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February 27, 2015, 05:36:49 AM
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WHat does 6 blink of the yellow led mean  Huh
The yellow led shows powering up sequence and "User Led" to help identify the unit.

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February 27, 2015, 06:44:46 AM
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Does the SP31 need 220?
No, but the hash-rate will be lower due to increased PSU loss.

Hmm, I'll have to see if I can get 220 run since there's no more sp20s :p
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February 27, 2015, 06:46:00 AM
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Does the SP31 need 220?
No, but the hash-rate will be lower due to increased PSU loss.

Hmm, I'll have to see if I can get 220 run since there's no more sp20s :p
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February 27, 2015, 07:11:46 AM
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Morning!
Can the 2 psu's in sp3x be powered 5 to 10seconds apart? don't want to shock to much the electric circuits in my house:)
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February 27, 2015, 07:15:08 AM
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Morning!
Can the 2 psu's in sp3x be powered 5 to 10seconds apart? don't want to shock to much the electric circuits in my house:)
Thank you!
Checking. It's the weekend ...

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February 27, 2015, 07:21:47 AM
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I know, no rush as i still need to get rid of antminers Grin
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February 27, 2015, 07:31:00 AM
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I know, no rush as i still need to get rid of antminers Grin
http://www.wikihow.com/Kill-Ants-without-Pesticides

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February 27, 2015, 07:32:03 AM
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Smiley)))))))) you the man! Grin
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February 27, 2015, 07:55:39 AM
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So my SP10 just arrived (ordered from Ebay) and so far it's made me decide not to buy anything from the website again. The case is banged up to hell to the point that the power supply wouldn't even slide out. The unit was not well protected even in the cardboard box... So does anyone have any tips for opening up an sp10? I'm going to take the casing and see if I can bend the dents out.
The boxes aren't really meant for double/multiple shipping times. After the first shipment the box usually gets banged up a little but not much, but it weakens the packaging enough for the next shipment to just fall apart. If it came by pallet originally you get 1 extra shipment out of it usually. I wouldn't buy a SP10 in original packaging I would want it / make sure its wrapped in bubble wrap and potentially a new box.

The only stuff that works is those molds they make. Like a really tough styrofoam feel but a lot more dense. That's the best for packaging heavy items. And then you need a triple layer cardboard box so the box itself doesn't fall apart. Hard to ship stuff some times.


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February 27, 2015, 08:00:50 AM
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Morning!
Can the 2 psu's in sp3x be powered 5 to 10seconds apart? don't want to shock to much the electric circuits in my house:)
Thank you!
Yes, no issue at all.

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February 27, 2015, 08:03:00 AM
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Thank you very much! Grin
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February 27, 2015, 08:13:31 AM
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Their saying the definetly WILL NOT produce consumer models for their next gen...
What I said was that our initial form factor for the 3rd gen will be suitable for bulk buyers.
Please read my last messages.

This is fine, as long as that grade is not required at a truck load to buy. I could buy a single 16kw unit. no issue, would like to buy from you and not from a third party, unless you plan to have authorized resellers?

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February 27, 2015, 08:18:03 AM
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Their saying the definetly WILL NOT produce consumer models for their next gen...
What I said was that our initial form factor for the 3rd gen will be suitable for bulk buyers.
Please read my last messages.

This is fine, as long as that grade is not required at a truck load to buy. I could buy a single 16kw unit. no issue, would like to buy from you and not from a third party, unless you plan to have authorized resellers?


We'll probably sell single units as well. It's not a promise though. I believe that a much better model for a small buyers will be to buy some small percentage of a shared mine.

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February 27, 2015, 08:22:17 AM
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Can you say anything about the expected development time for gen 3?
Are we looking at weeks, months, years?
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February 27, 2015, 08:25:08 AM
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Can you say anything about the expected development time for gen 3?
Are we looking at weeks, months, years?
Few months. We have two parallel efforts, each with different risk / reward and timeframe.
It's not around the corner, we need to squeeze the most from 28, since we don't do FinFET yet.

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February 27, 2015, 08:31:03 AM
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I know, no rush as i still need to get rid of antminers Grin

In my eyes there are basically two manufactures making hardware. Bitmain and Spondoolie. I've owned KNC, Avalon, Butterfly and others, but right now in the game I think are just these two.

I know Bitmain will eventually come out with more home mining solutions for a little while more, but it sounds like Spondoolie is only out to cater bulk orders and more commercial going forward. Is that safe to say? I think the SP20 was just a field test to see how it would work out. I think the only form factors we will be seeing from Spondoolie will be rack mountable only.

What this industry needs to do is follow what is working, the computer industry. Make a miner using a 2U form factor (or larger)  and have multiple blades in it where you can easily remove/replace/upgrade. Who wants to keep buying these monster machines when all you need is an upgraded blade. Would keep costs down, secure the company customer loyalty since their blades will only fit in their cases. Of course new software and controller boards need to be made to be able to handle many different configurations. Isn't everyone tired of buying whole entire rigs when you really don't need to?

I can just imagine myself walking into the data center, powering off my 10TH 2U Spondoolie rig, remove one of the 1TH blades and insert the new 3TH blade that just came out on the market. Can basically go from 10TH to 30TH by just swapping some blades. We don't need to keep shipping these monster 2U's all over the world. They take up to much space and there has to be some good R&D out there to make something like this happen, no?

This also would give everyone a price point they can afford. Not everyone can't buy the latest  and greatest new stuff that comes out. And course power draw would be calculated on what blades you have in the box. Maybe three PSU's. 2 to handle 30TH and one for backup.


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February 27, 2015, 08:44:35 AM
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Their saying the definetly WILL NOT produce consumer models for their next gen...
What I said was that our initial form factor for the 3rd gen will be suitable for bulk buyers.
Please read my last messages.

