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January 02, 2015, 12:05:03 AM
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Edit: I read the rest of the thread. This is not a temperature issue. My bad.

Well it is a bit of a temperature issue, just the other type of temperature and in a very small localised area Shocked

My good news tonight is that my SP31 just shut down and I can't get it looked at till tomorrow.  Angry
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January 02, 2015, 12:05:56 AM
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@phil - yep sp20 end, #3 loop.  but all look slightly toasted. and it wasnt OCd at all, been running fine since arrival.

still confused, but jet-lagged so cant think straight


@ epoch - from what i was told, flashing green = searching for IP/connection. usually lasts a few seconds (check ether cable?)
You might be thinking of the front LED; it isn't that one that's flashing. It's one of the rear LED's on one of the PSUs. Normally that PSU LED is on solid green; mine starting blinking and I don't know what that means ... it must mean something bad, since 1/2 of my SP30 stopped hashing ... I assume it is the half powered by that blinking PSU.
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January 02, 2015, 12:08:19 AM
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Edit: I read the rest of the thread. This is not a temperature issue. My bad.

Well it is a bit of a temperature issue, just the other type of temperature and in a very small localised area Shocked

My good news tonight is that my SP31 just shut down and I can't get it looked at till tomorrow.  Angry
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That you Guy? Smiley

Hope someone just kicked the cable out or something. I could have got support to do an immediate call out but I've got a new firewall going into the rack tomorrow and everything is being moved around so it can wait.

Hopefully nothing serious, otherwise I'll be taking you up on your offer Smiley

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January 02, 2015, 12:09:46 AM
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Edit: I read the rest of the thread. This is not a temperature issue. My bad.

Well it is a bit of a temperature issue, just the other type of temperature and in a very small localised area Shocked

My good news tonight is that my SP31 just shut down and I can't get it looked at till tomorrow.  Angry
We're ready to assist ...

That you Guy? Smiley

Hope someone just kicked the cable out or something. I could have got support to do an immediate call out but I've got a new firewall going into the rack tomorrow and everything is being moved around so it can wait.

Hopefully nothing serious, otherwise I'll be taking you up on your offer Smiley
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January 02, 2015, 12:55:20 AM
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@phil - yep sp20 end, #3 loop.  but all look slightly toasted. and it wasnt OCd at all, been running fine since arrival.

still confused, but jet-lagged so cant think straight


@ epoch - from what i was told, flashing green = searching for IP/connection. usually lasts a few seconds (check ether cable?)
You might be thinking of the front LED; it isn't that one that's flashing. It's one of the rear LED's on one of the PSUs. Normally that PSU LED is on solid green; mine starting blinking and I don't know what that means ... it must mean something bad, since 1/2 of my SP30 stopped hashing ... I assume it is the half powered by that blinking PSU.
Please contact support@ for technical diagnostic and PSU RMA if needed. Did you try switching the PSUs ?
It seems to be up and running again after letting it cool off a bit. I am curious to know what the green blinking LED on the PSU means, though.
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January 02, 2015, 01:58:04 AM
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It seems to be up and running again after letting it cool off a bit. I am curious to know what the green blinking LED on the PSU means, though.

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January 02, 2015, 02:04:25 AM
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It seems to be up and running again after letting it cool off a bit. I am curious to know what the green blinking LED on the PSU means, though.
>> AC PRESENT, STBY ON, MAIN OUTPUT OFF

see page 4.

https://www.artesyn.com/power/assets/ds1200_ds_1219707774.pdf
Appreciated, thanks.
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January 02, 2015, 02:57:18 AM
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It seems to be up and running again after letting it cool off a bit. I am curious to know what the green blinking LED on the PSU means, though.

>> AC PRESENT, STBY ON, MAIN OUTPUT OFF

see page 4.

https://www.artesyn.com/power/assets/ds1200_ds_1219707774.pdf


what almost certainly happened is the SP30 pushed the PSU just a tad too far and tripped the protection circuit. When that happens some power supplies need to be unplugged and left to cool for a few minutes before they can boot again

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January 02, 2015, 03:20:29 AM
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It seems to be up and running again after letting it cool off a bit. I am curious to know what the green blinking LED on the PSU means, though.

>> AC PRESENT, STBY ON, MAIN OUTPUT OFF

see page 4.

https://www.artesyn.com/power/assets/ds1200_ds_1219707774.pdf


what almost certainly happened is the SP30 pushed the PSU just a tad too far and tripped the protection circuit. When that happens some power supplies need to be unplugged and left to cool for a few minutes before they can boot again

sp20 has that built in also, it's called having a very safe miner.  Wink

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January 02, 2015, 02:34:42 PM
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Thx guys, one cable end is fried, other 3 are slightly scorched.
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Edgar, what PSU and cables did you use ?
Can you ship them for inspection ?

