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February 06, 2014, 12:26:24 AM
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I want to see a miner built using more than 5 chips per board.  64 chips would be nice.

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February 06, 2014, 04:39:32 AM
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The chip has 3 address lines for chip ID.
I wonder if that would limit designs to 8 chips per serial port.
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What is the easiest method of powering the 5-chip model?

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February 09, 2014, 12:06:12 AM
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What is the easiest method of powering the 5-chip model?
Does it run on 5 volt or 12 volts ?
If you have a old PC power supply laying around you could probably us it for power.
 
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February 09, 2014, 02:13:26 AM
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What is the easiest method of powering the 5-chip model?

You should check out this post by TheMage on Litecointalk where he briefly described how to splice a molex connector onto the device so it can connect to a PSU.  https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=13314.msg111293#msg111293

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February 09, 2014, 02:22:38 AM
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Looks like he's using yellow (12volt).

Yellow is 12 volt,red is 5 volt & black is ground:

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

Max amps available is also listed,check your PSU's rateing to confirm amp capacity  Wink

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February 09, 2014, 02:59:22 PM
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I tried to contact the gridseed people and this what they send me after translating the chinese word.

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Important Note: We currently do not have any place in the pre-sale, Taobao are fake, the official website information please prevail.

Follow weibo.com / gridseed That is our official microblogging.

Relating to the purchase, agents, price issues,
Please wait for us to announce the official website www.gridseed.com
If you need to apply the agent, please specify in the message header "application proxy" and described their own information, and other advantages, if only one sentence is difficult to our attention that, thank you.

For technical discussion, please gridchip zone discussion www.cybtc.com, where maintenance by our technical team.

Documents to download, go to the open source project: github.com / gridseed

If we are unable to respond to you request, please understand, because the volume of mail than we expected, but we will read every message.
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February 09, 2014, 07:48:40 PM
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Since someone mentioned Jack Liam AKA asianbtc AKA lightningasic, I'll post my convo with him as it seems the price fluctuates quite a bit.

Jack:" i have USB cell. 300KHS, LA3M, 3MHS, LA6M 6MHS scrypt."
Price is "LA6M, usd5100+usd300 for express" <-----------------------------------------------------which means 6mh/s of gridseed units

This next quoted thing doesn't make much sense as it says "4 PCS", which could mean 4 of the LA3M............ each being 3MH/s of gridseeds.
Jack: "4 PCS LA3M. usd2750 including dhl express"

From my understand LA3M=10 gridseed units in a "cell" and LA6M is 20 gridseeds in a cell. He says all power supplies, cables, etc. are included.

I think the last quote is either in error or is a dam good deal. 4x LA3M cells, 40 gridseeds in total, for 2750usd($68.75 for each 5 chip gridseed)..........but 1x LA6M which is 20 gridseeds would be $5100........so something ain't right.

I have a friend in China that can get them for me, so I didn't ask Jack to clarify on the LA3M thing. I just let it drop since $5100 for an LA6M is far higher than advertised anywhere else, making Jack a bit shady to me. Well at least extremely greedy, if not outright shady.

Don't shoot the messenger, I'm just passing on info I have Smiley

Yes I have spoke with him as well and this is the price. Yes it doesnt make any sense and i tried to explain that to him but he said they sell so he doesnt care.

Edit after redoing some numbers it actully does make sense.

the la6m is 5100 + 300 for shipping = 5400
2 la3m is 2600x2 + 150x2 for shipping = 5500

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February 10, 2014, 06:03:21 PM
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Since someone mentioned Jack Liam AKA asianbtc AKA lightningasic, I'll post my convo with him as it seems the price fluctuates quite a bit.

Jack:" i have USB cell. 300KHS, LA3M, 3MHS, LA6M 6MHS scrypt."
Price is "LA6M, usd5100+usd300 for express" <-----------------------------------------------------which means 6mh/s of gridseed units

This next quoted thing doesn't make much sense as it says "4 PCS", which could mean 4 of the LA3M............ each being 3MH/s of gridseeds.
Jack: "4 PCS LA3M. usd2750 including dhl express"

From my understand LA3M=10 gridseed units in a "cell" and LA6M is 20 gridseeds in a cell. He says all power supplies, cables, etc. are included.

I think the last quote is either in error or is a dam good deal. 4x LA3M cells, 40 gridseeds in total, for 2750usd($68.75 for each 5 chip gridseed)..........but 1x LA6M which is 20 gridseeds would be $5100........so something ain't right.

