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December 07, 2017, 02:07:45 PM
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This thread is inspired by yun9999 and his amazing "Data Center Mining Garage and Man Mining Cave" (if your not already following him and his thread, do it! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1806061.0)


I am currently building my own "Mini Mining Mancave". Not a lot of info right now, just a few images Smiley


My house is not able to provide enough power to all cards so 42 of the cards will be placed at another location this weekend.

I´ll happily answer any questions!


This is whats its all about, 63 GTX1070  (I have a few Vega56 incoming too, but they have not arrived yet)














21 GTX 1070 mounted in this rig. There will be 10 RX Vega 56 on the top shelf once they have arrived.


Delta 2400w PSU and some cables from parallelminer.com


 
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December 07, 2017, 06:14:41 PM
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Tell me what is this model of horizontal risers - the connection of USB? And the use of wood is still a dubious option... Fire safety...

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December 07, 2017, 06:37:10 PM
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Tell me what is this model of horizontal risers - the connection of USB? And the use of wood is still a dubious option... Fire safety...

Those risers are mind blowing; so simple yet so much better. I bet the guy coming up with the default vertical design would bang his against a wall seeing it.

I'm running out of risers and now I know what kind I'll be looking to get.


Anyway, great pics OP. I used wood frames in the past and now I use metal frames with wooden shelves and I'm not even remotely worried because wood's flame temperature is quite high. Basically, it needs an existing fire for the wood to catch on fire at which point your rig will burn down anyway due to all the plastic and whatnot burning. With that said, I would not use wood at all if I were to scale my operation up from a few rigs. Just why risk it?

Personally, I also don't trust those small high capacity server PSUs. I mean my regular EVGA 1300W PSUs get HOT even around 1kw at the wall. And I also don't trust aftermarket power cables. I've melted a few risers and cables of low quality PSUs.

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March 06, 2018, 05:44:11 AM
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very clean setup and wire management. Pls share updates
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March 06, 2018, 07:08:46 AM
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Nice setup. Too bad my carpentry skills aren't as good as yours. Out of curiosity do those risers need power? Seems like you didn't plug the power cables in yet.
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March 06, 2018, 07:37:57 AM
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Why nobody noticed this thread last Dec 2017 is a mystery to me. Its an awesome build and would have loved to see more updates from this.


Nice setup. Too bad my carpentry skills aren't as good as yours. Out of curiosity do those risers need power? Seems like you didn't plug the power cables in yet.

The risers are probably still missing a power cable on them. The vertical design is nice but im worried that from what i see it requires a MOLEX plug. /turnoff

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March 06, 2018, 08:05:13 AM
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Those risers can be powered with 6 pin,molex or sata. USE ONLY ONE OF THEM!

Those are VER 008S, 3 in 1 Risers.


I think he has used splitters and powered gpu and riser from same cable.


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March 06, 2018, 09:39:21 AM
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Link to 90 degree risers:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/PCI-1X-PCI-e-X1-Riser-90-Degree-Riser-Card-Adapter-to-USB-For-Riser-006/32838837305.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.102.13287ca4SicdbH&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_2_10152_10151_10065_10344_10068_10130_10324_10342_10547_10325_10343_10546_10340_10548_10341_10545_10084_10083_10618_10307_5711212_10313_10059_10534_100031_10103_10627_10626_10624_10623_10622_10621_10620_5711313_5722413,searchweb201603_25,ppcSwitch_3&algo_expid=9bb19193-5030-4ec9-a35f-1c55b4f128f6-12&algo_pvid=9bb19193-5030-4ec9-a35f-1c55b4f128f6&transAbTest=ae803_5&priceBeautifyAB=0
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March 06, 2018, 01:25:15 PM
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It's very nice to see your setup, and nice to know you are also inspired by Yun. I followed his topic for a while and learned a lot from him and some members here.
So, I would like to share some of my setups, my mini farm is about 23m2 with 2 windows. The biggest problem I got so far is ventilation, because the ambient temperature in my place is quite high, normally stay around 33C. I could not run all the rigs with heavy load, I just set power limit at 75-80%, GPU's temperature is stable around 61C.   










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March 06, 2018, 03:27:04 PM
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This thread is inspired by yun9999 and his amazing "Data Center Mining Garage and Man Mining Cave" (if your not already following him and his thread, do it! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1806061.0)


I am currently building my own "Mini Mining Mancave". Not a lot of info right now, just a few images Smiley


My house is not able to provide enough power to all cards so 42 of the cards will be placed at another location this weekend.

I´ll happily answer any questions!


This is whats its all about, 63 GTX1070  (I have a few Vega56 incoming too, but they have not arrived yet)














21 GTX 1070 mounted in this rig. There will be 10 RX Vega 56 on the top shelf once they have arrived.


Delta 2400w PSU and some cables from parallelminer.com


 
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