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April 18, 2014, 09:33:14 AM
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WOW !! I sell 200GH/s - 1TH/s units and I thought my collection was a bit stupid but that is insane.
I'd kill for a crazy set up like that !!

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April 18, 2014, 12:59:22 PM
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I calculated with estimations.

The Antminer S1 if all running at 200 GH/s then all S1 are running at 23.6 TH/s

The Lonely KNCminer I think runs at 650 GH/s?

All Antminer S1 if all running at 1 TH/s then all are running at 27 TH/s

Total estimation hashing rate is  51.25 TH/s
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April 18, 2014, 02:27:07 PM
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How about a panoramic?




I told another one who posts a picture with 10 Gridseedblades he is a pervert.
I think i have to reconsider about it.

And on the other hand my gratulation for u.

I think mining for the normal people is over.
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April 19, 2014, 05:14:46 AM
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How about a panoramic?

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I told another one who posts a picture with 10 Gridseedblades he is a pervert.
I think i have to reconsider about it.

And on the other hand my gratulation for u.

I think mining for the normal people is over.


This was my very first rig. Put it on a credit card, as I didn't have any cash for such things. (Yeah, I know, I coulda built 5 rigs for the price of the water cooling)










Mining is by no means over, we are still at the beginning of the bitcoin revolution. Anyone who says otherwise is either bad at pre-ordering or attempting to discourage mining growth. But it's the mining growth that makes Bitcoin what it is and needs to be.

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April 19, 2014, 06:23:23 AM
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Mining is by no means over, we are still at the beginning of the bitcoin revolution. Anyone who says otherwise is either bad at pre-ordering or attempting to discourage mining growth. But it's the mining growth that makes Bitcoin what it is and needs to be.

hear here! one block halving. we are still early adopters.  Grin

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April 19, 2014, 07:42:36 AM
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How about a panoramic?

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I told another one who posts a picture with 10 Gridseedblades he is a pervert.
I think i have to reconsider about it.

And on the other hand my gratulation for u.

I think mining for the normal people is over.


This was my very first rig. Put it on a credit card, as I didn't have any cash for such things. (Yeah, I know, I coulda built 5 rigs for the price of the water cooling)


PICTURE LINK :http://i.imgur.com/FYbtM55.jpg








Mining is by no means over, we are still at the beginning of the bitcoin revolution. Anyone who says otherwise is either bad at pre-ordering or attempting to discourage mining growth. But it's the mining growth that makes Bitcoin what it is and needs to be.

Ain`t that a old-school Videocard miner my grandpa useses to mine the First Genesis Block?



Here check this old FPGA!



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April 19, 2014, 07:49:42 AM
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Mining is by no means over, we are still at the beginning of the bitcoin revolution. Anyone who says otherwise is either bad at pre-ordering or attempting to discourage mining growth.

Are you now making fun of all those customers who ordered from Bitmine.ch, Hashfast.com and BFL? :-)

Kids, don't pre-order. You are sure to lose your marbles.



1.2 TH of useless pre-order, courtesy of Hashfast. Never order from them or any of their partners. Just look at the multiple threads in the hardware section.
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April 19, 2014, 02:39:05 PM
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Are you now making fun of all those customers who ordered from Bitmine.ch, Hashfast.com and BFL? :-)

Don't forget Terrahash, who completely scammed their customers. The thing about pre-orders, is that it's easier when you're doing it with profits, but money is still money.

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April 19, 2014, 03:18:54 PM
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Here check this old FPGA!



Wow, I'd almost gotten Tom out of my mind.
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April 20, 2014, 05:52:41 AM
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Some photos of the KnCMiner data center...






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April 20, 2014, 06:05:49 AM
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Some photos of the KnCMiner data center...







Fuck KNC and how they screwed their customers.
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April 20, 2014, 06:17:47 AM
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Some photos of the KnCMiner data center...







Fuck KNC and how they screwed their customers.

Wonder how much hash rate will drop if their DC would go offline Wink
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April 20, 2014, 07:11:53 AM
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Some photos of the KnCMiner data center...







Fuck KNC and how they screwed their customers.

Wonder how much hash rate will drop if their DC would go offline Wink
I guess less than 1%

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April 20, 2014, 07:44:19 AM
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Yes Guys, keep preordering miners from them, so they can make millions with your money.
Perfect business plan.  Cheesy
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April 20, 2014, 09:59:52 AM
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Some photos of the KnCMiner data center...

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Fuck KNC and how they screwed their customers.

Wonder how much hash rate will drop if their DC would go offline Wink
I guess less than 1%

OK I'll math it.

Assuming there's only 1 mining board deep per shelf, there are usually 6 boards per shelf, most "racks" in the pics appear 6 shelves full, there are at least 16 "racks" on each row on the left half of the room and 19 "racks" on the right half. There appears to be at least 18 sets of "rows" of racks on each side of the room (although we can't see whats behind the camera of course).

So we have:

Left half of the room: 6x6x16x18 = 10368 mining boards
Right half of the room: 6x6x19x18 = 12312 mining boards

= 22680 boards (assuming 100% occupancy on all racks/rows as shown in close pics)

So if each board is like the batch 3 product boards then they should be apparently 750 GH/s each

So 22680 * 750 GH/s = 17010000 GH/s = 17010 TH/s = 17.0 PH/s

The current total network hashrate estimate is: 55.5 PH/s (https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty)

So following the assumptions I've made for these calculations, this room would accommodate 30.6% of the total network's hashrate.

