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December 08, 2017, 08:03:12 PM
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Been having huge headache with these Crappy D3.  So many of them faulting and ending up with slow hash or only 1 or 2 boards showing up.  I am seeing a lot of forums reporting similar issues but no real fix.  =(

yeah the D3 are trash worse even than the DS9

S9 is a 1 out of 4 failure rate, on my D3 2 out of 4

you need to use that new blitz firmware to reduce power use and heat on the chips otherwise the failures will increase


Where can I get this blitz firmware.

@Citronick - Dash will go past 1K for sure.  No worries on that.

Hey yun, happy to see you're still alive and kickin'  Cool, how's the shed going nowadays ? Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2346161.0 here for the bliz fw

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December 10, 2017, 08:28:12 AM
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For Mining not for Data centers so anything that is reliable, can handle many hosts and fast is good.  I don't think it need Enterprise level Routers but I could be wrong.   The consumer grade routers, simply are not made to do that well above 80-100 hosts and that's already really pushing it since they are design for home at 15 or less devices.

For that many "host" (500x mining rig) you do need medium/big business routers, the switching and routing capabilities of home or even small enterprise routers is just not good enough. Also when you consider reliability having for example hot swappable/redundant PSU's, redundant WAN, it's great to have, if your router fall, the whole operation fall.

You didn't gave me much infos to go with. But if i take what my rigs use, and multiply it by 25x to reach 500 i think a 4321 or 4331 should be enough and you can find plenty of used/refurbished/brand new ones on ebay. But if you also route your home connection through it, you will be limited in bandwith because i presume you have a 500Mbps internet at least ?

Maybe a cheap alternative like the RV340 (~300$) could fit your need, but tbh i'll be more confident with one of the above even the smallest one.
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December 12, 2017, 03:00:07 AM
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D3 ARMY!!!!!!!!!









Fun

Nice setup! How are you keeping these D3s cooled? Looking at doing the same setup with S9s in a shed... just lining them up on a shelf. Do you have a hot aisle to handle the heat?
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December 13, 2017, 06:44:54 PM
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Dealing with routers dying now.  Anyone know of a good router for up to 500 rigs?

The Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Pro will be the perfect router.  It can handle over 2 million + packets per second and it comes at a steep discount compared to Cisco.  And its much faster.

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December 13, 2017, 07:09:22 PM
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Just found this thread, that really is a thing of beauty  Grin

Puts my puny setup to shame.

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December 15, 2017, 06:20:06 AM
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This is an awesome set up. I am starting my shed set up but I will only be starting with two miners lol. Thankfully my shed has a window for exhaust fan but I need to figure out other vents to get the air in.
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January 01, 2018, 02:27:17 AM
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Yun,

Thanks for the post! Your detailed thread (among a few others) were a tremendous inspiration for my project. I owe you a beer or two!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2373161.msg24202689#msg24202689

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January 01, 2018, 05:30:30 AM
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Stumbled upon this too late, learnt a lot of lessons the hard way while building up a small tiny 160 GPU mini mini farm.

Wish I have the room/space to properly do it the right way!

Sometime to aspire to and I think I found my retirement job, mining!!

Thanks for the post! Every post, you learn something new!
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January 28, 2018, 09:40:41 AM
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YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!       A3.................I'm in the Top 10 for Sia baby with my A3 army.


P.S One of my Friend just launched a cool store specifically for us Miners.  The Website is www.mining4less.com   Please check it out and let us know if there's something you would to see be sold on there.  It is a site FOR MINERS by MINERS!






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January 28, 2018, 11:41:18 AM
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YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!       A3.................I'm in the Top 10 for Sia baby with my A3 army.


P.S One of my Friend just launched a cool store specifically for us Miners.  The Website is www.mining4less.com   Please check it out and let us know if there's something you would to see be sold on there.  It is a site FOR MINERS by MINERS!








Please push a note to your friend that there are no means to contact him on the page. Got a question about listed hardware BTW.
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January 28, 2018, 06:49:13 PM
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Thanks for the support BSALEX.  I relayed your message to my buddy.  It will get change within a week.  He's going to be adding a lot more product soon including hard to get stuff.   It's always good to support Vendors that are not only sellers but are also miners themselves and care about our special needs / requests.


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January 28, 2018, 10:13:23 PM
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Great post, my fellow Texan.  Btw...Louis XIII is overrated.  There’s much better tasting cognacs Smiley
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Great post, my fellow Texan.  Btw...Louis XIII is overrated.  There’s much better tasting cognacs Smiley.  


I don't think it's over rated at all.  Not everyone can say they've tasted the XIII and not 1 have I've known said they have been dissappointed.    I crack a bottle for every big celebrations and I celebrate very often.  Here's another bottle along with my Paradis.  Even the bottle and the box is worth money and all my guests fight for it.  I think the Hennessy Paradis is over rated.


 
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January 30, 2018, 12:14:13 PM
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Great post, my fellow Texan.  Btw...Louis XIII is overrated.  There’s much better tasting cognacs Smiley.  


