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February 26, 2012, 09:00:50 AM
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I like cgminer,once I figured out how to set it up Roll Eyes

Thanks guys!!!

Will it auto detect the FPGA miner,when I plug the usb in???

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February 26, 2012, 03:37:21 PM
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Another update!   Cheesy

The image below is cgminer with the single single at ~88 hours of up time.



I have tried to highlight the important parts of the screen for the uninformed. Starting from the top going left:

1) I am running cgminer 2.2.7
2) The single is averaging 810Mh/s
3) It's efficiency is 96%
4) It's submitted 59351 accepted shares
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February 26, 2012, 03:45:08 PM
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gigavps, I had in mind that screenshots worth nothing because they can't prove anything.

Turbor, do not shout at me. You are also in my potential scammers list now. Good luck. Cool

LOL, and with that comment you're now on my watch list.  Good LUCK!

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February 26, 2012, 05:01:16 PM
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gigavps, I had in mind that screenshots worth nothing because they can't prove anything.

Turbor, do not shout at me. You are also in my potential scammers list now. Good luck. Cool

LOL, and with that comment you're now on my watch list.  Good LUCK!

Uh oh.  Wink
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February 26, 2012, 05:02:09 PM
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Another update!   Cheesy

The image below is cgminer with the single single at ~88 hours of up time.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Ok0jdPO2VZQ/T0pQ1nZqSMI/AAAAAAAAA1Y/clhf9usftpU/s660/cgminer-88-hours.jpg

I have tried to highlight the important parts of the screen for the uninformed. Starting from the top going left:

1) I am running cgminer 2.2.7
2) The single is averaging 810Mh/s
3) It's efficiency is 96%
4) It's submitted 59351 accepted shares
And don't forget that mining elsewhere is certain to get better efficiency. GPUMAX always has much higher rejects, but that isn't a problem since they pay more.

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February 26, 2012, 05:10:13 PM
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GPUMAX always has much higher rejects, but that isn't a problem since they pay more.


Maybe that used to be the case.... but it isn't now.

My 300mh/s reject rate at GPUMAX ranges from 0.3 - 0.6%, lower than any pool i have mined at.

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February 26, 2012, 05:19:51 PM
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And don't forget that mining elsewhere is certain to get better efficiency. GPUMAX always has much higher rejects, but that isn't a problem since they pay more.

Gigas has 0.47% stale rate. That's not really bad !

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February 26, 2012, 05:22:00 PM
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And don't forget that mining elsewhere is certain to get better efficiency. GPUMAX always has much higher rejects, but that isn't a problem since they pay more.

Gigas has 0.47% stale rate. That's not really bad !
Hmm, maybe its my connection. I consistently get better numbers when I go direct to Slush's pool. Could be TWC having some retarded routing path.

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February 27, 2012, 01:45:02 AM
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I have not been following this all that closely but is there more than jut one of these in the wild? (not counting Inaba's)

I think the only ones reported are giga and Inaba. 
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February 27, 2012, 01:52:05 AM
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I have not been following this all that closely but is there more than jut one of these in the wild? (not counting Inaba's)

I think the only ones reported are giga and Inaba. 
Reportedly Luke-jr has his in hand as well.

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February 27, 2012, 01:57:54 AM
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I am slightly confused tho,  Fedex tracking info but the box showed Priority Mail from USPS.  Which was it?
Fedex doesn't give a shit what kind of boxes you use.

A little off topic, but now I don't get to see you (rjk) eat his GPU rigs

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February 27, 2012, 03:13:55 AM
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I am slightly confused tho,  Fedex tracking info but the box showed Priority Mail from USPS.  Which was it?
Fedex doesn't give a shit what kind of boxes you use.

A little off topic, but now I don't get to see you (rjk) eat his GPU rigs
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=53530.msg763484#msg763484

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February 27, 2012, 06:36:26 PM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?
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February 27, 2012, 07:15:14 PM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?

Yes, it is interesting that there are no other confirmed reports of 'regular customers' (like gigavps) having received their orders since, apparently, BFL has been shipping them out for the past 7 days. One would expect many people would have received their shipments already. If they have, they are not talking.

jjdebug (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60586.msg770964#msg770964) said that he received an email from BFL saying his Singles (plural) would ship this week; but I don't know when he placed it.

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February 28, 2012, 02:01:06 AM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?

