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December 14, 2015, 04:08:11 PM
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Wait so you only have 5kw of power to use?  So you can only run about 4 S7 miners, I think you might have a bit of wasted space.
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December 14, 2015, 04:37:11 PM
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Yes you're right! Right now I have three S7s and they are running on solar and hydropower which's power is stored on batteries for night time. I live far from urban area and here is the right place to expand my site. I have solar panels which are on a 150sqF area and hyrdropower from the heavy river.

where are you in europe or usa?

@chek2fire - Europe

So the Solar + Hydro with Battery Storage is up and running? How much Solar &  Hydro Power can you generate?

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Solar + Hydro if your doing it yourself will never end up being as cheap as cheap electricity.  I think you might be better off at a hosting center.

Some are no vat.  And it saves you from having to spend on long term investments like solar.
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the best is clearly the one that consume less, but not because of the efficiency or something, but because you can put more of them in play since you're limited to a maximum wattage

so it's better to go with the s7 in your case, it will cost you more but you can always sell them later
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December 15, 2015, 01:39:09 PM
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Wait so you only have 5kw of power to use?  So you can only run about 4 S7 miners, I think you might have a bit of wasted space.
Right now I have 5kWP from solar and 1kWp from hydro and from them I run my S7s that I have and im hashing about 10Ths. So it means that I will expand the solar panels and hydro generators for more electricity.


Yes you're right! Right now I have three S7s and they are running on solar and hydropower which's power is stored on batteries for night time. I live far from urban area and here is the right place to expand my site. I have solar panels which are on a 150sqF area and hyrdropower from the heavy river.

where are you in europe or usa?

@chek2fire - Europe

So the Solar + Hydro with Battery Storage is up and running? How much Solar &  Hydro Power can you generate?

Rich

Solar + Hydro if your doing it yourself will never end up being as cheap as cheap electricity.  I think you might be better off at a hosting center.

Some are no vat.  And it saves you from having to spend on long term investments like solar.

Thanks for the advice!


the best is clearly the one that consum less, but not because of the efficiency or something, but because you can put more of them in play since you're limited to a maximum wattage

so it's better to go with the s7 in your case, it will cost you more but you can always sell them later
Yeah, I was thinking that right now the best miner after SP50 is the S7. I am willing to invest more that 750K euro on this project and I want to buy some SP50 but Spondoolies seem so selfish, I dont know...
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