HI Robert sure my experience with the seller was 10/10 got the miners in record time. still think the interface needs work but it works very well dont fool around with the settings too much. just add your pool and mine away. the device literally has no heat our noise and its average hash rate is well above the advertised.Hello Raidbak, I plan to order 4 Ibelink384 miners in the next two weeks. Could your please send me an update of your mining experience once you start mining.
Would be great to hear from you.
Yes, the first batch will roll out tomorrow and I'm sure there are quite a few eager beaver's waiting for them. Herb replied yesterday and stated the method of payment is bitcoins, so I'll setup a bitcoin account on Monday. Miners are being shipped from the West Coast for $2,090. Rabinovitch, I hope this helps you.
Where are these miners going to be sold from? Is this Ibelink or is this Pinidea?
At least knowing where it's going to be sold would be helpful. The price quoted was exactly what the Ibelink is going for, hence why I asked for clarification.
I do all my x11 on nice hash hands down. And yes this is a Pineda thread so sorry for posting about ibelink here but seems like it is the only competion at the moment i am very excited and u am on both waiting lists. And the team in pinidea are very responsive and I belive they are going to put out a quality product the x11 race starts as soon as pinidea starts shipping and accepting orders.Thanks for getting back to me Raidbak, I really appreciate it. That sounds great, I've been watching the product since January of this year and the reviews have been awesome. I plan to use factory default settings or even lower the settings to mine at 350 Mhs consistently six days a week. My goal is to earn between $150 to $200 daily with the four miners combined. Is that realistic based on your current experience with your four miners? Could you recommend a couple of reliable pools for mining X11 coins. How does the X11 profit ROI compare to mining Dash. Thanks in advance.
I spent a little time developing air and water cooling systems for hybrid vehicle controllers. Just from this picture it looks like you need to direct the airflow through the fins on the heatsink. You can do this by adding a few metal fins pointing to the heatsink(basically blocking the space between the heatsink and case), or you can just add a few fans directly to the heatsink. I am sure you guys have a solution worked up, but that might be something to try.
So they will ship their miners tomorrow.
How to pay? What is the price? How to ship miners? How to make a reservation?