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March 26, 2014, 02:00:13 AM
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Hey mass..... Here is what I'm talking about.

http://hash-master.com/

My desire is to stick with Zoomhash but I need a little love right about now. A defective unit and 249.00 WHEW! I'm a little bothered....

EDIT: Yes it was a "bit" high! especially when I paid 225.00 less than a week before from these guys. I planed to buy more based on that price, then for some unknown reason they shot up to 249.00 the day I planned to order them , in order to get by this past Saturday,,, so it was either buy the JACKED price or don't get any till this week.... I should have waited or shopped around. I just put my blind faith and trust in Zoomhash, I know better now. I hate feeling like a chump  Embarrassed



I'm not seeing it...  what am I looking for here? I am seeing one GS for 198 that does not include the power adapter. ZH sells them now for about the same price with the power plug. One GS with all accessories is 248 at this link. Am I missing something or was this price the same last week?

I'm sure your defective unit will be taken care of if the rest of the feedback is any indicator. Sorry you had to deal with that though, pain in the ass for sure ;P

I think trust but verify is a good policy here. I still trust that ZH will be bringing these at a competitive price point, and he has shown some pretty good service so far. But taking time to verify that before you order can't hurt either Wink
Got my RMA info.. Smiley feeling a little better now lol

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March 26, 2014, 04:04:36 AM
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Feeling gutted I only got mine 2 weeks ago and cost almost 5 grand for 20. Price has dropped hard.

Yeah, I'm feeling the same. Mostly though regarding the GPUs bought in Dec, those became worthless much quicker than expected.

Gridseed has done a great job at mass producing these and making it easy for people acquire them quickly. The downside to this is difficulty skyrockets lowering profitability.

I am very tempted to go in for more at the latest offer of $165/each for 20 units, but am beginning to think it might be best to wait until the price levels out at what the manufacture is willing to go to. KNC announcing a unit for $10K for 100Mh/s (for $100 per 1 Mh/s) also makes me think the price will continue on down.

When you put it that way ($100 per 1 Mh/s) I too find it hard to order more at $165 for 360 Kh/s  Undecided

...but when is the KnCMiner shipping? Q2/Q3 2014. By that time I bet their 100 Mh/s will be more like 120-140 Mh/s for $10k. With the price of alts sinking lately I'm thinking it would be best to wait...but of course I wont! Tongue (this being a hobby for me...if it was a business, well...)

I also paid extra to get these early knowing that the distributor cost was in the $150-160 range (maybe less now). I was okay with it then and am still now. It was a short window of opportunity for distributors to make some great margins and who can blame them. If cost is currently $150 then a $165 sale price would be a margin of 10%...still not bad...well, less after shipping and returns/operations so maybe 5-8%.

At $165 these miners are about the same price to performance ratio of a 290x not factoring in electricity cost. The electricity savings is what sold me.

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KNC is now 250 Mh/s for 10K or $40 per 1 Mh/s! These should be priced at $14.40  Shocked

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March 26, 2014, 05:57:14 AM
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Is there any way to see the individual hash rate of the miners in the Zoomhash image distributed with the Rasperry Pi?
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March 27, 2014, 08:06:13 AM
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Has anyone heard from ZH since March 22?
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March 27, 2014, 02:10:36 PM
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Has anyone heard from ZH since March 22?

Received my box of accessories yesterday.. very nice.

Also received email comm regarding my latest order with DHL tracking number early AM today.

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March 27, 2014, 04:06:15 PM
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Good afternoon Zoomhash,

This is order #2052 again. I received the accessories box today but I noticed that I am missing the 10 power cables for the miners. Taking inventory of the box, I received:

10 Mini-USB to USB Cables
1 Micro-USB to USB Cable
1 USB Type B to USB Cable
1 Raspberry Pi with Case
1 SD card for Raspberry Pi
1 5v 2a wall wart PSU
2 PSU (12v 8a)
13 port USB Hub
1 PSU (5v 5a)


There were no DC pig tails? If that is the case, we will overnight some to you. Sorry about that, need to go scream at my fulfillers.

Good morning,

Did you guys send out the DC splitters yet? They have not arrived.
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March 27, 2014, 11:33:49 PM
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Has anyone heard from ZH since March 22?

We are here. Just getting too many orders.

We hired 5 more people on our team. Should smooth out a lot of things.
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March 30, 2014, 05:55:24 AM
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Has anyone heard from ZH since March 22?

We are here. Just getting too many orders.

We hired 5 more people on our team. Should smooth out a lot of things.

My 2 defective units are on the way to you.  Please PM me tracking info when you send me the replacements. Thank you!
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March 31, 2014, 11:41:45 PM
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Zoomhash_Michael. please check your Zoomhash email as well as a PM I sent you this morning. I have been waiting to hear back all day from you!  Undecided

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April 01, 2014, 09:44:47 PM
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I am considering buying the 20xGridseed pack - however, I have a few questions:

1) What size is the barrel plug (2.1mm or 2.5mm) for Gridseed? Also, what size is the barrel plug on the 12V power supply sold on the site?
2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)
3) The mycode10 coupon doesn't really apply a 10% discount as it says in the email, does it? It's more like 5-6% - is this intended?

