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October 29, 2013, 10:14:52 AM
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We all receive "60" GH... lets see what we really got?

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To dump these just stop your miner and:

Windows:

Download putty.

Then run it and switch the radio button from SSH to serial.

Enter the COM port that your miner is on and 115200 as Speed.

Press Open, then type ZCX and press enter.

Linux: (Untested)

echo ZCX > /dev/ttyUSB0 && cat /dev/ttyUSB0

Where /dev/ttyUSB0 should be changed to whatever you got I guess?

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Copy the output (remove tabs if garbled) and post here.

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October 29, 2013, 10:15:10 AM
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DEVICE: BitFORCE SC
FIRMWARE: 1.2.9
IAR Executed: NO
CHIP PARALLELIZATION: YES @ 16
QUEUE DEPTH:40
PROCESSOR 1: 14 engines @ 234 MHz -- MAP: EFF7
PROCESSOR 2: 14 engines @ 237 MHz -- MAP: 7FBF
PROCESSOR 3: 16 engines @ 247 MHz -- MAP: FFFF
PROCESSOR 4: 10 engines @ 229 MHz -- MAP: 4DF5
PROCESSOR 5: 16 engines @ 237 MHz -- MAP: FFFF
PROCESSOR 6: 15 engines @ 234 MHz -- MAP: FFDF
PROCESSOR 7: 14 engines @ 241 MHz -- MAP: AFFF
PROCESSOR 8: 10 engines @ 238 MHz -- MAP: 67E6
PROCESSOR 9: 15 engines @ 231 MHz -- MAP: FFFE
PROCESSOR 10: 13 engines @ 248 MHz -- MAP: EFF6
PROCESSOR 11: 15 engines @ 231 MHz -- MAP: FFFE
PROCESSOR 12: 15 engines @ 228 MHz -- MAP: FFFE
PROCESSOR 13: 15 engines @ 238 MHz -- MAP: FFFE
PROCESSOR 14: 14 engines @ 231 MHz -- MAP: FFF6
PROCESSOR 15: 5 engines @ 238 MHz -- MAP: 0332
THEORETICAL MAX: 47460 MH/s
ENGINES: 201
FREQUENCY: 291 MHz
CRITICAL TEMPERATURE: 0
TOTAL THERMAL CYCLES: 0
XLINK MODE: MASTER
XLINK PRESENT: NO
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October 29, 2013, 10:40:09 AM
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What if I use cgminer with direct usb communication and I don't have serial port dedicated to BAS? Flow control?

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November 05, 2013, 10:15:40 AM
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Ok, seems the BFL products don't like power cycling. At least if it's mining you will break engines just by pulling the power.

Got some kind of official confirmation from support: "Some times, the number of engines can change after initialization. Power cycling a unit usually shows this, but it doesn't vary greatly from cycle to cycle."

This is like a car manufacturer building a serial design flaw; BFL should pull all of it's miners and deliver working products.

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November 05, 2013, 11:32:38 AM
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This is like a car manufacturer building a serial design flaw; BFL should pull all of it's miners and deliver working products.


Sound familiar?

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November 11, 2013, 07:58:04 PM
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With the new singles with aluminium heatsinks you can't do this it seems.

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November 11, 2013, 08:19:07 PM
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Any other ways to see it on Linux?
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