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June 27, 2014, 09:52:41 PM
Last edit: June 28, 2014, 07:21:58 PM by ckolivas
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On a lighter note... 1 New shekel has been bet. The biggest loser by January 1st 2015 me or Guy has to pay the other. Might take charity side bets in escrow and the winners charity gets the proceeds. Im having some pizza and beer for my swan song... I hope guy has his jogging shoes ready!

As for ROI... anyone can check that so debates seem pointless really... Personally I'm more interested in the pickaxe and beyond... with bitmain bitfury owning too much of the network we need to see a greater spread of the network. Sptech is committed to that diversity... I hope we see more East West integration so that the network is properly protected.

Only newbies check the calculators. True miners don't give a f*** about ROI. Everyone and their mother had complaints about ROI going in the fall of 2013. Then boom, they all jumped on the bandwagon when BTC went over $1000. I am now hearing people talking again about ROI. Soon there will be another boom  Grin
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June 27, 2014, 10:24:27 PM
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Only newbies check the calculators. True miners don't give a f*** about ROI. Everyone and their mother had complaints about ROI going in the fall of 2013. Then boom, they all jumped on the bandwagon when BTC went over $1000. I am now hearing people talking again about ROI. Soon there will be another boom  Grin

Yep, just buy BTC like clockwork, then use some %% (I would say 10-15%, but it is different for each person) of that BTC to buy miners, get more BTC.
The best of both worlds.
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June 28, 2014, 12:25:54 AM
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Only newbies check the calculators. True miners don't give a f*** about ROI.



on topic comment: Spondoolies customers care about ROI. I can tell from reading their thread.
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June 28, 2014, 02:57:38 AM
Last edit: June 28, 2014, 07:22:18 PM by ckolivas
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Well I never, a turkey votes for xmas to come early.

It is already Easter. 51% or more owned by Bitfury... we are all at risk. Unless you can get hash power in the hands of millions asap then the only hope to spread the network would be China and a variety of fabricators and massive mining farms. How SPTech reacts moving into 2015 will be important if diversity actually happens.

"YingFei still takes time playing the role of a miner by managing Bitmain's own 3000 kilowatt solo mine."

Psst... SPTech doesn't have a 3000 kilowatt farm. That above is just 1 player in China and 1 mine, there are plenty of others chomping at the bit to get their mines up and powered with the most efficient chips. China is a very competitive playing field within their borders so diversity there, at least for the short term into 2015 is the best option for Bitcoin. I don't think BitFury is trying to kill Bitcoin but they do need the competition.



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June 28, 2014, 05:57:10 AM
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June 28, 2014, 06:53:24 AM
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how do you know if your SP10 has slow corner or not?
If you bought a May batch its slow corner Sad
i happen to have a pre-May SP10 and 2 x May SP10s. Pic on left is pre-May (gaederopus) and pic on right is slow May batch (princeps). Although, it should be noted that i have the SP10 s hosted in very different locations and it's not the best situation to compare as one unit (gaederopus) has a bank of 8 chips down. but you'll get the idea.

Left is gaederopus (pre-May) hashing at 1.47Ths. Right is princeps (May slow) hashing at 1.43Ths

Left is gaederopus (pre-May) with DCR = 0x0. Right is princeps (May slow) with some DCR = 0x2

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June 28, 2014, 10:41:57 AM
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Just tried the 1.4.8 firmware for last 24 hours and changed it back to 1.3.49 around 100 Ghs more at miner 50 Ghs at pool I prolly have the may slow corner unit it hashes at 1.41 Ths with 1.3.49 firmware. Is there anything I could do about it to make it hash 1.5. Unit is in colo temps are at 25 front and 68 back.

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June 28, 2014, 11:38:26 AM
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good job
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June 28, 2014, 02:40:06 PM
Last edit: June 28, 2014, 03:06:02 PM by Collider
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Just tried the 1.4.8 firmware for last 24 hours and changed it back to 1.3.49 around 100 Ghs more at miner 50 Ghs at pool I prolly have the may slow corner unit it hashes at 1.41 Ths with 1.3.49 firmware. Is there anything I could do about it to make it hash 1.5. Unit is in colo temps are at 25 front and 68 back.
You can always adjust the fan speed to 90%, as you might be able to squeeze a few more GH out of it with more airflow.

What is your power usage (on the ASIC stats page)?
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June 28, 2014, 03:07:21 PM
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i happen to have a pre-May SP10 and 2 x May SP10s. Pic on left is pre-May (gaederopus) and pic on right is slow May batch (princeps). Although, it should be noted that i have the SP10 s hosted in very different locations and it's not the best situation to compare as one unit (gaederopus) has a bank of 8 chips down. but you'll get the idea.

Left is gaederopus (pre-May) hashing at 1.47Ths. Right is princeps (May slow) hashing at 1.43Ths

Left is gaederopus (pre-May) with DCR = 0x0. Right is princeps (May slow) with some DCR = 0x2

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Can I please have the settings and firmware version for both? Also, any additional info, that is relevant Smiley

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June 28, 2014, 03:21:59 PM
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The latest firmware is always the best. There is usually no reason not to upgrade.

Just follow the overclocking instructions on the technical blog of spondoolies.

