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January 23, 2019, 12:27:50 AM
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And here we are nearly late January. I haven't heard anything new.

, T15, m10 31T are best till the T3 is released. Which I think you have mostly covered in your mine.

@minefarmbuy snipped this from the other thread. Do you have a line on the T3 or were you going off the announcements they made previously? Just a curios mind at the moment trying to keep a handle on "the lay of the land" More to that as well I hummed and hawed between the three and settled on just upgrading to the m10. Happy so far even with the minor (hehe) issue.

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January 23, 2019, 01:11:30 AM
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Looks we like didn't get pre orders for January. From what I have available that batch was sold out within a week or two.

I think we reached out to see if Inno would drop the T2T 32T under de minimus value but no reply. We're still waiting on word for sidehacks soldering template or something to. I'm hoping for an upgrade myself but my car decided to throw a rod and working though that repair right now.   

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January 29, 2019, 05:28:19 PM
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It would appear Innosilicon has released a video of the T3 in action on their blog/homepage, link below:

http://www.innosilicon.com/html/news/31.html

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January 29, 2019, 05:52:44 PM
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It would appear Innosilicon has released a video of the T3 in action on their blog/homepage, link below:

http://www.innosilicon.com/html/news/31.html

2125/43150 =  49.24 watts a th

I wonder if it has multiple settings for efficiency

Quote from: Innosilicon
The Innosilicon Terminator3 miner adopts innovative architecture to generate powerful SHA256 43TH/s (± 5%) hash rate with only 2100W (+/- 10%). The 48.83W/TH performance is pushing the limit and will give you the unbeatable advantage in mining in the foreseeable future among all technologies.

INNOSILICON T3 is designed to be the long lasting product with many improvement over its predecessors for longevity. It adopts the state-of-the-art technology with the innovative dynamic frequency scaling and extra cooling system for added efficiency and reliability. Yes, the miner is built for improved durability.

Hashrate: 43TH/s (+/-5%)
Power Consumption: 2100W ( +/- 10%, normal mode, at the wall, with 93% efficiency PSU, 25°C temperature )
Dimensions: Single Tube, 430mm(L)*141mm(W)*220mm(H)
Net Weight: 10.02KG
Ambient Temperature: 0-40°
Network Connection: Ethernet
Note: ASIC Boost Enabled with a proper license

So it has pool restrictions  asic only  and it will have multiple speed setting   see bold.

too bad it is so costly

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January 29, 2019, 06:54:19 PM
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Yea, these will defiantly get hit with tariffs. Looks amazing though, db's didn't seem to bad from the video.

Group buy will help some, but still need a solid count for discount.

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January 29, 2019, 07:05:49 PM
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too bad it is so costly

Indeed.  I was looking at the stats and hoping it would be around $1,600 and would have probably been willing to order at $1,800.  I think I'll wait and see how pricing on the next batch is.  Looks like this is the new miner to beat though.  Smiley

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February 01, 2019, 09:28:20 PM
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Well they definitely cut it close for any news in January. The model looks nice but I agree it's priced to high for me ATM, with everything else available.

My guess is that price is to allow for this special 5 day bulk order discount, and it seems like it may be a small batch run so it could sell out fast. That helps promote that price point in the long run. Can't wait t'il March to see them in the wild.

I'm not surprised by the Asic boost, it was on their T2 models iirc.

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February 26, 2019, 06:43:18 PM
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Is there anyone on this forum that has received their T3-43th/s miners with a ship date of Jan 25 to Feb 25, 2019?  I tried contacting Innosilicon and received no response.  My original order date was in early November.  My email to them was just an inquiry into expected ship date.  I know manufacturers are notoriously late in shipping while they "test" their miners or have other production issues.
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February 26, 2019, 06:52:43 PM
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Actually these days most manufacturers ship on time even with the first batch, or they update everyone with an email or on their webpage.

Inno has been pretty iffy lately and i wouldn't be preordering from them based on that. Especially because it's not that cutthroat right now to secure a miner.

They missed and stopped talking about the T2T + that should have been released, at least they didn't take orders on it.

Edit: Just had to check it didn't change but the expected ship has said "within a month" since they updated the sales thread for the T3

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February 26, 2019, 09:28:54 PM
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Has anyone on this forum actually pre-ordered the T3 for any stated delivery window?

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February 26, 2019, 09:59:18 PM
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Has anyone on this forum actually pre-ordered the T3 for any stated delivery window?

no

my list of gear ordered is below 2018-2019

bitmain
t15 --  preorder waiting
s15 -- came it works
s9i -- works
s9 -- works
L3+ -- works

pangolin miner
7m10's all came and work I repaired one

innosilicon
t2turbo came it works had it since august


avalon
a921 -works
a721 -works
a851 - sold it as fully working gear
a841 - sold it as fully working gear

myrig halong
t1 - came sold it mostly working

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February 27, 2019, 10:05:20 PM
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Zero pre orders here. Such a long wait time since announcement, no go on getting live demo either. Innosilicon needs to look to pricing to market or release within 30-60 days. Now they're happy to host your asic for a poor rate as well.

