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March 12, 2019, 04:17:33 PM
Last edit: March 13, 2019, 12:33:46 AM by frodocooper
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here are four shots of it some one was kind enough to send me an email thanks

full size links are here:

https://i.imgur.com/Fdj0zl6.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/LNDexGA.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/hlAEFTj.jpg   this shot shows psu is rated 200-240 volts something to watch for if you go past 240 volts often

https://i.imgur.com/h6ch4QU.jpg

I do like the power switch on the psu
I may get a GUI shot later in the day

smaller size shots below


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March 12, 2019, 08:33:23 PM
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Nice shots looks just like the t2turbo you have.

do you have a GUI shot?

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March 12, 2019, 08:34:35 PM
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Here is after 4 min
hoping for a 40 minute shot

here are a full tune 24 minute shot still 41th
and a setting shot  lowest power setting.

no info on watts used  but the 41th is nice hash rate for lowest power.  if it does 1800 watts on that setting and it could do 1800-1900 watts it would be a monster.

Still it is costly.


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March 13, 2019, 04:31:43 PM
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There's no debate the spec numbers are good, would love a draw read too. It's sad they budge on pricing unless you're buying bulk.

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March 13, 2019, 04:45:48 PM
Last edit: March 14, 2019, 01:01:21 AM by frodocooper
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Yeah that price is tough to get behind, even if you were a previous customer with that 600 coupon (if I read those right). I imagine  even more so if you are US based until the tariffs are adjusted.

The power switch on the PSU is nice, I only have one PSU that doesn't have it and it was the first one shelved. I would again have to hold off just because of the 240V, is that a true limit, is it just the generic "240" label. I really never used to worry about that until the S15, and now I can't stop looking at it.

Phil are the results from "CP2018"? I was hoping they would come back and discuss the process with us a bit more. So as far as the equipment goes we can call it confirmed. It would be nice if there were more out there we could see, and also to have a power draw. For now though I'd say that's enough to say it's been produced and sold.

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March 14, 2019, 02:46:10 AM
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Yeah that price is tough to get behind, even if you were a previous customer with that 600 coupon (if I read those right). I imagine  even more so if you are US based until the tariffs are adjusted.

The power switch on the PSU is nice, I only have one PSU that doesn't have it and it was the first one shelved. I would again have to hold off just because of the 240V, is that a true limit, is it just the generic "240" label. I really never used to worry about that until the S15, and now I can't stop looking at it.

Phil are the results from "CP2018"? I was hoping they would come back and discuss the process with us a bit more. So as far as the equipment goes we can call it confirmed. It would be nice if there were more out there we could see, and also to have a power draw. For now though I'd say that's enough to say it's been produced and sold.

I have a small hosting deal I pay 130 a month to host 3 s9's.  I talk via email to him and I don't know if he is CP2108

or if he was reading this and sent me the info.  He shipped the gear up to his hosting spot and will let us know power draw with it on the 41th hash efficiency setting in the next week or so.

I would like to think it is 1900/41000 = 46.3 watts a th

but the price is brutal for it.

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March 14, 2019, 01:13:54 PM
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Thanks for clearing that up Phil. It's even better that these came from a source you currently deal with. Looking forward to hearing the power draw, just for curiosity sake. The price doesn't even come close to making sense for me at the moment. I'll see what everything is priced at the end of the month and likely grab another M10, barring a deal I can't pass up.

Credit where it is due, if these power draw numbers come in on spec, this is well built unit.

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March 16, 2019, 09:25:02 PM
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Yeah he set eco and is under the 43th of balanced at 41th  so he will be at less power than balanced.

Most of my innosilicon are not quite up to spec.  say 2-4% low on hash and 2-4% off on power.
If I get 41th on the lowest setting I would say the th part is on spec.

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March 18, 2019, 10:33:20 PM
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They've launched a new iteration.

The Terminator T3-39T
http://www.innosilicon.com/html/t3-39t-miner/index.html

39TH and 2150W so quite a bit lower efficiency.

But price is slightly more palatable at $1580

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March 18, 2019, 10:41:32 PM
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The biggest check mark for me is that the rating is good for a home guy 220-268. So I would be okay running one of these at home, and those efficiency numbers are nice.

If I'm reading it right the price discount is just to order with May/June shipping. So still no hard and fast ship date. The 43TH model says new batch coming soon? I find their site hard to navigate at times, if I don't follow your link I couldn't find a link apart from an image at the bottom of the homepage.

Hard to say what I would go for if the M20 delivers as promised, the higher hash would be worth the efficiency offset.

Edit:

for me a m20 a s17 or the t3 all work...

in house I have 237 to 245 so s17 is a major if.

Are those a few more freudian slips, or just wishful thinking?

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March 19, 2019, 04:06:03 PM
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for me a m20 a s17 or the t3 all work

the clifton site runs at a high of 238 and a low of 227 so all psu's will work.

in house I have 237 to 245 so s17 is a major if.

3 T3's all doing 41th on eco setting

so 2089/41000 = 51 watts a th

this is better then the s15 on low setting by far hash rate is 2x power rate is around a tie.

as the s15 does 910/18000  = 51 watts a th  but hash rate difference is huge.


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March 19, 2019, 06:24:56 PM
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New model available for preorder 39T version but release is like three months. Kind of odd with everyone kicking out new models Inno went down in efficiency and still over de minimis.

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March 19, 2019, 07:02:12 PM
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Those numbers are great. Nice to keep the hashrate so high while still doing an efficiency setting. Thanks for the update Phil, I'll update the hardware thread tonight. I've noticed now that all the input voltage ranges are 220-264 V for the T3 models they have listed.

minefarmbuy - Yeah Biffa had mentioned it. The price and the PSU range were kind of appealing, even more so if there is the same type of efficiency setting.

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March 19, 2019, 09:24:15 PM
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Well I have heard the 27.6% may drop on April 1st
 I have heard  22.6%
 I have heard  17.6%
 I have heard  12.6%

no matter what the 2.6% will be here to stay.

But I would love to see if a drop occurs.

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March 20, 2019, 08:49:30 AM
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Biggest problem with T3's is actually getting what you ordered. I know people who ordered Batch 1 who still haven't got theirs yet  Shocked

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March 20, 2019, 11:04:43 AM
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Biggest problem with T3's is actually getting what you ordered. I know people who ordered Batch 1 who still haven't got theirs yet  Shocked

Delivery schedule. That has been a general issue with Innosilicon for a long long time.

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Delivery schedule. That has been a general issue with Innosilicon for a long long time.

I didn't have any issues with the T2T's just order and ship pretty fast.

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March 20, 2019, 04:05:12 PM
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I'm mostly referring to the A4 catastrophe.

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March 21, 2019, 05:45:08 AM
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Seems like the T3 even with "delivery within one month" is the only unit available in a decent time frame. Hope they drop price to move.

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March 22, 2019, 01:21:52 PM
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I'm mostly referring to the A4 catastrophe.

Not only delivery issues with the A4. If you recall the hashrate they initially announced was nowhere close to the actual one.
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