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March 19, 2014, 01:34:07 AM
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Also we want to see live demo of your units. Your movie contains only static images. Point a miner at Eligius and post the address and/or post a video showing the miner and the unit running. It only takes 1 min.

I've pointed a unit to Eligius, here are the stats:
http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1PzK2WeeB9GzZwzPPJfA2h1D25Hsv2yb5e

Also, please see the following average stats from btcguild:
http://take.ms/89NOc

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March 19, 2014, 01:38:51 AM
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This is the best board design I have ever seen from all the Asic companies out there.
Especially when you look at the middle of the asic-motherboard, how a simple arrangement of chips can lower the average temperature of all the chips.
The whole miner is made out easy to produce parts and easy to assemble.
You guys even thought about cable management, everything is clean and neat.
I am impressed, I don't say that easy, but you guys are FUCKING GOOD.

Easy2Mine, we take our jobs very seriously and we take our customers seriously.
Thank you for the kind words, we like people who appreciate good engineering as much as we do.

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March 19, 2014, 01:41:00 AM
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This is the best board design I have ever seen from all the Asic companies out there.
Especially when you look at the middle of the asic-motherboard, how a simple arrangement of chips can lower the average temperature of all the chips.
The whole miner is made out easy to produce parts and easy to assemble.
You guys even thought about cable management, everything is clean and neat.
I am impressed, I don't say that easy, but you guys are FUCKING GOOD.

The closest I've seen to this was the Avalon2 which is a major step above most other ASICs, but this is from the ground up perfect. I'd like to have experimented turning both heatsinks into each other, although this arrangement may have been done to guarantee clearance on the back of that bottom board.

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March 19, 2014, 01:45:58 AM
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Will anyone explain to me the PSU issue? I see that in the video there is only a PSU of 1kW, but the unit needs more juice.

Reviews by Bitcoin industry leaders and Bitcointalk community respected members
The SP10 samples are being shipped these days to following partial list of respected community members for the reviews:
•   Jeff Garzik
•   Gregory Maxwell
•   Ron Gross
•   dogie
•   ShadesOfMarble
•   MineForeman
•   Israeli Bitcoin Embassy

The SP10 starts shipping on March 25th! Actual orders (and not “pre-orders”) are available right now!

Can anyone from this list confirm that they have received a tracking number for their units?

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March 19, 2014, 01:51:59 AM
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Will anyone explain to me the PSU issue? I see that in the video there is only a PSU of 1kW, but the unit needs more juice.

The PSU is 1050 W/h rated by the manufacturer, However, it's able to pull up to about 1300 W/h at the wall.
It's actually the system limiting factor. We're experimenting with a larger PSU as well.

Can anyone from this list confirm that they have received a tracking number for their units?

We're ironing last bugs in the miner UI. We'll ship the units to all the reviewer from the list we published in 1-2 days

Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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March 19, 2014, 01:56:37 AM
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Will anyone explain to me the PSU issue? I see that in the video there is only a PSU of 1kW, but the unit needs more juice.

The PSU is 1050 W/h rated by the manufacturer, However, it's able to pull up to about 1300 W/h at the wall.
It's actually the system limiting factor. We're experimenting with a larger PSU as well.

Can anyone from this list confirm that they have received a tracking number for their units?

We're ironing last bugs in the miner UI. We'll ship the units to all the reviewer from the list we published in 1-2 days


Are we able to hook a standard 1300W PSU or higher?

Waiting for the tracking numbers before thinking about an order or not.

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March 19, 2014, 01:58:13 AM
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The closest I've seen to this was the Avalon2 which is a major step above most other ASICs, but this is from the ground up perfect. I'd like to have experimented turning both heatsinks into each other, although this arrangement may have been done to guarantee clearance on the back of that bottom board.

I think they already thought about turning the heatsinks, but they also thought about how to MASS PRODUCING the units.
If you are turning the heatsinks, you will have 2 slight different motherboards and connections.
There is no way to produce the units faster then what they now have in mind and there is too much room for mistake at the assembly line if you are turning the heatsinks.
It is almost impossible to get the noise lower than 68 dB with such a small heatsink and using fans.
The whole design is based on rack density.
I bet someone in the team design servers in his previous job.