Cooler master V850 that was running a november jupiter at 1150 for 12 months without hiccup.

i can indeed send the damaged cable if you require it but i am confident it was an ever-so-slightly loose connection that has  overheated after a month or so of use and a couple of power surges that knocked out various rigs at various times.

i replaced the cable after scraping out the debris and am back at 1430-1510GH/s @ 940w

the  sockets of all 4 pcie slots on the sp20e look toasted but just that one is very bad

dont really wanna RMA as i lost a fair few days of mining while i was away and now there's that spike in diff.

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January 02, 2015, 03:33:06 PM
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regardless, i am 100% certain the cable was at fault, not the sp20e as it isn't even OCd.

upon replacement of the cable its back running at 1430-1510GH/s @ 940W



Temp Front / Back T,B
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Start Voltage
    0.67 / 0.67 / 0.67 / 0.67
Max Voltage
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Max Watts
    215 / 215 / 215 / 215


Thank you for clarifying.
How does the current limiting on the PCIe plugs work, BTW? I'm not at home to check, but I would assume that the two plugs are not simply paralleled on the hashing board and that each 12V plug powers two of the ASICs in a loop.
IE, if you disabled a full loop on a hashing board you'd pull full power from one plug, and ~0W from the other.

Is that correct?
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January 02, 2015, 04:41:58 PM
Last edit: January 02, 2015, 04:59:09 PM by bgibso01
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OK, I've done a recovery and now have the SP20 no longer reporting that it is an SP10.  I updated the firmware to the 2.5.64 and seem to be back at square one regarding the unit not hashing.  It runs for about 5-6 minutes and then turns off cgminer.  During that time it's 100% discards. After that, the ASIC tab shows no adapter.  Before that, there was one.

This is on CKPool.  I have another SP20 running just fine on it.

Edit:  Also seeing issues with the gui coming back up after reboot.
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January 02, 2015, 04:58:20 PM
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OK, I've done a recovery and now have the SP20 no longer reporting that it is an SP10.  I updated the firmware to the 2.5.64 and seem to be back at square one regarding the unit not hashing.  It runs for about 5-6 minutes and then turns off cgminer.  During that time it's 100% discards. After that, the ASIC tab shows no adapter.  Before that, there was one.

This is on CKPool.  I have another SP20 running just fine on it.
Contact our technical support, the details are in the technical blog. We'll RMA after a diagnostic session.

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January 02, 2015, 05:08:46 PM
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OK, I've done a recovery and now have the SP20 no longer reporting that it is an SP10.  I updated the firmware to the 2.5.64 and seem to be back at square one regarding the unit not hashing.  It runs for about 5-6 minutes and then turns off cgminer.  During that time it's 100% discards. After that, the ASIC tab shows no adapter.  Before that, there was one.

This is on CKPool.  I have another SP20 running just fine on it.
Contact our technical support, the details are in the technical blog. We'll RMA after a diagnostic session.

Thanks.  I'm pretty sure it's on my side now (except for the 2.5.12 showing up as Dawson) Smiley  I swapped PSUs with the one sitting next to it, and now both seem to be working fine.  I'm going to let them run this weekend and if everything is good, I want some more Smiley

Will the New Year's GB still be going on Monday?
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January 02, 2015, 05:14:07 PM
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Will the New Year's GB still be going on Monday?
We didn't decide yet.

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January 02, 2015, 05:22:49 PM
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Lots of SP31 inventory or are they running out? A 2 pack of those for 3k would be a nice New Years sale and on par with the December SP20 $\ghash deal.
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January 02, 2015, 05:36:47 PM
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Will the New Year's GB still be going on Monday?
We didn't decide yet.
RoadStress decided, we'll extend to Monday midnight.

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January 02, 2015, 05:37:54 PM
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Lots of SP31 inventory or are they running out? A 2 pack of those for 3k would be a nice New Years sale and on par with the December SP20 $\ghash deal.
No, but you can contact us for bulk deals.

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January 02, 2015, 07:04:06 PM
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Thx guys, one cable end is fried, other 3 are slightly scorched.
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Edgar, what PSU and cables did you use ?
Can you ship them for inspection ?

Cooler master V850 that was running a november jupiter at 1150 for 12 months without hiccup.

i can indeed send the damaged cable if you require it but i am confident it was an ever-so-slightly loose connection that has  overheated after a month or so of use and a couple of power surges that knocked out various rigs at various times.

i replaced the cable after scraping out the debris and am back at 1430-1510GH/s @ 940w

the  sockets of all 4 pcie slots on the sp20e look toasted but just that one is very bad

dont really wanna RMA as i lost a fair few days of mining while i was away and now there's that spike in diff.



I have 6 V850 psu-s. They are about 1 and a half years old.

2 days ago at one of them one pcie connector was melted on the psu side.

At all of 6 psu-s the cables were hot on the psu side.

Looks like have to be careful with them....

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January 02, 2015, 07:13:16 PM
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Will the New Year's GB still be going on Monday?
We didn't decide yet.
RoadStress decided, we'll extend to Monday midnight.

I don't think that you will ever stop it [unless you run out of Sp20]...sales are addictive  Wink
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