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March 26, 2014, 03:48:19 PM
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We are very excited to announce that the first units are going through the burn-in test and will be shipped out tomorrow.

The owners of these machines will be notified as soon as the units are out the door.

We realize this is one day later than the original announcement date but we believe our customers will be very happy with these machines.



I presume fedex express or similar option will be used to ship the units?

Right now we are using DHL's fastest shipment and we hope to offer more options in the future.

Is $300 (per unit) a reasonable estimate for shipping to US?

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March 26, 2014, 04:02:55 PM
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We are very excited to announce that the first units are going through the burn-in test and will be shipped out tomorrow.

The owners of these machines will be notified as soon as the units are out the door.

We realize this is one day later than the original announcement date but we believe our customers will be very happy with these machines.



What if they want hosting from you?
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March 26, 2014, 04:11:18 PM
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+1

yup too bad friedcat fucked over many of his early buyers... i'm sure that's one experience most of them will never forget..

But so far, NOBODY has beat bitmain at delivering miners to customers in a timely fashion.

Bitfury?

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ASICMINER was grossly overpriced and shit hardware. These are the cats ass in comparison if they can deliver from within stock Smiley
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March 26, 2014, 04:19:37 PM
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yup too bad friedcat fucked over many of his early buyers... i'm sure that's one experience most of them will never forget..

But so far, NOBODY has beat bitmain at delivering miners to customers in a timely fashion.

Bitfury?

ftfy  Wink
Bitfury?  asicminer, with the right distributor  Wink


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ASICMINER was grossly overpriced and shit hardware. These are the cats ass in comparison if they can deliver from within stock Smiley

I just got rid of my last blades, glad those memories are behind me now. Damn you FC and WTCR gready slimy mofos!
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March 26, 2014, 04:21:58 PM
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Just wanted to post that I have updated the Hardware vs Network Forecast Comparison sheet to include the new price on 2 UNITS OF SP10 DAWSON – MAY BATCH

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmeuPljmUNHCdEpqX2RmMDFwemJyLURVUWFtZ3J3aGc&usp=sharing
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March 26, 2014, 06:41:52 PM
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My SP10 Dawson demo miner just arrived.  Will blog and post photos and screenshots tomorrow or so.

Due to power limitations at my personal residence, the miner is running in "silent" mode, reducing power usage and hash performance.

On my US 110V 20A circuit, I see 1165 Watts, 9.7 Amps, 1368.225 Gh/s in silent mode.

Watts/Amps numbers produced via Kill-A-Watt.


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March 26, 2014, 07:05:06 PM
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Is it as loud as everyone claims?
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March 26, 2014, 07:07:18 PM
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Yeah, it is pretty darn loud, even in silent mode Smiley

It produces more noise in silent mode than my hashfast, knc, avalon and bfl miners.


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March 26, 2014, 07:28:38 PM
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What's the price? The website just sends me to a blank panel.

*sigh*, can't wait until ASICs flow like water.


just had to configure the url a bit, got it.
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March 26, 2014, 08:38:13 PM
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Hello Spoondoolies-tech,

what do you think about creating a newsletter where people could sign using their email to receive new products announcements?
I think it would be very interesting for the mining community to know about your future bundles and products and give them the ability to be first ones!

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March 26, 2014, 08:42:21 PM
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Hello Spoondoolies-tech,

what do you think about creating a newsletter where people could sign using their email to receive new products announcements?
I think it would be very interesting for the mining community to know about your future bundles and products and give them the ability to be first ones!

We are in process of setting it up, already have MailChimp integrated into the store.
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March 26, 2014, 08:50:09 PM
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Any update on hosting prices ?
We're sorry for the delay in the announcement.
We're working hard to conclude the details of the hosting plan before the end of the month.

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March 26, 2014, 09:10:34 PM
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Hello Spoondoolies-tech,

what do you think about creating a newsletter where people could sign using their email to receive new products announcements?
I think it would be very interesting for the mining community to know about your future bundles and products and give them the ability to be first ones!