I have a friend in China that can get them for me, so I didn't ask Jack to clarify on the LA3M thing. I just let it drop since $5100 for an LA6M is far higher than advertised anywhere else, making Jack a bit shady to me. Well at least extremely greedy, if not outright shady.

Don't shoot the messenger, I'm just passing on info I have Smiley

Yes I have spoke with him as well and this is the price. Yes it doesnt make any sense and i tried to explain that to him but he said they sell so he doesnt care.

Edit after redoing some numbers it actully does make sense.

the la6m is 5100 + 300 for shipping = 5400
2 la3m is 2600x2 + 150x2 for shipping = 5500

Hey Star,

Did you end up ordering from him? I know of one person who has ordered from him so far with no issues. (He has quote me 2750 all in for LA3M--worth it??)

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February 10, 2014, 06:06:26 PM
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Since someone mentioned Jack Liam AKA asianbtc AKA lightningasic, I'll post my convo with him as it seems the price fluctuates quite a bit.

Jack:" i have USB cell. 300KHS, LA3M, 3MHS, LA6M 6MHS scrypt."
Price is "LA6M, usd5100+usd300 for express" <-----------------------------------------------------which means 6mh/s of gridseed units

This next quoted thing doesn't make much sense as it says "4 PCS", which could mean 4 of the LA3M............ each being 3MH/s of gridseeds.
Jack: "4 PCS LA3M. usd2750 including dhl express"

From my understand LA3M=10 gridseed units in a "cell" and LA6M is 20 gridseeds in a cell. He says all power supplies, cables, etc. are included.

I think the last quote is either in error or is a dam good deal. 4x LA3M cells, 40 gridseeds in total, for 2750usd($68.75 for each 5 chip gridseed)..........but 1x LA6M which is 20 gridseeds would be $5100........so something ain't right.

I have a friend in China that can get them for me, so I didn't ask Jack to clarify on the LA3M thing. I just let it drop since $5100 for an LA6M is far higher than advertised anywhere else, making Jack a bit shady to me. Well at least extremely greedy, if not outright shady.

Don't shoot the messenger, I'm just passing on info I have Smiley

Yes I have spoke with him as well and this is the price. Yes it doesnt make any sense and i tried to explain that to him but he said they sell so he doesnt care.

Edit after redoing some numbers it actully does make sense.

the la6m is 5100 + 300 for shipping = 5400
2 la3m is 2600x2 + 150x2 for shipping = 5500

Hey Star,

Did you end up ordering from him? I know of one person who has ordered from him so far with no issues. (He has quote me 2750 all in for LA3M--worth it??)

FYI, I paid 3.44BTC which was $2750USD about 2 weeks ago.  Haven't got them yet, but assuming they work as advertised I think it will be worth it.

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February 10, 2014, 07:46:20 PM
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Beastlymac -- Yeah 30 days doesn't give me a lot of confidence.  With my luck all 10 of the units would crap out on day 31. Tongue  Not meant to be negative towards the product manufacture, but more so a reflection of my actual luck with mining parts.

Mattzees -- Yep, following that thread as well as this one.  Yeah as much as I would love to get in on this, the more and more I reflect on it, the more I think its better to wait till mid/late Feb to see what happens then.  Gridseed may have something new out...that and (fingers crossed) there's also projects out there by Fibbonacci and Flower which in theory will kick-off Q2 which could be comparable...Ultimately my goal is to identify a strategy I feel comfortable with so I come May time frame I'll be off my hot GPU rig and onto ASIC/FPGA solutions instead for the same 3MH.

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https://cryptostocks.com/securities/87

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February 11, 2014, 03:10:41 PM
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Hello, i am from china mainland and knew something about gridchip.

I saw a lot of people bought the dualminer from the lightingasic.com, but I checked the official website and was unable to get that website in the approved seller list.

see this link (http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=18&extra=page%3D1) about the introduction of gridseed an the only legal seller. Please take care of that website (it seems that they rebrand gripchip set as lm6a/lm10a).

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Here the legal distributor/reseller approved by gridchip:

http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=19&fromuid=1

(you can use google translator for chinese)
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February 11, 2014, 03:16:59 PM
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Beastlymac -- Yeah 30 days doesn't give me a lot of confidence.  With my luck all 10 of the units would crap out on day 31. Tongue  Not meant to be negative towards the product manufacture, but more so a reflection of my actual luck with mining parts.

