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July 17, 2014, 01:13:25 PM
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So.. I have 4 S1 ant miners.. Ne ways long story short The one in my room the chips are at 55c.. the ones in the TV room were at 68-70c :S :S :O uh oh.. I should check more often.. ne ways the shelf they are on was pressed right against the wall..(BBBAD IDEA) I moved the shelf out from the wall 12" and check the temp an hour later.. all droped to 55c.  F YA no more over heating worries.

That is my story.. give your miners lots of room to displace the heat.
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July 17, 2014, 03:11:54 PM
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You should mention plenty of cooling and airflow. If it's necessary, get some thermal paste or pads, stick them onto the chips and stick a heatsink on it. That's a bit extreme, but if needed, do it.
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