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October 31, 2018, 05:58:06 PM
Last edit: October 31, 2018, 06:12:18 PM by melpheos
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those of you that have these

are you actually managing to mine any obscure coin and move to ROI or is that a non-issue now...in that you are still

trying to tweak/develop card or firmware etc?

just curious if the $3.5k USD bet has at least started to pay back for those who have a card

thanks

brad

If there is no change in the market, ROI should be around a year (excluded power) but with the massive MTBF of those cards, it should be OK.
It obviously paid off for people who were mining with FPGA last year
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November 02, 2018, 02:36:47 PM
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UPDATE:

We're in the final test stages of our newest release of minerator, BMC firmware (which includes some critical fixes), and lyra2z design (60~ Mh/s @ 250~ Watts). To operate the lyra2z 60Mh/s you will need to first update your BMC firmware with our patch tool and minerator software. There are incompatibilities between the old and new version due to the fixes incorporated. We will be posting files, download links and instructions soon.

New features to this release of minerator include

  • Auto-clock adjustment
  • Auto-voltage adjustment
  • API Interface on the software side
  • Additional hardware monitoring
  • Fixes for several known bugs of the previous release

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November 04, 2018, 05:05:45 PM
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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
OBJ Files: https://ufile.io/j58do

Nice, just need someone to print two of these now (found a company but they are asking a ludicrous 384€ to print one)
Where do you live ? Maybe I can help you.
Doubt so, i'm in France but i found a DIY Hobby house which can provide the service for 12€/hour (filament included)
No idea how long it takes to print the model

Took me 18 hours on the first one. Going to redesign soon as this model is too long for open air cases. I'm also getting pricing from some companies who do plastic injection molding. We might be able to get a bunch of them made at a low price and sell them for much less than the 216€ they want to make a single one.






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November 07, 2018, 12:13:56 PM
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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
OBJ Files: https://ufile.io/j58do

Nice, just need someone to print two of these now (found a company but they are asking a ludicrous 384€ to print one)
Where do you live ? Maybe I can help you.
Doubt so, i'm in France but i found a DIY Hobby house which can provide the service for 12€/hour (filament included)
No idea how long it takes to print the model

Took me 18 hours on the first one. Going to redesign soon as this model is too long for open air cases. I'm also getting pricing from some companies who do plastic injection molding. We might be able to get a bunch of them made at a low price and sell them for much less than the 216€ they want to make a single one.

Should I hold my friend to print the previous version ?
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November 08, 2018, 07:24:24 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
OBJ Files: https://ufile.io/j58do

Nice, just need someone to print two of these now (found a company but they are asking a ludicrous 384€ to print one)
Where do you live ? Maybe I can help you.
Doubt so, i'm in France but i found a DIY Hobby house which can provide the service for 12€/hour (filament included)
No idea how long it takes to print the model

Took me 18 hours on the first one. Going to redesign soon as this model is too long for open air cases. I'm also getting pricing from some companies who do plastic injection molding. We might be able to get a bunch of them made at a low price and sell them for much less than the 216€ they want to make a single one.

Should I hold my friend to print the previous version ?

Ya, my design is not ideal due to backflow of air. Conlaeb on discord is continuing the mission to create a duct.

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November 08, 2018, 01:20:21 PM
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Ya, my design is not ideal due to backflow of air. Conlaeb on discord is continuing the mission to create a duct.
I dont think you can escape backflow when you reduce a 120 aperture down to a few cm* few cm with an average fan (no high pressure)
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November 08, 2018, 03:41:52 PM
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Oh shoot! I think I screwed up my FPGA order, it came today and it doesn't have a fan!! Can someone help me please? Do I need to order this to attach to it?

https://store.mineority.io/sqrl/bcu1525-active-heat-sink/
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November 08, 2018, 04:27:25 PM
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Oh shoot! I think I screwed up my FPGA order, it came today and it doesn't have a fan!! Can someone help me please? Do I need to order this to attach to it?

https://store.mineority.io/sqrl/bcu1525-active-heat-sink/

Might be better off adding a fan yourself (see 3D printing discussion). Lots of people have made their own fan ducting out of cardboard as an interim measure, seems to work pretty well.

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November 08, 2018, 04:56:47 PM
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I looked a bit in chat and see the 3d printer discussion.. might be perfect because a local friend has recently got into 3d printing with his own! but it looks like you guys are updating the model so maybe I should wait
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November 08, 2018, 07:48:39 PM
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I looked a bit in chat and see the 3d printer discussion.. might be perfect because a local friend has recently got into 3d printing with his own! but it looks like you guys are updating the model so maybe I should wait

Ghetto shroud in the interim.

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November 09, 2018, 06:13:06 PM
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Cardboard seems to work better than the duct I made. The other thing that seems to work pretty well is that compressed cardboard stuff you get in the 'projects' section of lowes / home depot lumber area. It's easy to work with and you can quickly cut out forms that would enclose all the cards.


