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April 11, 2018, 08:29:43 PM
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Hello,

I have the Sorcerer PSUs positioned where the fans are facing rear as I assumed with the connectors needing to be up front to connect to the front of the Avalons that hot air would exhaust in that direction. However I have noticed that hot air is being exhausted from the connector side. So basically it is sucking some warm exhaust air from the miners and spitting it out in front of the miners to suck back in. Has anyone else noticed this behavior and did you find a way to get around this besides using different PSUs?


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April 11, 2018, 08:42:33 PM
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Ja that is a bit of a design brain-fart however even with my miners/PSU's in a 90F ambient all is happy with zero problems to-date. The miners could care less about that very small additional heat input and the PSU's are only slightly warmer than ambient.

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