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October 18, 2016, 05:34:28 PM
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This is my setup so far, one 480 gpu away from 600Mhs. I will buy another card when i find a good deal.

From my storage with forced ventilation installed.

Upper Left:
MSI Z77 Mpower
Silverstone Strider v2 1200w PSU
Celeron G1620
OS: Win 10Pro 64
4GB Ram
64GB SSD
3 x MSI RX 480 8GB Reference (Custom rom) (Samsung memory) (Driver: 16.10.1)
Miner: Claymore's Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.1


Down left:
MSI Z77 Mpower
Corsair RM850 PSU
Celeron G1620
OS: Win 10Pro 64
4GB Ram
64GB SSD
3 x MSI RX 480 8GB Reference (Custom rom) (Samsung memory) (Driver: 16.10.1)
Miner: Claymore's Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.1


Right:
Asrock Z77WS
Corsair RM850 PSU
Celeron G465
OS: Win 10Pro 64
4GB Ram
64GB SSD
4 x MSI RX 480 8GB Reference (Custom rom) (Samsung memory) (Driver: 16.8.2 + manually disabled signature check)
Miner: Claymore's Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.1


The rigs hosted in my home:

Top:
Asrock H81 PRO BTC
Corsair RM850
Celeron G1820
OS: Win 10Pro 64
4GB Ram
64GB SSD
Powered USB Risers
1 x Saphire RX 480 8GB Reference + 2 x Asus RX 480 8GB Reference (Custom rom) (Samsung memory) (Driver: 16.10.1)
Miner: Claymore's Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.1


Down:
Asrock H81 PRO BTC
Silverstone Strider v2 1200w PSU
Celeron G1820
OS: Win 10Pro 64
4GB Ram
64GB SSD
Powered USB Risers
6 x Sapphire RX 470 4GB reference (with backplate) (Custom rom) (Hynix Memory) (Driver: 16.10.1)
Miner: Claymore's Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner v7.1


In total 19 gpu:s on five systems running at 565-570Mhs @ ~3000w
The roms have the 1500strap mod + some powertune made.

GPU Settings:
480 GPU: Stock, Mem: 2200Mhz  ~30.5Mhs
470 GPU: Stock, Mem: 1980Mhz  ~28Mhs

Frames, motherboards, cpu:s, ram memory, psu:s, ssd:s, risers and psu:s recycled and roi:d long time ago.
Most of the gpu:s bought with profits from trading.

Roms:
470: http://www.megafileupload.com/k2gu/470_4gb_sapphire_modded_bios.rom
480: http://www.megafileupload.com/ox6j/bios.rom

Feel free to ask about anything.
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October 18, 2016, 06:36:27 PM
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!


     
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October 18, 2016, 07:04:48 PM
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Nice, Im at nearly the same hashrate but higher total wattage. Im running old 7950s and 380s though. Id like to transition over to 480s as my hardware dies. The 7950s were bought to mine Litecoin and ROI'd then, so Im out nothing by continuing to run them.

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October 18, 2016, 09:31:00 PM
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Feel free to ask about anything.

I saw you are using some Corsair RM series. You never had problems with PSU fans or melting pcie cable connectors?
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October 19, 2016, 06:22:43 AM
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!
Thanks !
I bought the frames some years ago from a guy here on bitcointalk.
They are originally made for five gpus but i flipped the psu and used zip ties for mounting to fit six cards on the 470 rig.

Nice, Im at nearly the same hashrate but higher total wattage. Im running old 7950s and 380s though. Id like to transition over to 480s as my hardware dies. The 7950s were bought to mine Litecoin and ROI'd then, so Im out nothing by continuing to run them.
Sweet man, gpus never seem to die except the fans Smiley
Pretty much all of the gear i use now is from LTC mining and then was switched over to early Darkcoin mining. It is only the gpus that is new stuff.
I never sell anything except gpus because i know i will end up mining something.

Feel free to ask about anything.

I saw you are using some Corsair RM series. You never had problems with PSU fans or melting pcie cable connectors?
I have been using many RM850s for a long time in different mining setups and no one have failed.
Back in the DRK mining i ran 5 x 280x on every RM850 24/7 for over a year without problems.
I have around six units and they are all still alive and kicking Smiley
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October 19, 2016, 06:51:06 AM
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Originally H81 boards + risers where used on all MSI 480s. But somehow i had really big problems getting the rigs to work properly that way as soon as i went custom bios. I struggeled for a week before going onboard mounting to just get rid of the problems. My other 480s work great on a H81 board so far though.



The problems i had was that one or more cards randomly went to 0Mhs and then the rig failed. I tried pretty much everything in the book to find out what was wrong but never solved it completely. And when i had alot of other boards laying around i just wanted everything up and running. After that they have been running like clockwork 24/7.
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October 19, 2016, 08:20:40 AM
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Love your farm looks awesome. Would you mind posting some video of how loud it is?
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October 19, 2016, 08:41:24 AM
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Love your farm looks awesome. Would you mind posting some video of how loud it is?
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I try to spare the fan lifes with running the them as low as possible.
I have set 80 degrees as limit on all cards, the ventilation is pretty good around all rigs.
People are sleeping just a few meters away from the rigs in my home without problems.

