[Chugalug] ButterFly ASIC Single arrived -- My review

Matt Keys mk6032 at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 3 17:20:49 UTC 2013


Thanks! I've seen that blog before waiting on my jalas but haven't 
checked it in a long time. I guess I'll be waiting for a few more months 
as my order number is in the 9xxx range. It's tempting to go ahead and 
roll the order over to the PCIe card but I figure it'll take another 2 
years to get it.


On 09/02/2013 01:29 PM, Lynn Dixon wrote:
> Matt,
> My first ASIC order number was 3598
>
> Have you been keeping an eye on Jody's shipping blog? 
> https://forums.butterflylabs.com/members/bfl_jody.html
>
> She gives daily shipping updates that shows the order dates that were 
> shipped.
>
>
> On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 8:23 AM, Matt Keys <mk6032 at yahoo.com 
> <mailto:mk6032 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
>
>     Awesome, can't wait to get mine! What was your order #?
>
>
>
>     On 09/01/2013 01:59 PM, Lynn Dixon wrote:
>>     For those interested in Bitcoin on the lug, I have finally
>>     received my first Butterfly Labs Single.
>>
>>     Here's a quick review:
>>     Well packaged during shipping, and was shipped USPS 2-day priorty
>>     mail with signature required.
>>
>>     The build quality is fantastic.  Really nice brushed aluminum
>>     black case that has rounded edges and corners, and a nice laster
>>     etched Butterfly Labs logo.  The power supply brick was about 1.5
>>     times larger than your typical Xbox 360 power brick for
>>     comparison.  The power brick has a built in cooling fan which I
>>     thought was pretty slick. The ASIC miner uses PCI-e power
>>     connectors and the power brick is outfitted with PCI-e plugs as
>>     well.  Overall its a very well designed and well built piece of
>>     hardware.  I am really happy with it.
>>
>>     Now, the good part. How well does it run?  In a nutshell...like a
>>     dream.  It has been a little over 24 hours, and it has already
>>     generated me just over .5 BTC (about $70). It has some really
>>     powerful fans that are a bit louder than I had hoped, but I
>>     honestly can't hear it in my datacloset.  I used BFL's EasyMiner
>>     for the first 24 hours just to get the full experience.  I am
>>     planning on swithching over to CGMiner in afew days.
>>
>>     Here is a screenshot of Easyminer, and the performance:
>>     http://i.imgur.com/smdFgjD.jpg
>>
>>     Another screen snippet of the asic running compared to one of my
>>     GPU's on EclipseMC mining pool: http://i.imgur.com/5ozLrQa.jpg
>>
>>     EasyMiner has a cool "earnings" section that pulls the latest
>>     difficulty and latest exchange rates to give you an idea of your
>>     scheduled earnings.  Right now, its looking like this 60GH/s rig
>>     should return about $2000 per month. This is pertty consistent
>>     with all of the other ROI calculators I have used.
>>
>>     Financial analysis:
>>     At the current difficulty and exchanges, this rig should generate
>>     about .45 - .5 BTC per day, which is about $65 - $70 average per
>>     day.  Most calculators I have used puts monthly revenue at around
>>     $1800 - $2000 per month.
>>     Here is my numbers plugged into TheGenesisBlock's calculator:
>>     http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/a/5f1c18143a
>>
>>     I purchased my 60 GH/s unit for about $1375 back in June of last
>>     year, and I am figuring about a 3 to 5 week payoff period, and
>>     calculating a 75% increase in difficulty per month in my ROI
>>     estimation.
>>
>>     This thing was well worth the wait. Butterfly labs may be
>>     horrible at meeting deadlines, but they are really good at
>>     designing a product. This thing runs great, looks awesome, and is
>>     generating an impresive ROI.  After mining with it for a full
>>     day, I have already placed my pre-order for some Monarchs:
>>     https://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage-new-products/600-gh-bitcoin-mining-card.html
>>
>>     Feel free to discuss, but please, lets keep this BTC thread civil
>>     and on topic :-)
>>
>>
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