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November 28, 2014, 01:21:02 AM
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I was specifically referring to barabara, who in the emails where i asked for a discount neglected to mention any sale and in fact advised me to buy asap...

would it not THEN have been logical to mention there is a sale starting imminently...?




OK, so will you (SPT) honor the 100USD discount seeing as my order is still    'pending & unfulfilled'   $940.00   ?






if you bought via my link i'm willing to put $100 of my own earned commission to ensure you get that discount Ed.

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go on, make me feel awful!

i really should have used your link and now regret not taking a bit of time to discuss it with you all.

brack friday bunduru - indeed

As long as you recognise you are taking that $100 from my kids inheritance  Tongue

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sidenote: kids inheritance is overvalued. They don't need our money-they should make their own.
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November 28, 2014, 01:23:02 AM
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I was specifically referring to barabara, who in the emails where i asked for a discount neglected to mention any sale and in fact advised me to buy asap...

would it not THEN have been logical to mention there is a sale starting imminently...?




OK, so will you (SPT) honor the 100USD discount seeing as my order is still    'pending & unfulfilled'   $940.00   ?






if you bought via my link i'm willing to put $100 of my own earned commission to ensure you get that discount Ed.

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go on, make me feel awful!

i really should have used your link and now regret not taking a bit of time to discuss it with you all.

brack friday bunduru - indeed

As long as you recognise you are taking that $100 from my kids inheritance  Tongue

respect.



sidenote: kids inheritance is overvalued. They don't need our money-they should make their own.

hehe that's why i'm giving them BTC - it's a very useful learning tool as well as a valuable asset.
and each paper wallet has only .25BTC deposited into them, it's to be 'pocket-money' inheritance spread over the course of their lives, when they are old enough to know what to do with them.

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November 28, 2014, 01:48:15 AM
Last edit: November 28, 2014, 02:06:26 AM by edgar
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I was specifically referring to barabara, who in the emails where i asked for a discount neglected to mention any sale and in fact advised me to buy asap...

would it not THEN have been logical to mention there is a sale starting imminently...?

OK, so will you (SPT) honor the 100USD discount seeing as my order is still    'pending & unfulfilled'   $940.00   ?


if you bought via my link i'm willing to put $100 of my own earned commission to ensure you get that discount Ed.

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go on, make me feel awful!

i really should have used your link and now regret not taking a bit of time to discuss it with you all.

brack friday bunduru - indeed

meh. and here's me with every faith in you. /s
to be totally transparent now: I don't promote spondoolies because i want to get rich from folks orders.
I'm not a 'paid shill'
I do it because i truly believe in the company and their ethos.
I don't get paid cash with my referral earnings, i get a small commission which goes towards Sp-Tech products, which I mine with myself and do not sell on.
My BTC is held in cold wallets and put safely away for my children's futures - apart from a small amount each month that I use to rent other mining rigs p2p from other miners to sustain the pool on which I mine (mmpool.org).
Having been in contact with SP-Tech from the very beginning, I will continue to uphold their integrity that they are committed to the decentralisation of the bitcoin network and the promotion of smaller miners like myself.
I'm not a super-genius tech-savvy electronics guru... I like to be able to switch things on, and they work, when they don't work, I come looking for you lot to help me.
...and i'm an insomniac  Embarrassed that's why I have so much time on my hands to do this sort of thing.
I want to make sure everyone knows about bitcoin and everyone benefits from it.

so... on this occasion only, i'll take the $100 hit from my referral earnings so that you can have that discount Ed. If Gadi or Guy can confirm this is OK, then i'm sure we can make sure you are content. As long as you recognise you are taking that $100 from my kids inheritance  Tongue

respect.

i think we crossed wires there. i genuinely regret not discussing the matter with the forum. (i get much more info here than from manufacturers)

NO sarc/snark intention AT ALL.

i will not accept a penny of yours, nor your kids' inheritance as it is not you nor their 'oversight' that caused this consternation.

and i actually find the suggestion somewhat 'tongue in cheek' vulgar.


However.. id be vocally appreciative to receive a 100 usd rebate (in good faith) from SPT...

HENCE - my 'why would barbara NOT have mentioned it in the same email i requested (& received) a discount for miner downtime' question?

it seems kind of peculiar- does it not?

Though to be quite frank, i wonder if that bank transfer has even gone through yet.

