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November 04, 2012, 06:43:26 PM
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The more these guys pop up, the more i think to have done the right choose.

Think at what could happen in 2/3 weeks of mining without any competition except these 50Th/s tom is releasing.

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November 04, 2012, 08:00:09 PM
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Guys MeSarah is gone, and has been for a while, please quit re-quoting him and let it die.
You might even want to delete these last couple posts.
MeSarah posted today. In this thread.
Yes. And its been moved out of the thread. STOP AMPLIFYING IT.
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November 04, 2012, 08:16:24 PM
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Here is a good deal on a platinum rated PSU: http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=65712&vpn=EA%2D650%20Platinum&manufacture=Antec&promoid=1016

That's for the Americans. But the same deal is on the Canadian site  Grin

3 12V rails  Sad

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November 05, 2012, 03:40:28 PM
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Tom, hope you had a good weekend with the family. It's about a month now until we're expecting to ship, do you think you could give a quick update on what the status is of the project and how much of a buffer there is in your first week of December ship date?

Also, you've dropped several hints that the power consumption of the 54GH/s ASIC will be in the ballpark of 100W by posting the one photo (prior to its caption changing) and by claiming a 1000W PSU would run 8-10 54GH/s bASIC units easily. Could you confirm officially the power estimates at this point, or are you still waiting on more information? If not, can you at least confirm you'll be coming in around 100W?

Thanks
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November 05, 2012, 03:54:49 PM
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Also, I have a couple technical questions.
1. Will each die have an onboard temperature diode, and if not how will on-die temperature be read?
2. Will the mining software have control of the frequency similarly to the MMQ?
3. Will the POL convertor on the board be adjustable, or will it have a fixed voltage output?
4. Is the board far enough along that you can release details on the mounting holes and clearances for the heatsinks so those of us interested in watercooling can start shopping?
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November 05, 2012, 05:20:35 PM
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Also, I have a couple technical questions.
1. Will each die have an onboard temperature diode, and if not how will on-die temperature be read?
2. Will the mining software have control of the frequency similarly to the MMQ?
3. Will the POL convertor on the board be adjustable, or will it have a fixed voltage output?
4. Is the board far enough along that you can release details on the mounting holes and clearances for the heatsinks so those of us interested in watercooling can start shopping?
Why would one want watercooling on a device with this low thermal load, what are the benefits appart from longer item "life" ?
...I must be missing something here.

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November 05, 2012, 05:49:21 PM
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Also, I have a couple technical questions.
1. Will each die have an onboard temperature diode, and if not how will on-die temperature be read?
2. Will the mining software have control of the frequency similarly to the MMQ?
3. Will the POL convertor on the board be adjustable, or will it have a fixed voltage output?
4. Is the board far enough along that you can release details on the mounting holes and clearances for the heatsinks so those of us interested in watercooling can start shopping?
Why would one want watercooling on a device with this low thermal load, what are the benefits appart from longer item "life" ?
...I must be missing something here.

OC'ing? Hence why he asked #2 and #3
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November 05, 2012, 06:14:34 PM
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Do you have a plan of the board to show us? I'm guessing that the board will contains mounting holes in each corner. We know the board is 9x4 but what is the height of it with the fans?
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November 05, 2012, 06:15:45 PM
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Also, I have a couple technical questions.
1. Will each die have an onboard temperature diode, and if not how will on-die temperature be read?
2. Will the mining software have control of the frequency similarly to the MMQ?
3. Will the POL convertor on the board be adjustable, or will it have a fixed voltage output?
4. Is the board far enough along that you can release details on the mounting holes and clearances for the heatsinks so those of us interested in watercooling can start shopping?
Why would one want watercooling on a device with this low thermal load, what are the benefits appart from longer item "life" ?
...I must be missing something here.
The thermal load on the MMQ is even lower, and your hashrate will change between running at 35C and 45C.
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November 05, 2012, 06:30:37 PM
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Does anyone plan on using BAMT to run these ASICs? whats the likelihood it will work out of the box like it does with GPU and most FPGAs?
At current I'd guesstimate 0%, but it is propably possible to hack something together. We've been waiting for a fpga compatible bamt for a while now, I suppose it could be further along the way when it comes to asic compatability.

