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February 22, 2015, 08:00:18 PM
Last edit: February 22, 2015, 08:14:09 PM by Biodom
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Large. Completely unsuitable for home / garage installation. Still use air cooling.

in my humble opinion, such machines would not be competitive in a long run because of a large capital expenditure.
By the time they mine 50% of their cost, new machines with better efficiency will run circles around them, but I digress.
It all depends on the system $/GH/h (and J/GH...) ratio.

you would have to ADD a very large, I assume, shipping charge to your true cost to own and $/Gh. in this context, $/GH/J have less meaning.
If the machine cannot fit in a garage, I could think that it will weight at least hundred kg or something like that.
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February 22, 2015, 08:02:09 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

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February 22, 2015, 08:11:41 PM
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I would have thought up the same modular way, as this saves on the exterior, multiple small fans, and controllers and MB.  Bitfury, and ASM have been doing it for awhile, they probably have custom Unit-sizes in house that the public does not know about, in their mines.
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February 22, 2015, 08:13:10 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.
this is not to large  3x 25A 250-230V
this is home 3 phase new building Croatia.Or old house have 3x 70 A by phase
you can simple sale hashing board lower transport cost

 
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February 22, 2015, 08:14:26 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.


if that's 1 unit...I'm out. 3-5kw is all I can handle atm. That's not big, that's a behemoth!!!

All I can say is I hope Spondoolies can see there is a big market for home miners and will help us!?!?!?

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February 22, 2015, 08:15:49 PM
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12U and 16KW, wow huge density, about 80TH(at 0.2W/Gh) will probably be game changer
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February 22, 2015, 08:18:20 PM
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12U and 16KW, wow huge density, about 80TH(at 0.2W/Gh) will probably be game changer

The SP35 was already 2U at 3650 watts.  So form factor is similar.


Or maybe a SP320 at ,5 efficiency

Or SP400 at .4 Smiley
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February 22, 2015, 08:36:40 PM
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No home miner,no crypto-coin.
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February 22, 2015, 08:46:49 PM
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No home miner,no crypto-coin.


And that's the bottom line!!! I just can't see warehouses full of industrial miners keeping
Bitcoin alive. There are Thousands of home miners that keep it going. Spondoolies is a good
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February 22, 2015, 09:08:58 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

I could rock that at home or in my garage, lol.
Than again I'm an electrician with 200amp home service... Wink

Pricing yet? preorders? ETA Cheesy

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February 22, 2015, 09:21:39 PM
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12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

You might be surprised... I have 200A service and a highly underutilized 100A subpanel in the garage.  67A@240V is nothing!  Seriously though, that is going to be way too costly for me.  Maybe a mini-farm scale miner could do it, but it is certainly not for a nano-farm scale.

How about a 2u-3u chassis that accepts 1-4 of the same replaceable boards that the 12u uses and also uses our own PSUs?  The chassis would need to be standardized in a way that would last years and instead of replacing the entire miner every generation we would buy new boards for it (considerable savings in the future).  Due to the dimensions, it would probably have to be "some assembly required" to keep the shipping cost of the chassis down.  I'm not sure if this could be done cost effectively, but it could be an option to consider.

I'd even consider replacement boards for our SP20s instead of a whole new miner, but I imagine that would require you to spin a whole new board design and would be costly, thus the chassis suggestion (two chassis sizes, same hashing boards) might be better.

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February 22, 2015, 09:47:50 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

If the $/Gh is suitable then i am in.
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February 22, 2015, 09:54:15 PM
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It's true that our first 3rd gen design is targeted large scale deployment. However, if the market demand will exist, we might create a smaller form factor.
It took us less than 2 month from decision to a working SP20 prototype.

I hope you do see a market for the home/hosted miner. If not, thanks for all your products and support to date ... it's been refreshing. Shame you had to end the SP20 on a loss making sale, BTC has been hard over the past months.

>> 12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

Yep, that's an industrial scale miner for sure! ... and you'll no doubt sell loads to the big boys/farmers and cloud hashing companies out there. You're running a business of course, and shareholders/investors need to be rewarded ... in such a small space of time (still under 12 months?) you've made fantastic progress.

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February 22, 2015, 10:48:19 PM
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You make it sound like it will be a 7 foot 60kw tower :p

While the average person might have 100 amp service and could maybe spare half of that,  some others may have 200 amp service, half of that is about 24kw at 100% load.
12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.

Damn. Can you offer a model that cuts that in half?
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February 22, 2015, 11:09:49 PM
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12U, 16kw, 10 replaceable hashing boards.
IMHO, if you came out with something like 4U/5Kw/3 or 4 board version in the 20-25TH range you'd make a killing.  I think that would still keep the home miner in the game as basically anyone with 5 SP20's running today should/would be able to convert over to this. As with the SP30/31/35 the rack mount form factor would be great for those of us in a datacenter setting.

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February 22, 2015, 11:15:39 PM
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Im sure there is a reason they came up with that  size.  Maybe because most newer  data centers can handle close to 15-20kw in 1 rack space. And  some even 60kw so that would mean a customer could  squeeze 3 units into 1 rented  rack  space If the data center had enough  juice density.  And for non  data centers 2 double pole 40 amp circuits would  be enough to power it with lots room to spare.
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February 22, 2015, 11:25:27 PM
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Sponds have always gone for density, and a good business model to follow it is.

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February 22, 2015, 11:25:39 PM
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February 22, 2015, 11:38:27 PM
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Why are all your miners sold out at the moment?
Because people bought them.

At current rate, the stock will be sold out in few weeks (already sold out on the SP35).

We are Happy to announce that the SP20 has sold out.
It's not too late for those who want to own a Spondoolies-Tech unit as we continue to offer the SP31.

Looks like the SP31 is listed as in stock though, so "all your miners" seems a little ambitious Smiley

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February 23, 2015, 01:26:05 AM
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How is everyone missing the main point when Spondoolies says that the next gen is not for home use?   Huh

They will NOT be retailing single units. They will likely only sell large batches to industrial mining operations... just like KNC and Bitfury. There are many reasons why they would want to do this and I'm sure most of us have heard them all before.
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