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Author Topic: [Antminer S1 Sales open] Price changes daily, now 0.414 BTC for 180GH/s  (Read 346282 times)
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April 09, 2014, 09:35:18 AM
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it make no sense...
i have 25 ANTs and buying and buying to catch the dificulty...
in the end:
 i don`t have bitcoins  >:(and only lot of hardware with bad hash power Huh...
bitcoin only fall down ...brrrrrr


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April 09, 2014, 09:43:59 AM
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Anyone able to give me an indication of how long one of these would take to ship to Perth, Western Australia?

Thanks.

I ordered mine on Saturday left China Monday and it was delivered on Wednesday to Sydney using UPS just the UPS guy delivered it to next door instead of my unit.

Just ordered a 2nd unit today



Wow, that's quick.  What about price on goods declaration, am keen to buy two, but wont if I end up getting slugged by Customs.

Thanks

Australia has no fees for goods under $1000 so no worries
hence retailers kicking up a stink

if you want I could organise something as I have an office NoR

All good, will order 2 next week - will probably sell one on ebay to recoup some outlay Cheesy


I ordered my second today, the first I ordered on the Friday and got it on the Monday in Sydney... super fast Smiley

Cheers sla73
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Last edit: April 09, 2014, 10:05:57 AM by samsonn25
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it make no sense...
i have 25 ANTs and buying and buying to catch the dificulty...
in the end:
 i don`t have bitcoins  >:(and only lot of hardware with bad hash power Huh...
bitcoin only fall down ...brrrrrr



Dont feel bad,  Carlson's  BitFury mine in Washington was making $8 Million a month in Early January when difficulty was 1.7 Billion and BTC price was $840 , but now only makes $1 Million a month @ 6.1 Billion difficulty.  And the electricity there is dirt cheap 9.5 cents a kwh
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April 09, 2014, 11:26:22 AM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

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April 09, 2014, 12:49:47 PM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

This 1300 watt gold for $240 + shipping (free if you are premier) runs 3xS1s in OC mode w/ room to spare.  Less cables, one less power cord.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182063

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April 09, 2014, 01:01:31 PM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

This 1300 watt gold for $240 + shipping (free if you are premier) runs 3xS1s in OC mode w/ room to spare.  Less cables, one less power cord.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182063

M

 A nice find. I wonder how much more power it spends. then the pair of seasonics do.  As it is a gold vs a plat.   it would be loaded to 1200/1300 vs 1150/1500

and it would not max your 15 amp circuit   15 x 120 = 1800 x 75 percent = 1296 watts   some say 80 percent of 1800 is acceptable  for constant run so that comes to 1440 watts.  I would still take the seasonics but your pick is nice.

Even if you do not file the rebate the seasonics come to 119 free ship  so 2 are 238 vs 240 + shipping

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April 09, 2014, 01:03:02 PM
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Better to just buy from pbmining. Less trouble

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April 09, 2014, 01:25:08 PM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

This 1300 watt gold for $240 + shipping (free if you are premier) runs 3xS1s in OC mode w/ room to spare.  Less cables, one less power cord.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182063

M

 A nice find. I wonder how much more power it spends. then the pair of seasonics do.  As it is a gold vs a plat.   it would be loaded to 1200/1300 vs 1150/1500

and it would not max your 15 amp circuit   15 x 120 = 1800 x 75 percent = 1296 watts   some say 80 percent of 1800 is acceptable  for constant run so that comes to 1440 watts.  I would still take the seasonics but your pick is nice.

Even if you do not file the rebate the seasonics come to 119 free ship  so 2 are 238 vs 240 + shipping

I'm using the Lightning 1300 here.  According to my Kill A Watt, 3 of them OCd pull 10.65 amps @ 114v using 1212 watts.

The 12V rail can feed 108A.  An OC'd Ant runs around 33-34A, so there's a little headroom.

M

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April 09, 2014, 01:28:51 PM
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Better to just buy from pbmining. Less trouble
amusing when newbies throwing stuff like that one above.
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April 09, 2014, 02:01:13 PM
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The miner in me wants to buy more but with a 40% increase\month for difficulty the best this thing is going to do is lose you $88 per unit.
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April 09, 2014, 03:15:00 PM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

This 1300 watt gold for $240 + shipping (free if you are premier) runs 3xS1s in OC mode w/ room to spare.  Less cables, one less power cord.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182063

M

 A nice find. I wonder how much more power it spends. then the pair of seasonics do.  As it is a gold vs a plat.   it would be loaded to 1200/1300 vs 1150/1500

and it would not max your 15 amp circuit   15 x 120 = 1800 x 75 percent = 1296 watts   some say 80 percent of 1800 is acceptable  for constant run so that comes to 1440 watts.  I would still take the seasonics but your pick is nice.

