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October 13, 2014, 08:48:32 PM
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October 13, 2014, 09:29:09 PM
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Just landed from long 2 weeks trip.
All the information regarding refunds, specs, etc will be released later this week.

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Hey Guy,

Welcome back, I couldn't have held the fort much longer!!! Wink

I really hope you had some quality down time but something tells me there is no rest for the weary, huh.

Again, good to have you back safe and sound... well at least safe.

Regards and no need to reply,

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October 13, 2014, 09:48:18 PM
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Its just wierd the way it performs with the up and down performance, the higher performing one is one rock solid line.

Low Performer:
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AC2DC power=1176[1260], temp=0, leading zeroes=41
L |Vtrm/max  |vlt|Wt|Am|DCt|crt|Gh|Ov|ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn
 0|fff1(fff1)|674|39|57| 75|340|59| 0|  0: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff181|  1: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff153|  2: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff155|  3: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff155
                                     |  4: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff150|  5: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff151|  6: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff151|  7: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff167
 1|ffed(ffed)|664|35|53| 68|350|57| 0|  8: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff188|  9: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff166| 10: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff172| 11: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff175
                                     | 12: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff161| 13: 77c 450hz( 0/ 0) 7fff183| 14: 77c 495hz( 0/ 0) 7fff185| 15: 77c 480hz( 0/ 0) 7fff168

High Performer:
Code:
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AC2DC power=1254[1260], temp=0, leading zeroes=41
L |Vtrm/max  |vlt|Wt|Am|DCt|crt|Gh|Ov|ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn |ID |aTMP|Freq |Th|Bt|Engn|Wn
 0|fff2(   d)|677|40|60| 79| de|64| 0|  0: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7202|  1: 77c 510hz( 0/ 0) 7fff6604|  2: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7159|  3: 77c 525hz( 0/ 0) 7fff6955
                                     |  4: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7277|  5: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7179|  6: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7011|  7: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7057
 1|fff3(   d)|680|39|58| 71| 96|65| 0|  8: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7335|  9: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7479| 10: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7218| 11: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7481
                                     | 12: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7259| 13: 77c 555hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7382| 14: 77c 540hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7176| 15: 77c 570hz( 0/ 0) 7fff7606

I just thought I'd point out a few things on these. First, you'll note that the low performer is only using 1176W (DC) whereas the high performer is using 1254W. This means you're getting 0.857 J/GH (DC) on the slow machine and 0.832 J/GH on the fast one, so your fast unit clearly has superior ASICs. Second, you have slightly higher voltages on the fast machine on average, which is probably responsible for the lower power consumption. There might be a way to increase the voltages that the firmware settles on by changing (increasing) the initial voltages, but you also might brick your miner by trying that, and you'd only gain at most around 80 GH/s and you'd lose efficiency as well.

As for the waviness of the line, if you look at the graphs you'll notice that the one running 1.5.8 has the graph scale go from 1.2 TH/s to 1.5 TH/s, but the one running 1.5.4 has the graph scale go from 0 TH/s to 1.6 TH/s. The reason for this scaling difference is that Zvi made this modification (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg8356336#msg8356336) in the more recent firmware after I showed it to him. Consequently, the graphs on 1.5.8 just show more detail than on 1.5.4.

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October 13, 2014, 09:48:49 PM
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Last I heard, yes.

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October 13, 2014, 10:14:07 PM
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Its just wierd the way it performs with the up and down performance, the higher performing one is one rock solid line.

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I just thought I'd point out a few things on these. First, you'll note that the low performer is only using 1176W (DC) whereas the high performer is using 1254W. This means you're getting 0.857 J/GH (DC) on the slow machine and 0.832 J/GH on the fast one, so your fast unit clearly has superior ASICs. Second, you have slightly higher voltages on the fast machine on average, which is probably responsible for the lower power consumption. There might be a way to increase the voltages that the firmware settles on by changing (increasing) the initial voltages, but you also might brick your miner by trying that, and you'd only gain at most around 80 GH/s and you'd lose efficiency as well.

