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September 08, 2014, 07:45:00 PM
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How are people attaching the lower fan and heatsink to the main board?





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September 08, 2014, 07:46:08 PM
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Mine came pre assembled.

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September 08, 2014, 07:50:45 PM
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How are people attaching the lower fan and heatsink to the main board?

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Are there not screw holes thru the board?

I had asked marto for a test board a few weeks back to help you guys set these up and such... but no dice.
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September 08, 2014, 07:53:06 PM
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How are people attaching the lower fan and heatsink to the main board?

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Are there not screw holes thru the board?

I had asked marto for a test board a few weeks back to help you guys set these up and such... but no dice.


Nope theres not Sad not a clue how to asseble the fan to heatsink
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September 08, 2014, 08:00:58 PM
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My board has four holes in the middle for the feet and to mount the fan.
and on the out side edge 2 holes on each side for extra legs.

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September 08, 2014, 09:26:16 PM
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Nope theres not Sad not a clue how to asseble the fan to heatsink

you could use long bolts from hardware store. put four in your fan, then rest on heatsink so the heads mate into the grooves, then flood superglue round head and hit it with activator. then you can take the fan off and you are left with four perfectly aligned fan studs. pop fan back on and use nuts to secure. head may need cutting off and superglue thread straight in.
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September 09, 2014, 04:59:22 PM
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We have received a tracking number from technobit for boards, not sure how many but should be quite a few.
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September 09, 2014, 07:44:38 PM
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Hi Bob, I've been having a (surprisingly potentially productive) discussion with blackarrow today about one the areas I'm feeling aggrieved about, which is shipping. Can you give me a rough/round figure for how many chips you had shipped in batch one of the group buy please? And just out of interest did you pay any carriage cost for this or did BA absorb it from carriage amounts paid to them for their orders? The reason is that I'm asking for a partial carriage refund either back to myself or to Sean's Outpost, on principle. It might be a very small victory, but it's likely to be the only one I could realistic expect to come to an agreement with BA on, and one that I can accept symbolically if nothing else.

Just asking here rather than in PM to keep it open and public record.
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September 09, 2014, 08:31:25 PM
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We have received a tracking number from technobit for boards, not sure how many but should be quite a few.
What day are they supposed to be in?
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September 10, 2014, 12:15:21 AM
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We have received a tracking number from technobit for boards, not sure how many but should be quite a few.
What day are they supposed to be in?
DHL doesn't say, I won't know an exact date until they hit US customs.
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September 10, 2014, 01:27:49 AM
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We have received a tracking number from technobit for boards, not sure how many but should be quite a few.

That is great news!!! Looking forward to the basement being a little warmer.
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September 10, 2014, 05:17:50 AM
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Martin.

My batch 2 chips are still costumers awaiting your aproval. .
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September 10, 2014, 06:51:53 PM
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I just came back in the town.
Was off for 6 days.
We are shipping every day as many boards are ready.
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as far I remember I have to use some of your chips for replacement of bad chips (about 5-6 % until now)
First sending was ready last Friday but due to DHL mistake it went out tuesday. One went out today as far as I know.
And tommorow I'm back @ work so will be able to update more detail.
tommorow I'll post on the website instructions for attaching the base fan with photo.
Generally it is simple there is no tread on the heatsink , you just put 4 threaded bars in the fan holes and then put the bars between the ribs of the heatsink with little pressure like V then press fan towards heatsink and that is it they are like welded

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September 10, 2014, 09:01:26 PM
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I just came back in the town.
Was off for 6 days.
We are shipping every day as many boards are ready.
@bobsag3
as far I remember I have to use some of your chips for replacement of bad chips (about 5-6 % until now)
First sending was ready last Friday but due to DHL mistake it went out tuesday. One went out today as far as I know.
And tommorow I'm back @ work so will be able to update more detail.
tommorow I'll post on the website instructions for attaching the base fan with photo.
Generally it is simple there is no tread on the heatsink , you just put 4 threaded bars in the fan holes and then put the bars between the ribs of the heatsink with little pressure like V then press fan towards heatsink and that is it they are like welded

I wasnt sure on the % bad chips, thanks for the info.
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September 11, 2014, 04:08:32 AM
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Thanks for the coolers Pistachio.

12 coolers - In hand -  Check!
IBM 2000 watt PSU - In hand - Check!
PSU break out board - Waiting at MS - Check!
Power cables - Waiting at MS - Check!
Controller - Waiting at MS - Check!

Now I just need Marto to send the boards to MS and I am in business!
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September 11, 2014, 05:42:17 AM
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Hi Bob, I've been having a (surprisingly potentially productive) discussion with blackarrow today about one the areas I'm feeling aggrieved about, which is shipping. Can you give me a rough/round figure for how many chips you had shipped in batch one of the group buy please? And just out of interest did you pay any carriage cost for this or did BA absorb it from carriage amounts paid to them for their orders? The reason is that I'm asking for a partial carriage refund either back to myself or to Sean's Outpost, on principle. It might be a very small victory, but it's likely to be the only one I could realistic expect to come to an agreement with BA on, and one that I can accept symbolically if nothing else.

Just asking here rather than in PM to keep it open and public record.

Hi Bob, Thomas, could one of you chime in on the above please, I don't want to leave it too long before I respond and have the window of opportunity close, even if I don't get a token anything back, I'm hoping Seans Outpost will.
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September 11, 2014, 12:36:06 PM
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@Marto: I paid over €4000 at the €-BTC rate of 07-17-2014. If I opt for a refund, will I get the equivalent of the € price in BTC at the €-BTC rate on the date of the refund, or at the date of paying (as in: the same BTC number as paid on 07-17)?

@Bobsag3, since the 07-22-2014 message I would be sent a check, no word has reached me through your broken Zen system, I had a reply by pm from Thomas my tickets and even your emails (minersource's) never came in or went out, and a fair number of checks did not reach their destinations. I asked to be updated on what is next for my case, but nothing since. What should I do next to get this moving?
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September 12, 2014, 05:09:16 AM
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First batch of boards received, waiting on the list of whos who from Marto, will post pics and hopefully? reship tomorrow.
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September 12, 2014, 04:33:54 PM
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@Marto: I paid over €4000 at the €-BTC rate of 07-17-2014. If I opt for a refund, will I get the equivalent of the € price in BTC at the €-BTC rate on the date of the refund, or at the date of paying (as in: the same BTC number as paid on 07-17)?

@Bobsag3, since the 07-22-2014 message I would be sent a check, no word has reached me through your broken Zen system, I had a reply by pm from Thomas my tickets and even your emails (minersource's) never came in or went out, and a fair number of checks did not reach their destinations. I asked to be updated on what is next for my case, but nothing since. What should I do next to get this moving?
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We started to ship and problem solved even with hand replacement of MCU's
Your order is for EU so will be out tomorrow or in Monday.
As far all the boards are produced for the assembly service batch1 no refunds will be available for now.
second sending for minersource is out today/tomorrow too

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First batch of boards received, waiting on the list of whos who from Marto, will post pics and hopefully? reship tomorrow.
sorry for the delay on this.
will try to sort it tonight

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