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July 02, 2014, 06:34:08 AM
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I tell you what, wire up 12 of them for me ONLY with DELL $20 PSUs and send me a picture
of that fucking spaghetti sandwich wiring hazard.

I have no doubt that jimmothy will send us a picture with the wiring because he loves the spaghetti monsters Smiley

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July 02, 2014, 06:37:58 AM
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I cant even imagine the nightmare of trying to wire up 12 of these somewhere and
not electrocuting yourself trying to afro-engineer something up with server PSUs and
not enough knowledge WTF you are doing, over taxing something, and either burning the
room down or getting hit with 220V 10amp of power out of a server grade PSU and being
dead in seconds.

The server PSUs are cheap but then the sidehacking comes in.

Dell 600W PSU is probably $25, sure, but you cant do shit with it.
The only SEMI neat and safe way around that is the $55 wiring rig
from sidehack.

So now you paid $80 for 600W.  Why waste your time and safety?
Just go buy a nice Corsair or other SAFE 1200W PSU that will run at
least two of them with room left over to overclock too for not much more?

I tell you what, wire up 12 of them for me ONLY with DELL $20 PSUs and send me a picture
of that fucking spaghetti sandwich wiring hazard.

So basically it's worth ~9btc to have a few less wires? Because that's what it will cost you.

Yes, if you don't have a clue what you are doing then you probably should just buy a $50 750w atx psu.

But for every serious miner there is always the $10 option.

You have to admit it's pretty sad when the only reason to buy an SP30 is to have less wires.
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July 02, 2014, 06:43:25 AM
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July 02, 2014, 06:45:18 AM
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Again, I wouldn´t compare the S3 too much to the sp30, more like the sp10.

It has various advantages though, such as less noise, earlier delivery from time of payment, lower entry costs to mining etc. (and is actually available to buy/order)

The S3s are much less temperature dependant than the Sp10 though.

At the end of the day both Bitmain and Spondoolies build good products that have their specific markets they are targeting.


In my opinion we should compare the rackmountable options to each other, aka the S4 to the sp30.
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July 02, 2014, 06:46:02 AM
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But for every serious miner there is always the $10 option.

You have to admit it's pretty sad when the only reason to buy an SP30 is to have less wires.

Fuckin' ridiculous...
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July 02, 2014, 06:56:29 AM
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Plus spending 2 to 4 times the amount in electric bills as compared to cheap hosting
and they would take up 20 times as much space, and would be a wiring hazard and
would need an industrial AC unit to cool the room. Did I mention it was a wiring hazard?

Wiring hazard is not an issue for any professional datacenter.

You aren't spending 3-4 times electricity bills because the s3 is equally efficient when underclocked.

The s3 wouldn't even take up more space when you consider cooling limitations. Even most high tech datacenters are incapable of cooling 55kw per rack so sp30s will need to be spaced out ~6-12u apart.

I estimate 12 s3s would take up ~9u which would be compatible with most datacenters.
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July 02, 2014, 06:58:23 AM
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...

Nice to see you promoting BitmainTech in our thread.
Gave up on AM ?  Wink

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July 02, 2014, 07:02:35 AM
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Again, I wouldn´t compare the S3 too much to the sp30, more like the sp10.

It has various advantages though, such as less noise, earlier delivery, lower entry costs to mining etc. (and is actually available to buy/order)

The S3s are much less temperature dependant than the Sp10 though.

At the end of the day both Bitmain and Spondoolies build good products that have their specific markets they are targeting.


In my opinion we should compare the rackmountable options to each other, aka the S4 to the sp30.

I still don't understand this logic. S3 is equally efficient and cheaper but because it doesn't come with rack mounts you cant compare it with sp30s?

Why is the sp10 a more appropriate comparison? It's just a 40nm version of the sp30. It's not a quiet, affordable machine for home miners.
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July 02, 2014, 07:36:42 AM
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Nice to see you promoting BitmainTech in our thread.
Gave up on AM ?  Wink

A B S?

Anybody but Spondoolies?

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I think there are alot of people betting on BTC going through the roof or something given how fast people bought out B1 S3s... B2 coming right on the heels as well. I don't see any softening in people purchasing either SP30s or S3s. Home miners? Are you seriously even considering people still mining at home? I think we all recognize that ship has sailed.

Arguing apples to oranges is ok if you like the sport but really I am keen on the PickAxe and other chips coming later. WPC almost done our Hammer board for the Allied DataTank but we are keen on the Rockerbox chips and then PickAxe.

It be great hear from you guys on what happened in BKK... but I guess we all have to wait for that news once the ink dries.

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July 02, 2014, 08:14:19 AM
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Nice to see you promoting BitmainTech in our thread.
Gave up on AM ?  Wink

A B S?

Anybody but Spondoolies?

high: 658.88

I think there are alot of people betting on BTC going through the roof or something given how fast people bought out B1 S3s... B2 coming right on the heels as well. I don't see any softening in people purchasing either SP30s or S3s. Home miners? Are you seriously even considering people still mining at home? I think we all recognize that ship has sailed.

