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June 05, 2014, 07:12:17 PM
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Hi SPONDOOLIES TECH.
If you do not reply me in time, I shall be compelled to find another company that will satisfy me.
Koist Branislav.
What a fucking kook!!!  lol.   Find another company?  Maybe BFL will satisfy you.  I hear they are really good for people who don't like to wait.  

Your serious tone and threats are a riot buddy.  You think Spondoolies could give a damn if you were waiting?  No way.  Jews like their holidays as much as the next guy.  You wait for office hours like everyone else.  


also (lol) buyer should note; June batch is just as likely to sell out - (and most likely quicker than) as May batch. chances are if he doesn't get his order in quick, he'll be the one missing out.  Grin

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@ Spondoolies,

How much delay are you expecting regarding payment confirmations?

No delays at all. Katya go over the list of the bank statements every working day in Israel.
International wire transfers can take up to 4 business days.

my most recent took less than 48 hours - paid Monday confirmed by the time I got outta bed on Wednesday.  Smiley

Hmmm nice, I'm now at 74 hours Sad
And both banks are within the SEPA zone, Netherlands to Czech republic.
But we shall see tomorrow morning Smiley

that is quite a long time for a SEPA tx, however, I do use a bank who are very bitcoin friendly - even my withdraws from Kraken BTC exchange usually land in my bank within 2 hours. Have you spoken to your bank about the delay? what have they advised?

No not yet, I'll wait untill tomorrow like 14:00 or so, if spondoolies hasn't confirmed my transaction by then I will check with my bank. Normally if something is wrong with the transaction they notify me.
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@ Spondoolies,

How much delay are you expecting regarding payment confirmations?

No delays at all. Katya go over the list of the bank statements every working day in Israel.
International wire transfers can take up to 4 business days.

my most recent took less than 48 hours - paid Monday confirmed by the time I got outta bed on Wednesday.  Smiley

Hmmm nice, I'm now at 74 hours Sad
And both banks are within the SEPA zone, Netherlands to Czech republic.
But we shall see tomorrow morning Smiley

that is quite a long time for a SEPA tx, however, I do use a bank who are very bitcoin friendly - even my withdraws from Kraken BTC exchange usually land in my bank within 2 hours. Have you spoken to your bank about the delay? what have they advised?

No not yet, I'll wait untill tomorrow like 14:00 or so, if spondoolies hasn't confirmed my transaction by then I will check with my bank. Normally if something is wrong with the transaction they notify me.

I am sure you have nothing to worry about, let us know when it's all tx'd over (we like sharing your relief that you are not missing out!)

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Will Spondoolies stop production of the SP-10 after June or will they still make them as well as the SP-30?
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@ Spondoolies,

How much delay are you expecting regarding payment confirmations?

No delays at all. Katya go over the list of the bank statements every working day in Israel.
International wire transfers can take up to 4 business days.

my most recent took less than 48 hours - paid Monday confirmed by the time I got outta bed on Wednesday.  Smiley

Hmmm nice, I'm now at 74 hours Sad
And both banks are within the SEPA zone, Netherlands to Czech republic.
But we shall see tomorrow morning Smiley

that is quite a long time for a SEPA tx, however, I do use a bank who are very bitcoin friendly - even my withdraws from Kraken BTC exchange usually land in my bank within 2 hours. Have you spoken to your bank about the delay? what have they advised?

No not yet, I'll wait untill tomorrow like 14:00 or so, if spondoolies hasn't confirmed my transaction by then I will check with my bank. Normally if something is wrong with the transaction they notify me.

I am sure you have nothing to worry about, let us know when it's all tx'd over (we like sharing your relief that you are not missing out!)

Hahaha, thanks Smiley I will most definitely do that!
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@BunnyKiller:  What is the name of the Ditch bank you're using? I'm in Holland often & I'm looking to open a bank account there & want a BTC friendly bank also  Smiley

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if I purchase 3 months hosting, after the 3 months can I purchase  3 months hosting again ?

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I received 4x SP10.

They haven't broken 1.4TH yet. They are on 250V power, in a climate controlled warehouse.
What are the "advanced voltage options" I should use to achieve 1.4TH?
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I received 4x SP10.

