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November 03, 2018, 02:18:47 AM
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The duct works pretty well Smiley

pictures or it didn't happen Cheesy

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November 03, 2018, 03:16:25 AM
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The duct works pretty well Smiley
If it walks like a duct...
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November 03, 2018, 09:22:31 AM
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The duct works pretty well Smiley
Contact another group, asked 100€/duct...
Guess i'll do my own ghetto duct
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November 03, 2018, 09:55:53 AM
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I designed an air duct for use with open air cases that can be 3d printed. It will mount to a 120mm fan and sit the BCU inside of it. This should work for VCUs as well but the power header on the vcus is facing the top not the back so it wouldn't be ideal.


What materials do you recommend for this duct?  ABS, Nylon, others?

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November 03, 2018, 12:40:02 PM
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So interesting thing say that algorithm and coin are private. Nobody can verify it. Some illiterate customers bought a boards for very high price and make you 200% profit. But board can do any amount of money per day and anybody can't confirm it.

Can anyone of your trusted (not newly registered) customers post information here?
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November 03, 2018, 08:54:11 PM
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So interesting thing say that algorithm and coin are private. Nobody can verify it. Some illiterate customers bought a boards for very high price and make you 200% profit. But board can do any amount of money per day and anybody can't confirm it.

Can anyone of your trusted (not newly registered) customers post information here?

I am whitefire customer and using his private BS. Its $16 - $20 per day revenue on $4000 board. I am also not running the board at its full potential. You can add 10 - 20% on top of $16 - $20 per day revenue if you provide good cooling to board.

You can do rest of the math.
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November 04, 2018, 07:11:48 AM
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So interesting thing say that algorithm and coin are private. Nobody can verify it. Some illiterate customers bought a boards for very high price and make you 200% profit. But board can do any amount of money per day and anybody can't confirm it.

Can anyone of your trusted (not newly registered) customers post information here?
I am running it since Monday evening and was getting $16/day on my VCU. Seems using other pool makes $20/day for some reason. I switched pools yesterday, so will see in a few days if it's better.
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November 04, 2018, 03:18:33 PM
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I am whitefire customer and using his private BS. Its $16 - $20 per day revenue on $4000 board. I am also not running the board at its full potential. You can add 10 - 20% on top of $16 - $20 per day revenue if you provide good cooling to board.

You can do rest of the math.

Ok, Thank you for clarification.  Can you also report  Does BS have any integrated devfee and what profit it generates without devfee?
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November 04, 2018, 05:40:57 PM
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The duct works pretty well Smiley

pictures or it didn't happen Cheesy

the juicer on our dev rig - https://astr.al/u/6c7640b6_1440x2368.jpg
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November 04, 2018, 06:12:05 PM
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I am whitefire customer and using his private BS. Its $16 - $20 per day revenue on $4000 board. I am also not running the board at its full potential. You can add 10 - 20% on top of $16 - $20 per day revenue if you provide good cooling to board.

You can do rest of the math.

Ok, Thank you for clarification.  Can you also report  Does BS have any integrated devfee and what profit it generates without devfee?
Devfee is exactly 4%.
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November 04, 2018, 08:13:45 PM
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I am whitefire customer and using his private BS. Its $16 - $20 per day revenue on $4000 board. I am also not running the board at its full potential. You can add 10 - 20% on top of $16 - $20 per day revenue if you provide good cooling to board.

You can do rest of the math.

Ok, Thank you for clarification.  Can you also report  Does BS have any integrated devfee and what profit it generates without devfee?

Private BS does not have integrated devfee. You have to pay 4% of your revenue to Dev based on trust.
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November 06, 2018, 08:37:22 AM
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May I kindly ask what filament you used ? PLA, ABS ?
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November 06, 2018, 10:56:50 AM
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I designed an air duct for use with open air cases that can be 3d printed. It will mount to a 120mm fan and sit the BCU inside of it. This should work for VCUs as well but the power header on the vcus is facing the top not the back so it wouldn't be ideal.

STL File: https://ufile.io/12bsr
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@senseless thank you for this.  I ordered (2) to be printed and will let you know the outcome once I receive them and my BCU's! :-)

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November 06, 2018, 10:58:37 AM
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I designed an air duct for use with open air cases that can be 3d printed. It will mount to a 120mm fan and sit the BCU inside of it. This should work for VCUs as well but the power header on the vcus is facing the top not the back so it wouldn't be ideal.


@senseless thank you for this.  I ordered (2) to be printed and will let you know the outcome once I receive them and my BCU's! :-)
For my information, what pricing did you get ?
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November 06, 2018, 03:41:13 PM
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There is no physical reason to have to use abs so you can use either.
The PLA may lose the glossy sheen if you run over 57c (the actual air it funnels) but will have no other effects.
Check out PETG.

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November 06, 2018, 04:02:38 PM
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There is no physical reason to have to use abs so you can use either.
The PLA may lose the glossy sheen if you run over 57c (the actual air it funnels) but will have no other effects.
Check out PETG.
Thanks, was wondering as I have no much knowledge about 3D printing. I saw only that ABS is more resistant to temperature than PLA but if this impact only the glossy look, I dont really care.
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November 06, 2018, 05:52:40 PM
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There is no physical reason to have to use abs so you can use either.
The PLA may lose the glossy sheen if you run over 57c (the actual air it funnels) but will have no other effects.
Check out PETG.
Thanks, was wondering as I have no much knowledge about 3D printing. I saw only that ABS is more resistant to temperature than PLA but if this impact only the glossy look, I dont really care.
I can print this thing with PETG (white,black or transparent) for you.
I only ship it with DHL in germany. You can pay with Paypal, cryptos and Überweisung.
If someone is interested, pm me.
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November 07, 2018, 01:11:21 AM
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I designed an air duct for use with open air cases that can be 3d printed. It will mount to a 120mm fan and sit the BCU inside of it. This should work for VCUs as well but the power header on the vcus is facing the top not the back so it wouldn't be ideal.


@senseless thank you for this.  I ordered (2) to be printed and will let you know the outcome once I receive them and my BCU's! :-)
For my information, what pricing did you get ?

Hello - I am using this service - 3dhubs - and he switched me from ABS to Eastman AM3300 - it has very high thermal properties.  The total cost for (2) units, printed and shipped to me is $152.21.

Here is a completion photo:


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I designed an air duct for use with open air cases that can be 3d printed. It will mount to a 120mm fan and sit the BCU inside of it. This should work for VCUs as well but the power header on the vcus is facing the top not the back so it wouldn't be ideal.


@senseless thank you for this.  I ordered (2) to be printed and will let you know the outcome once I receive them and my BCU's! :-)
For my information, what pricing did you get ?

Hello - I am using this service - 3dhubs - and he switched me from ABS to Eastman AM3300 - it has very high thermal properties.  The total cost for (2) units, printed and shipped to me is $152.21.

Here is a completion photo:


Eastman AM3300 is PETG and has not so high thermal properties ... only 85 degree centigrade ... but it´s enough.
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November 11, 2018, 09:22:18 AM
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The first private Zetheron bitstream for the VU9P FPGA series has now been released.

What algorithm?



It's private, hence the algorithm is not made public.  This is to prevent coins from forking.

My customers have posted their profits in the discord, most are reporting $17-$20/day per card.



The algo he is referring to is 100% lyra2z. The majority of the coins they are targeting are aware and forking. Hence his customers might need to ask for a new bitstream
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