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September 08, 2017, 01:09:59 AM
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Totally Amazing! This is truly the goal for any newer miners like myself. You pretty much have your place maxed out!! I will look forward to seeing more posts from you!

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September 08, 2017, 04:12:24 AM
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All my rigs are shut down.   Water level is breeching 30% up driveway.   It's not looking good.............7 more days of rain.    All detention ponds and bayou are breached.
 Only thing we can do is pray.  Only 1 life jacket in the house, who gets it?  L3 or 1080TI?
flood insurance will pay for all your losses

not If they don't have flood insurance, which is seprate from normal insurance which doesn't usually cover floods or flooding, also knowing that only 12 percent of people in texas in and around the affected areas have flood insurance. chances are if his house flooded he may not get squat back because flooding wasn't covered

I want to say max flood insurance payout is like $250k for house(structure - maybe more if he had it registered as a business) and maybe $100k for appliances. Not sure where he is but if it was the SW side or Kingwood area he may be in a world of hurt. Spent most of this week in Kingwood helping clean up a co-workers house. Sad stuff

250k only ? that wont even cover most house structures, that cant be right
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September 08, 2017, 09:22:33 AM
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Oh!
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September 08, 2017, 01:41:28 PM
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All my rigs are shut down.   Water level is breeching 30% up driveway.   It's not looking good.............7 more days of rain.    All detention ponds and bayou are breached.
 Only thing we can do is pray.  Only 1 life jacket in the house, who gets it?  L3 or 1080TI?
flood insurance will pay for all your losses

not If they don't have flood insurance, which is seprate from normal insurance which doesn't usually cover floods or flooding, also knowing that only 12 percent of people in texas in and around the affected areas have flood insurance. chances are if his house flooded he may not get squat back because flooding wasn't covered

I want to say max flood insurance payout is like $250k for house(structure - maybe more if he had it registered as a business) and maybe $100k for appliances. Not sure where he is but if it was the SW side or Kingwood area he may be in a world of hurt. Spent most of this week in Kingwood helping clean up a co-workers house. Sad stuff

250k only ? that wont even cover most house structures, that cant be right

That's what I keep hearing. I tried to navigate the FEMA website to confirm which I knew was the wrong approach. Googling around shows the $250k structure + 100k personal property.
The best article I found was Consumer Report

https://www.consumerreports.org/flood-insurance/what-flood-insurance-does-and-does-not-cover/


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September 08, 2017, 06:38:04 PM
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All my rigs are shut down.   Water level is breeching 30% up driveway.   It's not looking good.............7 more days of rain.    All detention ponds and bayou are breached.
 Only thing we can do is pray.  Only 1 life jacket in the house, who gets it?  L3 or 1080TI?
flood insurance will pay for all your losses

not If they don't have flood insurance, which is seprate from normal insurance which doesn't usually cover floods or flooding, also knowing that only 12 percent of people in texas in and around the affected areas have flood insurance. chances are if his house flooded he may not get squat back because flooding wasn't covered

I want to say max flood insurance payout is like $250k for house(structure - maybe more if he had it registered as a business) and maybe $100k for appliances. Not sure where he is but if it was the SW side or Kingwood area he may be in a world of hurt. Spent most of this week in Kingwood helping clean up a co-workers house. Sad stuff

250k only ? that wont even cover most house structures, that cant be right

That's what I keep hearing. I tried to navigate the FEMA website to confirm which I knew was the wrong approach. Googling around shows the $250k structure + 100k personal property.
The best article I found was Consumer Report

https://www.consumerreports.org/flood-insurance/what-flood-insurance-does-and-does-not-cover/




honestly the only good info is that of which comes from the insurance company not off some danm 3rd party consumer reports website, not all insurance is the same, at best that's prolly an average and not the full information from a particular insurance company as there are lots of them, lots of insurance that people have DONT cover personal stuff, covers structure at best unless they are paying a premium which in texas I doubt any or most have that kind of insurance

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September 09, 2017, 04:25:45 AM
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Texas is still a mess.  I still have much to fix / recover but the most important part is that family is safe.   That I am thankful for.  FEMA?  It's a joke.   It's the good old boys in the hood that went out and save, feed and protect our locals.  I don't even know where those Billions will be going to other than lawyers and to their cousins.   Everyone is for themselves here and it's your good neighbors that's got your back.   Let's pray Irma won't hit FL as hard.  It will take us Texans a long time to recover but overall, I lived in both states and have survived many major Hurricanes, Texas definitely handle it much better than FL.
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September 09, 2017, 04:55:55 AM
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Texas is still a mess.  I still have much to fix / recover but the most important part is that family is safe.   That I am thankful for.  FEMA?  It's a joke.   It's the good old boys in the hood that went out and save, feed and protect our locals.  I don't even know where those Billions will be going to other than lawyers and to their cousins.   Everyone is for themselves here and it's your good neighbors that's got your back.   Let's pray Irma won't hit FL as hard.  It will take us Texans a long time to recover but overall, I lived in both states and have survived many major Hurricanes, Texas definitely handle it much better than FL.


was waiting for you to post...glad to hear you are okay.
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September 16, 2017, 11:06:47 PM
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September 17, 2017, 06:54:17 AM
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Such an awesome setup, thanks for the photos and sharing details.  Looking forward to having my own one day, working my way up from much smaller but this is truly inspiring.

