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May 22, 2014, 12:33:39 AM
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Sorry, it is hard to read 105 pages quickly when trying to make a quick decision. If I were to order an SP10, would I receive that from stock right now and would that pay itself off? I currently have an KNC rig going at 560GH/s right now, but just wanted to add a little more. Also what I'm worried about is the power supply. These don't come with power supplies, so which power supply would be a good one for an SP10? And do these ship from the US or abroad? Just trying to decide to see if a purchase like this would be worth it. With rewards so low, I would want to at least break even....at least of course.
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p.s. does the SP10 need external cooling to keep it cool at all, or all the internal fans do their job?

Yep...they are CURRENTLY shipping from stock...$2.795 + S&H...
Yep...SP10 COMES WITH it's own power supply...in the box...
No...made in and shipping from Israel...by DHL...or FedEx...

ROI...I don't know...you do the math for yourself...I am waiting for $1,795...maybe next month... Wink

Good luck, buddy...

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Sorry, another question I forgot to ask....I did look on their site for this information, but couldn't find it. After placing an order, what is the approx time of delivery to the east coast of the US?

I'll let you know when I get mine.  Order #1356 placed on 5/20 paid by wire transfer.  Being sent to the east coast.

Thanks. I know these type designs are very loud, so I may need to find a good cool place for it. I certainly can't place it in my office, it would be way too loud... and since summer is coming I have to make sure it is at least in a cool room. I told myself I would just buy bitcoin and do away with mining, but buying alone takes the fun factor out of it. What to do. What to do.

Also, one SP10 is fine for a normal household electrical line, right? I believe it is a 15-20amp line.

Hey opentoe Smiley

I just ordered one, I'm going for the hosted option. Mainly because I can't have something that noisy and hot in my farm room at home.

If you go in for the group buy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=598502.0 you get either free delivery or 1 months hosting free.

Group buy price is $3200 using this link http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp10-dawson-may-group-buy

But if you add this checkout code TY7263NKAMIT you get $300 discount, bringing it down to $2900 with either free delivery or free one month hosting.

After the months hosting is up you can buy three month blocks for $200 each or get it shipped (at cost) to wherever you want.

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May 22, 2014, 12:42:48 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Packaging kept miners totally safe and is NOT foam, good idea and design.

booted, configured, load balanced, FW upgraded both are running smooth in test lab, DC is adding another circuit this week so no production stats, but my lab is in standard US home and runs on 120V. SP10 results are:

Temp Front/Back   -   #1 (36C/74C), #2 (36C/70C)
Mining Rate/Watts  -   #1(1346.625/1170), #2(1349.55/1178)

I have run on Eligius & GHash, speed was confirmed on both pools and there is NOT the extreme Duplicates that I see with the S2. In fact the SP10's have been running for a few hours and have yet to submit a reject while operating in hot environment on 120V..  VERY Impressed!!

I am so excited to see these run in the DC..

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May 22, 2014, 01:59:20 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Whonesta, I read in the S2 thread that you just took possession of some S2 machines too.
You've got quite a collection going there … adding a SP30 this year too ?

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May 22, 2014, 02:34:27 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Whonesta, I read in the S2 thread that you just took possession of some S2 machines too.
You've got quite a collection going there … adding a SP30 this year too ?

~L)L~

I will have my eyes open come Q3/Q4 ( Cheesy Grin Cheesy)
I plan to move the S1 racks (6xS1) back to the house from DC to heat, so that should open up 4KWs or so.

The SP10 is looking great so far so I can not wait until their Gen2 stuff comes out.
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May 22, 2014, 03:38:22 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Whonesta, I read in the S2 thread that you just took possession of some S2 machines too.
You've got quite a collection going there … adding a SP30 this year too ?

~L)L~

I will have my eyes open come Q3/Q4 ( Cheesy Grin Cheesy)
I plan to move the S1 racks (6xS1) back to the house from DC to heat, so that should open up 4KWs or so.

The SP10 is looking great so far so I can not wait until their Gen2 stuff comes out.

Does anyone know how many AMPS this SP10 takes up during normal operation?

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May 22, 2014, 04:13:17 AM
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SP 10
A lot of noise?
Suitable for a small apartment??
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May 22, 2014, 04:20:45 AM
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SP 10
A lot of noise?
Suitable for a small apartment??

Not really. You might want to find another place to host it.

