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August 18, 2014, 03:20:58 PM
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Lol KnC doesn´t even provide a reference design for those chips.

I wonder who will buy them and spend money on building a PCB and drivers, to get a 1.2W/GH miner.
(Price was quoted for Neptunes including PSU.)


Better just buy AM BE200 chips, reference design is free, power consumption is lower.

Why not some October Rockerbox chips? Or wait for the Pickaxe?

Pretty cheap those KNC chips might be a few people willing to push boards out the door considering the price is very low. Again gotta board ready to drop them in?

Does your project have one?

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August 18, 2014, 04:09:02 PM
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Again, if you have a valid order, why don´t you just email spondoolies-tech with your order ID and kindly ask when your unit is scheduled for shipping?

I am sure it will be much easier to get your shipping date from a public forum, where spon needs to guess your order number, and whether you actually have an order.... \sarcasm
Emails are being responded to very slowly or not at all thus the concern

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August 18, 2014, 04:14:12 PM
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Emails are being responded to very slowly or not at all thus the concern
Well, if everyone of the 200+ groupbuy customers is sending emails asking about their shipping date, I am sure it is causing a backlog.

There are also obviously requests with a higher priority, aka technical support requests, changing of shipping information etc. that need to be addressed first.

I don´t know why everyone wants a more exact date all of a sudden. Knowing the date won´t change when it will arrive...


I have a groupbuy sp30 myself and I haven´t bothered asking, as I know the unit will ship when it is produced and ready to go.
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August 18, 2014, 04:20:33 PM
Last edit: August 18, 2014, 05:41:59 PM by RawDog
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Why not some October Rockerbox chips? Or wait for the Pickaxe?
Are the SP50's based on the Pickaxe?  I am definitely going to buy one of those.  When are they going to be announced?  

I wonder if 'Pluto' will be announced first.  What about S4?  This should be a good contest in view of the newest bitcoin mining parameters.  Who will win?

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August 18, 2014, 04:57:52 PM
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Hard-reset brought my SP10 back to life. Thanks Collider and Zvisha for help.

@Zvi: Do you think I have to worry about my miner, or this just happens sometimes?

Thanks again guys, appreciated!
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August 18, 2014, 05:00:30 PM
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BTC-e flash crash to $370 just now
And this belongs in this thread how?

Get a life collider. Just because you paid silly big bucks for one of the first SP30 machines doesn't make you the arbiter of good taste …

Why don't you go report me to Daddy ?

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Yeah, Collider, what are you thinking? Don't you realize *I* am the arbiter of good taste?

But hey, I can't say this guy has bad taste, because that would imply he has taste. He's not tasty.

It is somewhat relevant, though, that BTC has crashed rather heavily. Given what the machines are for. I don't see it as a long term trend, and I doubt that other serious miners do either. Cuz if you look at it, those coins being dumped are NOT just sitting there, and the buy support is immense. Long term, it's likely a speed bump. Short term, it might discourage some of the higher powered miners, dropping the diff or slowing it's rise down, and give you guys a better shot at positive ROI.

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August 18, 2014, 05:12:22 PM
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I had a similar issue with an sp10 today.

It was mining for over 3 months (and about 2 months at that datacenter) and got stuck somehow.

After the DC power cycled it, everything is working as usual.


This hasn´t ever happened with that miner in over 3 months, so I guess a small crash once in a while is no big problem (your desktop PC probably crashes more often than that, and it isn´t on 24/7).
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August 18, 2014, 05:15:21 PM
Last edit: August 19, 2014, 05:27:15 AM by Bicknellski
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Lol KnC doesn´t even provide a reference design for those chips.

I wonder who will buy them and spend money on building a PCB and drivers, to get a 1.2W/GH miner.
(Price was quoted for Neptunes including PSU.)


Better just buy AM BE200 chips, reference design is free, power consumption is lower.

Why not some October Rockerbox chips? Or wait for the Pickaxe?

Pretty cheap those KNC chips might be a few people willing to push boards out the door considering the price is very low. Again gotta board ready to drop them in?

Does your project have one?

Nope. You'd have to have a good reason to work with that chip given the issues KNC had with it.

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August 18, 2014, 06:10:44 PM
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Lol KnC doesn´t even provide a reference design for those chips.

