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November 20, 2013, 07:22:24 AM

I was reading this thread and did not realized goxed was a user  Grin LOL

Sorry goxed, Seen comments like "maybe goxed knows" and assumed it was a play on words.

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November 20, 2013, 08:06:55 AM

This is way up there on my watch list. I just picked up a blade, so if either my finances straighten out or I get a decent score mining Ill be back for one of these ASAP.
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November 20, 2013, 08:20:35 AM

If you have the the firmware that shows the devices as BTB (and not as BBF) then you should add 300mvolts to your intended voltage. So if you want to run them at 1060mvolts, use the following option:

--bitburner-voltage 1360

(and not bitburner-fury-voltage something..., because that option won't be recognized)

If you want another firmware, check out these posts:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294735.msg3362916#msg3362916
and:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294735.msg3364756#msg3364756

Thank you for the pointers, I'll get to it later.

On the USB port issue:
Please note that I did not even buy a stack of miners, but individual ones. Therefore, I expect the USB connectors to work. I need that because I want to use them with different computers (not all are for me).

I'm wondering if they sent me this board on purpose. it's marked with an "x" and a red dot on the packaging - very hard to miss:

 

Did I mention that I payed even more (order on the weekend) than the current price for that? Angry
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November 20, 2013, 08:34:17 AM

Everyone who get a board: Please check if there where some dust on the cooler.
Maybe i'm wrong: But for me it seems that the shipped boards are all running for a long time before shipping, isn't it?

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November 20, 2013, 10:25:17 AM

my order is still at processing from yesterday
something is wrong
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November 20, 2013, 11:50:05 AM


On the USB port issue:


Oh wow. I wondered if that dot on the box had something to do with it. I've got one board where the usb connector has solder inside it which sucks as I can't flash it.

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November 20, 2013, 01:30:07 PM

Getting that Shipping to Sweden is 75 Bitcoins, that cannot be right? Wanted to buy that 8 board tower.

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November 20, 2013, 03:02:48 PM

Getting that Shipping to Sweden is 75 Bitcoins, that cannot be right? Wanted to buy that 8 board tower.

 Very curious and itching to pull the trigger on the 8-board tower myself, but this thread has raised some questions and concerns I have over RMAs, and the non-guarantee of 48-52GHs. Waiting patiently for answers to a PM sent to cryptx.
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November 20, 2013, 03:16:17 PM

Getting that Shipping to Sweden is 75 Bitcoins, that cannot be right? Wanted to buy that 8 board tower.

 Very curious and itching to pull the trigger on the 8-board tower myself, but this thread has raised some questions and concerns I have over RMAs, and the non-guarantee of 48-52GHs. Waiting patiently for answers to a PM sent to cryptx.


Unless you have some serious bad luck, all devices should mine (when configured properly) between 45~55gh/s.

You'll probably be getting one or two with bad usb connectors though.

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November 20, 2013, 03:24:49 PM



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Bitburner Fury available for order
Shop

It looks like this was the result of either:

    a mistyped address
    an out-of-date link

Perhaps searching can help.

Out of stock aggain ??
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Bitburner Fury available for order
Shop

It looks like this was the result of either:

    a mistyped address
    an out-of-date link

Perhaps searching can help.

Out of stock aggain ??

Looks like the "Boards" section was taken down.

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November 20, 2013, 03:41:45 PM

Seems the shop is broken???

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November 20, 2013, 04:26:10 PM

If you have the the firmware that shows the devices as BTB (and not as BBF) then you should add 300mvolts to your intended voltage. So if you want to run them at 1060mvolts, use the following option:

--bitburner-voltage 1360
Yeah... That's it. I need only this options and nothing more so it worked ~50GH/s...

(My devices is shown as BTB)

I didn't understand why this is not explained on asic-hardware.com  Huh

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November 20, 2013, 04:29:32 PM

UPDATE

Major price cut due to BTC rise.

1.5 BTC / board

11.2 BTC / 8 board tower

What's about a special offer for all people who paid shortly before the price cut???

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November 20, 2013, 05:01:31 PM

Hi all.
I have a question?
Today I ordered a BitBurner Fury, and immediately paid (BTC).
How long does it take to get a confirmation email?
I have transferred the BTC at 7:25, and we have now 18:00.
And until now I have not received confirmation ...

The product was still available when purchasing.

Since ~ 16:30 is:
It looks like this what the result of Either:
a mistyped address
an out-of-date link

thanks for the help in advance

edit:
I've already sent a mail to the support ~ 10:00, and have not received a reply ...

Is this possibly the cause?
According https://blockchain.info dieTransaktion has a waiting time of 76 hours (queue position 3175)

https://blockchain.info/tx/45fd2de71ecb000205c8d17748b2e9a0f900a972b6edccc4804275e81c2d48d2
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November 20, 2013, 05:37:22 PM

Hi all.
I have a question?
Today I ordered a BitBurner Fury, and immediately paid (BTC).
How long does it take to get a confirmation email?

I also did not get a confirmation email after payment (just the "order receipt" before I payed), might be normal. And as far as status on their site goes: mine still shows "Processing", even after the order was delivered.

