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May 22, 2014, 11:01:24 AM
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Very odd behavior. I don't believe we've seen a drop this far and for so long without Ken adding more hashrate. Maybe a DC migration is in the works?


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May 22, 2014, 01:29:38 PM
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Very odd behavior. I don't believe we've seen a drop this far and for so long without Ken adding more hashrate. Maybe a DC migration is in the works?

Or everyone is sleeping.

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May 22, 2014, 01:35:40 PM
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Ya Dc is on west coast, west coast is sleeping - seems much more likely the power is down than anything else
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May 22, 2014, 01:46:27 PM
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it is not the first time the hashrate become 0. u think it is the third time

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May 22, 2014, 01:46:32 PM
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It has to be an EMP bomb.  There can be no other explanation.

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May 22, 2014, 02:40:29 PM
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Very odd behavior. I don't believe we've seen a drop this far and for so long without Ken adding more hashrate. Maybe a DC migration is in the works?

Or everyone is sleeping.

It would depend on the setup. There should be a number of alarms that go off in the event of a DC power outage (HVAC, Fire Supp. UPS should all be sending e-mails/SMS). Also, the west coast isn't asleep anymore and we're still down. Whatever it is it's taking a while... Hoping for the "not disaster" option.  Wink


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May 22, 2014, 03:00:26 PM
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Very odd behavior. I don't believe we've seen a drop this far and for so long without Ken adding more hashrate. Maybe a DC migration is in the works?

Or everyone is sleeping.

It would depend on the setup. There should be a number of alarms that go off in the event of a DC power outage (HVAC, Fire Supp. UPS should all be sending e-mails/SMS). Also, the west coast isn't asleep anymore and we're still down. Whatever it is it's taking a while... Hoping for the "not disaster" option.  Wink

Most likely a breaker tripped...

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May 22, 2014, 03:22:02 PM
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Very odd behavior. I don't believe we've seen a drop this far and for so long without Ken adding more hashrate. Maybe a DC migration is in the works?

Or everyone is sleeping.

It would depend on the setup. There should be a number of alarms that go off in the event of a DC power outage (HVAC, Fire Supp. UPS should all be sending e-mails/SMS). Also, the west coast isn't asleep anymore and we're still down. Whatever it is it's taking a while... Hoping for the "not disaster" option.  Wink

Most likely a breaker tripped...

And we are back online.
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May 22, 2014, 04:13:59 PM
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Where is my refund?

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2014-02-10 08:13:40 Refund
2013-12-02 16:38:23 Payment accepted
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Awaiting bank wire payment
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Pre-Ordered
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May 22, 2014, 04:24:16 PM
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I kind of said this ages ago but this venture might be coming to an end in the worst possible fashion.. liquidation.
Oh well, the weather is great and i am going for a ride on my new bike i bought yesterday for 4.8 btc, to forget about this. yay!

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May 22, 2014, 04:33:02 PM
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Where is my refund?

Order Reference JWXKFWTOW
2014-02-10 08:13:40 Refund
2013-12-02 16:38:23 Payment accepted
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Awaiting bank wire payment
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Pre-Ordered

if it smells like a troll...
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May 22, 2014, 04:38:21 PM
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Where is my refund?

Order Reference JWXKFWTOW
2014-02-10 08:13:40 Refund
2013-12-02 16:38:23 Payment accepted
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Awaiting bank wire payment
2013-11-21 22:32:12 Pre-Ordered

if it smells like a troll...

Idk, his post history seems genuine. You did look at it, right?

Conversely, "if it smells like share pumping..."

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May 22, 2014, 05:21:37 PM
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If you are wondering why ken has been silent since the 20th...

On the 20th IceDrills main man:
Well, in case you were wondering what Simon was up to in Amsterdam:

http://bit.ly/1i8dcJJ

On the 21st some other folks join in...

