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March 29, 2014, 08:44:50 PM
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I can't seem to find a thread regarding this anywhere.  Just people mentioning it here and there. Perhaps all miner who are using it could share some info.

I'm using firmware 1.2.7

I can't seem to understand what are the updates are really updating so that I could keep and eye on things!!  Hashra is rolling updates for their firmware but with no info!!

I've also noticed that at 850Mhz, I'm getting hardware errors on one set of 10 gridseeds, much less on the other set of 10!!

Anyone could share some thoughts?

I've also tried to mine in both scrypt and SHA, but for some reason, it goes offline Sad  NOT very stable yet.  Has anyone tried it yet?

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April 07, 2014, 04:48:46 PM
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Hashra controla 1.3 and 1.3.3 are still not stable.  @ 850Mhz, I'm still getting hardware errors!!

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April 07, 2014, 05:19:37 PM
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I'm running the latest firmware which allows you to manually change when or if it auto restarts.  I ran over the weekend for about 36 hours straight mining at coinshift and had 25 HW errors on one set of 10 miners and 32 on the other set of 10.

I really wish I could individually set frequency per miner.  I've been contemplating buying a TP controller and trying the lightning asic firmware because they include that feature AND failover control.
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April 07, 2014, 05:38:44 PM
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I'm running the latest firmware which allows you to manually change when or if it auto restarts.  I ran over the weekend for about 36 hours straight mining at coinshift and had 25 HW errors on one set of 10 miners and 32 on the other set of 10.

I really wish I could individually set frequency per miner.  I've been contemplating buying a TP controller and trying the lightning asic firmware because they include that feature AND failover control.

Where you running @850Mhz or 800 ??

How do you find coinshift so far?

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April 07, 2014, 06:59:31 PM
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I've been running at 850. So far coinshift has been pretty good to me. Rejects are higher than I'd like, but I'm not sure if it's the pool, hashra's controlla, or the asics themselves.
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April 10, 2014, 02:59:39 AM
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I've been running at 850. So far coinshift has been pretty good to me. Rejects are higher than I'd like, but I'm not sure if it's the pool, hashra's controlla, or the asics themselves.

On one set of 10 my rejects are over 8% on coinshift. The other 10 are less than 2% !!  I also don't know what I can do to lower the rejects.  But from trying them on other pools such as dogehouse, p2p, they have also higher than normal rejects compared to gpus.

Simon says the bfgminer wasn't intended for the gridseeds.  And he said that they will be releasing a whole new image to try to make it more stable and better.

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April 10, 2014, 04:36:41 AM
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That's good news. Do you know if they will add any other new features? I'd like fail over support and the ability to individually over clock. For fun, I bumped the speed up to 900. Some seemed to run fine with no rejects. Others couldn't handle it and had nothing but rejects.
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April 10, 2014, 04:57:33 AM
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He didn't really give me much info.  He apologized for that, but said that there will be a new image in the works that should be coming out soon.  I also bumped up the speed to 900 to see what happens.  But on a p2pool.  The rejects got less, but hardware errors were pilling up quick.

I still get hardware errors even at 850. But few.

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April 10, 2014, 05:16:35 AM
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What is your average reject rate? I seem to hover around 5-7% at coinshift.
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April 10, 2014, 05:54:49 AM
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same here for coinshift.

but on p2p, I'm still having a hard time getting it down below 10-15%

I see some miners with 9Mh/s ++ with almost no rejection or doa and I have not idea how they do it.

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April 10, 2014, 12:39:57 PM
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Prolly being biased, but you guys should switch to Lightningasic firmware, we now have an auto-overclocking feature that will overclock each individual chip (5 chips per Gridseed miner). Also the reject rate is close to 0, I've been getting 99.91% accepted running over 24 hours at Ghash.io.

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April 10, 2014, 05:02:03 PM
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Prolly being biased, but you guys should switch to Lightningasic firmware, we now have an auto-overclocking feature that will overclock each individual chip (5 chips per Gridseed miner). Also the reject rate is close to 0, I've been getting 99.91% accepted running over 24 hours at Ghash.io.

Do you have an image for Raspberry Pi yet?  I've seriously considered it, but I have no intentions of buying a TP controller.
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April 10, 2014, 05:06:13 PM
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Prolly being biased, but you guys should switch to Lightningasic firmware, we now have an auto-overclocking feature that will overclock each individual chip (5 chips per Gridseed miner). Also the reject rate is close to 0, I've been getting 99.91% accepted running over 24 hours at Ghash.io.

Do you have an image for Raspberry Pi yet?  I've seriously considered it, but I have no intentions of buying a TP controller.

No intentions of porting to Rpi.

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April 10, 2014, 05:30:42 PM
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Prolly being biased, but you guys should switch to Lightningasic firmware, we now have an auto-overclocking feature that will overclock each individual chip (5 chips per Gridseed miner). Also the reject rate is close to 0, I've been getting 99.91% accepted running over 24 hours at Ghash.io.

I read your posts in the other threads about this.  I know you seem to be promoting it for some reason or another.  If it does individual chip overclocking, that's a good and neat feature.  I have that with my knc jupiter.  It's definitely a good feature.  But for now, I will stick with Hashra conrola until they fix things up. Simply because I'm not so good at doing thing like that.

I've tried to install scripta and failed. Will need to try again and probably will take me hours.

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