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1  Bitcoin / Hardware / Possible to Swap Antminer S1 Heatsink and Fan onto Gridseed G-blade 80 chip pcbs on: September 20, 2016, 11:20:37 PM
I'm just curious if anyone has tried this, I searched and didn't find anything.  I'm thinking of ordering one of those 2.6mh/s 80 chip PCB's, and I have a few S1's laying around.  It should be possible, even if I have to drill and tap screws, but I'm curious if anyone has the dimensions of the gridseed pcb?
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] [Canada] 1.3mh/s Scrypt Fury + Ant U3 on: February 27, 2015, 08:12:05 PM
Hi, I'm looking for small asics.  Gaw Fury/Blizzard 1.3 or even the 4.0 mh/s version.  The Antminer U3 63gh/s unit, or that prospero black arrow 100gh/s unit (i believe it is small and low noise)

will pay in BTC or Coinye.
3  Bitcoin / Hardware / Antminer S1 Warm PCI-e Cables on: June 04, 2014, 01:44:39 AM
Hi Folks,

    I have a few Antminer S1's running well at 180gh/s using a Enermax NAXN 500W PSU with dual PCI-e 6pin cables (not a Y-split) and has been working well for about 2 weeks.  I have old crappy hard drives plugged into the 4-pin molex connectors as recommended.  The problem is that the cables are slightly warm, nothing hot, like you could hold them to your nuts no problem and not get burned.  I'm just curious if this is going to kill the PSU or if it's normal?  The PSU isn't blowing that hot, the drain at the wall on the kill-a-watt is only 350'ish and all the ASIC chips are showing OK.

Im debating whether to get a more expensive unit because I wonder if this PSU will die in a few months.  Thanks!
4  Bitcoin / Mining support / Antminer S1 Hot PCI-e Cables on: May 23, 2014, 08:56:19 AM
Hi Everyone,

    I recently purchased 3x Antminer S1's and hooked them up, successfully got them online with wifi and hashing away at 180gh/s each.  The problem I'm having is the PCI-e cable is extremely hot.  I think I burned a PSU earlier, took about 3 hours but it won't turn on anymore.  These are the PSU that's have 2 pci-e 6 pin plugs piggybacking on one cable.  I was reading earlier that there should be a 4-pin molex 5v cable attached to a device, just to access its resistor and put some form of load on that rail. 

The one Ant I've got mining well is on the Naxn 500w single volt rail with 2 cables (one for each PCI-e plug) and the 2 that are getting hot cables are the

http://www.ncix.com/detail/thermaltake-tr2-500w-power-supply-99-66855-1069.htm

PSU that seems to be working well:

http://www.amazon.com/Enermax-ATX12V-Power-Supply-ENP500AST/dp/B009UYXLBW

I spent about 3 hours researching up on this before attaching everything, but I think I'm missing something simple.  Thanks for any help!
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / FedoraCoin TIPS mining pool launch! on: January 22, 2014, 03:19:54 AM
Hello folks, we are out of beta testing and open for business.

.5% intro mining rate.  
1 TIPS debit fee
PROP payout system

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