11:16 PM
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I've got a scheduled court date with them in August.

It hasn't been cheap but I had the legal firm do all the work and they'll also handle the court for me as well, seeing as I'm not in the UK.


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July 09, 2015, 11:52:34 AM
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I've got a scheduled court date with them in August.

It hasn't been cheap but I had the legal firm do all the work and they'll also handle the court for me as well, seeing as I'm not in the UK.



I look forward to hearing the results of your case. Good Luck!

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July 26, 2015, 10:53:17 PM
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If I had my choice I'd go back to mining with graphics cards.

Maybe you should check out ethereum. The frontier release launches soon and GPU mining seems to be an option.
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July 27, 2015, 03:14:13 PM
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alpha-t.net is offline? Byebye my 50+ bitcoins  Undecided

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July 27, 2015, 03:19:52 PM
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alpha-t.net is offline? Byebye my 50+ bitcoins  Undecided

Websites still there buddy must just have been down for a bit.

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