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April 30, 2014, 12:37:06 AM
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Um in that pic a least one chipsink is very askew. AFAIK they are (should be) epoxied to the chips so odds are that chip has been partly torn loose and will most likely be shorting out... If lucky they used thermal tape vs epoxy. Is the chip(s) still square with the stenciled outline? Still firmly attached?

No.  The heatsinks are attached just by thermal tape.  One of the heat sinks fell off and it is clear that is is thermal tape.

 
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April 30, 2014, 12:41:22 AM
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Um in that pic a least one chipsink is very askew. AFAIK they are (should be) epoxied to the chips so odds are that chip has been partly torn loose and will most likely be shorting out... If lucky they used thermal tape vs epoxy. Is the chip(s) still square with the stenciled outline? Still firmly attached?

No.  The heatsinks are attached just by thermal tape.  One of the heat sinks fell off and it is clear that is is thermal tape.
Then at least the chips should be OK.

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April 30, 2014, 12:44:09 AM
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Um in that pic a least one chipsink is very askew. AFAIK they are (should be) epoxied to the chips so odds are that chip has been partly torn loose and will most likely be shorting out... If lucky they used thermal tape vs epoxy. Is the chip(s) still square with the stenciled outline? Still firmly attached?

No.  The heatsinks are attached just by thermal tape.  One of the heat sinks fell off and it is clear that is is thermal tape.
Then at least the chips should be OK.

I wonder if I should remove the chips and have them sent to technobit to assemble devices:

http://technobit.eu/index.php?id_product=67&controller=product&id_lang=1

 
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April 30, 2014, 12:48:54 AM
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Um in that pic a least one chipsink is very askew. AFAIK they are (should be) epoxied to the chips so odds are that chip has been partly torn loose and will most likely be shorting out... If lucky they used thermal tape vs epoxy. Is the chip(s) still square with the stenciled outline? Still firmly attached?

No.  The heatsinks are attached just by thermal tape.  One of the heat sinks fell off and it is clear that is is thermal tape.
Then at least the chips should be OK.

I wonder if I should remove the chips and have them sent to technobit to assemble devices:

http://technobit.eu/index.php?id_product=67&controller=product&id_lang=1
I'd certainly look into it and if possible, have THEM remove the chips from your boards just to minimize chance of you damaging the chips. Just unscrew the boards from the big heatsinks, give a twist to loosen the TC bond and remove them to save size/weight.

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April 30, 2014, 01:07:22 AM
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I don't have the miner anymore, FedEx keeps trying sent it to AMT but they have been closed for over a week. It doesn't look good guys. I am now in the process of putting leans on the business and anything they own or will ever try to sell I will be there to file. I have lots more planned. Stay tuned, my next play is social media. It's really going to get interesting at that point. I am an expert in social media and video production. Don't worry guys, it's my mission to get back all our money. A YouTube channel will do that and let the world know about these guys. He'll, I may even make a DVD for everyone to hand out. That is my next move, AMT what's yours?

I'm not to shabby with video production myslef.

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April 30, 2014, 01:22:11 AM
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Alternatively, there a bunch of chinese PCB manufacturers:

http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/4-layer-pcba-with-coincraft-a1_1823751397.html

http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Fr4-tg170-pcb-board-for-bitcoin_1833875799.html

http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/coincraft-A1-chips-28nm-1TH-bitcoin_1710912702.html

 
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April 30, 2014, 01:23:04 AM
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I don't have the miner anymore, FedEx keeps trying sent it to AMT but they have been closed for over a week. It doesn't look good guys. I am now in the process of putting leans on the business and anything they own or will ever try to sell I will be there to file. I have lots more planned. Stay tuned, my next play is social media. It's really going to get interesting at that point. I am an expert in social media and video production. Don't worry guys, it's my mission to get back all our money. A YouTube channel will do that and let the world know about these guys. Hell, I may even make a DVD for everyone to hand out. That's my next move, AMT what's yours?

Thanks!

 
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April 30, 2014, 01:26:14 AM
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Does it have a micro-usb on it? Stand alone Pi's get their power through that with the full size usb ports being for keyboard. V1 chips use 5v @750ma, v2 chips require 5v @1a. If it is attached to/part of the main board I'd assume it gets power from the board.

Mine do. They seem to be off the shelf Raspi's (I own one independent of this setup for another purpose). But yea it worked just fine with my KVM switch and powered by my USB.

