Note that the line under the cgminer accepts/rejects means some of your chips aren't working. A fully working unit would look like:
It is what it is. All I can say is the pool reports 500MH and cgminer reports 500MH now with everything working right.How can it be at all?..
Chips have a huge heatsink over them that I don't want to remove and risk damage. I guess you could buy one and take it apart.Seems pretty interesting, what is printed on the surface of the Chips ? Are those FPGA's or really ASIC's ?
https://github.com/PinIdea/ASIC-X11-Miner don't include source codes, where are the source codes?Just want to say pinidea did have issues with shipping but they are putting ibelink to shame with their updates and active support. The miner does have some quips, but their software is open source and the hardware is about 2x the efficiency of ibelink. pinidea is definitely showing themselves to be the better people here. Also no evidence of self mining.
Ah, no I didn't. I also don't see anything besides that and specs.md
Looks like you're right, let's see if Soleo can get the source up there
The repo is mainly for `Documentation, Instructions, Tutorials and Binaries for ASIC X11 Miners` as you see in the description. We didn't mention anything about source code here. Using repo to keep track of documentations are very common in Open Source Community in case you don't know that. We have never intended to trick anyone to believe that we're open sourcing the code in this release. However, I did mention it in our communication with our users that we want to open source the codebase once we reached the point that the codebase is stable, maintainable by others. And I also mentioned we didn't have a timeline for open sourcing it and it is not going to happen in this release.When/how share the source code is based on each manufacturer strategy. But just upload some unvalued info and say to everyone "we have open source". I think that is the shame.
We're trying to resolve the issue regarding to the shipping issue currently and not going to process any orders for now. And yes, we won't be able to sell large amount of equipments. But you'll hear from me once we figure out our current orders.Good day! How can you even talk? email do not answer, do not answer on the phone, we want to buy a large amount of equipment!
Like I said before, we have to put our current users in priority first. And we have limited man power, and not going to attempt multi-tasking for now. All new orders are on hold now.we have an office in Shenzhen, we can come and buy a sample! what address to come?
It didn't work so well with the fixed diff. Something wonky with it but works well with the VarDiff. No way to monitor worker hashrate history?Don't want to hijack this thread, but I had some folks asking for a modified pool according to the requirements for this miner, I just reconfigured/adapted the Stratum ports of https://dash.suprnova.cc to meet the requirements of the miner and also added some static Diff Ports:
Port : Diff
I doubt just use the VarDiff port, but i'd assume fixed diff of 32 or 64, or maybe even 128 should work fine.
Let me know if you see any improvement over all.
Ah good to hear, here is the link to your stats:It didn't work so well with the fixed diff. Something wonky with it but works well with the VarDiff. No way to monitor worker hashrate history?