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May 17, 2014, 05:13:57 AM
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ASICPuppy.net In Stock Miners!
All orders ship within 24 hours, Mon-Saturday.
Purchase Online: ASICPuppy.net

In Stock:
Gekkoscience Compac
ATX Breakout Boards from Rockminer
Raspberry Pi B and B+ with custom build of Minera
A10 Cubie with custom build of Minera








Please contact me if you are interested in local pickup (Dallas).

I'm also open to buyers printing their own shipping labels. If you print your own label, you are responsible for insurance and any damages incurred from not insuring the delivery.

Units are in stock with a limited quantity available. First come, first serve.

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May 17, 2014, 05:15:13 AM
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R1 Custom Firmware available!

As promised, I am releasing my customized firmware to the community. Please note that although I refer to this package as custom firmware, it is really just a patch file. If you reset your R1 to factory defaults, you will lose the customizations. In which case, you would just need to re-apply the patch.

Changelog for release 0.95:
- Opened up port 4029 for API access to cgminer-u3 instance
- Max frequency for U3 increased to 250M
- Max fequency for R1 increased to 250M (I have not personally tested freq past 125. Use at your own risk!)


Firmware Enhancements
- U3 zombie handling(Scripted auto-cgminer restarts and R1 reboot if necessary)
- Supports modifying R1 pools from UI, without losing the ability to use Bitmain's solo pool for R1.
- Detailed R1 stats page, including pool statistics
- Supports modifying R1 freq and voltage from UI
- U3 freq selection increased to 250M
- Cgminer-U3 API open for monitoring with 3rd party tools

WARNING: These customizations provide the ability to push your R1 beyond its intended limits. Because of this, it will likely void your warranty with Bitmain. Additionally, I provide this patch with no official support, and take no responsibility for any damage done to your R1 device or its surroundings. Use at your own risk! By downloading and applying this patch, the user is accepting these conditions.

Download Below
R1CGCustomFW_0.95_2015-12-28.tar.gz

Upgrade instructions
To upgrade your firmware, go to "Backup / Flash Firmware" under the "System" tab
- Click on the "Chose File" button to the right of "Restore Backup:" (NOTE: Do not mistake this with the "Chose File" button under Flash new firmware. - This is not a full binary firmware file)
- Choose "R1CGCustomFW_0.95_2015-12-28.tar.gz" from your PC and then click on the "Upload archive" button.

Your antrouter system will reboot and come back up with updated firmware!








Rockminer RBox Rev 2

Update 9/12/2014: Windows installation package now includes new cgminer build for Windows that supports the second gen R-Box and frequencies up to 350

Download Windows Installation Package
Package is available in English, French, Spanish, Chinese(HK) and Chinese(Traditional)


Rockminer Rbox Rev 1
Package Instructions for Running on Windows:
1) Download CGMiner installation msi for your corresponding language:
     - Download Windows Installation Package
2) Run installation Package
3) Run zadig_xp_2.1.0.exe from the dektop or start menu
4) Select your device in the top drop down (CP2102 USB to UART Bridge Controller) and select WinUSB in the bottom drop down
5) Click "Install Driver"
6) Close Zadig
7) Run "Start Cgminer" from desktop or start menu


BTCGarden AMV1X2

If you are purchasing a BTCGarden AMV1X2 miner without an RPi, please note that it will not come with an RPi data cable. Fortunately, it's very easy to make one from the extra daisy chain cable provided.


The RPi data cable and standard data cable are exactly the same, except for the location of 2 pins. To convert a standard data cable to an RPi data cable, remove the bottom right 2 pins, wrap them in electrical tape or heatshrink tubing, and connect to the RPi like so:





To remove the two pins, place a small point under the black tabs which hold the pins in. Lift up as you slide the pins out.