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Does it have a micro-usb on it? Stand alone Pi's get their power through that with the full size usb ports being for keyboard. V1 chips use 5v @750ma, v2 chips require 5v @1a. If it is attached to/part of the main board I'd assume it gets power from the board.

Mine do. They seem to be off the shelf Raspi's (I own one independent of this setup for another purpose). But yea it worked just fine with my KVM switch and powered by my USB.

C'mon man!  Can't you tell me how your unit is hooked up?

These clowns from AMT don't even have the decency to send a customer instructions on how to assemble their kits.  Bunch of low-lifes!

It has been 3 weeks now since I got my machine and I have got ZERO technical support.

 
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Does it have a micro-usb on it? Stand alone Pi's get their power through that with the full size usb ports being for keyboard. V1 chips use 5v @750ma, v2 chips require 5v @1a. If it is attached to/part of the main board I'd assume it gets power from the board.

Mine do. They seem to be off the shelf Raspi's (I own one independent of this setup for another purpose). But yea it worked just fine with my KVM switch and powered by my USB.

C'mon man!  Can't you tell me how your unit is hooked up?

These clowns from AMT don't even have the decency to send a customer instructions on how to assemble their kits.  Bunch of low-lifes!

I'm taking some pics. didn't see you asked. Easy to follow with the pics. But honestly its a terribly simple setup. All the connections are keyed.

But to follow I have 2x Rosewill Hercules 1600W that are one of the 3 PSUs recommended by AMT (and they work)

Anyway I will post up some pics in a little while. Gonna work on the other miner I got and getting it going, I will post pics from that.

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I'm sure there are. But...
If it comes to doing something like that I'll ask our main customer in Taiwan about who to trust regarding Mainland companies. Our customer is one of the largest and most diversified chip assembly/integrators on the planet. Needless to say they have extensive contacts on the Mainland.

Hmm... Not sure of possible restrictions between BinMine.ch and Innotech but if Innotech's A1 chips (used in Dragons) can be exported outside of the Mainland...

Or, check with the Wasp Project here to see what they can do with the A1 chips.

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I'm sure there are. But...
If it comes to doing something like that I'll ask our main customer in Taiwan about who to trust regarding Mainland companies. Our customer is one of the largest and most diversified chip assembly/integrators on the planet. Needless to say they have extensive contacts on the Mainland.

I wonder if the defrauded customers can take over AMT and we could all build our own coincraft a1 units?

I'm sure there are still a lot of assets that we can control (i.e. coincraft a1 chips).

Folks....  let's figure out how to get receivership of AMT and take it all away from Zipkin and company.   

 
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April 30, 2014, 02:05:47 AM
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"WE" as customers cannot be granted receivership. I believe (not a lawyer) a court appoints that to a qualified and disinterested 3rd Party. Now possibly if some sharp folks - with mucho backing - applied to the court fto be considered for the role, maybe.

Even if only for the general health of the mining rig business I still hope AMT can find a way to recover from this mess caused by pre-orders for equipment that has not even been ran as prototypes before announcing them to the world.

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April 30, 2014, 02:11:40 AM
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I need a wiring diagram for this!

I got the Rhasp Pi hooked up to the GPIO cable and the power supply.

I got the board hooked up to a PCI-E power connector.

I got the backplane hooked up a floppy disk power connector.

What else do I need hooked up?  How does the Raspberry Pi turn on?  I don't see any switches.  There is a red light that comes on.  

Anyone can help here.

AMT you are the worse supplier ever... can't even help a customer out.

micro usb is there but i dont think its powerful enough. im not using it anyway

floppy connector
pcie 6 pins in cards
2 fans in pi in the loose pins not socket
24pin mobo connecter in pi
plug in a hdmi cable into the pi then turn on tv to hdmi channel then turn pi on. ul get a rasberry logo and your in business

log in with user as root
pass as amt
type killall cgminer
then ifconfig youl see an ip in the first few lines 192.168.1.xxx thats pi ip.
take note of it
go on pc typ thee ip into firefox or chrome not i.e
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admin
and then click cg miner
add pool details to all 3
click save and start
then home
done.

 all cards should mine and show in r/h side.
if not go back into the pi. type killall cgmine then
cgminer -DT this will show card specs your looking at the bottom for it to say found x chips xxx active cores.
if familiar with putty use that its easier because you can scroll each card. your looking for 8 chips 256 active cores.

fk it iv been saying for a week il do vid/tut tomorrow and never do. so i will make one. i expect 1million btc in donations :-p

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April 30, 2014, 02:14:06 AM
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"WE" as customers cannot be granted receivership. I believe (not a lawyer) a court appoints that to a qualified and disinterested 3rd Party. Now possibly if some sharp folks - with mucho backing - applied to the court fto be considered for the role, maybe.