I wonder who will buy them and spend money on building a PCB and drivers, to get a 1.2W/GH miner.
(Price was quoted for Neptunes including PSU.)


Better just buy AM BE200 chips, reference design is free, power consumption is lower.

Why not some October Rockerbox chips? Or wait for the Pickaxe?

Pretty cheap those KNC chips might be a few people willing to push boards out the door considering the price is very low. Again gotta board ready to drop them in?

Does your project have one?

Nope. You'd have to have a good reason to work with that chip given the issues KNC had with it.

Also, we know Bick's projects will never see the light of day so of course they dont have one.

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August 18, 2014, 07:39:32 PM
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What is the hosting cost for a september SP30?

How is that Lexical analysis working out bickneleski?
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August 18, 2014, 08:46:23 PM
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Somehow, I was 100% sure today they'd announce beginning shipments of the RoadStress GroupBuy.  Since they didn't, I am pretty convinced this is going to be just like KnC where they ship a few - and then take forever to try to fix all the disasters before shipping the rest.  

I am happier each day that I didn't get caught up in this mess.  At least these guys learn from their mistakes and we'll see much improvement on the SP50.  I am saving up for those now.

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August 18, 2014, 08:51:46 PM
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Hard-reset brought my SP10 back to life. Thanks Collider and Zvisha for help.

@Zvi: Do you think I have to worry about my miner, or this just happens sometimes?

Thanks again guys, appreciated!

Nothing to worry about. Stuck I2C is something that I have seen happening in our DC every now and then, considering that we have many miners I guess that it happens about once/twice a year per miner. Always resolved by a power cycle, that why that is the first thing I recommended.
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August 18, 2014, 09:17:18 PM
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 I am saving up for those now.

When do the pre-orders start ? Better hurry up while BTC is worth more than 10 bucks
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August 18, 2014, 09:19:40 PM
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 I am saving up for those now.

When do the pre-orders start ? Better hurry up while BTC is worth more than 10 bucks
Pre-orders prolly won't start for at least another two weeks. They won't tell me precisely.

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August 18, 2014, 09:21:50 PM
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I am saving up for those now.

When do the pre-orders start ? Better hurry up while BTC is worth more than 10 bucks
Pre-orders prolly won't start for at least another two weeks. They won't tell me precisely.

They probably figure they need to clear out the Rockerbox stuff first. I'm looking for better prices on SP30 machines soon. On the other hand, how cheap would they have to be to ROI now with BTC at these prices ?

NVM, just kidding. I heard that BTC was going to spike to USD 10K before Xmas ...
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August 18, 2014, 09:30:39 PM
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I have a groupbuy sp30 myself and I haven´t bothered asking, as I know the unit will ship when it is produced and ready to go.

I've taken the same view, ordered a couple through the GB ... I trust Sponds on their delivery schedule ...(My previous orders from them were on time) but I have to say ... every now and then ... my cerebral cortex says ... I would like to know  Grin

 
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August 18, 2014, 10:21:09 PM
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Hard-reset brought my SP10 back to life. Thanks Collider and Zvisha for help.

@Zvi: Do you think I have to worry about my miner, or this just happens sometimes?

Thanks again guys, appreciated!

Nothing to worry about. Stuck I2C is something that I have seen happening in our DC every now and then, considering that we have many miners I guess that it happens about once/twice a year per miner. Always resolved by a power cycle, that why that is the first thing I recommended.


Thanks! Keep up the perfect work!

Cheers.
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August 18, 2014, 10:49:11 PM
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What is the hosting cost for a september SP30?

In my DC, an SP30 (3 kW) costs a different amount depending on what term you pay for upfront:

Term_durationMonthly rate    Total
1 month $270$270
3 months$249$747
6 months$228$1368
12 months$210$2520

No setup fees, no VAT.

In the Spondoolies DC, rates are $500 per month or $1200 for 3 months.

You can find other hosting options in the hosting directory and reputation thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622998

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August 18, 2014, 11:08:39 PM
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Are you guys going to wait with shipping of our August batch by 28th of August?
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August 18, 2014, 11:15:12 PM
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Are you guys going to wait with shipping of our August batch by 28th of August?

You mean the August group buy? That was one of the final batches sold in August. Shortly after the group buy closed, Spondoolies switched over to taking orders for September. Many of the other August orders have already shipped.

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