As for the waviness of the line, if you look at the graphs you'll notice that the one running 1.5.8 has the graph scale go from 1.2 TH/s to 1.5 TH/s, but the one running 1.5.4 has the graph scale go from 0 TH/s to 1.6 TH/s. The reason for this scaling difference is that Zvi made this modification (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg8356336#msg8356336) in the more recent firmware after I showed it to him. Consequently, the graphs on 1.5.8 just show more detail than on 1.5.4.

I just wanted to give credit where credit is due - jtoomim, you have been and are, very helpful sharing your knowledge and experience with the Spondoolies-Tech forum. I think others agree, thank you for all that you do!

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October 13, 2014, 11:10:39 PM
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Spondoolies came through with the generous donation of an SP30 to sponsor continued mainline support for cgminer, as did jtoomim with the offer of hosting. Thank you to both. Once remote access is available to the machine I should be able to test code directly on them. I've done some (blind) modifications to the code to try and report real share rate generation based hashrates since there are scenarios I've seen where the device was reporting a high hashrate but not really generating the same number of shares at the pool.

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October 13, 2014, 11:24:36 PM
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Spondoolies came through with the generous donation of an SP30 to sponsor continued mainline support for cgminer, as did jtoomim with the offer of hosting. Thank you to both. Once remote access is available to the machine I should be able to test code directly on them. I've done some (blind) modifications to the code to try and report real share rate generation based hashrates since there are scenarios I've seen where the device was reporting a high hashrate but not really generating the same number of shares at the pool.
Thanks Spondoolies-Tech.
Thanks jtoomim.
Thanks ckolivas.

As an SP30 owner it is reassuring to know that this cgminer support machine is running. I look forward to future firmware updates coming out of this.

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October 13, 2014, 11:30:09 PM
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I just thought I'd point out a few things on these. First, you'll note that the low performer is only using 1176W (DC) whereas the high performer is using 1254W. This means you're getting 0.857 J/GH (DC) on the slow machine and 0.832 J/GH on the fast one, so your fast unit clearly has superior ASICs. Second, you have slightly higher voltages on the fast machine on average, which is probably responsible for the lower power consumption. There might be a way to increase the voltages that the firmware settles on by changing (increasing) the initial voltages, but you also might brick your miner by trying that, and you'd only gain at most around 80 GH/s and you'd lose efficiency as well.

As for the waviness of the line, if you look at the graphs you'll notice that the one running 1.5.8 has the graph scale go from 1.2 TH/s to 1.5 TH/s, but the one running 1.5.4 has the graph scale go from 0 TH/s to 1.6 TH/s. The reason for this scaling difference is that Zvi made this modification (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg8356336#msg8356336) in the more recent firmware after I showed it to him. Consequently, the graphs on 1.5.8 just show more detail than on 1.5.4.

Thank you for the detailed response jt. Smiley


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October 14, 2014, 12:35:30 AM
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Are the coupons transferable?

yes they are I have $900 or so worth of coupons I will let go for ~700 -800 of bit coin

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October 14, 2014, 01:35:35 AM
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This is the real hashrate for sp35?
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October 14, 2014, 06:00:51 AM
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Spondoolies came through with the generous donation of an SP30 to sponsor continued mainline support for cgminer, as did jtoomim with the offer of hosting. Thank you to both. Once remote access is available to the machine I should be able to test code directly on them. I've done some (blind) modifications to the code to try and report real share rate generation based hashrates since there are scenarios I've seen where the device was reporting a high hashrate but not really generating the same number of shares at the pool.

Wow, definitely a + for SP-T!

Fine hardware, excellent support, if it wasn't for the $$$ and that negligible matter with ROI I'd already be a customer.

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October 14, 2014, 09:11:50 AM
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Are the coupons transferable?

yes they are I have $900 or so worth of coupons I will let go for ~700 -800 of bit coin

Is it possible to use more than one coupon per purchase? I might be interested if it is.

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October 14, 2014, 01:51:03 PM
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Are the coupons transferable?

yes they are I have $900 or so worth of coupons I will let go for ~700 -800 of bit coin

Is it possible to use more than one coupon per purchase? I might be interested if it is.

