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June 09, 2018, 03:37:19 PM
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Can I mine with one of these FPGA cards with other GTX 1080ti on the same motherboard?

I have absolutely no experience with FPGAs but I am a very advanced overclocker/watercooler. Just wondering if I can mix up all cards on the same OS.

Also, if I buy one FPGAs, will I be able to receive it if I pay with paypal?
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June 09, 2018, 03:50:11 PM
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Can I mine with one of these FPGA cards with other GTX 1080ti on the same motherboard?

I have absolutely no experience with FPGAs but I am a very advanced overclocker/watercooler. Just wondering if I can mix up all cards on the same OS.

Also, if I buy one FPGAs, will I be able to receive it if I pay with paypal?

The devices from an operational perspective would be identical to a GPU rig.

No, paypal is not happening. We're currently in a legal dispute with them.

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June 09, 2018, 03:53:42 PM
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Can I mine with one of these FPGA cards with other GTX 1080ti on the same motherboard?

I have absolutely no experience with FPGAs but I am a very advanced overclocker/watercooler. Just wondering if I can mix up all cards on the same OS.

Also, if I buy one FPGAs, will I be able to receive it if I pay with paypal?

The devices from an operational perspective would be identical to a GPU rig.

No, paypal is not happening. We're currently in a legal dispute with them.


How can I buy one then?

So I would need linux to run lets say 7 x GTX 1080tis and 2 x FPGAs? and I would be doing fine?
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June 09, 2018, 04:14:02 PM
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Can I mine with one of these FPGA cards with other GTX 1080ti on the same motherboard?

I have absolutely no experience with FPGAs but I am a very advanced overclocker/watercooler. Just wondering if I can mix up all cards on the same OS.

Also, if I buy one FPGAs, will I be able to receive it if I pay with paypal?

The devices from an operational perspective would be identical to a GPU rig.

No, paypal is not happening. We're currently in a legal dispute with them.


How can I buy one then?

So I would need linux to run lets say 7 x GTX 1080tis and 2 x FPGAs? and I would be doing fine?

We're currently accepting bank wires and crypto payments. You can order on the website at https://fpga.land/




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June 09, 2018, 05:16:30 PM
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How can I buy one then?

So I would need linux to run lets say 7 x GTX 1080tis and 2 x FPGAs? and I would be doing fine?

We're currently accepting bank wires and crypto payments. You can order on the website at https://fpga.land/

@senseless,Could you please clarify, are we now talking about  boards coming in August? Or about those in stock? Cause  I remember GPUHoarder wrote  a couple days ago you guys had some 200 pieces in stock... I guess those were sold out during that rush that I missed yesterday.
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June 09, 2018, 05:20:40 PM
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How can I buy one then?

So I would need linux to run lets say 7 x GTX 1080tis and 2 x FPGAs? and I would be doing fine?

We're currently accepting bank wires and crypto payments. You can order on the website at https://fpga.land/

@senseless,Could you please clarify, are we now talking about  boards coming in August? Or about those in stock? Cause  I remember GPUHoarder wrote  a couple days ago you guys had some 200 pieces in stock... I guess those were sold those out yesterday?



Yes, August 2018 delivery, we had a large 1K order cancel. They weren't able to complete payment in the time frame. So, these devices are going to the community Smiley


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June 09, 2018, 05:23:20 PM
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Thanks a lot!
Also, I am a little worried about getting those per mail. I do not know if carriers even can  offer insurance that covers a single board. How were you guys plannibg to ship those? UPS, Fedex?
PS:I will need those to be shipped to Canada, if that matters. But I can pick it up as well from an american address if you ship it to a US address only.

Thanks in advance
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June 09, 2018, 05:35:09 PM
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@senseless FYI - it looks like my PayPal payment was processed with no issues. Marked as completed. Wonder what their criteria was for blocking payments.

It’s a long list. Basically amounts to “this is unusual and seems like something we don’t understand so we’re shutting it down”

Did you guys give them a heads up that you guys will be selling products soon and that they will be expecting an influx of $100k+ transactions soon? Or else, they might think it's fraud or money laundering if caught by surprised.

Yes, and I called two of my business account reps for our main business account and intro’d the new account and purpose. We gave them  contact with our Xilinx reps. Didn’t matter. ~$1M seized for 6 months.

Our lawyers are working on it.

I saw a youtube video similar to this. The guy bought a bunch of batteries or something for a group buy and was accepted all the payment through paypal.

