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July 06, 2018, 04:30:47 AM
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who ever designed these did a huge fail.

but the boss of the company most likely does not give a shit and has his own agenda .

Talk here (mfb) has this unit being viable for an extended Q4 return, essentially banking on a bull run like LY. Where efficiency isn't necessarily desired over total hash. A scenario where miners will plug in every asic available as prices rise for profits. Making these bread winners, only problem is arrival date. Maybe they'll arrive just in time, late, early? It's all luck and speculation. Worth $2k? maybe if you're the type to find that amount in the couch. Then, people paid well over $2k for miners through march batches. Considering perspective it could be seen as a "deal". With shipping and psu for a 3400w flamethrower, this might make a mineral oil cooling set up more efficient. Who though is set up to that on a mass scale to farm with these? Not my single garage.

You have no idea how surprised our team was the b2 was so far out (maybe you do). ...  We may delist in a few weeks, we want to deliver a service and this may not fit our model. Specifically since we can't back up their claims due to lack of interaction to inquiries not just orders.

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August 12, 2018, 05:03:01 PM
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Everyone seen the redesign of the B3 yet? Would love to hear some thoughts.

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August 12, 2018, 05:45:08 PM
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Everyone seen the redesign of the B3 yet? Would love to hear some thoughts.

That miner design triggers OCD. The chips on one side will run hotter. But that does not matter as they do not offer competitive price or efficiency.

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August 12, 2018, 07:45:02 PM
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2k and wait until maybe oct 31 for shipping = bad.

Fans are lopsided = bad

And if btc moons 4 s9i ordered today cost the same.

They do 56 th at the same watts per th as the b3 does 33th.

I can not  create a few cases where the b3 would be better

This is much the same as Avalon 851 it seems to be crazy dumb idea compared to the 841.

So b2 to b3 = dumb
841 to 851 = dumb

I have been breaking my balls trying to get a good setup of the 851s. Compared to the 841s

Step backwards 841=better.   This is first hand testing.

B2 to b3 I am reading specs and looking at photos. But I think it is going to be the same b2 will beat the b3

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New design looks like cry for help. Guess they have to offload it all somehow since more efficient gear has already beaten them to market and at lower cost. 33 TH/s @ 3,417 watts  Shocked

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October 06, 2018, 07:22:50 PM
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my company requested an invoice for 2 samples. they need over 1 month now for calculating "shipping costs". i guess they have some production errors and cant deliver on time. what a mess Cheesy
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