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November 07, 2014, 09:30:43 PM
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If you are having weird behavior in SP3x : upgrade to 2.4.9. If all works well - don't.
Good day.

I take it you mean 2.5.9.

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November 07, 2014, 10:43:41 PM
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You may want to change the fan speeds as well. I'm not sure yet what the optimum is...

I did a little experiment with SP30s. I took 10 machines, and gave the even-numbered ones a fan speed setting of 80 to start with, and the odd numbered ones a fan speed of 70. I then waited an hour, and recorded their temperatures and performance (from monitor.php). I then switched them up (odd 80, even 70), waited another hour, and recorded again. Here's the result:

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jtoomim@server:~/wissamperf$ python ~/fan_comparison.py
==== phase1 ====
machine-name timestamp hashrate front top bottom is_odd
wissamitter-10 1415393491 4601120 17 70 68 0
wissamitter-1 1415393491 4593400 17 78 75 1
wissamitter-2 1415393491 4585680 16 71 69 0
wissamitter-3 1415393491 4582785 17 79 74 1
wissamitter-4 1415393491 4560590 17 72 68 0
wissamitter-5 1415393491 4576995 17 75 73 1
wissamitter-6 1415393491 4596295 16 70 70 0
wissamitter-7 1415393491 4574100 17 73 71 1
wissamitter-8 1415393491 4562520 17 69 67 0
wissamitter-9 1415393491 4606910 17 78 74 1
==== phase2 ====
machine-name timestamp hashrate front top bottom is_odd
wissamitter-10 1415396747 4591470 17 73 72 0
wissamitter-1 1415396747 4585680 16 73 69 1
wissamitter-2 1415396747 4533570 16 74 73 0
wissamitter-3 1415396747 4576030 16 72 68 1
wissamitter-4 1415396747 4558660 16 74 71 0
wissamitter-5 1415396747 4571205 16 68 66 1
wissamitter-6 1415396747 4596295 16 74 73 0
wissamitter-7 1415396747 4562520 17 68 68 1
wissamitter-8 1415396747 4568310 17 72 71 0
wissamitter-9 1415396747 4581820 16 72 69 1
==== Summaries ====
 === Evens ===
  == phase1 ==
{'count': 5, 'front': 16.6, 'rate': 4581.241, 'top': 70.4, 'bottom': 68.4}
  == phase2 ==
{'count': 5, 'front': 16.4, 'rate': 4569.661, 'top': 73.4, 'bottom': 72.0}
 === Odds  ===
  == phase1 ==
{'count': 5, 'front': 17.0, 'rate': 4586.838, 'top': 76.6, 'bottom': 73.4}
  == phase2 ==
{'count': 5, 'front': 16.2, 'rate': 4575.451, 'top': 70.6, 'bottom': 68.0}
 == High speed ==
{'count': 10, 'front': 16.4, 'rate': 4578.346, 'top': 70.5, 'bottom': 68.2}
 == Low speed ==
{'count': 10, 'front': 16.7, 'rate': 4578.2495, 'top': 75.0, 'bottom': 72.7}

That's 4578.346 GH/s at 80, and 4578.2495 GH/s at 70.

Conclusion: if your intake temps are around 16C, and you're using September SP30s, fan speeds around 70 or 80 seem to be equally good.

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November 07, 2014, 10:48:16 PM
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Some SP20 Pr0n





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November 07, 2014, 11:27:24 PM
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After the fire in Thailand on the mining farm.

How can they make up this fictitious amount for 100 Spoondolies?

Spondoolies-Tech confirmed that much of the hardware used in the facility was sourced from them.

The manufacturer's CEO, Guy Corem, told CoinDesk that he had visited the site in late June, when it was primarily populated by about 1,000 Dragon miners and around 100 Spondoolies-Tech miners.

Corem said the facility was expanded shortly after his visit, with hundreds of Spondoolies-Tech SP30 miners. These had operated for more than two months without incident and technical data indicates they were cooled properly, he added.

'Kosher' operation

There has been no official word on the extent of damage suffered by the facility. It is estimated that the farm housed upwards of 2,000 miners when it was destroyed, including about $2m-worth from Spondoolies-Tech alone.

100 sp30 at 2 million is 20k each.  Someone is sharpening the pencil in accounting.
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November 07, 2014, 11:35:28 PM
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After the fire in Thailand on the mining farm.

How can they make up this fictitious amount for 100 Spoondolies?

Spondoolies-Tech confirmed that much of the hardware used in the facility was sourced from them.

The manufacturer's CEO, Guy Corem, told CoinDesk that he had visited the site in late June, when it was primarily populated by about 1,000 Dragon miners and around 100 Spondoolies-Tech miners.

Corem said the facility was expanded shortly after his visit, with hundreds of Spondoolies-Tech SP30 miners. These had operated for more than two months without incident and technical data indicates they were cooled properly, he added.

'Kosher' operation

There has been no official word on the extent of damage suffered by the facility. It is estimated that the farm housed upwards of 2,000 miners when it was destroyed, including about $2m-worth from Spondoolies-Tech alone.

100 sp30 at 2 million is 20k each.  Someone is sharpening the pencil in accounting.

Pay attention to timing please. There were no SP30 in June. Those are SP10 miners...

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November 07, 2014, 11:41:02 PM
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start counting!