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November 28, 2014, 01:54:13 AM
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ah well, cool.

hope you get it sorted out. the offer is there anyhoo.

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November 28, 2014, 02:14:13 AM
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Soo.. no opinion.. SP31 now or SP35 maybe at end of Dec...

What are most peoples SP31's running at? Anywhere near 4.9 on 210V?

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November 28, 2014, 02:22:04 AM
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pfff, my sp30 runs at 4.1 on 230V since 2.5.12 upgrade & having to underclock it just to stop it from thermal freaking.

compared with 4.7 at higher temps on prior FW

but if you'd appreciate an opinion id say go with 'now' over later.
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November 28, 2014, 02:27:51 AM
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Noooo Sad you shoulda told me you fixed it but I should wait 10 hours or so Sad I ordered shortly after this but too soon for the sale.

I can't seem to order an sp20E or 2 sp20E's  the cart tells me no shipping for my address. 

I purchased 1 last week and was looking to get 2 more. Any info on how get the shipping  to  work would help

same here, finally was going to pull the trigger after talkin myself into it all day.. then wasnt able to
You can try again, we solved the issue.
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November 28, 2014, 03:15:24 AM
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In order for the SP30 to become non-profitable, it has to mine less then 100$ a month.

Before we worry about end of life recovery of operating costs, we need to worry about recovering the capital costs.

It is very unlikely that the September SP30 will ever pay for itself before it operates in the red.

I am talking science to you but you are just trying to hypnotise me by repeating "it will never ROI". If you don't start talking sense I will have to stop answering.

Ok Zvisha, please answer the question I posed for Guy earlier. Please present the case for Sept. SP30 customers recovering the cost of their purchase. Identify any assumptions you make about network difficulty or other factors and provide a reasonable rationale for them.

I know you are a rational man, now is your chance to show us how the Sept SP30 is likely to recover its cost.

I am not SP marketing and this is just my private opinion.
I don't expect the network to significantly grow beyond 300PH. There is no new technology that will allow that that will ROI. People will have to invest same money into HW that they did in last year, but they will not get the same profit. I don't see people creating hundreds of PHs in the next 6 months.


Now stop and dont make me look stupid, difficulty.
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November 28, 2014, 03:19:35 AM
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Also, it looks like undervolting SP20 provides the following:
746 watts /  1350 gh / 0.55 watts per gh
So it is like SP10 at 50% power.
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November 28, 2014, 03:51:03 AM
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Also, it looks like undervolting SP20 provides the following:
746 watts /  1350 gh / 0.55 watts per gh
So it is like SP10 at 50% power.

I can confirm that as I tested it and got using an evga 1300 g2 psu.


I like this sooooo much I just grabbed a second one and will be selling 3 s-3's to make some room.

  @ raskul


 I used your link   here is the transaction


https://blockchain.info/tx/30f72fa4bdacce742f350fee9a00576d5d62b4636f603ecacf8e3bb1a8c60c94


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YOUR ORDER WAS PLACED SUCCESSFULLY.
YOU'VE JUST PURCHASED THIS

1X CYBER MONDAY SPECIAL PRICE: SP20 JACKSON NOVEMBER BATCH 2 - SHIPPED
Your Order ID is: #3446

An email receipt containing information about your order will soon follow. Please keep it for your records.



Thank you for shopping at Spondoolies-Tech

Looking forward to using this.  I will post more photos at my unofficial thread.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=872014.0


ps my email confirm came.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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November 28, 2014, 05:31:35 AM
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I am not SP marketing and this is just my private opinion.
I don't expect the network to significantly grow beyond 300PH. There is no new technology that will allow that that will ROI. People will have to invest same money into HW that they did in last year, but they will not get the same profit. I don't see people creating hundreds of PHs in the next 6 months.


Now stop and dont make me look stupid, difficulty.

Good prediction!

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November 28, 2014, 06:18:05 AM
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Grrr.. I really want to pull the trigger on an SP31, but it doesn't make sense to me. For $1600 I could have 2x S4, running at 4.4TH overclocked. Or even better 3x for $2400 @ 6.6TH/s. Am I missing something besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh
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November 28, 2014, 06:42:01 AM
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Hi All,

We have some special goodies for you.

