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November 11, 2017, 07:44:18 PM
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bitfury detect (38:2) failed to initialise incorrect device?Huh
using macbook any help???


that usually happens if:
1. driver is not installed
2. not enough power per port

What hub are you using?

@goodney

Do you have new Stickminers in planning?
None of the current chips seem to be worth producing a StickMiner. They all use too much power for a useful hash rate. The closest I got was this BE200 based prototype @8GH/s. But it got way too hot, even with a huge heat sink.

If anyone knows of a chip coming soon that might be good for a stick miner, let me know!

-a[g



These bad boys are good:

https://www.eyeboot.com/gekkoscience-2pac-bitcoin-miner.html

They are using the 2 x BM1384 chip for a solid 15+GH

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November 12, 2017, 05:03:46 PM
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@goodney

Do you have new Stickminers in planning?
None of the current chips seem to be worth producing a StickMiner. They all use too much power for a useful hash rate. The closest I got was this BE200 based prototype @8GH/s. But it got way too hot, even with a huge heat sink.

If anyone knows of a chip coming soon that might be good for a stick miner, let me know!

-a[g



A new generation of chips where released Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=888260.0

Get me samples and I'll knock out a StickMiner. Assuming the protocol is similar to the BE200 it wouldn't even take that long ;-)

-a[g


hi goodney mind telling us how many of the bfx2 stick miner you made ? hundreds ? thousands ?
not mean to mind in your business simply curious for the history of bitcoin mining.

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November 16, 2017, 11:26:34 PM
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bitfury detect (38:2) failed to initialise incorrect device?Huh
using macbook any help???


that usually happens if:
1. driver is not installed
2. not enough power per port

What hub are you using?

@goodney

Do you have new Stickminers in planning?
None of the current chips seem to be worth producing a StickMiner. They all use too much power for a useful hash rate. The closest I got was this BE200 based prototype @8GH/s. But it got way too hot, even with a huge heat sink.

If anyone knows of a chip coming soon that might be good for a stick miner, let me know!

-a[g



These bad boys are good:

https://www.eyeboot.com/gekkoscience-2pac-bitcoin-miner.html

They are using the 2 x BM1384 chip for a solid 15+GH

This one looks good as well
https://www.eyeboot.com/futurebit-moonlander2-litecoin-miner.html

Get a HUGE 3% discount with promo code: MOON @ Genesis Mining
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