We are in process of setting it up, already have MailChimp integrated into the store.

Awesome!  Keep going Smiley
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March 26, 2014, 09:18:46 PM
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Great products 5.4 THs  Shocked  but way out of reach for me, you're not selling something like the 100GHs X1 like blackarrow does?

For the right price, an 100GHs model could be profitable, if you ever make a <1THs one I'll be happy to review it for you  Tongue

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March 26, 2014, 09:38:29 PM
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Great products 5.4 THs  Shocked  but way out of reach for me, you're not selling something like the 100GHs X1 like blackarrow does?

For the right price, an 100GHs model could be profitable, if you ever make a <1THs one I'll be happy to review it for you  Tongue

Yeah, I would love to see some new cheap (~$300) desktop miners as well. I like the jalapenos a lot, but they just lack the power requirements of today. The prospero X1 looks promising, but I really doubt if they will ever deliver.

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March 26, 2014, 09:40:29 PM
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cheaper smaller miners, spread the love! spread the network!  Grin

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March 26, 2014, 09:55:27 PM
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cheaper smaller miners, spread the love! spread the network!  Grin

Exactly! Currently it's 5k USD for a 192 chip machine, which comes down to around 26 USD per chip. So maybe a 16 chip/120Gh/s device? This would be around 16*26= 416USD at current price rate.

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Or of course a device with a single chip from the SP30! It's 29 chips I guess (29chps * 187GH/s per chip = 5423Gh/s). So 12k USD/29= 414USD for a 187Gh/s device Smiley

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March 26, 2014, 10:52:31 PM
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cheaper smaller miners, spread the love! spread the network!  Grin

Exactly! Currently it's 5k USD for a 192 chip machine, which comes down to around 26 USD per chip. So maybe a 16 chip/120Gh/s device? This would be around 16*26= 416USD at current price rate.

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Or of course a device with a single chip from the SP30! It's 29 chips I guess (29chps * 187GH/s per chip = 5423Gh/s). So 12k USD/29= 414USD for a 187Gh/s device Smiley

just buy an s1
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March 26, 2014, 11:10:10 PM
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cheaper smaller miners, spread the love! spread the network!  Grin

Exactly! Currently it's 5k USD for a 192 chip machine, which comes down to around 26 USD per chip. So maybe a 16 chip/120Gh/s device? This would be around 16*26= 416USD at current price rate.

[edit]
Or of course a device with a single chip from the SP30! It's 29 chips I guess (29chps * 187GH/s per chip = 5423Gh/s). So 12k USD/29= 414USD for a 187Gh/s device Smiley

just buy an s1

An S1 is noisy, produces a lot of heat, and is very power inefficient compared to these miners. Since I pay around $0.3/KWH power consumption is important to me. Also, there is something called 'the girlfriend factor'. I'm just getting way less complaints about the miners which are in a nice case (and I guess I'm not the only one).

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March 26, 2014, 11:38:31 PM
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cheaper smaller miners, spread the love! spread the network!  Grin

Exactly! Currently it's 5k USD for a 192 chip machine, which comes down to around 26 USD per chip. So maybe a 16 chip/120Gh/s device? This would be around 16*26= 416USD at current price rate.

[edit]
Or of course a device with a single chip from the SP30! It's 29 chips I guess (29chps * 187GH/s per chip = 5423Gh/s). So 12k USD/29= 414USD for a 187Gh/s device Smiley

just buy an s1

An S1 is noisy, produces a lot of heat, and is very power inefficient compared to these miners. Since I pay around $0.3/KWH power consumption is important to me. Also, there is something called 'the girlfriend factor'. I'm just getting way less complaints about the miners which are in a nice case (and I guess I'm not the only one).

You've heard about how loud these units are right? They certainly wont pass the girlfriend test unless she is deaf.
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