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ASICMiner Block Eruptor Cube 30-38Gh/s

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  • Speeds of 31Gh/s-38Gh/s
  • Easy Over-Clocking, with low HW errors.
  • 120mm Fan For Cooling.
  • Consist of Five mini ASICMINER blades.
  • Stackable and scalable Design!
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  • ASIN: B00H7VSY7G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #222,281 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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New Block Erupter Cube unit, with speeds of 31Gh/s-38Gh/s when over-clocked. Easily over-clockable! Uses two 6 pin PCI-e connectors for power. Great way to get into mining, or too add on to any mining Rig!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Grant on December 25, 2013
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Great value for current mining difficulty levels. However, we did buy one unit that arrived with screws loose inside the unit, the cards were not seated, and a heatsink was not attached. We have to disassemble and reassemble the unit, which actually was rather fun.

Once complete, we tried:
btcguild at 30ghash. Check.
btcguild at 37ghash. CHECK!
bitminter at 30ghash. Check.
bitminter at 37ghash. CHECK!

These are nifty and work very very well! We are buying MORE!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Turner on January 14, 2014
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Both of the cubes arrived non-functional due to assembly problems.

Both had completely loose heat sinks and most of the rest of the heat sinks had loose screws. I had to tear both units completely down and reassemble them using Lock Tite on the heat sink screws this time. I also properly inserted the motherboards which I think was the cause for the heat sinks becoming so loose.

Both units powered up and are happily producing 39GHps into Slush's pool.

I am using a Corsair RM850 power supply which looks to be capable of powering three over clocked cubes. The fully modular wiring makes using it for powering the cube's very clean.

How I setup the cubes:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina (late 2013)
Thunderbolt to Ethernet adaptor
Regular cat 5 patch cable

Plug in MacBook Pro and configure it to 192.168.1.1 on the thunderbolt adapter.
Http to 192.168.1.254:8000 and configure the unit

One note, you need to save settings after pushing the clock button to overclock.

Jones Gear is incredibly quick on shipping. Units were well packaged even if they did arrive partially disassembled. The included fuses and ATX power supply cheater connector were much appreciated. Email support on dealing with resolving the units was prompt, friendly and supportive (offered to replace the units if I wasn't comfortable repairing them).

I'm giving these units 5 stars because once properly assembled and running they are very very very boring which is exactly what you want in a bitcoin mining rig. No bleeps, no boops, no glitches, they just mining their hearts out at 39GHps. The fans are quiet and keep the untis fully cool even when overclocked. The single Ethernet port and PCI-e power hook ups are far nicer than the previous blade units (which I have a back plane of 10 of).

I will be buying more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. White on January 8, 2014
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This is about the 15th piece of ASIC hardware I purchased through Jones Gear. Started with a bunch of Blades and moved up to Cubes. The Cubes are really nicely engineered little units that work as advertised. They are much more user friendly than the Blades were (built-in cooling, enclosed, pci-e power jacks, etc). I'm real happy with my purchases. Along the way I did get a couple pieces of hardware with issues (all factory sealed) and (this is what's important) Jones Gear always swiftly and decisively addressed the issues in ways that minimized my aggravation and my monetary losses, and did it FAST. I own a business myself and I know this kind of customer service is not cheap.. yet he somehow maintains the absolute lowest prices in the industry.. bar none! If you buy an ebay unit good luck getting help if it arrives dead or in pieces.. they may likely send you to the manufacturer.. good luck with that.. even if you get it fixed it will be near worthless by the time you get it back. Buy from Jones Gear wiith Confidence.. they have my biz for as long as mining is worthwhile. They have repeatedly PROVEN that they appreciate their customers and take very good care of them. They have it all.. best hardware, best service, best prices. Will be back for more soon!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MrJamus on February 13, 2014
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This thing is pretty awesome in my opinion. There are a lot more powerful miners out there but for the price it seems hard to beat. Setup with my RaspberryPi running MinePeon was quick and easy, though it did take a bit of research to figure it out. I'll provide a quick condensed setup here that's not covered in the setup guide that comes with the Cube.

I will add that I removed the 120mm case fan that came with the Cube and replaced it with a higher flow fan and that has seemed to help my hash rate a noticeable amount.

For this setup I am using MinePeon 0.2.5 pr1 [...]

For the Cube itself:
Change the IP address to something easy to remember...default is 192.168.1.254:8000 but if you're like me and your router is already taking up that address you need to go into it and set it to something easy to remember (ex. 192.168.1.200)

Set the Gateway address to your router's IP address (ex. 192.168.1.254)

Set the Primary DNS to your router's IP address (ex. 192.168.1.254)

For the following three settings they must be input twice with a comma in between due to the Cube necessitating two pools (one primary and one for failover)

Set pool ports to 8332,8332

Set pool addresses to your RaspberryPi running MinePeon's IP address (ex. 192.168.1.213,192.168.1.213)

Set Miners user:pass to pretty much whatever you want (not your actual worker user/password) but in the format of worker:1234,worker:1234

Hit Update/Restart to apply the new settings

That's it for the cube. For the Minepeon just set it to run BFGminer (mine was running it by default)

Go to the settings page and scroll down to the big box that says Miner Startup Settings.
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