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November 30, 2017, 08:54:19 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $90 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 5-6 business days.  

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November 30, 2017, 09:52:37 PM
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Looks good!

Would certainly help clean up the rats nest I currently have:



Any pics of the fan support beam with fans installed?  I'm having a hard time visualizing where they would mount exactly.
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December 01, 2017, 02:31:30 AM
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Looks good!

Would certainly help clean up the rats nest I currently have:
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Any pics of the fan support beam with fans installed?  I'm having a hard time visualizing where they would mount exactly.

The fan beams would pretty much look the same as the ones for the 6 GPU Onda board:





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December 01, 2017, 03:32:36 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20 or two for +$35 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

its this the two support beam setup?


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December 01, 2017, 10:03:20 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20 or two for +$35 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

its this the two support beam setup?


No.  The image you quoted I thought would be a good setup for your radiator cooled GPUs.  Or, the radiators could be mounted horizontally over the GPUs.  Whatever you want Phil.  Grin

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December 03, 2017, 03:53:59 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20 or two for +$35 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

its this the two support beam setup?


No.  The image you quoted I thought would be a good setup for your radiator cooled GPUs.  Or, the radiators could be mounted horizontally over the GPUs.  Whatever you want Phil.  Grin

That  one looks good for the radiators.

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December 03, 2017, 03:57:23 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20 or two for +$35 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

its this the two support beam setup?


No.  The image you quoted I thought would be a good setup for your radiator cooled GPUs.  Or, the radiators could be mounted horizontally over the GPUs.  Whatever you want Phil.  Grin


How for one case with the radiator supports?
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along with the onda b250 board i lent you to measure


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December 04, 2017, 03:44:28 AM
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definitely interested in what this would look like with 8 watercooled GPU's installed.
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December 29, 2017, 01:35:00 PM
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definitely interested in what this would look like with 8 watercooled GPU's installed.

well I do have the thread with it built.

I did 7 watercooled and a wirefree 1050ti


@ spotswood    I want another frame please


and the measurement  you want last card to inside of frame is 435 or 436 mm


here is the build

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2642628.msg26910837#msg26910837

just a little lots more on the thread

Hey if you want to see the spotswood build on youtube


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January 06, 2018, 06:46:38 PM
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Looks awesome. I'm interested in purchasing the version with two fan bars. I sent you a DM.
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January 07, 2018, 05:16:05 AM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

What all would I need if I wanted to utilize all 12 GPUs? I imagine the tray would need to support two rows of fans, with the 2nd row cooling the 4 additional GPUs? Would there be room for two power supplies as well?

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January 07, 2018, 05:54:34 AM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

What all would I need if I wanted to utilize all 12 GPUs? I imagine the tray would need to support two rows of fans, with the 2nd row cooling the 4 additional GPUs? Would there be room for two power supplies as well?

I have another design to support all 12 GPUs.

Do you require mounting the PSUs to the frame?  If so, how many PSUs?
 

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January 07, 2018, 05:59:46 AM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

What all would I need if I wanted to utilize all 12 GPUs? I imagine the tray would need to support two rows of fans, with the 2nd row cooling the 4 additional GPUs? Would there be room for two power supplies as well?

I have another design to support all 12 GPUs.

Do you require mounting the PSUs to the frame?  If so, how many PSUs?
 


2 PSUs max, I'd like to mount them, but if it would take a lot of custom work I'll find one large setup or just not mount the 2nd to the frame.

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January 07, 2018, 07:54:41 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $65 USD .





PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 2-3 business days.  

What all would I need if I wanted to utilize all 12 GPUs? I imagine the tray would need to support two rows of fans, with the 2nd row cooling the 4 additional GPUs? Would there be room for two power supplies as well?

I have another design to support all 12 GPUs.

Do you require mounting the PSUs to the frame?  If so, how many PSUs?
 


2 PSUs max, I'd like to mount them, but if it would take a lot of custom work I'll find one large setup or just not mount the 2nd to the frame.

Well, here's a model for one PSU (mounted near the IO area).



Another area to mount a second PSU could be added to the other/nearest side of the frame.  Or, for others reading this, no areas to mount PSUs is also a possibility.   Wink

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Well, here's a model for one PSU (mounted near the IO area).



Another area to mount a second PSU could be added to the other/nearest side of the frame.  Or, for others reading this, no areas to mount PSUs is also a possibility.   Wink


What would pricing be for the model pictured and the 2 PSU setup? Sorry for 20 questions, just trying to get my budget finalized.

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Well, here's a model for one PSU (mounted near the IO area).



Another area to mount a second PSU could be added to the other/nearest side of the frame.  Or, for others reading this, no areas to mount PSUs is also a possibility.   Wink


What would pricing be for the model pictured and the 2 PSU setup? Sorry for 20 questions, just trying to get my budget finalized.
The pictured frame (above) is $135, but you don't technically require the far posts and beam.  So, $120 without.  Two PSU version would be $130:



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January 12, 2018, 06:17:26 PM
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This all aluminum open-air frame for the ONDA B250 motherboard (8 GPU) is $75 USD .


PayPal only.  Shipped from Washington state, US.


The optional fan support beam is +$20, two for +$35 or four for +$50 (includes all required fasteners for 25mm thick fans).

Lead time is currently 5-6 business days.  

Really great frame, very impressed with the build quality. Just wanted to check in and see if you were still building them and if you could sent one out to me?

I checked your website and didn't see the Onda B250 cases on there yet.
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January 21, 2018, 04:03:37 AM
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Hi Rich, I'd like to order an Onda B250 frame. Basically the exact same as what Phil has as I will be using the same 1070ti hybrid cards and a single PSU. Please let me know the total and I'll pay up. Thanks!

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February 23, 2018, 01:43:32 AM
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Hey spotswood;  I would like one of these.  I want the single stacked version with a boxed frame all the way around;  so I assume its the original with all support beams.  I just want it to be a cube of sorts for when its not in a rack case.

If you have an easy way for it to mount into a 4U slot;  that's an option I would like added.  I don't mind if the cards are facing 90* in the rack mount;  I plan to have active cooling running from front to back of the rack anyways, so should be fine.  I just want to be able to mount fans across the backs of the cards like your renders;  but don't want a double-high unit like phil got.

If we are on the same page about what i want, send me a PM with a BTC address and a BTC amount to cover it being shipped to 95037;  I'll transfer some funds your way when I get the PM =)

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April 03, 2018, 08:23:23 PM
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Another variation, this time for all 12 GPUs and 2 ATX PSUs (mounted on edge, on the left).


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