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October 31, 2017, 01:20:48 PM
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this one uses 8 pcie in from your psu

then the 8 pcie on the long side go into your gpus'

the seller I found for it on alibaba did not want to work with me as I told him I do only alibaba messages and would want to use paypal to pay him. he wants 160 for the sample .

Besides the fact he seemed shady. these slots are spaced tight




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October 31, 2017, 01:24:44 PM
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Awh damn I thought this was the board with the onboard CPU and RAM already. Sad

Sorry for being MIA - too busy with other work stuff now.

Hope I can escape for a day or two to continue testing the rigs.

The one Phil got requires an ATX PSU to power 3 molex and 3 sata.

You can use a server PSU to compliment higher end cards - probably similar to the 6 x slot ONDA D1800 BTC board.

Phil - did you received the 2nd D1800 board?

I have tested that board with P106s, and work in progress R9-Nanos, R9-390, RX470 and RX480s.

The current board that I am testing has onboard CPU/RAM with all PCI 6-pin power, and 9 x PCI slots, see the following:



waiting on the second d1800
Looks like  we are up to 5 different boards.

I was not able to cut a deal with the seller of the board below.  but cit I will give you his alibaba info.
maybe you can cut a deal for it.


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October 31, 2017, 01:36:37 PM
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I put a water-cooled card on it.





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October 31, 2017, 01:39:14 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

I am testing this board to replace the aging H81s in my ETH farm (mostly RX470,480, R9-Nanos and R9-390s) and finally get rid of all the bloody risers (as much as possible without too much downtime)

No time to edit this pix - sorry my farm is in a mess but it works.

2 x D1800 stacked in one 2 tier shoe rack - no risers. ATX power supply. The whole rig is below 500watts.

As you can see, I love hanging GPUs so that they can breathe easier.


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October 31, 2017, 01:40:53 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

Man that's crazy meh. High price.. fewer slots.. :/

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October 31, 2017, 01:42:32 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

Man that's crazy meh. High price.. fewer slots.. :/

LOL yes, for testing purpose  ... the final resting place for this P106s is on the Asus 19 GPU board powered by nvOC.

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October 31, 2017, 01:46:12 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

Man that's crazy meh. High price.. fewer slots.. :/

yeah I prefer this 8 card board  you supply the cpu and the ram.

the sample was 120 plus 50 to ship plus 8 paypal fee  or 178

if I order 10-15 boards and pay 110 x 10 = 1100 plus 200 to ship   you are at 1300 for 10  tack on paypal fee of 65  1365 for 10  or 136.50 a board

if I sell them for 150 + 20 to ship = 170 in the usa I make 13.50 a board

this board whispers to me at night  water cool me please Grin






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October 31, 2017, 01:46:55 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

Man that's crazy meh. High price.. fewer slots.. :/

The ONDA D1800 board and the 9 slot board with blade CPU onboard


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October 31, 2017, 01:53:53 PM
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The ONDA D1800 BTC boards (6 PCI slots) with onboard celeron CPU - now already in production.

Caveat: the first GPU must have video out to work, in my case P106s on the last 5 slots and a cheap EVGA 1050ti on the first GPU.\

Man that's crazy meh. High price.. fewer slots.. :/

yeah I prefer this 8 card board  you supply the cpu and the ram.

the sample was 120 plus 50 to ship plus 8 paypal fee  or 178

if I order 10-15 boards and pay 110 x 10 = 1100 plus 200 to ship   you are at 1300 for 10  tack on paypal fee of 65  1365 for 10  or 136.50 a board

if I sell them for 150 + 20 to ship = 170 in the usa I make 13.50 a board

this board whispers to me at night  water cool me please Grin


This is a good board - better than the D1800.

I think you can use ATX for mobo, 3 x molex and 3 x sata and a server PSU to power the higher end GPUs.

I am testing this currently with the D1800.

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October 31, 2017, 02:24:52 PM
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hey philip - may I check with you on a problem that I cannot find a solution to...

my rig:
CPU: Intel Core i3 7100 2x 3.90GHz So.1151 
Motherboard: ASROCK H110 PRO BTC+
Memory: Kingston - HyperX Fury Black 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory
Storage: SanDisk - SSD PLUS 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Video Cards: 4x3GB Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Windforce OC and 3xMSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X
Case: Modded
Risers: 7xv.7
Power Supply: 2xLC Power Platinum Series LC1200 with a daisy chain

When I run some of the multipool miners (i.e. nemo), after a while my second PSU will shut down and i would need to switch it off/on the power switch to get it working again. With other miners, (i.e. ZEC miner), would work fine.

Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?

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October 31, 2017, 02:47:54 PM
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Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?
It sounds like the PSU is being overdrawn and shutting itself down for protection.

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October 31, 2017, 02:53:10 PM
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That 8 GPU board paired  with cheap case and good fans will be a miner dream , no need for crappy 24 pin ATX connector and no stupid risers/wiring   .
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October 31, 2017, 03:03:51 PM
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Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?
It sounds like the PSU is being overdrawn and shutting itself down for protection.

this is my conclusion

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October 31, 2017, 03:28:42 PM
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Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?
It sounds like the PSU is being overdrawn and shutting itself down for protection.

this is my conclusion

I have the H110 -- you need to power both molex on the mobo to make it work stable.

I can get away without the molex powered if I run XMR but once you mine ZEC or ETH, you need the extra juice and both 4-pin molex needs to be powered.

With all 13 x GPUs  (GA and Sapphire RX 470s)

Scenario 1: XMR - 1 Delta 2400w and PICO kit (consuming 1000-1200watts)

Scenario 2: ZEC and ETH - 1 Delta for all the risers and GPUs, and 1 x ATX PSU to power mobo and the 2 damn 4-pin molex (1600-1700watts)


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October 31, 2017, 04:09:09 PM
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now running 4x 1070
and 1 1080 ti

about 580 watts  for 2200 sols

I have to stop I need more cards


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October 31, 2017, 04:29:59 PM
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im liking that 9 slot board with the cpu blade a lot. seems it would make a very clean build, one server psu, no risers, simple to build an enclosed case for. line the front of the case with delta fans and off it goes. then just keep building and stacking em.
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October 31, 2017, 04:36:39 PM
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Yeah I saw that C.B250A-BTC PLUS V20 board.  Lets say you fill it up, You need 16x 6 pin, + 6pins for the GPU's.  Plus is there an 8 pin for the CPU ?  We are talking a lot of connectors here...

The eight 6pins on the short end are inputs from the PSU.  The eight 6pins on the long side are outputs that connect to the GPU power connectors, and there is a 4pin on the other short end.
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October 31, 2017, 04:50:33 PM
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Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?
It sounds like the PSU is being overdrawn and shutting itself down for protection.

this is my conclusion

I have the H110 -- you need to power both molex on the mobo to make it work stable.

I can get away without the molex powered if I run XMR but once you mine ZEC or ETH, you need the extra juice and both 4-pin molex needs to be powered.

With all 13 x GPUs  (GA and Sapphire RX 470s)

Scenario 1: XMR - 1 Delta 2400w and PICO kit (consuming 1000-1200watts)

Scenario 2: ZEC and ETH - 1 Delta for all the risers and GPUs, and 1 x ATX PSU to power mobo and the 2 damn 4-pin molex (1600-1700watts)



citronick how do you avoid the GPU's overheating in case the rig freeze or shuts down?  I'm having big problems with the Delta because the GPU's remains connected to power when the rig locks up or it's shutting down and the GPU's fans are not spinning anymore to ventilate the cards. One time I found my cards so hot that I could not touch them....
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October 31, 2017, 04:57:28 PM
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Do you think it has to do with insufficient power being supplied to the PSU or driver issue with the board?
It sounds like the PSU is being overdrawn and shutting itself down for protection.

this is my conclusion

I have the H110 -- you need to power both molex on the mobo to make it work stable.

I can get away without the molex powered if I run XMR but once you mine ZEC or ETH, you need the extra juice and both 4-pin molex needs to be powered.

With all 13 x GPUs  (GA and Sapphire RX 470s)

Scenario 1: XMR - 1 Delta 2400w and PICO kit (consuming 1000-1200watts)

Scenario 2: ZEC and ETH - 1 Delta for all the risers and GPUs, and 1 x ATX PSU to power mobo and the 2 damn 4-pin molex (1600-1700watts)



citronick how do you avoid the GPU's overheating in case the rig freeze or shuts down?  I'm having big problems with the Delta because the GPU's remains connected to power when the rig locks up or it's shutting down and the GPU's fans are not spinning anymore to ventilate the cards. One time I found my cards so hot that I could not touch them....

Solution:

First... Move to Linux and then use SRR - Simple Rig Resetter system from Tytanick.

I use a lot of Deltas esp for the 12 and 13 GPU rigs.

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October 31, 2017, 05:02:06 PM
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five gpus

4 watercooled





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