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October 19, 2017, 04:05:08 PM
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Some update on the 9 x PCI slot motherboard.

The cables provided are 6pins on both ends, but the socket along the PCI slots are all 8pins... I assume that I could use the 6pin when inserted far right. I have done odd connections like this in the past when dealing with Bitmain PSUs.

I am waiting for confirmation from vendor so that I can be sure before I power it up.

A single Delta 2400w PSU would have no problems with this board.

Question is .... what GPU was this board intended for? My guess will be 1060/1070 or RX470/480.

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Look perfect for the msi 1070 itx

Yup... I concur, 1070s has very good tdp, P106, 1060s even better

I tested the older R7-370s on this board to see the spacing and seems 8 x GPUs is best config. That slot - right side - next to the CPU card will be too close to each other.

Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

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October 19, 2017, 04:39:48 PM
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eight of the above  look perfect.

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https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-200mm-Quiet-Airflow-CL-F016-PL20BU/dp/B00J0NZGGQ/ref=sr_1_3?


put it over  the cpu card  and 2 gpus left and right

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interesting thread ...

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October 19, 2017, 06:46:13 PM
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Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

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Did they include a mounting bracket for the CPU card?


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October 19, 2017, 07:15:06 PM
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Anybody here uses liquid cooled 1080ti's?
Any reviews?

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October 19, 2017, 07:21:40 PM
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interesting thread ...

philipma1957's threads are always interesting Smiley  At least there is real discussion on hardware, setups, etc.  im probably going to get a few of those boards, racking solutions just got that much easier.

                                 
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October 19, 2017, 09:17:58 PM
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interesting thread ...

philipma1957's threads are always interesting Smiley  At least there is real discussion on hardware, setups, etc.  im probably going to get a few of those boards, racking solutions just got that much easier.

thanks to both of you




Anybody here uses liquid cooled 1080ti's?
Any reviews?

I have them  the evga and the msi


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071XRBGVW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1



https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0713XX64Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


they are good cards they cost more  but if you want certain things they have a purpose.


there is another style of water block

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-NVIDIA-GeForce-3DisplayPort-PCI-Express/dp/B01JP5OQKA/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1508447559&sr=1-2&keywords=1070+seahawk

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-NVIDIA-GeForce-2DisplayPort-PCI-Express/dp/B075Z3Y1HY/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1508447611&sr=1-5&keywords=1080+ti+seahawk

these are 100% water block no fans and they need this
http://www.performance-pcs.com/ek-kit-x360-premium-watercooler-kit.html

they are more complex I have them on order  the 1070's are pretty much the same as the 1080 ti's to set up.

If you can get the cheaper 1080 ti's to start they are easier.

I will be doing a youtube video show how quiet these are. I like them but resale may be hard.

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Some update on the 9 x PCI slot motherboard.

The cables provided are 6pins on both ends, but the socket along the PCI slots are all 8pins... I assume that I could use the 6pin when inserted far right. I have done odd connections like this in the past when dealing with Bitmain PSUs.

I am waiting for confirmation from vendor so that I can be sure before I power it up.

A single Delta 2400w PSU would have no problems with this board.

Question is .... what GPU was this board intended for? My guess will be 1060/1070 or RX470/480.

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Look perfect for the msi 1070 itx

Yup... I concur, 1070s has very good tdp, P106, 1060s even better

I tested the older R7-370s on this board to see the spacing and seems 8 x GPUs is best config. That slot - right side - next to the CPU card will be too close to each other.

Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

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That looks really good! Is it from Panto Tech? I can only find one with the compute blade on the end and with broadwell cpu on https://panto.en.alibaba.com  



A shame parallelminer have sold out of the Delta 2400W PSU now. Hopefully they can find more stock or might have to try out one of these beasts https://panto.en.alibaba.com/product/60695182300-803289429/2600W_Ethereum_Bitcoin_Miner_Power_Supply_12_GPU_For_Bitcoin_Miners_High_quality_Computer_Power_supply_For_BTC.html
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A shame parallelminer have sold out of the Delta 2400W PSU now. Hopefully they can find more stock or might have to try out one of these beasts https://panto.en.alibaba.com/product/60695182300-803289429/2600W_Ethereum_Bitcoin_Miner_Power_Supply_12_GPU_For_Bitcoin_Miners_High_quality_Computer_Power_supply_For_BTC.html

Looks like a nice psu
Anybody can share their experience with it?
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offtopic: somebody knows what happend with zencash? what was the reason of this pump?
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A shame parallelminer have sold out of the Delta 2400W PSU now. Hopefully they can find more stock or might have to try out one of these beasts https://panto.en.alibaba.com/product/60695182300-803289429/2600W_Ethereum_Bitcoin_Miner_Power_Supply_12_GPU_For_Bitcoin_Miners_High_quality_Computer_Power_supply_For_BTC.html

Looks like a nice psu
Anybody can share their experience with it?

In my last project we used up 40 pieces of these Deltas - they were plenty before in PM's website - its a very good PSU.

I think BBT Carter has one and refer it as "the China PSU" - he is using it regularly in his rig builds/shows.

I never had some thing unique - like this and I actually ordered 1 x unit just to test.

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October 19, 2017, 11:24:24 PM
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Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

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Did they include a mounting bracket for the CPU card?



no and it would be interesting how this CPU card is secured.

