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June 15, 2012, 04:07:37 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

Well the people who should care are the fools who are paying themselves with their own money/btc until it runs out..
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June 15, 2012, 04:15:59 AM
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Well the people who should care are the fools who are paying themselves with their own money/btc until it runs out..
Which it won't, since there is actually hardware. Are you willfully ignorant?
Don't bother answering that, because it is obvious that you aren't comprehending a whole lot here.

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June 15, 2012, 04:30:07 AM
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Well the people who should care are the fools who are paying themselves with their own money/btc until it runs out..
Which it won't, since there is actually hardware. Are you willfully ignorant?
Don't bother answering that, because it is obvious that you aren't comprehending a whole lot here.

As of this moment and for the last two months there has been no hardware, when you are supposed to be paying a bond on 100gh/s (as it was originally) out of that hashing power and you don't have that power working for you then you are not doing what is required of the bond. It is you who are being willfully ignorant your lack of comprehension of that simple fact is stunning in its lack of any reasonable basis to make that claim.
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June 15, 2012, 04:41:41 PM
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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?

That's called a Ponzi scheme. See how well it turned out for Madoff and Stanford Smiley

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Double negative, so you're arguing against yourself Tongue
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June 15, 2012, 04:52:01 PM
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Talk is cheap.

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June 16, 2012, 12:19:45 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.

Dildogaf, 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 the people who should care are the fools who are paying themselves with their own money/btc until it runs out..


I love my BFL Singles, but I have to say, I hope they're planning a late night announcement, or at least announce that the announcement is delayed.

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June 16, 2012, 02:10:53 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.

Dildogaf, 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 the people who should care are the fools who are paying themselves with their own money/btc until it runs out..


I love my BFL Singles, but I have to say, I hope they're planning a late night announcement, or at least announce that the announcement is delayed.

I'm glad to hear you're happy with your purchase.  

Yes, we'll be posting more information about the SC products later on tonight.  At the moment we're packing first run Mini Rigs after having completed initialization of the production line.  Here are some photos:

http://www.butterflylabs.com/mini-rig-production-line/


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June 16, 2012, 02:22:55 AM
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WTG on the power - under spec!

No close-up of the LCD display?!?

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June 16, 2012, 02:33:02 AM
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WTG on the power - under spec!

No close-up of the LCD display?!?

Sorry...


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June 16, 2012, 02:33:57 AM
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Oooh very nice BFL.  Well done.


Edit: Now I just wish I was rich. Cry

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June 16, 2012, 02:35:55 AM
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June 16, 2012, 02:37:18 AM
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Oooh very nice BFL.  Well done.

Thanks.  I should point out that the screen info is only showing the performance spec as a 'demo screen' when the unit isn't plugged into anything.  However, the good news is that the unit is actually faster than that spec by 1 gh/s and under original spec power by a little over 100w.

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June 16, 2012, 02:44:46 AM
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Oooh very nice BFL.  Well done.


Edit: Now I just wish I was rich. Cry

I'll help contribute toward your Mini Rig fund Wink

I'd like to buy 10 of your atx Single plugs. (Sending a PM)

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June 16, 2012, 02:55:51 AM
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BFL, one thing that I noticed in a different thread/pics was that there appeared to be 4 posts (threaded rod?) up the middle, presumably for structural reasons. Is there a handle of some kind on top, that perhaps mounts to those? I can't tell very well from the pictures. Additionally, I believe another user wanted to know the approximate weight.

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June 16, 2012, 02:57:18 AM
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BFL, one thing that I noticed in a different thread/pics was that there appeared to be 4 posts (threaded rod?) up the middle, presumably for structural reasons. Is there a handle of some kind on top, that perhaps mounts to those? I can't tell very well from the pictures. Additionally, I believe another user wanted to know the approximate weight.

No handle - just under 50lb

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June 16, 2012, 03:01:56 AM
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BFL, one thing that I noticed in a different thread/pics was that there appeared to be 4 posts (threaded rod?) up the middle, presumably for structural reasons. Is there a handle of some kind on top, that perhaps mounts to those? I can't tell very well from the pictures. Additionally, I believe another user wanted to know the approximate weight.

No handle - just under 50lb

Wow! I wonder what the Rig Box would have weighed. Grin

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June 16, 2012, 03:05:19 AM
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BFL, one thing that I noticed in a different thread/pics was that there appeared to be 4 posts (threaded rod?) up the middle, presumably for structural reasons. Is there a handle of some kind on top, that perhaps mounts to those? I can't tell very well from the pictures. Additionally, I believe another user wanted to know the approximate weight.

No handle - just under 50lb

Wow! I wonder what the Rig Box would have weighed. Grin

The enclosure is the same minus an extra PSU...   the top portions are empty cavity....  but weight would have been about 80lb or so.  There's lots and lots of aluminum in there to keep things cool.

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June 16, 2012, 07:34:31 AM
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The enclosure is the same minus an extra PSU...   the top portions are empty cavity....  but weight would have been about 80lb or so.  There's lots and lots of aluminum in there to keep things cool.

Soooo.. about how many mini rigs are you putting out initially?  Grin These things look great.. excellent job all around. And even a bit better than spec.  Shocked
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June 16, 2012, 01:38:50 PM
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FWIW, BFGMiner 2.4.3 has some very basic support for the MiniRig now. Hoping to have completely updated drivers to take advantage of the MiniRig better in the next version (and also in CGMiner), but this should be enough to get miners going for now.

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June 16, 2012, 01:42:04 PM
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what dimensions?
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