I don't think it's over rated at all.  Not everyone can say they've tasted the XIII and not 1 have I've known said they have been dissappointed.    I crack a bottle for every big celebrations and I celebrate very often.  Here's another bottle along with my Paradis.  Even the bottle and the box is worth money and all my guests fight for it.  I think the Hennessy Paradis is over rated.


https://i.imgur.com/I33sCJV.jpg  

Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a great cognac.  I only mention it because we do blind taste tests at our Chinese New Years parties with a low,  mid, and high end cognacs for fun to see if people can match the correct cognac.  Not many have gotten it right or preferred the LXIII.  Those bottles are definitely worth some dough though! My friends got sold a bootleg bottle in China once and said it tasted like herbal medicine lol.
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Dealing with routers dying now.  Anyone know of a good router for up to 500 rigs?

The Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Pro will be the perfect router.  It can handle over 2 million + packets per second and it comes at a steep discount compared to Cisco.  And its much faster.

ddtech

If anyone is looking for a cheap router that will easily handle a lot of traffic, check out PFSense. its a free linux os used to turn any desktop into an edge router, just requires that the desktop have 2 ethernet ports, i just used a cheap gigabit pcie card to achieve this.
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January 31, 2018, 08:02:57 AM
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Dealing with routers dying now.  Anyone know of a good router for up to 500 rigs?

The Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Pro will be the perfect router.  It can handle over 2 million + packets per second and it comes at a steep discount compared to Cisco.  And its much faster.

ddtech

If anyone is looking for a cheap router that will easily handle a lot of traffic, check out PFSense. its a free linux os used to turn any desktop into an edge router, just requires that the desktop have 2 ethernet ports, i just used a cheap gigabit pcie card to achieve this.


Awesome TiP - Going to look into it as I can use a laptop for this purpose and it will allow me the battery of the laptop to act as a free UPS devices for the router function!
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February 01, 2018, 11:15:56 PM
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Dealing with routers dying now.  Anyone know of a good router for up to 500 rigs?

The Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Pro will be the perfect router.  It can handle over 2 million + packets per second and it comes at a steep discount compared to Cisco.  And its much faster.

ddtech

If anyone is looking for a cheap router that will easily handle a lot of traffic, check out PFSense. its a free linux os used to turn any desktop into an edge router, just requires that the desktop have 2 ethernet ports, i just used a cheap gigabit pcie card to achieve this.

I got this one: https://cradlepoint.com/products/aer-3100

Works great!....and it has LTE! So, if you main goes down...poof you are up and running!


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February 05, 2018, 05:34:42 AM
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@SMcalister91 - Awesome Tip on the PFsense.  I ordered a unit to try out.  I'm building 1 using a Corei5 CPU, will post more on it later.
@Beerman81 - That looks pretty awesome too!
@ Romi - It hashes about 790-810 Sol on full Throttle using 250W of power.

@Everyone - My Buddy's www.mining4less.com place will soon open 2 new Mega Hosting facilities to expand his existing 2 Facilities.  Please let me know if you know anyone who wants to HOST their ASICs.  I believe his site will be live after March 15.  His prices are very competitive and he already have 2 Existing Mega facilities that he hosts many rigs.  U guys know my level of quality so if I'm vouching for www.mining4less.com hostings.  They currently host many of my GPU rigs and A3/D3/S9/L3s and Innosicilon A4+.  


Current Promotional Discount Deal for BitcoinTalk members who mentioned seeing the hosting from my thread.

Power Supply Rental = $9 /month

Full Year Prepaid
Bitmain L3           - $74 /month
Bitmain A3/ D3     - 89/month
Bitmain S9           - 95 / month


6 Month Prepaid
Bitmain L3           - $79 /month
Bitmain A3/ D3     - 95/month
Bitmain S9           - 99 / month


Standard Monthly No Commitments
Bitmain L3           - $85 /month
Bitmain A3/ D3     - 100/month
Bitmain S9           - 110 / month


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February 06, 2018, 10:05:02 AM
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Thanks for the support BSALEX.  I relayed your message to my buddy.  It will get change within a week.  He's going to be adding a lot more product soon including hard to get stuff.   It's always good to support Vendors that are not only sellers but are also miners themselves and care about our special needs / requests.

Contact details pop on the site, but I get no answer for a simple question about breakout board compatibility :-(
Seem like your buddy is not ready to get proper responce time due to overload or message mishandling.
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February 12, 2018, 05:25:39 PM
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Thanks for the Feedback BSAlex.  I pinged my friend about that and they mentioned there was an issue with their mail inbox which was resolved today.  They will be responding to you soon.   

Thanks a lot! I know that it is not an easy thing to start new online shop. Trying to be helpful :-)


Appreciate it BSALEX and many others.  They are seeing a lot of activities thanks to you all.  I just ordered more S9 and A3 to be hosted by them.  Good group of people.
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