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November 05, 2012, 06:31:29 PM
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Does anyone plan on using BAMT to run these ASICs? whats the likelihood it will work out of the box like it does with GPU and most FPGAs?
Yes, cgminer will incorporate the protocol for bASIC and you can update cgminer on the BAMT distribution to include those changes.
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November 05, 2012, 06:35:05 PM
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Does anyone plan on using BAMT to run these ASICs? whats the likelihood it will work out of the box like it does with GPU and most FPGAs?
At current I'd guesstimate 0%, but it is propably possible to hack something together. We've been waiting for a fpga compatible bamt for a while now, I suppose it could be further along the way when it comes to asic compatability.

It's been there for a long time.
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November 05, 2012, 07:04:03 PM
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Does anyone plan on using BAMT to run these ASICs? whats the likelihood it will work out of the box like it does with GPU and most FPGAs?
Yes, cgminer will incorporate the protocol for bASIC and you can update cgminer on the BAMT distribution to include those changes.

Ok great, will BAMT fixer update cgminer, or is it a manual thing?

Totally different question:

Anyone not able to log into bitcoinasic.com with their order email + pass? password reset isnt even finding my email :O

this must be because you use your btcfpga account on bitcoinasic.com. bitcoinasic.com is for future preorders, btcfpga for your existing preorders on the upcoming batch.
maybe you should read on bamt threads about bamt, they even have FAQ and stuff

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November 05, 2012, 08:09:44 PM
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Does anyone plan on using BAMT to run these ASICs? whats the likelihood it will work out of the box like it does with GPU and most FPGAs?
Yes, cgminer will incorporate the protocol for bASIC and you can update cgminer on the BAMT distribution to include those changes.

Ok great, will BAMT fixer update cgminer, or is it a manual thing?

Totally different question:

Anyone not able to log into bitcoinasic.com with their order email + pass? password reset isnt even finding my email :O

this must be because you use your btcfpga account on bitcoinasic.com. bitcoinasic.com is for future preorders, btcfpga for your existing preorders on the upcoming batch.
maybe you should read on bamt threads about bamt, they even have FAQ and stuff

Thanks, i assumed he had merged the accounts.

I was looking to upgrade my shipping, i assumed $30 would be some decent shipping, what exactly is the service for the standard shipping does anyone know? dont know if its worth $60 for express, when i dont know what the default shipping is for $30 :-)
Tom said it was Priority Mail/Priority Mail International.
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November 05, 2012, 08:54:37 PM
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Maybe the policy for this thread can be changed to delete EVERYTHING that's not DIRECTLY related to Tom's products Smiley
I don't know about the local mining board moderators, but that is global forum policy. Thus, I have and will continue to enforce that whenever I'm around.
I think what Tom ought to do is write out his posts offline, copy them, and paste them two places.  One paste will be here.  The other will be pasted into a new thread titled "btcfpga updates" that would be locked immediately after he makes a new post.
Absolutely. I'm surprised that he hasn't done that already.

This will be my only off-topic post in this thread. Please behave, and remember that more than just the moderators you see are watching.

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November 05, 2012, 09:01:13 PM
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NEWS
I'm back for the week and wow looking at some of the posts it Makes me glad I was away for the weekend.

Thank you for the support for those who are not afraid to stand up to a bully.

for one thing YES as of right now we are still on schedule,

but we have lots of news we want to share with you and would like all customers to register an account on our new forum

We are also looking for moderators for the forum. To be a moderator you must be a customer.  All interested customers who would like to be moderators please email tom@btcfpga.com

I know some people have been waiting 3-4 days for an email response and I start working on those right away.



FORUM NOTICE
The new forum and our IRC channel (which has been in wide use for 6 moths btw) are now our official points of contacts.

Due to the constant lies, bullying and manipulation - This thread is now locked and officially closed, until further notice.

As always you can always call me 315-514-0269



BTW thank you SO MUCH to the moderators and staff who have worked very hard to keep the peace here.
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November 05, 2012, 09:47:05 PM
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NEW FORUM:


http://forum.btcfpga.com

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