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February 22, 2015, 03:38:14 PM
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Hi All,

We are Happy to announce that the SP20 has sold out.

It's not too late for those who want to own a Spondoolies-Tech unit as we continue to offer the SP31.
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp31-yukon-shipping-from-stock

These are the last of our second generation units that will be available while we continue our development of the third generation.

A big thank you from all of us at Spondoolies-Tech to all SP20 reviewers, customers, and enthusiasts!

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And now that these are all gone and the 31's are next in line...Can you drop any info about the time line of the 3rd gen???
I personally have been holding my bankroll to see whats next and when it will happen.

Agreed, let's stick to plug and play rack mount, I'm excited to buy the new gen ASAP!

As for providing 4 x 120VAC plugs... get a 30amp 220 plug, or unplug your dyer Tongue lol
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February 22, 2015, 03:39:25 PM
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Hi All,

We are Happy to announce that the SP20 has sold out.

It's not too late for those who want to own a Spondoolies-Tech unit as we continue to offer the SP31.
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp31-yukon-shipping-from-stock

These are the last of our second generation units that will be available while we continue our development of the third generation.

A big thank you from all of us at Spondoolies-Tech to all SP20 reviewers, customers, and enthusiasts!

Regards,

Gadi



Any luck on a free shipping deal on these? Cheesy
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February 22, 2015, 03:43:46 PM
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Hi All,

We are Happy to announce that the SP20 has sold out.

It's not too late for those who want to own a Spondoolies-Tech unit as we continue to offer the SP31.
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp31-yukon-shipping-from-stock

These are the last of our second generation units that will be available while we continue our development of the third generation.

A big thank you from all of us at Spondoolies-Tech to all SP20 reviewers, customers, and enthusiasts!

Regards,

Gadi



And now that these are all gone and the 31's are next in line...Can you drop any info about the time line of the 3rd gen???
I personally have been holding my bankroll to see whats next and when it will happen.

Agreed, let's stick to plug and play rack mount, I'm excited to buy the new gen ASAP!

As for providing 4 x 120VAC plugs... get a 30amp 220 plug, or unplug your dyer Tongue lol


I would think 220-240 would be best for any set-up running more than 2 miners. I also like the Idea of rack mount cause its a little bit
easier to control the environment. Anyway...the sooner the better!!!

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February 22, 2015, 03:48:15 PM
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I dont think it is a matter of IF the demand for a home miner is there... I definitely think it is... but rather at what price point is the right amount of demand available.

Although some complained about the SP20 being at $479 I think that the build quality and support behind the product justified the price... even more so against your closest less expensive direct competitor, the S5.

Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley

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February 22, 2015, 05:26:55 PM
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I dont think it is a matter of IF the demand for a home miner is there... I definitely think it is... but rather at what price point is the right amount of demand available.

Although some complained about the SP20 being at $479 I think that the build quality and support behind the product justified the price... even more so against your closest less expensive direct competitor, the S5.

Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley

Depends if they find the extra bit of profit is worth dealling with all the stupid customers, lol
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February 22, 2015, 05:30:45 PM
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Depends if they find the extra bit of profit is worth dealling with all the stupid customers, lol

LOL. So true and sadly funny.  Grin

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February 22, 2015, 06:42:31 PM
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I dont think it is a matter of IF the demand for a home miner is there... I definitely think it is... but rather at what price point is the right amount of demand available.

Although some complained about the SP20 being at $479 I think that the build quality and support behind the product justified the price... even more so against your closest less expensive direct competitor, the S5.

Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley

Depends if they find the extra bit of profit is worth dealling with all the stupid customers, lol
I would think that as long as the word "profit" is in the answer to the equation, they will come up with something ...
SP20's started at $1,190.00 USD and sold out at $479.00 ... they were still making "profit" at $479.00

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February 22, 2015, 06:46:36 PM
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I dont think it is a matter of IF the demand for a home miner is there... I definitely think it is... but rather at what price point is the right amount of demand available.

Although some complained about the SP20 being at $479 I think that the build quality and support behind the product justified the price... even more so against your closest less expensive direct competitor, the S5.

Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley

Depends if they find the extra bit of profit is worth dealling with all the stupid customers, lol
I would think that as long as the word "profit" is in the answer to the equation, they will come up with something ...
SP20's started at $1,190.00 USD and sold out at $479.00 ... they were still making "profit" at $479.00

No, we didn't.

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February 22, 2015, 06:47:11 PM
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Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley
Thank you.

