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November 25, 2014, 04:44:25 PM
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Screw Bitmain and how their backlights on the display keep burning out on everyone! I've seen 20 burned out backlights!
Anyone know how I feel? Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry

So far I have 2 no problems with backlights.  And if it's only 20 that is not bad considering i'm sure they have shipped thousands and thousands of them.

Have you contacted their RMA team to see about getting new LCD?
I unfortunately don't have one Sad, but I've seen lots of people with burned out backlights! Angry Angry

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November 29, 2014, 11:07:03 PM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

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November 29, 2014, 11:08:15 PM
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my little winter warmer  Grin


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November 29, 2014, 11:13:29 PM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

nice setup Smiley

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November 30, 2014, 04:44:08 AM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

nice setup Smiley

we know "out of shot", he is wearing hearing protection Tongue Be it natural or artificial.
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November 30, 2014, 05:40:56 AM
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my little winter warmer  Grin



Just wanted to pop in and say that this is a very, very well taken picture. It almost seems like there was a camera set around this scene, with lighting panels, etc  Cheesy

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November 30, 2014, 06:49:26 AM
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Awesome picture! hahahhaha
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November 30, 2014, 10:34:18 AM
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my little winter warmer  Grin

http://www.rgspix.com/SP20_009.jpg

Just wanted to pop in and say that this is a very, very well taken picture. It almost seems like there was a camera set around this scene, with lighting panels, etc  Cheesy

I put a speedlite to the rear of the rig so that you could see the fan moving, and a flash with a snoot pointing at the front to bring it up a bit (my living room is dimly lit)
yeah, i'm a photographer by trade... but it didn't take much setting up, just a little bit of flash.

i accept bitcoin (obviously) for my work if you ever need a photographer  Wink


Awesome picture! hahahhaha

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December 01, 2014, 12:13:06 AM
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Hoping to add to this every month  Grin



By the way, your laptop is probably going to die like my did. I had to reflash (oven)  my motherboard more than few occasions but finally it gave away. HP made defective design in which the heatsink wasn't able to dissipate heat efficiently.
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December 01, 2014, 05:42:23 AM
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By the way, your laptop is probably going to die like my did. I had to reflash (oven)  my motherboard more than few occasions but finally it gave away. HP made defective design in which the heatsink wasn't able to dissipate heat efficiently.

The documentation for one of my sister's (Toshiba) laptops actually said: "Do not run for more than 30 hours at a time."

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December 01, 2014, 06:48:26 AM
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my little winter warmer  Grin



which body did you shoot with?

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December 01, 2014, 12:49:08 PM
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My office heater for the winter...  Grin


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December 01, 2014, 12:51:05 PM
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By the way, your laptop is probably going to die like my did. I had to reflash (oven)  my motherboard more than few occasions but finally it gave away. HP made defective design in which the heatsink wasn't able to dissipate heat efficiently.

The documentation for one of my sister's (Toshiba) laptops actually said: "Do not run for more than 30 hours at a time."

Why not use a RasPi? Can run 24/7 on less power and uses UTP/Linux...

Want to read the FTC vs. BFL  court docs. yourself? Just go to: http://ia902308.us.archive.org/32/items/gov.uscourts.mowd.117531/gov.uscourts.mowd.117531.docket.html
Want to read the FTC's final orders for BFL's principals yourself? Just go to: https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/142-3058/bf-labs-inc
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December 01, 2014, 01:38:44 PM
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my little winter warmer  Grin



which body did you shoot with?



1D mk 3

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December 01, 2014, 04:28:33 PM
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Why not use a RasPi? Can run 24/7 on less power and uses UTP/Linux...

My actual rig is is written up here. Though the blade has been replaced by 2 rockminers. Those rockminers have been sitting idle for 4 months Tongue

TL;DR: The RasPi has only 256MB or RAM. That is not really enough to run a full Bitcoin/P2Pool/namecoin node. Together those use at least 1.2GB of RAM on my machine. I am also not sure of the CPU capabilities of the RasPi. Lately P2Pool has been using 40% of one core. I am interested in replacing that machine with something a little less power-hungry though.

I am also going to need moar disk-space soon too. I have only 10GiB left on a 50GiB partition (left 4GiB for swap, 4GiB slack (because: SSD is "not for server use"))

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December 01, 2014, 04:57:26 PM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

You make 49 dollar a day i calculated, is that correct?

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December 01, 2014, 05:29:26 PM
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Why not use a RasPi? Can run 24/7 on less power and uses UTP/Linux...

My actual rig is is written up here. Though the blade has been replaced by 2 rockminers. Those rockminers have been sitting idle for 4 months Tongue

TL;DR: The RasPi has only 256MB or RAM. That is not really enough to run a full Bitcoin/P2Pool/namecoin node. Together those use at least 1.2GB of RAM on my machine. I am also not sure of the CPU capabilities of the RasPi. Lately P2Pool has been using 40% of one core. I am interested in replacing that machine with something a little less power-hungry though.

I am also going to need moar disk-space soon too. I have only 10GiB left on a 50GiB partition (left 4GiB for swap, 4GiB slack (because: SSD is "not for server use"))

Good point, in your setup a RasPi would not make sense...

But for Firewire2013 (using the standalone S3's) who uses the laptop for remote access only... I would recommend a RasPi... (Cheaper, runs 27/7 on Linux).

Want to read the FTC vs. BFL  court docs. yourself? Just go to: http://ia902308.us.archive.org/32/items/gov.uscourts.mowd.117531/gov.uscourts.mowd.117531.docket.html
Want to read the FTC's final orders for BFL's principals yourself? Just go to: https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/142-3058/bf-labs-inc
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December 02, 2014, 04:33:19 AM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

You make 49 dollar a day i calculated, is that correct?

How'd you calculate $49 a day from 8.4 TH/s?

I get about $17-$18 a day plugging in conservative numbers into https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/calculator

You use a different calculator, or am I missing something obvious?

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December 02, 2014, 04:42:02 AM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

You make 49 dollar a day i calculated, is that correct?

How'd you calculate $49 a day from 8.4 TH/s?

I get about $17-$18 a day plugging in conservative numbers into https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/calculator

You use a different calculator, or am I missing something obvious?

I calculated 7200Watt 20 cent a Kilowatt 8400GH/s $39.73  dollars a day bruto and $5.17 netto
http://www.coinwarz.com/miningprofitability/sha-256/?hr=8400&p=7200&pc=0.20&e=BTCe

Mining really starts to suck huh

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December 02, 2014, 05:01:09 AM
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6x 1.4 TH/S PRISMA = 8.4 TH/S mining farm

You make 49 dollar a day i calculated, is that correct?

How'd you calculate $49 a day from 8.4 TH/s?

I get about $17-$18 a day plugging in conservative numbers into https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/calculator

You use a different calculator, or am I missing something obvious?

I calculated 7200Watt 20 cent a Kilowatt 8400GH/s $39.73  dollars a day bruto and $5.17 netto
http://www.coinwarz.com/miningprofitability/sha-256/?hr=8400&p=7200&pc=0.20&e=BTCe

Mining really starts to suck huh

Yes, I see it now, thanks for that.

$5.17 Net...man that really friggin' sucks for 8.4 TH/s.  I remember when having just a single TH/s was a big deal.   Sad

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