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March 31, 2015, 07:45:18 PM
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On Intel D54250WYK NUC with 16 GB of RAM, we're getting about 100 TH/s.
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Do you only get 50 TH/s with 8GB or RAM?   Smiley
No. The SAT Solver RAM requirement is exponential.

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March 31, 2015, 07:46:13 PM
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Looks like I won't need that 240V circuit for your next generation of miner after all......

So much for the 4U, 16KW plan, huh?
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March 31, 2015, 07:46:53 PM
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On Intel D54250WYK NUC with 16 GB of RAM, we're getting about 100 TH/s.
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Do you only get 50 TH/s with 8GB or RAM?   Smiley
No. The SAT Solver RAM requirement is exponential.

So it's more then 50 TH/s with 8GB of RAM then?
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March 31, 2015, 07:49:37 PM
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After two years in the making, I'm happy to announce that we completed the development of a very efficient SAT solver for SHA256.
On Intel D54250WYK NUC with 16 GB of RAM, we're getting about 100 TH/s.

With great power comes great responsibility.

In order to protect the Bitcoin ecosystem, we'll sell each month only 1,000 SAT10 units.
The initial cost will be $5,000 per unit. We'll sell up to two units per customer each month.

Each SAT10 unit will contain the following:

- Intel D54250WYK NUC
- 16 GB Kingston SODIMM
- 1TB WD Magnetic 2.5" HDD (we'll provide SSD upgrade option)
- Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 card
- Spondoolies's Propriety mini PCI Express card
- Pre-configured Ubuntu 14.04 with cgminer, running as full node

The mini PCI Express card contains proprietary essentials close elements of the SAT Solver.

We did a large scale testing of our initial batch last week but beside testing and development, we don't intend to run our own farm.

If you're interested to participate in a draw to buy the first batch (shipping immediately from stock), please fill the following form:
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/pages/sat10-draw

Thanks,
Guy

We very much enjoy the Team of "Spondoolies-Tech" and the products that they produce.  

Keep on doing what Y'all do.

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March 31, 2015, 07:49:40 PM
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Some of you should google what an SAT solver is, heh.
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March 31, 2015, 07:50:15 PM
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Special delivery to Iran.......via F-16 maybe? Don't mind the 500lb package!
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March 31, 2015, 07:53:06 PM
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We can't ship to Iran.

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March 31, 2015, 07:54:55 PM
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how many would I need to warm up my Batcave?
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March 31, 2015, 08:00:13 PM
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Some of you should google what an SAT solver is, heh.


I googled around. I found this but it is the problem not the solver.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boolean_satisfiability_problem

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March 31, 2015, 08:11:05 PM
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Some of you should google what an SAT solver is, heh.
There has been some interest in applying SAT solvers to the Bitcoin mining problem.  I think the HN thread's still the best place to start.

Another approach is in machine learning and I expect Bitmain to come out with a turnkey mining solution based thereon soon.

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March 31, 2015, 08:15:38 PM
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Some of you should google what an SAT solver is, heh.
There has been some interest in applying SAT solvers to the Bitcoin mining problem.  I think the HN thread's still the best place to start.

Another approach is in machine learning and I expect Bitmain to come out with a turnkey mining solution based thereon soon.

This would be nice if it were true.  right now 100th in sp20's = 50 kwatts .

100th on a cranked out intel nuc = less then 50 watts.  It would be a 1000 fold improvement.  it would really change the btc world

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March 31, 2015, 08:19:09 PM
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Some of you should google what an SAT solver is, heh.
There has been some interest in applying SAT solvers to the Bitcoin mining problem.  I think the HN thread's still the best place to start.

Another approach is in machine learning and I expect Bitmain to come out with a turnkey mining solution based thereon soon.

This would be nice if it were true.

Are you sure that's Bitmain? Maybe you meant Butterfly Labs?

Just skip the Monarch refund and apply it to the next "Learn O Tron" miner......
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March 31, 2015, 08:41:00 PM
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I didnt even look into it, saw new Spon tech and jumped.
Damn you and your early april fools!

Better not have just signed up for midget porn in my email!
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March 31, 2015, 09:09:29 PM
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Hahahha epic ! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 31, 2015, 09:16:10 PM
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After two years in the making, I'm happy to announce that we completed the development of a very efficient SAT solver for SHA256.
On Intel D54250WYK NUC with 16 GB of RAM, we're getting about 100 TH/s.

With great power comes great responsibility.

In order to protect the Bitcoin ecosystem, we'll sell each month only 1,000 SAT10 units.
The initial cost will be $5,000 per unit. We'll sell up to two units per customer each month.

Each SAT10 unit will contain the following:

- Intel D54250WYK NUC
- 16 GB Kingston SODIMM
- 1TB WD Magnetic 2.5" HDD (we'll provide SSD upgrade option)
- Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 card
- Spondoolies's Propriety mini PCI Express card
- Pre-configured Ubuntu 14.04 with cgminer, running as full node

The mini PCI Express card contains proprietary essentials close elements of the SAT Solver.

We did a large scale testing of our initial batch last week but beside testing and development, we don't intend to run our own farm.

