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January 27, 2012, 08:59:23 PM
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The Power is a nice question  Grin
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so the connection is 3 phaseal 230V in the middel are only 2 miners connected because the free space at the bottom of the cabinet may i will add 2 miner later.
so all in one we have 23A +10A + 20A but not constantly mostly with a variability of 2-3 A.
so we have 53A * 230V = around 12190 W so around 1219W per Miner.

The miners are doing 1960 - 2340 Mhash/s that belongs by the room temperatur so if we have outside -2 degree an additional Fan cool down the room to max 5 degree
if this is reach the miner could be pushed more.

So over a month the average MHash/s would be 2100 mean 4200 per row

For all which want to have a look to the internal draft maschine please check the picture below how you can see enought

EPIC! Even includes air conditioning. Your power must be free, or VERY cheap.

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January 27, 2012, 09:15:26 PM
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the Led´s in the dummy plugs are not really usefull for everybody. they do the only job to show me if there is a card damaged.
for the reason that it is very cold and drafty in the room and that i´m very sluggardly i decide to install the led´s
because so i can see without open the glass door between the rooms that every card is ok. if there is a card doing not enought hashes i need only restart the miner by remote and to 98% the led will not light if the card is damages after the miner has restart.
I am interested in what kind of contact plugs connected LEDs?!

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January 27, 2012, 09:16:52 PM
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the Led´s in the dummy plugs are not really usefull for everybody. they do the only job to show me if there is a card damaged.
for the reason that it is very cold and drafty in the room and that i´m very sluggardly i decide to install the led´s
because so i can see without open the glass door between the rooms that every card is ok. if there is a card doing not enought hashes i need only restart the miner by remote and to 98% the led will not light if the card is damages after the miner has restart.

what OS are you using?

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January 27, 2012, 09:19:10 PM
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It's almost fully covered... too much heat will stay inside.

Force air cooling.  If you force cold air IN unless you trapped a blackhole inside the hot air will be forced out.  Now you are right if you just slapped together some shelves and cards that would be bad.  It would require some "ducting".  

Don't laugh at my ASCII "art".
Code:

hot air out pulled out
 ^
| |------------------------|
| <-  bank of GPUs     <-  |
| |----------------------| |
| <-  bank of GPUs     <-  |
|------------------------| |
                         | |  
                          ^ (cold air forced in)

All the ^ are fans indicating direction of airflow.
Only two banks shown but more could be used.
Hooking all the fans to a fan controller with some temperature probes in each bank could be used to optimize cooling.  Upper bank would need higher airflow because air is lazy.
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January 27, 2012, 11:48:18 PM
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the Led´s in the dummy plugs are not really usefull for everybody. they do the only job to show me if there is a card damaged.
for the reason that it is very cold and drafty in the room and that i´m very sluggardly i decide to install the led´s
because so i can see without open the glass door between the rooms that every card is ok. if there is a card doing not enought hashes i need only restart the miner by remote and to 98% the led will not light if the card is damages after the miner has restart.
I am interested in what kind of contact plugs connected LEDs?!


Mine on Linux, you'll never have to deal with dummy plugs.

But those LEDs look so cool!

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January 28, 2012, 12:04:01 AM
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the Led´s in the dummy plugs are not really usefull for everybody. they do the only job to show me if there is a card damaged.
for the reason that it is very cold and drafty in the room and that i´m very sluggardly i decide to install the led´s
because so i can see without open the glass door between the rooms that every card is ok. if there is a card doing not enought hashes i need only restart the miner by remote and to 98% the led will not light if the card is damages after the miner has restart.
I am interested in what kind of contact plugs connected LEDs?!


Mine on Linux, you'll never have to deal with dummy plugs.

But those LEDs look so cool!

Aye, those leds are cool as heck. You could probably also expand on that to wire it to trigger something to reset, etc if power drops to the led.

And windows does not require the dummy plugs any more either with 11.4+. Maybe sooner, but that was the version I first used that did not require them.

If you're not excited by the idea of being an early adopter 'now', then you should come back in three or four years and either tell us "Told you it'd never work!" or join what should, by then, be a much more stable and easier-to-use system. - GA
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January 28, 2012, 12:05:41 AM
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It's almost fully covered... too much heat will stay inside.

Force air cooling.  If you force cold air IN unless you trapped a blackhole inside the hot air will be forced out.  Now you are right if you just slapped together some shelves and cards that would be bad.  It would require some "ducting".  

Don't laugh at my ASCII "art".
Code:

hot air out pulled out
^
|  <- bank of GPUs   <-|
|  ----------------------   |
|  <- bank of GPUs   <-|
|  ----------------------   |
                                 |  
                                ^ (cold air forced in)

All the ^ are fans indicating direction of airflow.
Only two banks shown but more could be used.
Hooking all the fans to a fan controller with some temperature probes in each bank could be used to optimize cooling.  Upper bank would need higher airflow because air is lazy.

Sorry, don't mean to show off... ok maybe a little  Cheesy
My first one, might be for sale. Uses 6 x 5" extractor fans, 4 as intakes; 1 in the top ducted down to the middle of the gpus, and 3 on the opposite side blowing air onto the back of the gpus. Then 2 fans sucking the hot exhaust heat from the front of the gpus.

And my latest creation, same kind of idea as the first one but much more refined and awesome looking. Using 3 x 6" high pressure long life fans, 4 spigot intakes that are split 2 fans to each two sections, then 1 fan on spigots and ducting extracting all 4 outlets.


Got a 5870 out on miner1 and hoping for a replacement soon then ill have to do something to sort out the cooling on the second 5870 on miner1 as its a bit high.

