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June 20, 2014, 08:11:07 PM
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I'm new to mining and only have a tiny Habanero miner in my basement.  When I saw the SP30 I convinced my wife to buy a few.  Now the worry of waiting begins.
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June 20, 2014, 08:14:49 PM
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After seeing the mess that KNC just released called the Neptune I would say that you guys are the only shop that actually knows how to build a machine. The rest of the competition is just hacked together crap compared to your shiny box's. Beautiful software too.

I agree, but what's the point?  My Avalon's didn't last a year.  My S1's aren't going to last a year.  Not a lot as far as mining equipment is going to last more than a year.

I question what YOUR point is, I transferred a substantial amount of my (very hard earned) money into KnC's hands. I luckily got it refunded just in the nick of time, before it was too late to get it back (others weren't so lucky). From what I see and understand of there Neptune I would not have been very happy at all to receive the cubes, especially after all that time of waiting in the dark in reference to there horrible communication with the (paid) customers. I have to assume you don't own a Spondoolies product. Maybe if your a weekend hobbyist miner and don't mind the clutter and wasted space, then perhaps I can understand where your coming from.

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I'm new to mining and only have a tiny Habanero miner in my basement.  When I saw the SP30 I convinced my wife to buy a few.  Now the worry of waiting begins.

Easier said then done I know but you picked the right company to trust your funds with. It's the price of BTC and difficulty that you  (and the wife) have to worry about, not Spondoolies-Tech.

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I question what YOUR point is, I transferred a substantial amount of my (very hard earned) money into KnC's hands. I luckily got it refunded just in the nick of time, before it was too late to get it back (others weren't so lucky). From what I see and understand of there Neptune I would not have been very happy at all to receive the cubes, especially after all that time of waiting in the dark in reference to there horrible communication with the (paid) customers. I have to assume you don't own a Spondoolies product. Maybe if your a weekend hobbyist miner and don't mind the clutter and wasted space, then perhaps I can understand where your coming from.

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My point is creaming over enterprise level hardware is retarded because you're paying EXTRA for all of that when it's likely going to be shutoff and recycled within the year.  

Also, you're right, I don't own any SP-Tech gear because it's too f'ing loud and I'm not interested in cutting into my ROI by adding a bunch of colo costs.  But, it is beautiful hardware and given my previous statement I'm obviously retarded too.
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I question what YOUR point is, I transferred a substantial amount of my (very hard earned) money into KnC's hands. I luckily got it refunded just in the nick of time, before it was too late to get it back (others weren't so lucky). From what I see and understand of there Neptune I would not have been very happy at all to receive the cubes, especially after all that time of waiting in the dark in reference to there horrible communication with the (paid) customers. I have to assume you don't own a Spondoolies product. Maybe if your a weekend hobbyist miner and don't mind the clutter and wasted space, then perhaps I can understand where your coming from.

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My point is creaming over enterprise level hardware is retarded because you're paying EXTRA for all of that when it's likely going to be shutoff and recycled within the year.  

Also, you're right, I don't own any SP-Tech gear because it's too f'ing loud and I'm not interested in cutting into my ROI by adding a bunch of colo costs.  But, it is beautiful hardware and given my previous statement I'm obviously retarded too.

It is hard to make arrangements to co-locate your mining gear all because they're cutting into your profits which are so tight to begin with. The miners that have their own data center, free electricity and noise is not a factor will be pretty much these last mining rigs coming out can handle.  After the middle of this year my guess the "consumer" is pretty much out of the equation due to power requirements, even louder gear and just the size of the hardware. Maybe 1 out of 10 people have their own rack in their basement but that's also in a small community in itself. I'm still trying to figure a way to get an SP30 and not having enough money isn't the problem. Price and logistics have made their way into my life.

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It is hard to make arrangements to co-locate your mining gear all because they're cutting into your profits which are so tight to begin with. The miners that have their own data center, free electricity and noise is not a factor will be pretty much these last mining rigs coming out can handle.  After the middle of this year my guess the "consumer" is pretty much out of the equation due to power requirements, even louder gear and just the size of the hardware. Maybe 1 out of 10 people have their own rack in their basement but that's also in a small community in itself. I'm still trying to figure a way to get an SP30 and not having enough money isn't the problem. Price and logistics have made their way into my life.


Opentoe, we at ASICSPACE might be able to help you. Check the link in my sig. So far, most of the attention we've been getting has been from large to very large customers, around 0.5 MW to 10 MW. We'd love to have more customers on the 3 kW scale.