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April 02, 2014, 08:45:23 AM
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Zoomhash_Michael. please check your Zoomhash email as well as a PM I sent you this morning. I have been waiting to hear back all day from you!  Undecided

THX
MMNC

Good luck. I still have not received my 2 warranty units or even a PM with an update.
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April 02, 2014, 11:23:47 AM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.
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April 02, 2014, 01:24:57 PM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.

I could be wrong, but i thought max is 32 usb device for pi run stale if you dont use cpuminer. running 32 instance of cpu miner in a RPI wont be a stable IMO
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April 02, 2014, 04:26:41 PM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.

I could be wrong, but i thought max is 32 usb device for pi run stale if you dont use cpuminer. running 32 instance of cpu miner in a RPI wont be a stable IMO

I can get to 10 instances before it dies.   I have 3 Pi's and a lightening asic controller in a drawer.

Of course I have 17 ZoomHash grids in a box waiting for my USB cables from monoprice (3 DOA)

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April 03, 2014, 12:26:54 AM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.

I could be wrong, but i thought max is 32 usb device for pi run stale if you dont use cpuminer. running 32 instance of cpu miner in a RPI wont be a stable IMO

I can get to 10 instances before it dies.   I have 3 Pi's and a lightening asic controller in a drawer.

Of course I have 17 ZoomHash grids in a box waiting for my USB cables from monoprice (3 DOA)

Try using Cgminer, much better, image here: http://highoncoins.com/litecoin-rig/how-to-make-stackable-tower-gridseed-rig-with-raspberry-pi-pre-built-cgminer/

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April 03, 2014, 03:32:36 AM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.

I could be wrong, but i thought max is 32 usb device for pi run stale if you dont use cpuminer. running 32 instance of cpu miner in a RPI wont be a stable IMO

I can get to 10 instances before it dies.   I have 3 Pi's and a lightening asic controller in a drawer.

Of course I have 17 ZoomHash grids in a box waiting for my USB cables from monoprice (3 DOA)

Try using Cgminer, much better, image here: http://highoncoins.com/litecoin-rig/how-to-make-stackable-tower-gridseed-rig-with-raspberry-pi-pre-built-cgminer/

I will not use prebuilt xxx.  but thanks.

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April 03, 2014, 10:31:21 AM
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2) A single Pi can handle up to 32 USB devices (thus, 32 Gridseeds), correct? Will the software support this number? (I switched over to cgminer for more accurate reporting)

I can't tell you about the ZH image, but assuming the limitation is the pi itself I saw it max out at 18. The pi could barely do anything else so checking the hashrate locally was a pain. Luckily the pi is cheap and takes nearly no power, plan accordingly.

I could be wrong, but i thought max is 32 usb device for pi run stale if you dont use cpuminer. running 32 instance of cpu miner in a RPI wont be a stable IMO

Sorry this wasn't my rig, all I can tell you is that on a stock pi with cgminer in scrypt only when we plugged in #19 and #20, the pi would keep hashing with the 18 but wouldn't pick up the new devices. Maybe the software is to blame but I couldn't get a keyboard or mouse working either so that made me think the pi couldn't handle any more.
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April 05, 2014, 07:31:26 AM
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I just wanted to let everyone know that they should check their gridseed units to make sure that the heatsink actually is touching the chips.

One of my units had a heatsink that must have been machined too far down, the thermal pad wasn't even touching anything, the pad looked brand new when I opened it for voltmod.

I could easily see a flashlight through the whole unit where the heatsink would normally be touching the chips.

I had to smash the heatsink down sliding the fins between each other about 2mm and tighten the screws real good to ensure a secure contact with the chips.

Luckily, I haven't used the miners for mining SHA256, only Scrypt, so my chips didn't get damaged.


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April 06, 2014, 08:25:55 AM
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I just wanted to let everyone know that they should check their gridseed units to make sure that the heatsink actually is touching the chips.

One of my units had a heatsink that must have been machined too far down, the thermal pad wasn't even touching anything, the pad looked brand new when I opened it for voltmod.

I could easily see a flashlight through the whole unit where the heatsink would normally be touching the chips.

I had to smash the heatsink down sliding the fins between each other about 2mm and tighten the screws real good to ensure a secure contact with the chips.

Luckily, I haven't used the miners for mining SHA256, only Scrypt, so my chips didn't get damaged.

Thanks for the tip.


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April 07, 2014, 03:45:28 PM
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Michael has taken care of all of my outstanding issues I have. While it was a frustrating road so far, he has eased my mind and taken care of me beyond the cables I needed.

Thanks for the service.


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