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July 31, 2013, 10:43:07 AM
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Parts:

Dell 7010 USFF i5
7 x 10 ports Anker USB hubs
63 x USB Erupters

The Dell produces 22W when it is in a sort of idle state. The perfect machine for this mining rig. I have bought 7 Anker 10 ports USB hubs and would like to know how to connect these. Shall i connect one on one of the 6 usb ports on the Dell and connect the others on an usb port of an Anker? Or shall i connect 6 of them on the usb ports of the Dell and the last one on one remaining usb port of an Anker? What will be better?

Any idea anyone?
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I will connect them directly to the USB and the last one to a hub.

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