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March 08, 2014, 07:21:40 AM
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Criminal intent to defraud maybe present based on prior repeated actions/behavior. Good prosecutor can build this case easily in my opinion. Yet it is also up to consumer to exercise some due diligence when doing biz with such vendors. 

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March 08, 2014, 11:49:27 PM
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Six Month Refund or Double Shipment Guarantee
If you’ve been waiting in queue for six months or more, you qualify for either a full refund in USD, OR double the hardware you ordered. This latter option will come in the form of (a) first shipping you the new Imperial Monarch, giving you an expected 160-175% of your ordered hashrate, and then (b) an additional Standard 600 GH Monarch at the end of the queue, giving you another 100% hashrate boost, totaling an expected 250+% of your ordered hashrate once all products have shipped. (Note: Electing the refund cancels the Imperial Monarch upgrade offer in the first section above.)


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If this was the Stanford Marshmallow test I'd have 1 miner now.

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March 13, 2014, 02:02:34 AM
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Come to think of it, the whole of bitcoin is a Stanford marshmallow test.... $100 now, $200 later.... $500 now, $1000 later.... $600 now $1200 later...

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August 27, 2014, 01:17:32 AM
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Ok, so we are helping Josh with a realistic March 2014 shipping.

What will be the projected network hash rate?
What would will an under performing Monarch make in March 2014?
What are these Monarch's going to need PSU / PDU and control or back plane wise?

Given what we have seen in the past from BFL there is a lot of unanswered design questions here and with little or no guidance on what the finished product will be able to do, what it will cost in terms of 'accessories' to get this Monarch hashing for the user seems to me to be a good place to question this design.

Failure to plan.

Plus,you know BFL will miss thier power targets by at least 3 fold,a leopard can't change his spots  Cheesy

Best get your head examined, CBH!  Wink

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August 27, 2014, 01:21:25 AM
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Ok, so we are helping Josh with a realistic March 2014 shipping.

What will be the projected network hash rate?
What would will an under performing Monarch make in March 2014?
What are these Monarch's going to need PSU / PDU and control or back plane wise?

Given what we have seen in the past from BFL there is a lot of unanswered design questions here and with little or no guidance on what the finished product will be able to do, what it will cost in terms of 'accessories' to get this Monarch hashing for the user seems to me to be a good place to question this design.

Failure to plan.

Plus,you know BFL will miss thier power targets by at least 3 fold,a leopard can't change his spots  Cheesy

Best get your head examined, CBH!  Wink

I haven't seen any wattage draw yet,show me & I'll be VERY surprised if they came anywhere near their projected draw  Roll Eyes

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August 27, 2014, 01:38:58 AM
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Ok, so we are helping Josh with a realistic March 2014 shipping.

What will be the projected network hash rate?
What would will an under performing Monarch make in March 2014?
What are these Monarch's going to need PSU / PDU and control or back plane wise?

Given what we have seen in the past from BFL there is a lot of unanswered design questions here and with little or no guidance on what the finished product will be able to do, what it will cost in terms of 'accessories' to get this Monarch hashing for the user seems to me to be a good place to question this design.

Failure to plan.

Plus,you know BFL will miss thier power targets by at least 3 fold,a leopard can't change his spots  Cheesy

Best get your head examined, CBH!  Wink

I haven't seen any wattage draw yet,show me & I'll be VERY surprised if they came anywhere near their projected draw  Roll Eyes

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August 27, 2014, 03:49:11 AM
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I haven't seen any wattage draw yet,show me & I'll be VERY surprised if they came anywhere near their projected draw  Roll Eyes

Are they any good?
Very quiet.  720GH @ 540W (110V).  I am about to test them at 240V and should see a little power savings.

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