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March 23, 2014, 01:46:57 AM
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06/20/2014 UPDATE

NF2 is now completely sold out.

BUT!- the Nano Fury 6 is now available in the webstore.  We will not have a big thread on the product here so look at the webstore for details.  There are very limited number available.

But check it out - very cool miner.  We give you an additional heatsink for the front, which is flat, if you really want to overclock it.

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    5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
    by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
    Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


    5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
    by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
    Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


    Specs and Info:

    • LOWEST PRICED 5 Gh/s USB MINER AVAILABLE
    • NOT a Pre-Order -- In stock for immediate shipment
    • Each miner contains TWO Bitfury (Rev.1) ASIC Chips
    • Super Easy Install - No additional drivers needed for most computers
    • Requires this version of BfgMiner: http://luke.dashjr.org/tmp/code/webisect/webisect.php?dobuild=bfgminer
    • Overclockable - speed of 4.7-5.4 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce with increased speed.  3.7-4.1 Gh/s requires 1A(amp), which is slightly more than USB 3.0 standard of .9A
    • 5 Gh/s speed needs 1.5-1.8A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
    • Miners can exceed 5 Gh/s but have NOT been tested above BfgMiner oscillator settings of 55 bits.  Running at higher speeds may damage the miner and will void the 30 day warranty.
    • Light to medium air circulation required for speeds over 3.7-4.1 Gh/s.  USB fans work very well.

    NEW!  Info on MAC OS support thanks to Nate Woolls.  http://blog.nwoolls.com/2014/04/10/bitcoin-mining-on-mac-os-x-nanofury-2-asics/



    Full Image Gallery at http://imgur.com/a/WKycW#0


       


         Pricing:
      Can vary with changing exchange rates.
          
      • 1-9 Units  - $39.00
             [PRICE DROP]
          
      • 10-24 Units - $39.00
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      • 25+ Units - $30.00
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      How soon can I get them?        **Ships in 1 Business Day or Less**
       FREE USA Domestic USPS First Class shipping is included.
       USA Domestic FedEx Standard Overnight (where available) is $36 for up to 25 miners.
       
       Promise it will work?:
       All miners are tested twice before they are shipped.  Once by the Developer himself, then again by Moonlight Miner.
       We have a 30 day replacement warranty for each device.  No refunds.  
       Warranty void if overclocked above 55 bits or used without some form of air movement/fan.
        

      Who's the Brains behind this?
       Nano Fury is an open source design developed by Bitcointalk.org forum member "vs3."  We encourage BTC donations for the developer at 1AHvViTD5wohPywNYHi8NZ8uPhbY9dZXCY.
       Details of the design, files and questions for the developer can be found at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

      How do I buy these?
      EDIT - Webstore is now up.  Go to:

      http://www.moonlightminer.com

      What if I need help?

      Info Sheet and Start-up Instructions

      We have not tested many hubs conclusively at this point but believe amp capacity to be the only limiting factor.  You can use USB 2.0 or 3.0 hubs.  3.0's typically have greater capacity.  Please refer to this comprehensive list of hubs that been tested: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

      The original Nano Fury Open Source thread offers quality community support at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

      If you are unable to have your question answered through these resources contact Moonlight Miner Support support@moonlightminer.com

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      March 23, 2014, 02:11:55 AM
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      March 24, 2014, 05:51:54 AM
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      There was also a lot of good info in the draft document that was part of the pre-release info (see this post)

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      March 24, 2014, 06:53:46 PM
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      Fun to overclock, video to follow later this week!

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      March 24, 2014, 07:54:06 PM
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      EDIT - I replaced the screen shot with a run that was free from hub issues.  That particular hub could not run efficiently with 4 miners and the miners themselves were not tuned individually.
      This shot now shows miners I pulled randomly out of a box, tuned each one and let run overnight.  Let us know if you have any questions.
      I am also testing these on ASICMINER's 49 port hub to see what we can get out of that.  Should be interesting.
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      March 25, 2014, 01:02:19 AM
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      Having fun goofing with a 49 port ASICMINER hub.  Got them up to 52 bits but afraid to go any higher.
      Will reset the display and see what it looks like tomorrow.  Might try to break 80 though first.  Shocked Shocked

      EDIT: Got to 84 Gh/s.

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      March 25, 2014, 03:11:11 AM
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      Updated OP with price drop.  Check it out.  We want to move some miners!
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      March 27, 2014, 05:33:14 AM
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      Bump  Grin
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      March 28, 2014, 04:35:37 AM
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      WebStore is now open for all:

      http://moonlightminer.com/

      Visa, PayPal, Amex are up.  Bitcoin is not working yet.  Tomorrow morning probably.
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      March 29, 2014, 12:06:11 AM
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      Having fun goofing with a 49 port ASICMINER hub.  Got them up to 52 bits but afraid to go any higher.
      Will reset the display and see what it looks like tomorrow.  Might try to break 80 though first.  Shocked Shocked

      EDIT: Got to 84 Gh/s.

