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October 16, 2012, 04:54:05 AM
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October 16, 2012, 02:57:16 PM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.







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October 16, 2012, 07:54:24 PM
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Lol I'm waiting for a Bfl worker to post a picture of 100 Bfl ASIC Mini rigs.

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October 16, 2012, 08:35:49 PM
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Wow I haven't seen a monitor that old in a long time. Talk about re-purposing. Love the use the crates too Grin 

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October 17, 2012, 02:10:35 AM
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That looks like the old minecart

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October 17, 2012, 02:28:48 AM
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he must have purchased those video cards on line, how do i know? add to cart! Cheesy
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October 17, 2012, 02:30:15 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

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October 17, 2012, 02:34:06 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

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October 17, 2012, 02:58:33 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

It looks like he's just using the phone as a hinge wired up to a momentary restart button wired up to the motherboard backwards.

It'd be much cooler if he were actually using the phone though Tongue

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October 17, 2012, 03:05:22 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

It looks like he's just using the phone as a hinge wired up to a momentary restart button wired up to the motherboard backwards.

He may be using the vibrator motor to trigger a relay that trips the power going to the psu?
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October 17, 2012, 03:17:43 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

It looks like he's just using the phone as a hinge wired up to a momentary restart button wired up to the motherboard backwards.

He may be using the vibrator motor to trigger a relay that trips the power going to the psu?

I was thinking more along the lines that the wires are connected to a sensor in the crate and the phone monitors the state of it. If the state changes the phone dials or txts the owner. The owner then txts back and wires from the vibrator connected to the momentary power switch on motherboard trigger the switch.

Or instead of the phone actively monitoring the wires just short out speed-dial 1 or something.

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October 17, 2012, 05:34:55 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

It looks like he's just using the phone as a hinge wired up to a momentary restart button wired up to the motherboard backwards.

He may be using the vibrator motor to trigger a relay that trips the power going to the psu?

I was thinking more along the lines that the wires are connected to a sensor in the crate and the phone monitors the state of it. If the state changes the phone dials or txts the owner. The owner then txts back and wires from the vibrator connected to the momentary power switch on motherboard trigger the switch.

Or instead of the phone actively monitoring the wires just short out speed-dial 1 or something.

Sounds plausible, however perhaps this is another option to consider.



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October 17, 2012, 05:43:29 AM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.

I'm interested in your method for this

Same here...  Wink

It looks like he's just using the phone as a hinge wired up to a momentary restart button wired up to the motherboard backwards.

He may be using the vibrator motor to trigger a relay that trips the power going to the psu?

I was thinking more along the lines that the wires are connected to a sensor in the crate and the phone monitors the state of it. If the state changes the phone dials or txts the owner. The owner then txts back and wires from the vibrator connected to the momentary power switch on motherboard trigger the switch.

Or instead of the phone actively monitoring the wires just short out speed-dial 1 or something.

Sounds plausible, however perhaps this is another option to consider.



http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/supermechanical/twine-listen-to-your-world-talk-to-the-internet?ref=category

Ah never looked into the twine thingo before (have heard of it though).

I like my solutions with a bit more of:


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October 17, 2012, 05:54:59 AM
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His skills were only needed when he or someones life was on the line.

Twine has potential. Just wish I could text it back to trigger an output.
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October 17, 2012, 05:58:45 AM
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His skills were only needed when he or someones life was on the line.

Twine has potential. Just wish I could text it back to trigger an output.

enter an email address into txt recieptiant on phone. Dunno if it works for your network, but on mine the service provider forwards txts to emails (im talking on a dumbphone not fancy-pants idevices and whatnot)

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October 17, 2012, 06:15:23 AM
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His skills were only needed when he or someones life was on the line.

Twine has potential. Just wish I could text it back to trigger an output.

enter an email address into txt recieptiant on phone. Dunno if it works for your network, but on mine the service provider forwards txts to emails (im talking on a dumbphone not fancy-pants idevices and whatnot)

Yes that works also.

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October 17, 2012, 08:59:18 PM
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2 5870 and 2 5970s running, keeping apt nice and warm  Wink


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October 17, 2012, 09:13:12 PM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.
I'm interested in your method for this
Same here...  Wink

I am using the Vibrator electricity, but it gives only 2-3V so I have to up them for my 12V relay.
I use the sensor from a ball mouse to up the voltage, i think its called a omnitron, sorry my English ain't that good, but later I found 3V and 5V relays from my local electric store which trigger with 2-3V without a problem.
The phone is set to vibrate just once with a particular melody, so I let it ring once and close.

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October 17, 2012, 10:27:48 PM
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One of my new rigs - 3x5830 + 3x5850 = 2.2GH/s
And no the Mobile Phone isn't a detonator Cheesy I'm using it to restart the PC if it crashes.



 Grin  thats way I use LINUX i never HAVE to restart.. Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue

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October 17, 2012, 11:28:42 PM
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never have to restart or worry about dummy plugs...

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