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June 11, 2014, 01:48:12 PM
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Apparently Zvi is too buzy to post here Tongue

By mistake clicked upgrade and woot - new version.

Blog post is up with new features:
http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/blogs/technical-blog/14433873-version-1-4-2


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I can see how you might have missed it, though.  There was a bunch of other stuff going on regarding CBCM and SP-Tech.

Zvi, I really like the disclaimer at the end of your post Grin

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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

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June 11, 2014, 01:56:44 PM
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I can see how you might have missed it, though.  There was a bunch of other stuff going on regarding CBCM and SP-Tech.

Oops! You are right - I am blind Tongue

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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

Can you give us some values to play with then?

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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

Can you give us some values to play with then?


You have to know the cables you have. There are 16A cables sold in stores. PSU supports 14.5A which is your limit. You have 110V.

14.5 * 110V = 1595W
PSU efficiency in 110V is ~85%, so your limit is 1595*0.85 is over 1300W, so it looks like assuming you have 16A cables you are clear to go. But if your voltage is 100V (which can happen) then you are limited more.

Just make sure you have 16A cables.
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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

Can you give us some values to play with then?


You have to know the cables you have. There are 16A cables sold in stores. PSU supports 14.5A which is your limit. You have 110V.

14.5 * 110V = 1595W
PSU efficiency in 110V is ~85%, so your limit is 1595*0.85 is over 1300W, so it looks like assuming you have 16A cables you are clear to go. But if your voltage is 100V (which can happen) then you are limited more.

Just make sure you have 16A cables.

I have 240V - One miner is pulling is 224V and the other 227V. I guess this is for 110V guys?

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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

Can you give us some values to play with then?


You have to know the cables you have. There are 16A cables sold in stores. PSU supports 14.5A which is your limit. You have 110V.

14.5 * 110V = 1595W
PSU efficiency in 110V is ~85%, so your limit is 1595*0.85 is over 1300W, so it looks like assuming you have 16A cables you are clear to go. But if your voltage is 100V (which can happen) then you are limited more.

Just make sure you have 16A cables.


I have 240V - One miner is pulling is 224V and the other 227V. I guess this is for 110V guys?

Yes only 110V
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June 11, 2014, 04:35:02 PM
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Trying to get my Dad to order an SP30 along with me but he doesn't like ordering something that cost that much and then have to wait quite a while to get it. And I can't come up with any positive notes on why it is a good deal. He's old school. You give your money, you get your product. Once the Neptune's start rolling out from KNC and start hashing away, maybe some deciding factors will present themselves. God I'm such a baby, it's only $5k, right? 4 mortgage payments, big deal. Smiley

I'm guessing even before the September SP30's come out they will be sold out so they'll never be in stock anyway. Has to be a psychological thing to I think.


The SP30 looks nice, but the competition doesn't sit still.

By the time time August / September rolls around, you can count on the SP30 going head to head with the Bitmain S3 and Knc Neptune. It's impossible too tell which will be a better deal at that time because there are too many variables and a lot will change in the next 3 months.

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Folks and fellow miners,

I have had some communication with the fellow named "Guy" at Spondoolies. Folks you really should go to their website if you have any specific questions about your planned purchase....they are really really helpful and seem to be there for their customers.

It may be short lived...but for right now you cannot get better support. We shall see.

I found out that these units ARE NOISY. You really do not want to run them in your home unless you got a basement.

Hosting is a kewl idea...they keep the unit and run it for you...THIS IS NOT REMOTE HOSTING!

When you preorder your unit you do not need to pay and preorder the hosting part...you just give them a note not to ship and hosting payment to follow.

Anyways hope this helps!

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If you create a file called /etc/mg_ignore_110_fcc the FW will not limit the 1100W. Note that this mode of work is not well tested by me, and can cause extreme heat in some cables. Make sure you have proper cables that match the amperage of the system. We take no responsibility of any damage done to the miner, PSU or your house if you set this flag. The PSU supports up to 14.5 Amper, so make the proper computation (and don't forget to add 10% to SP10 limit for PSU efficiency).

Can you give us some values to play with then?


You have to know the cables you have. There are 16A cables sold in stores. PSU supports 14.5A which is your limit. You have 110V.

14.5 * 110V = 1595W
PSU efficiency in 110V is ~85%, so your limit is 1595*0.85 is over 1300W, so it looks like assuming you have 16A cables you are clear to go. But if your voltage is 100V (which can happen) then you are limited more.