Having said that, however, if your transaction is not confirmed, (obviously) the payment did not arrive, yet.

Btw: I'm also waiting for a respose.
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November 20, 2013, 05:41:42 PM

Is this possibly the cause?
According https://blockchain.info dieTransaktion has a waiting time of 76 hours (queue position 3175)
https://blockchain.info/tx/45fd2de71ecb000205c8d17748b2e9a0f900a972b6edccc4804275e81c2d48d2
Because you did not include a transaction fee, your transaction is considered low priority.

There has been a huge surge in transaction traffic over the last few days due to the price volatility. Nodes adding transactions to the blockchain have a finite limit to how many they can/will add; there is no benefit to them in adding 0-fee transactions which is why they often "linger in limbo" for hours. Especially during times of high activity such as now.

The good news is that the longer your transaction stays unverified, the higher its priority will be. Eventually it will be added by someone.

Word of advice: always include a transaction fee, especially if time is of value to you. Fees are a courtesy to the miners on the network; eventually as block rewards drop, transaction fees will become the major source of income for us miners. Don't be a cheapskate and then wonder why no one wants to process your transaction for free.

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November 20, 2013, 06:00:06 PM

Is this possibly the cause?
According https://blockchain.info dieTransaktion has a waiting time of 76 hours (queue position 3175)
https://blockchain.info/tx/45fd2de71ecb000205c8d17748b2e9a0f900a972b6edccc4804275e81c2d48d2
Because you did not include a transaction fee, your transaction is considered low priority.

There has been a huge surge in transaction traffic over the last few days due to the price volatility. Nodes adding transactions to the blockchain have a finite limit to how many they can/will add; there is no benefit to them in adding 0-fee transactions which is why they often "linger in limbo" for hours. Especially during times of high activity such as now.

The good news is that the longer your transaction stays unverified, the higher its priority will be. Eventually it will be added by someone.

Word of advice: always include a transaction fee, especially if time is of value to you. Fees are a courtesy to the miners on the network; eventually as block rewards drop, transaction fees will become the major source of income for us miners. Don't be a cheapskate and then wonder why no one wants to process your transaction for free.

Thanks for the information!!
But asic-hardware.com would have seen that the amount above is pointed, and I get the confirmation email from asic-hardware.com only when the transaction is completed?

How much is the transaction fee (e.g. 1.6 BTC)?
and afterwards you can add to the transaction, a transaction fee? ^ ^
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November 20, 2013, 07:08:44 PM

Is this possibly the cause?
According https://blockchain.info dieTransaktion has a waiting time of 76 hours (queue position 3175)
https://blockchain.info/tx/45fd2de71ecb000205c8d17748b2e9a0f900a972b6edccc4804275e81c2d48d2
Because you did not include a transaction fee, your transaction is considered low priority.

There has been a huge surge in transaction traffic over the last few days due to the price volatility. Nodes adding transactions to the blockchain have a finite limit to how many they can/will add; there is no benefit to them in adding 0-fee transactions which is why they often "linger in limbo" for hours. Especially during times of high activity such as now.

The good news is that the longer your transaction stays unverified, the higher its priority will be. Eventually it will be added by someone.

Word of advice: always include a transaction fee, especially if time is of value to you. Fees are a courtesy to the miners on the network; eventually as block rewards drop, transaction fees will become the major source of income for us miners. Don't be a cheapskate and then wonder why no one wants to process your transaction for free.

Thanks for the information!!
But asic-hardware.com would have seen that the amount above is pointed, and I get the confirmation email from asic-hardware.com only when the transaction is completed?

How much is the transaction fee (e.g. 1.6 BTC)?
and afterwards you can add to the transaction, a transaction fee? ^ ^
No vendor will consider your order as 'paid' while the transaction still has 0 confirmations (yours still has 0). As soon as it has 1 confirmation, it is in the blockchain.

How much should you pay? It depends on the transaction size (in kB, not BTC value), which you typically won't know beforehand. Your transaction is fairly large (4.8kB); most transactions are smaller than 1kB. As a general 'rule of thumb' a fee of 0.005BTC is usually sufficient. The standard Bitcoin-QT client prompts you to add a fee if it decides you need one; you can also set a default value in the Options.

Can you add a fee to a transaction after it has been sent? No, but if you send a 2nd transaction using one of the outputs of the 1st one, along with a fee, your original one will most likely be confirmed quickly because it needs to be confirmed before your 2nd transaction can be. I see that your 1st transaction has 2 outputs; one for 1.6 BTC going to the vendor, and another for 0.016 BTC going, I presume, to a 'dust' address in your own wallet. So if you send a small-value transaction (plus fee) to that 'dust' address, your original transaction should be confirmed relatively quickly. That is my understanding, though I haven't personally tried this so cannot be certain. Perhaps someone else here knows for sure.

EDIT: I see now that your transaction has been confirmed within the last few minutes; you don't need to do anything now. Your order should now be confirmed. Keep this experience in your mind for future BTC transactions and they will go much smoother.

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November 20, 2013, 07:18:35 PM

thanks, this was my first transaktion, and i磎 a very old person Cheesy^^
(55 Year joung hehe)

in the future i know what i must do.

100x thanks!
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