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June 21, 2014, 06:06:22 AM
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might i plug this thread: H/w Hosting Directory & Reputation - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622998.0

has list of SP10 and SP30 hosting providers and their prices. size no matter. lots of options and locations.

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It is hard to make arrangements to co-locate your mining gear all because they're cutting into your profits which are so tight to begin with. The miners that have their own data center, free electricity and noise is not a factor will be pretty much these last mining rigs coming out can handle.  After the middle of this year my guess the "consumer" is pretty much out of the equation due to power requirements, even louder gear and just the size of the hardware. Maybe 1 out of 10 people have their own rack in their basement but that's also in a small community in itself. I'm still trying to figure a way to get an SP30 and not having enough money isn't the problem. Price and logistics have made their way into my life.
not hard at all. I currently have 3 SP10 hosted separately at 3 different locations as a trial run (I am in Australia, my h/w is in USA). I have a SP30 on pre-order in Aug. Maybe.. another in Sept. (fingersX). my pre-orders will go to where ever i fine is the cheapest with the best service.

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June 21, 2014, 06:27:29 AM
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It is hard to make arrangements to co-locate your mining gear all because they're cutting into your profits which are so tight to begin with. The miners that have their own data center, free electricity and noise is not a factor will be pretty much these last mining rigs coming out can handle.  After the middle of this year my guess the "consumer" is pretty much out of the equation due to power requirements, even louder gear and just the size of the hardware. Maybe 1 out of 10 people have their own rack in their basement but that's also in a small community in itself. I'm still trying to figure a way to get an SP30 and not having enough money isn't the problem. Price and logistics have made their way into my life.

Traditional colo is dying out making way for cloud hosting. There are plenty of under-utilized data centers looking to lease their space out. I was able to work out deals where the cost of the rack space AND power is less than the residential rate power I would have paid at home. You just need to know where to look, because these DCs don't usually advertise.
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Hey Zvi,

i start getting xxxxxx in some asics.

I had about 4-5. I did a reboot and i see one now.

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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|fff5(fff5)|685|40|58| 91|  1|60| 0|  0: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff107|  1: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|  2: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff101|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff129
                                     |  4:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff112|  5: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff123|  6:113c 450hz( 4/ 4) 7fff113|  7:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff124
 1|   0(   5)|714|41|57| 80|  0|57| 1|  8:107c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100|  9:113c 540hz( 0/ 3) 7fff115| 10: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff120|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

is this normal or it needs fixing?

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Hey Zvi,

i start getting xxxxxx in some asics.

I had about 4-5. I did a reboot and i see one now.


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|fff5(fff5)|685|40|58| 91|  1|60| 0|  0: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff107|  1: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|  2: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff101|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff129
                                     |  4:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff112|  5: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff123|  6:113c 450hz( 4/ 4) 7fff113|  7:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff124
 1|   0(   5)|714|41|57| 80|  0|57| 1|  8:107c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100|  9:113c 540hz( 0/ 3) 7fff115| 10: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff120|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


is this normal or it needs fixing?

I have 1 of my SP10's with 1 asic showing |xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx| permanently from day I received it, not worried thou as it seems to be hashing just fine.
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June 21, 2014, 10:45:26 AM
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the problem merv is that hashing speed was down from 1.46THs to 1.38THs.
Now with only one xxxxxxx i have 1.42Ths.

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June 21, 2014, 11:40:08 AM
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i have similar xxx on one of my SP10:

Code:
AC2DC power=1239[1260], temp=0, leading zeroes=40
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|fff7(fff7)|690|40|58| 95|  3|64| 0|  0:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  1:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 76|  2: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 62|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85
                                     |  4:113c 585hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 86|  5: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89|  6:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74|  7:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70
 1|fff4(fff4)|682|40|59| 88|  2|64| 0|  8: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  9: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 10: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 77| 11: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74
                                     | 12: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 13: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72| 14: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 81| 15: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65
 2|fff8(fff8)|693|41|59| 92|  2|65| 0| 16:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 17:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65| 18: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 19:107c 600hz( 0/ 0) 77ff 63
                                     | 20:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 61| 21: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89| 22:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70| 23:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
                                     |xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 4|fff5(fff5)|685|40|59| 88|  1|61| 2| 32: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fbf 60| 33: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 34: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 90| 35: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72
                                     | 36:113c 525hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 81| 37:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68| 38:113c 465hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 68| 39:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 84
 5|fff2(fff2)|677|40|59| 93|  1|63| 0| 40: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 83| 41: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 42: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 43: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74

I suppose 24 chips down? that's ~4% down on hash rate.