Arguing apples to oranges is ok if you like the sport but really I am keen on the PickAxe and other chips coming later. WPC almost done our Hammer board for the Allied DataTank but we are keen on the Rockerbox chips and then PickAxe.

It be great hear from you guys on what happened in BKK... but I guess we all have to wait for that news once the ink dries. Roll Eyes   
   


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Nice to see you promoting BitmainTech in our thread.
Gave up on AM ?  Wink

A B S?

Anybody but Spondoolies?

high: 658.88

I think there are alot of people betting on BTC going through the roof or something given how fast people bought out B1 S3s... B2 coming right on the heels as well. I don't see any softening in people purchasing either SP30s or S3s. Home miners? Are you seriously even considering people still mining at home? I think we all recognize that ship has sailed.

Arguing apples to oranges is ok if you like the sport but really I am keen on the PickAxe and other chips coming later. WPC almost done our Hammer board for the Allied DataTank but we are keen on the Rockerbox chips and then PickAxe.

It be great hear from you guys on what happened in BKK... but I guess we all have to wait for that news once the ink dries. Roll Eyes  
   


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July 02, 2014, 08:22:10 AM
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preorder is always a bad deal

sp30 will earn much less btc than in hand hardware you can buy now

dont forget about hosting fees due to ridiculous cooling design

unit should be 4u and have 8x120 fans

also that promised specs can be not achieved,

remember terraminer or bfl?
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July 02, 2014, 08:25:25 AM
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also that promised specs can be not achieved,


specs have already been tested, this is not one of your cowboy outfits.

if you don't believe in a product, then why do you advertise the manufacturer in your sig?
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July 02, 2014, 08:36:31 AM
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Plus spending 2 to 4 times the amount in electric bills as compared to cheap hosting
and they would take up 20 times as much space, and would be a wiring hazard and
would need an industrial AC unit to cool the room. Did I mention it was a wiring hazard?

Regardless of who you are comparing it to, I wish you would stop waving around your $150 per SP30 pricing, because it doesn't exist for most of us.

Most of us are being quoted at best around $300-350 for SP30 and $150-170 for a SP10

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July 02, 2014, 09:13:54 AM
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preorder is always a bad deal

sp30 will earn much less btc than in hand hardware you can buy now

dont forget about hosting fees due to ridiculous cooling design

unit should be 4u and have 8x120 fans

also that promised specs can be not achieved,

remember terraminer or bfl?

What in hand hardware?

So because 2 companies which started as a scam failed/scammed you think that SP30 won't reach the specs? I know that you haven't really thought about it, but please do an effort to think a bit more.

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July 02, 2014, 10:05:58 AM
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Apples to oranges comparison.

I ordered 60Th/s from SP tech and I will need to power up and ethernet connect only 10 miners.

If I had to do it with the S3's, I would need 125 miners and 125 psus. WTF.

Spondoolies is a serious company, what they promised is less of what they have delivered, finally, so far.


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Apples to oranges comparison.

I ordered 60Th/s from SP tech and I will need to power up and ethernet connect only 10 miners.

If I had to do it with the S3's, I would need 125 miners and 125 psus. WTF.

Spondoolies is a serious company, what they promised is less what they delivered, finally, so far.



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Thanks Searing!

I am also preparing some kiosk with huge industrial fans for good ventilation.

The bad thing is that we already have 37C temperature here. August is our hottest month.

I wonder if I can maintain low temps at a small kiosk with dissipated heat of +25kW.

Let's wait and see.




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Thanks Searing!

I am also preparing some kiosk with huge industrial fans for good ventilation.

The bad thing is that we already have 37C temperature here. August is our hottest month.

I wonder if I can maintain low temps at a small kiosk with dissipated heat of +25kW.

Let's wait and see.



Ack! +25KW of heat... Ack!

(then again probably Fall 2016 60TH will be $499.95 usd the way this stuff seems to go!)

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I believe mine have different batches in the same unit.

What are good starting voltages for me?  Just a reminder that I'm on 110v.

DC2DC DCR inductor flag loop 0 (0xD0) = 0x2


Post Asic Stats, please.

I would suggest to start with 0.650 on 110V. After some 30-60 minutes voltages will settle down, you will see in your asic stats page. Just take the lower value and use it as your starting voltage.

I'm not sure what I'm looking at, but I start at .65 v.  For this run I have the 110v limit lifted.  On a dedicated 20A circuit and 12 gauge wires.



