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Author Topic: [CLOSED]#KN-R001 3TH/s Neptune KnCMiner, ord. #K27-BFYW-014072, PAID  (Read 32647 times)
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June 25, 2015, 11:56:32 PM
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While I have no "dog in this fight", I will ask if there is a way to underclok/undervolt  the Neptune?  If so, have you folks considered it?

The benefits I can see are:

- It would reduce the stress on the one over-worked power connector for the Neptune, and possibly extend the life of the miner. Maybe prevent another melt-down problem?

- While it would no doubt reduce your income by reducing your hashrate, it might reduce your electricity costs even more. In other words increase your NET income by reducing expenses more than you reduce your gross income.

Best of luck.
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September 16, 2015, 05:33:58 PM
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Thanks for the advice alh, but I already have done that to no eval.

I'm sorry to have to report this to you guys, but the cost to run the Neptunes now exceeds their earning potential. I have to shut them down...  Angry

If the value of Bitcoin rises enough to make mining worth it again I will let you know when I start them up again.

Thanks...
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 Any chance of firing up the miners again? BTC price has gone up quite a bit since you shut them off.
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