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[21:36:46] <ozbot> This round (32d 18h 25m) QG.gaederopus has 238642448 shares (370 stales; 0.0%), avg 1440440 MH/s

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June 21, 2014, 12:11:14 PM
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i have similar xxx on one of my SP10:

Code:
AC2DC power=1239[1260], temp=0, leading zeroes=40
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|fff7(fff7)|690|40|58| 95|  3|64| 0|  0:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  1:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 76|  2: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 62|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85
                                     |  4:113c 585hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 86|  5: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89|  6:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74|  7:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70
 1|fff4(fff4)|682|40|59| 88|  2|64| 0|  8: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  9: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 10: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 77| 11: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74
                                     | 12: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 13: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72| 14: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 81| 15: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65
 2|fff8(fff8)|693|41|59| 92|  2|65| 0| 16:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 17:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65| 18: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 19:107c 600hz( 0/ 0) 77ff 63
                                     | 20:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 61| 21: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89| 22:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70| 23:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
                                     |xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 4|fff5(fff5)|685|40|59| 88|  1|61| 2| 32: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fbf 60| 33: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 34: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 90| 35: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72
                                     | 36:113c 525hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 81| 37:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68| 38:113c 465hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 68| 39:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 84
 5|fff2(fff2)|677|40|59| 93|  1|63| 0| 40: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 83| 41: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 42: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 43: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74

I suppose 24 chips down? that's ~4% down on hash rate.


why do say 24 chips down?  isn't it 8 of 192 Hammer ASIC chips off/down?
ASIC chips no. 24 to 31 are down.

BTW, what are you running your fan speed at? 
are you running 'turbo mode'? 
have you tried tweaking it to get more out of it?
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Are there issues at the data centre, all of mine are running really slow like 450GH 80GH slow Sad

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Are there issues at the data centre, all of mine are running really slow like 450GH 80GH slow Sad

Yes. We're checking it now.
We'll compensate for the the down time.

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All (my) hosted miners seem pretty much down at the moment.

Did something on your power network fail?
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All (my) hosted miners seem pretty much down at the moment.

Did something on your power network fail?

It's not networking problem. WIP

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All (my) hosted miners seem pretty much down at the moment.

Did something on your power network fail?

It's not networking problem. WIP
Sorry, i meant whether it is a power problem, but let´s wait and see.
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Are there issues at the data centre, all of mine are running really slow like 450GH 80GH slow Sad

Yes. We're checking it now.
We'll compensate for the the down time.

Thanks, excellent as always Smiley

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i have similar xxx on one of my SP10:

Code:
AC2DC power=1239[1260], temp=0, leading zeroes=40
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|fff7(fff7)|690|40|58| 95|  3|64| 0|  0:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  1:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 76|  2: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 62|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85
                                     |  4:113c 585hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 86|  5: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89|  6:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74|  7:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70
 1|fff4(fff4)|682|40|59| 88|  2|64| 0|  8: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68|  9: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 10: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 77| 11: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74
                                     | 12: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 13: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72| 14: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 81| 15: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65
 2|fff8(fff8)|693|41|59| 92|  2|65| 0| 16:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 17:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 65| 18: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 19:107c 600hz( 0/ 0) 77ff 63
                                     | 20:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 61| 21: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89| 22:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 70| 23:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
                                     |xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 4|fff5(fff5)|685|40|59| 88|  1|61| 2| 32: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fbf 60| 33: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 34: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 90| 35: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 72
                                     | 36:113c 525hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 81| 37:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 68| 38:113c 465hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 68| 39:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 84
 5|fff2(fff2)|677|40|59| 93|  1|63| 0| 40: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 83| 41: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 73| 42: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 88| 43: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74

I suppose 24 chips down? that's ~4% down on hash rate.

But still chugging along at www.michigan-colocation.com/index.php/server-colocation/bitcoin-miner-hosting
Mining Rate: 1.46Ths
Temp Front / Back
    30 °C / 76 °C

Ozcoin mining pool reports:
Code:
[21:36:45] <QG> .w gaederopus
[21:36:46] <ozbot> This round (32d 18h 25m) QG.gaederopus has 238642448 shares (370 stales; 0.0%), avg 1440440 MH/s

running rock solid on a 208v circuit.

QG


I'm running my SP10 at the same DC and they have been great. I didn't mean I couldn't find a place, I meant that the margins are so thin to begin with it is hard to give up anything on a monthly basis. I'm basically "cloud hashing" using my own equipment and paying someone to power it, cool it, insure it, and provide Internet access for it. Normal cloud hashing contract would most likely be more money since of course they would want to charge for the hardware itself also.
+1 for Michigan.

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