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 4|ffe9(  18)|653|34|53| 87| 10|52| 3| 32: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97| 33:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85| 34:107c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100| 35:113c 450hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 90
                                     | 36:113c 420hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 74| 37:113c 390hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 68| 38:113c 405hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 66| 39:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 80
 5|ffee(  18)|666|40|60| 87|180|60| 0| 40: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff124| 41: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff101| 42: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff120| 43: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff125
                                     | 44: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff105| 45: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89| 46: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89| 47: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff119
 6|ffed(  18)|664|40|60| 86|1d0|58| 0| 48: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85| 49: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 99| 50: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 91| 51: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100
                                     | 52:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff102| 53: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 92| 54:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff114| 55: 77c 435hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
 7|ffea(  18)|656|38|58| 93|200|59| 0| 56: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 95| 57: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff102| 58: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 95| 59: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff107
                                     | 60: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 96| 61: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100| 62:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff107| 63: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89
 8|ffe7(  18)|648|34|53| 91|  0|51| 3| 64:113c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 75| 65:113c 375hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 83| 66:113c 330hz( 0/ Cool 7fff 61| 67:113c 435hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 76
                                     | 68:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 92| 69: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 85| 70: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97| 71: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 84
 9|ffed(  18)|664|36|55| 92|  0|54| 3| 72: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff113| 73: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff105| 74: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 93| 75:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89
                                     | 76:113c 450hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 81| 77:113c 345hz( 0/ 7) 7fff 68| 78:113c 390hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 86| 79:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97
10|ffeb(  18)|658|36|55| 93| 10|55| 3| 80:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff108| 81:113c 420hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 65| 82:113c 390hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 65| 83:113c 480hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 90
                                     | 84:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 92| 85: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 93| 86: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82| 87: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff102
11|ffea(  18)|656|36|56| 91| 40|56| 3| 88: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff108| 89: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff116| 90: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff109| 91:107c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 96
                                     | 92:113c 480hz( 0/ 1) 7fff112| 93:113c 435hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 85| 94:113c 420hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 81| 95:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff114
12|   1(   1)|717|43|61| 90| 23|60| 1| 96:107c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 83| 97:113c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff115| 98: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff114| 99:107c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff110
                                     |100:113c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff111|101:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff110|102:119c 225hz(22/23) 7fff122|103:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff109
13|fffd(fffd)|706|44|63| 92| 1d|64| 1|104:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 79|105:113c 510hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 99|106:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 98|107:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff116
                                     |108: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff102|109: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff105|110:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff116|111:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff113
14|ffff(  18)|711|43|61| 94|  0|63| 3|112:113c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff117|113:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 90|114: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 95|115:113c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 94
                                     |116:113c 555hz( 0/ 3) 7fff123|117:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 90|118:113c 465hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 97|119:113c 480hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 85
15|   1(  18)|717|43|60| 94|  0|61| 3|120:113c 480hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 84|121:113c 435hz( 0/ 7) 7fff 79|122:113c 555hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 94|123:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
                                     |124:107c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff115|125: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 93|126: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|127: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 96
16|fff3(  18)|680|39|57| 87|  0|57| 3|128: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|129:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff106|130:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff121|131:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97
                                     |132:113c 450hz( 0/ 1) 7fff 91|133:113c 480hz( 0/ 2) 7fff 79|134:113c 465hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 94|135:107c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 94
17|fff9(  18)|695|40|58| 92|  0|59| 3|136: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87|137:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff109|138: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 99|139:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff105
                                     |140:113c 510hz( 0/ 1) 7fff119|141:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff106|142:113c 465hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 79|143:113c 480hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 87
18|fff7(  18)|690|42|61| 86|  1|60| 3|144: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 99|145:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87|146:113c 510hz( 0/ 1) 7fff 98|147:113c 510hz( 0/ 2) 7fff108
                                     |148:113c 510hz( 0/ 1) 7fff101|149:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff101|150:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 86|151:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff100
19|fffa(  18)|698|43|61| 96|  0|60| 3|152:113c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 96|153:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff109|154:107c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 94|155:113c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97
                                     |156:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 97|157:113c 540hz( 0/ 2) 7fff134|158:113c 450hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 89|159:113c 495hz( 0/ 3) 7fff 99
20|ffed(  18)|664|34|51| 92|  0|53| 3|160:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 82|161:113c 405hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 65|162:113c 390hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 82|163:113c 435hz( 0/ 1) 7fff 88
                                     |164:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|165:107c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff113|166:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 99|167: 77c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 79
21|fff0(  18)|672|35|52| 88|  0|53| 3|168: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff107|169:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff103|170:113c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 86|171:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89
                                     |172:113c 405hz( 0/ 5) 7fff 75|173:113c 390hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 80|174:113c 390hz( 0/ 7) 7fff 71|175:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff109
22|ffef(  18)|669|33|50| 90|  0|53| 3|176:113c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 74|177:113c 420hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 79|178:113c 375hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 81|179:113c 435hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 92
                                     |180:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff104|181:113c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fbf 95|182:113c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 98|183: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 79
23|fff1(  18)|674|36|53| 90|  0|55| 3|184: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff101|185:107c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff102|186: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 95|187:113c 465hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 89
                                     |188:113c 450hz( 0/ 4) 7fff 79|189:113c 390hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 82|190:113c 405hz( 0/ 6) 7fff 74|191:113c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff 87
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