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September 19, 2017, 11:37:19 AM
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The card was blowing hot air onto a card just below it, which would cause the top card to heat up, while the bottom card kept the temperature normal. The air opened up solving the hot issue and they ran at around 62c now. If you are using one of the 4K + PICO PSU configurations, the board is comparable at $ 550- $ 600. If you are using a paid operating system, you will save 2x the cost for that, so there are likely 700-800 dollars. What about trouble shooting to find out one has failed, that will not be an easy task.
Which one is more reliable and user-friendly in maintance, upgrade, etc ...

Let's discuss the card and get the solution finall for me and for beginners interested ...
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September 19, 2017, 07:49:54 PM
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That looks amazing, while it was probably extremely stressful at times I bet that must have been so much fun to build! I wouldn't even know where to bring with a project like that man. Hats off to you

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September 19, 2017, 09:50:44 PM
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@Bhugatti - I like the LED lights!  Looks cool.  Exhaust fan is perfect location too.







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September 19, 2017, 09:54:18 PM
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EVGA SC2 are actually the best in terms of performance and heat management.  Aorus are unnecessarily FAT and you can't fit 6 into a server case or same foot print as 6 EVGA SC2.  They also don't handle heat as well and will throttle very badly.  I bought 60 Aorus but I regret that decision.  Knowing what I know now, I would rather pay the premium and get SC2.  Even within the EVGA line, there are differences in heat management which dictates performance.  A cooler card will hash the full hash rate vs losing 100+ sol when overheating.  This is why you see the 24K BTU behind the Aorus to get the full hashing power.   They are very sexy at night though, I must give them that.  


Fans to help my 1080TI stay cool and sexy.



Looks really nice dude!

What hashrate are you getting on your TIs? I opted for 1070s for the better wattage/hashrate & assumed more 1070s would beat less 1080TIs but there's got to be a reason you spent $300 more per GPU right?
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September 20, 2017, 05:12:28 AM
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1080TI have very good wattage / hash rate if you're willing to under clock them at a lost of hash.  You can easily do over 500 Sols at 125W so it would beat the 1070 hands down but you wouldn't do that as you would be losing money.  At 200W and 700 Sol via Power Limit of 200, definitely not a bad deal either.   For a very large environment, less rigs to achieve the same hash is usually better as you have less rigs to maintain, service, RMA, power and build.   Where 1070 excels is for ETH 30 MH vs 36-38 for 1080TI.  I have a lot of 1070s too when they were at $340 or less but not at 400+ which is where the 1080TIs is a much better value per dollar. 
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September 20, 2017, 02:28:06 PM
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hey yun i was watching somebody on youtube saying that the 1060's are better power effency then the 1070 / 1080's they are running 8 of them ? is it true

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1080TI have very good wattage / hash rate if you're willing to under clock them at a lost of hash.  You can easily do over 500 Sols at 125W so it would beat the 1070 hands down but you wouldn't do that as you would be losing money.  At 200W and 700 Sol via Power Limit of 200, definitely not a bad deal either.   For a very large environment, less rigs to achieve the same hash is usually better as you have less rigs to maintain, service, RMA, power and build.   Where 1070 excels is for ETH 30 MH vs 36-38 for 1080TI.  I have a lot of 1070s too when they were at $340 or less but not at 400+ which is where the 1080TIs is a much better value per dollar. 


Yeah I got to the party late & am at over $400/each GPU. I seriously considered 1060s(for a while) & buying used off eBay etc. But finally just pulled the trigger for 1.5GH on ETH. Zcash is something else I'm waiting to try, just doesn't seem as profitable just yet. Still I'd love to tell my wife "remember those $750 GPUs?.. I ordered 8 of them!" haha
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September 24, 2017, 04:38:56 AM
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All my rigs are shut down.   Water level is breeching 30% up driveway.   It's not looking good.............7 more days of rain.    All detention ponds and bayou are breached.
 Only thing we can do is pray.  Only 1 life jacket in the house, who gets it?  L3 or 1080TI?
flood insurance will pay for all your losses

not If they don't have flood insurance, which is seprate from normal insurance which doesn't usually cover floods or flooding, also knowing that only 12 percent of people in texas in and around the affected areas have flood insurance. chances are if his house flooded he may not get squat back because flooding wasn't covered

I want to say max flood insurance payout is like $250k for house(structure - maybe more if he had it registered as a business) and maybe $100k for appliances. Not sure where he is but if it was the SW side or Kingwood area he may be in a world of hurt. Spent most of this week in Kingwood helping clean up a co-workers house. Sad stuff

250k only ? that wont even cover most house structures, that cant be right

That's what I keep hearing. I tried to navigate the FEMA website to confirm which I knew was the wrong approach. Googling around shows the $250k structure + 100k personal property.
The best article I found was Consumer Report

https://www.consumerreports.org/flood-insurance/what-flood-insurance-does-and-does-not-cover/




honestly the only good info is that of which comes from the insurance company not off some danm 3rd party consumer reports website, not all insurance is the same, at best that's prolly an average and not the full information from a particular insurance company as there are lots of them, lots of insurance that people have DONT cover personal stuff, covers structure at best unless they are paying a premium which in texas I doubt any or most have that kind of insurance

Move out to the mountain west, it's cold during winter that you don't need air conditioning and during the summers the basements stay really cool that you'll need minimum air conditioning for your rigs. 

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October 26, 2017, 04:27:36 AM
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D3 ARMY!!!!!!!!!


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sent you a pm....but at my 12c kWh that big a boat won't float at these x11 prices........ (I have 4k plus for 2 units, ONE 2nd batch at $2.6k and ONE nov batch at $1.4k)

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