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March 25, 2014, 10:34:30 PM
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KnC got their HQ in Stockholm. Gothenburg is on the other side of the country, but yeah, i live in Sweden and KnC is a Swedish company.
I don´t mean to be rude, i like your products but you claim to be pro´s and then post pictures who´s out of question not up to any ESD safety standard.
As i wrote before, if you need help just shoot me a PM  Smiley (I can even go to Israel if you need a pro  Wink )
Paid Trollizm ?
KNC should take care of their thread first. Such a mess...


No, just educated and experienced professional in ESD safety  Roll Eyes
If you don´t believe me, just google ESD safety then....

SyRenity: No connection, what so ever to KNC or ORSoc. I work at Apple  Grin

Hey guys, seriously, i´m trying to help you out.... and you claim that i´m working for KnC/ORSoc and trying to ruin your thread.
I´m just worried since you posted the pictures with your assembly line.
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March 25, 2014, 10:35:03 PM
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Just curious, any chance you are actually from ORSoc? They do have offices in Göteborg, AFAIR Wink

http://www.orsoc.se/?p=379
(Technical partner of KNC)
Pathetic.

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Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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March 25, 2014, 11:00:09 PM
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There have been some rumors circulating that certain vendors have decided to prioritize self-mining over commitments to their customers, increasing the difficulty and lowering the ROI for everyone.

Self mining example

In light of these news we at Spondoolies-Tech have decided to launch a super-special promotion as a service to the miners community.

Starting today we are offering a special deal on the SP10 – Dawson for delivery in May. What’s so special about it? We are now offering 2 units for as low as 7,995$. That’s 2.8 TH/s, in May, of the most efficient machine in the market for only 7,995$.


Order now on http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/2-units-of-sp10-dawson-may-batch


New Mimblewimble implementation: https://www.beam.mw
Spondoolies is back with the SPx36: https://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/spx36
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March 25, 2014, 11:14:53 PM
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this offer is very insane of you guyz !

no offense, but what the heck, that can be anyone rig here Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 11:17:27 PM
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There have been some rumors

Pics or it didn't happen.

Oh wait.

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this offer is very insane of you guyz !

no offense, but what the heck, that can be anyone rig here Smiley

It belongs to a very specific company.
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March 25, 2014, 11:31:31 PM
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this offer is very insane of you guyz !

no offense, but what the heck, that can be anyone rig here Smiley

Check the other ASIC manufacturers threads (with over 1000 posts)...

I think you guys are going down the wrong road with attacks against competitors. Better to rise above it.

That said, nice deal on the SP-10

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March 25, 2014, 11:49:02 PM
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Cant believe people are bitching over the safety of the way there tools are placed,wtf is that all about
This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..

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March 25, 2014, 11:57:01 PM
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Question to the community:
For SP30 it's too late (we're too deep into the design) but for future miners, is LCD with Hashrate / Temperature / IP / other status desirable ?
If so, what data to display ?

Network triggerable "identify unit" LED
Power LED
Status LED: Green = mining, Red = not mining

If LCD screen is implemented then:
IP address
Temperature
Hashrate

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March 26, 2014, 12:00:13 AM
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Question to the community:
For SP30 it's too late (we're too deep into the design) but for future miners, is LCD with Hashrate / Temperature / IP / other status desirable ?
If so, what data to display ?

Network triggerable "identify unit" LED
Power LED
Status LED: Green = mining, Red = not mining

If LCD screen is implemented then:
IP address
Temperature
Hashrate

I like the LED indicator idea better than an lcd display. A full display just seems overkill and expensive.

In addition to a red and green LED maybe an orange one for when it is hashing but not optimally.
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March 26, 2014, 12:06:16 AM
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Network triggerable "identify unit" LED
Power LED
Status LED: Green = mining, Red = not mining

+1

Second power LED not really needed, btw. Green: mining, Red: not mining, Off: off.



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March 26, 2014, 12:08:23 AM
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Cant believe people are bitching over the safety of the way there tools are placed,wtf is that all about
This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..

ESD is serious shit  Grin
There´s rules and standards to follow if you work with electronics and components.
(If you´re a serious business you follow them to minimize risk/RMA cost).

There´s a reason why engineers/operators wears, almost, spacesuits when working with wafers etc  Roll Eyes , but hey never mind they can wear jeans, right?
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March 26, 2014, 12:24:51 AM
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This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..
Thanks for the compliment

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March 26, 2014, 12:40:58 AM
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Cant believe people are bitching over the safety of the way there tools are placed,wtf is that all about
This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..

