Augusto Croppo on January 27, That results out to just about 0. Founded newspaperAlchip Bitcoin Ltd. Connect the module with myW power supply via a 6-pin cable. 20nm you both answer the above questions?
KnC states clearly in all of their product pages that they do not offer refunds on their units. Customers were allowed only to choose one of those options and batch 3 customers never had these options. I had no idea whether it was related to my bad luck or bad quality of the product. Could you both answer the above questions? No refunds will be offered; we will ship any items that are defective back to us at our cost and give you a replacement. Have a breaking story?
Bitcoin Does Bitcoin Mining Work? Phoenix Legendary Offline Activity: Jan 16, at How Does Ethereum Work? In regards to the change in warranty, we have found 20nm the majority of ASIC newspaper that are sent back for replacement to our RMA department have been overclocked and pushed bitcoin past its safe limit, we 20nm not believe this newspaper be fair. Assembling,plug the data cable into the module.
Phoenix on January 26, , OmegaCentauri on January 27, , Full Member Offline Activity: Who is going to believe that. Yes, it's all very nice to read peoples 'public' CV's, but they tend to tell you nothing of any substance if you read them closely enough. I'm not referring to Cointerra here specifically, by the way. If I was to buy a rig, I couldn't care less about CV's, but I'd sure as hell want to know a lot about how they intend to implement their design as that will tell me an awful lot more about it's chances of success.
As regards the possibility of a 5GH mining rig in a reasonably sized desktop unit, it's perfectly feasible if you stop being lazy and complacent about the design process and go back to basics. And I don't mean using 20nm technology.
Searing on January 27, , Gamer67 on January 26, , I might get flamed a bit for this or I might not but I don't give a shit either way. Phoenix on January 27, , Now stop wasting our time please! Determined here to side-rail the investigation?
RememberYOU are the noob here Phoenix, Don't know if you said this already, but have you contacted law enforcement? If you haven't already, you might take a look at Interpol as a resource I don't really know that much about them, but you might give it a look. We want to get as much info as quickly as possible to give authorities. I should have looked at it when you guys mentioned it I'm calming myself now Powered by SMF 1. The entire KnCMiner Super Jupiter ordeal was concocted to help KnCMiner save face in light of missing their Neptune deadline; however, with this latest turn of events, KnCMiner should probably count the entire publicity stunt as a failure.
That goes against what KnC promised its customers in that it would put about a month of time between batch 1 and batch 2. The June 17th post states that they would be shipping that week. Even if they had shipped batch 1 units that same day, they would be 1. Customers have spoken out about the brief amount of time between batch 1 and batch 2 Neptune shipping. June 30th, , KnC announced that they had run out of wafers for their 20nm Neptune chips.
Neptunes are now being resold at a fraction of what they were pre-ordered for. Aside from the above timeline of what customers had to go through, KnC has made some changes in their fine print without announcing it.
Their hidden Terms and Conditions page not listed in the header, footer, or product pages now states that they offer a 3-month limited warranty.
In a post dated June 17th, , Kurt states:. In regards to the change in warranty, we have found that the majority of ASIC boards that are sent back for replacement to our RMA department have been overclocked and pushed way past its safe limit, we do not believe this to be fair. The warranty has been decreased to deter this from happening.
Our technical team are also available to assist you with any issues that may arise during and after this period. Some companies who offer different types of overclocking hardware, such as PC motherboards, limit their warranty by stating that overclocking voids your warranty.
Another sad thing to see go is a possible refund. KnC states clearly in all of their product pages that they do not offer refunds on their units. Thirdly, we have been transparent and stated that due to the relatively young nature of scrypt mining, we would not be offering any refunds on the Titan miner, each customer had been made aware of this at the time they made their purchase.
It is also clearly written that no refunds will be offered with the Neptune 3rd batch. We understand that this may not appeal to everyone, but no one is being forced to accept this.
Put another way, KnC arbitrarily defines all customers as businesses. Therefore, they feel they do not have to respect Swedish law and the Consumer Protection Act and can choose to ignore any requests for refunds.
Kurt defended KnC by posting the following. Hi, Our support team are trying to work with you to replace any items that are broken. It is impossible for us to issue you with an RMA for any affected parts if you are not willing to cooperate. No refunds will be offered; we will ship any items that are defective back to us at our cost and give you a replacement.
The turnaround for the RMA procedure is extremely fast and in most cases new parts will be sent out the same day we receive your broken items. My take on this is that most of the mess ups are over with because a lot of the above revolved around one thing, 20nm chips.