They haven't broken 1.4TH yet. They are on 250V power, in a climate controlled warehouse.
What are the "advanced voltage options" I should use to achieve 1.4TH?
From Zvi regarding settings for early May batch:

DC2DC current limit to 63
AC2DC limit to 1265
start voltage to 0.68
max voltage to 0.73
fans to 80%

If you don't have one of the slow corner batches, try setting the start voltage to 0.66.

With the 1.3.49 firmware, the default "turbo" settings are:

Fan Speed: 80
Start Voltage: 0.664
Maximum Voltage: 0.75
Maximum Power Consumption: 1260
DC2DC Current Limit: 62

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Hey Everyone,

I'm hoping someone can help me understand the ASIC stats page on the SP10.  Specifically, what the columns mean and what "normal/expected" values/ranges are for the values.  Here's what I just pulled from mine:

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AC2DC power=1065[1100], temp=0, leading zeroes=39
L |Vtrm/max  |vlt|Wt|Am|DCt|crt|Gh|Ov|ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn
 0|ffec(   d)|661|32|48| 68|  0|54| 0|  0: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|  1: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 30|  2: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25|  3: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19
                                     |  4: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17|  5: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21|  6: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26|  7: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24
 1|ffec(   d)|661|33|50| 64|  0|55| 0|  8: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|  9: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17| 10: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 11: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 14
                                     | 12: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 13: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 14: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18| 15: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25
 2|ffec(   d)|661|32|49| 63|  0|55| 0| 16: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17| 17: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 16| 18: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 19: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26
                                     | 20: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 21: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26| 22: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 23: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17
 3|ffec(   d)|661|32|49| 66|  0|55| 0| 24: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25| 25: 77c 420hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22| 26: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22| 27: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18
                                     | 28: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22| 29: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 29| 30: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 31: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26
 4|ffec(   d)|661|33|50| 73|  0|55| 0| 32: 77c 465hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 25| 33: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 16| 34: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 35: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22
                                     | 36: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19| 37: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 38: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 39: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24
 5|ffec(   d)|661|33|51| 69|  0|56| 0| 40: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 41: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 42: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 43: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 31
                                     | 44: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 45: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22| 46: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19| 47: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19
 6|ffec(   d)|661|33|50| 60|  0|53| 0| 48: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff  8| 49: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 50: 77c 405hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17| 51: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21
                                     | 52: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18| 53: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19| 54: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 13| 55: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21
 7|ffec(   d)|661|35|53| 81|  0|56| 0| 56: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 57: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19| 58: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26| 59: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20
                                     | 60: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 30| 61: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 27| 62: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24| 63: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21
 8|ffec(   d)|661|35|53| 79|  0|56| 0| 64: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 65: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 22| 66: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17| 67: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 28
                                     | 68: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 69: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 70: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 71: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26
 9|ffec(   d)|661|35|53| 70|  0|55| 0| 72: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19| 73: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15| 74: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 28| 75: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22
                                     | 76: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 77: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15| 78: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 29| 79: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26
10|ffec(   d)|661|34|52| 70|  0|55| 0| 80: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15| 81: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15| 82: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 12| 83: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18
                                     | 84: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 32| 85: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 86: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 87: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 15
11|ffec(   d)|661|34|52| 76|  0|56| 0| 88: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17| 89: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 90: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 91: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26
                                     | 92: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23| 93: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 27| 94: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22| 95: 77c 495hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 21
12|ffec(   d)|661|33|50| 76|  0|55| 0| 96: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21| 97: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 29| 98: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20| 99: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17
                                     |100: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22|101: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|102: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|103: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25
13|ffec(   d)|661|34|52| 82|  0|56| 0|104: 77c 480hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 16|105: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|106: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21|107: 77c 495hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 23
                                     |108: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 11|109: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|110: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|111: 77c 495hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 27
14|ffeb(ffeb)|658|36|54| 85| 10|58| 0|112: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|113: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21|114: 77c 495hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 17|115: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 29
                                     |116: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|117: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21|118: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|119: 77c 495hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 22
15|ffec(   d)|661|36|55| 82|  0|57| 0|120: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23|121: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23|122: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23|123: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18
                                     |124: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 30|125: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 29|126: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|127: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 27
16|ffe8(ffe8)|650|36|56| 76| 40|57| 0|128: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|129: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 14|130: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|131: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15
                                     |132: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 26|133: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 30|134: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15|135: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18
17|ffe9(ffe9)|653|35|54| 85| 30|56| 0|136: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25|137: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 18|138: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15|139: 77c 480hz( 3/ 3) 7fff 19
                                     |140: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 31|141: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 17|142: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|143: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25
18|ffe9(ffe9)|653|36|55| 77| 30|56| 0|144: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 14|145: 77c 465hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 22|146: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|147: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20
                                     |148: 77c 465hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 25|149: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15|150: 77c 465hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 10|151: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 27
19|ffec(   d)|661|35|53| 84|  0|55| 0|152: 77c 465hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 16|153: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23|154: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 20|155: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 18
                                     |156: 77c 450hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 25|157: 77c 450hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 24|158: 77c 450hz( 4/ 4) 7fff 18|159: 77c 450hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 16
20|ffe9(ffe9)|653|35|54| 81| 30|54| 0|160: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 13|161:107c 420hz( 7/ 7) 7fff 19|162:107c 420hz( 4/ 4) 7fff 22|163:107c 420hz( 7/ 7) 7fff 28
                                     |164: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 20|165: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21|166: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 23|167: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 21
21|ffec(   d)|661|34|51| 85|  0|53| 0|168: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15|169: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|170: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 11|171: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22
                                     |172: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 14|173: 77c 420hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22|174:107c 270hz(15/15) 7fff 20|175: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 14
22|ffeb(ffeb)|658|35|53| 84| 10|53| 0|176: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22|177: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25|178:107c 360hz( 8/ 8) 7fff 20|179:107c 375hz( 9/ 9) 7fff 19
                                     |180: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 24|181: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 25|182: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 27|183: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22
23|ffea(ffea)|656|33|51| 81| 20|50| 0|184: 77c 300hz(14/14) 7fff 21|185: 77c 465hz( 2/ 2) 7fff 18|186: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 27|187: 77c 480hz( 1/ 1) 7fff 25
                                     |188: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 19|189:107c 225hz(17/17) 7fff 15|190: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 22|191: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 15
[H:HW:1331Gh/Th:1357Gh/W:1331Gh,W:829,L:24,A:192,ER:1331,EP:1030,MMtmp:24]
Pushed 546 jobs , in queue 75 jobs!
wins:4059[fp:0], leading-zeroes:39 idle:0/0 :)
Adapter queues: rsp=46, req=283

