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November 22, 2013, 06:00:56 AM
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Well, I've got 5 modules running now and I'm getting about 660GH/s. Adding only 110GH/s to my old 550GH/s seemed slow, so I used bertmod and see that I've got the dreaded Die 0 issue! I'm running firmware 0.98.1 and blocked the airflow to raise the temp without success (reached 80 degrees C before I lost my nerve and started the fan again).

Are there any other tricks before I decide to RMA it? My 2nd module arrives tomorrow and I'm hoping for better luck.

It's not the ASIC that needs to get hot, it's the VRMs. I know this cause I used the water cooling to test it. I had no fan on the radiator, and a fan blowing on the VMRs, the temp never raised and the die never came back on. Switch to a fan cooling the radiator and no fan on the VRMs, the temp shot up and the dead die came alive.

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November 22, 2013, 06:05:21 AM
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So Awesome r1senfa17h!!

i would be so scared of voiding the warranty, especially with no modules to add.....however, you did great!

If only KnC had done the job fairly for all rigs 'we' wouldnt need to risk voiding warranty/destroying our rigs AND those '200 only' modules might have sold out in 30 seconds instead of 3 minutes....

BiG IFs!

Yes imagine an upgrade path that the modules are plentiful and available as time goes on till next gen asic is offered by knc...with corresponding drop in prices as difficulty increases...KNC would OWN the asic world with that kinda plan now...why would any 'present' customer of knc go anywhere ad you could slowly add fair priced hashrate as an option int he future according to needs/costs

crap...wish it was so....would be unicorns and rainbows for KNC in that they could run this out till Feb 2014 w/o real asic competition.....

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November 22, 2013, 06:12:45 AM
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BiG IFs!

would be unicorns and rainbows for KNC in that they could run this out till Feb 2014 w/o real asic competition.....

What a luck for us KNC customers Grin Grin Grin Grin
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November 22, 2013, 06:21:21 AM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?


I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

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November 22, 2013, 06:27:06 AM
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So how does Bertmod work?  Is there a version that works with 0.99 ?

You just install it like a firmware upgrade.

Version 0.3 seems to work ok with 0.99.

Thanks.  I'll give it a shot tomorrow.  Tired after setting everything up.

I have 6 modules running in each Jupiter.  Getting a lot of cores enabling and disabling.  But it was better than before.  enabledcores.bin was needed every time a new module was added.

Getting 750-800GH in each Jup now.  Reading about 990-995w at the wall.
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November 22, 2013, 07:03:03 AM
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PM to me at KNCFORUM:
Did you see my previous PM to you about overclocking? I would like to know more if you will share.

ME:
It would be the same as inside the upcoming knc tuner suite, and yes that file what you mean before it is an part of it, but
now called waas, you can find it inside the monitor script.

And no, i can´t share this information, because it works only short and now i have four brand new (not so good) boards inside the machine.
For this i will do no more tests.

make a cat to waas or execute it.

You can found more infos from me on bitcointalk. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3597963#msg3597963)

Controlling the SPM bus and adjusting the voltage to an physical possible near the maximum of 2.0, adjuste frequency of the en-/disablecores,
shutoff permanent the death cores, work with the spi_frequency (max. 300.000), enable queue >1 it needs an micro-sd-card (hurry-up and buy on 4 GB its ok or max 32GB
 
It is not more.

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(p.s. i talked never with him about this!!!)

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What i doesn´t know is, how can i make my changes permanent, so that I
have not to do this every reboot.

thx

store copies of any files you want to keep in /config

then just make a script to copy everything to their proper place from /config. 
Run that after a reboot.



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I just got my PLUTO (Jupiter + 2 Add on) modules. Managed to get this running without any issues albeit slightly higher temperature for one of the modules.

Getting around 849G

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November 22, 2013, 07:28:56 AM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?


I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

This one is for the Seasonic/Corsair units. All you need to do is slap some pins in there and short it out.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21185/ele-1200/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_14-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=207

Here are the pins:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1789/ele-132/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_ATX_PCI_EPS_Connector_Pins_-_Female_-_4_Pack.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=329

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November 22, 2013, 07:30:36 AM
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Doesn't enable all cores just enable them at that time? Then when running they will eventually go off/on again anyway.

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November 22, 2013, 07:34:13 AM
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Pools yesterday 21. of nov. 2013

GHASH.io = 21 Blocks with avg. 1.250 Th/s
Eligius = 17 Blocks with avg. 600 Th/s
Bitminter = 7 Blocks with avg. 300 Th/s
BTCGulde = 38 Blocks with avg. 1.350 Th/s

Dear KNC Fans,

sorry for this post, I know it is not the right thread, but i life here, sorry.

Can we talk a litte about this?

Fee or not to fee, this is the question? Or not?! I say i will pay an fee but i can earn
some more with 38 found blocks as with 17 found blocks. I´m on btcguilde since yesterday evening 09:30 pm.

I will post my stats (1 x Jupiter) this night.

I have an other question, what is better:

a) delivering shares with an diff of 1024 (on my Jupiter) or shares with an lower diff (on eligius my shares mixed 128 / 256 / 512 but no 1024)
    Will the shares with higher diff paid better?


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November 22, 2013, 08:05:40 AM
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I bought an Xbox One and a PlayStation 4 to commemorate the Bitcoin explosion by the way. And my One controller came exactly the same time as the board.

A bit off topic, but how is the Xbox One?
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November 22, 2013, 09:19:44 AM
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Hi
do you know if there is any other radiator that artic i30 compatible with the modules ?
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Lots I think, you just need screws long enough.

