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December 15, 2017, 08:22:41 PM
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I would also be interested in some pictures, i am planning to open a mining farm myself and would like to get some advices from more experienced miners.
Btw, have you experienced problems with S9 so far? i heard they break a lot and have numerous problems.

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Architect here. What humidity level are you talking about - percentage wise.

The humidity level in IT rooms can range between 45 to 85%. This is ok. But ideally 40 to 50% should be the range to aim for. The problems normally arise when there is a rapid temperature drop. For example if temperature is hot and humidity is high and the temperature quickly falls, then moisture can drop out of the air and appear on hardware.

The question that might need to be asked is where the humidity is coming from. Miners don't sweat. I hope you don't have many people in the room. I suspect its outside air. Is the outside air being dumped into the farm unconditioned?

If the mechanical design for the farm is correctly designed then the HVAC would have an integrated dehumidifier.

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December 20, 2017, 08:56:57 PM
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Architect here. What humidity level are you talking about - percentage wise.

The humidity level in IT rooms can range between 45 to 85%. This is ok. But ideally 40 to 50% should be the range to aim for. The problems normally arise when there is a rapid temperature drop. For example if temperature is hot and humidity is high and the temperature quickly falls, then moisture can drop out of the air and appear on hardware.

The question that might need to be asked is where the humidity is coming from. Miners don't sweat. I hope you don't have many people in the room. I suspect its outside air. Is the outside air being dumped into the farm unconditioned?

If the mechanical design for the farm is correctly designed then the HVAC would have an integrated dehumidifier.

Chances are it juz rained and then the sun comes out strongly. The air is hot and humid then.
The problem wif a dehumidifier is that it heats up the air.

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December 25, 2017, 10:33:54 PM
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CONGRATULATIONS!

Get a shit ton of silica gel packets and install it inside the rooms. It should help with the moisture to some extent. When the profits start churning in, consider investing in a dehumidifier.


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December 30, 2017, 08:39:37 PM
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CONGRATULATIONS!

Get a shit ton of silica gel packets and install it inside the rooms. It should help with the moisture to some extent. When the profits start churning in, consider investing in a dehumidifier.



Those silica gel will need 2 be heated up to release the moisture also. Not so good.

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January 04, 2018, 01:27:28 PM
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It been over two months now, the ventilation work will be over but no pictures from the OP yet.
I think OP was more interested in the advertisement of the 4G internet devices.  Grin

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January 06, 2018, 08:17:44 AM
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for the moisture part try making a mesh filter around the miners and water collectors at the bottom. followed by dust filters to capture any particles that might damage the miners.
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January 07, 2018, 06:46:08 PM
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I am following this topic since november but still no pictures or hard facts? I know that it is hard work to build a farm like that, especially when your i-net providers screws you up, but maybe you can post a picture of the status of today? At the moment it looks like sharing your amazon affiliate link ^^

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January 07, 2018, 10:11:34 PM
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Don't you have major powercuts there?

I remember when I worked in the Tamil Nadu, the power shortage was a nightmare.
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January 09, 2018, 05:04:12 AM
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Powercuts are a daily occurence in any major city in India.
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January 18, 2018, 08:12:07 AM
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So where is OP did somebody rob him or what ? Would be nice to see some pictures and maybe if you want you can show your monthly profits + electricity cost Smiley Thanks

I hope you see one as this is as a big a farce it can be
The author states that his setup is in Leh,
FYI there is no internet available there no fiber/3G/4G NOTHING
in fact just to talk on telephone there are times you need to use satellite phones, I know this as I am in telecom space.
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January 18, 2018, 08:13:25 AM
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Powercuts are a daily occurence in any major city in India.

Not in Tier 1 Cities they are not anymore
Tier 2 and Tier 3 maybe but still the power is quite cheap it's around 0.06-0.12 USD/unit depending on where you are
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January 18, 2018, 10:02:47 AM
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So where is OP did somebody rob him or what ? Would be nice to see some pictures and maybe if you want you can show your monthly profits + electricity cost Smiley Thanks

I hope you see one as this is as a big a farce it can be
The author states that his setup is in Leh,
FYI there is no internet available there no fiber/3G/4G NOTHING
in fact just to talk on telephone there are times you need to use satellite phones, I know this as I am in telecom space.


OP has been in talks about doing this with me from around August / September last year and going by what he described, he seemed genuine to me at that time. Besides, if he is unresponsive on the forum for a while, it does not imply that he got robbed. That's a silly assumption, even for the sake of a rhetoric statement.

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January 18, 2018, 01:00:32 PM
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Don't you have major powercuts there?

I remember when I worked in the Tamil Nadu, the power shortage was a nightmare.
Why ? Usually not that bad
Why? Because the region needed about 50% more electricity than what was produced.
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Power is not that cheap in India its 0.06-0.10$
Salary is debatable so lets leave
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In norway the median salary is 19300$ with power prices @ 0.05 US Dollar with today's prices.

All this information i gathered by google, and the median sallary is divided by all citizens.
Looks a bit more expensive in Norway: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Electricity_price_statistics
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If the mechanical design for the farm is correctly designed then the HVAC would have an integrated dehumidifier.

IIf a farm is correctly designed you dont have anything other than fans moving air. Air conditioning is the number 1 enemy of profitability.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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Power is not that cheap in India its 0.06-0.10$
Salary is debatable so lets leave

Actually, that's not true. Power rates here are not uniform throughout the country. There are some states that have exceptionally dirt cheap rates. And they are also very suitable for a large-scale mining setup. If only the political atmosphere regarding cryptos were a little fairer, we would soon see large scale mining plants being set up in those states pretty soon.

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April 07, 2018, 11:49:08 AM
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Power is not that cheap in India its 0.06-0.10$
Salary is debatable so lets leave


lol who told you, it depends on the region.

if you are paying 0.1 $ i bet you are having private supplier  or living in a huge city



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So where is OP did somebody rob him or what ? Would be nice to see some pictures and maybe if you want you can show your monthly profits + electricity cost Smiley Thanks

I hope you see one as this is as a big a farce it can be
The author states that his setup is in Leh,
FYI there is no internet available there no fiber/3G/4G NOTHING
in fact just to talk on telephone there are times you need to use satellite phones, I know this as I am in telecom space.


and i was born here, lived most of life here, so i think i know more then a telecom operator lol !

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