I just restarted the MinerGate about 30 minutes prior to grabbing these stats.

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June 05, 2014, 09:38:57 PM
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Hey Everyone,

I'm hoping someone can help me understand the ASIC stats page on the SP10.  Specifically, what the columns mean and what "normal/expected" values/ranges are for the values.  Here's what I just pulled from mine:

.........
I just restarted the MinerGate about 30 minutes prior to grabbing these stats.

Thanks in advance!

You can find some information here http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/technical-blog/14191245-quiet-mode-in-sp10-1-3-xx

77c is so nice looking!

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Hey Everyone,

I'm hoping someone can help me understand the ASIC stats page on the SP10.  Specifically, what the columns mean and what "normal/expected" values/ranges are for the values.  Here's what I just pulled from mine:

.........
I just restarted the MinerGate about 30 minutes prior to grabbing these stats.

Thanks in advance!

You can find some information here http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/technical-blog/14191245-quiet-mode-in-sp10-1-3-xx

77c is so nice looking!
Thanks for the info RoadStess.  It has certainly given me some more ideas on how to fine tune my SP10.  What I'm really looking for is what the column headers on the ASIC stats page mean.  For the most part, I can figure them out.  Here they are listed below, and my assumption of the definition, or a question mark if I just don't have a clue.

NameDefinition
AC2DC PowerWatts from the PSU
temp? (mine is always 0)
leading zeroes? (mine is almost always 39, I saw 38 once)
LGroup of ASICS - there are 24 labeled 0-23
Vtrm/max? (what do the hex values mean here) - e.g. ffec(   d)? What are ideal settings?
vltVoltage in millivolts for this group
Wt? Wattage for this group?
Am? Amps maybe?
DCtTemperature in Celsius of ?
crt? Not a clue
GhHash rate of this chip group in GH/s
Ov? Not a clue
IDID of the particular Hammer ASIC (192 of these altogether)
aTMPTemp of this Hammer in Celsius (What is acceptable range here? Is 77c the ideal value?)
FreqClock frequency of this Hammer (What is acceptable range here? What is the ideal value?)
Th? No clue
Bt? No clue
Engn? No clue - what do the Hex values mean?
Wn? No clue

Can somebody fill in the blanks and provide acceptable ranges/ideal values to which we should strive when tuning the SP10?