Even if you do not file the rebate the seasonics come to 119 free ship  so 2 are 238 vs 240 + shipping

I'm using the Lightning 1300 here.  According to my Kill A Watt, 3 of them OCd pull 10.65 amps @ 114v using 1212 watts.

The 12V rail can feed 108A.  An OC'd Ant runs around 33-34A, so there's a little headroom.

M

OK...maybe this is a noob question, but i have been getting my PSUs from NewEgg as well (my all time favorite seller of computer parts and various electronic gizmos).  However, I've been buying name brand PSUs in the 500-550W range.  One Thermaltake for $34 after rebate, one Corsair for $30 after rebate and I'm about to buy an EVGA for $30 after rebate -- all with free shipping.  Link for EVGA PSU here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016

They all have 3+ year warranties and the two I own seem to work just fine with the S1 (admittedly I have not yet overclocked the two I own so far)...why are you all buying the big power supplies to run multiple miners?  It seems to me if a big PSU does fail, you have multiple miners out of commission. Maybe I'm missing something?
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April 09, 2014, 03:15:50 PM
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The miner in me wants to buy more but with a 40% increase\month for difficulty the best this thing is going to do is lose you $88 per unit.

Every time another price drop gets me close to pulling the trigger on buying a S1 I read something like this and then go run the bitcoinwisdom calculator again for myself.  That always stops me dead from spending any money.  Too bad, I'd love to have one of these running in the corner of my office at home but not with the numbers I'm seeing.

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April 09, 2014, 03:30:25 PM
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S1 is out of stock currently , all orders placed on April 9th Beijing time will be shipped out as soon as possible.
next batch of S1 will be in stock in two days.
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April 09, 2014, 03:32:07 PM
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S1 is out of stock currently , all orders placed in the past one day will be shipped out as soon as possible.
next batch of S1 will be in stock in two days.
 Smiley Smiley

Can you please comment on the U-line?  I still have buyers lined up for the smaller units.
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April 09, 2014, 03:42:39 PM
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S1 is out of stock currently , all orders placed on April 9th Beijing time will be shipped out as soon as possible.
next batch of S1 will be in stock in two days.
 Smiley Smiley

You guys and your re-sellers like NinjaTech (Jonathan is great) seem to be one of the only companies out there that consistently gets us miners and communicates with this forum; and on a regular bases. Thank you for that, the customer loyalty you are building will go a long ways in the future as Bitcoin grows. The fantastic customer service, website tracking and on time products you provided compared to scam companies like BFL will be remembered by this community for a very long time.

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PS. Got my S1 ordered today at 6 am for 0.893 BTC before cut off. Yea buddy!!!
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April 09, 2014, 05:23:55 PM
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OK...maybe this is a noob question, but i have been getting my PSUs from NewEgg as well (my all time favorite seller of computer parts and various electronic gizmos).  However, I've been buying name brand PSUs in the 500-550W range.  One Thermaltake for $34 after rebate, one Corsair for $30 after rebate and I'm about to buy an EVGA for $30 after rebate -- all with free shipping.  Link for EVGA PSU here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016

They all have 3+ year warranties and the two I own seem to work just fine with the S1 (admittedly I have not yet overclocked the two I own so far)...why are you all buying the big power supplies to run multiple miners?  It seems to me if a big PSU does fail, you have multiple miners out of commission. Maybe I'm missing something?

There are a few reasons why I do it.

1 - fewer power supplies means less cables, less outlets, and more space for airflow to keep the Ants cool
2 - gold rated means more efficient.  with my electricity costs, running 3 OC'd Ants on one gold PS costs about $100 a month.  At 90% efficiency, about $10 goes to the power supply as heat, not doing anything for me.  At 80%, that's $20 a month down the drain.  That's $120 more a year, per set of 3 Ants.  Note that both efficiencies are rounded.  The rosewill 1300 I use is quoted as "of at least 87%".  The EVGA you list is quoted as "with up to 80% efficiency".
3 - I have large power supplies left from prior mining projects
4 - more expensive usually means higher quality.  My rosewill PS has a 7 year warranty on it.  I don't expect it to die anytime soon.  In the event it does, I have a spare one on standby. Smiley