I think manufacturers are using the tariffs to sell this service when they don't realize miners want/do run their own businesses and have worked hard to get rates or efficiencies to drive profits for their circumstances. I can say zero sales could be an anomaly or a sign they're struggling. Bitmain's announcement only amplifies the latter as who is going to invest on a large scale now?

Bring your best and be first to market.

Imagine the response to a 30 day release of the A10 or T3 when first announced.



Just noticed the MOQ drop to one on the T3.

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February 28, 2019, 11:59:48 PM
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Just noticed the MOQ drop to one on the T3.

jeez

2229 usd
  600 usd coupon
1629 usd  27.6 % tax = 2078 plus shipping say 122  cost me 2200

I get 43 th at 2100 watts

2 t15's  

order separate no trump tax. use coupons

net 1180 usd

2 t15's   do 46th at 3100 watts   so it is 1000 more watts or 24 k-watts  a day 720 k-watts a month

that is 72 Usd more a month  1020/72 = 14 plus months to make up the power vs price.

and  the extra 3th with the t15 means more like 16 month wait.

the trump tax kills  the innosilicon.

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March 01, 2019, 04:53:44 PM
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Yea, no way to import these and be cost effective. Innosilicon shipping rates are about $100 or more over priced and it's still cheaper to send a wire than BTC. I think the T3 asks for over $200 a unit to ship.

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March 01, 2019, 05:37:14 PM
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Yea, no way to import these and be cost effective. Innosilicon shipping rates are about $100 or more over priced and it's still cheaper to send a wire than BTC. I think the T3 asks for over $200 a unit to ship.

I would love to own one or two but the fucking trump tax strikes again.

My interest is in the down clock numbers.

if they do  43 th at  2100 watts.  which is  48-49 watts a th at normal speed

so they do 38 th at 1550 watts  which is  40-41 watts a th  that would be good gear.

at the moment only the m10   will show up fast. say a week   it is 21th at 57 watts a th or 31th at 67 watts a th.

the T15 long wait 30 + days
the S15 sold out
the  S17 not up for sale
the T15 not up for sale

the T3  long wait 30 + days    plus the killer trump tax

or get used s9's from here and there.

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March 03, 2019, 05:25:44 AM
Last edit: March 05, 2019, 12:59:04 AM by frodocooper
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Honestly they had their shot. The specs sound great, and have for a long time. I just get the impression that if you don't want 50 units they don't really want to sell to you. Maybe it's just me but that's all I see when they don't have a firm ship date time frame and say things like -

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Taken from the sales page.

Yea, no way to import these and be cost effective. Innosilicon shipping rates are about $100 or more over priced and it's still cheaper to send a wire than BTC. I think the T3 asks for over $200 a unit to ship.

I believe that reinforces the idea that they are looking for big fish to just fire them out a bunch of cash to host these machines. Really makes me wonder what their power costs are and what proof people have that these are the machines that will be hosted. It's not like they don't already have okay hardware that could be profitable with low enough power costs. Not to mention if you get a massive cash infusion for T3's.

At least they explain away the cost by informing everyone that they insure the packages for shipping. Unfortunately they also point out that any damage is at the customers cost, as once they've handed the item over to the shipping company, the purchaser is the owner and responsible for it. Followed by the bit where it will be insured in your name/business name, so ideally you would only be left on the hook for some deductible, but who really knows when you don't even get a ship date.

Not going to lie I would love one of these, I however never ordered a T2T so I have no coupon. Then there's still that nagging shipping date that I can't help but listen to. I'll be glad for anyone who receives one of these, I just have no clue when we will see it in the wild.

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March 08, 2019, 02:47:59 AM
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There's no reason for them to insure the shipment if they won't accept liability. The freighter will though, but it would a circle game since Innosilicon "paid" for the insurance etc.

Essentially this is reason we carter to buyers needs not to a single manufacturer. Zero clients have requested to use their coupon so far and we did have some high hopes for Inno early on but essentially consumers drive market even whales. Not much is happening through them even the chips we've sourced for domestic manufacturers really didn't go anywhere because again they're not looking to price to market, offer competitive shipping, and their BTC conversion is atrocious.

Even 50 units would easier to move without a discount if the product was priced competitively.

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March 12, 2019, 12:10:54 AM
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Just wanted to update that I did receive the T3 miners today.  Doing over 41 th/s in efficiency mode, not sure the power consumption; still autotuning.  Each miner was $240 for import/customs fees, shipped DHL.
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March 12, 2019, 12:23:27 AM
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Just wanted to update that I did receive the T3 miners today.  Doing over 41 th/s in efficiency mode, not sure the power consumption; still autotuning.  Each miner was $240 for import/customs fees, shipped DHL.

please show a few screen shots and photos if you can thank you.

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March 12, 2019, 04:25:41 AM
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Just wanted to update that I did receive the T3 miners today.  Doing over 41 th/s in efficiency mode, not sure the power consumption; still autotuning.  Each miner was $240 for import/customs fees, shipped DHL.

That's great you got one. I went back over your other post, so you would be a Batch 1 order I believe. That's pretty rough, what were they 5 weeks late, I can't remember exactly when they were supposed to arrive. Did they ever respond to you back in February when you were following up?

Like Phil said it would be great if you could upload a few photos, and screen caps. This would be the first one confirmed out in the wild I believe, and I'll update the competitive hardware thread.

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