I ask vendor for a detailed schematics

I did see that there is a screw on next to the HDMI.



@jimmykl - scroll back a few pages. The vendor is Panto-Tech. My goto guy there is Andy Lee. Yup, we are reviewing 3 types of boards in the thread.

@Smontiel - was mining ZEN for a while - no special news that I saw but privacy coins like ZEN is always in demand. JPM did announced recently that they will use ZEC technology... maybe it has something to do with that.

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Some update on the 9 x PCI slot motherboard.

The cables provided are 6pins on both ends, but the socket along the PCI slots are all 8pins... I assume that I could use the 6pin when inserted far right. I have done odd connections like this in the past when dealing with Bitmain PSUs.

I am waiting for confirmation from vendor so that I can be sure before I power it up.

A single Delta 2400w PSU would have no problems with this board.

Question is .... what GPU was this board intended for? My guess will be 1060/1070 or RX470/480.

---


Look perfect for the msi 1070 itx

Yup... I concur, 1070s has very good tdp, P106, 1060s even better

I tested the older R7-370s on this board to see the spacing and seems 8 x GPUs is best config. That slot - right side - next to the CPU card will be too close to each other.

Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

FRONT


BACK





It looks like the PC board and one of the video cards could potentially tilt over and touch components.  That would kind of suck but looks like a nice board!

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October 20, 2017, 02:11:50 AM
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Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

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Did they include a mounting bracket for the CPU card?



no and it would be interesting how this CPU card is secured.

I ask vendor for a detailed schematics

I did see that there is a screw on next to the HDMI.



@jimmykl - scroll back a few pages. The vendor is Panto-Tech. My goto guy there is Andy Lee. Yup, we are reviewing 3 types of boards in the thread.

@Smontiel - was mining ZEN for a while - no special news that I saw but privacy coins like ZEN is always in demand. JPM did announced recently that they will use ZEC technology... maybe it has something to do with that.

Hey bud, how likely is it for you to get ahold of more of this 9 slot board with that compute blade?

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Some update on the 9 x PCI slot motherboard.

The cables provided are 6pins on both ends, but the socket along the PCI slots are all 8pins... I assume that I could use the 6pin when inserted far right. I have done odd connections like this in the past when dealing with Bitmain PSUs.

I am waiting for confirmation from vendor so that I can be sure before I power it up.

A single Delta 2400w PSU would have no problems with this board.

Question is .... what GPU was this board intended for? My guess will be 1060/1070 or RX470/480.

---


Look perfect for the msi 1070 itx

Yup... I concur, 1070s has very good tdp, P106, 1060s even better

I tested the older R7-370s on this board to see the spacing and seems 8 x GPUs is best config. That slot - right side - next to the CPU card will be too close to each other.

Also, I think a basic aluminum open cage-frame is needed to ensure that the CPU card doesn't move around.

FRONT


BACK





It looks like the PC board and one of the video cards could potentially tilt over and touch components.  That would kind of suck but looks like a nice board!

Ive actually been contemplating purchasing a good quality 3d printer to print a custom case, because it would be very useful to print wind tunnels into the case, basically turning each card into its own hot space and placing fans on each individual tunnel to force air across the GPU and out the other side of the case.

I seen someone else 3d print something with little cubbies that he could slide each gpu into, then cap each cubbie off with a 140mm fan, the gpu temps drop drastically from the directional cooling, he had each gpu connected into a large pvc sewer pipe that ran up the wall and out the building.

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Sorry to change the topic a little here but I'm hoping you guys can help me like you usually do.  So I got my trezor and ledger nano s.  I set them both up and transferred a tiny bit of coin into each one.  After that I wiped them and I recovered them from the seed keys and they worked great.  The problem here is that I set them up as segwit addresses which I figured shouldn't be that big of a deal.  Here's where the problem came up.  I wanted to set up a watch only wallet so that I could watch the balance of my devices without having to connect them every time.  So I exported the xpub key and imported it into Mycelium.  Of course in Mycelium both the trezor and the ledger balance showed up as zero.  Unfortunately I don't think there are any watch only wallets that support segwit at this point.  What should I do?  Do I switch back to the old bitcoin addresses or should I try to wait it out until there is support for segwit addresses?

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Sorry to change the topic a little here but I'm hoping you guys can help me like you usually do.  So I got my trezor and ledger nano s.  I set them both up and transferred a tiny bit of coin into each one.  After that I wiped them and I recovered them from the seed keys and they worked great.  The problem here is that I set them up as segwit addresses which I figured shouldn't be that big of a deal.  Here's where the problem came up.  I wanted to set up a watch only wallet so that I could watch the balance of my devices without having to connect them every time.  So I exported the xpub key and imported it into Mycelium.  Of course in Mycelium both the trezor and the ledger balance showed up as zero.  Unfortunately I don't think there are any watch only wallets that support segwit at this point.  What should I do?  Do I switch back to the old bitcoin addresses or should I try to wait it out until there is support for segwit addresses?

Over my head  I have yet to try this. Anyone  do this?






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So what psu will you try with it.  Looks like you need an ATX  and you can not do  2 that easy.
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 I have the rosewill tokamak 1500 titanium


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That rosewill is 360 + too much coin man.
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