He was out like $100k for months.

Screw Paypal, use crypro.
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June 09, 2018, 05:35:38 PM
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You realize, I HAVE POSTED FUNCTIONAL SOURCE CODE SO ANYONE CAN MINE ON AMAZON F1 FPGA. Correct?

You realize, I HAVE POSTED FUNCTIONAL SOURCE CODE SO ANYONE CAN COMPILE ON THEIR VCU1525. Correct?


Hi, I didn't realize that you posted your source. Would you please direct me to the download links? Thanks.
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June 09, 2018, 05:46:28 PM
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when i want to mine x16r,need 2 cards? Huh Huh Huh
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June 09, 2018, 05:52:22 PM
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UPDATE:

We have a lot of support tickets to work through. Please give us some time. All your funds are secure. If you have a partial crypto payment, or multiple crypto payments. Enter a support ticket and I'll be in contact with you ASAP.


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June 09, 2018, 06:04:20 PM
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@senseless,
if a delivery address is in US or Canada, but i pay with wire transfer  from a European bank account, I do not have to pay a European VAT do I?
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June 09, 2018, 06:08:21 PM
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@senseless,
if a delivery address is in US or Canada, but i pay with wire transfer  from a European bank account, I do not have to pay a European VAT do I?

I'd recommend you pay by crypto.

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June 09, 2018, 06:17:08 PM
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@senseless,
if a delivery address is in US or Canada, but i pay with wire transfer  from a European bank account, I do not have to pay a European VAT do I?

I'd recommend you pay by crypto.

VAT is due in the country of delivery, what has to be taken into account is the country of delivery (actual shipping adress) and nothing else.
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what is this "brake pedal" you speak of?


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June 09, 2018, 06:26:01 PM
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UPDATE:

We have a lot of support tickets to work through. Please give us some time. All your funds are secure. If you have a partial crypto payment, or multiple crypto payments. Enter a support ticket and I'll be in contact with you ASAP.

basically as long as my order says


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Your order is confirmed

We've accepted your order, and we're getting it ready. Come back to this page for updates on your order status.

im good, right?

(paid in crypto btw)
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June 09, 2018, 06:31:30 PM
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@senseless,
if a delivery address is in US or Canada, but i pay with wire transfer  from a European bank account, I do not have to pay a European VAT do I?

I'd recommend you pay by crypto.

VAT is due in the country of delivery, what has to be taken into account is the country of delivery (actual shipping adress) and nothing else.

I was recommending he pay by crypto because when I verify his account it's not going to look good.


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June 09, 2018, 06:32:23 PM
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UPDATE:

We have a lot of support tickets to work through. Please give us some time. All your funds are secure. If you have a partial crypto payment, or multiple crypto payments. Enter a support ticket and I'll be in contact with you ASAP.

basically as long as my order says


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Your order is confirmed

We've accepted your order, and we're getting it ready. Come back to this page for updates on your order status.

im good, right?

(paid in crypto btw)


Yes if you're confirmed you're good. There are a lot of people making multiple transactions and double spend attempts (maybe to increase fee, maybe to try to cancel it, I don't know), etc. Makes verification an absolute nightmare. I wish everyone would just do it properly instead of sending coins from multiple sources and making me spend this beautiful saturday here infront of my computer answering support tickets.



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June 09, 2018, 06:35:27 PM
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UPDATE:

We understand that wire transfers take time. You only need to send a copy of your documentation to sales@all-mine.co so we can identify which wire is yours when it is received. 2-3 days is a normal bank wire transfer time. If your wire is in, you're fine. We're giving everyone ample time to make their wires.


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June 09, 2018, 06:36:29 PM
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You realize, I HAVE POSTED FUNCTIONAL SOURCE CODE SO ANYONE CAN MINE ON AMAZON F1 FPGA. Correct?

You realize, I HAVE POSTED FUNCTIONAL SOURCE CODE SO ANYONE CAN COMPILE ON THEIR VCU1525. Correct?


Hi, I didn't realize that you posted your source. Would you please direct me to the download links? Thanks.

Search the discord chat for "aws-keccak.zip"


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June 09, 2018, 06:37:29 PM
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when i want to mine x16r,need 2 cards? Huh Huh Huh

I've not done any work on X16R. You're asking about a design another community developer has created. You'll need to talk to them about it. These devices are like GPUs. You're going to have a LOT of people providing software support for them.

We are only able to talk about the work we've done on lyra2z and cnv1


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