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August 13, 2014, 08:59:57 PM
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If this is still going on, Put me down. I'm interested in 1 or 2 depending on price. Thanks.

Bitmadrid hasn't been active on this forum since July 24th, and this was never an organized group buy in my mind. Sponds are selling SP30s for September delivery at a reasonable price.

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August 14, 2014, 04:42:15 AM
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Are you sure about this:

Effective Hash Rate:   6 TH/s ± 10%

On the official website, SP30 it is described with only 4.5 TH/s ...

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August 15, 2014, 07:11:53 PM
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Spondoolies-Tech has discontinued sales of the September batch of SP30s because the chips they received from TSMC are under performing and do not reach the advertised 6TH/s speeds.  Spondoolies-Tech has stated this in their thread in the hardware forums, and are offering compensation for people who have placed orders.  They have not yet provided details on the exact cause, or released the updated specs for the SP30.  They have, however, stated that the October batch will indeed perform up to spec.  That is speculation on their part, assuming TSMC will fix the production issue and supply them with proper chips.

In any case, at this point there is no further sales of a September batch of SP30.  Until Spondoolies-Tech makes the announcement in their thread, and updates their website with new specs and pricing, this group buy is not going anywhere.


Ah, so thats what happen. I was getting ready to place an order few weeks ago and im glad that i have not now

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August 15, 2014, 10:52:45 PM
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Spondoolies-Tech has discontinued sales of the September batch of SP30s because the chips they received from TSMC are under performing and do not reach the advertised 6TH/s speeds.  Spondoolies-Tech has stated this in their thread in the hardware forums, and are offering compensation for people who have placed orders.  They have not yet provided details on the exact cause, or released the updated specs for the SP30.  They have, however, stated that the October batch will indeed perform up to spec.  That is speculation on their part, assuming TSMC will fix the production issue and supply them with proper chips.

In any case, at this point there is no further sales of a September batch of SP30.  Until Spondoolies-Tech makes the announcement in their thread, and updates their website with new specs and pricing, this group buy is not going anywhere.


Ah, so thats what happen. I was getting ready to place an order few weeks ago and im glad that i have not now

Uh.. the September batch are still for sale, and Spondoolies updated their website with the new specs (4.5TH) and new price $3895 weeks ago.

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Spondoolies-Tech has discontinued sales of the September batch of SP30s because the chips they received from TSMC are under performing and do not reach the advertised 6TH/s speeds.  Spondoolies-Tech has stated this in their thread in the hardware forums, and are offering compensation for people who have placed orders.  They have not yet provided details on the exact cause, or released the updated specs for the SP30.  They have, however, stated that the October batch will indeed perform up to spec.  That is speculation on their part, assuming TSMC will fix the production issue and supply them with proper chips.

In any case, at this point there is no further sales of a September batch of SP30.  Until Spondoolies-Tech makes the announcement in their thread, and updates their website with new specs and pricing, this group buy is not going anywhere.


Ah, so thats what happen. I was getting ready to place an order few weeks ago and im glad that i have not now

Uh.. the September batch are still for sale, and Spondoolies updated their website with the new specs (4.5TH) and new price $3895 weeks ago.

September batch are now out of stock. http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp30-yukon-september-batch-2 . This group buy should be closed
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August 21, 2014, 06:34:48 PM
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I ordered SP31 $3920 plus $300 shipped.   I have 2 dedicated 110v 20 amp, going to convert them to 220 40amp to run that puppy.



I ordered :  2 PDU 15amp cables and

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August 21, 2014, 06:44:04 PM
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I ordered SP31 $3920 plus $300 shipped.   I have 2 dedicated 110v 20 amp, going to convert them to 220 40amp to run that puppy.



I ordered :  2 PDU 15amp cables and

122648-001 Compaq 220/ 240V Power Distribution Unit- High Voltage PDU




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August 22, 2014, 06:41:22 AM
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Hi guys,
would some veteran member here care about setting up group buy for October SP31 Yukon (B1) - $3,920.00/miner @3kW ? I guess we might be able to get a better price per miner for late October than 4K ... What do you say?  Would there be any interest in GB ?
Thanks in advance.
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August 22, 2014, 08:38:55 AM
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Hi guys,
would some veteran member here care about setting up group buy for October SP31 Yukon (B1) - $3,920.00/miner @3kW ? I guess we might be able to get a better price per miner for late October than 4K ... What do you say?  Would there be any interest in GB ?
Thanks in advance.


