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June 27, 2015, 09:04:09 PM
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Calm down, gentlemen. We'll have no cheating here.

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June 27, 2015, 11:26:26 PM
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Also, mostly because I can, I just rolled all nine sticks up to around 665mV and 225MHz (12.375GH) for about 111GH total (1.036 AM Blade backplanes) and since it's fairly monolithic at this point I'm gonna take it home and run it in the AC until Monday morning. I've also got a bit better fan on it (than the one stolen out of an old AM Cube).

And may I say, when cgminer fires up and enumerates all them sticks in order, one at a time, and then BAM starts mining on all of them simultaneously, the lights are oh so pretty. Makes me wish I had a longer hub so I could run all 11 functional sticks together and get slightly more sex appeal out of it. In any case it's really cool to know that I'm the only guy in the world that's actually seen what I'm looking at right now. Another month or six weeks and some of y'all can have the same experience but right now it's MINE ALL MINE and I'm gonna relish it.

Anyway, it's running on the Pi (Minera 5 or something) and the pools are all set up so it should auto-start and default to the 1BURGER if the Pi trips out and restarts.


Additionally, it's past Friday. We've heard from the overdue-invoice guys that "the check is in the mail" but I haven't seen it yet. This means I need to investigate the path of short-term loans to field the rest of the chip order that I wanted to have paid for TWO WEEKS AGO. Looks like right now I am 10BTC short. Anyone interested in helping meet that need on a one- to two-week payback period, PM and we can get this taken care of.

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Currently in development - 20-120GH USB stick; 700GH 75W pod; 4TH volt-adjustable S1/3/5 upgrade kit
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June 27, 2015, 11:33:44 PM
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... Makes me wish I had a longer hub so I could run all 11 functional sticks together and get slightly more sex appeal out of it...

A bit like so you mean? Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=523063.msg6720329#msg6720329

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June 27, 2015, 11:37:53 PM
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Not really. Mine are all lined up so the lights play off adjacent sticks and heatsinks all in a row. That is a pretty fancy rig you got there though.

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June 27, 2015, 11:54:51 PM
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Also, mostly because I can, I just rolled all nine sticks up to around 665mV and 225MHz (12.375GH) for about 111GH total (1.036 AM Blade backplanes) and since it's fairly monolithic at this point I'm gonna take it home and run it in the AC until Monday morning. I've also got a bit better fan on it (than the one stolen out of an old AM Cube).

And may I say, when cgminer fires up and enumerates all them sticks in order, one at a time, and then BAM starts mining on all of them simultaneously, the lights are oh so pretty. Makes me wish I had a longer hub so I could run all 11 functional sticks together and get slightly more sex appeal out of it. In any case it's really cool to know that I'm the only guy in the world that's actually seen what I'm looking at right now. Another month or six weeks and some of y'all can have the same experience but right now it's MINE ALL MINE and I'm gonna relish it.

Anyway, it's running on the Pi (Minera 5 or something) and the pools are all set up so it should auto-start and default to the 1BURGER if the Pi trips out and restarts.


Additionally, it's past Friday. We've heard from the overdue-invoice guys that "the check is in the mail" but I haven't seen it yet. This means I need to investigate the path of short-term loans to field the rest of the chip order that I wanted to have paid for TWO WEEKS AGO. Looks like right now I am 10BTC short. Anyone interested in helping meet that need on a one- to two-week payback period, PM and we can get this taken care of.

I pm'd you  a few minutes ago on this.

https://blockchain.info/address/1BURGERAXHH6Yi6LRybRJK7ybEm5m5HwTr

https://blockchain.info/tx/a1afcf84a74e4acf96b2d4137ec45fda53e2d738c9b1befb38da41a5885f574b


from my coinbase account 1btc.



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June 28, 2015, 12:45:45 AM
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Also, mostly because I can, I just rolled all nine sticks up to around 665mV and 225MHz (12.375GH) for about 111GH total (1.036 AM Blade backplanes) and since it's fairly monolithic at this point I'm gonna take it home and run it in the AC until Monday morning. I've also got a bit better fan on it (than the one stolen out of an old AM Cube).

