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October 31, 2013, 10:52:31 PM
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Jupiter came in, hashing steady @ 542Gh/s. I actually expected noisy and loud machine - nope, it is not noisy and not loud at all. However, I noticed some ASIC modules report higher temperature than others.

Where do I get a waterblock to replace the stock coolers? Is there any overclocking available?
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October 31, 2013, 11:48:30 PM
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It seems like a Jupiter works better with higher temperatures of the boards, so unless the temperature is 70+ I wouldn't worry about cooling it.

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October 31, 2013, 11:54:16 PM
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Here's your water cooling  Grin

Ok, been running over a day now no problem: (reading 294 at the pool too!)




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