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May 22, 2012, 01:47:45 PM
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Minecart 3.0

I thing the Fan will be better placed on the other side, and not the GPU exhaust side.

It all depends on if it is sucking or blowing Wink

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May 22, 2012, 01:54:40 PM
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Minecart 3.0

I thing the Fan will be better placed on the other side, and not the GPU exhaust side.

It all depends on if it is sucking or blowing Wink

hehe

OT;  All the plasticy, electrostaticy goodness makes me twitch..

If nothing else, it collects all of the dust.

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May 22, 2012, 03:18:04 PM
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Minecart 3.0

  • Case: Storage crate!
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte AM3+ UD3
  • CPU: AMD Athlon II Dual core 2.8 ghz
  • Memory: 2gb DDR3 memory
  • PSU: 1200 Watt Corsair ATX
  • OS: Linuxcoin running off of 8gb usb stick
  • GPU: 3x OEM 5970 800/250     1x Diamond 5970 780/250

2870 MH/s
1110 watts at the wall


these are great rigs... if you downvolt and clock to  675/300/.95v  you will get much more mh/w   (835watts) and much less heat:
unless of course you get free electric and are trying to heat the room Wink

edit:  another good setting is  750/300/1.0v
Code:
cgminer version 2.3.6 - Started: [May 9, 2012, 11:09 pm]    Rig:miner11
(5s):2423.11  (avg): 2424.51 Mh/s  |    H: 114.75  Q:570142   A:600615   R:4196   HW:0   E:?%   U:33.39/m
TQ:?   ST:728   SS:?   DW:42458   NB:1668   LW:1369102   GF:439   RF:312
Connected to http://gpumax.com:8332 with LP as user ?
Value:
GPU 0: 71.5C 2985RPM 47% 119 | 302.4/303.0Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75087 R:512 HW:0 U:4.17/m I: 7
GPU 1: 67.0C 2985RPM 47% 114 | 302.5/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75225 R:526 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7
GPU 2: 69.5C 2997RPM 47% 117 | 303.0/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74884 R:563 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 3: 70.5C 2999RPM 47% 118 | 303.1/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75161 R:548 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7
GPU 4: 72.0C 2536RPM 41% 113 | 303.4/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75410 R:500 HW:0 U:4.19/m I: 7
GPU 5: 69.0C 2536RPM 41% 110 | 302.6/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74770 R:542 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 6: 71.0C 2863RPM 44% 115 | 303.3/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74802 R:516 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 7: 69.5C 2863RPM 44% 114 | 302.8/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75276 R:489 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7

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May 22, 2012, 05:09:18 PM
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Minecart 3.0

  • Case: Storage crate!
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte AM3+ UD3
  • CPU: AMD Athlon II Dual core 2.8 ghz
  • Memory: 2gb DDR3 memory
  • PSU: 1200 Watt Corsair ATX
  • OS: Linuxcoin running off of 8gb usb stick
  • GPU: 3x OEM 5970 800/250     1x Diamond 5970 780/250

2870 MH/s
1110 watts at the wall


these are great rigs... if you downvolt and clock to  675/300/.95v  you will get much more mh/w   (835watts) and much less heat:
unless of course you get free electric and are trying to heat the room Wink

edit:  another good setting is  750/300/1.0v
Code:
cgminer version 2.3.6 - Started: [May 9, 2012, 11:09 pm]    Rig:miner11
(5s):2423.11  (avg): 2424.51 Mh/s  |    H: 114.75  Q:570142   A:600615   R:4196   HW:0   E:?%   U:33.39/m
TQ:?   ST:728   SS:?   DW:42458   NB:1668   LW:1369102   GF:439   RF:312
Connected to http://gpumax.com:8332 with LP as user ?
Value:
GPU 0: 71.5C 2985RPM 47% 119 | 302.4/303.0Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75087 R:512 HW:0 U:4.17/m I: 7
GPU 1: 67.0C 2985RPM 47% 114 | 302.5/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75225 R:526 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7
GPU 2: 69.5C 2997RPM 47% 117 | 303.0/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74884 R:563 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 3: 70.5C 2999RPM 47% 118 | 303.1/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75161 R:548 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7
GPU 4: 72.0C 2536RPM 41% 113 | 303.4/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75410 R:500 HW:0 U:4.19/m I: 7
GPU 5: 69.0C 2536RPM 41% 110 | 302.6/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74770 R:542 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 6: 71.0C 2863RPM 44% 115 | 303.3/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:74802 R:516 HW:0 U:4.16/m I: 7
GPU 7: 69.5C 2863RPM 44% 114 | 302.8/303.1Mh/s | 99% | 675Mhz 300Mhz 0.95V A:75276 R:489 HW:0 U:4.18/m I: 7

