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October 05, 2012, 01:34:42 AM
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The order number is roughly twice the amount of bASIC orders at any given time, the numbers get jumped up in between actual orders all day long

This is for a number of reasons:

1) We have been selling and shipping products on this web site since May
2) People abandon and create fake orders every day
3) Credit cards get declined
4) People try to order stuff with guest accounts and don't follow through

I will run a report tomorrow morning and find out exactly how many bASIC units have been sold and let you guys know but typically it has kept pretty true with the rule that the amount of bASIC units ordered is roughly half of the order # count that you get when you place an order.

Chip or board shortage is not really an issue - the only thing that will slow things down is the fact that these have to actually be unboxed - firmware loaded - reboxed with the accessories, postage printed out and shipped.

This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley


I wish I could take time off to do this, sounds somewhat fun =p
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October 05, 2012, 01:46:27 AM
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This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley

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October 05, 2012, 01:49:09 AM
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The order number is roughly twice the amount of bASIC orders at any given time, the numbers get jumped up in between actual orders all day long

This is for a number of reasons:

1) We have been selling and shipping products on this web site since May
2) People abandon and create fake orders every day
3) Credit cards get declined
4) People try to order stuff with guest accounts and don't follow through

I will run a report tomorrow morning and find out exactly how many bASIC units have been sold and let you guys know but typically it has kept pretty true with the rule that the amount of bASIC units ordered is roughly half of the order # count that you get when you place an order.

Chip or board shortage is not really an issue - the only thing that will slow things down is the fact that these have to actually be unboxed - firmware loaded - reboxed with the accessories, postage printed out and shipped.

This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley





Just make sure you serve the beer AFTER the shipments are prepared and sent each day.  Cheesy

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October 05, 2012, 01:59:33 AM
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The order number is roughly twice the amount of bASIC orders at any given time, the numbers get jumped up in between actual orders all day long

This is for a number of reasons:

1) We have been selling and shipping products on this web site since May
2) People abandon and create fake orders every day
3) Credit cards get declined
4) People try to order stuff with guest accounts and don't follow through

I will run a report tomorrow morning and find out exactly how many bASIC units have been sold and let you guys know but typically it has kept pretty true with the rule that the amount of bASIC units ordered is roughly half of the order # count that you get when you place an order.

Chip or board shortage is not really an issue - the only thing that will slow things down is the fact that these have to actually be unboxed - firmware loaded - reboxed with the accessories, postage printed out and shipped.

This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley





Just make sure you serve the beer AFTER the shipments are prepared and sent each day.  Cheesy

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LOL will do Smiley

btw: I consider myself to be pretty much caught up on emails and PM's right now - if you are still waiting for an email from me it means it got buried too deep and I missed it, so please resend the email to me right now and I will answer it right away - if you dont get an answer tonight you will get one in the morning

make sure you send to tom@btcfpga.com

thanks

btw: speaking of beer - its beer o clock right now and I know my wife is thinking its time for old tommy boy to quit work for the day

Ill be back in the AM. 
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October 05, 2012, 03:03:10 AM
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Hi Tom,

I've sent a third email but it seems to be getting lost.  I've also re pm'ed you as well.

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October 05, 2012, 03:15:31 AM
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Sounds Good

I answered about 200 emails the last couple of days Its very possible I missed a couple (all apologies)

get them resent and at the top of my email list and I will make sure they get responded to in in the morning

Also Stay tuned for some REAL Power Usage statistics.

Other competitors have posted that they have their final electrical usage, but they dont say where they determined this figure from and offer no evidence or even evidence from a simulation.

It's easy to throw a favorable number out there, much harder to actually meet that number. My production value electrical usage numbers will be competitive and will be available very soon (as soon as I have them) and when I give mine I will post them with verifiable evidence.


See you in the morning, have a great night and thank you

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October 05, 2012, 03:34:33 AM
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Have you decided if you will be shipping the bASIC miner with the 12V barrel adapter?
Thanks a lot for your answer.
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October 05, 2012, 04:12:41 AM
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Have you decided if you will be shipping the bASIC miner with the 12V barrel adapter?
Thanks a lot for your answer.



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I had conference calls with the both the board designer and ASIC fabricator today. After doing some thinking I have decided to go with both a molex and DC barrel jack connector this will allow for a lot of different kinds of setups without using adapters - you can simply just choose one or the other. At this point the change was inconsequential and only added a few cents added cost per board, which would be cheaper and simpler than getting adapters.

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I believe 12 V is mentioned in an earlier post.
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October 05, 2012, 04:18:09 AM
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Molex & 12V adapter are perfect indeed. Let see what the power usage statistics will be...
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October 05, 2012, 04:55:50 AM
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thanks for the update cablepair.  i hope its not too late to order around the 15th or 16th.  thats when i credit card cycle starts, i already put 5k on this months credit card.
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October 05, 2012, 06:29:23 AM
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This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley


I wish I could take time off to do this, sounds somewhat fun =p

Yeah,

if I were not so far away, Italy, I'd be applying in no time for this Smiley

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October 05, 2012, 07:39:46 AM
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This can be a lot of work when your talking 500+ units, this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) and have been recruiting people from the forum to come work for me for about a week to ten days to get the first wave of shipments out.

The pay will be reasonable and every night at quitting time the pizza and beer will be plentiful. It stands to be a pretty good time Smiley


I wish I could take time off to do this, sounds somewhat fun =p

Yeah,

if I were not so far away, Italy, I'd be applying in no time for this Smiley

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ditto from Australia - I have time but not the airfare Tongue

Hope Tom gets some good helpers, c'mon ppl you can help get this stuff out quicker Tongue

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October 05, 2012, 08:05:55 AM
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I would be willing to help.  You guys just have to convince Tom to move the operation from NY to central Florida.

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October 05, 2012, 09:40:45 AM
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...this is the reason I have rented 2000 square feet of office space (pictures coming soon!) ...

can't wait to see them! Cheesy

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October 05, 2012, 10:42:21 AM
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http://blockexplorer.com/testnet/address/mtLDA41NWe9rLm7nuMvAnTs2SbP49cz1ZR

Is this you, BFL, or someone who wants to connect huge hashrate to the testnet for no reason?  Cheesy
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October 05, 2012, 11:55:26 AM
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http://blockexplorer.com/testnet/address/mtLDA41NWe9rLm7nuMvAnTs2SbP49cz1ZR

Is this you, BFL, or someone who wants to connect huge hashrate to the testnet for no reason?  Cheesy
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October 05, 2012, 12:09:48 PM
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could also be someone just trying to mess with the community and stoke rumors.

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October 05, 2012, 12:24:30 PM
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This is so exciting , damn it Grin Grin

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October 05, 2012, 01:51:16 PM
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Just wondering if we have reached the cut off point for people receiving their orders in the first batch shipping yet?

Thanks and keep up the good work!
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October 05, 2012, 03:09:26 PM
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Still seeing the old size. FF 15.0.1
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