ESD is serious shit  Grin
There´s rules and standards to follow if you work with electronics and components.
(If you´re a serious business you follow them to minimize risk/RMA cost).

There´s a reason why engineers/operators wears, almost, spacesuits when working with wafers etc  Roll Eyes , but hey never mind they can wear jeans, right?

What has that got todo with anything,at the end of the day if they have accidents or problems its there own fault,there task is to provide bitcoin mining machines,what happens behind closed doors is there buissness.

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March 26, 2014, 12:49:34 AM
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Cant believe people are bitching over the safety of the way there tools are placed,wtf is that all about
This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..

ESD is serious shit  Grin
There´s rules and standards to follow if you work with electronics and components.
(If you´re a serious business you follow them to minimize risk/RMA cost).

There´s a reason why engineers/operators wears, almost, spacesuits when working with wafers etc  Roll Eyes , but hey never mind they can wear jeans, right?

What has that got todo with anything,at the end of the day if they have accidents or problems its there own fault,there task is to provide bitcoin mining machines,what happens behind closed doors is there buissness.

Sir, i suggest you study on how ESD works and what kind of damages it can make.
Then you will change your view, i promise.

Just let this sink in, last year a single Apple Service Partner spent 14K USD / Month in just ESD safe cleaning products for ESD carpets... You think a huge company like Apple do this for fun? No, it´s because it´s necessary to guarantee a working product. Like i said, ESD damages is serious shit and not something to "look above or beyond".
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March 26, 2014, 01:10:29 AM
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Cant believe people are bitching over the safety of the way there tools are placed,wtf is that all about
This company could become number 1 in the asic market,the potential is there..

ESD is serious shit  Grin
There´s rules and standards to follow if you work with electronics and components.
(If you´re a serious business you follow them to minimize risk/RMA cost).

There´s a reason why engineers/operators wears, almost, spacesuits when working with wafers etc  Roll Eyes , but hey never mind they can wear jeans, right?

What has that got todo with anything,at the end of the day if they have accidents or problems its there own fault,there task is to provide bitcoin mining machines,what happens behind closed doors is there buissness.

Sir, i suggest you study on how ESD works and what kind of damages it can make.
Then you will change your view, i promise.

Just let this sink in, last year a single Apple Service Partner spent 14K USD / Month in just ESD safe cleaning products for ESD carpets... You think a huge company like Apple do this for fun? No, it´s because it´s necessary to guarantee a working product. Like i said, ESD damages is serious shit and not something to "look above or beyond".

Spondoolies seem to have no problem design, manufacturing, and selling working hardware on their own so I would guess they know what they are doing.

I don't even think I've heard of a single faulty SP miner.
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March 26, 2014, 01:45:44 AM
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March 26, 2014, 01:48:53 AM
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There´s a reason why engineers/operators wears, almost, spacesuits when working with wafers etc  Roll Eyes , but hey never mind they can wear jeans, right?

Your statement seems to imply the suits are for ESD protection.

The suits have NOTHING to do with static control other than,
 since they have to wear them FOR OTHER REASONS anyways,
 they make them ESD friendly too.

Let me guess, your 'ESD expert' cert. is from Apple?

YMMV
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March 26, 2014, 02:26:20 AM
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There have been some rumors circulating that certain vendors have decided to prioritize self-mining over commitments to their customers, increasing the difficulty and lowering the ROI for everyone.

Self mining example

In light of these news we at Spondoolies-Tech have decided to launch a super-special promotion as a service to the miners community.

Starting today we are offering a special deal on the SP10 – Dawson for delivery in May. What’s so special about it? We are now offering 2 units for as low as 7,995$. That’s 2.8 TH/s, in May, of the most efficient machine in the market for only 7,995$.


Order now on http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/2-units-of-sp10-dawson-may-batch



I thought this was going to be an 'in stock' company like bitmain?  but this deal is for may orders?

Please stop preordering from companies sheeple.

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March 26, 2014, 03:01:08 AM
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2nd that.

Love the look of the hardware, but these guys can kma if they think I'm paying them now for something to hopefully be delivered at some future date. Build it, stock it, and THEN sell it.

When you have some to sell, let me know. I'll take several.
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