Declaration of Gregory Bachrach, Liquidbits CEO (? May 14):
http://bit.ly/TyjpcO

And finally, for the moment, the memorandum summing it up (from Liquidbits' perspective) for the motion it made to hold the bankruptcy hearing earlier.  The motion was granted, and the hearing is tomorrow (Fri 23 May):

http://bit.ly/1hcNofg

Let's play "Where is Ken" - these guys are trying extremely hard to stop some deal...

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May 22, 2014, 05:32:06 PM
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Please do not Quote StuartUK or Minerpart. He has been banned from here due to his inability to control himself.

Regardless of what you write, any post quoting him will be removed.
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May 22, 2014, 05:38:45 PM
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since my post was deleted because i quoted a person that was once one of ActM's greatest supporters here is my response again.  he was claiming that a lot of the boards are coming DOA.


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i really dont think the boards are DOA.  in my experience the design sucks ass and it is VERY difficult to get the cooling attached properly in order to run them at the promised hashrate (specifically speaking about the 750gh Gold Rush boards right now as i have no experience with the prospector).  I have 2 boards, and the 2 different water coolers i have tried (H100 and H80i) both did/can not make close/secure enough contact with the chip using the mounting items included (along with the #8-32 nuts that i had to go purchase myself (ridiculous...)) in order to dissipate heat properly.  so i have them underclocked right now running at only about 450gh per board.  if i remove all mounts and place the water cooler on there by hand and hold it in place i am able to run it at promised spec.  i'm sure if i spent a bunch of time trying to come up with my own rigged-up mount to get the water cooler on there properly i could get the promised 750gh per board.  problem is i dont have a bunch of time to try and make something work, and if a veteran of close to 30 yrs in the IT/hardware field is having a tough time i doubt this is an isolated occurrence.  until Ken either provides custom mounting equipment or a different solution for cooling i fear this will be the experience for anyone purchasing these boards.

on a side note, i suspect this may have been hashfast's biggest issue with releasing their product...
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I REALLY think this needs to be addressed.  these are decent products, but ONLY if you can keep them cool and hashing (which proves to be the hard part)
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No guarantee BTC is going to the moon just yet.
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since my post was deleted because i quoted a person that was once one of ActM's greatest supporters here is my response again.  he was claiming that a lot of the boards are coming DOA.


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i really dont think the boards are DOA.  in my experience the design sucks ass and it is VERY difficult to get the cooling attached properly in order to run them at the promised hashrate (specifically speaking about the 750gh Gold Rush boards right now as i have no experience with the prospector).  I have 2 boards, and the 2 different water coolers i have tried (H100 and H80i) both did/can not make close/secure enough contact with the chip using the mounting items included (along with the #8-32 nuts that i had to go purchase myself (ridiculous...)) in order to dissipate heat properly.  so i have them underclocked right now running at only about 450gh per board.  if i remove all mounts and place the water cooler on there by hand and hold it in place i am able to run it at promised spec.  i'm sure if i spent a bunch of time trying to come up with my own rigged-up mount to get the water cooler on there properly i could get the promised 750gh per board.  problem is i dont have a bunch of time to try and make something work, and if a veteran of close to 30 yrs in the IT/hardware field is having a tough time i doubt this is an isolated occurrence.  until Ken either provides custom mounting equipment or a different solution for cooling i fear this will be the experience for anyone purchasing these boards.

on a side note, i suspect this may have been hashfast's biggest issue with releasing their product...

I REALLY think this needs to be addressed.  these are decent products, but ONLY if you can keep them cool and hashing (which proves to be the hard part)

I also would like this addressed. You raise very valid points that if taken seriously could increase user-friendliness and sales.


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May 22, 2014, 06:53:15 PM
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Has anyone gotten shares from bitfunder transferred to crypto-trade this week? mine should have been moved, last i heard they will hopefully "show up" in the final transfer, whenever that is..  Huh
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May 22, 2014, 06:53:19 PM
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Seems the buy support has strengthened...
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I would bet a shiny dollar that Ken is going to come out with a strong positive announcement in the next 48 hours.
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