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April 10, 2022, 06:21:31 PM
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Guys I want to know if the heat from the mining rig is healthy or not, I'm starting to get worried because of heat after having 1GH of ETH mining power in my room, it consists of two 🪟  windows and air is flowing in but some times it seized too.

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April 10, 2022, 06:24:31 PM
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not very healthy.

but a lot depends on the pcb board heat levels.

ie 100c on the board may off gas vocs.

have fun detecting it.

quality voc meters are costly. 400 usd or more.

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April 10, 2022, 06:31:40 PM
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No. Its not
If your really pulling around 3 kwh in a room that is simply too much.

The PM 10 at least the organic part will touch the hottest part of your gpu and simply its like for you to live in an highway.

in short ? you are increasing your chance to die from cancer around 10 fold.

immediate solution ? drop the gpu temps below 50

long term ? relocate your rigs


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April 10, 2022, 07:10:42 PM
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Is there any possibility to move your rigs to another room?

In 2017 to 2018 I had 25 GPUs running in my room, and even in cold times it was hell, no kidding
It's the heat, the air, humidity, noise and lights

All these together will reduce your quality of life and it's serious, I'll tell the least obvious things already said to you, the noise of fans, the lights where you sleep and the constant heat will lead you to a bad state of mind.
Try to change the room

With 1Ghs I think it's reasonable to put 2 ventilators to make airflow between 2 windows, but this is just temporary solution.
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April 10, 2022, 09:21:06 PM
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I don't understand the question but I like the heat in the winter.

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April 11, 2022, 05:56:10 AM
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Setting up a 1GH mining rig in your room is too much unless you use 3090s only and your room has AC installed, what type of GPU do you have in your room? I'm also mining in my room but only have a 400MH rig, the RiG is positioned to the window and blower fans are sensing the heats out, try doing the same or change your mining rig position(another room).
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April 11, 2022, 06:35:26 AM
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I have similar hardware. I keep it on the balcony as it has a heating problem. I replaced the fans with quiet ones because of the noise of the power supplies. I spaced each GPU 25cm apart for the GPU's heat issue. Despite this, the temperature rises significantly. I reduce the heat here by opening the entrance and exit windows of the balcony. In the winter it's fine, but in the summer I run it at lower settings to lower the GPU temperature.

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April 11, 2022, 06:37:43 AM
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I have similar hardware. I keep it on the balcony as it has a heating problem. I replaced the fans with quiet ones because of the noise of the power supplies. I spaced each GPU 25cm apart for the GPU's heat issue. Despite this, the temperature rises significantly. I reduce the heat here by opening the entrance and exit windows of the balcony. In the winter it's fine, but in the summer I run it at lower settings to lower the GPU temperature.
What types of GPUs are those? I'm not sure if placing a mining rig on the balcony is safe because of dust and other problems flowing through the air, are you sure this is the perfect way to tackle your heat issue.

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April 11, 2022, 06:44:50 AM
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I have similar hardware. I keep it on the balcony as it has a heating problem. I replaced the fans with quiet ones because of the noise of the power supplies. I spaced each GPU 25cm apart for the GPU's heat issue. Despite this, the temperature rises significantly. I reduce the heat here by opening the entrance and exit windows of the balcony. In the winter it's fine, but in the summer I run it at lower settings to lower the GPU temperature.
What types of GPUs are those? I'm not sure if placing a mining rig on the balcony is safe because of dust and other problems flowing through the air, are you sure this is the perfect way to tackle your heat issue.

The dust on the fan will surely gonna built up fast overtime plus other outside factor that can affect the rig such as humidity. Proper ventilation is the key to well maintained the farming rigs. It’s additional cost yet it will saves you a lot of money from maintenance unlike to save few bucks on ventilation then later on your rig will break down due to overheating.
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April 11, 2022, 06:59:52 AM
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I dont know how effective this heat is to the human body but if it's too much how can you sleep in such a room overnight? High temp is bad for the human body I don't expect you to withstand that, it's either you abandon the room or you move all the mining rigs to a new location, health is wealth.

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April 11, 2022, 11:58:29 AM
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I dont know how effective this heat is to the human body but if it's too much how can you sleep in such a room overnight? High temp is bad for the human body I don't expect you to withstand that, it's either you abandon the room or you move all the mining rigs to a new location, health is wealth.

Sleeping in a 90f  or 32c room if the humidity is low can be done.

The real danger is the gear off-gassing since  temps are 70c or more.

My garage has 12 gpus they do about 2000 watts, but the air does not come into my bedroom.