Air in, air out, as simple as that  Smiley
+ all the hours tinkering  Wink

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January 28, 2012, 01:44:58 AM
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^^ Holy crap. Buck Rogers or what!

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January 28, 2012, 03:19:07 AM
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Sorry, don't mean to show off... ok maybe a little  Cheesy

Yeah your rigs are the inspiration for the ideas I got in my brain.  I was thinking of having the twist of mounting MB "standing up" so the GPU "exhaust" (I use 5970s exclusively) points "up".   Best way to describe it would be blade server meets mining rigs. Smiley  Cold air would flow under the bottom of MB, be pulled into GPU intake, warmed up, and blown out the top where it would have nowhere to go except the exhaut out. 

I wanted to makes some changes to my garage anyways and now my wife has seen other people have "organized" rigs it might happen soon rather than later.
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January 28, 2012, 05:24:54 PM
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Thx Smiley

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January 29, 2012, 12:10:08 AM
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Sorry, don't mean to show off... ok maybe a little  Cheesy

Yeah your rigs are the inspiration for the ideas I got in my brain.  I was thinking of having the twist of mounting MB "standing up" so the GPU "exhaust" (I use 5970s exclusively) points "up".   Best way to describe it would be blade server meets mining rigs. Smiley  Cold air would flow under the bottom of MB, be pulled into GPU intake, warmed up, and blown out the top where it would have nowhere to go except the exhaut out.  

I wanted to makes some changes to my garage anyways and now my wife has seen other people have "organized" rigs it might happen soon rather than later.
That could work, depending how many motherboards you have in your rack and how you separate them and airflow, my only concern would be the motherboard temperatures. I went for the simplest option to cool mine and my motherboards stay around 40C.
People say that hot air rises, which is true to an extent, but you can manipulate it with fans and ducting to go where ever you want.

PS: Invest in a big box of smoke pellets like these:

They are great for working out what your airflow is doing.

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January 31, 2012, 06:32:03 PM
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Cooooooooooool
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February 02, 2012, 03:24:27 PM
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6 Gh/s
all stock voltage or lower
memclock 160mhz
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February 02, 2012, 05:14:32 PM
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http://chrono.firex.org/images/mrig.jpg

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On the two closest rigs, how are you supporting the cards so they don't flop over and break the slots? I can't see anything holding them up.

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February 02, 2012, 05:36:06 PM
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It's almost fully covered... too much heat will stay inside.

Force air cooling.  If you force cold air IN unless you trapped a blackhole inside the hot air will be forced out.  Now you are right if you just slapped together some shelves and cards that would be bad.  It would require some "ducting".  

Don't laugh at my ASCII "art".
Code:

hot air out pulled out
^
|  <- bank of GPUs   <-|
|  ----------------------   |
|  <- bank of GPUs   <-|
|  ----------------------   |
                                 |  
                                ^ (cold air forced in)

All the ^ are fans indicating direction of airflow.
Only two banks shown but more could be used.
Hooking all the fans to a fan controller with some temperature probes in each bank could be used to optimize cooling.  Upper bank would need higher airflow because air is lazy.

Sorry, don't mean to show off... ok maybe a little  Cheesy
My first one, might be for sale. Uses 6 x 5" extractor fans, 4 as intakes; 1 in the top ducted down to the middle of the gpus, and 3 on the opposite side blowing air onto the back of the gpus. Then 2 fans sucking the hot exhaust heat from the front of the gpus.

And my latest creation, same kind of idea as the first one but much more refined and awesome looking. Using 3 x 6" high pressure long life fans, 4 spigot intakes that are split 2 fans to each two sections, then 1 fan on spigots and ducting extracting all 4 outlets.


Got a 5870 out on miner1 and hoping for a replacement soon then ill have to do something to sort out the cooling on the second 5870 on miner1 as its a bit high.

Air in, air out, as simple as that  Smiley
+ all the hours tinkering  Wink

Wow. I don't think my landlord would like something like that... my rent includes bills Cheesy

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February 02, 2012, 06:46:25 PM
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On the two closest rigs, how are you supporting the cards so they don't flop over and break the slots? I can't see anything holding them up.

I have small wood rails (made from 1/4 round) with thumbscrews that can be fastened to the end of the cards but I don't always attach it because I'm constantly tinkering and improving the layout, swapping power supplies, etc.  I also have 2 ducts (not pictured) that I keep over the cards that channels the air from the fans in the back.   I don't have any problem with them sitting they way they look in the pic though, it's flat and the cards don't move.

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February 02, 2012, 06:51:40 PM
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On the two closest rigs, how are you supporting the cards so they don't flop over and break the slots? I can't see anything holding them up.

I have small wood rails (made from 1/4 round) with thumbscrews that can be fastened to the end of the cards but I don't always attach it because I'm constantly tinkering and improving the layout, swapping power supplies, etc.  I also have 2 ducts (not pictured) that I keep over the cards that channels the air from the fans in the back.   I don't have any problem with them sitting they way they look in the pic though, it's flat and the cards don't move.


I have over 90 gpus...  maybe 4 or 5 have a screw holding them in place.

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February 02, 2012, 08:53:34 PM
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I have over 90 gpus...  maybe 4 or 5 have a screw holding them in place.

Do you have a pic of your farm ? I know you got the hashpower Cool

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February 02, 2012, 09:12:58 PM
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Pending an RMA, and limited in my abilities to properly fix it by warranty seals on the screws that hold the cooler, I decided to keep my dead-fan 5870 mining until I get an RMA number:



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Pending an RMA, and limited in my abilities to properly fix it by warranty seals on the screws that hold the cooler, I decided to keep my dead-fan 5870 mining until I get an RMA number:



Cheesy


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