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June 21, 2014, 03:47:06 PM
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The problem in the DC was fixed, we're back to normal.
Over the next days, we'll compensate for the down time.

New Mimblewimble implementation: https://www.beam.mw
Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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I'm currently setting up a p2pool node in Israel for anyone who needs fast ping time to mine p2pool from the spondoolies d/c.

This will be ready on monday. Server currently downloading the blockchain.

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June 21, 2014, 04:19:37 PM
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I'm currently setting up a p2pool node in Israel for anyone who needs fast ping time to mine p2pool from the spondoolies d/c.

This will be ready on monday. Server currently downloading the blockchain.

 Grin

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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I really like those community efforts.

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June 21, 2014, 05:36:47 PM
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Checked ASICSPACE.  All the products are currently sold out!

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, 06:08:20 PM
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Checked ASICSPACE.  All the products are currently sold out!

Yes, we're at capacity currently, but we'll have much more capacity coming online in August, September, thereafter. Our web store won't list capacity unless it's immediately available, but we're also keeping a waitlist. If you're looking for capacity for September, we would likely be able to accommodate you. Contact support@asicspace.com.

Edit: Enough shameless plugging in SPTech's thread, I think. Any other questions about our hosting or anybody else's hosting should be directed to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622998.0 or to the thread in my sig.

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Going on 10 days business trip to east Asia. Limited access to emails.
Please always cc support@ or sales@, to make sure the emails will be handled.

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Going on 10 days business trip to east Asia. Limited access to emails.
Please always cc support@ or sales@, to make sure the emails will be handled.

Guy

I  hope the meeting goes well, safe round trip sir.

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June 22, 2014, 07:48:19 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.


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?

I am running "turbo fans, highest rate" haven't tried to tweak this one yet. haven't had a chance. been playing with habaneros.

was guessing at the chips thing.

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June 22, 2014, 07:54:53 AM
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Going on 10 days business trip to east Asia. Limited access to emails.
Please always cc support@ or sales@, to make sure the emails will be handled.

Guy


I hope U like  Spicy Food   Grin

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June 22, 2014, 08:15:42 AM
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Going on 10 days business trip to east Asia. Limited access to emails.
Please always cc support@ or sales@, to make sure the emails will be handled.

Guy

Good luck!

H/w Hosting Directory & Reputation - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622998.0
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June 22, 2014, 02:38:57 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.

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.


The XXXXXX means ASIC not working. If it's whole row - 8 ASICs - probably DC2DC connector got disconnected in shipment. It happened in small percentage of the units (in SP30 we changed the connector so this should not happened). If your limitation is not DC2DC current, 1 loop down should not effect you much since other ASICs just start working faster.  If your limitation is in DC2DC, you will loose ~4% of your hashing power. You know that your limitation is DC2DC if the system is not using it's full 1260W limitation.

Some ASICs that have border-line personality run are toggling and get better after system restart Smiley

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I hope that Guy will get some good news in Eastern asia. There is a noticeable drop of posting/enthusiasm here, no doubt because of the crazy ASIC deployment in the last few days.
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I hope Guy will get some good news in Eastern asia. There is a noticeable drop of posting/enthusiasm here, no doubt because of the crazy ASIC deployment in the last few days.
I would assume atleast around 6PH is from KnC alone though.

They have atleast 3PH refunded units plus the ones they ordered for their own mine to deploy, so this estimate is actually low.
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June 22, 2014, 09:41:39 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.
The point is:

A) I'm not worried that my SP10 (or up-coming SP30s) will burn my house down. I am actually worried about the Neptune I have coming after reading the KnC thread (potentially overloaded single pci-e connector per board)

B) I don't spend any time fiddling with my SP10 trying to "get the damn thing to work", unlike my S2 (batch 2) which is currently out of action while I wait for a replacement controller board. I like miners that I can just plug in and they work. I have literally never opened the case on my SP10.

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B) I don't spend any time fiddling with my SP10 trying to "get the damn thing to work" ... I like miners that I can just plug in and they work. I have literally never opened the case on my SP10.

Too true ... Sponds made a VERY resilient and stable miner in the SP10 ... and I've been very pleased with the performance of my two, and right now summer in the UK warmed their space to intake of 42  degrees C today ... still they mine away unaffected.

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How many BTC do you folks predict the August and September SP30 machines will mine before they operates at a loss ?
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How many BTC do you folks predict the August and September SP30 machines will mine before they operates at a loss ?


August...MORE...
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I hope Guy will get some good news in Eastern asia. There is a noticeable drop of posting/enthusiasm here, no doubt because of the crazy ASIC deployment in the last few days.
I would assume atleast around 6PH is from KnC alone though.

They have atleast 3PH refunded units plus the ones they ordered for their own mine to deploy, so this estimate is actually low.

i'm fairly sure the 'refunded' units went directly to their PH farm of 28mm modules (I'm sure the 20mm boards snap in nicely what i would do)

so why return equip 'refunded' if it is already in the pipeline and you can refund and re-direct to your large PH farm....i think folks are gonna be shocked
how much they are gonna get of the network

(hope I'm wrong)

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I hope Guy will get some good news in Eastern asia. There is a noticeable drop of posting/enthusiasm here, no doubt because of the crazy ASIC deployment in the last few days.
I would assume atleast around 6PH is from KnC alone though.

They have atleast 3PH refunded units plus the ones they ordered for their own mine to deploy, so this estimate is actually low.

i'm fairly sure the 'refunded' units went directly to their PH farm of 28mm modules (I'm sure the 20mm boards snap in nicely what i would do)

so why return equip 'refunded' if it is already in the pipeline and you can refund and re-direct to your large PH farm....i think folks are gonna be shocked
how much they are gonna get of the network

(hope I'm wrong)

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That is actually what I said (atleast meant to say).

They ordered atleast the same for themselves, and now they have additional units that customers didn´t want to own.
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I am actually eager to know when chips are scheduled to arrive at spondoolies´facilities.

Is it mid July?
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