Mattzees -- Yep, following that thread as well as this one.  Yeah as much as I would love to get in on this, the more and more I reflect on it, the more I think its better to wait till mid/late Feb to see what happens then.  Gridseed may have something new out...that and (fingers crossed) there's also projects out there by Fibbonacci and Flower which in theory will kick-off Q2 which could be comparable...Ultimately my goal is to identify a strategy I feel comfortable with so I come May time frame I'll be off my hot GPU rig and onto ASIC/FPGA solutions instead for the same 3MH.

Why not pick up some shares of FAS...
I'll take care of the heat and broken GPU's for you...
https://cryptostocks.com/securities/87

I think it would be something to consider as part of a diversified approach to cryptos....at this time, I'm tapped out of coinage...so perhaps in the future, I've got it bookmarked!

Also, I think part of the fun of cryptos is the actual mining.  Setting up my GPU-based rig, getting it stable, optimized, etc. was truckloads of fun and a great way to learn...so I'm not just in this entirely to make $$$$$ but also participate in the community as well....

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Guys,
I am trying to keep an eye to all the project based on the gridseed chips and the distributors and/or resellers...

Litecoin forum: https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6506.0

I believe cybtc.com is a reseller of the round 5-chip miners:

http://cybtc.com/it618_scoremall-scoremall_page.html?pid=36

YES,we are a reseller of the round 5-chip miners









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February 11, 2014, 03:22:14 PM
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Hello, i am from china mainland and knew something about gridchip.

I saw a lot of people bought the dualminer from the lightingasic.com, but I checked the official website and was unable to get that website in the approved seller list.

see this link (http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=18&extra=page%3D1) about the introduction of gridseed an the only legal seller. Please take care of that website (it seems that they rebrand gripchip set as lm6a/lm10a).

--------------------------------------------------------------

Here the legal distributor/reseller approved by gridchip:

http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=19&fromuid=1

(you can use google translator for chinese)
People have received what they have ordered from lightingasic.com, so what´s the problem? I don't know this situation exactly, but in China lot of companies sell products from different factories and only few are "authorized", most are "agents". I have done years of business with chinese companies and generally no problems at all.
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February 11, 2014, 03:36:45 PM
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Hello, i am from china mainland and knew something about gridchip.

I saw a lot of people bought the dualminer from the lightingasic.com, but I checked the official website and was unable to get that website in the approved seller list.

see this link (http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=18&extra=page%3D1) about the introduction of gridseed an the only legal seller. Please take care of that website (it seems that they rebrand gripchip set as lm6a/lm10a).

--------------------------------------------------------------

Here the legal distributor/reseller approved by gridchip:

http://bbs.diginforce.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=19&fromuid=1

(you can use google translator for chinese)
People have received what they have ordered from lightingasic.com, so what´s the problem? I don't know this situation exactly, but in China lot of companies sell products from different factories and only few are "authorized", most are "agents". I have done years of business with chinese companies and generally no problems at all.

Here is the only place supported by gridchip development team:
http://cybtc.com/forum-83-1.html

Here is the latest announcement from gridchip dev team:
http://cybtc.com/thread-5952-1-1.html

This chip is only owned and produced by gridchip and there is no different factories to make different dualminer. If lightingasic.com is not the valid reseller, which means that it got the dualminers from public selling channel and no direct technical support and warranty. You got the problem from miner and you had to send them to lightingasic and then lightingasic sent them to official company. Lighting has no the stable source of good, which means the ship date will also be impacted.

BTW: cybtc.com is the valid reseller and approved by official. It has 5 dualminer sets quota each day since now. LOL. You can count the result by the selling date(last column of this link: http://cybtc.com/it618_scoremall-scoremall_page.html?pid=36)
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February 11, 2014, 10:03:02 PM
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I dont really care if some company is official reseller or not. I just want good price and fine delivery.
If one unit fails, who cares to send back. Maybe a bit different if whole set fails, but I dont think so.
Buy from where you want. However sometimes small sellers are able to offer faster delivery and even better customer service than
big companies. Just my two coins.
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my only/main problem with buying them is that it isnt profitable for me todo.

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my only/main problem with buying them is that it isnt profitable for me todo.
It is mining dogecoin.   Wink
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February 12, 2014, 08:15:58 PM
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Guys,
I am trying to keep an eye to all the project based on the gridseed chips and the distributors and/or resellers...

Litecoin forum: https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=6506.0

I believe cybtc.com is a reseller of the round 5-chip miners:

http://cybtc.com/it618_scoremall-scoremall_page.html?pid=36

YES,we are a reseller of the round 5-chip miners











sorry i kaint spaek Cheinese ~ how much? ...can i get them in California? =) x--many thanks!!
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