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June 14, 2012, 10:15:21 PM
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Has anyone received their boards yet? I got a shipping number dated June 9th, but the info on the page has not been updated at all.

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June 14, 2012, 10:18:03 PM
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2 days and I reach the 4 weeks deadline for a 9% refund of my order.

Made the order may 20, no shipping or any info since that:(

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June 14, 2012, 10:40:57 PM
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I checked some tracking numbers today and the first units are set to hit the wild tomorrow , hopefully the gents who receive them post pics and show them off here , we are shipping. Units every day , please be patient you will all have your units very soon , if anyone is due a refund please email tom@btcfpga.com to collect it . I know you are all excited to receive your units     Please do not worry they are on the way ! Smiley
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June 15, 2012, 02:26:30 AM
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....and we are back on track. New design.

Is there enough space between the cards to mount the old-style passive coolers ? (to use in conjunction with a 120mm side-blowing fan) or are the new fans recommended ?

(to run this type of setup with multiple units, sandwiching fans)

kinda like this....you get the idea though....




Are the new fans fairly quiet ?

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June 15, 2012, 02:33:29 AM
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I removed all my posts about you in this thread


and I think you hit on something really important here

we are too much alike Tongue


Have a good night bro Smiley I too hold no ill will against you and I sincerely apologize if I was disrespectful.

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June 15, 2012, 02:48:50 AM
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....and we are back on track. New design.

Is there enough space between the cards to mount the old-style passive coolers ? (to use in conjunction with a 120mm side-blowing fan) or are the new fans recommended ?

(to run this type of setup with multiple units, sandwiching fans)

kinda like this....you get the idea though....




Are the new fans fairly quiet ?

yes and if anyone wants to request the old-style passive coolers instead of the new fans I would be happy to oblige

and to answer your question these new fans are practically silent

stay tuned based on the tracking numbers I checked today we should have some customer reviews either tomorrow or the day after




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June 15, 2012, 02:50:22 AM
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Sorry for the crappy Windows Paint attempt at what I was trying to say...LOL

At least you understood what I meant.

Everything answered perfectly...

yes and if anyone wants to request the old-style passive coolers instead of the new fans I would be happy to oblige

and to answer your question these new fans are practically silent


Perhaps next time, I will start out with a less abrasive sounding question...LOL

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June 15, 2012, 02:50:43 AM
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I think I officially just shed a tear or 2 once I saw this re-design....I really liked the idea of using a single 120mm fan on the side of a 'stack' or similar....using the previous design/model.


The spacing looks different because chips 1&2 are now closer to the end, and that opened up a space in the middle - a few pages back the diagram of the PCB shows the spacing is still the same (roughly).
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June 15, 2012, 02:55:18 AM
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I think I officially just shed a tear or 2 once I saw this re-design....I really liked the idea of using a single 120mm fan on the side of a 'stack' or similar....using the previous design/model.


The spacing looks different because chips 1&2 are now closer to the end, and that opened up a space in the middle - a few pages back the diagram of the PCB shows the spacing is still the same (roughly).


there is more spacing in the middle

but the space between chips 1-2 and 3-4 is basically the same as the original ModMiner design.

I actually have a half breed mod miner hashing away on my desk right now

it has the new back plane design but has the old spartan chips plugged in with the black heat sinks
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June 15, 2012, 09:12:37 PM
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Just wondering when is the next units shipping as I ordered a couple of weeks ago and was wondering?


We're still waiting on getting them from the manufacturer. The boards will ship shortly after we receive them. I see you ordered 1 backplane and 1 Spartan 6 daughter board 9 days ago on 5/14/12. Note that we guarantee our boards will be shipped out within 30 days of the purchase date or we will refund 9% of the final cost.

So now with no board turning up can I claim a refund for the 9%? It is now 32 days? Saying it has shipped when the post office has not updated the status is not good enough.
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June 15, 2012, 09:52:54 PM
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Filharvey your unit HAS shipped I saw to it personally, if you are due a late ship refund please email me tom@btcfpga.com
and we can discuss this

please check your tracking number it should have updated

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According to the tracking info your unit is scheduled to be delivered in June 18th
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June 15, 2012, 10:16:10 PM
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NOTE ON SHIPPING:

All orders who are in their fourth or fifth week since they placed their order have been shipped and are currently track-able with some exceptions like certain international shipments where tracking is very poor.

Anyone who's item did not ship before the fifth week since they placed their order is due for a 9% discount, if you believe you are due a discount please email tom@btcfpga.com and I will do my best to process it in a timely fashion.

We thank you so much for being patient with us, we currently have a very small operation with a very large work load and it makes it difficult to build and test units in a timely fashion. With that being said we are currently looking into outsourcing some soldering and some other parts of the manufacturing process to speed up order shipment times greatly.

Until then we will continue to work diligently every day to built and test units and get them out to our customers, and we will continue to honor the 2-4 week shipping guarantee. We are shipping every single day and we will continue to do so. If you have any problems at all with your shipments / tracking numbers please email me tom@btcfpga.com and I will handle it immediately. I am usually available for customer support from 9am-9pm EST on email or feel free to contact me on skype at btcwebhost

Thank you so much you guys are the best customers in the world and I cannot wait to see some show off pics being posted in the next couple days from proud owners finally getting their units!

-Tom



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June 15, 2012, 10:25:30 PM
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Filharvey your unit HAS shipped I saw to it personally, if you are due a late ship refund please email me tom@btcfpga.com
and we can discuss this

please check your tracking number it should have updated

**just checked it***

According to the tracking info your unit is scheduled to be delivered in June 18th

Thanks,

Just checked, and it is now showing shipping details. Monday it is :-)

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June 15, 2012, 10:30:43 PM
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Your welcome fil and I really hope you enjoy your unit when it gets there monday
thanks!
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June 15, 2012, 10:50:33 PM
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What is the expected date of my other child boards? Any idea yet?

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June 17, 2012, 04:14:23 PM
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What is the expected date of my other child boards? Any idea yet?

Phil

Hey Phil,

Probably this week

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June 18, 2012, 08:48:35 PM
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If you are running windows and Need drivers for the ModMiner Quad you can find them here:

http://btcwebhost.com/~cablepair/Win7_64.zip

Installing the drivers is pretty easy basically just unzip that file somewhere like your desktop and when you plug in the mod miner quad select to browse to the driver location or alternatively go into device manager / right click and click update driver and browse to the location


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June 18, 2012, 09:45:47 PM
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If you are running windows and Need drivers for the ModMiner Quad you can find them here:

http://btcwebhost.com/~cablepair/Win7_64.zip

Installing the drivers is pretty easy basically just unzip that file somewhere like your desktop and when you plug in the mod miner quad select to browse to the driver location or alternatively go into device manager / right click and click update driver and browse to the location




I'm sure you've had experience with this during development but does the driver for the ModMiner conflict with the driver for a BFL single? In other words, can they both be run on the same system?
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June 18, 2012, 10:17:14 PM
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K, I'm having issues with cgminer not seeing the device. The device says it is all installed ok. And under devices can see ModMiner Quad.

Phil
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June 18, 2012, 10:19:55 PM
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Anyway here it is, a single child board.

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