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Author Topic: [ANN] HEX•FURY 11+Gh/s USB Stick Miner [ IN STOCK UK, EU ] Shipping Worldwide  (Read 35746 times)
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March 20, 2014, 02:04:53 AM
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Worlds fastest usb stick miner, 11+GH/s out of the box and up to 15GH/s overclocked!


Dear All,

I would like to announce that Hex•Fury, 6 Bitfury chip USB Stick Miner is in stock and sale will start on 22nd of March 2014.

Hex•Fury is a beautiful and very efficient usb miner designed by c-scape and intron, who I'd like to thank for their amazing work. Well done guys Smiley

Hex•Fury is not just a "pretty face" but also is a proper runner, with hashing speed around 11GH/s out of the box and up to 15Gh/s overclocked, it is a perfect toy for people who like to "tinker" with things. 6 Bitfury chips deliver solid and stable performance with almost no HW errors and low power draw.

Hex•Fury Facts

No. of chips: 6 Bitfury chips,
Hashrate: ~11GH/s out of the box, up to 15GH/s overclocked,
Power usage: ~0.86W per GH,
Dimentions:  26x60mm without usb plug,
Voltage: 5V stock, max 5.5V overclocked,
Power requirement: 2-2.5A to get full speed,
Supported software: cgminer 3.8.2 and up, BFgminer 3.7.0 and up.


Sale, pricing and payment info

There will be NO PREORDERS! Miners are in stock and will be shipped as soon as sale will start.

UK+EU Customers must have Vat added to goods shipped within EU, however if you are EU based business with valid Vat number, you can have goods shipped without Vat. Please Pm me if you have any queries.

1-10 Units price is £140  £120+Vat each,
11-20 Units price is £130 £110+Vat each,
21+ Please PM me.

All outside EU customers, don't have to pay VAT but are responsible for all import duty taxes. Real value will be declared for customs so keep that in mind.

Payment

Our new website accept following payments methods:

- BTC via BitPay  
- Bank transfer
- PayPal
- Card payment

Escrow- Yes if you want, but you pay the fees and we both have to agree on escrow agent.

How to order

- Website is up now. You can order at www.asicrunner.com. All devices are IN STOCK and are ready for shipment!
  I'm still adding more gear to the store so please check the site for updates.

Shipping

- UK shipping via Royal Mail Special Delivery Next Day Guaranteed™ - £6.95 up to 500g, and £8.25 up to 1kg.
- EU shipping via UPS or Expressglobal. Pm me for quote.
- Worldwide via UPS or DHL.PM me for quote.



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March 20, 2014, 02:05:16 AM
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March 20, 2014, 02:11:29 AM
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will work in a proper powered usb hub im assuming. saw this a while back and was interested. looking forward for reviews and pricing. seems as more chips get added all the amount of other components gets lower.
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March 20, 2014, 02:11:39 AM
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i take it you need usb 3.0 to fully power it up?

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March 20, 2014, 02:17:35 AM
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No need for usb 3 hub, usb 2 works fine. You need usb hub that can deliver 2-2.5A or use usb injector cable (its like 3$) .  Today I've received  a prototype  adapter to use 2 usb ports for power so will need few days for testing before I can confirm if its working as intended.
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March 20, 2014, 02:18:20 AM
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Would like to reserve assuming the price is reasonable.
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March 20, 2014, 04:07:52 AM
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Interested in Mass Quantities. If the price is right.
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March 20, 2014, 05:53:29 AM
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Congrats! Very happy to see these devices for sale.  I'll be glad to assist in answering technical questions on this thread.

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March 20, 2014, 07:31:03 AM
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Congrats!

And here a nice picture of a beefed-up USB hub.
The low-cost adjustable 5V/5A power supply
allows for easy overclocking.



Make sure to apply sufficient forced air cooling,
hex•furys will run hot while overclocked;)

intron

(PS: The connectors sticking out from the
device are for firmware debugging only.
They will normally not be present.)
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March 20, 2014, 08:16:23 AM
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schweet!  Will update the StickMiners page asap Smiley

Edit: Done.

Minor question: Looks like it's using the Rev1 chips - any plans to offer it with Rev2 in the future?