This is fine, as long as that grade is not required at a truck load to buy. I could buy a single 16kw unit. no issue, would like to buy from you and not from a third party, unless you plan to have authorized resellers?


We'll probably sell single units as well. It's not a promise though. I believe that a much better model for a small buyers will be to buy some small percentage of a shared mine.

good I need something (or a legit co-op non profit preferred or small data mine operation with a couple of guys) to string out my equip deprecation of 25% off in taxes due
in 2016 and 2017 (5 years) would help the hit I took in equip purchases vs coin made with this biz option...(have paid no taxes so far...same looks likely for 2015 in my equip to btc/ltc) would be nice to get that last bit those last 2 years to round it off to all my equp being 25% off with no taxes due (a balance between equip and coin made etc)

now if btc/ltc were to go to 1k a coin i'd just pay my taxes due and smile....but looking at options for those who 1) want to still mine hobby or otherwise or 2) are in my boat
and the difficulty vs miners (home or otherwise) I can afford are drying up

It is unlikely that 'cloud mining' would apply to the above (IRS imho would consider that an "investment') with the home miner setup and home biz (the IRS likes my pics) this
has not been an issue

any options feel free to post here or anyone can pm me.....but I ASSUME again..that options other then 'cloud hosting' and 'home mining' are being considered by folk
anyway fishing about for info

(by the by a bank error and filing with SEC in USA forced me to 'file as a legit biz' you can pm me for details I realize this only applies to those of us in my position or
that chose to be legal miners in USA ....on a side note...it seems to have worked out well for me due to btc/ltc's fall in value etc...but I would prefer a rebound in
prices like us all)

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February 27, 2015, 08:44:48 AM
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I know, no rush as i still need to get rid of antminers Grin

In my eyes there are basically two manufactures making hardware. Bitmain and Spondoolie. I've owned KNC, Avalon, Butterfly and others, but right now in the game I think are just these two.

I know Bitmain will eventually come out with more home mining solutions for a little while more, but it sounds like Spondoolie is only out to cater bulk orders and more commercial going forward. Is that safe to say? I think the SP20 was just a field test to see how it would work out. I think the only form factors we will be seeing from Spondoolie will be rack mountable only.

What this industry needs to do is follow what is working, the computer industry. Make a miner using a 2U form factor (or larger)  and have multiple blades in it where you can easily remove/replace/upgrade. Who wants to keep buying these monster machines when all you need is an upgraded blade. Would keep costs down, secure the company customer loyalty since their blades will only fit in their cases. Of course new software and controller boards need to be made to be able to handle many different configurations. Isn't everyone tired of buying whole entire rigs when you really don't need to?

I can just imagine myself walking into the data center, powering off my 10TH 2U Spondoolie rig, remove one of the 1TH blades and insert the new 3TH blade that just came out on the market. Can basically go from 10TH to 30TH by just swapping some blades. We don't need to keep shipping these monster 2U's all over the world. They take up to much space and there has to be some good R&D out there to make something like this happen, no?

This also would give everyone a price point they can afford. Not everyone can't buy the latest  and greatest new stuff that comes out. And course power draw would be calculated on what blades you have in the box. Maybe three PSU's. 2 to handle 30TH and one for backup.


Some posts you probably didn't read:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg10548252#msg10548252
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=872014.msg10596723#msg10596723
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg10551548#msg10551548

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Their saying the definetly WILL NOT produce consumer models for their next gen...
What I said was that our initial form factor for the 3rd gen will be suitable for bulk buyers.
Please read my last messages.

This is fine, as long as that grade is not required at a truck load to buy. I could buy a single 16kw unit. no issue, would like to buy from you and not from a third party, unless you plan to have authorized resellers?


We'll probably sell single units as well. It's not a promise though. I believe that a much better model for a small buyers will be to buy some small percentage of a shared mine.

good I need something (or a legit co-op non profit preferred or small data mine operation with a couple of guys) to string out my equip deprecation of 25% off in taxes due
in 2016 and 2017 (5 years) would help the hit I took in equip purchases vs coin made with this biz option...(have paid no taxes so far...same looks likely for 2015 in my equip to btc/ltc) would be nice to get that last bit those last 2 years to round it off to all my equp being 25% off with no taxes due (a balance between equip and coin made etc)

now if btc/ltc were to go to 1k a coin i'd just pay my taxes due and smile....but looking at options for those who 1) want to still mine hobby or otherwise or 2) are in my boat
and the difficulty vs miners (home or otherwise) I can afford are drying up

It is unlikely that 'cloud mining' would apply to the above (IRS imho would consider that an "investment') with the home miner setup and home biz (the IRS likes my pics) this
has not been an issue

any options feel free to post here or anyone can pm me.....but I ASSUME again..that options other then 'cloud hosting' and 'home mining' are being considered by folk
anyway fishing about for info

(by the by a bank error and filing with SEC in USA forced me to 'file as a legit biz' you can pm me for details I realize this only applies to those of us in my position or
that chose to be legal miners in USA ....on a side note...it seems to have worked out well for me due to btc/ltc's fall in value etc...but I would prefer a rebound in
prices like us all)
complete the full 25% off of equip paid in taxes due (real $$$)
Searing,
Don't get offended, but it's very hard for me to understand your posts. Can you reply in 1-2 lines what you want / need ?

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February 27, 2015, 08:48:18 AM
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Can you say anything about the expected development time for gen 3?
Are we looking at weeks, months, years?
Few months. We have two parallel efforts, each with different risk / reward and timeframe.
It's not around the corner, we need to squeeze the most from 28, since we don't do FinFET yet.

Do you know at this point whether you will be going with small, medium, or large chips? (small being <2W)
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