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May 07, 2020, 03:30:21 PM
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wish they would put one up with sub 800 price - my T17+ is running at 60 th/s - I would take another one of those.

wait till may 13th.

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May 19, 2020, 12:27:49 PM
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The s17e has dropped to 799 under the de minimus for USA buyers.

Maybe I buy it.

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May 19, 2020, 12:57:25 PM
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The s17e has dropped to 799 under the de minimus for USA buyers.

Maybe I buy it.

only thing I dont like about that is not shipping till July

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May 25, 2020, 10:59:53 AM
Last edit: May 26, 2020, 02:25:06 AM by frodocooper
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only thing I dont like about that is not shipping till July

Well, that and the fact that it's an (E) version, the chips they use on any E version are usually the lowest quality overclocked, they get hot and fail faster than the rest, despite my good experience "so far" with the T17E, reading and hearing from miners who own a dozen of the 17 series, almost all of them agree that the T17e is the worst gear with the highest failure/RMA rate, most commonly heatsinks/chips fall off the hashboard, I have almost reached to the conclusion that only the S17 pro version is actually worth buying, so S17e shipping (possibly) by end of July is a no for me, but good luck to those who will buy it.

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May 25, 2020, 12:28:39 PM
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the s17pro. we have 17 of them. I wish it was the only gear we have it is far better then any of the other gear.

I was checking prices today and the s17e is still at 799.

It was at 799 when coins were at 9700.
It is at 799 and coins are at 8700.

Now is not the time to buy this gear.

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May 25, 2020, 08:32:38 PM
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Be nice to have some competitive gear back under de minimis. Too bad the quality isn't there on this though.

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July 12, 2020, 12:00:33 AM
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Hey guys, I happen to have 6 of the S17e's, had them for about 6 months now... Does anyone know if there is a custom firmware available for these yet? I am using Asic.to for my T17's and have been able to achieve a 45W/Th at 42Th/s. Using only 1850W, as opposed to the stock 2275W it was using. Pretty darn good, and really helping out profitably. Asic.to does not currently offer firmware for the S17e's so I was curious if there is one available to under volt. Thanks for any help or insight!
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July 12, 2020, 12:20:58 AM
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I am not really sure why you quoted mikey and James there but okay...

I am also one of users of asic.to (Vnish firmware) and I also own a couple of different units including one S17e and I looked almost everywhere for firmware for S17e and couldn't find a legit one with actual rep that can be trusted.

Taserz and Vnish (both of them are under Asic.to) are working on it and their ETA for it is "soon" (not to confuse with actual "soon" which is adverb with a meaning: "in or after a short time" as their "soon" can mean months  Smiley ). I really hope they make it as soon as possible as these hot times are sometimes even overheating one of my chips and causing whole unit to go to safe mode (stop mining on all 3 hashboards) and I'd like to avoid that.
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July 12, 2020, 11:36:13 PM
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Yea I don't understand the "soon" thing either, haha. I run BraiinsOS on all of my S9's, achieving 70W/Th, and they have been saying ever since the 17 series came out that they would have a firmware for it, "soon." Still nothing... That's too bad about the S17e's just not having firmware available. I am a fan of under volting, especially now since the having, and no positive Bitcoin price action. Hopefully somebody comes out with one soon. I tried Hiveon firmware, by HiveOS. Not sure if you or anyone has had any experience with that one or not. It's really confusing, and you have to manage the miners from a different website, instead of just typing in the IP address and managing from there. I am getting worse efficiency than with Bitmain's stock firmware with Hiveon, so probably just go back to stock for now. Thanks for your help and info!
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