On may 1 I will reduce the garage down to 1000 watts or so.

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April 12, 2022, 05:33:31 AM
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I have similar hardware. I keep it on the balcony as it has a heating problem. I replaced the fans with quiet ones because of the noise of the power supplies. I spaced each GPU 25cm apart for the GPU's heat issue. Despite this, the temperature rises significantly. I reduce the heat here by opening the entrance and exit windows of the balcony. In the winter it's fine, but in the summer I run it at lower settings to lower the GPU temperature.
What types of GPUs are those? I'm not sure if placing a mining rig on the balcony is safe because of dust and other problems flowing through the air, are you sure this is the perfect way to tackle your heat issue.

The dust on the fan will surely gonna built up fast overtime plus other outside factor that can affect the rig such as humidity. Proper ventilation is the key to well maintained the farming rigs. It’s additional cost yet it will saves you a lot of money from maintenance unlike to save few bucks on ventilation then later on your rig will break down due to overheating.
I have 4 towers consisting of Nvidia Gtx 1070, Nvidia Gtx 1060, Rx570. These have been working on the balcony since 2018. I regularly clean the fan and cooler blocks. I have lost 2 fans by my own fault so far. Other than that, I've never had a fan problem. The humidity in my area is very low. Since there is not much moisture, only dust forms on the cooling blocks.

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April 12, 2022, 05:54:59 AM
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You will know once the heat is too much for you hahaha, you don't have to be warned about this because it will be so unbearable for you to stay in such room full of heats, no matter how strong you are there is a limit of heat that the human body can withstand.

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May 19, 2022, 10:38:22 PM
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not very healthy.

but a lot depends on the pcb board heat levels.

ie 100c on the board may off gas vocs.

have fun detecting it.

quality voc meters are costly. 400 usd or more.

Can you link a quality one?

I found a voc meter for 200usd, it's called a BLATN BR-smart-128s: https://blatn.com/products/indoor-air-quality-monitor-br-smart-128s-co2-pm2-5-tvoc-hcho
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May 20, 2022, 01:59:41 PM
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That depends on the amount of heat and that depends on the amount of cards that you have.Running for example a room full of like 12-20 Rx 6600 XT which are some of the coolest card available at a normal RPM of their fan speed like 40-50% will not be a problem at all but having 12-20 GDDR6X card in the same ambient it surely will be a problem and will not be very healthy either.It all depends on the equipment that you have and how good you are cooling them,there is no exact rule or exact answer for this.


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May 20, 2022, 02:44:45 PM
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voc meter in a room with two windows? what are you going to measure?
It is possible to mine in an apartment, but then you need to take care of a good door so that noise does not interfere and that there are no high temperatures, because your neighbors will complain about the hot floor.

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okay I have this meter

https://www.pce-instruments.com/us/measuring-instruments/test-meters/particle-counter-pce-instruments-air-quality-meter-particle-counter-pce-rcm-11-det_5858738.htm

it does vocs and particles cost about $400


I have this meter

gaslab plus

cm-501 for c02

https://iscsales.com/item/gaslab-plus-carbon-dioxide-co2-handheld-gas-detector-model-cm-501/




I did first get a $200 meter that did most everything.
did not work well and I decided to return it.
I have since found out a quality do it all meter is well over $750
In my research I found you are best off not getting the co2 meter if you have a lot of outside air. I don't and needed to buy the two below






the voc meter is 400 or so

the co2 meter is 350 or so.

Since my wife and I have really bad allergies we have filtered air and closed windows


I found out my voc levels and dust levels are okay. but that co2 was a real problem

we had to buy this
https://www.supplyhouse.com/Fantech-VHR150-VHR-Series-Heat-Recovery-Ventilator-w-Fan-Shutdown-Defrost-6-Top-Ports?

this brings in fresh air and keeps c02 under 600 which works for us.

all in all I spent 600-650 on the meters they are a little more now
I spent 600 on the air exchanger it is more now

and I also have 3  air filters.

https://www.iqair.com/us/room-air-purifiers/gc-multigas? 1000 but now  1200 replacement filters also went up.


but I am a 65 year old life long asthmatic that no longer needs and meds or treatments other than the fortune I spending cleaning my house air.

So you are talking
say meters 750
airexchanger say 750
3 air filters say 3000 and replacement media is 1000 a year, but I am much more in need of clean air than most people.
Not doing any asthma drugs or seeing doctors saves big money here in the USA
Plus when my wife got double pneumonia from covid I am pretty sure the air setup saved her.

At op just buy the voc meter see your vocs. I do not think you need anything else until you see what the vocs read.

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