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October 15, 2014, 04:06:50 AM
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What miner would you order right now SP20 or Sp35? I am past the ROI argument and just want to get a feel for what you guys would do. Electricity I have a lot of 240V now and I just want to pull the trigger so to speak. 
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October 15, 2014, 04:14:45 AM
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What miner would you order right now SP20 or Sp35? I am past the ROI argument and just want to get a feel for what you guys would do. Electricity I have a lot of 240V now and I just want to pull the trigger so to speak. 

ok...you may bet a much better deal on an sp10 at 1.4TH on ebay...saw one as a buy it now for 968 usd

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October 15, 2014, 04:25:38 AM
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What miner would you order right now SP20 or Sp35? I am past the ROI argument and just want to get a feel for what you guys would do. Electricity I have a lot of 240V now and I just want to pull the trigger so to speak. 

ok...you may bet a much better deal on an sp10 at 1.4TH on ebay...saw one as a buy it now for 968 usd

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I ordered Some Prismas with the low exchange rate last week.  I filled the right now addiction.  I need to fill the next month one.  S4 looks to be S*** so it’s SP20s or the 35s.  I think Bobsag has cheaper Sp10s on Minersource if you want to fill rack space. I have rack space and shelf space so it does not matter for a while.   
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October 15, 2014, 08:35:24 AM
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I heard that Spondoolies cancelled the SP20s due to them being too expensive to manufacture and the performance not meeting expectations, hence the lack of updates despite supposedly shipping in the next week or two. I also heard that Zvi was fired which is why the broken firmware hasn't been fixed.



i heard they are selling sp20's like hotcakes and zvi is on vacation for another week and one half

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October 15, 2014, 08:44:42 AM
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I heard that ... Bla Bla Bla
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October 15, 2014, 08:59:56 AM
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i heard they are selling sp20's like hotcakes and zvi is on vacation for another week and one half

Zvi being on holiday would make sense. As for SP20's selling like hotcakes, yeah, hotcakes being sold in Antarctica. Seriously, why would the least profitable miner out of the current crop be selling like hotcakes? It's always been over-priced and offers terrible value compared to the competition.

I heard that ... Bla Bla Bla
Troll with hearing problems. Funny.

My hearing is fine and I'm not trolling, I'm simply repeating information that I heard. Given how insanely overpriced the SP20 is, such a rumour would make perfect sense to me. If SP20 has not been cancelled, then why is there no more info about it this close to shipping date? Why have the specs not been adjusted to be even slightly competitive?

If those rumours are completely false, what does that mean for SP20? Are the currently listed specs final? Are you still planning on shipping this month?
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October 15, 2014, 09:06:43 AM
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Why have the specs not been adjusted to be even slightly competitive?

This is one funny/stupid question. How can they adjust specs if there is a fixed number of chips that go into the SP20? It's like asking a Prisma to do 10Th/s. More absurd stuff from AM shareholders with delirium tremens from the lack of dividends and a share-price that is only going downwards.

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October 15, 2014, 09:20:18 AM
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Why have the specs not been adjusted to be even slightly competitive?

This is one funny/stupid question. How can they adjust specs if there is a fixed number of chips that go into the SP20? It's like asking a Prisma to do 10Th/s. More absurd stuff from AM shareholders with delirium tremens from the lack of dividends and a share-price that is only going downwards.

Well, I got that info directly from Guy:

The SP20 should give better results then what we published. We'll get the faster ASICs in 2 weeks and revise the spec.
Also, iit depends on the PSU efficiency.

Are you saying Guy just lied about improving the specs in order to fleece people? Was the site ever updated with better results?
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October 15, 2014, 10:01:34 AM
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- Updated SP31, SP35 and SP20 spec will be published on Tuesday or Wednesday next week
- The refund process will start next week and will be completed in October, as promised

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October 15, 2014, 10:01:44 AM
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Why have the specs not been adjusted to be even slightly competitive?

This is one funny/stupid question. How can they adjust specs if there is a fixed number of chips that go into the SP20? It's like asking a Prisma to do 10Th/s. More absurd stuff from AM shareholders with delirium tremens from the lack of dividends and a share-price that is only going downwards.