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November 20, 2018, 09:36:06 PM
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any timeline on bitstreams for monero being released?

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November 22, 2018, 07:14:43 AM
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Are you still doing refunds for the fpga orders?
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December 05, 2018, 05:44:05 PM
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https://store.squirrelsresearch.com/sqrl/bcu1525-active-heat-sink/

Any news on the SQRL "Active Heatsink" fan attachment orders? I have had 2 BCU's delivered with the standard heatsink with no fan and ordered 2 of the active heatsinks.. says estimated delivery in 2018 and in stock now

I heard these might of been only for factory install... if thats the case, can I get a refund (and I can buy some delta fans instead)? Otherwise I'm looking forward to them being shipped so I can use my BCU's
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December 05, 2018, 06:16:02 PM
Last edit: December 05, 2018, 07:39:20 PM by senseless
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Are you still doing refunds for the fpga orders?

No, *almost* everything should have shipped (according to SQRL), and what hasn't shipped is supposed to be shipped this week.

If you haven't received yet send an email to sales@fpga.land with the relevant information and we'll check it out.

https://store.squirrelsresearch.com/sqrl/bcu1525-active-heat-sink/

Any news on the SQRL "Active Heatsink" fan attachment orders? I have had 2 BCU's delivered with the standard heatsink with no fan and ordered 2 of the active heatsinks.. says estimated delivery in 2018 and in stock now

I heard these might of been only for factory install... if thats the case, can I get a refund (and I can buy some delta fans instead)? Otherwise I'm looking forward to them being shipped so I can use my BCU's

I do not have any knowledge of the active cooling deliveries. I'm not sure if they're in stock or not. You would need to check with SQRL by filing a ticket in their store https://store.squirrelsresearch.com

any timeline on bitstreams for monero being released?

I do not have any timelines. SQRL was delivering the monero bitstream. The lyra2z we were publishing has been released. You can register at https://all-mine.co/

We're working closely with community developers and are expecting to have 3 new bitstreams for mining soon. The 3 bitstreams have been validated as working - we're now working to make them go faster.

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December 05, 2018, 08:10:27 PM
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Cardboard seems to work better than the duct I made. The other thing that seems to work pretty well is that compressed cardboard stuff you get in the 'projects' section of lowes / home depot lumber area. It's easy to work with and you can quickly cut out forms that would enclose all the cards.

Looking for an efficient air duct design, any luck on a redesign of yours or maybe you could point me to someone?
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December 06, 2018, 04:24:41 PM
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Cardboard seems to work better than the duct I made. The other thing that seems to work pretty well is that compressed cardboard stuff you get in the 'projects' section of lowes / home depot lumber area. It's easy to work with and you can quickly cut out forms that would enclose all the cards.

Looking for an efficient air duct design, any luck on a redesign of yours or maybe you could point me to someone?

You'll want to hop on discord and speak with @Conlaeb#4993 -- He has a number of designs


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December 06, 2018, 05:14:06 PM
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Cardboard seems to work better than the duct I made. The other thing that seems to work pretty well is that compressed cardboard stuff you get in the 'projects' section of lowes / home depot lumber area. It's easy to work with and you can quickly cut out forms that would enclose all the cards.

Looking for an efficient air duct design, any luck on a redesign of yours or maybe you could point me to someone?

You'll want to hop on discord and speak with @Conlaeb#4993 -- He has a number of designs



I've already spoken with him, got the recommended files, and had my friend 3D Print me the fan enclosure.. Looks good but I need a stronger fan like the high RPM delta ones, the regular 1800rpm case fans are not enough

Here's the download link to the 3d print files he gave me: http://www.filedropper.com/cacheflowducts

He recommended me (and I used) type D
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December 10, 2018, 02:25:45 PM
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Cardboard seems to work better than the duct I made. The other thing that seems to work pretty well is that compressed cardboard stuff you get in the 'projects' section of lowes / home depot lumber area. It's easy to work with and you can quickly cut out forms that would enclose all the cards.

Looking for an efficient air duct design, any luck on a redesign of yours or maybe you could point me to someone?

You'll want to hop on discord and speak with @Conlaeb#4993 -- He has a number of designs



I've already spoken with him, got the recommended files, and had my friend 3D Print me the fan enclosure.. Looks good but I need a stronger fan like the high RPM delta ones, the regular 1800rpm case fans are not enough

Here's the download link to the 3d print files he gave me: http://www.filedropper.com/cacheflowducts

He recommended me (and I used) type D

Thanks, it looks awesome.
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December 16, 2018, 04:54:32 PM
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Announcement:

#1) The amoveo bitstream for the BCU-1525 has been released. You can create your configuration at https://miner.all-mine.co/

#2) We have completed work to build the shell for the CVP-13. We will start compiling bitstreams for this device soon.

#3) We have additional bitstreams (tribus and dmd-gr) coming shortly and have started working on putting together PHI2.

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