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I also thought the fan on the other side would be better, but in practice it was worse for temps. I think the fan on the exhaust side is pushing the hot stagnant air further from the rig and still pulling a good amount of cool air from the intake side.

I'll give the lower voltage and clocks a shot for summer mining, thanks.

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May 22, 2012, 05:30:25 PM
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Baking kit is currently under development, theoretical max of 10MC/h(Mega Cookies per hour)

I also thought the fan on the other side would be better, but in practice it was worse for temps. I think the fan on the exhaust side is pushing the hot stagnant air further from the rig and still pulling a good amount of cool air from the intake side.

I'll give the lower voltage and clocks a shot for summer mining, thanks.


your right about the fan,  I blow air in from the back at a slight angle to blow cool air into the fan openings.

flip the fan counter clockwise about 165 degrees

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May 25, 2012, 03:22:09 AM
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Updated a few things:

Ventilation system = an old broken dryer I got for free, old PSU cable, and $20 worth of ducting.




Rigs: 5.6 GH and growing

I should be adding another rig to the other middle slot here soon.

A few extra peripherals.

The KVM switch has been the best item I've purchased by far. It makes maintaining rigs a million times simpler as I just have to push a button on a remote to switch computers. It also has a shared USB slot so I can keep all of my mining software instantly available to every rig.

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May 25, 2012, 05:09:05 PM
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Here is my setup. I started in January with a single 6950 and it has grown into this 7.5 GH setup. As you can see the fans are currently in the up position so I could take the photos.

The control room is also pictured as I needed to separate myself from the rigs. With everything going it gets tough to stand the noise all day. (work from home)
All the cables are run into this room with a 4 port USB KVM with monitoring on the left monitor.

Rig #1
Main Desktop
Rosewill 1300 Lightning, Single Rail 80+ Gold PSU
AMD FX-8150 8 core 3.6Ghz
16GB Memory
Ceton Quad Cablecard Tuner
Corsair Force GT 180GB SSD
Corsair H70 Watercooling
Blu-ray Burner
(3) 1TB hard drives and (1) 2TB hard drive for TV/Movie Storage
(2) 5970's, cgminer 2.4.1, stock voltage, first gpu dynamic intensity
Will be sending 1 5970 back to Diamond soon, have RMA, bad VRM.
Windows 7 Pro X64, about 1420 Mh/sec

Rig #2
Asrock 970 Extreme4, Sempron 145, 2GB Memory
Rosewill 1300 Lightning, Single Rail 80+ Gold PSU
(3) 5970's clocked to 830/300, stock voltage
BAMT 0.5, 2230 Mh/sec

Rig #3
Asrock 970 Extreme4, Sempron 145, 2GB Memory
Rosewill 1300 Lightning PSU, Single Rail 80+ Gold
(2) 5970's clocked to 830/300, stock voltage
(1) 5870 clocked to 960/300, stock voltage
BAMT 0.5, 1875 Mh/sec

Rig #4
Asrock 970 Extreme4, Sempron 145, 2GB Memory
Rosewill 1300 Lightning PSU, Single Rail 80+ Gold
(5) Saphire Xtreme 5830's 4 are clocked to 1000/300 and one will only do 920/300
BAMT 0.5, 1585 Mh/sec

Rig #5
Junk eMachine
Replaced PSU - Rosewill Capstone 750W, Single Rail 80+ Gold PSU
(1) 6950 2GB, shader unlocked to 6970 running 920/300 stock voltage
BAMT 0.5, 380 Mh/sec

