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August 31, 2018, 10:07:19 AM
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https://www.bitfily.io/product/b1plus/

anybody has insider infos about this one?
specs seem quite good

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August 31, 2018, 01:22:41 PM
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Well they aren't doing themselves any favors with a MOQ of 100 units.

Really nothing special about the unit, a little more efficient than some of the gear out there, not by much though. Doesn't really compete with any of the nexgen ber announced for the next few months.

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September 14, 2018, 02:38:20 PM
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Well they aren't doing themselves any favors with a MOQ of 100 units.

Really nothing special about the unit, a little more efficient than some of the gear out there, not by much though. Doesn't really compete with any of the nexgen ber announced for the next few months.

Even if it works it is 87 watts per th.

That is no longer good enough.

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October 11, 2018, 08:26:30 PM
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Just got 2 of them, having difficulty getting them to take the static IP or finding Tech Support.
They are bigger than the Antminers and they use 140mm Fans, had to improvise to fit the ducting, need to make 140 to 6" adapters.
Will report more when I get them hashing.
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October 12, 2018, 08:52:31 AM
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Just got 2 of them, having difficulty getting them to take the static IP or finding Tech Support.
They are bigger than the Antminers and they use 140mm Fans, had to improvise to fit the ducting, need to make 140 to 6" adapters.
Will report more when I get them hashing.

my 2 also arrived and i dont have any problems. just setup and i can find them with angry ip scanner. they use asicboost which is not supported on slushpool. i have to find out which pools work.

but that thing is not interesting anyways, just not efficient enough for the future...
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October 12, 2018, 01:57:37 PM
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my 2 also arrived and i dont have any problems. just setup and i can find them with angry ip scanner. they use asicboost which is not supported on slushpool. i have to find out which pools work.

but that thing is not interesting anyways, just not efficient enough for the future...

Slushpool supports Asicboost, as do Kano and CK pools.

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DragonMint T1 x 3, Innosilicon T2T, R4 x 2, Avalon 821 x 6, Avalon 741 x 16, Innosilicon A4+, L3+ x 3
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October 12, 2018, 05:08:00 PM
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antpool, bitcoin.com, and a few others are out there supporting it as well
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October 12, 2018, 06:45:33 PM
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antpool, bitcoin.com, and a few others are out there supporting it as well

From the horses mouth:  "www.dpool.top slushpool.com and www.poolin.com/"

My problem was trying to set them up with Antpool, will not work. I got them up and running with Slushpool since I could not open an account with dpool (Bitfily's own pool).

After setting the IP to static the software will show it as 0.0.0.0, both in the network config. page and Dashboard, tech support said it's a bug and it doesn't affect anything.

24.64 TH/s on first one after 90 minutes, 25.37 on second after 60.

My KillaWatt's are busted so I have no consumption numbers.
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October 12, 2018, 07:21:50 PM
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Can one of you folks who have one post a picture of your machine? The one on the manufacturer's site is a CG model...

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October 13, 2018, 03:37:25 AM
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Can't post pics, I am still a noob member. But can mail them.
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October 13, 2018, 08:47:00 AM
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Can one of you folks who have one post a picture of your machine? The one on the manufacturer's site is a CG model...

will do on monday

Slushpool supports Asicboost, as do Kano and CK pools.

i know. but not all asicboost are 100% the same...
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October 13, 2018, 06:37:15 PM
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Can't post pics, I am still a noob member. But can mail them.

Have you ever heard about image hosting websites, like Imgur or Tinypic?   Wink

You should be able to post them as url links at least.

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October 14, 2018, 02:58:40 AM
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Because fans are 140mm it's easy to think they are smaller, so one pic is next to a T9+.

https://imgur.com/a/uLfMc3f

Thanks for the pic posting tip.
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October 15, 2018, 01:58:04 PM
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Because fans are 140mm it's easy to think they are smaller, so one pic is next to a T9+.

https://imgur.com/a/uLfMc3f

Thanks for the pic posting tip.

Hey thanks for the photo. You're the first I've seen with one of these, glad it's working out for you.

Do you mind posting a few more photos. Something with the packaging? Also a screen cap of the status page showing hashrate?

Considering you have one and no one on the forum has done a review you may want to consider that.

I was also wondering did you have to get it through a re seller? The website has a MOQ of 100 when I check. I've been watching your updates and gathering info before adding them to that pinned thread.
Thanks for taking the time to update the community.

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October 15, 2018, 02:05:42 PM
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Very cool.

It would be nice if someone who has one of these could make a nice review here at the forum.  Wink

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October 15, 2018, 03:09:23 PM
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Very cool.

It would be nice if someone who has one of these could make a nice review here at the forum.  Wink

if i had the time..sorry Cheesy

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October 15, 2018, 05:16:01 PM
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Looking at the fans I can already hear my wife complaining. Lol

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October 15, 2018, 07:35:03 PM
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DO pay close attention to the power specs for this! The miner CANNOT use a normal PSU. It requires 2 different voltage inputs, one for the control board and a higher voltage one for the hash boards.
From their site:
3. If the voltage for the miner’s control board doesn’t range from 10.8V to 13.2V and the voltage for the hash boards doesn’t range from 14.5V to 15.5V, the miner may fail to work or even breaks.

If you look at their PSU for the miner it is dual voltage out...

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October 15, 2018, 07:40:36 PM
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DO pay close attention to the power specs for this! The miner CANNOT use a normal PSU. It requires 2 different voltage inputs, one for the control board and a higher voltage one for the hash boards.
From their site:
3. If the voltage for the miner’s control board doesn’t range from 10.8V to 13.2V and the voltage for the hash boards doesn’t range from 14.5V to 15.5V, the miner may fail to work or even breaks.

If you look at their PSU for the miner it is dual voltage out...

Great eye, making sure we list this clearly.

Also, note he 4 pin for the control board

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October 15, 2018, 08:52:41 PM
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Also, note he 4 pin for the control board

Ja. looks to be like the 4-pin aux CPU power connectors which makes sense as their psu puts out 12v@10a as the 2nd output. No doubt the high current rating is for the fans power draw.

My guess is that the hash boards use the raw DC (14.5-15.5v) to directly drive the ASIC strings with no intermediate regulation.

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