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September 23, 2015, 02:10:23 PM
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I have a few names for it:

SP50 "Stegosaurus" (large and stocky, or maybe, "Triceratops")
SP50 "Dragon"
SP50 "Azhdarchid" (for scientifically inclined)

a few more;

SP50 "Joshua" (from War Games)
SP50 "Gibson" hacking big iron...man

Please post yours...

SP50 "Fatman"

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September 23, 2015, 02:11:22 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home, and would if I had the opportunity to buy them. Hopefully that will happen in the future.

Congrats, Spondoolies!!
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September 23, 2015, 02:15:38 PM
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This is such a monster. Congrats on the the work, Spondoolies-Tech! 
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September 23, 2015, 02:16:13 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home

seriously? you have one mighty garage with a 150-200A dedicated box...jealous.
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September 23, 2015, 02:18:25 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home, and would if I had the opportunity to buy them. Hopefully that will happen in the future.

Congrats, Spondoolies!!

Thus far we still have options of hardware manufacturers that are keeping up with efficiency's.

Unfortunately due to the obvious business opportunities and reduced support costs it has become a trend for manufacturers to cater to the larger clientele and large volume Build To Order.
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September 23, 2015, 02:19:15 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home, and would if I had the opportunity to buy them. Hopefully that will happen in the future.

Congrats, Spondoolies!!

You have an insane garage sir!!!

at 16750 Watts or 16.75kW based on 220V (Standard US 220V service)  that means you have more than 150 amps available.  This compare to most homes that only have 200 amp service for their whole home. :-)
Also that would mean 80 amp breakers for each circuit.... or I guess you could do 6 15 amp 220 V circuit per machines...  That will be one HOT garage!!!!  

On the plus side.... Your garage will be heated all winter.  :-)
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September 23, 2015, 02:19:52 PM
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What is the MOQ?

What country are these shipping from?

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September 23, 2015, 02:20:36 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home

seriously? you have one mighty garage with a 150-200A dedicated box...jealous.

If you have a detached bungalow you can opt to move your main panel/feed to the garage upgrade it to 200A and then feed into the main residence.
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September 23, 2015, 02:33:32 PM
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I want one.  I really really want one.
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September 23, 2015, 02:34:39 PM
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I would like to see what the power input looks like.  Is it a bunch of power cords, or direct wired with it's own breaker.
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September 23, 2015, 02:38:04 PM
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I could run 2 of these in my garage at home

seriously? you have one mighty garage with a 150-200A dedicated box...jealous.

You have an insane garage sir!!!

at 16750 Watts or 16.75kW based on 220V (Standard US 220V service)  that means you have more than 150 amps available.  This compare to most homes that only have 200 amp service for their whole home. :-)
Also that would mean 80 amp breakers for each circuit.... or I guess you could do 6 15 amp 220 V circuit per machines...  That will be one HOT garage!!!!  

On the plus side.... Your garage will be heated all winter.  :-)

If you have a detached bungalow you can opt to move your main panel/feed to the garage upgrade it to 200A and then feed into the main residence.

The garage is detached from my house. When I bought the house, the garage was fed electricity off of the house via a 60A 240V line. Since the garage is a separate building from my house, I was allowed to install a dedicated service onto the building even though I'm in a residential zone. Had a 200A service installed this summer at a cost of $1600 CAD, and am now using about 140A of it. Technically I have 400A available to me since the house also has a 200A service, but I don't plan on using it anymore. I was lucky enough to have my wife tolerate 2 years of in house + garage mining. Now I'll only bring in a few quiet miners for the winter, likely Titan and Neptune hardware to heat the place.

Thus far we still have options of hardware manufacturers that are keeping up with efficiency's.

Unfortunately due to the obvious business opportunities and reduced support costs it has become a trend for manufacturers to cater to the larger clientele and large volume Build To Order.

Thankfully. We haven't been left completely out of the loop, yet. Too bad Spondoolies aren't part of the "good" guys anymore. Sad
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September 23, 2015, 02:39:09 PM
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I would like to see what the power input looks like.  Is it a bunch of power cords, or direct wired with it's own breaker.

