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December 30, 2012, 08:48:32 AM
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Is your Power Supply upside down ?  Huh

Yeah, that looks like a recipe for heat death.

This is how it should be

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December 30, 2012, 06:22:39 PM
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I'm not difficult. Tongue Taking the 6870's shroud apart WAS ! lol

I'll try the 2.5's on the 6870 in a day or two.

The 2.8's didn't help but it was worth the shot.

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Is your Power Supply upside down ?  Huh

Thanks for the 'heads up' guys, but I'm good. Smiley That case is an Antec V2, and just like my 300, does not have a bottom psu intake.

With the side panel on, the Thermaltake TR2 runs warm and seems normal. Its verrry cool with the side panel off.

I was thinking that I should cut one out for the 300, but ended up scrapping that idea after I figured out how to get the hcg 750w, the air flow it needed. I did this by setting the gpu's fans to approx 50-75%. Now that the gpu and psu fans are working together, the psu runs freakishly cool even with the front/side panel and filters on. Wink

Looky at what I just snagged the last of !

Antec cp-850w psu - $50 LMAO

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December 31, 2012, 04:25:47 AM
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Ya I have an Antec 300, which has it's PSU mounted on the bottom, but it also doesn't have a PSU intake built into the bottom, so after a bit of research I have my PSU mounted with the fan facing up, just like the one in the pic.

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Ya I have an Antec 300, which has it's PSU mounted on the bottom, but it also doesn't have a PSU intake built into the bottom, so after a bit of research I have my PSU mounted with the fan facing up, just like the one in the pic.

The 300 AB and/or the AB II has one.

update..

I forgot to mention that the SDK 2.8s seem to have stopped the odd 'worker is idle' errors and my accepted shares per hour rate is also up. Smiley

Also... I FOUND MY FIRST EVER BLOCK !! LOL WOOOOT OOOHHHYYYAAAA

The 5850 found it just before my initial post. Tongue
 

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January 03, 2013, 05:25:30 PM
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With that sort of electric bill you would be better buying a diesel generate for that get a converter for it and run of cooking oil then you can simply goto our local chip shops ask them for their used oil filter the oil out through a filter system free energy. Or you could get some converters for wind power in their too to produce power back to company Smiley

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January 03, 2013, 05:47:30 PM
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BrigitteLin Grin Grin Grin
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With that sort of electric bill you would be better buying a diesel generate for that get a converter for it and run of cooking oil then you can simply goto our local chip shops ask them for their used oil filter the oil out through a filter system free energy. Or you could get some converters for wind power in their too to produce power back to company Smiley
12,000w x 24 x 30 would be ~8,600kwh per month. That means you'd have to be paying $0.12/kwh to pay $1000/month. That is a lot of electricity to be paying for 30GH/s....

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January 03, 2013, 05:53:04 PM
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BrigitteLin Grin Grin Grin
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With that sort of electric bill you would be better buying a diesel generate for that get a converter for it and run of cooking oil then you can simply goto our local chip shops ask them for their used oil filter the oil out through a filter system free energy. Or you could get some converters for wind power in their too to produce power back to company Smiley
12,000w x 24 x 30 would be ~8,600kwh per month. That means you'd have to be paying $0.12/kwh to pay $1000/month. That is a lot of electricity to be paying for 30GH/s....

That's cheaper than am paying at £0.14 that's around $0.20

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January 03, 2013, 09:00:59 PM
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That is not very efficient.....a well tuned 7970 can get over 3 MH/w.  You are only getting 2.62.

There may be some significant savings if you take the time to tune these up a bit. 

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Hey Here is my new gaming PC that became a mining rig almost immediately.

It contains:
Radeon HD 7970 Core 1125
Intel 3770k OC'd to 4.5GHZ
16GB Vengance LP OC'd to 1600MHZ
1TB WD Caviar Black
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I get 650-680Mh/s
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Wow, big blurry pics.

My advice, avoid getting your hands wet when tired.  Smiley
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January 04, 2013, 08:12:06 AM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?
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January 04, 2013, 10:20:31 AM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?

Now they look like this:

Here is my final setup for my 11 BFL Singles (patiently awaiting to go home when the ASICS arrive) - They average about 9200 MH/S total



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Are those windows blinds on that laptop?
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Are those windows blinds on that laptop?
http://www.stardock.com/products/windowblinds/ ?
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Are those windows blinds on that laptop?

i think its a reflection of an ACTUAL window w/ blinds  Cheesy

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Wow, big blurry pics.

My advice, avoid getting your hands wet when tired.  Smiley
Fixd the size of the pics. What do you mean don't get my hands wet when tired?
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January 06, 2013, 05:30:48 AM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?

Still spinning. The borgs are taking over though. 3 more hiding in the basement.




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January 06, 2013, 05:35:09 AM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?

I really didn't need to see that... Now I'm gonna have nightmares of GPUs falling out of the sky and hitting me while I sleep.

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January 06, 2013, 05:46:34 AM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?
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I really didn't need to see that... Now I'm gonna have nightmares of GPUs falling out of the sky and hitting me while I sleep.

 Cheesy You know the super long twist ties that come with your PSU cables? They work, 1.5 years out and not one failure.
Actually an old pic there. Down to 3 identical rigs in the basement mobo and all w/ two 5970's, 5870, 5850 all reference design and one BFL (aka Bull Fucking Lame) each.

Very glad I just trimmed the fat (5830's non-ref. 5850's) from the cave and didn't sell out everything.

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January 06, 2013, 12:00:29 PM
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Come on...this thread was glorious once, where are THE RIGS?

I really didn't need to see that... Now I'm gonna have nightmares of GPUs falling out of the sky and hitting me while I sleep.

Oh come on. This is a nice rig. I like the style: just crap shit together and HOPE!

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