Right. That would fall under a third party assigned by the court. Besides would you really want to inherit the issues that come with this? You  also inherit the problems. Also it would require the qualifications to run this....that means management, accounting, technical experience that relates to this business. Among a bunch of other things. The hashfast thing is something that hasn't materialized yet and while it could....plus a process that takes a VERY long time and will mean a crazy amount of changes.

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"WE" as customers cannot be granted receivership. I believe (not a lawyer) a court appoints that to a qualified and disinterested 3rd Party. Now possibly if some sharp folks - with mucho backing - applied to the court fto be considered for the role, maybe.

Right. That would fall under a third party assigned by the court. Besides would you really want to inherit the issues that come with this? You  also inherit the problems. Also it would require the qualifications to run this....that means management, accounting, technical experience that relates to this business. Among a bunch of other things. The hashfast thing is something that hasn't materialized yet and while it could....plus a process that takes a VERY long time and will mean a crazy amount of changes.

not to mention if you could make your own a1 rigs wouldnt you buy coincraft direct? not resorting to buy something someone else made?

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April 30, 2014, 02:25:00 AM
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I need a wiring diagram for this!

I got the Rhasp Pi hooked up to the GPIO cable and the power supply.

I got the board hooked up to a PCI-E power connector.

I got the backplane hooked up a floppy disk power connector.

What else do I need hooked up?  How does the Raspberry Pi turn on?  I don't see any switches.  There is a red light that comes on.   

Anyone can help here.

AMT you are the worse supplier ever... can't even help a customer out.

No offense man but if you seriously needed a wiring diagram for this then this definitely was not for you. And in AMT's defense they did state clearly when they offered this that this was not meant for hardware beginners. Its still though a very straightforward setup. The linux internals on the other hand are another matter. It's fine if you want to learn BUT there is some risk involved in this as well. You cannot fully blame AMT on this point either. That said their design needs ALOT of work. BUT as this is a DIY kit its what we have to work with. This is the deep end of hardware I am comfortable swimming in.

You have to be honest with your technical ability to handle this. I have been helping some people on here via PM with no issues (and also reciving help in kind from some awesome members *you know who you are* but they do have some technical skills and I just am filling in the blanks. If you want the help you might want to be less demanding (like demanding a guide from people who are volunteering to help)

I am posting help and guides because I WANT TO not because I have to. I want to help but that is also requisite with asking polity and not like an entitled ass like when you said
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for the most part I let that slide but I gotta make that point clearly.  I get no benefit personally from helping out but I am doing it anyway. I say this to the occasional asshole who trolls me on my android work as well. It is my time to volunteer...if you feel you need this so badly then figure it out.
 You want help then it helps to not act like an entitled asshole to people who are volunteering their time to help /rant over

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April 30, 2014, 02:26:39 AM
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not to mention if you could make your own a1 rigs wouldnt you buy coincraft direct? not resorting to buy something someone else made?
When the A1's came out, aside from hard-core hobbyists that was not an option. Now it is.
Personally, I'm sticking with my hungry S1's for now... Last I saw yesterday was just under $400 now.

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April 30, 2014, 02:47:24 AM
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I am not sure if the A1 is the only game in town. What does spondoolies use? Bitcoin.ch might give you the board print out if you buy enough chips. I would suggest going on your own. I can help you if you need to know anything about importing or doing business in China. I would wait a bit til the prices drop and the hash gets faster, but its good to get a head start. Remember this, do not build a business, build a brand.

+1 to this. spondoolies uses their own ASIC design not A1. They are manufacturer/supplier. They just source the chips to the foundries.

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April 30, 2014, 03:02:21 AM
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I am not sure if the A1 is the only game in town. What does spondoolies use? Bitcoin.ch might give you the board print out if you buy enough chips. I would suggest going on your own. I can help you if you need to know anything about importing or doing business in China. I would wait a bit til the prices drop and the hash gets faster, but its good to get a head start. Remember this, do not build a business, build a brand.
The A1 is not the only game. Avalon has a new one and there are several others also. Bitfury (eg Ant's) has improved their line as well.

Und - how the hell do ya post an image here???

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