well imho I don't think spondoolies is interested in such any longer...they are selling out at the price point they have now and this GB went no place
so it is unlikely imho that you could get one through)

welcome to try of course..but have not heard of even an acknowledgment form spondoolies this would even be considered

also found out the last group buy of 396 by roadstress....was really less then 200 cause of people not paying and a large 185 pulled order
we'd have  a heck of time getting even 200 units imho...that also may be why silence on this from spondoolies on their main thread..just an't
worth the hassle if they sell out each 1/2 month batch in less then 10 business days or so

anyway my 2c worth just saying...they probably don't need the market share anymore to prove their 'chops' to the world

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August 22, 2014, 10:47:53 PM
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I ordered 2 September Batch 1s for about $10,000 total.  But I'm getting confused with batch 2 being 4.5TH when batch one was advertised as 6.0

I've emailed Spondoolies but like others I've not had any reply yet.  Anyone know what's going on?  Are the batch ones really 4.5TH and not 6TH as advertised before?  What happened to the product page of the sold out batch 1 units? 

And if they're not going to provide what was promised, how do I proceed to get a refund?
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I ordered 2 September Batch 1s for about $10,000 total.  But I'm getting confused with batch 2 being 4.5TH when batch one was advertised as 6.0

I've emailed Spondoolies but like others I've not had any reply yet.  Anyone know what's going on?  Are the batch ones really 4.5TH and not 6TH as advertised before?  What happened to the product page of the sold out batch 1 units?  

And if they're not going to provide what was promised, how do I proceed to get a refund?

The current delivery: SP30 (main thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.6180) is at 4.5TH. They have opened orders for the next revision: SP31 (october batch) at 5.5TH.
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August 23, 2014, 01:32:43 AM
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I ordered 2 September Batch 1s for about $10,000 total.  But I'm getting confused with batch 2 being 4.5TH when batch one was advertised as 6.0

I've emailed Spondoolies but like others I've not had any reply yet.  Anyone know what's going on?  Are the batch ones really 4.5TH and not 6TH as advertised before?  What happened to the product page of the sold out batch 1 units?  

And if they're not going to provide what was promised, how do I proceed to get a refund?

The current delivery: SP30 (main thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.6180) is at 4.5TH. They have opened orders for the next revision: SP31 (october batch) at 5.5TH.


I know what they say on the site now, but before they had the SP30s at 6TH which is what I paid for at about $5,000 each.

I'm wondering if they still plan on delivering on that and why I've not been contacted about the progress or why they took the Batch 1 down for September.
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August 23, 2014, 03:37:09 AM
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I ordered 2 September Batch 1s for about $10,000 total.  But I'm getting confused with batch 2 being 4.5TH when batch one was advertised as 6.0

I've emailed Spondoolies but like others I've not had any reply yet.  Anyone know what's going on?  Are the batch ones really 4.5TH and not 6TH as advertised before?  What happened to the product page of the sold out batch 1 units?  

And if they're not going to provide what was promised, how do I proceed to get a refund?

The current delivery: SP30 (main thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=521520.6180) is at 4.5TH. They have opened orders for the next revision: SP31 (october batch) at 5.5TH.


I know what they say on the site now, but before they had the SP30s at 6TH which is what I paid for at about $5,000 each.

I'm wondering if they still plan on delivering on that and why I've not been contacted about the progress or why they took the Batch 1 down for September.

They are delivering compensation in lieu of not hitting the numbers. Contact sales@spondoolies-tech.com and ask them about it. I ordered for August GB still waiting for compensation notice and delivery. I estimated my deliver dates to fall between 20th ~ 25th of August. If you get no response in 48 hours send them another email as they are swamped with emails.

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August 24, 2014, 10:14:15 PM
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Hi guys,
would some veteran member here care about setting up group buy for October SP31 Yukon (B1) - $3,920.00/miner @3kW ? I guess we might be able to get a better price per miner for late October than 4K ... What do you say?  Would there be any interest in GB ?
Thanks in advance.


The only people that will benefit from paying retail price for an SP31 are the ones that get free electricity and are adding to their already large hashing power paying for the rig from already minted coins. If you are paying out of pocket and just starting, you probably won't break even or just barely. You'll need to stay ahead of the curve, which is almost impossible since hardware is expensive and manufacturers have everyone by the balls.


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August 25, 2014, 09:48:27 AM
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Hi guys,
would some veteran member here care about setting up group buy for October SP31 Yukon (B1) - $3,920.00/miner @3kW ? I guess we might be able to get a better price per miner for late October than 4K ... What do you say?  Would there be any interest in GB ?
Thanks in advance.


The only people that will benefit from paying retail price for an SP31 are the ones that get free electricity and are adding to their already large hashing power paying for the rig from already minted coins. If you are paying out of pocket and just starting, you probably won't break even or just barely. You'll need to stay ahead of the curve, which is almost impossible since hardware is expensive and manufacturers have everyone by the balls.



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