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September 05, 2013, 06:19:08 PM
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Thanks Eleuthria!  Was able to jump back in and make worker changes. All good now  Wink

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September 05, 2013, 07:59:30 PM
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Sorry to those on one of the two EU Stratum servers.  A workaround/fix is being tested for the Slush Stratum Mining Proxy and minimum difficulty settings.  Two restarts later, and the fix seems to be working.

Other servers will have restarts over the next few minutes as the fix is applied to each stratum server.

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September 06, 2013, 12:44:56 AM
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well now i rememebr why my miner shuts down on my. either that or its my miner it self. bfgminer i think its called. (windows 7)

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September 06, 2013, 01:13:16 PM
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I dont own any ASIC but Ive accidentally left some BTC in my guild account.  Any chance I could close my account and get the balances cleared.
Unfortunately BTC has progressed beyond some of the older miners ability to earn and I got the auto payout mixed up and it left some behind



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September 06, 2013, 01:25:00 PM
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I dont own any ASIC but Ive accidentally left some BTC in my guild account.  Any chance I could close my account and get the balances cleared.
Unfortunately BTC has progressed beyond some of the older miners ability to earn and I got the auto payout mixed up and it left some behind

Why can't you log in and do a manual payout like everyone else?

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September 06, 2013, 06:40:34 PM
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A mysterious shipment of ASICMINER blades arrived at my door today.  My assumption is this is ASICMINER's way of pushing me into selling them Smiley.  Will post an update later today once I find out what the terms of this shipment are supposed to be.

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September 06, 2013, 10:01:40 PM
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Why can't you log in and do a manual payout like everyone else?
Theres a minimum set, Im just asking as a one off closing transaction to clear BTC and NMC balances.   I dont think it'd go very far towards one of those blades though I like the idea of continuing to mine in theory



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September 06, 2013, 10:43:08 PM
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A mysterious shipment of ASICMINER blades arrived at my door today.  My assumption is this is ASICMINER's way of pushing me into selling them Smiley.  Will post an update later today once I find out what the terms of this shipment are supposed to be.

You are a fair seller. I hope you do sell some blades. bouncing between group buy or e-bay. You always ship fast when in stock.

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September 06, 2013, 11:56:17 PM
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Well shoot...I was getting excited about finally writing a guide for running a BE Blade on BTC Guild...then I found out I have to cut up 12v wires from a power supply and buy fans if I ever plan to use one.  Was really hoping the new models were at least remotely plug & play.

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September 06, 2013, 11:59:54 PM
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ship one my way. I can create plugs to make it plug and play.   Wink Grin

And speaking of shipping. Thanks for shipping my erupter. Be here monday. (BTCGuild rocks!  Cool)

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September 07, 2013, 12:04:43 AM
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Well shoot...I was getting excited about finally writing a guide for running a BE Blade on BTC Guild...then I found out I have to cut up 12v wires from a power supply and buy fans if I ever plan to use one.  Was really hoping the new models were at least remotely plug & play.

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Well shoot...I was getting excited about finally writing a guide for running a BE Blade on BTC Guild...then I found out I have to cut up 12v wires from a power supply and buy fans if I ever plan to use one.  Was really hoping the new models were at least remotely plug & play.
Can't a custom molex connector be made with some 18 awg wire and some male pins and feed off a drive connector? (12 & 5 v are on those)

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Well shoot...I was getting excited about finally writing a guide for running a BE Blade on BTC Guild...then I found out I have to cut up 12v wires from a power supply and buy fans if I ever plan to use one.  Was really hoping the new models were at least remotely plug & play.

They use getwork also.

Yes, that was part of why I wanted to make a guide.  BFGMiner now has a way to run an internal getwork server so you can run your blades on bfgminer with other hardware.  It would probably be easier to setup than a stratum proxy for some users, but I was going to do both methods.

I ordered a new PSU and a molex splitter after looking at some of the guides out there for getting these up and running.  They should get here Monday or Tuesday.  Once I get a response from ASICMINER, I will likely start selling the blades I currently have, with some warning that I offer absolutely no technical support and that they require power supplies, fans, and cutting up wires in order to actually use.

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September 07, 2013, 12:14:02 AM
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I still find it weird that AM released a blade that is slower than before uses the same old getwork via the primitive miner in it and ... doesn't have the new USB connector.

Seems like a step backwards ...

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Yeah, I was never a big fan of the blades just because they're so...user-unfriendly.  I can understand requiring a bit of work to get something like a BitFury 400 GH/s kit running.  But not a 10-13 GH/s unit.

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Yeah, I was never a big fan of the blades just because they're so...user-unfriendly.  I can understand requiring a bit of work to get something like a BitFury 400 GH/s kit running.  But not a 10-13 GH/s unit.

cant wait till they go on sale. How much you thinking?

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Yeah, I was never a big fan of the blades just because they're so...user-unfriendly.  I can understand requiring a bit of work to get something like a BitFury 400 GH/s kit running.  But not a 10-13 GH/s unit.
No offence eleuthria but to me it seems like a garage sale of their leftover stuff and you're an unwitting participant to get rid of it for them.

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Yeah, I was never a big fan of the blades just because they're so...user-unfriendly.  I can understand requiring a bit of work to get something like a BitFury 400 GH/s kit running.  But not a 10-13 GH/s unit.

cant wait till they go on sale. How much you thinking?

Waiting on a response from ASICMINER before I update the store for them.  I have no idea if it was an error in shipment, or an attempt at a consignment sale without notifying me beforehand.

http://i.imgur.com/tAyDLKk.jpg  - Picture of the "new" blades now that they're just one piece.

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Purdy.  Shocked

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Yeah, I was never a big fan of the blades just because they're so...user-unfriendly.  I can understand requiring a bit of work to get something like a BitFury 400 GH/s kit running.  But not a 10-13 GH/s unit.

cant wait till they go on sale. How much you thinking?

Waiting on a response from ASICMINER before I update the store for them.  I have no idea if it was an error in shipment, or an attempt at a consignment sale without notifying me beforehand.

http://i.imgur.com/tAyDLKk.jpg  - Picture of the "new" blades now that they're just one piece.

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