Just make sure you have 16A cables.

zvisha,

Maybe you shouldn't be encouraging this. The cables required need to be 20A for a continuous rating of 16A. The IEC 320 standard power cord for this rating is C19/C20 or C21/C22 connector/plug combination. However, these connectors will not fit the power supply which probably means the power supply was never intended (or tested) for 20A.
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June 11, 2014, 05:26:06 PM
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Can someone confirm this page? I plugged all the numbers in and says the SP30 won't break even at all.

https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/1cd0d85758


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June 11, 2014, 05:33:14 PM
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Can someone confirm this page? I plugged all the numbers in and says the SP30 won't break even at all.

https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/1cd0d85758


Price is wrong : it's 5k$ not 12k$
Difficulty will never be 100MM in 7 months.
BTC/usd will not stay the same.

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June 11, 2014, 05:37:18 PM
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Can someone confirm this page? I plugged all the numbers in and says the SP30 won't break even at all.

https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/1cd0d85758



Not with a cost of $12,000 for the hardware and not with 40% diff growth monthly. We are already looking at less than 30% according to this graph http://bitcoin.sipa.be/growth.png

I'm planning to buy one more SP30 from the September Batch btw Smiley

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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.


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June 11, 2014, 05:44:12 PM
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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.

How can you order a non-existing product? Link points to May Second Batch and that is out of stock for a long time.

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June 11, 2014, 05:47:20 PM
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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.

How can you order a non-existing product? Link points to May Second Batch and that is out of stock for a long time.
Exactly, thank you captain obvious.   Seems like a good reason to take it down doesn't it?    I sent an email through this system and DID not click on the link.   I ordered later in the day.   Regardless, I am just telling them about it because they PROBABLY DO NOT KNOW IT IS STILL THERE.
Get it?   trying to be helpful.    Your sarcasm is not appreciated.


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June 11, 2014, 05:47:31 PM
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Can someone confirm this page? I plugged all the numbers in and says the SP30 won't break even at all.

https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/1cd0d85758


Price is wrong : it's 5k$ not 12k$
Difficulty will never be 100MM in 7 months.
BTC/usd will not stay the same.

I changed it to 5,000 and was just about the same. I'll agree BTC/USD we'll never really know what it will be and well, difficulty is always on the rise. https://blockchain.info/charts/difficulty. Seriously, does it ever go down to make a difference?
Still no ROI in 12 months. If you aren't guaranteed a positive return on your investment then don't invest.

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I changed it to 5,000 and was just about the same. I'll agree BTC/USD we'll never really know what it will be and well, difficulty is always on the rise. https://blockchain.info/charts/difficulty. Seriously, does it ever go down to make a difference?
Still no ROI in 12 months. If you aren't guaranteed a positive return on your investment then don't invest.

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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.

How can you order a non-existing product? Link points to May Second Batch and that is out of stock for a long time.
Exactly, thank you captain obvious.   Seems like a good reason to take it down doesn't it?    I sent an email through this system and DID not click on the link.   I ordered later in the day.   Regardless, I am just telling them about it because they PROBABLY DO NOT KNOW IT IS STILL THERE.
Get it?   trying to be helpful.    Your sarcasm is not appreciated.

Thank you for trying to be helpful. I was being sarcastic because you were complaining that you were tricked which you weren't. Let's just call it even.

I changed it to 5,000 and was just about the same. I'll agree BTC/USD we'll never really know what it will be and well, difficulty is always on the rise. https://blockchain.info/charts/difficulty. Seriously, does it ever go down to make a difference?
Still no ROI in 12 months. If you aren't guaranteed a positive return on your investment then don't invest.

Difficulty will always rise, but it's very important by how much. Assuming that it will rise with 40% monthly indefinitely is simply wrong and it makes a very big difference when it comes to ROI.

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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.
How can you order a non-existing product? Link points to May Second Batch and that is out of stock for a long time.
Exactly, thank you captain obvious.   Seems like a good reason to take it down doesn't it?    I sent an email through this system and DID not click on the link.   I ordered later in the day.   Regardless, I am just telling them about it because they PROBABLY DO NOT KNOW IT IS STILL THERE.
Get it?   trying to be helpful.    Your sarcasm is not appreciated.
Thank you for trying to be helpful. I was being sarcastic because you were complaining that you were tricked which you weren't. Let's just call it even.
No you were being a dick.   Where in my ONE sentence does it say "complaining about being tricked?".    You think "before more people do the foolish thing I did" translates to "you ripped me off"?
Bullshit.   Your response was a dickhead move and shows your character.    An apology should have been your reply.   


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June 11, 2014, 06:12:53 PM
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you should remove the SHIPPING IMMEDIATELY on your contact us page for the SP10 before more people do the foolish thing I did and order thinking they will ship NOW.

The banner and the broken link will be removed. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

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