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      Overclockable - speed of 4.7-5.4 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce with increased speed.  3.7-4.1 Gh/s requires 1A(amp), which is slightly more than USB 3.0 standard of .9A
      5 Gh/s speed needs 1.5-1.8A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
      So what's the best method if one wants to populate 49 port hub with these.
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      March 29, 2014, 12:50:48 AM
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      Interested in a few...

      What hubs are you using in the pictures? and how many can it run? Looks like the best option for these huge USB miners...

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      March 29, 2014, 01:14:12 AM
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      49 port hub - I staggered 18 across the holes.  When I try to put in the 19th it installs with an error.  So I'm not sure if that is because the USB port on the pc is maxed or the hub is.  I am thinking the pc.


      I have used an old Anchor hub and a Juiced hub, but any powered hub will work.  The more amps, the more you can run at greater speeds.  They will run on 2.0 hubs, but if you are acquiring new I recommend the 3.0 hubs since they typically have more power.
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      March 29, 2014, 01:56:52 AM
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      49 port hub - I staggered 18 across the holes.  When I try to put in the 19th it installs with an error.  So I'm not sure if that is because the USB port on the pc is maxed or the hub is.  I am thinking the pc.


      I have used an old Anchor hub and a Juiced hub, but any powered hub will work.  The more amps, the more you can run at greater speeds.  They will run on 2.0 hubs, but if you are acquiring new I recommend the 3.0 hubs since they typically have more power.

      Will look up those hubs... Running RaspberryPi so USB is out of the question (I enjoyed my Anker 9-port USB3.0 while I was mining with a laptop before though)...

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      March 29, 2014, 02:08:49 AM
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      49 port hub - I staggered 18 across the holes.  When I try to put in the 19th it installs with an error.  So I'm not sure if that is because the USB port on the pc is maxed or the hub is.  I am thinking the pc.


      I have used an old Anchor hub and a Juiced hub, but any powered hub will work.  The more amps, the more you can run at greater speeds.  They will run on 2.0 hubs, but if you are acquiring new I recommend the 3.0 hubs since they typically have more power.

      Will look up those hubs... Running RaspberryPi so USB is out of the question (I enjoyed my Anker 9-port USB3.0 while I was mining with a laptop before though)...

      You might be able to salvage the RasPI option - there are plenty of (powered!) USB2 hubs that can do the job.

      Swimmer63 already posted a link to the thread reviewing the various hubs - I highly recommend browsing through it.

      For example - here is my latest note there with some observations about a good (USB2) hub and a not so good one: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.msg5717301#msg5717301

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      March 29, 2014, 03:32:48 AM
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      This new hub from Dipo Electron can take up to 49 because it is powered by ATX PSU and has 40A:

      https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=528371

      Of course there is COM port limitation so make sure you use regedit to clear all your COM ports first  Cheesy

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      March 29, 2014, 04:03:05 AM
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      I will be placing an order for this new 49 port hub tomorrow.
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      March 29, 2014, 04:30:26 AM
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      I have 3 of klintay's 19 port hubs ,

       I can run 16x   1 chip nano ice furies on each of  them at  freq  54 .


        I get about 2.5-2.6 a stick.   I am philipma1957's second account

      I don't have access to it on this pc.



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      March 29, 2014, 04:42:00 AM
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      This new hub from Dipo Electron can take up to 49 because it is powered by ATX PSU and has 40A:

      https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=528371

      Of course there is COM port limitation so make sure you use regedit to clear all your COM ports first  Cheesy

      klintay - that does look nice!


      Oh - and by the way - NO COMM PORTS to worry about - NanoFury does not use serial/COM ports at all ;-)

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      March 29, 2014, 04:47:29 AM
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      I have 3 of klintay's 19 port hubs ,

       I can run 16x   1 chip nano ice furies on each of  them at  freq  54 .


        I get about 2.5-2.6 a stick.   I am philipma1957's second account

      I don't have access to it on this pc.




      Back to my other pc.  nano fury run great and I hope the new hub can run a lot of them

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      March 29, 2014, 05:19:59 AM
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      I have 3 of klintay's 19 port hubs ,

       I can run 16x   1 chip nano ice furies on each of  them at  freq  54 .


        I get about 2.5-2.6 a stick.   I am philipma1957's second account

      I don't have access to it on this pc.




      Back to my other pc.  nano fury run great and I hope the new hub can run a lot of them

      From personal experience I know you can populate all ports with NF1 and they will be stable.

      Message me if you have any problems
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