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May 22, 2014, 04:44:37 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Whonesta, I read in the S2 thread that you just took possession of some S2 machines too.
You've got quite a collection going there … adding a SP30 this year too ?

~L)L~

I will have my eyes open come Q3/Q4 ( Cheesy Grin Cheesy)
I plan to move the S1 racks (6xS1) back to the house from DC to heat, so that should open up 4KWs or so.

The SP10 is looking great so far so I can not wait until their Gen2 stuff comes out.

Does anyone know how many AMPS this SP10 takes up during normal operation?


Depends on how many volts Smiley

Say it uses 1250W
@110V thats 11.364 Amps
@240V thats 5.2 Amps

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May 22, 2014, 05:37:36 AM
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SP 10
A lot of noise?
Suitable for a small apartment??
Not unless you and all your surrounding neighbours are already stone deaf. Think chainsaw loud when making comparisons.

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May 22, 2014, 05:46:15 AM
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Noise Level:

chainsaw = SP 10    Shocked
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May 22, 2014, 06:05:17 AM
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Hosting is always an option ...

New Mimblewimble implementation: https://www.beam.mw
Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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May 22, 2014, 06:08:48 AM
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SP 10
A lot of noise?
Suitable for a small apartment??
Not unless you and all your surrounding neighbours are already stone deaf. Think chainsaw loud when making comparisons.

Brand?

Gas or Electric?

Chainsaws nearly 100 dB on average.

Tractor enclosed cab nearly 75 dB.


http://www.nonoise.org/library/qz7/QuietChainsaws.pdf

If it gets up near 80 to 85 dB you need to get this thing hosted or set somewhere noise won't be any issue.

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May 22, 2014, 06:12:02 AM
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Hosting is always an option ...

and it is a very venerable option, bearing in mind the price of electricity in Israel, Spondoolies aren't making much extra with their hosting plans priced as they are...
is the hosting option in the US open yet (sorry... tl;dr the specifics)?

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May 22, 2014, 06:17:02 AM
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SP 10
A lot of noise?
Suitable for a small apartment??
Not unless you and all your surrounding neighbours are already stone deaf. Think chainsaw loud when making comparisons.

Brand?

Gas or Electric?

Chainsaws nearly 100 dB on average.

Tractor enclosed cab nearly 75 dB.


http://www.nonoise.org/library/qz7/QuietChainsaws.pdf

If it gets up near 80 to 85 dB you need to get this thing hosted or set somewhere noise won't be any issue.
It covers the entire range of all of these since the SP10 offers quiet medium and turbo settings.

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May 22, 2014, 06:20:19 AM
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SP 10 - Noise Level = 68 dB              Owners confirm?

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp10-dawson-may-second-batch

Quiet Conversation - Noise Level = 65 dB

Washing Machine - Noise Level = 68 dB

Vacuum Cleaner - Noise Level = 75 dB
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SP 10 - Noise Level = 68 dB              Owners confirm?


Yes that is correct.

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May 22, 2014, 06:42:29 AM
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Bear in mind dB tells you nothing about the quality of the sound in pitch, timbre, likelihood of annoying neighbours and getting official complaints from the local council.

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Bear in mind dB tells you nothing about the quality of the sound in pitch, timbre, likelihood of annoying neighbours and getting official complaints from the local council.

i like the sound of my SP10. So much so I visit my old mum's much more regularly these days.

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May 22, 2014, 07:13:01 AM
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2x SP10 finally arrived, US customs released the captives..

Whonesta, I read in the S2 thread that you just took possession of some S2 machines too.
You've got quite a collection going there … adding a SP30 this year too ?

~L)L~

I will have my eyes open come Q3/Q4 ( Cheesy Grin Cheesy)
I plan to move the S1 racks (6xS1) back to the house from DC to heat, so that should open up 4KWs or so.

The SP10 is looking great so far so I can not wait until their Gen2 stuff comes out.

Does anyone know how many AMPS this SP10 takes up during normal operation?

My SP10 hashes at 1.4TH/s at the pool and draws 1,385W at the wall (240V supply) running in normal mode.

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Bear in mind dB tells you nothing about the quality of the sound in pitch, timbre, likelihood of annoying neighbours and getting official complaints from the local council.

i like the sound of my SP10. So much so I visit my old mum's much more regularly these days.

"Spondoolies-Tech - bringing families together"

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LOL! Nice slogan. MadMen be proud.

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