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June 17, 2014, 05:38:01 AM
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June 17, 2014, 08:08:11 PM
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I notice in the pictures the R-Boxes are standing upright with the fan facing up.

For better airflow they should be on their sides. Air blowing horizontally.

For the original sales photo ops they look cool upright but should be sideways in operation.
interesting... has this been tested?  any particular side "better"?

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June 17, 2014, 09:18:49 PM
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I notice in the pictures the R-Boxes are standing upright with the fan facing up.

For better airflow they should be on their sides. Air blowing horizontally.

For the original sales photo ops they look cool upright but should be sideways in operation.
interesting... has this been tested?  any particular side "better"?

I  tell you what I am running close to 47 across the board on my six will side turn them and get back.


Okay my garage is attached to my house the car is pretty new so I keep the door to the house open this allows some ac to go into the garage

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it is 91 f outside my home
it is 85 f in my garage

the six pieces were 48C 49c or 50c facing up with room  between them and above them.

I side turned them and in under 5 minutes they all dropped 2-3 c   

All my  units are now side mounted like I did with my 5 chip gridseeds.   it seems that side mount is better.

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June 18, 2014, 02:27:27 AM
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I notice in the pictures the R-Boxes are standing upright with the fan facing up.

For better airflow they should be on their sides. Air blowing horizontally.

For the original sales photo ops they look cool upright but should be sideways in operation.
interesting... has this been tested?  any particular side "better"?
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I side turned them and in under 5 minutes they all dropped 2-3 c   
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interesting... that project to mount them vertically on a beam seems like a way to go then...

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June 18, 2014, 02:53:14 AM
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I notice in the pictures the R-Boxes are standing upright with the fan facing up.

For better airflow they should be on their sides. Air blowing horizontally.

For the original sales photo ops they look cool upright but should be sideways in operation.
interesting... has this been tested?  any particular side "better"?
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I side turned them and in under 5 minutes they all dropped 2-3 c  
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interesting... that project to mount them vertically on a beam seems like a way to go then...

Yes maybe vertical is better,but  give me a few minutes I will take a shot of current mounting as  temps are now close to 40c with side mount.


Room temp in attached garage is 83.5 f

six sideways with cablez's pcie adapters:



when they were top fan mounted these ran 47 to 50 c

look at temps now 37 c to 41 c    and the  hash rate jumped to 195gh  vs 192gh



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June 18, 2014, 03:05:01 AM
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Here's a screenshot of my R-Box temps in MultiMiner (all are mounted on my prototype mounts)




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June 18, 2014, 03:10:49 AM
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 so the vert mount look better then the side mount.

my ambient temps are 83.5 f or 28.6 c

 mStrongbow what is the room temp?



Here is the whole rig 6 r-boxes and   5 gridseed blades.

The gridseeds do blow warm air at the r-boxes

  





and all power used is right here.

So 1 pc

 a few fans 5?

6 r-boxes set to freq 270            195.00gh
1 5 chip gridseed set to freq 850    0.35mh
5 gridseed blades set to freq 800  25.15mh

all that pulls 708 watts  about $2.60 usd a day  or $78.00 usd a month 


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June 18, 2014, 04:43:47 PM
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dropping off up to now orders at USPS

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June 18, 2014, 07:58:21 PM
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Another perfectly packed shipment from Canary just arrived at my door!
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June 19, 2014, 12:34:05 AM
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Just recived my package from canary , 10 r-Box miners .. nicely hashing away . Recommended seller .. fast shipping ..  +1
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June 19, 2014, 12:52:40 AM
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@ phillipma  I think my ambient temps are around 74 degrees Farenheit. My miners are near a door that stay open 99% of the time with a fan on them. The RBox miners closer to the fan run a tad cooler and yes, my temps raise up during the day. Avg temp is about 37-39 but placement of the miners is key as my #7 RBox miner is directly above an S1 and runs warmer than the rest of the bunch.

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June 19, 2014, 02:58:25 AM
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@ phillipma  I think my ambient temps are around 74 degrees Farenheit. My miners are near a door that stay open 99% of the time with a fan on them. The RBox miners closer to the fan run a tad cooler and yes, my temps raise up during the day. Avg temp is about 37-39 but placement of the miners is key as my #7 RBox miner is directly above an S1 and runs warmer than the rest of the bunch.

I was really impressed that my side mounted turn dropped from 47-50  to  37-41.. 

Cost zip


 also a little better  with watts  240 > 237   and a little better gh  192 > 195

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June 19, 2014, 07:10:39 AM
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Speechless..... it was at the post office within 1 hour of confirmed payment....   you are the platinum standard that all other resellers will be judged by!  

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Maybe Canary's mine is under the post office. Just come up the mine shaft and deliver packages to post office.
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June 20, 2014, 07:02:12 AM
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I think he works for the post office, lives either in it or right next door, and has a scanner thingie... I bought 1, emailed/pmed him and within an hour it was in the usps system and tracking already!!!    Shocked

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June 20, 2014, 05:57:34 PM
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dropping off todays orders.

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June 21, 2014, 06:33:43 PM
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hopefully we will hear how one of our fellow bitcoiners were solomining with 1 rockminer @ 33ghs and solved a block.....   



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June 23, 2014, 04:15:37 PM
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hopefully we will hear how one of our fellow bitcoiners were solomining with 1 rockminer @ 33ghs and solved a block.....  
while it is possible (probability is greater than zero), statistically it has terrible odds of happening.

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June 23, 2014, 05:46:31 PM
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hopefully we will hear how one of our fellow bitcoiners were solomining with 1 rockminer @ 33ghs and solved a block.....  
while it is possible (probability is greater than zero), statistically it has terrible odds of happening.

32 gh is .001195 btc a day.  

 divide that into  25 = 20,920 to 1 for a 1 day run  at the current diff level.

run at the current level for the next 6 days   odds are  20,920 / 6 or 3486 to one.

any miner that plays the 3 or 4 digit numbers at the local lottery

rather then running 1 of these units at solo-mining is pretty foolish.


my frustration is no major pool offers this option with the exception of oz-coin's solopool.net   ..

  Since that pool's op had a major money issue  I do not want to use him and  running solo in house cost too much as I need to dedicated a pc to run as a server.
 I really want to offer these as 3 packs on ebay with an easy setup to run two in a standard pool and one as a solo miner.

Sadly no pool that I would trust wants to do this. So a good promo is lost.

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