And may I say, when cgminer fires up and enumerates all them sticks in order, one at a time, and then BAM starts mining on all of them simultaneously, the lights are oh so pretty. Makes me wish I had a longer hub so I could run all 11 functional sticks together and get slightly more sex appeal out of it. In any case it's really cool to know that I'm the only guy in the world that's actually seen what I'm looking at right now. Another month or six weeks and some of y'all can have the same experience but right now it's MINE ALL MINE and I'm gonna relish it.

Anyway, it's running on the Pi (Minera 5 or something) and the pools are all set up so it should auto-start and default to the 1BURGER if the Pi trips out and restarts.


Additionally, it's past Friday. We've heard from the overdue-invoice guys that "the check is in the mail" but I haven't seen it yet. This means I need to investigate the path of short-term loans to field the rest of the chip order that I wanted to have paid for TWO WEEKS AGO. Looks like right now I am 10BTC short. Anyone interested in helping meet that need on a one- to two-week payback period, PM and we can get this taken care of.

Quote in bold: Ain't it the coolest thing in anything creative, be it science or engineering?
A: yes, it is.

Edit: as per PM, sent two BTC from coinbase as well.
https://blockchain.info/tx/c37be6455f0a448f8a39667e8e62288bd558165d630c0b2b94dfa17d4c1974c6
https://blockchain.info/address/1BURGERAXHH6Yi6LRybRJK7ybEm5m5HwTr
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June 28, 2015, 02:48:10 AM
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Yeah no one likes to pay for design and creation.

I am waiting for a second coin to clear will send a little later today.

second coin sent

https://blockchain.info/tx/0a01e594ffc9013db0ab9ef8fd61b6013d5097266fb88085ab265af2ee1856c8


https://blockchain.info/address/1BURGERAXHH6Yi6LRybRJK7ybEm5m5HwTr

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June 28, 2015, 03:19:48 AM
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Sweet!!  Grin

So is that a calibrated piece of dimensional spruce? LOL
Looks alot like our test bench.

Don't see a trimmer pot for Vcore, course then my eye sight ain't so good.
Doing that in S/W?

Think I'd send one on over to Germany, and pass the addiction on into Europe.

Can't wait to see what ya' do with the 18 chip version.

Still in for 2 of the sticks when you get a round-2-it.


the bottom corner appears to have a pot like mine did:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1086011.msg11730704#msg11730704

Sweet!
Thanks for the pic.





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June 28, 2015, 04:07:40 AM
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I`m from germany too Grin

How to get these miners?
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June 28, 2015, 04:17:54 AM
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Also, mostly because I can, I just rolled all nine sticks up to around 665mV and 225MHz (12.375GH) for about 111GH total (1.036 AM Blade backplanes) and since it's fairly monolithic at this point I'm gonna take it home and run it in the AC until Monday morning. I've also got a bit better fan on it (than the one stolen out of an old AM Cube).

>100GH out of some usb sticks, I love it!

For fun I have 4 stick miners, but only 8GH total.  I see an upgrade in my future...
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June 28, 2015, 04:34:15 AM
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Yeah one of these would do 8GH just about off stock USB power. I'm digging it so far. Hopefully this coming week I can find some time to start 18-board testing, but I have a lot of manufacturing to do as well.

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June 28, 2015, 04:38:17 AM
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Yeah one of these would do 8GH just about off stock USB power. I'm digging it so far. Hopefully this coming week I can find some time to start 18-board testing, but I have a lot of manufacturing to do as well.

Thanks and again I think from us all we appreciate your efforts! Smiley

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June 28, 2015, 05:28:20 AM
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Well folks, looks like the need is met. I'm waiting to hear back from Bitmain for a last confirmation before sending coin across to finalize the sale. Hopefully that gets done in the next day. Monday I'll be shipping out the eight final-prototype sticks to the test guys, and once most of them have gotten a chance to play with 'em and post opinions we'll get to work.

