Bitcoin Company KnCMiner Facing Three Class-Action Lawsuits: A group of two dozen people (and
I was one of the first to get a Titan, and had probably the most problems. It would not hash over 30MHs, well below the 300 promised, with constant restarts as a bonus. I remember getting it on a Friday, it sat in the corner, powered down, till Monday when I started calling KnC and writing on the forums. […] What KnC sent us was a miner that was clearly not even half-baked, the software was pre-alpha (I’m a programmer myself). […] It was not till two weeks or so later that KnC released an update and I could finally hash a bit without the constant restarts, but still well below the 300MHs promised. My miner was so bad, and I made so much noise about it, that KnC eventually remote connected to my computer and made a few software changes to get my miner not to shut off and even start to hash a bit.