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January 08, 2012, 09:23:14 AM
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Here are my 2 fpga's with the 166 bitstream with default interval:

Code:
Run Summary:
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Device: 0
Serial: AH00WI18
JTAG chain: 2
Number of FPGAs: 2
Running time: 1d19m59s
Getwork interval: 20 secs
Chain 0:
  Accepted: 2766
  Rejected: 72 (2.54%)
  Invalid: 171 (5.68%)
  Accepted hashrate: 135.61 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 139.14 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ invalids: 147.52 MH/s
Chain 1:
  Accepted: 2813
  Rejected: 59 (2.05%)
  Invalid: 187 (6.11%)
  Accepted hashrate: 137.92 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 140.81 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ invalids: 149.98 MH/s
Total hashrate for device: 273.53 MH/s / 279.95 MH/s / 297.51 MH/s

Code:
Run Summary:
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Device: 1
Serial: AH00WOWD
JTAG chain: 2
Number of FPGAs: 2
Running time: 1d19m54s
Getwork interval: 20 secs
Chain 0:
  Accepted: 2784
  Rejected: 84 (2.93%)
  Invalid: 169 (5.56%)
  Accepted hashrate: 136.50 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 140.62 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ invalids: 148.91 MH/s
Chain 1:
  Accepted: 2794
  Rejected: 86 (2.99%)
  Invalid: 146 (4.82%)
  Accepted hashrate: 136.99 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 141.21 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ invalids: 148.37 MH/s
Total hashrate for device: 273.50 MH/s / 281.83 MH/s / 297.28 MH/s

I'm not sure why I'm having such high invalids.

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January 08, 2012, 10:03:20 AM
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I'm seeing 310 MH/s and 2.8% rejected, running for > 12 hours, at DoubleC's 4 coin merged pool
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January 08, 2012, 01:20:31 PM
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after getwork 15s (-i 15)
312.49 MH/s | 0: 105/2/0 1.9% | 1: 124/5/0 3.9% | 53m55s

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January 08, 2012, 07:31:10 PM
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FPGA card standoff/jackscrew stacking kits are now available. Here's the link: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=60


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January 08, 2012, 07:35:58 PM
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Other accessories:

10-Port powered USB hub: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=55


8-Slot Molex splitter: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=51


USB cables: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=54


24-pin PSU dummy plug: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=13&products_id=45


20-pin PSU dummy plug: http://cablesaurus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=13&products_id=44




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January 09, 2012, 01:11:10 AM
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after getwork 15s (-i 15)
312.49 MH/s | 0: 105/2/0 1.9% | 1: 124/5/0 3.9% | 53m55s

Thanks, this brought my rejected rate down from 18%the to 1%. Hashrate is about 315.

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January 09, 2012, 07:32:44 AM
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Hey fizzisist, any chance of getting the hashrate up to ~400 MH like ngzhang's Icarus board? Technically speaking isn't your board supposed to be 20% faster due to the higher -3 fpga speed grade?

Also a standard heatsink + fan cooling solution (optional during purchase) would be really cool. It doesn't have to be crazy or anything just enough to keep the fpga chips running cool at the highest clock currently available (166 if I'm not mistaken).

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January 09, 2012, 12:27:31 PM
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Hey fizzisist, any chance of getting the hashrate up to ~400 MH like ngzhang's Icarus board? Technically speaking isn't your board supposed to be 20% faster due to the higher -3 fpga speed grade?
I'd imagine that is where this will eventually be at. Keep in mind 200MH per S6-3 is the max until someone figures out how to squeeze a third ring in there. (someone is getting closer to that as well)
Also a standard heatsink + fan cooling solution (optional during purchase) would be really cool. It doesn't have to be crazy or anything just enough to keep the fpga chips running cool at the highest clock currently available (166 if I'm not mistaken).

I believe this is in the works after some more testing has been done with the new higher speed.

can't wait. =)

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January 09, 2012, 01:30:35 PM
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I'd imagine that is where this will eventually be at. Keep in mind 200MH per S6-3 is the max until someone figures out how to squeeze a third ring in there. (someone is getting closer to that as well)

That would be nice. Pretty soon these poor little fpgas will start feeling the heat. Makes me wonder if there is a limit to how far you can drive up the clock. Even 166 is pushing it, no?

Also a standard heatsink + fan cooling solution (optional during purchase) would be really cool. It doesn't have to be crazy or anything just enough to keep the fpga chips running cool at the highest clock currently available (166 if I'm not mistaken).

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I believe this is in the works after some more testing has been done with the new higher speed.

can't wait. =)

Same here. I'd also like to see a tri or quad fpga board, and if possible a lower board price, but I know that's difficult given the fact that the Spartan 6's arent' exactly cheap.



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January 09, 2012, 02:24:51 PM
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I'd imagine that is where this will eventually be at. Keep in mind 200MH per S6-3 is the max until someone figures out how to squeeze a third ring in there. (someone is getting closer to that as well)

That would be nice. Pretty soon these poor little fpgas will start feeling the heat. Makes me wonder if there is a limit to how far you can drive up the clock. Even 166 is pushing it, no?

Nah, 166 is perfectly safe. The Ztex board for example is running at 200MHz.  Just a matter of optimizing the board to help draw heat off the chip and top cooling.

The 3 ring core right now is being designed at 161MHz. But thats (161*3)*.5 = 241.5MHs   It is not a certain thing though and still has a ways to go in dev and testing.

