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August 30, 2018, 12:30:50 AM
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cool idea but some one has been selling s9 water blocks on ebay for some time now .they cost, it looks like they modded some GPU water blocks to fit S9 hash boards .

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antminer-s9-Hashboard-with-waterblock/202354553927?hash=item2f1d457447:g:B7oAAOSwyLdbNkAn

This does look cool but nothing new and more to get money for old chips for bitmain I'm guessing, which it will sell . now if the S11 or what ever they call there 7nm chip model does this at 32 th or higher using like 1400 watts that might be  something to look at maybe .

What I hope happens, later on is some one figures out a way to lower the power use age as the hash goes up at some point they will have to. it's possible but when is the question.
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August 30, 2018, 04:42:46 AM
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Another overclock S9? with liquid cooler original S9 can crank up high freq i think..its cooler and silent
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August 30, 2018, 04:46:37 PM
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I was waiting for something like this for a long long time.. well I have been waiting since 1TH/s Antminer C1 became obsolete... I used those to warm my house 2 years... They are quiet, emit heat and I can get my heating expense back.. well using C1's I even had some "left overs" Smiley

I definitely plan to get one or two if the get little cheaper.. lets say.. 2x cheaper Smiley


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August 31, 2018, 10:33:23 AM
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Some of the product information seems to now be listed on the main bitmain website around the $745 range.

Code:
S9 Hydro-18.0T

Hashrate, TH/s
18.00

Power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/TH
96.00

Adapted power supply model
APW5

Adapted power supply, Watt / Volt
1728W / 220V

Detailed Characteristics
Value Min Typ Max

Hashrate & Power

Hashrate, TH/s
18.00 18.40

Power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/TH (1-1)
96.0 102.7

Power efficiency on wall @40°C, J/TH (1-2)
103.2 110.4

Power on wall, W (1-3)
1728 2031

Power supply input voltage, V AC (2-1)
200 220 265

Power Supply input Frequency Range, Hz (2-2)
47 50 63

Power supply input current, A (2-3)
7.85 10.16

Power Supply Safety Protection
Output Overcurrent Protection, A DC (3-1)
216 225

Low Voltage Input Protection, V AC
90 100

Hardware Configuration

Quantity of hash chips
216

Quantity of hash boards
4

Networking connection mode
RJ45 ethernet 10/100M

Miner Size (Length*Width*Height), mm(4-1)
360*125*190 Net weight, kg (4-2)

Noise, dBA @25°C  (4-3)
 
45 58   <---- Nice drop in sound level from this compaired to say S9 80 db

Environment Requirements

Water inlet temperature, °C
15 (5-1) 55

Water flow, L/min
5 (5-2) 15

Flow system pressure, kPa
50 300
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August 31, 2018, 01:49:16 PM
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its essentially just an S9 (i/j)
It has four hashboards, so obviously it hashes 1/3rd higher, and uses 1/3rd more power. Effectively its just 1 1/3th S9 in one housing, wich is possible due more effective heat transfer.
It saves space, less noise, re-usable heat (if you can), and less problems especially in warmer aeas.
I see the benefits....
Only pitty is: why do this with 2.5 year old technology instead of the newer technology that all competitors have...?
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September 01, 2018, 07:23:54 AM
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Another overclock S9? with liquid cooler original S9 can crank up high freq i think..its cooler and silent

I was thinking that myself,it made me think of the C1 .  The ant C1 was a over clocked ant S3 .


I was waiting for something like this for a long long time.. well I have been waiting since 1TH/s Antminer C1 became obsolete... I used those to warm my house 2 years... They are quiet, emit heat and I can get my heating expense back.. well using C1's I even had some "left overs" Smiley

I definitely plan to get one or two if the get little cheaper.. lets say.. 2x cheaper Smiley


I still have one working C1. same  i might buy one.

its essentially just an S9 (i/j)
It has four hashboards, so obviously it hashes 1/3rd higher, and uses 1/3rd more power. Effectively its just 1 1/3th S9 in one housing, winch is possible due more effective heat transfer.
It saves space, less noise, re-usable heat (if you can), and less problems especially in warmer areas.
I see the benefits....
Only pitty is: why do this with 2.5 year old technology instead of the newer technology that all competitors have...?

They did one time then stopped because of greed which I'm guessing will be the reason they don't again > greed.

Hint Antminer C1 an you could use the water blocks from the C1 on the antminer S5's which may happen again with the S11 etc .
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September 01, 2018, 02:36:25 PM
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So tempting to just grab one of these since I need psu's. .. . then I think of my exhaust project getting finished.

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September 04, 2018, 04:51:36 PM
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Only pitty is: why do this with 2.5 year old technology instead of the newer technology that all competitors have...?

Hopefully it is just to sell off their inventory of remaining chips and deal with any customer issues that arise due to liquid cooling before they roll out the S11. 

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September 04, 2018, 05:36:18 PM
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Hopefully it is just to sell off their inventory of remaining chips and deal with any customer issues that arise due to liquid cooling before they roll out the S11.  

they have yet  to build a good chip since losing the chip designer to whatsminer this seems to have really set them back.

Maybe  there won't be an s11 until they  rob a design from the other builders.

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September 06, 2018, 03:23:48 PM
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Hopefully it is just to sell off their inventory of remaining chips and deal with any customer issues that arise due to liquid cooling before they roll out the S11.  

You mean one water connection starts to leak and sprays water over your 20 other miners... yeah that might cause a call or two to the support Smiley
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September 06, 2018, 04:15:30 PM
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You mean one water connection starts to leak and sprays water over your 20 other miners... yeah that might cause a call or two to the support Smiley

you do realize  that  distilled water  does not conduct power.

I have had leaks in water cooled systems  and you don't kill the system  if you have distilled water in it.

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September 11, 2018, 04:08:33 PM
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I may grab one of these devices just for the reduction in noise as a result of the liquid cooling (45-58dB according to the site listing), and the thing just looks interesting to work with overall. This is obviously a bit of a novelty device like the C1 was due to the radiator and all, and it’s likely an attempt from Bitmain to offload existing S9 stock or chips, but it’s been a while since Bitmain has officially released any watercooled equipment, and I’m excited to see how these things actually turn out.

I wonder if it’ll be possible to use an aftermarket radiator and pump on one of these things. $130 seems like a somewhat hefty price to pay for their radiator.

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September 11, 2018, 09:08:02 PM
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Since temp changed here in the NW 80% fan speed has been very welcome on my ears on the s9's. I want to try one of these too. Hoping to order in a month or so and place in office. Though Bitmain radiator looks to have a number of 120mm fam makes me wonder some on dbs.

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October 14, 2018, 11:10:49 AM
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Hello,
i had one S9 Hydro. Of course, it got under way to see its interior Wink

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November 07, 2018, 03:10:26 PM
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My Hydro also runs since about 2 month... did anyone put this system to a external heat exchanger and feed his heating system at home??

My plan is to use 3 hydros and put it to an ex heatexchanger that is connected to a 1000l heating tank to heat about 300m² with about 33° water temp.
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November 07, 2018, 06:32:43 PM
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Any news about the noise of the miner itself?
Are the fans on the radiator monitored as well? (can they be deleted?)
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