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November 09, 2017, 03:43:28 AM
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Power consumption is not an obstacle for me.  With that in mind what would be the best and most powerful mining rig out there?  Or what kind of build could you point me to?  Thanks in advance!
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November 09, 2017, 03:48:07 AM
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Look around the Forum, there are at least 5 other current threads on this answering the same damn question!

-Joshua Zipkin aka Joshua Alexander leaked AMT A1 miner skype chats http://bit.ly/1Qjt6lj
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November 09, 2017, 03:55:32 AM
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Wanted to specify power is not an issue since that's the deciding factor for 90% of the mining industry it seems.  Thanks for the answer though! 
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November 09, 2017, 11:58:28 AM
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Wanted to specify power is not an issue since that's the deciding factor for 90% of the mining industry it seems.  Thanks for the answer though! 

The clarification doesn't make a difference, the 5 aforementioned threads and the many before all cover the information you would need.  Seeing as this is in the Bitcoin forum I will give you a small amount of info then please run wild through the threads soaking up what you can.

1) Avalon 741- Reliable, good customer service, decent service/response times for defective or damaged units
2) Bitmain s9 - Most efficient, higher in field failure rate, long frustrating expensive process for repairs under warranty( I've heard, no personal experience)
3) Ebit E9- somewhere in the middle, I stopped looking into them early as I knew they weren't for me, but I think they are currently the easiest to buy and get in hand.

Check the threads regarding all these units.
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November 10, 2017, 12:19:27 PM
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Wanted to specify power is not an issue since that's the deciding factor for 90% of the mining industry it seems.  Thanks for the answer though! 

When you say power consumption is not a factor do you mean the cost for usage, total capacity available to you, or both?  If both then I would recommend going with the most reliable miner you can find and everyone including myself swear by the S3 as being an absolute beast.  Only issue if you have unlimited supply and electricity is free to you will be the cost of power supplies to run the S3.  Which again comes back to power.....  So what do you mean by power is not an issue?  If you're like 95% of the people who ask this question who are renting an apartment with electricity included you can find plenty of summaries of why this is most likely not going to work for very long.
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