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April 09, 2014, 09:44:03 PM
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A note a very good psu is on sale for USA buyers.  the seasonic plat 760 watt can be had for 99 usd with a coupon and a code.




http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120


http://images10.newegg.com/uploadfilesfornewegg/rebate/SH/Seasonic17-151-120April9April1014HN82.pdf  rebate form


Promo Code: EXLEMC2254  35 usd off.


this psu will run 1.5 s-1's  on a 393 freq/195gh

so 2 of these   would run 3 machine s-1's with very low watts about  1150-1180  measured by a k watt meter

rebate is only good for 1 not 2 so if you want 2 you pay 99 for one and 119 for the other.  total of 218    and you get yourself a 1500 watt psu setup with a 7 year warranty.  

no 1200 watt plat can be had for 218 and no 1500 watt plat costs 299

This 1300 watt gold for $240 + shipping (free if you are premier) runs 3xS1s in OC mode w/ room to spare.  Less cables, one less power cord.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182063

M

 A nice find. I wonder how much more power it spends. then the pair of seasonics do.  As it is a gold vs a plat.   it would be loaded to 1200/1300 vs 1150/1500

and it would not max your 15 amp circuit   15 x 120 = 1800 x 75 percent = 1296 watts   some say 80 percent of 1800 is acceptable  for constant run so that comes to 1440 watts.  I would still take the seasonics but your pick is nice.

Even if you do not file the rebate the seasonics come to 119 free ship  so 2 are 238 vs 240 + shipping

I'm using the Lightning 1300 here.  According to my Kill A Watt, 3 of them OCd pull 10.65 amps @ 114v using 1212 watts.

The 12V rail can feed 108A.  An OC'd Ant runs around 33-34A, so there's a little headroom.

M

OK...maybe this is a noob question, but i have been getting my PSUs from NewEgg as well (my all time favorite seller of computer parts and various electronic gizmos).  However, I've been buying name brand PSUs in the 500-550W range.  One Thermaltake for $34 after rebate, one Corsair for $30 after rebate and I'm about to buy an EVGA for $30 after rebate -- all with free shipping.  Link for EVGA PSU here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016

They all have 3+ year warranties and the two I own seem to work just fine with the S1 (admittedly I have not yet overclocked the two I own so far)...why are you all buying the big power supplies to run multiple miners?  It seems to me if a big PSU does fail, you have multiple miners out of commission. Maybe I'm missing something?

How are you running an Ant on this PSU Huh It has only 1 PCIE cable with 2 connectors............you using a dual 4pin molex to 6pin PCIE adapter,or both blades on the one cable Huh  Not a good idea if you are  Roll Eyes

I prefer the Corsair CX600,it has 2 separate PCIE cables.So does the CX500  Wink 

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April 09, 2014, 11:16:17 PM
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S1 is out of stock currently , all orders placed on April 9th Beijing time will be shipped out as soon as possible. next batch of S1 will be in stock in two days.
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April 09, 2014, 11:24:56 PM
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S1 is out of stock currently , all orders placed on April 9th Beijing time will be shipped out as soon as possible. next batch of S1 will be in stock in two days.
Does that mean people who ordered on April 9th got in before the stock ran out?

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OK...maybe this is a noob question, but i have been getting my PSUs from NewEgg as well (my all time favorite seller of computer parts and various electronic gizmos).  However, I've been buying name brand PSUs in the 500-550W range.  One Thermaltake for $34 after rebate, one Corsair for $30 after rebate and I'm about to buy an EVGA for $30 after rebate -- all with free shipping.  Link for EVGA PSU here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016

They all have 3+ year warranties and the two I own seem to work just fine with the S1 (admittedly I have not yet overclocked the two I own so far)...why are you all buying the big power supplies to run multiple miners?  It seems to me if a big PSU does fail, you have multiple miners out of commission. Maybe I'm missing something?

How are you running an Ant on this PSU Huh It has only 1 PCIE cable with 2 connectors............you using a dual 4pin molex to 6pin PCIE adapter,or both blades on the one cable Huh  Not a good idea if you are  Roll Eyes

I prefer the Corsair CX600,it has 2 separate PCIE cables.So does the CX500  Wink 

I use 2 of those EVGA KR 500 with single 40A rail. Each one running like champs on each their own S1s to power. They are so inexpensive I just cut the CPU plug and spliced it into one of the S1 blade and used the PCI-E plug for the other blade. Running like great 2 months now. Also both S1 over clocked 375. no need to spend top dollar. EVGA make solid PS
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