Other Equipment

Netgear GSM7224 24 Port 1GB Switch
TriPP Lite PDUMNH30HV- Monitored PDU - 240v input off a 60amp breaker.
(All mining rigs, Switch, and all LCD screens are running off of this PDU, Bank 1(14amp consumption)
Belkin PureAV - used to monitor consumption of other Misc items on 120v, fans, router, cable modem, etc.(1.1amp consumption)
HD HomeRun ATSC/QAM Network Tuner
Airport Extreme Router
Cable Modem
Netgear Moca Ethernet to Coax bridge

Other items not currently in use but up for sale PM me if interested, a couple Cisco Pix 525 firewalls, HP DL380 G4, DL365 G4, 2U with 2 quad core xeons and 12 drive bays (empty).

Stay tuned, all excpet main rig will be going up for sale, and will sell GPU's from that. I will be posting this up for sale in a week. Power rate is going up for summer .12 to .19 kWh.



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Control Room/Office - (3) HP 27" Displays, (1) Samsung 19" display, Macbook Pro, Dell D620, old iLamp Mac, 4 port USB KVM


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NEMA L6-30R Outlet








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May 25, 2012, 05:24:44 PM
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I suddenly find myself wondering how much redstone it would take to make a minecraft miner...
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May 25, 2012, 06:12:44 PM
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i recall seeing that conversation somewhere on these boards already, enmaku... suffice to say - a lot. Cheesy

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1060mh/s

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1400mh/s


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I suddenly find myself wondering how much redstone it would take to make a minecraft miner...
I wondered how much time it would take to even compute one hash, given that the fastest Minecraft ALU that has been seen was something like 0.1 hz.
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May 27, 2012, 06:09:58 PM
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Novacoin POS mining only now
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I suddenly find myself wondering how much redstone it would take to make a minecraft miner...
I wondered how much time it would take to even compute one hash, given that the fastest Minecraft ALU that has been seen was something like 0.1 hz.

http://games.slashdot.org/story/12/05/23/217204/minecraft-mod-adds-emulated-6502-processor
Tempted to make a miner in 6502 for my c64/minecraft...

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May 28, 2012, 04:34:40 AM
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I suddenly find myself wondering how much redstone it would take to make a minecraft miner...
I wondered how much time it would take to even compute one hash, given that the fastest Minecraft ALU that has been seen was something like 0.1 hz.

http://games.slashdot.org/story/12/05/23/217204/minecraft-mod-adds-emulated-6502-processor
Tempted to make a miner in 6502 for my c64/minecraft...
With a simple API, it wouldn't be too hard to pool mine and have getworks. Although, getworks would probably be at 1 every 10 minutes.
Might be better to setup a MineChain? Grin

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May 30, 2012, 11:22:48 PM
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here are 2 pics taken from one of my rigs..
5x5850's in the left motherboard and 3x5850 in the right. 2x segotep GP1100G power supplies, each powering 4 cards:



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May 30, 2012, 11:27:33 PM
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here are 2 pics taken from one of my rigs..
5x5850's in the left motherboard and 3x5850 in the right. 2x segotep GP1100G power supplies, each powering 4 cards:

http://i.imgur.com/b7sNfl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/iYV89l.jpg

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May 30, 2012, 11:36:02 PM
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here are 2 pics taken from one of my rigs..
5x5850's in the left motherboard and 3x5850 in the right. 2x segotep GP1100G power supplies, each powering 4 cards:

http://i.imgur.com/b7sNfl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/iYV89l.jpg

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Haha, that's an inside joke on my robotics team that nobody here will get. Cool

haha, that's already done, the photo was taken before that:)

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May 30, 2012, 11:55:15 PM
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here are 2 pics taken from one of my rigs..
5x5850's in the left motherboard and 3x5850 in the right. 2x segotep GP1100G power supplies, each powering 4 cards:

What speeds are you getting out of that? 2.8 GH?

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May 31, 2012, 12:12:51 AM
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here are 2 pics taken from one of my rigs..
5x5850's in the left motherboard and 3x5850 in the right. 2x segotep GP1100G power supplies, each powering 4 cards:

http://i.imgur.com/b7sNfl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/iYV89l.jpg

CUT
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Haha, that's an inside joke on my robotics team that nobody here will get. Cool

was my first thought actually.

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