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May 12, 2017, 05:40:07 AM
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???Hi guys and gals. I have recently upgraded from 2 s4's to 3 s7's  (4.73 th/s)plus 1 s9  ( april batch )
My question is - I have the #1 board on an s7 ( dual fan) running at 81*+ . after replacing the control board with a new one , the hot board #1 continues.
 If replacing the hash board, how do I determine which is #1 ? Thank you
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May 12, 2017, 09:46:12 AM
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???Hi guys and gals. I have recently upgraded from 2 s4's to 3 s7's  (4.73 th/s)plus 1 s9  ( april batch )
My question is - I have the #1 board on an s7 ( dual fan) running at 81*+ . after replacing the control board with a new one , the hot board #1 continues.
 If replacing the hash board, how do I determine which is #1 ? Thank you

start the gear  with two boards attached with pcie cables  three different times


1-2-3  test one    and screen shot the gui  showing the two boards mining


1--2--3     test two    screen shot the gui


1---2---3  test three  screen shot the gui


compare the screen shots as the numbering varies controller to controller   so that is the best way

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May 12, 2017, 10:08:39 AM
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???Hi guys and gals. I have recently upgraded from 2 s4's to 3 s7's  (4.73 th/s)plus 1 s9  ( april batch )
My question is - I have the #1 board on an s7 ( dual fan) running at 81*+ . after replacing the control board with a new one , the hot board #1 continues.
 If replacing the hash board, how do I determine which is #1 ? Thank you

start the gear  with two boards attached with pcie cables  three different times


1-2-3  test one    and screen shot the gui  showing the two boards mining


1--2--3     test two    screen shot the gui


1---2---3  test three  screen shot the gui




compare the screen shots as the numbering varies controller to controller   so that is the best way
Thank you for the assistance.
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