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January 04, 2020, 08:01:05 PM
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Just a quick question, i checked the kernel log today and i see the last 4 entries say WARN: unknown job id 0x5605, and the other just have a different number at the end, anything to be concerned about?
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January 07, 2020, 04:00:17 PM
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Just a quick question, i checked the kernel log today and i see the last 4 entries say WARN: unknown job id 0x5605, and the other just have a different number at the end, anything to be concerned about?

What are your temps of the miner and ambient room temp?

But that error is not an issue.

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January 07, 2020, 06:05:52 PM
Last edit: January 08, 2020, 03:25:47 AM by frodocooper
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Highest Chip temp high 50s low 60s, its sucking in filtered outside air, which today its -19C. room temp in basement with all miners around 25C 18-20C main floor and upstairs, i dont need any furnace my miners easily heat my whole house.

Thx for letting me know that warn in kernel log isnt a issue, im quite looking forward to that autotune coming out.
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January 07, 2020, 09:50:42 PM
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Yo mate, be careful with that... Too cold outside air can damage your units. Especially if it is "wet" air.
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January 07, 2020, 10:17:29 PM
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I have 3 S9s running outside in a box, have been for a long time now, temps have been +30 all the way to -30, and they are just rocking,

https://ibb.co/56vPJhb

as you can see this one been going 39 days since last power outage, they been outside for atleast a year prob more like 1.5 years from rain to snow, they dont care, or at least the s9s dont, i do appreciate you giving me a heads up thoe
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January 07, 2020, 10:49:57 PM
Last edit: January 08, 2020, 03:26:38 AM by frodocooper
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S9's are quite robust machines however, I am surprised that they survived rain and snow...

Tho, check those two links for operating temperature and humidity:

https://support.bitmain.com/hc/en-us/articles/360020445993-T17-Specifications
https://support.bitmain.com/hc/en-us/articles/360005088914-Miner-normal-operating-temperature-range
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January 08, 2020, 01:07:05 AM
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I know right, when i put these s9s outside, of course there in one of those patio boxes, i was just to a point where there not very profitable and there long paid off, so they dont owe me anything and the heat was to much in summer, noise because its all in basement and bedrooms are up stairs wasent a issue.

I see that link of T17 operating specs, however the S9 has even more strict specs, the t17 says up to 95% humidity, s9 says 65% humidity, now they say non-condensate, but as we know with electric heat (which all mining equipment is) your humidity will be super low, case in point look at my inside humidity.

https://ibb.co/w7Yjgfr

I honestly believe these asic miners are quite robust, now of-course ill have a different opinion when i start losing miners :p
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January 08, 2020, 08:24:26 AM
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Highest Chip temp high 50s low 60s, its sucking in filtered outside air, which today its -19C. room temp in basement with all miners around 25C 18-20C main floor and upstairs, i dont need any furnace my miners easily heat my whole house.

Thx for letting me know that warn in kernel log isnt a issue, im quite looking forward to that autotune coming out.

You can push some crazy numbers with those temps. A user in this thread has gone over 90th/s on an S17 with similar ambient temps

I know right, when i put these s9s outside, of course there in one of those patio boxes, i was just to a point where there not very profitable and there long paid off, so they dont owe me anything and the heat was to much in summer, noise because its all in basement and bedrooms are up stairs wasent a issue.

I see that link of T17 operating specs, however the S9 has even more strict specs, the t17 says up to 95% humidity, s9 says 65% humidity, now they say non-condensate, but as we know with electric heat (which all mining equipment is) your humidity will be super low, case in point look at my inside humidity.

https://ibb.co/w7Yjgfr

I honestly believe these asic miners are quite robust, now of-course ill have a different opinion when i start losing miners :p

I would be interested in seeing you S9 Hashboards after running in this setup for how long?

Curious if they have any thermal damage or signs of water damage. I mean S9's will run into the ground. I love them but power is to expensive for me to keep mine plugged in.

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January 08, 2020, 09:10:11 AM
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I know right, when i put these s9s outside, of course there in one of those patio boxes, i was just to a point where there not very profitable and there long paid off, so they dont owe me anything and the heat was to much in summer, noise because its all in basement and bedrooms are up stairs wasent a issue.

I see that link of T17 operating specs, however the S9 has even more strict specs, the t17 says up to 95% humidity, s9 says 65% humidity, now they say non-condensate, but as we know with electric heat (which all mining equipment is) your humidity will be super low, case in point look at my inside humidity.

https://ibb.co/w7Yjgfr

I honestly believe these asic miners are quite robust, now of-course ill have a different opinion when i start losing miners :p

That is quite nice ambient you got there. Would you mid if I sent you all my units to be hosted there?  Grin

But as @taserz said, I as well would be interested to see those hashboards.