Yes, it is interesting that there are no other confirmed reports of 'regular customers' (like gigavps) having received their orders since, apparently, BFL has been shipping them out for the past 7 days. One would expect many people would have received their shipments already. If they have, they are not talking.

jjdebug (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60586.msg770964#msg770964) said that he received an email from BFL saying his Singles (plural) would ship this week; but I don't know when he placed it.


I placed my order mid november. I ordered 10. If I get mine this week or early next week I will take a picture of them all. I live in Alaska. Hoping that heat won't be a problem here. Smiley I am concerned about whether they will work on my Mac though.
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February 28, 2012, 02:06:39 AM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?
Yes, it is interesting that there are no other confirmed reports of 'regular customers' (like gigavps) having received their orders since, apparently, BFL has been shipping them out for the past 7 days. One would expect many people would have received their shipments already. If they have, they are not talking.

jjdebug (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60586.msg770964#msg770964) said that he received an email from BFL saying his Singles (plural) would ship this week; but I don't know when he placed it.
I placed my order mid november. I ordered 10. If I get mine this week or early next week I will take a picture of them all. I live in Alaska. Hoping that heat won't be a problem here. Smiley I am concerned about whether they will work on my Mac though.
Ok, thanks for that. rjk has placed an order a bit earlier, November 5, and he still hasn't received his. Actually fred0 ordered 2 in October and they haven't shipped yet either. That's the earliest order I am aware of. I'm guessing gigavps placed his first order in October, but BFL's first run of batch of chips were enough to make ~50 Singles. They shipped one to gigavps over a week ago ... so where are the other 49?

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February 28, 2012, 02:18:27 AM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?
Yes, it is interesting that there are no other confirmed reports of 'regular customers' (like gigavps) having received their orders since, apparently, BFL has been shipping them out for the past 7 days. One would expect many people would have received their shipments already. If they have, they are not talking.

jjdebug (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60586.msg770964#msg770964) said that he received an email from BFL saying his Singles (plural) would ship this week; but I don't know when he placed it.
I placed my order mid november. I ordered 10. If I get mine this week or early next week I will take a picture of them all. I live in Alaska. Hoping that heat won't be a problem here. Smiley I am concerned about whether they will work on my Mac though.
Ok, thanks for that. rjk has placed an order a bit earlier, November 5, and he still hasn't received his. Actually fred0 ordered 2 in October and they haven't shipped yet either. That's the earliest order I am aware of. I'm guessing gigavps placed his first order in October, but BFL's first run of batch of chips were enough to make ~50 Singles. They shipped one to gigavps over a week ago ... so where are the other 49?
I think that the mods made are all by hand and it's just taking more time than expected to get the units in shipping condition.  
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There also maybe defects that we are as yet unaware.  Rather than ship these units knowing of a possible problem, Sonny is minimizing any user exposure to possibly problematic units until he resolves the issue.
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Just got the tracking number! Sonny reads forum posts!
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February 28, 2012, 02:48:20 AM
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What's the size of the power socket on that thing?
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February 28, 2012, 10:05:59 AM
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What's the size of the power socket on that thing?

The power-jack is 5.5 Outer-Diameter, 2.5 Inner-Diameter. Outer cylinder is ground and
inner core is +12V (Acceptable range: 10V to 14V).


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February 28, 2012, 10:14:51 AM
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I'm a bit concerned that no one else has theirs yet.  Anyone who bought 10 of them get them yet?

Yes, it is interesting that there are no other confirmed reports of 'regular customers' (like gigavps) having received their orders since, apparently, BFL has been shipping them out for the past 7 days. One would expect many people would have received their shipments already. If they have, they are not talking.

jjdebug (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60586.msg770964#msg770964) said that he received an email from BFL saying his Singles (plural) would ship this week; but I don't know when he placed it.


I placed my order mid november. I ordered 10. If I get mine this week or early next week I will take a picture of them all. I live in Alaska. Hoping that heat won't be a problem here. Smiley I am concerned about whether they will work on my Mac though.


Working on Mac should not be a problem. Mac is UNIX compliant and as far as cgminer or ufasoft compiles on it, then
using BitFORCE singles shouldn't be any problem at all. Once connected, the BitFORCE will appear as a ttyUSB which
is standard on all UNIX and LINUX based systems. We haven't tested it on Mac, however, the USB chip is Mac OSX
compliant and should work without problem.


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