Rockminer RBox Rev 1
Update 6/4/2014: Windows installation package now includes new cgminer build for Windows that fixes freq setting
Download Windows Installation Package
Package is available in English, French, Spanish, Chinese(HK) and Chinese(Traditional)

Package Instructions for Running on Windows:
1) Download CGMiner installation msi for your corresponding language:
     - Download Windows Installation Package
2) Run installation Package
3) Run zadig_xp_2.1.0.exe from the dektop or start menu
4) Select your device in the top drop down (CP2102 USB to UART Bridge Controller) and select WinUSB in the bottom drop down
5) Click "Install Driver"
6) Close Zadig
7) Run "Start Cgminer" from desktop or start menu


Manual Instructions for Running on Windows:
1) Download "cgminer-win0.3.1.zip" from the following location:
     - https://github.com/rockminerinc/cgminer-for-R-BOX
2) Extract and plug in your r-box
3) Run zadig_xp_2.1.0.exe from the cgminer-win0.3.1 directory
4) Select your device in the top drop down (CP2102 USB to UART Bridge Controller) and select WinUSB in the bottom drop down
5) Click "Install Driver"
6) Close Zadig and open cgminer-win0.3.1\cg.cmd in notepad
7) If you want to mine with eligius, just change the bitcoin payout address.
8) Optionally, you can add "--anu-freq XXX" as a parameter for overclocking. Replace XXX with current valid clock values of 270-290

Instructions for Running on Linux:
1) Download cgminer 4.3.3 from git or other repository
2) Replace cgminer.c, driver-Icarus.c and miner.h with files from this location:
     - https://github.com/rockminerinc/cgminer-for-R-BOX
3) Compile and run cgminer
4) Optionally, you can add "--anu-freq XXX" as a parameter for overclocking. Replace XXX with current valid clock values of 270-290

Rockminer Provided Image For Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi Image
RPi Image Handbook


How to add dhcp and wifi compatibility to your raspberry pi image (Tested with $9 edimax wifi adapter):

1) Plug in Ethernet cord and SSH into your raspberry pi

2) Run the following command to open the network interface config in nano (or use vim if you are a bit nerdier)
      
Code:
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces

3) Modify the contents of the file as follows(ctrl-x then Y to save):

Code:
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet dhcp

auto wlan0
allow-hotplug wlan0
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
wpa-ssid "YOUR_WIFI_SSID_HERE"
wpa-psk "YOUR_WIFI_WPA_PASSWORD_HERE"

4) Power off your pi
      
Code:
sudo poweroff

5) Remove ethernet cord

6) Start Raspberry pi and use your router config or an application like angryip to scan for the RPi's new address.

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May 17, 2014, 01:25:56 PM
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Can you mine Scrypt coins with these units?
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May 17, 2014, 01:38:58 PM
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extremly overpriced
for example Bitmain Antminer S1 180GH - around 200USD, it is 1,11USD/1GHash (and free delivery)
this miner, let say 35GH - 89USD, it is 2,54USD/1GHash (and no free delivery)
2.5 times worse...
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May 17, 2014, 01:48:37 PM
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Can you mine Scrypt coins with these units?
This is SHA256 only.

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May 17, 2014, 02:04:15 PM
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extremly overpriced
for example Bitmain Antminer S1 180GH - around 200USD, it is 1,11USD/1GHash (and free delivery)
this miner, let say 35GH - 89USD, it is 2,54USD/1GHash (and no free delivery)
2.5 times worse...

I'd like to keep the thread open for questions about the device only please. When purchasing a miner, you should consider a few things like PSU cost ($100-$150 for ANTMiner,), noise (near silent with r-box) and watts/gh (R-BOX is 1.2 w/gh on high clock as tested with the demo unit).

With that said, please understand that we are bordering the manufacturing cost to actually build a device. This product is geared towards those not interested in running a bunch of noisy machines around their house. My sale is targeted at resellers as well, with discounts for bulk purchases.