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March 19, 2014, 02:00:48 AM
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I bet someone in the team design servers in his previous job.

Indeed. 4 of them to be exact Smiley

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March 19, 2014, 02:07:37 AM
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Escrow, baby! or Paypal.
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March 19, 2014, 02:07:56 AM
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Are we able to hook a standard 1300W PSU or higher?
Not trivial. We'll look into it. We'll publish details about the Emerson PSU we're using.
Waiting for the tracking numbers before thinking about an order or not.
I believe you're thinking about it right now. Deciding is something else...

Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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March 19, 2014, 02:16:54 AM
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Are we able to hook a standard 1300W PSU or higher?
Not trivial. We'll look into it. We'll publish details about the Emerson PSU we're using.
Waiting for the tracking numbers before thinking about an order or not.
I believe you're thinking about it right now. Deciding is something else...

Actually i have decided and i know that i want to buy, but i need to know what can happen to a PSU that draws too much power and how long will it last and second of all i need to have just a bit more proof/faith.

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March 19, 2014, 02:18:24 AM
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Will anyone explain to me the PSU issue? I see that in the video there is only a PSU of 1kW, but the unit needs more juice.

Reviews by Bitcoin industry leaders and Bitcointalk community respected members
The SP10 samples are being shipped these days to following partial list of respected community members for the reviews:
•   Jeff Garzik
•   Gregory Maxwell
•   Ron Gross
•   dogie
•   ShadesOfMarble
•   MineForeman
•   Israeli Bitcoin Embassy

The SP10 starts shipping on March 25th! Actual orders (and not “pre-orders”) are available right now!

Can anyone from this list confirm that they have received a tracking number for their units?

The 6th on that list is me (Neil Fincham).

Fist of all, I would like to say that I am thrilled to bits that they chose MinePeon as the base OS for their miners!  It is free and open source and anyone is welcome to do so.

As to your question, from my understanding they are about to be shipped and no, I have not received a tracking number yet.  As soon as I do I will report back though, and be sure I will be doing a full write-up on mineforeman.com.  

Neil

Edit: I have to say, it is very refreshing to see a bitcoin manufacturer design, prototype and build a mining system before they take it to market.

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March 19, 2014, 02:29:56 AM
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Nice to see cgminer driver code up on a public repository as well. Clean up the patches into a neat low impact small set for a push to mainline cgminer for the best long term support to best benefit from cgminer improvements.

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March 19, 2014, 02:30:25 AM
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Fist of all, I would like to say that I am thrilled to bits that they chose MinePeon as the base OS for their miners!  It is free and open source and anyone is welcome to do so.

Actually we only used the UI (which is great and easy to work with), that said we certainly will be looking to review a fully compatible OS version from you, once you get your sample unit! Smiley
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March 19, 2014, 02:32:21 AM
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Nice to see cgminer driver code up on a public repository as well. Clean up the patches into a neat low impact small set for a push to mainline cgminer for the best long term support to best benefit from cgminer improvements.

Thanks for suggestion, and thanks for the great contribution to the community with your project!

This is in our immediate TODO list, together with rest of the open-source software, once we ship out the sample units.
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March 19, 2014, 02:48:01 AM
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Wow.  You guys probably have a horde of people waiting for these to be reviewed by trusted members.  The simplicity of the design is...  BRILLIANT!
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March 19, 2014, 02:58:01 AM
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This looks great, and I'm glad to see other nations getting involved instead of just china. I just wish more companies would have more affordable options for the poor folk like me. I hope it goes good and cant wait to see the reviews!
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March 19, 2014, 03:23:18 AM
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What's your refund policy?

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March 19, 2014, 03:26:11 AM
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What's your refund policy?

And also how much warranty?

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March 19, 2014, 03:30:42 AM
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I would love to visit- perfect excuse to go to Israel.
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