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You can't use more than one Discount code per order, but you can use multiple gift cards.

You can request they change a discount code to a gift card code, YMMV with regards to whether they will do that or not.

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October 14, 2014, 02:34:05 PM
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people waiting for compensation should check their email. received a message this morning with additional banking information required from sp-tech.
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October 14, 2014, 04:26:38 PM
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I have something weird going on with one of my SP30's (the only one on firmware 2.4.21 which may be the cause)

Hashing fine at 4.5TH...



However the API is reading the input temperature instead of the output, and it's the wrong speed.



Is there a repository of firmware that we can download so I can roll it back, looked on the website and couldn't see any links, and the manual firmware selection doesn't list older versions

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October 14, 2014, 07:57:19 PM
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Hi Guys,

We are setting up our miners for monitoring by MultiMiner (it reports to mobile apps and to a cloud based service).

MultiMiner polls the miners with the "devs" command every set period to get an update on the current stats such as temp hash rate and so on.

It works fine with all my other miners, however, my SP30's (firmware 2.4.21) always report a hash rate of around 1Th/s (they are hashing around 4.5Th/s in reality).

Does anyone else have this bug?  Could SP-Tech take a look at this?

Here is an example output
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devs =>
STATUS=S,When=1413316592,Code=9,Msg=1 ASC(s),Description=cgminer 4.6.0|ASC=0,Name=S30,ID=0,Enabled=Y,Status=Alive,Temperature=22.00,MHS av=954914.28,MHS 5s=963736.28,MHS 1m=957312.39,MHS 5m=953443.96,MHS 15m=952928.39,Accepted=23510,Rejected=197,Hardware Errors=1,Utility=31.17,Last Share Pool=0,Last Share Time=1413316592,Total MH=43216675000.0000,Diff1 Work=3020656,Difficulty Accepted=46359200.00000000,Difficulty Rejected=68128.00000000,Last Share Difficulty=2048.00000000,Last Valid Work=1413316591,Device Hardware%=0.0000,Device Rejected%=2.2554,Device Elapsed=45257|

Thanks for any help you may be able to provide on this.
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October 14, 2014, 10:00:45 PM
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It works fine with all my other miners, however, my SP30's (firmware 2.4.21) always report a hash rate of around 1Th/s (they are hashing around 4.5Th/s in reality).

Does anyone else have this bug?  Could SP-Tech take a look at this?

The latest firmware (2.4.21) has some issues with hashrate and temperature reporting via monitor.php. Previous versions do better, including 2.4.20. We talked about this issue a few pages ago. Zvisha is currently on vacation (1.5 weeks left, IIRC), so it will likely be a while before this issue is fixed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg9126025#msg9126025

If you want to downgrade, here's version 2.4.20:

http://storage.googleapis.com/spond_firmware/spon_2.4.20.tar

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October 14, 2014, 10:06:30 PM
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It works fine with all my other miners, however, my SP30's (firmware 2.4.21) always report a hash rate of around 1Th/s (they are hashing around 4.5Th/s in reality).

Does anyone else have this bug?  Could SP-Tech take a look at this?

The latest firmware (2.4.21) has some issues with hashrate and temperature reporting via monitor.php. Previous versions do better, including 2.4.20. We talked about this issue a few pages ago. Zvisha is currently on vacation (1.5 weeks left, IIRC), so it will likely be a while before this issue is fixed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.msg9126025#msg9126025

If you want to downgrade, here's version 2.4.20:

http://storage.googleapis.com/spond_firmware/spon_2.4.20.tar

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October 15, 2014, 02:29:27 AM
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so this is not as good as it was supposed ?

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October 15, 2014, 03:09:47 AM
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...
Zvisha is currently on vacation (1.5 weeks left, IIRC), so it will likely be a while before this issue is fixed.
...
A bit less.
Beside, this weekend is the last holiday for a long time.
If you're around, come visit us on Sunday and Monday at http://bitcointlv.com/en/

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