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polarhei
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August 20, 2013, 03:38:31 PM
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Rig, is not only for mining, this can be for operating many virtual services, especially found on QUAD Operton or QUAD xeon E7.

According to serious analysis, noise is the first major problem as the fans spin over 6,500 RPM ( In GPU the 4,000 RPM can be very noticeable when more than one, I used to use something like this Tahiti XT2 Standard) ,the second is about spacing.

If can be trimmed, then it is pretty good as you are asking more and more in later stage.

IN this place, I am discussing High Performance, the power consumption should be at least 600W or fairly say, 1 horse power (746W+) or for special accelartor like FPGA or SHA-2 ASIC.

Why? Air itself is weak to do true thing. Why High spin, cannot be balanced? I may have discovered why some people like black out. Because of the repeated signal and the mirror reflection.

To solve, I can Help you to design, EATX, ATX and some special acceralator like Avalon 4-module.

Price? The basic design costs you 0.2 BTC each. pump, radiator, and material needed are other thing as I currently only provide the plot to help you to plan.

For more details, feel free to ask as There are good designs, but come with bad cooling equipment (except cyro application like MRI or special treatment like storing live cell with Liquified Nitrogen)

If need, Contact me via PM

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