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May 27, 2014, 04:06:54 PM
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No dividends.

Okay everyone, that means it's time to dump your shares.  Quick!  Now's your chance to beat the rush.  Smiley
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May 27, 2014, 04:07:56 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?
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May 27, 2014, 04:15:16 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?
You can get 0,7W/GH on spondoolies sp10, but you need to clock it slower. So no, not really that much of an improvement.
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May 27, 2014, 04:19:04 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?
You can get 0,7W/GH on spondoolies sp10, but you need to clock it slower. So no, not really that much of an improvement.

I'm sure you can get 0,0 J/GH if you hand-crank it, but isn't that really besides the point? It's better to compare rated performance, i.e. the "normal" operating mode.
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May 27, 2014, 04:29:37 PM
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I'm sure you can get 0,0 J/GH if you hand-crank it, but isn't that really besides the point? It's better to compare rated performance, i.e. the "normal" operating mode.

I think you should put into the equation the calories burned while hand-cranking to get the right J/GH cost
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May 27, 2014, 04:57:24 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?

Deliver late July? Spondoolies will have SP30 then. The SP10 are mining since March. And SP10 can achieve 0.7W/GH too, nothing new.

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May 27, 2014, 05:03:00 PM
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I'm sure you can get 0,0 J/GH if you hand-crank it, but isn't that really besides the point? It's better to compare rated performance, i.e. the "normal" operating mode.

I think you should put into the equation the calories burned while hand-cranking to get the right J/GH cost

Do include what you had for breakfast also.
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May 27, 2014, 05:03:18 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?

Deliver late July? Spondoolies will have SP30 then. The SP10 are mining since March. And SP10 can achieve 0.7W/GH too, nothing new.

just seen SP30 batch is now sold out - there must be a reason for that  Roll Eyes
these AM rigs sound like they just gonna be the next Black Arrow X1 - seriously late to the party  Cheesy

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May 27, 2014, 05:06:13 PM
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70 more messages, the page of topic will reach 1000.
Is this topic the most popular in bitcointalk?
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May 27, 2014, 05:09:56 PM
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70 more messages, the page of topic will reach 1000.
Is this topic the most popular in bitcointalk?

Hardly: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.0

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May 27, 2014, 05:10:41 PM
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70 more messages, the page of topic will reach 1000.
Is this topic the most popular in bitcointalk?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.0

6000+ Pages

Anyways.. So should we expect FC's update today, tomorrow, or has it been postponed? Anyone in the loop?
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May 27, 2014, 05:11:23 PM
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70 more messages, the page of topic will reach 1000.
Is this topic the most popular in bitcointalk?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.0

6000+ Pages

Anyways.. So should we expect FC's update today, tomorrow, or has it been postponed? Anyone in the loop?


yes, there are people in the loop but they won't tell you what you want to hear


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May 27, 2014, 05:26:33 PM
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I'm not exactly sure what I want to hear. Just want to know if there will be an update.

  • High Div and/or Good Plan laid out for Q3/Q4 = Higher $/share. That might not be good for me.
  • Low Div and/or Bad/No Plan laid out for Q3/Q4 = Lower $/share. That might not be good for me.

Just remember FC saying that we should expect a report on May 27th, I think it is May 28th where he is now.
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May 27, 2014, 05:27:51 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?

Deliver late July? Spondoolies will have SP30 then. The SP10 are mining since March. And SP10 can achieve 0.7W/GH too, nothing new.

just seen SP30 batch is now sold out - there must be a reason for that  Roll Eyes
these AM rigs sound like they just gonna be the next Black Arrow X1 - seriously late to the party  Cheesy

You don't know what serious is.
Even if AM products are underperforming (which is not), it will still flood the market with their chips.
So while you get antsy because your miner gets gradually useless due to the increase of difficulty, we'll be swimming in dividends.
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May 27, 2014, 05:30:59 PM
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<snip> we'll be swimming in dividends.

aye, best of luck with that one.

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May 27, 2014, 06:24:15 PM
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2:01 was the last financial report release time.

What time zone  Huh

I'm pretty sure it offset it to EST.
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May 27, 2014, 06:53:30 PM
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 FYI there will be a weeping and gnashing of teeth beginning at 5 PM EDT, for those who want to synchronize Tongue
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May 27, 2014, 09:21:52 PM
Last edit: May 27, 2014, 10:06:39 PM by freedomno1
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For those wondering, here is the running count of currently known large batch AM chip buyers/manufacturers:

1) ROCKMiner (Link)
2) HashRatio (Link)
3) Lightning ASIC (Link)
4) BTC Garden (Link)
5) XBTec (Link)

It's nice we at least have a list for the running Tally but I wonder if Friedcat forgot he was supposed to post here as well with a state of affairs and not just verify the Chips being sent out by XBTec

Now for the joke he's waiting for page 1000 Guys XD

@ Frank 2nd link is down
Down for me must be localized
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May 27, 2014, 10:05:55 PM
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Quote from: XBTec
2. Power supply 1600W included. Power consumption about 0,75 Watt per Gh
If accurate, this is by far the most efficient miner we've seen made with the gen3 chips.

It's great they have managed improve the performance - this device beats Spoondoolies' performance (approx. 0.85-0.95 J/GH). Let's hope they can deliver on spec...

Edit: What's that website what has a comparison of all them miners?

Deliver late July? Spondoolies will have SP30 then. The SP10 are mining since March. And SP10 can achieve 0.7W/GH too, nothing new.

just seen SP30 batch is now sold out - there must be a reason for that  Roll Eyes
these AM rigs sound like they just gonna be the next Black Arrow X1 - seriously late to the party  Cheesy

You don't know what serious is.
Even if AM products are underperforming (which is not), it will still flood the market with their chips.
So while you get antsy because your miner gets gradually useless due to the increase of difficulty, we'll be swimming in dividends.
lateness due to rig "testing". I'm learning butterfly stroke.

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May 27, 2014, 10:17:13 PM
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