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November 12, 2014, 10:53:30 PM
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This is the first time I have ever seen SP lower prices. And it wasn't a little at a time, it was just one big drop. I could be mistaken about them lowering prices, but I don't remember. Old age starts to melt away brain cells.


No, they always do it. Sp-30 for July were $11000>$4500 Aug>3900 Oct

No. This is the first time they lower the price 40% for in stock miner.


If i remember correctly, they dropped the price on sp-10 very drastically as well ..and it was also in stock.
however, you are probably right re 40% being the first.
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November 13, 2014, 12:40:31 AM
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This is the first time I have ever seen SP lower prices. And it wasn't a little at a time, it was just one big drop. I could be mistaken about them lowering prices, but I don't remember. Old age starts to melt away brain cells.


No, they always do it. Sp-30 for July were $11000>$4500 Aug>3900 Oct

No. This is the first time they lower the price 40% for in stock miner.


If its "in stock" why do you have to wait 10 days before it ships.

SP always build to order AFAIK, and the SP20 is no different.

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November 13, 2014, 12:54:16 AM
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I ordered another SP20, can't help it.  It is an addiction
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Toom.im is now accepting SP20s for hosting. If you need a power supply, we can supply one for $100.

How much for an SP20? I guess around $110-$120 for a 1 month contract?

On another front, just checked my SP30's and one has an ASIC error. Not too cold in there, input temps constant since setup at around 20°C

Got this in Asics Stats

LOOP[5] ON
15: disabled (Asic all engines fail BIST)
16: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:705 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 73W 103A  57c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 790hz(BL: 790)   53 (E:193) F:0]
17: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:708 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 64W  91A  47c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 695hz(BL: 695)   48 (E:193) F:0]


And from Logs:


Nov 13 01:20:18 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: -------- SOFT RESET 10.5 -----------
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: Critical: JOB f000001 stuck, NOT killing ASIC
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: Disabling engines on ASIC 15: 0-0-0-0 0-0-0
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: Called disable ASIC reset in_reset:1
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: Critical: Asic disable 15: Asic all engines fail BIST
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: Disabing ASIC forever 15 (0xf) from loop 5 (Asic all engines fail BIST)
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: RESTART ASICS DONE
Nov 13 01:20:20 miner local1.warn minergate[9558]: -------- SOFT RESET 11 -----------

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November 13, 2014, 02:22:26 AM
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I ordered another SP20, can't help it.  It is an addiction

Ha!

Im sat considering the same, my decrepit jupiters will be shutting down in a week or 2...

but i just woke up to this sp20 hashing at 957 again...8 more hours semi-downtime.

A quick save in the settings brought it back up but i plan to be away for xmas, so can do without the ballache.

@ SPTech - Is there any possibility of these ones being a bit more stable?



What's reason the hash rate goes down?
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November 13, 2014, 05:17:55 AM
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Well after a lot of fooling around I have everything almost back 100% with 2.5.13

now should I let the temps drop below 0c and see what happens? Smiley
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November 13, 2014, 05:36:07 AM
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I ordered another SP20, can't help it.  It is an addiction

Ha!

Im sat considering the same, my decrepit jupiters will be shutting down in a week or 2...

but i just woke up to this sp20 hashing at 957 again...8 more hours semi-downtime.

A quick save in the settings brought it back up but i plan to be away for xmas, so can do without the ballache.

@ SPTech - Is there any possibility of these ones being a bit more stable?



Return that sucker and get another one. Obviously it is not doing the one thing it's supposed to. Hash away.


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November 13, 2014, 09:46:49 AM
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will i own that psu?
Yes, but I can't promise that it would withstand return shipping, as I was considering just soldering the PCIE wires directly onto 1200W server PSUs. If you want to sell it back to us when you're done with it, I'd probably buy it back for around $50. I would also be willing to lease them for $10/month.

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November 13, 2014, 10:17:17 AM
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Toom.im is now accepting SP20s for hosting. If you need a power supply, we can supply one for $100.
How much for an SP20? I guess around $110-$120 for a 1 month contract?
Something like that. I haven't had a chance to meter any SP20s yet. I expect there's a wider range of efficiency/performance options available with the SP20 than the SP30, so how much we charge may end up depending on how it's configured and how efficient the PSUs we end up using are. (I hope they'll be around 92% efficient.)

LOOP[5] ON
15: disabled (Asic all engines fail BIST)
16: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:705 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 73W 103A  57c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 790hz(BL: 790)   53 (E:193) F:0]
17: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:708 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 64W  91A  47c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 695hz(BL: 695)   48 (E:193) F:0]

This happens on occasion. Unless the ASIC is physically damaged, it should recover if you restart minergate. Firmware 2.5.12 has this problem less frequently than 2.5.6, but they all can get it for different reasons. If it's a regular problem, you can set up a script or cron job to restart minergate once a day or something like that.

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November 13, 2014, 10:18:02 AM
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now should I let the temps drop below 0c and see what happens? Smiley
I've confirmed that version 2.5.13 will usually continue to work below 0°C, whereas 2.5.12 and before will go into "thermal shutdown" mode because -1°C gets misread as 255°C by the firmware. However, there are also some intermittent noise or ASIC reliability issues at low temperatures that 2.5.13 does not fix. I suggest that people try to avoid very low temperatures for another week or two while we look into those noise issues. Once an ASIC has an issue at low temperature, it makes the whole machine stop working until you isolate and disable that ASIC. While the ASICs usually recover after you bring the temperature back up, they don't always. This headache is really not worth the extra 30 or 50 GH/s you'd get from the lower temperature.