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November 22, 2013, 12:19:04 PM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?


I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

Can you link me to one please. Preferably on Ebay.

Thank you.

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November 22, 2013, 12:20:08 PM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?


I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

This one is for the Seasonic/Corsair units. All you need to do is slap some pins in there and short it out.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21185/ele-1200/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_14-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=207

Here are the pins:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1789/ele-132/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_ATX_PCI_EPS_Connector_Pins_-_Female_-_4_Pack.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=329

You didn't read my 1st post, did you? - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3670106#msg3670106

I'm looking to find them in the UK.

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November 22, 2013, 12:23:32 PM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?


I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

Can you link me to one please. Preferably on Ebay.

Thank you.
I use a very small piece of 2.5mm solid power cable and crimp it in a "U" shape it holds the shape well then. Works with non modular PSU's too if you don't attach crimp connectors and is exactly the right thickness to be a snug fit in the connector.
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November 22, 2013, 12:27:09 PM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?




I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

This one is for the Seasonic/Corsair units. All you need to do is slap some pins in there and short it out.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21185/ele-1200/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_14-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=207

Here are the pins:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1789/ele-132/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_ATX_PCI_EPS_Connector_Pins_-_Female_-_4_Pack.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=329

You didn't read my 1st post, did you? - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3670106#msg3670106

I'm looking to find them in the UK.

Pm me your address and ill send you one on Monday, I'm away for the weekend. I'm in the uk.
I take it you just want the little cable with the crimp connectors on? I'm making some up for my own November delivery it's just as easy to make an extra one while I've got all the bits out.
Better make it your work address or something, sending an address where you have a miner might not be a good idea.
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?




I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

This one is for the Seasonic/Corsair units. All you need to do is slap some pins in there and short it out.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21185/ele-1200/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_14-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=207

Here are the pins:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1789/ele-132/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_ATX_PCI_EPS_Connector_Pins_-_Female_-_4_Pack.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=329

You didn't read my 1st post, did you? - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3670106#msg3670106

I'm looking to find them in the UK.

Pm me your address and ill send you one on Monday, I'm away for weekend. I'm in the uk.
I take it you just want the little cable with the crimp connectors on?
Better make it your work address or something, sending an address where you have a miner might not be a good idea.

Thank you for the offer, but I can probably make these myself easily as the required parts are readily available on Ebay.
What I am looking for is for the more complete solution: the 10 pin connector you linked from FrozenCPU.

Any ideas where I can find that in the UK? So far I found it only on Frozen CPU and Ebay.

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November 22, 2013, 12:48:23 PM
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Anyone use a 10-pin connector directly on the PSU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19648/ele-1163/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_10-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/large/ele-1163.jpg[/img]

]http://www.frozencpu.com/images/products/pdf/ele-1162a.jpg[/img]

]http://i.imgur.com/IgvIyv5.jpg[/img]

I can't find it in the UK or Europe Sad And the usual 6 pin PCI-E does not fit.
Any ideas?




I jump all my PSUs right at the modular connector. You don't have to have 10pin connector if you can just get the female crimp pins instead.  Make a small lead and attach it to the proper PS_On and Gnd pins.

P.S. - I do make switch connectors that will work for this but the shipping to Europe sucks cost wise for singles.

Do you mean to get these, connect a cable between them, insulate them and then plug it directly into the PSU:



Can you post some pictures on what you made, so I can get a better idea.

Thank you.

Yes that is what you need.  You just crimp a 4-5cm section of 18AWG wire and then plug it in. If you are paranoid then cover over in electrical tape. Not the prettiest thing but will work fine and is cheap.

Check the thread in my sig for my switches.  Here is pic of the idea (not mine and its a little long):

Thank you again.

Do I need a special crimp tool to attach the cable to the pins or I can just use a household pliers and squeeze it until it bites the wire?

Also do you know of any other connector I can use apart from the 10 pin one if I decide to go that way? I tried a 6 pin PCi-E, but it's just not made to go there.
I need to make 4 for 2 PSUs: CM V850 and EVGA 1300W - the former has the PS_ON pin on a 10 pin connector and the latter has it on a 18 pin connector.

I grew up using those. You should use a proper crimping tool. They are cheap as hell at wal mart and a myriad other places. you CAN do it with a pair of basic pliers, but it's difficult.

This one is for the Seasonic/Corsair units. All you need to do is slap some pins in there and short it out.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21185/ele-1200/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_14-Pin_Female_PSU_Power_Connector_-_Corsair_Seasonic_-_Black.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=207

Here are the pins:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1789/ele-132/FrozenCPU_ConnectRight_ATX_PCI_EPS_Connector_Pins_-_Female_-_4_Pack.html?id=zFLcEZGE&mv_pc=329

You didn't read my 1st post, did you? - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg3670106#msg3670106

I'm looking to find them in the UK.

Pm me your address and ill send you one on Monday, I'm away for weekend. I'm in the uk.
I take it you just want the little cable with the crimp connectors on?
Better make it your work address or something, sending an address where you have a miner might not be a good idea.

Thank you for the offer, but I can probably make these myself easily as the required parts are readily available on Ebay.
What I am looking for is for the more complete solution: the 10 pin connector you linked from FrozenCPU.

Any ideas where I can find that in the UK? So far I found it only on Frozen CPU and Ebay.

Check this one http://uk.farnell.com/te-connectivity-amp/1-794617-0/receptacle-dual-row-10way/dp/1111091
Be careful though the cut outs are often different you need to check if the corners match on the plug and socket.
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