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May 17, 2014, 02:09:24 PM
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so thats what they do now with the scrap gridseed heatsinks Grin
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May 17, 2014, 02:19:33 PM
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so thats what they do now with the scrap gridseed heatsinks Grin
Hope that these heatsink will not be dirty/rusty as almost all in last Gridseed shipment.
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May 17, 2014, 02:21:31 PM
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It's a step down from the old USB sticks.  In the old USB sticks, you just need a USB port with sufficient power.  Now one has to find USB cable plus power supply cable for this to work, plus needing a host computer.
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May 17, 2014, 02:46:50 PM
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Each unit will come with a barrel connector, which you can modify to connect to a standard PSU. Alternatively, you can buy a 12v 5a adapter off of ebay or Amazon.

Here's a guy selling them for just under $7
60w Power brick

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May 17, 2014, 06:04:14 PM
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Do these things put out comparable heat to the cubes? Are they scorching hot to the touch when running?
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May 17, 2014, 06:14:53 PM
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Do these things put out comparable heat to the cubes? Are they scorching hot to the touch when running?
40w vs 400w+ on the cube, so not even close.
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Do these things put out comparable heat to the cubes? Are they scorching hot to the touch when running?
Not at all. The photo of the unit in my hand is while it is running. I'd say the heatsink is lukewarm to the touch.

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For scale:


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May 17, 2014, 11:27:30 PM
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Each unit will come with a barrel connector, which you can modify to connect to a standard PSU. Alternatively, you can buy a 12v 5a adapter off of ebay or Amazon.

Here's a guy selling them for just under $7
60w Power brick
or just recycle psus or adapters from your now obsolete gridseeds
i think they made them “pin compatible“ for purpose Wink
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May 19, 2014, 10:35:00 PM
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The screen-shot above suggest that cgminer just "recognized" this device as an "AMU".
I would swear that was the identifier used for the original Asic Miner USB sticks. Is this
cgminer software any "special" for support of this, or did it "just work".

The screen-shot would suggest that it looks to the software like a "100x speed"
USB stick. Is that more or less correct?
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The screen-shot above suggest that cgminer just "recognized" this device as an "AMU".
I would swear that was the identifier used for the original Asic Miner USB sticks. Is this
cgminer software any "special" for support of this, or did it "just work".

The screen-shot would suggest that it looks to the software like a "100x speed"
USB stick. Is that more or less correct?


Custom build of cgminer. I'm told the changes will be available for merge shortly.

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May 20, 2014, 02:27:03 AM
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The screen-shot above suggest that cgminer just "recognized" this device as an "AMU".
I would swear that was the identifier used for the original Asic Miner USB sticks. Is this
cgminer software any "special" for support of this, or did it "just work".

The screen-shot would suggest that it looks to the software like a "100x speed"
USB stick. Is that more or less correct?


Custom build of cgminer. I'm told the changes will be available for merge shortly.

Rockxie said that the price will be adjusted in the next few weeks.  Any idea if the price on your end will change as well?

Also, if it is a custom build of cgminer, can it be downloaded from somewhere to use a r-pi as a proxy like a cube?
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The screen-shot above suggest that cgminer just "recognized" this device as an "AMU".
I would swear that was the identifier used for the original Asic Miner USB sticks. Is this
cgminer software any "special" for support of this, or did it "just work".

The screen-shot would suggest that it looks to the software like a "100x speed"
USB stick. Is that more or less correct?


Custom build of cgminer. I'm told the changes will be available for merge shortly.

Rockxie said that the price will be adjusted in the next few weeks.  Any idea if the price on your end will change as well?

Also, if it is a custom build of cgminer, can it be downloaded from somewhere to use a r-pi as a proxy like a cube?

I'm assuming you are referencing his May 11th post. At that time he was quoting me a $99 retail price, and the drop was to $89. I don't really think they can go much lower due to manufacturing costs. Regardless, I'll be following his pricing scheme.

Once RockMiner's custom code is published, cgminer devs should review and hopefully merge into to the main branch. Until then, you'll be able to pull the fork and build on the platform of your choice.

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CrazyGuy,


can you send worldwide ?

or to be more specific, can you send to Brazil ? 

if yes, how much is the shipping ?



Thank you.

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