But right now it's bedtime. Thanks everyone.

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June 28, 2015, 07:12:48 AM
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Enjoy the blinky lights, even with your eyes closed!  Smiley

Let me know when and where to order one. I really like my SP20, but it's got all the sex appeal of a very long toaster.
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June 28, 2015, 07:16:21 AM
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Enjoy the blinky lights, even with your eyes closed!  Smiley

Let me know when and where to order one. I really like my SP20, but it's got all the sex appeal of a very long toaster.

Hey watch it.....I don't make 'eye contact' with my KNC Titan(s) in the Basement.......they will take ANY opportunity to
to try and 'brick' themselves' into a Toaster or the sweet release of 'doorstop/spaceheaters'........so I envy you Smiley

(hope your Sp20 does not get negative vibes off of you...it is bad...the Titan(s) can sense my fear........help me!) Sad

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June 28, 2015, 11:11:41 AM
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Also, mostly because I can, I just rolled all nine sticks up to around 665mV and 225MHz (12.375GH) for about 111GH total (1.036 AM Blade backplanes) and since it's fairly monolithic at this point I'm gonna take it home and run it in the AC until Monday morning. I've also got a bit better fan on it (than the one stolen out of an old AM Cube).

>100GH out of some usb sticks, I love it!

For fun I have 4 stick miners, but only 8GH total.  I see an upgrade in my future...

I could see myself running 10 of these with a pair of boards on the side.

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June 28, 2015, 12:58:27 PM
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Enjoy the blinky lights, even with your eyes closed!  Smiley

Let me know when and where to order one. I really like my SP20, but it's got all the sex appeal of a very long toaster.

Funny you should say that, because I kinda have a thing for toasters.  Wink

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June 28, 2015, 01:30:58 PM
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Well folks, looks like the need is met. I'm waiting to hear back from Bitmain for a last confirmation before sending coin across to finalize the sale. Hopefully that gets done in the next day. Monday I'll be shipping out the eight final-prototype sticks to the test guys, and once most of them have gotten a chance to play with 'em and post opinions we'll get to work.

But right now it's bedtime. Thanks everyone.
This makes me happy.  Grin Thank you for your work.
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June 28, 2015, 07:33:18 PM
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Enjoy the blinky lights, even with your eyes closed!  Smiley

Let me know when and where to order one. I really like my SP20, but it's got all the sex appeal of a very long toaster.

Funny you should say that, because I kinda have a thing for toasters.  Wink

Shiny Chrome, well then sure. But dull anodized aluminum? I have my standards!  Smiley
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June 28, 2015, 08:03:38 PM
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My toaster is pretty shiny. Also a double-wall wide four-slot with dual digital timers, click-lock pull-out crumb trays and a "bagle" button that only heats the inside elements (which is great for buns too). Be better if it were six-slice (I really like toast) but you know, whatever it's still pretty great.

Also looks like the Pi locked up on me after a while. All lights were on (no network activity, just solid LEDs), unresponsive on SSH and cgminer wasn't running. Power cycle brought it right back. I'm not too familiar with 'em, really, but is there any kind of watchdog timer to automatically reboot should that happen again? Other than that huccup, the 225MHz sticks have been running great. I should probably have been more thorough with core voltage testing (I basically raised it until I saw no errors in a two-minute sample) because errors are still higher than I'd like (HW 365, A 180K) but actually it's not terrible for what's being done.

Selling seconds 2Pacs for a friend's med bills - PM for details
Currently in development - 20-120GH USB stick; 700GH 75W pod; 4TH volt-adjustable S1/3/5 upgrade kit
Server PSU interface boards and cables. USB and small-scale miners. Hardware hosting, advice and odd-jobs. Supporting the home miner community since 2013 - http://www.gekkoscience.com
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