Well, I got that info directly from Guy:

The SP20 should give better results then what we published. We'll get the faster ASICs in 2 weeks and revise the spec.
Also, iit depends on the PSU efficiency.

Better results isn't equal to specs being slightly competitive or not. It's simply better results that are the result of faster than previous ASICs. You should know that chips come in various types (slow, slow-slow, fast, fast-fast, typical etc).

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October 15, 2014, 10:36:02 AM
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- Updated SP31, SP35 and SP20 spec will be published on Tuesday or Wednesday next week
- The refund process will start next week and will be completed in October, as promised

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Yeah... refunds.

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October 15, 2014, 11:57:36 AM
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That is definitely not true.
The SP20 actually runs quiet and fast.  A really nice miner.  I will make sure to post my review here when ready.
The SP20 they had running at the Inside Bitcoins Conference in Las Vegas was a pleasant surprise. :-)

I heard that Spondoolies cancelled the SP20s due to them being too expensive to manufacture and the performance not meeting expectations, hence the lack of updates despite supposedly shipping in the next week or two. I also heard that Zvi was fired which is why the broken firmware hasn't been fixed.



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October 15, 2014, 12:29:26 PM
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- Updated SP31, SP35 and SP20 spec will be published on Tuesday or Wednesday next week
- The refund process will start next week and will be completed in October, as promised

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October 15, 2014, 01:03:04 PM
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Why have the specs not been adjusted to be even slightly competitive?

This is one funny/stupid question. How can they adjust specs if there is a fixed number of chips that go into the SP20? It's like asking a Prisma to do 10Th/s. More absurd stuff from AM shareholders with delirium tremens from the lack of dividends and a share-price that is only going downwards.
The AM shareholder crap is getting old, I'd be more concerned with your own business. Slinging mud around doesn't do you any favors or make you look any better.
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October 15, 2014, 01:41:29 PM
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The AM shareholder crap is getting old, I'd be more concerned with your own business. Slinging mud around doesn't do you any favors or make you look any better.


You sure did not direct that to Mabsark? I'd be very careful when pressing the "quote" button.


I heard that Spondoolies cancelled the SP20s due to them being too expensive to manufacture and the performance not meeting expectations, hence the lack of updates despite supposedly shipping in the next week or two. I also heard that Zvi was fired which is why the broken firmware hasn't been fixed.

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October 15, 2014, 02:07:24 PM
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The AM shareholder crap is getting old, I'd be more concerned with your own business. Slinging mud around doesn't do you any favors or make you look any better.


You sure did not direct that to Mabsark? I'd be very careful when pressing the "quote" button.


I heard that Spondoolies cancelled the SP20s due to them being too expensive to manufacture and the performance not meeting expectations, hence the lack of updates despite supposedly shipping in the next week or two. I also heard that Zvi was fired which is why the broken firmware hasn't been fixed.
Huh? It's pretty obvious I was responding to Roadstress since he was throwing around the "Asicminer Shareholders" butt hurt BS. Plus I can say whatever I want on a public forum.
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October 15, 2014, 02:27:17 PM
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Two of my new SP-30's are not going over 2TH for some reason. I have spoke to my hosting in Michagan and he says this seems to be an issue with many of the SP30's they've received. Are SP looking into this issue? We are losing out on the mining.
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October 15, 2014, 02:34:29 PM
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Two of my new SP-30's are not going over 2TH for some reason. I have spoke to my hosting in Michagan and he says this seems to be an issue with many of the SP30's they've received. Are SP looking into this issue? We are losing out on the mining.
We'll need to check the issue. Please have them open ssh + https port forwarding and contact support@
Unfortunately, it's another long holiday weekend, so we'll probably be able to investigate only on Sunday.

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October 15, 2014, 02:35:42 PM
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may i know where are SP being shipped from ? & also shipping rates to asia.
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October 15, 2014, 02:53:40 PM
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may i know where are SP being shipped from ? & also shipping rates to asia.
Shipping from Israel.
$300 per SP35, $115 per SP20

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