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July 03, 2014, 04:51:56 PM
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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

No.  Each Neptune box runs between 600-700GH/s.

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July 03, 2014, 04:54:09 PM
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More testing today.

http://youtu.be/L-_AuZdJ_do


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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

Sorry but what coins can you mine with those? I just used S1 and now i bought S3, didnt know about these neptunes but i suppose they are so expensive xD

to me it looks like (10) ten Neptunes, which at min. equals 3 Th/s per Neptune.
 
Therefore, roughly 30 Th/s worth of Neptunes (minimum) ...


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July 03, 2014, 05:08:32 PM
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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

No.  Each Neptune box runs between 600-700GH/s.
Right - 3Th/s not 1.
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July 03, 2014, 05:14:05 PM
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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

No.  Each Neptune box runs between 600-700GH/s.

According to this article:

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2795-kncminer-is-ready-to-start-shipping-the-3-ths-bitcoin-neptune-asic-miners/

each neptune = 3TH/s
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July 03, 2014, 06:33:40 PM
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So you are pretty much maxed then with 50+A on those vrms?

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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

No.  Each Neptune box runs between 600-700GH/s.

According to this article:

http://cryptomining-blog.com/2795-kncminer-is-ready-to-start-shipping-the-3-ths-bitcoin-neptune-asic-miners/

each neptune = 3TH/s

exactly ...

 " Each Neptune miner will consist of 5 ASIC chips and comes in new sturdier enclosure and packaging and should be capable of 3 THS or even more while consuming about 2.1 KW of power at the wall. That results out to just about 0.7 watts of power used per GHS, so really god power efficiency and KnC does promise to possibly further increase the performance of the device with software updates."

we'll see about their (KnC's) predictions ... that is w/o doing something awesome (and costly) as data-tank cooling.


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July 03, 2014, 07:47:04 PM
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So you are pretty much maxed then with 50+A on those vrms?

It looks like it.  Every time I try and go higher voltage the die's get errors and shut down.  I will keep testing though.

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July 03, 2014, 08:38:46 PM
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Neptune card in Novec 7100.  This was just a quick test.  Hopefully I will have more numbers tomorrow.



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July 03, 2014, 11:45:15 PM
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So you are pretty much maxed then with 50+A on those vrms?

It looks like it.  Every time I try and go higher voltage the die's get errors and shut down.  I will keep testing though.

actually your lucky to get 50a outta them...OCP is suppose to be 48a...those vrms are only the 40a model but i'm pretty sure ya knew all this...at those volts with those temps...that is really really nice!!! so how much does a stock neppy get vs yer oc'd ov'd monster get?

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July 04, 2014, 05:32:59 AM
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couldn't find the "Picture of your mining farm" thread so i guess this will do.

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That's never gonna work with those AC units lol


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July 04, 2014, 06:13:12 AM
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couldn't find the "Picture of your mining farm" thread so i guess this will do.

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That's never gonna work with those AC units lol



That could very easily work - depends on the ambient. If it's in a polar region there's no need for AC - just vent the top off and use good filtration.  Problem is we can't what's off the picture, perhaps they have evap coolers.

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July 04, 2014, 10:05:19 AM
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That could very easily work - depends on the ambient. If it's in a polar region there's no need for AC - just vent the top off and use good filtration.  Problem is we can't what's off the picture, perhaps they have evap coolers.

It couldn't they said themselves it got like an oven in there.

Evap coolers wouldn't really work in an open room full of miners, you need something to separate hot/cold air... a raised floor something like that hot/cold aisle.

The only way an open room setup could work is with an insane amount of AC or like you say being based in Antarctica

It's 100kw of heat and by the looks of it around 2Kw's of air con that's why I lol'd

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July 04, 2014, 10:09:04 AM
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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

Lol maths not your strong suit? Smiley

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July 04, 2014, 03:49:07 PM
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I have a question...

If you dont have a big house with a big room just for miners.... where will you place miners in an apartment? Because i see you have big houses, not apartments, most of you with big rigs Tongue
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July 04, 2014, 04:15:48 PM
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I have a question...

If you dont have a big house with a big room just for miners.... where will you place miners in an apartment? Because i see you have big houses, not apartments, most of you with big rigs Tongue

if its an apt. you ain't running big rigs...apt. don't have that much power you can tap into...unless your using the whole apt. to try n mine with, n then you probably won't be able to use much of anytyhing that uses power etc. tv, toaster, microwave...hehe unless you tap into the circuit breaker box and wire your own setup...but even then i doubt there is enough power...

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I have a question...

If you dont have a big house with a big room just for miners.... where will you place miners in an apartment? Because i see you have big houses, not apartments, most of you with big rigs Tongue

if its an apt. you ain't running big rigs...apt. don't have that much power you can tap into...unless your using the whole apt. to try n mine with, n then you probably won't be able to use much of anytyhing that uses power etc. tv, toaster, microwave...hehe unless you tap into the circuit breaker box and wire your own setup...but even then i doubt there is enough power...

Yeah i know hehe. But maybe i can run 6 S3 for example in the future or so, 2 S3 right now when they arrive, of course i dont expect to build big rigs such as many of you here have...  Grin
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July 04, 2014, 05:19:24 PM
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Yeah i know hehe. But maybe i can run 6 S3 for example in the future or so, 2 S3 right now when they arrive, of course i dont expect to build big rigs such as many of you here have...  Grin

Try and duct the hot air out a window with some cheap foil ducting and an inline fan (Hydroponics Shop) you'll need some AC too but a small mobile one would do for 6 S3's Happy Mining !

Your apartment should be fine for that setup, things like SP10's are stupid to try run in your living room.

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July 04, 2014, 07:57:33 PM
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wow... how much you earn / month will all that? how much are each of those neptunes and hashing power?

edit: I googled and i think each of those neptunes is 3TH/s ?WOW

5 of the Neptune boxes is 3TH
Seriously? You mean each box is only 200 Gh/s?  Like an S1?

No.  Each Neptune box runs between 600-700GH/s.

According to this article:


http://cryptomining-blog.com/2795-kncminer-is-ready-to-start-shipping-the-3-ths-bitcoin-neptune-asic-miners/

each neptune = 3TH/s


Again there are 5 Parts to a Neptune miner. Each does between 600-700Gh

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