Please don't get shitty at KnC only based on my back of the napkin estimations.

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April 20, 2014, 10:09:32 AM
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= 22680 boards (assuming 100% occupancy on all racks/rows as shown in close pics)

So if each board is like the batch 3 product boards then they should be apparently 750 GH/s each

So 22680 * 750 GH/s = 17010000 GH/s = 17010 TH/s = 17.0 PH/s

The current total network hashrate estimate is: 55.5 PH/s (https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty)

So following the assumptions I've made for these calculations, this room would accommodate 30.6% of the total network's hashrate.

Please don't get shitty at KnC only based on my back of the napkin estimations.

Hate to point out an error but as batch 3 products typically consist of 4boards each, every board has ~187 maximum potential hashrate.

Thus total hashrate would be 22680 *187GH/s = 4252TH/s = 4,252PH/s

This would put them to a ~5.2MW power draw, assuming some minor improvements.
This model is in line with the fact that their datacenter is, i think, a 10MW facility.


On a different note though, producing these already designed ASICS including assembly etc. can´t have cost KnC more than 1$ per GH/s (it is propably a good amount lower).
So anyone converting their order into cloudhosting by KnC is just handing them atleast a 7k profit per order for outdated tech and hosting service.

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April 20, 2014, 10:20:27 AM
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= 22680 boards (assuming 100% occupancy on all racks/rows as shown in close pics)

So if each board is like the batch 3 product boards then they should be apparently 750 GH/s each

So 22680 * 750 GH/s = 17010000 GH/s = 17010 TH/s = 17.0 PH/s

The current total network hashrate estimate is: 55.5 PH/s (https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty)

So following the assumptions I've made for these calculations, this room would accommodate 30.6% of the total network's hashrate.

Please don't get shitty at KnC only based on my back of the napkin estimations.

Hate to point out an error but as batch 3 products typically consist of 4boards each, every board has ~187 maximum potential hashrate.

Thus total hashrate would be 22680 *187GH/s = 4252TH/s = 4,252PH/s

This would put them to a ~5.2MW power draw, assuming some minor improvements.
This model is in line with the fact that their datacenter is, i think, a 10MW facility.

Right well then their website images are entirely erroneous misleading, as they show 1.5 TH/s systems with 2 boards and 3 TH/s systems with 4 boards. Thank you for the clarification. I assume somewhere they state a disclaimer about their images not reflecting the actual product so they can be lazy and vary their product design without updating the site.

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April 20, 2014, 10:24:42 AM
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= 22680 boards (assuming 100% occupancy on all racks/rows as shown in close pics)

So if each board is like the batch 3 product boards then they should be apparently 750 GH/s each

So 22680 * 750 GH/s = 17010000 GH/s = 17010 TH/s = 17.0 PH/s

The current total network hashrate estimate is: 55.5 PH/s (https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty)

So following the assumptions I've made for these calculations, this room would accommodate 30.6% of the total network's hashrate.

Please don't get shitty at KnC only based on my back of the napkin estimations.

Hate to point out an error but as batch 3 products typically consist of 4boards each, every board has ~187 maximum potential hashrate.

Thus total hashrate would be 22680 *187GH/s = 4252TH/s = 4,252PH/s

This would put them to a ~5.2MW power draw, assuming some minor improvements.
This model is in line with the fact that their datacenter is, i think, a 10MW facility.

Right well then their website images are entirely erroneous misleading, as they show 1.5 TH/s systems with 2 boards and 3 TH/s systems with 4 boards. Thank you for the clarification.
Ah I see where the source of the confusion lies.
Those on the website right now are their new 20nm modules (aka Neptune, actually the same pics as the Jupiters in 2013) which are not yet in production (though tapeout was somewhere in march or late february i believe)

The ones in the datacenter are old 28nm, essentially the same as in the Jupiters, upgrade boards like on the website now.

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April 20, 2014, 12:04:57 PM
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KNC datacenter is mammoth. They got some strategy , first mine the shit out of miners and then send those miners to the customers for which they paid months in advance .
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April 20, 2014, 12:20:25 PM
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KNC datacenter is mammoth. They got some strategy , first mine the shit out of miners and then send those miners to the customers for which they paid months in advance .

For what it´s worth they are planning on selling this as cloudhashing power, but first need to build their farm big enough to offer everyone of their Neptune customers compensation for any late delivery.
Without a doubt these petahashes are hugely profitable, but my guestimation is they are only at 50% deployment yet, as their facility supports 10MW power draw and they are only at a bit over 5MW right now XD

So yeah... atleast every Neptune customer is entitled to a refund if he spots cheaper hashpower anywhere...

Cloudhashing per se is actually quite a good idea, as it lowers the entry level for miners to become involved with mining and bitcoin.
This will eventually lower prices for cloudmining.

I guess what i´m trying to say is, that maybe in the end everyone can get a bit of their datacenter and feel good about it. At this point is it sadly just a symbol of KNC´s greed.

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