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Will Spondoolies stop production of the SP-10 after June or will they still make them as well as the SP-30?

Mid June will be the last batch of SP-10

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June 06, 2014, 03:52:29 AM
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@ Spondoolies,

How much delay are you expecting regarding payment confirmations?

No delays at all. Katya go over the list of the bank statements every working day in Israel.
International wire transfers can take up to 4 business days.

my most recent took less than 48 hours - paid Monday confirmed by the time I got outta bed on Wednesday.  Smiley

Hmmm nice, I'm now at 74 hours Sad
And both banks are within the SEPA zone, Netherlands to Czech republic.
But we shall see tomorrow morning Smiley

that is quite a long time for a SEPA tx, however, I do use a bank who are very bitcoin friendly - even my withdraws from Kraken BTC exchange usually land in my bank within 2 hours. Have you spoken to your bank about the delay? what have they advised?

No not yet, I'll wait untill tomorrow like 14:00 or so, if spondoolies hasn't confirmed my transaction by then I will check with my bank. Normally if something is wrong with the transaction they notify me.

Working days in Israel are Sunday - Thursday. Contact sales@ with your order number and we'll check on Friday.

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June 06, 2014, 03:55:55 AM
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Will Spondoolies stop production of the SP-10 after June or will they still make them as well as the SP-30?

Mid June will be the last batch of SP-10

Will there be any plan to make an ASIC that requires less power then the SP-30 or are you focusing mainly on larger units that do industrial grade mining?
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June 06, 2014, 04:36:27 AM
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Will Spondoolies stop production of the SP-10 after June or will they still make them as well as the SP-30?

Mid June will be the last batch of SP-10

Will there be any plan to make an ASIC that requires less power then the SP-30 or are you focusing mainly on larger units that do industrial grade mining?

Planning and producing a new product takes 3 months. We've tried to offer SP30 home edition (half the power of SP30) for September, and there was no demand (almost)

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June 06, 2014, 06:02:47 AM
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@BunnyKiller:  What is the name of the Ditch bank you're using? I'm in Holland often & I'm looking to open a bank account there & want a BTC friendly bank also  Smiley

Feel free to PM me if you'd rather not post here - thanks  Wink

Hi Patman,

I personally use Rabobank and have been with them for over 10 years now.
This of course has nothing to do with bitcoins so I did a quick search since, for as far as I know, regardless of their feelings towards bitcoins/cryptocurrency they cannot withhold you from using your money the way you want.
What they can do is block the account when you send money to an account that looks fishy, which will result in you having to call the bank, verify who you are, and then the transfer can be completed.
A lot of people say that the they do it to block bitcoins, but I’ve personally also had these issues with other payments that were not Botcoin related.

In the end I think it doesn’t really matter which bank you use in the Netherlands.
Then why do I use/stayed with the Rabobank? Well, they are the biggest, and 1 of just a few, banks in the Netherlands that didn’t need financial support from the government and have an easy and user-friendly internet banking interface.

If you have any more questions I’d be happy to help you out, but we might do that trough PM though since this doesn’t really belong on this thread Wink

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June 06, 2014, 07:14:07 AM
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@PatMan The word you are looking for is Dutch, ditch refers to a roadside structure.

It doesn´t really make sense for spondoolies to keep offering the sp10 when a much better unit is available.

@spondoolies
Have you decided on the sp30s PSU model yet?

Also, enjoy your weekend.
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June 06, 2014, 10:19:05 AM
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@spondoolies
Have you decided on the sp30s PSU model yet?

Also, enjoy your weekend.

We are still in the process of qualifying two sources:
Emerson DS1200-3-002 and  Murata D1U3CS‐W‐1300F‐12‐HA4EC

Thanks

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June 06, 2014, 10:30:18 AM
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Hello,

my unit stayed in a serverroom, and i want to schedule a job for changing the voltage and fan settings during different times.
My idea is to modify the php files on the SP10 and put this php files in a job queue, but is there any opinion without modify the php files ?

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