Just look at the back of it. 10x 240V inputs, so a bunch of wires.
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September 23, 2015, 02:42:30 PM
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Somehow I missed the picture of the back.  I've just installed an additional 400 amp service and am getting ready to build a shed.  If I could get my hands on a few of these things, that would be a game changer.
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September 23, 2015, 02:43:54 PM
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Somehow I missed the picture of the back.  I've just installed an additional 400 amp service and am getting ready to build a shed.  If I could get my hands on a few of these things, that would be a game changer.

Maybe Spondoolies will allow us "plebs" to form a group buy on these so those with the available power can pick up a few. Shipping logistics would be a nightmare, though.
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September 23, 2015, 02:44:51 PM
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Very nice indeed, mining just took a giant leap forward. Decimal point missing on this page.

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/news/54091269-spondoolies-tech-reveals-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-transaction-verification-services-hardware

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Extremely low power consumption (well below many competitors) and an estimated 4x improvement over current Spondoolies units (15J/GH compared to 0.61J/GH)


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September 23, 2015, 02:51:25 PM
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Somehow I missed the picture of the back.  I've just installed an additional 400 amp service and am getting ready to build a shed.  If I could get my hands on a few of these things, that would be a game changer.

Same. Those are Artesyn style PSUs but they colors are reversed from the SP35's one.


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September 23, 2015, 02:55:23 PM
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Very nice indeed, mining just took a giant leap forward. Decimal point missing on this page.

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/news/54091269-spondoolies-tech-reveals-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-transaction-verification-services-hardware

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Extremely low power consumption (well below many competitors) and an estimated 4x improvement over current Spondoolies units (15J/GH compared to 0.61J/GH)


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Yeah realm this,is a game changer, I just upgraded my basement to 200amp service and also getting another 150 amps in my garage I could handle two of these units, please someone start a group buy for this now!
.even with my bad electrity costs that's only $50 per day for that massive hashrate

Please Guy hook us up!


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September 23, 2015, 02:58:29 PM
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Very nice indeed, mining just took a giant leap forward. Decimal point missing on this page.

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/news/54091269-spondoolies-tech-reveals-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-transaction-verification-services-hardware

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Extremely low power consumption (well below many competitors) and an estimated 4x improvement over current Spondoolies units (15J/GH compared to 0.61J/GH)


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Just to be clear, it is 110Th+/-10%. Beforehand it was a mixed bag with SP30 vs Sp20. Sp30 was +/-, but SP20 was never a +/-, but rather - in most cases.
10% is a bit more variability than I would like to see. 5% would have been better, especially when we are talking about numbers that are so large.
So, if it is 100TH, then it is 16.5J/Gh, still very very impressive for a large machine like this.
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September 23, 2015, 03:01:14 PM
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Very nice indeed, mining just took a giant leap forward. Decimal point missing on this page.

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/news/54091269-spondoolies-tech-reveals-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-transaction-verification-services-hardware

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Extremely low power consumption (well below many competitors) and an estimated 4x improvement over current Spondoolies units (15J/GH compared to 0.61J/GH)


Rich
Yeah realm this,is a game changer, I just upgraded my basement to 200amp service and also getting another 150 amps in my garage I could handle two of these units, please someone start a group buy for this now!
.even with my bad electrity costs that's only $50 per day for that massive hashrate

Please Guy hook us up!

are you guys millionaires? dropping at least 50-52K at the moments notice.
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September 23, 2015, 03:07:54 PM
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Very nice indeed, mining just took a giant leap forward. Decimal point missing on this page.

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/news/54091269-spondoolies-tech-reveals-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-transaction-verification-services-hardware

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Extremely low power consumption (well below many competitors) and an estimated 4x improvement over current Spondoolies units (15J/GH compared to 0.61J/GH)


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Just to be clear, it is 110Th+/-10%. Beforehand it was a mixed bag with SP30 vs Sp20. Sp30 was +/-, but SP20 was never a +/-, but rather - in most cases.
10% is a bit more variability than I would like to see. 5% would have been better, especially when we are talking about numbers that are so large.
So, if it is 100TH, then it is 16.5J/Gh, still very very impressive for a large machine like this.

To be fair only the SP20 was iffy as it was rated right at the top of what it could physically do while in a cooler ambient. And while the SP30 was regrettable, it was refunded sufficiently such that I don't think anyone was too unhappy.

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