My forced ventilation in the storage sound twice as much as the rigs itself Smiley I got 2xDelta 120mm fans (190cfm each) pulling in fresh air and two of the same pushing out hot air in 100mm hoses.
I think it is pretty hard to hear the real level of sound in a video, especially in the storage.
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October 19, 2016, 11:59:00 AM
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Are you experiencing high temps and noise levels when you stack all the cards close to each other?

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October 19, 2016, 12:27:39 PM
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum
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October 19, 2016, 01:18:37 PM
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum


sorry i just want to get the facts right ...   570 giving an RX 470 average of 28.5MHZ per card = 20 cards and if i assume you run them on 4 machines. So each machine are running approximate 575w. The math dont add up. It would be rather dangerous if you are sqeezing the last drop of your PSU. As others mention, you will experience connector melting and other damages if yo keep going down the path.


If RX 480 at 570MH will give you 19 cards and yet give you 4 sets of machine. Each card you are providing 121w per card excluding the CPU, RAM, HDD. again it is rather dangerous to sqeeze your system this way.

IMHO

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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum


sorry i just want to get the facts right ...   570 giving an RX 470 average of 28.5MHZ per card = 20 cards and if i assume you run them on 4 machines. So each machine are running approximate 575w. The math dont add up. It would be rather dangerous if you are sqeezing the last drop of your PSU. As others mention, you will experience connector melting and other damages if yo keep going down the path.


If RX 480 at 570MH will give you 19 cards and yet give you 4 sets of machine. Each card you are providing 121w per card excluding the CPU, RAM, HDD. again it is rather dangerous to sqeeze your system this way.

IMHO

no mate it's on hypothetical 3 rig with 1000w each, but they only use around 700w
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum


sorry i just want to get the facts right ...   570 giving an RX 470 average of 28.5MHZ per card = 20 cards and if i assume you run them on 4 machines. So each machine are running approximate 575w. The math dont add up. It would be rather dangerous if you are sqeezing the last drop of your PSU. As others mention, you will experience connector melting and other damages if yo keep going down the path.


If RX 480 at 570MH will give you 19 cards and yet give you 4 sets of machine. Each card you are providing 121w per card excluding the CPU, RAM, HDD. again it is rather dangerous to sqeeze your system this way.

IMHO

no mate it's on hypothetical 3 rig with 1000w each, but they only use around 700w

is that off the wall of GPUz?

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October 19, 2016, 02:41:16 PM
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Are you experiencing high temps and noise levels when you stack all the cards close to each other?
Do you mean when i have six 470s monted side by side ?
Not hot at all, right now my 470s are running at 77 degrees with ~37-40% fan speed.

Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum
To be honest i dont have the time to tweak it better right now so i am gladly paying the extra wattage in change for rock solid stability.

Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum


sorry i just want to get the facts right ...   570 giving an RX 470 average of 28.5MHZ per card = 20 cards and if i assume you run them on 4 machines. So each machine are running approximate 575w. The math dont add up. It would be rather dangerous if you are sqeezing the last drop of your PSU. As others mention, you will experience connector melting and other damages if yo keep going down the path.


If RX 480 at 570MH will give you 19 cards and yet give you 4 sets of machine. Each card you are providing 121w per card excluding the CPU, RAM, HDD. again it is rather dangerous to sqeeze your system this way.

IMHO
This is what the rigs draw from the wall:

3x480 + system = ~500w
3x480 + system = ~500w
4x480 + system = ~641w
3x480 + system = ~500w
6x470 + system = ~858w

Thats around ~2999w
I have messed around with the powertuning after i meassured all rigs so it is not exact.
I have alot of spare power on every psu in my rigs.
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Where did you get those frames that you mount the different rigs on?

Nice pictures, love seeing other peoples mining setups !!

i sell them if you want, 0.12 each plus shipping, they are actually are better than those in the picture, on mine you can mount psu and ssd nicely, by screwing them on the frame


OP i think you can do better with the wattage, my rig is running at 170MH-180MH/700w with 6 x 1070, if i were to build a 570MH little farm it will hash at 2300w maximum


sorry i just want to get the facts right ...   570 giving an RX 470 average of 28.5MHZ per card = 20 cards and if i assume you run them on 4 machines. So each machine are running approximate 575w. The math dont add up. It would be rather dangerous if you are sqeezing the last drop of your PSU. As others mention, you will experience connector melting and other damages if yo keep going down the path.


If RX 480 at 570MH will give you 19 cards and yet give you 4 sets of machine. Each card you are providing 121w per card excluding the CPU, RAM, HDD. again it is rather dangerous to sqeeze your system this way.

IMHO

no mate it's on hypothetical 3 rig with 1000w each, but they only use around 700w

is that off the wall of GPUz?

measured with corsair link, pretty accurate
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October 20, 2016, 04:08:22 PM
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Some stats at this moment.
I guess i have to thank the hackers for stress testing even more and lowering the diff.





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October 20, 2016, 07:33:01 PM
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Interesting post, I can see some configurations thanks

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October 20, 2016, 09:32:42 PM
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Nice setup, can we have more photos? Smiley
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October 20, 2016, 09:52:00 PM
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Interesting post, I can see some configurations thanks
Sweet, np

Nice setup, can we have more photos? Smiley
Thanks !
I will update the thread with some better pics tomorrow in daylight
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Still waiting for the photos! Cheesy
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