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November 14, 2017, 01:11:01 AM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA D1800 motherboard (6 GPU) is $55 USD .





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The optional fan support beam is +$18 or two for +$30 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).




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November 14, 2017, 04:41:25 AM
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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)

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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)
If the PSU is mounted behind/front of the GPUs, then yes, it would fit in a rack.  But, then you would want a fully enclosed case?



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November 14, 2017, 05:54:09 PM
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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)
If the PSU is mounted behind/front of the GPUs, then yes, it would fit in a rack.  But, then you would want a fully enclosed case?

I am outfitting 26x36" rack mount shipping cases with miners.... for portability...   Ill be putting the major air moving fan on the case door itself; and the opposite side of the case will have a washable filter installed... so mounting them in the case like that would be most ideal.  I have a LOT of depth in the case, so mounting the PSU behind the MG/GPU's wouldn't be a bad thing.  I probably wont be adding any extra paneling to the frame... the frame just makes it easy to secure to the shipping case if I add ears =)

I want it to be relatively weatherproof, rugged, etc....

I have some serious plans for these things....   You have to be mobile and compact to use the [almost] free power scenario I am using....  I pay per foot at locations and get an included 20-30A 220V line.....   Keeping the unti all packed away in cases, makes heat management easy to do, makes them mobile, and also helps you mediate the noise a mining operation produces, as I want to attract as little attention as possible.

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November 14, 2017, 10:24:05 PM
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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)
If the PSU is mounted behind/front of the GPUs, then yes, it would fit in a rack.  But, then you would want a fully enclosed case?

I am outfitting 26x36" rack mount shipping cases with miners.... for portability...   Ill be putting the major air moving fan on the case door itself; and the opposite side of the case will have a washable filter installed... so mounting them in the case like that would be most ideal.  I have a LOT of depth in the case, so mounting the PSU behind the MG/GPU's wouldn't be a bad thing.  I probably wont be adding any extra paneling to the frame... the frame just makes it easy to secure to the shipping case if I add ears =)

I want it to be relatively weatherproof, rugged, etc....

I have some serious plans for these things....   You have to be mobile and compact to use the [almost] free power scenario I am using....  I pay per foot at locations and get an included 20-30A 220V line.....   Keeping the unti all packed away in cases, makes heat management easy to do, makes them mobile, and also helps you mediate the noise a mining operation produces, as I want to attract as little attention as possible.
Brilliant idea. I've had thoughts of this type of plan as well. I wish you luck.
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November 14, 2017, 11:18:31 PM
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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)
If the PSU is mounted behind/front of the GPUs, then yes, it would fit in a rack.  But, then you would want a fully enclosed case?

I am outfitting 26x36" rack mount shipping cases with miners.... for portability...   Ill be putting the major air moving fan on the case door itself; and the opposite side of the case will have a washable filter installed... so mounting them in the case like that would be most ideal.  I have a LOT of depth in the case, so mounting the PSU behind the MG/GPU's wouldn't be a bad thing.  I probably wont be adding any extra paneling to the frame... the frame just makes it easy to secure to the shipping case if I add ears =)

I want it to be relatively weatherproof, rugged, etc....

I have some serious plans for these things....   You have to be mobile and compact to use the [almost] free power scenario I am using....  I pay per foot at locations and get an included 20-30A 220V line.....   Keeping the unti all packed away in cases, makes heat management easy to do, makes them mobile, and also helps you mediate the noise a mining operation produces, as I want to attract as little attention as possible.
Understood.

Yeah, I've built frames for server racks before.  This one is more than you need, but is a good example:


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November 15, 2017, 03:02:50 AM
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Would I be able to add ears to fit this case onto a rack?

Im not sure if its possible with the dimensions of your material, but if it can be done.... Ill be interested.... or else im just going to gut an AT era case and fit my board into that =)
If the PSU is mounted behind/front of the GPUs, then yes, it would fit in a rack.  But, then you would want a fully enclosed case?

I am outfitting 26x36" rack mount shipping cases with miners.... for portability...   Ill be putting the major air moving fan on the case door itself; and the opposite side of the case will have a washable filter installed... so mounting them in the case like that would be most ideal.  I have a LOT of depth in the case, so mounting the PSU behind the MG/GPU's wouldn't be a bad thing.  I probably wont be adding any extra paneling to the frame... the frame just makes it easy to secure to the shipping case if I add ears =)

I want it to be relatively weatherproof, rugged, etc....

I have some serious plans for these things....   You have to be mobile and compact to use the [almost] free power scenario I am using....  I pay per foot at locations and get an included 20-30A 220V line.....   Keeping the unti all packed away in cases, makes heat management easy to do, makes them mobile, and also helps you mediate the noise a mining operation produces, as I want to attract as little attention as possible.
Understood.

Yeah, I've built frames for server racks before.  This one is more than you need, but is a good example:



Yes.....

Depending on what board I ordered from phil (I just asked him to send me a board and sent him some BTC....), Ill pass on the info/measurements (if you need them) so I can get myself a rack mount case made....

I have a 4U height space free in my cabinet I plan to keep at home... so ill probably want to get the 8+ GPU monster into that space instead of the 4-6 card machine I was planning.

In my instance, I have some Coolmax 1600W power supplies, which are behemoths....  ~12" deep... so I may be needing an extra long case.... but again, Ill give more 411 on it when I get the board in hand so I can get some overall dimensions for you.


I know I could build these myself;  but Id like to support the community Wink  Plus, 99% of what I buy from this site originate from GPU's that are 2x or more ROI already, and my signature payouts Wink

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