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March 20, 2014, 10:44:14 AM
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I expect an expensive price!!

Good Luck!
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March 20, 2014, 03:44:01 PM
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I expect an expensive price!!

I suspect it would be a pretty good price, actually.  Keep in mind that the chips are pretty much not the biggest cost of StickMiners as long as you can buy the chips in bulk (which, if you're going to produce, say, 1,000 stickminers, is entirely doable).  Of course there is the design (license) costs to get out, etc.

Based on the hash rate quoted (11GH/s), about $300 would make it very competitive with the Bi•Fury devices (especially since it requires less space than 3 of those, easier to cool, etc.), $250 would make it very competitive with the Yellowjacket (and you'd need 6 of those).  To be competitive (USD/Ghash-wise) with the Antminers it would have to be quite a bit lower than that.. but, again, this is a single device vs 6 of those.

The advantage of being just 1 device, being unique, etc. commands a higher price. Anywhere between $275 and and $325 would be more than fair, imho.  Not that I'd mind if they did pass on the relatively lower costs Wink

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March 20, 2014, 04:23:31 PM
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Based on the hash rate quoted (11GH/s), about $300 would make it very competitive

Crikey! If anyone wants 42-46GH of Bitfury power, in the UK, I'll sell you a Hex16B board for £150 right now! Shocked

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Crikey! If anyone wants 42-46GH of Bitfury power, in the UK, I'll sell you a Hex16B board for £150 right now! Shocked
But can I plug that into a USB port-and-only a USB port and be off and running?

Granted, some of the StickMiners are already pushing the definition and you need a powered hub that's happy to supply e.g. 3A per port - well outside of USB3 never mind USB 2 specs - but the definition (okay, my definition) stands Wink

Nobody ever said these devices make financial/mining sense - heck, often quite the opposite (from the description: "it is a perfect toy for people who like to "tinker" with things.") Smiley

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Crikey! If anyone wants 42-46GH of Bitfury power, in the UK, I'll sell you a Hex16B board for £150 right now! Shocked
But can I plug that into a USB port-and-only a USB port and be off and running?

Granted, some of the StickMiners are already pushing the definition and you need a powered hub that's happy to supply e.g. 3A per port - well outside of USB3 never mind USB 2 specs - but the definition (okay, my definition) stands Wink

Nobody ever said these devices make financial/mining sense - heck, often quite the opposite (from the description: "it is a perfect toy for people who like to "tinker" with things.") Smiley

You plug it in a USB port and power 70W from a PC PSU molex connector. Sure beats fiddling around trying to make a USB hub run more power than it was designed for. Wink

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March 20, 2014, 07:08:34 PM
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Hopefully these are cheap enough for the less richer crowd to afford seeing how 10 GH/s is not much now and in another month will be useless for BTC but we still have alt SHA. Another thing is can we purchase these x1 at a time or maybe lowest pack of x5. Also will you guys be selling accessories like usb hubs etc.

I've always wanted to mine with a bunch of usb miners and these might make this an option for me, hope everything goes well and looking forward to the reviews!

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March 20, 2014, 07:19:57 PM
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But can I plug that into a USB port-and-only a USB port and be off and running?
You plug it in a USB port and power 70W from a PC PSU molex connector.
That's an awful lot of words for 'no' Wink

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But can I plug that into a USB port-and-only a USB port and be off and running?
You plug it in a USB port and power 70W from a PC PSU molex connector.
That's an awful lot of words for 'no' Wink
Yeah but neither does this by looking at intron's photo. Tongue

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But can I plug that into a USB port-and-only a USB port and be off and running?
You plug it in a USB port and power 70W from a PC PSU molex connector.
That's an awful lot of words for 'no' Wink
Yeah but neither does this by looking at intron's photo. Tongue
I think he's overclocking it.  The base configuration:
Power requirement: 2-2.5A to get full speed,
:shouldn't need it.  Again, it's still well outside USB2 and even USB3 spec, but not outside the norm for powered USB hubs (and I'm just talking about generic ones made to be able to charge tablets and the like that already like soaking up 2A or just refuse to charge, not the made-for-miners USB hubs).

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its all about the price in this game ... so, whats the price ?
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