If you're interested to participate in a draw to buy the first batch (shipping immediately from stock), please fill the following form:
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/pages/sat10-draw

Thanks,
Guy

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March 31, 2015, 10:12:02 PM
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Does anyone know when they re-stock their physical miners, since everything says sold out.

Like I dont know how long I`ll wait around to get one, but I might just end up going with the cloud service they have if its taking way too long then expected.

or do you just recommend me buying it someone on the forum or ebay?

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March 31, 2015, 10:28:37 PM
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Does anyone know when they re-stock their physical miners, since everything says sold out.

Like I dont know how long I`ll wait around to get one, but I might just end up going with the cloud service they have if its taking way too long then expected.

or do you just recommend me buying it someone on the forum or ebay?

They have said they are not making any more of their existing product line. There is no official ETA for the next gen but if its before Q4 this year I would be pleasantly surprised.

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March 31, 2015, 10:32:15 PM
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Does anyone know when they re-stock their physical miners, since everything says sold out.

Like I dont know how long I`ll wait around to get one, but I might just end up going with the cloud service they have if its taking way too long then expected.

or do you just recommend me buying it someone on the forum or ebay?

send me a pm if you are in the usa and you want 1 sp20 with a psu.

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March 31, 2015, 11:02:44 PM
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I don't think you should be experiencing 500 Ghs fluctuations w identical power settings.  Mine are within 2-3% of one another.


Hello everyone. I'm a CoinTerra refugee and new to the Spondoolies camp. Just got an SP31 up and running over the weekend.

I can't seem to find any definitive explanation for setting the "Fan Speed" parameter. The documentation says the fan speed affects the unit's hash rate.  But is the effect of fan speed on hash rate direct or consequential?  That is, is the fan speed setting directly used in setting the ASIC clock rates, or does a faster/slower fan simply mean cooler/warmer ASICs that subsequently mean faster/slower hashing?

The reason I ask is that my miner is in relatively cold (60F) server room and the chassis temps are holding at 21C front and 59C/59C rear.  So I was wondering if it's possible to devote less PSU power to air movement, and more power to the ASICs by reducing the fan speed. Or is such an endeavor a fool's errand?

Any sound (pardon the pun) advice on the matter would be greatly appreciated.


This might be a little off topic I appolgize.  Just wanted to warn you that you might want to switch names before you go to far. Terra Hash was a scam bitcoin maker that ran off with pre-orders.   So if anyone googles your name it has TONS of bad PR.


@notlist3d: Thanks for the fair warning. I'll be sure to have my flame suite ready. But I can assure you I AM NOT THAT GUY!!! I'm just some dude down in Mississippi trying to mine a few coins. My TerraMiner IV units suffered premature deaths, so I made scrap metal out of them and moved to Spondoolies.

Hi.  I run 10 of the SP31s and here are some of my settings.

Most quiet, my most efficient setting:  Fan 40 then .64 .64. .67 and PSUs to 750w each.  This should equal about 3500 ghs. At this setting, my AC units are louder than the miners.

For about 4,000 ghs:  Fan 60, .65 .65 .70 and PSUs to 925w each.

I have other settings above this, but these are the two lower settings that I most often use, especially if the miners will be unattended.  Please keep in mind that these settings may not work for others and are based on my cooling/ventilation setup, etc.

Hope this helps a little.  I have seen little fluctuation in hashing rate with fan speeds, more so with PSU voltage limits.


I'm running 5 units, all currently with identical settings. It's a mixed bag on performance.  The temps are all very close, but the hash rate varies amongst the units from ~4000 to ~4450.  I was hoping for a bit more consistency but this may normal.  I'v also got one unit where ASIC#1 is totally DOA from Spondoolies-Tech.  Not really sure what to do about that.
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April 01, 2015, 02:37:28 AM
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After two years in the making, I'm happy to announce that we completed the development of a very efficient SAT solver for SHA256.
On Intel D54250WYK NUC with 16 GB of RAM, we're getting about 100 TH/s.

With great power comes great responsibility.

In order to protect the Bitcoin ecosystem, we'll sell each month only 1,000 SAT10 units.
The initial cost will be $5,000 per unit. We'll sell up to two units per customer each month.

Each SAT10 unit will contain the following:

- Intel D54250WYK NUC
- 16 GB Kingston SODIMM
- 1TB WD Magnetic 2.5" HDD (we'll provide SSD upgrade option)
- Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 card
- Spondoolies's Propriety mini PCI Express card
- Pre-configured Ubuntu 14.04 with cgminer, running as full node

The mini PCI Express card contains proprietary essentials close elements of the SAT Solver.

We did a large scale testing of our initial batch last week but beside testing and development, we don't intend to run our own farm.

If you're interested to participate in a draw to buy the first batch (shipping immediately from stock), please fill the following form:
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/pages/sat10-draw

Thanks,
Guy

Hi,

I meant to put myself down in the drawing for 2 units.  I accidentally clicked submit without changing the 1 in quantity to 2 in quantity when my 4 year old hit my arm [making me accidentally tap "submit"].  I immediately filled out the drawing form for another single unit in quantity again.  I'm assuming this means I would have to get drawn twice to get both units now?  This is okay if that's the case...

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