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November 07, 2014, 11:46:05 PM
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Between 475 and 500

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November 07, 2014, 11:54:44 PM
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start counting!
approx 8*3*3*6 (plus another 8*3) = ~450-460 units. This is one building, apparently 3 were in the compound

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November 08, 2014, 12:11:33 AM
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start counting!
approx 8*3*3*6 (plus another 8*3) = ~450-460 units. This is one building, apparently 3 were in the compound

Has there been any investigation as to the cause? I know the owners are keen to put it behind them and move on. Personally I don't see it being caused by a miner. But then the finished pictures paint a much more professional setup than it looked in earlier pics, or the aftermath pics.

What I haven't seen is any pictures of the other side of the miners before the fire, the power side of the racks. That is what most people seem to be interested to see, it does seem a bit strange that there isn't anything showing that part of the setup, because for a minimal cost mine the finished photos like a damn site better finished than most.

Yes they didn't have many things that a professional datacentre should have, but then thats not what its about, you can't achieve ROI if you build or hire a professional datacentre for mining anymore.

I'd still like to see the business end of the racks and detail of how they were wired up, but I suspect that won't happen.

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November 08, 2014, 01:19:48 AM
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If you are having weird behavior in SP3x : upgrade to 2.4.9 2.5.9. If all works well - don't.
Good day.


I guess I'll skip this one. The last update made it perfect Smiley http://powerprice.info/SPT/graphic.php

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November 08, 2014, 01:25:47 AM
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Some SP20 Pr0n

Pr0n means "naked" .. that's fully dressed :p

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November 08, 2014, 01:40:50 AM
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True when they called about the fire. I can see in the miner stats that the fire was already 1 hour going. So they where all sleeping ;-).  and stupid me trusted them with all this equipment. That's my big mistake. But again, I can't turn back time. No one hurt and a lesson learned.

Man, you are VERY passive for losing a ton of money and profit. You must be some rich kid playing with mom's money or never earned the money yourself? Usually when you earn money and lose it, it hurts a lot more then when just given to you.



I have patient with your weekend trolling, started after I didn't agree to a deal you requested privately.

I don't have patient for your inappropriate and wicked comments here and before.

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I don't think I used the message system here in months. I think you got the wrong dude, also my comments aren't even near being wicked. I've seen a lot worse.

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November 08, 2014, 01:47:13 AM
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True when they called about the fire. I can see in the miner stats that the fire was already 1 hour going. So they where all sleeping ;-).  and stupid me trusted them with all this equipment. That's my big mistake. But again, I can't turn back time. No one hurt and a lesson learned.

Man, you are VERY passive for losing a ton of money and profit. You must be some rich kid playing with mom's money or never earned the money yourself? Usually when you earn money and lose it, it hurts a lot more then when just given to you.



I have patient with your weekend trolling, started after I didn't agree to a deal you requested privately.

I don't have patient for your inappropriate and wicked comments here and before.

Guy

there are names for people like opentoe - EXTORTIONISTS.
the lowest of the low, when they don't get what they think they deserve (contrary to what they actually deserve in real terms) they begin the bullying attempts and threatening behaviour.

sad to see in a community which was firstly designed to be a collective effort.

PS> no point trying to belittle me opentoe - you've been on ignore for months. carry on.

What the heck does extortion have to do with anything? Show me one post I've been an extortionist and/or displayed threatening behavior towards someone. You won't come up with anything, because there is none.
Do you even know what extortion means? You are saying I'm obtaining something here through force or violence? I think maybe all these lost profits and low BTC price has made people crazy.

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November 08, 2014, 01:51:13 AM
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Some SP20 Pr0n







Nice large pictures. When do you think you'll ROI on that?

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November 08, 2014, 02:11:13 AM
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Nice large pictures. When do you think you'll ROI on that?


He will get some ROI after it submits its first share.
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November 08, 2014, 03:06:18 AM
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Some SP20 Pr0n

Pr0n means "naked" .. that's fully dressed :p

Nekkid SP20!

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November 08, 2014, 04:03:49 AM
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November 08, 2014, 05:02:03 AM
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After the fire in Thailand on the mining farm.

How can they make up this fictitious amount for 100 Spoondolies?

Spondoolies-Tech confirmed that much of the hardware used in the facility was sourced from them.

The manufacturer's CEO, Guy Corem, told CoinDesk that he had visited the site in late June, when it was primarily populated by about 1,000 Dragon miners and around 100 Spondoolies-Tech miners.

Corem said the facility was expanded shortly after his visit, with hundreds of Spondoolies-Tech SP30 miners. These had operated for more than two months without incident and technical data indicates they were cooled properly, he added.

'Kosher' operation

There has been no official word on the extent of damage suffered by the facility. It is estimated that the farm housed upwards of 2,000 miners when it was destroyed, including about $2m-worth from Spondoolies-Tech alone.

100 sp30 at 2 million is 20k each.  Someone is sharpening the pencil in accounting.

Pay attention to timing please. There were no SP30 in June. Those are SP10 miners...

So 2 million for 100 Sp10 miners is 20k each, even more outrageous.  LOL
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November 08, 2014, 05:12:01 AM
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The manufacturer's CEO, Guy Corem, told CoinDesk that he had visited the site in late June, when it was primarily populated by about 1,000 Dragon miners and around 100 Spondoolies-Tech miners.

Corem said the facility was expanded shortly after his visit, with hundreds of Spondoolies-Tech SP30 miners...

... including about $2m-worth from Spondoolies-Tech alone.

Pay attention to timing please. There were no SP30 in June. Those are SP10 miners...

So 2 million for 100 Sp10 miners is 20k each, even more outrageous.  LOL

There were about 100 SP10s in June, but then they added hundreds (note the plural) of SP30s. 400 SP30s plus 100 SP10s would cost around US$2m.

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November 08, 2014, 05:14:48 AM
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cant see any of the pics except for the top two but yup that's the same issue I had

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