Also, you will only get such high hashrates at 208V and above (Don´t plug it into a socket above 240V obviously....)
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June 28, 2014, 04:04:31 PM
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The latest firmware is always the best. There is usually no reason not to upgrade.

Just follow the overclocking instructions on the technical blog of spondoolies.

Also, you will only get such high hashrates at 208V and above (Don´t plug it into a socket above 240V obviously....)

Thanks.

I have the latest firmware. And recommended settings. Does not work good for me. Would like to see what settings give QG his nice 1,47 or 1,43. Obviously I have both types of batches, my "slows" run at ~1400, "fasts" at ~1430.
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June 28, 2014, 04:17:47 PM
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Thanks.

I have the latest firmware. And recommended settings. Does not work good for me. Would like to see what settings give QG his nice 1,47 or 1,43. Obviously I have both types of batches, my "slows" run at ~1400, "fasts" at ~1430.
Have you set PSU limit to 1260 and fans to 90?

Are you running on a 208V or 240V circuit?

If you can post your asic stats page we might know more.
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June 28, 2014, 07:16:13 PM
Last edit: June 28, 2014, 07:22:40 PM by ckolivas
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It is already Easter. 51% or more owned by Bitfury... we are all at risk. Unless you can get hash power in the hands of millions asap then the only hope to spread the network would be China and a variety of fabricators and massive mining farms. How SPTech reacts moving into 2015 will be important if diversity actually happens.

"YingFei still takes time playing the role of a miner by managing Bitmain's own 3000 kilowatt solo mine."

Psst... SPTech doesn't have a 3000 kilowatt farm. That above is just 1 player in China and 1 mine, there are plenty of others chomping at the bit to get their mines up and powered with the most efficient chips. China is a very competitive playing field within their borders so diversity there, at least for the short term into 2015 is the best option for Bitcoin. I don't think BitFury is trying to kill Bitcoin but they do need the competition.




So...... you're saying that there has to be more competition, right? Where do you think thats going to come from? For anyone new to get into this game they'll need a lot of funding and it's difficult to see how they could get it. I think that miners are stuck with what they've got, ie their competitors selling them machines, making large profits on said then using the profit to build more of their own capacity. Its not difficult to see what the end result is going to be. Hope I'm wrong.
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June 28, 2014, 07:26:13 PM
Last edit: June 28, 2014, 07:26:47 PM by ckolivas
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So...... you're saying that there has to be more competition, right? Where do you think thats going to come from? For anyone new to get into this game they'll need a lot of funding and it's difficult to see how they could get it. I think that miners are stuck with what they've got, ie their competitors selling them machines, making large profits on said then using the profit to build more of their own capacity. Its not difficult to see what the end result is going to be. Hope I'm wrong.

Hope is a fake concept. You sound surprised about all of this. Why wouldn't big spenders become interested in bitcoin and why wouldn't they want to compete with one-another to see who has the biggest farm? it was inevitable, doesn't mean to say that the home miner can't still be a part of it, on the contrary, i'm still doing quite well with my miners and i'll continue to prospect coins - mainly now, with spondoolies rigs.

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June 28, 2014, 07:31:03 PM
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Small debt to Zvisha (going over my hundreds of emails...)

The hybrid SP30 (SP30 Mgmt, SP30 Mainboard, AlteraFPGA emulating RockerBox ASIC) is working perfectly.
The sw is ready, just waiting for the ASIC ...


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Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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June 28, 2014, 07:34:31 PM
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SP30 is going to be quite the beast of a miner..nice work guys!  It is refreshing to see a company that actually deliver what they are promising.
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June 28, 2014, 07:38:58 PM
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Zvi is a god.  Cheesy

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June 28, 2014, 07:52:59 PM
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Have you set PSU limit to 1260 and fans to 90?

Are you running on a 208V or 240V circuit?

If you can post your asic stats page we might know more.

Fan Speed - 90% | Start Voltage - 0.66 | Maximum Voltage - 0.73 | Maximum Power Consumption - 1260 | DC2DC Current Limit - 62 | Socket voltage - 210 volt | Firmware 1.4.8 | Ambient temp. - 33C-35C

Gui Hash rates:              #1:1420 | #2:1430 | #3:1400 | #4:1375 | #5:1380 | #6:1430 | #7:1420 | #8:1400
Average pool hash rates: #1:1410 | #2:1430 | #3:1390 | #4:1365 | #5:1400 | #6:1435 | #7:1410 | #8:1400

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I will highly appreciate, if anyone will give me a hint, where to look at.
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June 28, 2014, 08:27:25 PM
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The latest firmware is always the best. There is usually no reason not to upgrade.

Just follow the overclocking instructions on the technical blog of spondoolies.

Also, you will only get such high hashrates at 208V and above (Don´t plug it into a socket above 240V obviously....)

Thanks.

I have the latest firmware. And recommended settings. Does not work good for me. Would like to see what settings give QG his nice 1,47 or 1,43. Obviously I have both types of batches, my "slows" run at ~1400, "fasts" at ~1430.

Voltage over 140 is enough for max performance.
There is only one machine under-performing (slightly) - number 4.
I guess it has DCR type 1 which works well in sub-25C and becomes bottle-neck at higher temperatures.
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