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January 09, 2012, 02:32:01 PM
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I'd imagine that is where this will eventually be at. Keep in mind 200MH per S6-3 is the max until someone figures out how to squeeze a third ring in there. (someone is getting closer to that as well)

That would be nice. Pretty soon these poor little fpgas will start feeling the heat. Makes me wonder if there is a limit to how far you can drive up the clock. Even 166 is pushing it, no?

Nah, 166 is perfectly safe. The Ztex board for example is running at 200MHz.  Just a matter of optimizing the board to help draw heat off the chip and top cooling.

The 3 ring core right now is being designed at 161MHz. But thats (161*3)*.5 = 241.5MHs   It is not a certain thing though and still has a ways to go in dev and testing.

Nice - 241 MHs per core would be really sweet. For me at least that means I can replace a 5870 (overclocked modestly to 900 MHz) with one of these boards Smiley

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January 09, 2012, 03:08:15 PM
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Overnight runs with the 166Mhz bitstream on my 2 FPGAs:

Code:
Device: 1
Serial: AH00WOVL
JTAG chain: 2
Number of FPGAs: 2
Running time: 13h50m
Getwork interval: 15 secs
Chain 0:
  Accepted: 1676
  Rejected: 32 (1.87%)
  Invalid: 1 (0.06%)
  Accepted hashrate: 144.48 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 147.24 MH/s
Chain 1:
  Accepted: 1662
  Rejected: 35 (2.06%)
  Invalid: 0 (0.00%)
  Accepted hashrate: 143.27 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 146.29 MH/s
Total hashrate for device: 287.75 MH/s / 293.53 MH/s

Code:
Device: 0
Serial: AH00WOWI
JTAG chain: 2
Number of FPGAs: 2
Running time: 13h51m
Getwork interval: 15 secs
Chain 0:
  Accepted: 1633
  Rejected: 24 (1.45%)
  Invalid: 57 (3.33%)
  Accepted hashrate: 140.65 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 142.71 MH/s
Chain 1:
  Accepted: 1566
  Rejected: 51 (3.15%)
  Invalid: 60 (3.58%)
  Accepted hashrate: 134.88 MH/s
  Hashrate w/ rejects: 139.27 MH/s
Total hashrate for device: 275.53 MH/s / 281.99 MH/s

Mine are basically suspended on top of a giant fan right now, so they are almost chilly to the touch. Little under 300MH/s for me, but error rates are looking good  Grin

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January 09, 2012, 03:17:30 PM
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I'd love for these to be mass produced and prices drop significantly for these X6500 FPGAs.If the price dropped by about 50% I would consider buying one of theses.Is overclocking possible with these (with proper cooling of course)?

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January 09, 2012, 04:50:35 PM
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I'd love for these to be mass produced and prices drop significantly for these X6500 FPGAs.If the price dropped by about 50% I would consider buying one of theses.Is overclocking possible with these (with proper cooling of course)?

Huh? If you have been reading at all you would see all of the talk about the different bitstreams.

And the price will probably not drop 50% anytime soon, unless you are really cozy with the people who actually make the chips and can score us a sweet deal.
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January 09, 2012, 06:02:41 PM
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these boards are much cheaper then development boards,
we can be happy that we have access to this amazing boards

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January 10, 2012, 12:42:04 AM
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I grabbed the latest from github and tried to preprocess the new bitstreams, but I couldn't because I get a divide by zero error where it tries to calculate the speed somewhere.
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January 10, 2012, 01:01:26 AM
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I grabbed the latest from github and tried to preprocess the new bitstreams, but I couldn't because I get a divide by zero error where it tries to calculate the speed somewhere.

I had this issue too. If you use the 0.1.1 version to load the bitstream and then mine with 0.2, it will work. For some reason the error went away here though, not really sure why

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January 10, 2012, 04:00:16 AM
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1 Spartan 6 x150 costs ~175$. X6500 has them 2.
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Dont know why, but Ztex got 200Mhash from 1 spartan.
Why X6500 cant get even close to it ? Is it a hardware or software problem ??
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January 10, 2012, 04:04:27 AM
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Dont know why, but Ztex got 200Mhash from 1 spartan.
Why X6500 cant get even close to it ? Is it a hardware or software problem ??
Ztex has better firmware - better logic to go on the chip itself. The X6500 team just recently (as in, a few days ago) got that logic working on this board, and has gotten it up to 166Mhash/s per chip. Better is possible - 200Mhash/s is possible - but requires more testing from the development team, and certainly would need better cooling than was shipped with the board.

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January 10, 2012, 04:10:18 AM
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Nah, 166 is perfectly safe. The Ztex board for example is running at 200MHz.  Just a matter f optimizing the board to help draw heat off the chip and top cooling.
The 3 ring core right now is being designed at 161MHz. But thats (161*3)*.5 = 241.5MHs   It is not a certain thing though and still has a ways to go in dev and testing.
Nice - 241 MHs per core would be really sweet. For me at least that means I can replace a 5870 (overclocked modestly to 900 MHz) with one of these boards Smiley
I'm fairly doubtful that code is going to get released— he was looking for investors, presumably to fund a private farm with that design. So unless you're planning on duplicating the work yourself (with substantial effort since he appeared to be carefully non-specific about the solutions to the problems he's encountered) don't be counting on running anything based on a three ring design anytime soon. Smiley
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