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June 03, 2014, 01:49:12 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.

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June 03, 2014, 02:11:04 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.
Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

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June 03, 2014, 02:16:34 PM
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So a lot of people are asking about the noise of the SP10.

I made a quick video of SP10 doing its magic. That's bitcoin sound you are listening to:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__crNsd7GEM

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June 03, 2014, 02:19:35 PM
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I tried to change my sp10 to a static address and it when I click on save it doesn't work.  Does anyone have any idea on how to do this.  Thanks. 
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June 03, 2014, 02:20:55 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.
Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

Thank you for your kind words. PickAxe is also 28 nm
Your spec is way off. Please refrain from future speculation about the it's spec. The SP50 will arrived in late Q4 or early Q1
We won't take pre-orders since it's an high risk product. A completely redesign engine.

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June 03, 2014, 02:22:10 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.
Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

Congrats SP-Tech!

Jonnybravo0311 there won't be an SP-15 I'm afraid. It seems that people aren't interested in small miners anymore. As for the SP50 I expect at least 4x more hashrate than the SP30 and at least same power as SP30. The hashrate jump would equal the one from SP10 to SP30.

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June 03, 2014, 02:24:53 PM
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So a lot of people are asking about the noise of the SP10.

I made a quick video of SP10 doing its magic. That's bitcoin sound you are listening to:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__crNsd7GEM


It's not that bad if you're not running full out Smiley.  I have mine running in my basement with fans at 50%, getting ~1.34 TH/s (120V power here, so that's the best hashing rate I've been able to achieve).  It's still loud, but not the screaming banshee it was on "turbo" mode.

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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.
Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

Congrats SP-Tech!

Jonnybravo0311 there won't be an SP-15 I'm afraid. It seems that people aren't interested in small miners anymore. As for the SP50 I expect at least 4x more hashrate than the SP30 and at least same power as SP30. The hashrate jump would equal the one from SP10 to SP30.

Yeah... that's too bad.  I got back from Tokyo, saw your group buy and thought, "OK... I just purchased the SP-10, let's scrape together the funds for the SP-15... let's see how this buy progresses and I'll jump on it in a day or so."  Unfortunately as of this morning, there's still exactly 1 confirmation, so I'm pretty confident you won't hit that 400 mark.  Guess I'll just have to either a) install some decent power at my house or b) think about hosting options in September.

A 4x increase in hash rate from the SP-30... 24TH/s at the same power draw?  Now that WOULD be a miracle... I'll take two please Smiley

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June 03, 2014, 02:35:43 PM
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Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

Congrats SP-Tech!

Jonnybravo0311 there won't be an SP-15 I'm afraid. It seems that people aren't interested in small miners anymore. As for the SP50 I expect at least 4x more hashrate than the SP30 and at least same power as SP30. The hashrate jump would equal the one from SP10 to SP30.


I also congratulate SP, your professionalism on these boards and by email is a joy after all the rubbish companies we have previously had to deal with.

As to the SP15, there would be a market for it if it was available shortly I think it was the wait time that killed it, if they go ahead and build them I am sure they will sell. 

With lots more suppliers out there now, the age of pre-orders is drawing to a close (hurrah), as much as it's a risk for companies, building and shipping from stock (or short wait) it is going to be the only way going forward.

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June 03, 2014, 02:44:37 PM
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Congratulations on your success!  I'm very satisfied with my SP-10, and am looking forward to great new innovations from you in the future (SP-15, SP-30, and perhaps the next-generation SP-50 - a 10TH/s beast on 20nm chips with the same power draw as the SP-30)

EDIT: The SP-50 is a fictitious product that I have made up (but hope sees the light of day) and in no way represents Spondoolies-Tech product pipeline Smiley

Congrats SP-Tech!

Jonnybravo0311 there won't be an SP-15 I'm afraid. It seems that people aren't interested in small miners anymore. As for the SP50 I expect at least 4x more hashrate than the SP30 and at least same power as SP30. The hashrate jump would equal the one from SP10 to SP30.


