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June 16, 2012, 05:20:54 PM
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We do not hold product back for unnecessary burn time.

Translation: Quit ur bitchin!

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June 16, 2012, 06:10:50 PM
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What did people think? They test them on testnet? Why would they do that? IMO, the fact that they're tested by mining real Bitcoins is obvious :p

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June 16, 2012, 07:48:11 PM
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Great. Now they are going to hide their account details on that pool....


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June 17, 2012, 01:18:15 AM
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I guess we can start noting that just like the 832 Mh/s of the singles (which yields 816 Mh/s avg).  The individual cards seem to max our at 1492 Mh/s and will yield something nearer 1462 Mh/s.

So 25.2 Gh/s turns into 24.8 Gh/s...

Not sure where all the talk about over performing by 1 Gh/s is coming from.  They did do well on the power side, however....  Grin


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June 17, 2012, 03:43:55 AM
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I guess we can start noting that just like the 832 Mh/s of the singles (which yields 816 Mh/s avg).  The individual cards seem to max our at 1492 Mh/s and will yield something nearer 1462 Mh/s.

So 25.2 Gh/s turns into 24.8 Gh/s...

Not sure where all the talk about over performing by 1 Gh/s is coming from.  They did do well on the power side, however....  Grin



aye, I arrived at this number; 24526.24  on the max speed side.

I did so by counting the 14 shown on screen. 4 of which are at 1316 and the other 10 at 1492 max. That's roughly 28% of them at that 1316 speed. 28% of 17 = 4.76.  17 - 4.76 = 12.24

4.76*1316 = 6264~
12.24*1492 = 18262~

6264+18262 = 24,526~

The numbers he was reporting as being 1GH+ were from the average listed at the top of cgminer which is not very accurate in certain cases.

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June 17, 2012, 10:44:07 AM
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Yes - The 5 sec average is not the average  Grin

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June 17, 2012, 11:56:09 AM
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Better they test them roughly on the network than sending them to custermers who then have to be betas ....

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June 18, 2012, 01:21:10 PM
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I am a minirig customer, and I say they can test, burn , mine or whatever they like to do to test the rigs before they send me, they have me blessings Smiley
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June 18, 2012, 01:44:39 PM
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I am a minirig customer, and I say they can test, burn , mine or whatever they like to do to test the rigs before they send me, they have me blessings Smiley

You ordered six, right? Have you got them already?
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June 18, 2012, 10:15:31 PM
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I'll get em soon  Grin
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June 19, 2012, 01:20:50 AM
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WOW. They really are making a boat load of $$$ these dudes.

So far it looks like they made 440 BTC or 2800 USD off the rig just by testing Huh

15 000 000 / 362 utility = Looks like they mined for 30 days straight !!!

to be fair to them it is quite possible that they use the same login for all their testing?

I also thought about that but then if they had same account for all devices how would they see rejects and stuff from the pool side Huh

Anyway, it looks like they make quite a lot just mining by themselves. 14 million shares is not nothing.

Also, seems Inaba is in on this game. Easyminer comes with EMC pool installed, they use his pool for testing.

This looks very dodgy to me but what do I know.

Yes Inaba is clearly in league with Satan BFL.

He will be here any minute screeching his support via long walls of text.


I am a minirig customer, and I say they can test, burn , mine or whatever they like to do to test the rigs before they send me, they have me blessings Smiley

Hey looks its Inaba's sock puppet - you can ask him any questions but every answer is the same "I invested $$$$, you're an idiot for not trusting BFL"

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June 19, 2012, 01:37:51 AM
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IMO, they like Inaba/EclipseMC because they offer automatic PayPal conversion. That's a killer feature for a lot of miners, I bet. Guess who are BFL's customers? Miners.

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June 19, 2012, 01:42:12 AM
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I fucking knew it! On page one, before I even clicked on page two, once I saw that there was evidence of BFL using Inaba's pool, I knew that mem would start another shitstorm.

Alright guys, I'll give you a run down what normally happens:
>Inaba has encountered a wild mem
>Inaba uses Logic
>mem counters his attack with Ignore Logic
>It's super effective!
>mem uses Rage
>...It's not very effective.
>Inaba uses Run...
>...got away safely.

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June 20, 2012, 11:00:34 PM
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I am a minirig customer, and I say they can test, burn , mine or whatever they like to do to test the rigs before they send me, they have me blessings Smiley

Hey looks its Inaba's sock puppet - you can ask him any questions but every answer is the same "I invested $$$$, you're an idiot for not trusting BFL"
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just quoting because I am unable to find anything logical to write here
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