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September 30, 2012, 12:39:46 AM
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I just ordered 8 of the 54Gh/s variety.  bit-pay has improve a lot since I used them for BFL.  I actually got confirmation that I paid!

You should have went for the terahash trifecta, it would have cost you about 10000 less than BFL.

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September 30, 2012, 12:46:24 AM
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Please make sure that the device returns solutions quickly (instead of waiting to complete the workunit) so p2pool can get some love from these new ASICs Smiley

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September 30, 2012, 01:54:38 AM
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Please make sure that the device returns solutions quickly (instead of waiting to complete the workunit) so p2pool can get some love from these new ASICs Smiley

The problem with not returning a share until the end of a nonce range will not be as big of an issue with higher hash speeds.

A BFL Single takes what, ~5 seconds to complete a nonce range and submit a share? With a 10 second window, this is pretty significant.

A 54GH/s ASIC will take less than 1/10 of a second to complete a nonce range and submit a share, so the effect on p2pool should be lower, even if it does work this way.

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September 30, 2012, 03:26:52 AM
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will there be a way to run these thru Tor?
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September 30, 2012, 03:59:26 AM
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will there be a way to run these thru Tor?
Eh?

You can run almost anything through tor.

cgminer also has various proxy options that also work with tor proxies

... though I'd wonder why anyone would mine through tor since it will increase network lag which will probably increase rejects, delay LP info etc

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September 30, 2012, 09:09:23 AM
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I've ordered 2 yesterday, however since that my cc company dosent allow me to pay so much in such a litle period of time I emailed Tom.

I hope he to respond tomorrow, lets see what happens.

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September 30, 2012, 11:40:56 AM
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I was initially leaning towards an Avalon but the latest announcement sealed the deal. Order placed.

On a side note, is there a cut-off date for the first batch shipped?

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September 30, 2012, 12:06:00 PM
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I was initially leaning towards an Avalon but the latest announcement sealed the deal. Order placed.

On a side note, is there a cut-off date for the first batch shipped?

Thanks

in light of all the news from both BFL and btcfpga, I am kicking around the idea at the moment of deciding the same thing!  hell I may just buy one of each, diversify and such Cheesy

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September 30, 2012, 12:14:28 PM
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Also I have some other really great news.

We originally commissioned to have two nearly identical boards designed, one with enough ASIC chips to equal 27Gh/s and another board with the same setup except to accommodate twice that number of ASIC chips or 54Gh/s


After going over the financials today I think it makes sense to change the 1069.99 unit to the 54Gh/s model and sell the design originally intended for 27Gh/s at 599.99

Which means if you currently have purchased a 27Gh/s model it is now a unit capable of a minimum of 54Gh/s


Wow! Immense Cheesy
Count me in for more orders soon Smiley

Now after you get the device finished if you guys could also design and mfg a case for it too as accessory, that would be sweet! Wink
Potentially someting which not only looks cool but allows good cooling as option, ie. adding a fan say 80x80 low rpm low wattage one.

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September 30, 2012, 12:29:13 PM
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Interesting comparing bASIC's new pricing with the competitions new pricing, bASIC still wins on performance/price using the 54GH/s device to compare, or even 28 of them to compare to 1.5TH/s Smiley

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September 30, 2012, 12:45:38 PM
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Cablepair,

Will bASICs work under Win7 64bit?

My understanding DC power adopter is not included? any recommendations or specs which dc adopter best fit for these bASICs, specifically 27G unit?  is it 12V at 5amp? and what kind of barrel is required?

thanks
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September 30, 2012, 01:55:38 PM
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it'd be a fun project to make your own PSU for these

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September 30, 2012, 02:33:39 PM
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will there be a way to run these thru Tor?
Eh?

You can run almost anything through tor.

cgminer also has various proxy options that also work with tor proxies

... though I'd wonder why anyone would mine through tor since it will increase network lag which will probably increase rejects, delay LP info etc

my concern for anyone buying enough of these is that he'd attract the attention, via IP, of hackers or DDoS attacks as what's happened to Deepbit. 
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September 30, 2012, 03:08:17 PM
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If you are mining at home and you DO get hit by a DDoS, generally all it takes is a MAC change on your computer or router to get a new IP.

Now if you have a static IP as part of a hosting agreement or something it might be harder to escape, like Deepbit has been seeing. The DDoS attacks have been against the centrally located Pool servers, not the miners.

If you are worried about DDoS, use P2Pool yourself or if you have a high enough hashrate there are private pools operated by several of the majors. I know BTCGuild has a private DNS entry available to some, although with the Stratum switchover I believe that they are passing all actual pool traffic to the same IP.

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September 30, 2012, 03:13:39 PM
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If you are mining at home and you DO get hit by a DDoS, generally all it takes is a MAC change on your computer or router to get a new IP.

Now if you have a static IP as part of a hosting agreement or something it might be harder to escape, like Deepbit has been seeing. The DDoS attacks have been against the centrally located Pool servers, not the miners.

If you are worried about DDoS, use P2Pool yourself or if you have a high enough hashrate there are private pools operated by several of the majors. I know BTCGuild has a private DNS entry available to some, although with the Stratum switchover I believe that they are passing all actual pool traffic to the same IP.
Well ... unless the pool gives out IP address (or someone hacks the pool and watches for your IP address - or some evil service provider tracks the pools traffic and gives the details away) I can't see how anyone but the pool OP would know your IP from mining on a normal pool

If you use P2Pool then yes anyone else on P2Pool can get your IP address

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September 30, 2012, 03:25:49 PM
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Cablepair said in another thread he already had taped out and cut wafers, if all were waiting on is the pcbs we should have these extremely quickly. Probably even before bfl.

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September 30, 2012, 04:25:26 PM
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Cablepair said in another thread he already had taped out and cut wafers, if all were waiting on is the pcbs we should have these extremely quickly. Probably even before bfl.

In this very thread he expected to have prototypes to the software developers in Oct so I anticipate a Nov/Dec launch. Hoping for even earlier though!
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September 30, 2012, 04:30:00 PM
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Cablepair,

Will bASICs work under Win7 64bit?

My understanding DC power adopter is not included? any recommendations or specs which dc adopter best fit for these bASICs, specifically 27G unit?  is it 12V at 5amp? and what kind of barrel is required?

thanks

He hasn't released any power information yet, except for the connectors (Molex and DC barrel type). Based on these connectors, I can't see power exceeding 70-80watts.

As for OS, since he has supported Win7 64bit with his FPGA's, I can definitely see he'll support it for his ASIC's.

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September 30, 2012, 05:09:48 PM
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54Gh/s bASIC NextGen Bitcoin Miner at USD  1070 ? wow. gonna get in a few orders once my cash is out! thanks.

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October 01, 2012, 12:21:17 AM
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Just wanted to let everyone know I just got back into town

a bit jet lagged and tired as hell, so not going to do much tonight

I will start answering emails in the morning (promise) and will get all caught up on those inquires tomorrow.


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