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June 02, 2012, 08:12:19 PM
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I almost get the feeling they arbitrarily delay postage. like they wanna mine themselves as much as they can before shipping it. Ofcourse they deny this.
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June 02, 2012, 08:16:19 PM
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I almost get the feeling they arbitrarily delay postage. like they wanna mine themselves as much as they can before shipping it. Ofcourse they deny this.
The current wait is because of a lack of cases, apparently the boards are ready to ship but there's nothing to put them in.

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June 02, 2012, 09:17:51 PM
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I almost get the feeling they arbitrarily delay postage. like they wanna mine themselves as much as they can before shipping it. Ofcourse they deny this.
The current wait is because of a lack of cases, apparently the boards are ready to ship but there's nothing to put them in.

Yea that's the Singles, but what about Mini-rig, they demonstrated all the boards, some guy confirmed he saw the Mini-Rig cases at their office. They promised to start shipping end of may.
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June 02, 2012, 10:00:19 PM
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I almost get the feeling they arbitrarily delay postage. like they wanna mine themselves as much as they can before shipping it. Ofcourse they deny this.
The current wait is because of a lack of cases, apparently the boards are ready to ship but there's nothing to put them in.

Yeah. Like the case is somehow connected to mining. Great excuse to delay shipping and mine some coins.
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June 02, 2012, 10:02:44 PM
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I almost get the feeling they arbitrarily delay postage. like they wanna mine themselves as much as they can before shipping it. Ofcourse they deny this.
The current wait is because of a lack of cases, apparently the boards are ready to ship but there's nothing to put them in.

Yeah. Like the case is somehow connected to mining. Great excuse to delay shipping and mine some coins.
In case you missed it, they have stated that they only hash test data for testing, and it makes a lot of sense too. I don't know why others don't do it - they should have a suite a verifiable hashes that each device must pass in order to be considered accurate.

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June 04, 2012, 03:38:07 PM
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What is the current lead time on this?

BFL, can you answer honestly?
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June 05, 2012, 01:39:21 AM
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What is the current lead time on this?

BFL, can you answer honestly?


12-15 weeks.  If the second batch, which my two mini rigs are in, ships by the end of this month, they'll have met that timeframe.  Last week, Sonny told me they're about two weeks behind on the first batch, but on schedule for the second batch.

Regarding current lead times, there was a post by someone at BFL in the last week or two that said most likely the shorter end of 12-15 weeks.
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June 05, 2012, 02:36:41 AM
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What is the current lead time on this?

BFL, can you answer honestly?


12-15 weeks.  If the second batch, which my two mini rigs are in, ships by the end of this month, they'll have met that timeframe.  Last week, Sonny told me they're about two weeks behind on the first batch, but on schedule for the second batch.

Regarding current lead times, there was a post by someone at BFL in the last week or two that said most likely the shorter end of 12-15 weeks.

Hi guys, sorry if we've missed forum participation more than usual lately.  We're well focused on Mini Rig initial delivery, but in sum...  I can generally confirm the comments of WP above.

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June 06, 2012, 06:15:33 AM
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Anyone interested in a road trip to bfl.

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June 14, 2012, 09:59:47 AM
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Is it possible to make delivery invoice with low price (smth. around $2000)? this would help to avoid tax in my country.
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June 15, 2012, 01:12:11 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.
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June 15, 2012, 01:16:07 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

They haven't been shipped out yet. They look awesome and are essentially a bunch of next gen Singles in a box Smiley

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June 15, 2012, 01:17:31 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.
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June 15, 2012, 01:24:31 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

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June 15, 2012, 02:17:11 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.
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June 15, 2012, 02:18:44 AM
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Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.
Believe it or not, the world doesn't revolve around the forum, and no reports of shipments doesn't mean squat.

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June 15, 2012, 02:20:34 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.

Mr. FUD at it again.

Are the only people who mine BTC registered on the forums? Do they all have to register here before they can install the bitcoin client? Do you have BFL's client list and know that only people registered on the forums buy singles or mini rigs?

You would be wise to moderate yourself. If you need to take your anger out on someone, maybe you should look in the mirror.
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June 15, 2012, 02:28:21 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.

Mr. FUD at it again.

Are the only people who mine BTC registered on the forums? Do they all have to register here before they can install the bitcoin client? Do you have BFL's client list and know that only people registered on the forums buy singles or mini rigs?

You would be wise to moderate yourself. If you need to take your anger out on someone, maybe you should look in the mirror.

Bitter little troll yet again eh? Well it is certainly not FUD that you are not paying your bonds out of a 200gh/s farm which you don't have and I notice did not reply to that question when I asked it, again just another chime in to spread your personal attack on me once more.
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June 15, 2012, 03:25:06 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.

Mr. FUD at it again.

Are the only people who mine BTC registered on the forums? Do they all have to register here before they can install the bitcoin client? Do you have BFL's client list and know that only people registered on the forums buy singles or mini rigs?

You would be wise to moderate yourself. If you need to take your anger out on someone, maybe you should look in the mirror.

Bitter little troll yet again eh? Well it is certainly not FUD that you are not paying your bonds out of a 200gh/s farm which you don't have and I notice did not reply to that question when I asked it, again just another chime in to spread your personal attack on me once more.

If you create an asset and sell X Ymh/s bonds, and don't actually have any mining hardware but still pay out what you should, who cares?

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not paying your bonds out of a 200gh/s farm which you don't have
Double negative, so you're arguing against yourself Tongue

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June 15, 2012, 03:37:28 AM
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Does anyone actually own one of these things? I'd love to buy one or two of them if I could actually see what they look like and get a detailed breakdown of whats inside.

None have shipped so far they claim that the reason they have shipped so few of the single units over the last couple of weeks is to work on getting these out the door plus they supposedly have big ASIC announcement due on the 15th of June that makes these machines obsolete.

Dillgaf, nobody ever said such a thing.  Quite the opposite, actually.  We have two distinctly separate production lines.  The singles are shipping in volume again and have been for some time.  

Believe it was BFL-engineer who said that in one of the threads and if by volume you mean next to no one on this board reporting much for shipping of their singles to them then yeah you must be shipping tons of them.

Mr. FUD at it again.

Are the only people who mine BTC registered on the forums? Do they all have to register here before they can install the bitcoin client? Do you have BFL's client list and know that only people registered on the forums buy singles or mini rigs?

You would be wise to moderate yourself. If you need to take your anger out on someone, maybe you should look in the mirror.

Bitter little troll yet again eh? Well it is certainly not FUD that you are not paying your bonds out of a 200gh/s farm which you don't have and I notice did not reply to that question when I asked it, again just another chime in to spread your personal attack on me once more.

If you create an asset and sell X Ymh/s bonds, and don't actually have any mining hardware but still pay out what you should, who cares?

Also,
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not paying your bonds out of a 200gh/s farm which you don't have
Double negative, so you're arguing against yourself Tongue

... Well... based on technicalities alone

A X MH/s Farm SHOULD produce Y Bitcoins a day, and it would probably be acceptable to payout Y Bitcoins a day, but Y is just an estimation of possible output, could be more, could be less...
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