From now until Monday the SP20 are only $695, shipping within 2 business days from the moment payment is confirmed.
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp20-jackson-november-batch-2


In addition, we have a new product, the SP20 Mini Farm
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp20-mini-farm-batch-1

This product is a pallet of 15 SP20. Ordering the mini farm gets you free shipping on all 15 units. Note that these units are not for reshipping.
The Mini Farm's price is tied to the single SP20 price so it is also on special sale right now.

You will also note that the SP31 is back and it's shipping from stock. In case you have forgotten, this is the most efficient miner of the bunch and it's only $2,995.
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp31-yukon-shipping-from-stock

Lastly, we have a new batch of SP35 for delivery in December. As always, shipping will be done in accordance to the payment date:
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp35-yukon-power-december-batch-1

The SP20 sale will end on Monday night.

Happy holiday!

Gadi

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November 28, 2014, 06:47:02 AM
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... besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh
Thank you. We're working to increase our support workforce.

Guy

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November 28, 2014, 07:31:26 AM
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... besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh
Thank you. We're working to increase our support workforce.

Guy

because you need a photographer, one that lives in Scotland and likes to travel... right?

sorry. off topic.  Cheesy

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November 28, 2014, 07:46:41 AM
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Grrr.. I really want to pull the trigger on an SP31, but it doesn't make sense to me. For $1600 I could have 2x S4, running at 4.4TH overclocked. Or even better 3x for $2400 @ 6.6TH/s. Am I missing something besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh

FUCK bitmain!

if you want shitty, thrown together hardware with the cheapest, overpriced components on the planet  - Bitmains got plenty - but don't be fooled by empty promises and costly RMA procedures which i can almost guarantee you will need.




if you want quality hardware with 'getting there' support - choose SPT without a doubt

my main gripe with SPT being fw discrepancies and a seemingly overworked support team of 1 (now 3)


just my humble opinion based on my own experiences - others opinions may vary

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November 28, 2014, 08:24:55 AM
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... besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh
Thank you. We're working to increase our support workforce.

Guy

No, thank you, Guy. It's absolutely refreshing to see how you guys do business. It's the reason I'm considering spending more per GH with you guys.

Grrr.. I really want to pull the trigger on an SP31, but it doesn't make sense to me. For $1600 I could have 2x S4, running at 4.4TH overclocked. Or even better 3x for $2400 @ 6.6TH/s. Am I missing something besides the obvious increase in hardware quality, density, and customer support of SP over bitmain?  Huh

FUCK bitmain!

if you want shitty, thrown together hardware with the cheapest, overpriced components on the planet  - Bitmains got plenty - but don't be fooled by empty promises and costly RMA procedures which i can almost guarantee you will need.




if you want quality hardware with 'getting there' support - choose SPT without a doubt

my main gripe with SPT being fw discrepancies and a seemingly overworked support team of 1 (now 3)


just my humble opinion based on my own experiences - others opinions may vary



Trust me, I hear you loud and clear. I'm stuck dealing with bitmain right now, for compensation and an rma for my latest S4 that came with a dead hash board. Dealing with them is horrible, like pulling teeth. I've got 4 other just about perfectly working S4s, though, and I can't really complain about them since their issues have mostly been resolved. Still a few bugs to squash and they'll be solid.

At the end of the day, ROI is still king though. I can get 8.8 TH/s for 200$ more if I go with S4s, vs 4.9 TH/s.

I really don't mean to thread shit SP, and I hope that's not how this is coming across. I'm legitimately trying to justify an SP31 and I'm hoping for someone to weigh in. It won't take much to be honest, if only to treat myself to the crème de la crème of Bitcoin hardware.
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November 28, 2014, 08:41:52 AM
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Will the next difficulty jump be negative ?

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/growth.png
https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty

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At the end of the day, ROI is still king though. I can get 8.8 TH/s for 200$ more if I go with S4s, vs 4.9 TH/s.

I really don't mean to thread shit SP, and I hope that's not how this is coming across. I'm legitimately trying to justify an SP31 and I'm hoping for someone to weigh in. It won't take much to be honest, if only to treat myself to the crème de la crème of Bitcoin hardware.

For me its also about hosting costs, it would cost 3 times as much to host 2 S4's as it would to host 1 SP35 because they take up 4TH@6U vs 5.5TH@2U

And 4.5 times as much for 3 of them 6TH@9U vs 5.5TH@2U

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