I also congratulate SP, your professionalism on these boards and by email is a joy after all the rubbish companies we have previously had to deal with.

As to the SP15, there would be a market for it if it was available shortly I think it was the wait time that killed it, if they go ahead and build them I am sure they will sell. 

With lots more suppliers out there now, the age of pre-orders is drawing to a close (hurrah), as much as it's a risk for companies, building and shipping from stock (or short wait) it is going to be the only way going forward.


totally agree with all your points, including the congratulations that Sp-Tech deserves. Here's what I can see regarding pre-orders...
SP-Tech have assured there is no risk in pre-ordering the SP30, and going by past performance (short time though it may be) I see it as a safe bet.
I'm also over the moon that their Gen3 are not going to be pre-order, and the honest reasons are given by SP-Tech without a thought to competition are to be applauded.

I can admire a company who hold this much confidence in the expertise of their people and in their actual product, and, has to be said... market leaders; for a long time to come.
So, yeah, forward is the only way - i've been screwed over too many times and gathered too many wrinkles in my head to take on a pre-order that doesn't look solid and feasible. Sp-Tech are indeed; solid and feasible. I sleep well knowing any investment I make in Spondoolies, is a safe one.

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June 03, 2014, 02:49:50 PM
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I tried assigning a reservation at the router for my sp10 ip address but when it resets it still gets a new ip address for the sp10.  Is there a reason the saved button doesn't work on the UI.  Thanks. 
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I tried assigning a reservation at the router for my sp10 ip address but when it resets it still gets a new ip address for the sp10.  Is there a reason the saved button doesn't work on the UI.  Thanks. 

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I can't go to any of your websites. 404

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I can't go to any of your websites. 404

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/

maybe you had the wrong one?

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I can't go to any of your websites. 404

http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/

maybe you had the wrong one?

Just now

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Try to restart your router. Our DevOps will PM you shortly.

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June 03, 2014, 03:15:40 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.


Ohhh!!
I ordered my unit yesterday, but payment is still pending.
I did do a wire transfer yesterday at around 6PM CET so I hope it clears today. I will still get my unit though right?

Another question, I wasn't allowed to use a # in my transfer notes at the bank, will this be a problem?

Grt. Bunny
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Try to restart your router. Our DevOps will PM you shortly.
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Interesting - I'm an IT guy so router is not an issue. I can reach it with my 3rd connection.

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June 03, 2014, 03:23:39 PM
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All in stock SP10 were ordered.
Next production run is mid June.

If there will be cancellation or non paying, we'll open "immediate delivery" stock.


Ohhh!!
I ordered my unit yesterday, but payment is still pending.
I did do a wire transfer yesterday at around 6PM CET so I hope it clears today. I will still get my unit though right?

Another question, I wasn't allowed to use a # in my transfer notes at the bank, will this be a problem?

Grt. Bunny

All the paid pending orders will be shipped immediately after we confirm the funds in our account.

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June 03, 2014, 03:30:24 PM
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I tried assigning a reservation at the router for my sp10 ip address but when it resets it still gets a new ip address for the sp10.  Is there a reason the saved button doesn't work on the UI.  Thanks. 

Please let us know what happens. I have to statically configure a couple SP10's tomorrow for someone and would need that function to work.
Thanks.


Also, what is the default root password when logging in with an SSH client? I know the webUI you use admin/admin but I may need to log into the shell.


Congrats on selling out of the SP10's. I was a too slow on the draw! Smiley


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I tried assigning a reservation at the router for my sp10 ip address but when it resets it still gets a new ip address for the sp10.  Is there a reason the saved button doesn't work on the UI.  Thanks. 

Please let us know what happens. I have to statically configure a couple SP10's tomorrow for someone and would need that function to work.
Thanks.


Also, what is the default root password when logging in with an SSH client? I know the webUI you use admin/admin but I may need to log into the shell.


Congrats on selling out of the SP10's. I was a too slow on the draw! Smiley



ssh is root/root

Why not assign the IP based on MAC address?

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