Also let's hope you do not lose any units!
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January 08, 2020, 12:32:02 PM
Last edit: January 09, 2020, 04:41:27 AM by frodocooper
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Once one of them dies or i decide to unplug them, i will forsure rip one apart and take pictures, i do understand your concerns about running s9s, thats why im sure you saw in the picture there turned to to lowest setting, which is around 75 watts per th, nothing amazing but im going to hold out on the hopes of a good btc rebound.
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January 08, 2020, 04:46:10 PM
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I mean not for nothing that 75w a th is the lowest setting most people can get and no other firmware comes close. If you think about it this was a over 100w/th unit at one point.

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January 11, 2020, 04:00:02 PM
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Could you tell me whats the reason of multiple resets on my T17 with 625/16.4 V/38 TH
Code:
[2020/01/11 15:10:42] INFO: Power OFF
[2020/01/11 15:10:42] INFO: Waiting 30 seconds for power release
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: Checking fans
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: fan[0] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: fan[1] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: fan[2] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: fan[3] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:11:12] INFO: Power ON
[2020/01/11 15:11:19] INFO: Initializing hashboards
[2020/01/11 15:11:20] INFO: chain[0] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:11:23] INFO: chain[0] - Current voltage is 17034 mV
[2020/01/11 15:11:33] INFO: chain[0] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:11:35] INFO: chain[1] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:11:38] INFO: chain[1] - Current voltage is 16954 mV
[2020/01/11 15:11:47] INFO: chain[1] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:11:50] INFO: chain[2] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:11:53] INFO: chain[2] - Current voltage is 16966 mV
[2020/01/11 15:12:02] INFO: chain[2] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:12:07] INFO: Setting freq from 50 to 625 Mhz gradually
[2020/01/11 15:12:10] INFO: Adjusting voltage to 18000 mV (freq=50 Mhz, temp=21 C)
[2020/01/11 15:12:10] INFO: Setting voltage from 17000 to 18000 mV gradually
[2020/01/11 15:15:23] INFO: Setting voltage from 18000 to 16000 mV gradually
[2020/01/11 15:16:01] INFO: Start mining!
[2020/01/11 15:16:04] INFO: Set fan speed to 62%
[2020/01/11 15:16:47] INFO: Set fan speed to 66%
[2020/01/11 15:22:17] INFO: Stopping FPGA queue
[2020/01/11 15:22:19] INFO: Power OFF
[2020/01/11 15:22:44] INFO: Initializing SOC
[2020/01/11 15:22:44] INFO: Detected 256 Mb of RAM
[2020/01/11 15:22:50] INFO: Starting FPGA queue
[2020/01/11 15:22:50] INFO: Power OFF
[2020/01/11 15:22:50] INFO: Waiting 30 seconds for power release
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: Set fan speed to 100%
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: Checking fans
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: fan[0] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: fan[1] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: fan[2] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: fan[3] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:23:20] INFO: Power ON
[2020/01/11 15:23:27] INFO: Initializing hashboards
[2020/01/11 15:23:28] INFO: chain[0] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:23:30] INFO: chain[0] - Current voltage is 17040 mV
[2020/01/11 15:23:40] INFO: chain[0] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:23:43] INFO: chain[1] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:23:45] INFO: chain[1] - Current voltage is 16942 mV
[2020/01/11 15:23:55] INFO: chain[1] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:23:58] INFO: chain[2] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:24:00] INFO: chain[2] - Current voltage is 16966 mV
[2020/01/11 15:24:10] INFO: chain[2] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:24:14] INFO: Setting freq from 50 to 625 Mhz gradually
[2020/01/11 15:24:18] INFO: Adjusting voltage to 18000 mV (freq=50 Mhz, temp=21 C)
[2020/01/11 15:24:18] INFO: Setting voltage from 17000 to 18000 mV gradually
[2020/01/11 15:27:31] INFO: Setting voltage from 18000 to 16000 mV gradually
[2020/01/11 15:28:09] INFO: Start mining!
[2020/01/11 15:28:11] INFO: Set fan speed to 62%
[2020/01/11 15:28:55] INFO: Set fan speed to 66%
[2020/01/11 15:35:15] INFO: Initializing SOC
[2020/01/11 15:35:15] INFO: Detected 256 Mb of RAM
[2020/01/11 15:35:21] INFO: Starting FPGA queue
[2020/01/11 15:35:21] INFO: Power OFF
[2020/01/11 15:35:21] INFO: Waiting 30 seconds for power release
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: Set fan speed to 100%
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: Checking fans
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: fan[0] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: fan[1] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: fan[2] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: fan[3] - OK
[2020/01/11 15:35:51] INFO: Power ON
[2020/01/11 15:35:58] INFO: Initializing hashboards
[2020/01/11 15:35:59] INFO: chain[0] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:36:02] INFO: chain[0] - Current voltage is 17015 mV
[2020/01/11 15:36:11] INFO: chain[0] - 30 chips detected
[2020/01/11 15:36:14] INFO: chain[1] - Initializing
[2020/01/11 15:36:17] INFO: chain[1] - Current voltage is 16948 mV
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January 11, 2020, 04:02:54 PM
Last edit: January 13, 2020, 01:20:53 AM by frodocooper
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If you leave it alone will it stay in that loop and do 20 30 40 resets?