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February 22, 2015, 06:48:43 PM
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It's true that our first 3rd gen design is targeted large scale deployment. However, if the market demand will exist, we might create a smaller form factor.
It took us less than 2 month from decision to a working SP20 prototype.

Be ready for huge demand. Current demand is surpressed by the low exchange rate. Next time the exchange rate jumps, you'll see huge demand for home miners.

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February 22, 2015, 06:54:51 PM
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I dont think it is a matter of IF the demand for a home miner is there... I definitely think it is... but rather at what price point is the right amount of demand available.

Although some complained about the SP20 being at $479 I think that the build quality and support behind the product justified the price... even more so against your closest less expensive direct competitor, the S5.

Keep up the good work SP. I am sure whatever you make will sell. You guys have built a good name behind yourselves.

Thanks  Smiley

Depends if they find the extra bit of profit is worth dealling with all the stupid customers, lol
I would think that as long as the word "profit" is in the answer to the equation, they will come up with something ...
SP20's started at $1,190.00 USD and sold out at $479.00 ... they were still making "profit" at $479.00

No, we didn't.

Lol, well usually last item clear outs lose profit. That being said, I would hope enough was made off the initial run that it covered the bit of loss you took on the last few.

I'm so happy with these guys, My only complain is I was the myminer.io page gave some stats, like Hash and temps. So I don't need to check half a dozen tabs Cheesy lol

I'm ready to preorder your next one!
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February 22, 2015, 06:59:23 PM
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It's true that our first 3rd gen design is targeted large scale deployment. However, if the market demand will exist, we might create a smaller form factor.
It took us less than 2 month from decision to a working SP20 prototype.


It all depends on many variables (bitcoin price, difficulty, improvement in specs, etc.) as to whether it will happen or not, but my plan has been to mine on my SP20s for a few more months before reselling them for the next generation of SP hardware.  A planned resale is the only way to even approach ROI (or at least reduce losses) with the current generation, so the whether or not there is a suitable next generation may mean the difference between mining or not soon.  To hear that a next generation may not be coming for home mining is disappointing, but I do understand completely.

Just an observation about my preferences should you consider the smaller form factor:

In my case, except for my first SP20 (which I bought an EVGA supply for), I've been buying 240V server supplies from eBay and modding them ($30 per 1200W supply and <$10 in parts to mod... nice).  The ability to do this has made for substantial price savings which would be nice to carry into the next generation (it was the difference between ordering a nano farm or not).  That said, it would be nice if the target power consumption for the next gen home miner stays around the same 1100-1200W to use these supplies (but with improved hash rate at that same consumption).

If it were possible, I would alternatively certainly consider moving to the rack mount form at home if it could be ordered at a lesser cost optioned without the built in power supplies.  Perhaps a compromise could be made where the rack form factor includes 12VDC jacks or screw terminals for those who want to order it without the power supplies and to provide our own supplies?  I know it would increase your BOM on the model, but it would allow the same form factor to serve both applications.

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February 22, 2015, 07:05:02 PM
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I'm so happy with these guys, My only complain is I was the myminer.io page gave some stats, like Hash and temps. So I don't need to check half a dozen tabs Cheesy lol

I second this, even if just for having the hash rate visible.  It would make my efficiency tracking a lot easier!

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February 22, 2015, 07:21:08 PM
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New gen is for industrial mining only. No home units.

It's true that our first 3rd gen design is targeted large scale deployment. However, if the market demand will exist, we might create a smaller form factor.
It took us less than 2 month from decision to a working SP20 prototype.

i am intrested but without PSU . what i to do whit my 12V 2500A installation and rack.
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February 22, 2015, 07:23:05 PM
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How large is large?
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February 22, 2015, 07:26:12 PM
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Large. Completely unsuitable for home / garage installation. Still use air cooling.

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February 22, 2015, 07:36:06 PM
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Large. Completely unsuitable for home / garage installation. Still use air cooling.

in my humble opinion, such machines would not be competitive in a long run because of a large capital expenditure.
By the time they mine 50% of their cost, new machines with better efficiency will run circles around them, but I digress.
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February 22, 2015, 07:45:58 PM
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Large. Completely unsuitable for home / garage installation. Still use air cooling.

in my humble opinion, such machines would not be competitive in a long run because of a large capital expenditure.
By the time they mine 50% of their cost, new machines with better efficiency will run circles around them, but I digress.
It all depends on the system $/GH/h (and J/GH...) ratio.

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February 22, 2015, 07:47:20 PM
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the most important: $/kw
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February 22, 2015, 07:53:23 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
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