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July 18, 2018, 07:44:25 PM
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July 18, 2018, 08:01:59 PM
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Wamba-Jamba!  Cryptostarusa cracks another one!!  Mine ON!

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July 18, 2018, 09:16:33 PM
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MINE AND GIN ON WITH KANO-SAN!   Block by morning!    15 or so hours.
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July 18, 2018, 09:19:01 PM
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MINE AND GIN ON WITH KANO-SAN!   Block by morning!    15 or so hours.


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July 19, 2018, 01:35:52 AM
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Dang that's a bummer NotFuzzy. A good R4 is like a unicorn; you've heard about them but don't really see them!  Cheesy
Even my R4B2 is mostly R2B2 anymore with only one board that consistently hashes.  Might need to do another cleaning.  Tongue

the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.

I picked up 3 T9's from batch-3 and ja - good machines aside from being power hungry. All of course running 24x7x365 with just 1 fan failure until last month when 1 went into huge HW errors on all 3 boards. Replaced with an A841 of course.

Starting to get quite a pile of s9 carcasses to stash at work... Since it looks like s9's can now be hacked to allow freq and Vcore adjustment, wonder if Sidehack might be interested in me donating them to him for making into fairly quiet & efficient heaters like we did with the slew of s7's I had...

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July 19, 2018, 01:50:06 AM
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Starting to get quite a pile of s9 carcasses to stash at work... Since it looks like s9's can now be hacked to allow freq and Vcore adjustment, wonder if Sidehack might be interested me donating them for making into fairly quiet & efficient heaters like we did with the slew of s7's I had...
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LOL,

Yes, I have some S7LNs that I used for heating last winter. Since my bride likes to run an electric heater and since she likes a fan blowing near her face while she sleeps and since she also likes a lot of "white" noise to help with her tinnitus a S7LN fits the bill well.

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July 19, 2018, 01:02:46 PM
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LOL,

Yes, I have some S7LNs that I used for heating last winter. Since my bride likes to run an electric heater and since she likes a fan blowing near her face while she sleeps and since she also likes a lot of "white" noise to help with her tinnitus a S7LN fits the bill well.

Sounds like the perfect wife for a BTC mining man! Cheesy

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July 19, 2018, 01:48:24 PM
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Good morning (CDT), all.  Um ... I didn't wake up to a BTClock  Sad - I danced all night; who wasn't dancing?

I'm one of the lucky ones. I have an A741 running in the kitchen @ volt level 11, -2 offset (fan never goes above 4k RPM). Gf doesn't seem to mind at all. Especially when she sees the wallet balance. She gets happy then.  Grin

Edit: And she like the blinky lights on the USB miners, lol.


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July 19, 2018, 03:35:34 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?
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July 19, 2018, 04:51:37 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?

Yeah I think it's the sweet spot for Bitmain in reliability...has less chips for less hash rate, but runs smoother. 
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July 19, 2018, 06:23:59 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?

Yeah I think it's the sweet spot for Bitmain in reliability...has less chips for less hash rate, but runs smoother. 

Not sure I agree.  Feels more like marketing to me.  Both of my original T9s died within weeks, although their replacements have been stable.

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July 19, 2018, 07:35:01 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?

Yeah I think it's the sweet spot for Bitmain in reliability...has less chips for less hash rate, but runs smoother.  

Not sure I agree.  Feels more like marketing to me.  Both of my original T9s died within weeks, although their replacements have been stable.

It's probably just luck with what you get.  My best BM equipment (after S5s) were four S7 Batch 1 Ants.  I got them in September 2015 when the S7 first came out and they ran trouble free up until I retired them in April to get all my equipment up to the latest efficiency models.  They were 4.86 models and were rock solid.  Not so much for the subsequent S7s and S9s...those have been more trouble than they were worth.  Nothing but 841s or newer for me from now on. Grin

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Nothing but 841s or newer for me from now on. Grin

Same here!!! I absolutely love my 841's!!! Looking forward to seeing some new equipment from Canaan.
Great company for sure.

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July 19, 2018, 09:00:26 PM
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<snip> Nothing but 841s or newer for me from now on. Grin
Ditto.  My A841 replacements from Blokforge for the dead R4 and s9 should be here on Monday. That leaves just 8 s9's and 1 R4 in the farm and will put me @ 22 Avalons ranging from 721's though mostly 841's. Smiley

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July 19, 2018, 10:13:23 PM
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+1 on the Avalons....although it took me awhile to figure out that damn raspberry pi!   That was one thing that the antminers had better IMO (but you had to do it for each machine).
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July 19, 2018, 11:08:39 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?

Yeah I think it's the sweet spot for Bitmain in reliability...has less chips for less hash rate, but runs smoother. 

I do not have S9 running. Only some remaining stable S7 which hashes just fine after the first few died out.

What do you mean by smoother?

Meaning it hashes days on end and chip status does not end up xxxxxx?
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July 19, 2018, 11:10:39 PM
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the good unicorn is the first batch of T9. I have few and since running non stop. 2 of them once made 183 days straight.
So is the T9+ more reliable than S9? It is cheaper per TH for expansion and faster ROI at current prices?

Yeah I think it's the sweet spot for Bitmain in reliability...has less chips for less hash rate, but runs smoother. 

I do not have S9 running. Only some remaining stable S7 which hashes just fine after the first few died out.

What do you mean by smoother?

Meaning it hashes days on end and chip status does not end up xxxxxx?

Fewer errors for the most part, and more reliable.  Some of those s9's are horrific on their reliability. 
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July 20, 2018, 12:26:22 AM
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+1 on the Avalons....although it took me awhile to figure out that [censored] raspberry pi!   That was one thing that the antminers had better IMO (but you had to do it for each machine).
Somehow I've been around for half a year and am just hearing that Antminers don't need a RPi to control it... Mind = Boom

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July 20, 2018, 12:43:08 AM
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Ya gotta admit it is nice having the OpenWRT real-time graphs to see actual data rates and where the connections are pointed at.
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Pretty amazing how low the actual speeds are Wink

I really missed those when Bitmain left OpenWRT and started using their knock off of  CGminer. Think the S4's were the last to use it?

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Fewer errors for the most part, and more reliable.  Some of those s9's are horrific on their reliability.  
And others refuse to die. Still have my only Batch-1, 2x batch-3's and a batch-5 along with a slew of others up to batch-25. When BM stopped accepting BTC I moved to Avalons and have not looked back since.

Think the earliest s9 that has had even a fan die is a batch-9. After that  batch- several hash board faliures and 2 fans, etc. Probably 1/2 of the s9's I have after batch 11 have been retired and replaced with the Avalons, the others get donor boards and controllers from the retired ones as-needed.

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Somehow I've been around for half a year and am just hearing that Antminers don't need a RPi to control it... Mind = Boom
That is/was their only nice thing. Pure plug&Play aside from just needing to enter user & pool info. However BM software is not exactly Open Source. Ja it *is* out there but...

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