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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Does anyone have some good setup for T17 on power consumption bellow 2400w? I tried a lot combinations yesterday, my T17s in this moment works on 740mhz/16,8V/2270w/44,5Ths. Nothing better for now...

I get the same 44,567.53  with your config
My room temp 21 degree
http://uupload.ir/files/mdor_pcb-chip.png
Big problem is fan speed now which is very noisy
So despite 3 more TH than original I would know if I can low fan speed or is it not recommended?

My device also also rebooted every 10 min! on any settings!

If you leave it alone will it stay in that loop and do 20 30 40 resets?

I'm afraid DevFee    status is Dead
Is that the reason each 10 min my t17 gets reset?
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I'm afraid DevFee    status is Dead
Is that the reason each 10 min my t17 gets reset?

Check if it is giving dev fee error. If it is it will stop working. Change the dev fee to a different location or something is blocking it if you get that error.

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January 11, 2020, 11:53:34 PM
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I mean not for nothing that 75w a th is the lowest setting most people can get and no other firmware comes close. If you think about it this was a over 100w/th unit at one point.


 Sad on the S9 , if you take for exemple 600mhz at 820mv, if come by X or Y or Z firmware, the config is same, so the resultat is same to !

All custom firmware with all custom and asicboost, is possible to down to 75w, even more !!! on my firmware (i thinks same resultat with other) i agree to down to arround 70W ! but the hashrate is VERY LOW !!!


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Last edit: January 13, 2020, 01:25:58 AM by frodocooper
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Hey taserz, were inching close to that two week mark, still looking good for the auto tune completion? Any update on the settings for 30 ish watts per th

I get the same 44,567.53  with your config
My room temp 21 degree
http://uupload.ir/files/mdor_pcb-chip.png
Big problem is fan speed now which is very noisy
So despite 3 more TH than original I would know if I can low fan speed or is it not recommended?

My device also also rebooted every 10 min! on any settings!

The fans if you leave them on auto are very quick to max out, i have my miners suck in filtered outdoor air, my outdoor temp is on avg -20 C, fans set to 20%

https://ibb.co/q1Jy1C2

i can have them at 10% but on the -10 afternoons ive hit 90 degrees which at that point it max out fans and shuts that board down

at 20% fans, i very rarely even hit 70 degrees, the PSU fans are louder then the cooling fans

as for your reboots i dont have any problems like that how ever im only running 610 mhz ish and 16.2 volts
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Last edit: January 18, 2020, 03:09:52 AM by frodocooper
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[...]

No all the firmware is not the same. The vast majority of the firmware use the same stock bitmain driver which doesn't tune chips it tunes the hashboard. 75w/th is pretty much the lowest you can go on AVERAGE for a stock s9. You can get them down to 70w/th if you do the dual S9 firmware with 1psu 1controlboard 2 front fans no rear fans.

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I will power my unit on my test bench on tomorrow and tell you what settings I have I was trying to recreate it and I got very close Smiley

Yeah our fans speed is a little wonky in this current version. Auto likes to max it out.

Also as far as the timeline for an update we found 1 bug causing hashrate to slowly drop over time but we fixed it. We are just adding a few protection features to prevent it being cracked. Our developement team is currently on Holiday as Christmas overseas is on January 7th and they are on an extended holiday trip!

A little update for those trying to install it. All the new hardware requires you to MICRO-SD card flash to downgrade them then you can just install our firmware. The files to put on the sd card can be found on our website. Those with older 17's that never did the bitmain updates the tool is the quicker route to installing it.



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