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November 13, 2014, 01:19:41 PM
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I can use a 1 kW PSU (stock PSU from AntMiner S2) to power one of PCBs of SP20, and I can buy additional 750 W PSU to power second PCB, can I? Or somehow the power should be distributed equally between the PCBs?

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  • Maximum power output – each SP20 requires 1152 W RMS continuous power. Spoondoolies-Tech recommends adding a 20% margin to handle power peaks.
       You can use combinations of power supplies to power the unit, such as 4 x 360 W, 2 X 720 W or 1 x 1400 W, by connecting the power supply/supplies rails to the SP20 accordingly.

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November 13, 2014, 01:58:29 PM
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Toom.im is now accepting SP20s for hosting. If you need a power supply, we can supply one for $100.
How much for an SP20? I guess around $110-$120 for a 1 month contract?
Something like that. I haven't had a chance to meter any SP20s yet. I expect there's a wider range of efficiency/performance options available with the SP20 than the SP30, so how much we charge may end up depending on how it's configured and how efficient the PSUs we end up using are. (I hope they'll be around 92% efficient.)

LOOP[5] ON
15: disabled (Asic all engines fail BIST)
16: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:705 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 73W 103A  57c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 790hz(BL: 790)   53 (E:193) F:0]
17: DC2DC/1/:[vlt1:708 vlt2:711(DCl:794 Tl:794 Ul:759) 64W  91A  47c] ASIC:[ 85c (120c) 695hz(BL: 695)   48 (E:193) F:0]

This happens on occasion. Unless the ASIC is physically damaged, it should recover if you restart minergate. Firmware 2.5.12 has this problem less frequently than 2.5.6, but they all can get it for different reasons. If it's a regular problem, you can set up a script or cron job to restart minergate once a day or something like that.

Restarting minergate doesn't have any effect unfortunately. The only way I've got it to come back on is to disable it in the Asics Control Panel, and then enable it. Then it comes on for a short while and then disables itself again.

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November 13, 2014, 02:02:34 PM
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I can use a 1 kW PSU (stock PSU from AntMiner S2) to power one of PCBs of SP20, and I can buy additional 750 W PSU to power second PCB, can I? Or somehow the power should be distributed equally between the PCBs?

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       You can use combinations of power supplies to power the unit, such as 4 x 360 W, 2 X 720 W or 1 x 1400 W, by connecting the power supply/supplies rails to the SP20 accordingly.
No problem doing it.
No need to use equally rated power supplies for both PCBs. They are electrically independent.

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November 13, 2014, 03:05:21 PM
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Updated cgminer and miner_gate_arm for SP10:
Stop mining and then copy the binaries from this archive to your /etc/bin/ directory with scp.

http://storage.googleapis.com/spond_firmware/sp10upd.zip
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November 13, 2014, 04:09:06 PM
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Updated cgminer and miner_gate_arm for SP10:
Stop mining and then copy the binaries from this archive to your /etc/bin/ directory with scp.

http://storage.googleapis.com/spond_firmware/sp10upd.zip

does it improve hashrate / stability ?

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November 13, 2014, 05:34:19 PM
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I can use a 1 kW PSU (stock PSU from AntMiner S2) to power one of PCBs of SP20, and I can buy additional 750 W PSU to power second PCB, can I? Or somehow the power should be distributed equally between the PCBs?

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  • Maximum power output – each SP20 requires 1152 W RMS continuous power. Spoondoolies-Tech recommends adding a 20% margin to handle power peaks.
       You can use combinations of power supplies to power the unit, such as 4 x 360 W, 2 X 720 W or 1 x 1400 W, by connecting the power supply/supplies rails to the SP20 accordingly.
No problem doing it.
No need to use equally rated power supplies for both PCBs. They are electrically independent.

I would recommend clarifying that each hash board should be powered by ONLY 1 psu, so that in the case of psu failure in a cross connected setup doesn't induce system damage etc

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November 13, 2014, 06:55:29 PM
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Hello,

SP31 settings - doesn't go higher than 4695Gh/s

Temp Front / Back T,B
27 °C / 65,70 °C
Socket Voltage
228/229 volt
Fan Speed
80
Start Voltage
0.655 / 0.655
Max Voltage
0.75
Max Watts
1330 / 1330

Any recommendations other than the "echo "1" > /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc setting" ?
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November 13, 2014, 08:04:47 PM
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Hello,

SP31 settings - doesn't go higher than 4695Gh/s

Temp Front / Back T,B
27 °C / 65,70 °C
Socket Voltage
228/229 volt
Fan Speed
80
Start Voltage
0.655 / 0.655
Max Voltage
0.75
Max Watts
1330 / 1330

Any recommendations other than the "echo "1" > /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc setting" ?
thx

I too am experiencing roughly the same hash rate. I think it is probably as good as it is going to get

                                                                               
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November 13, 2014, 08:25:37 PM
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Hi,

I have ordered some SP20 Jackson. Some were damaged during shipping resulting in having the ASIC boards bending a little. I have replaced them back correctly in the hinges, but I'm wondering if they are safe for testing. It's easy to see that the board is curved and they didn't clearly fit in the hinges.

I want to test them before doing an RMA, but I don't want to further damage the board if that could result in a malfunction.

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November 13, 2014, 09:43:03 PM
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Hi,

I have ordered some SP20 Jackson. Some were damaged during shipping resulting in having the ASIC boards bending a little. I have replaced them back correctly in the hinges, but I'm wondering if they are safe for testing. It's easy to see that the board is curved and they didn't clearly fit in the hinges.

I want to test them before doing an RMA, but I don't want to further damage the board if that could result in a malfunction.

Thank you.
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