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June 21, 2013, 10:17:31 AM
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http://www.wanonzin.nl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/P1010875-270x202.jpg
click here for big picture.

http://www.wanonzin.nl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Schermafbeelding-2013-06-18-om-09.33.09.png

Sorry for the dark picture, "rig" is placed in our basement.

4x USB Block Erupter on a Rapsberry Pi, total power consumption 18W. OS = Minepeon. Mines at 1.2 to 1.3 Gh/s
A click here for a brighter picture would have been better ... what am I looking at here ... 3 USB sticks?

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 Grin LOL brighter picture would be better indeed. But even on this "dark" picture I see 4 USB sticks
Cheesy ... Here we go ... I did for you!  Roll Eyes  .. And, indeed there 4 sticks

Click here for a brighter picture ...

Great ! Thank you a lot!

I'd love to start by buying one, and some time after at least more two, 6, and so on, but I've kept my self away since I've read somewhere there was an minimum amount and since I live in Europe.
Am I mistaken and can I buy at least one or two?
How long would it take to arrive?

Thank you folks.

Just search on this forum or on ebay. You can buy just one or two, no problem.

Example: http://www.ebay.nl/itm/ASICMINER-Block-Erupter-USB-ASIC-Bitcoin-Miner-/261232034106?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_146&hash=item3cd2a4813a

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June 21, 2013, 12:23:08 PM
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I'd love to start by buying one, and some time after at least more two, 6, and so on, but I've kept my self away since I've read somewhere there was an minimum amount and since I live in Europe.
Am I mistaken and can I buy at least one or two?
How long would it take to arrive?

Thank you folks.

Just search on this forum or on ebay. You can buy just one or two, no problem.

Example: http://www.ebay.nl/itm/ASICMINER-Block-Erupter-USB-ASIC-Bitcoin-Miner-/261232034106?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_146&hash=item3cd2a4813a

Hey, thanks!!! Never thought on ebay! And that gave me the idea of searching BitMit also!
Thank you!

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June 21, 2013, 09:20:36 PM
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Just be aware that you'll never even come close to breaking even at those prices.
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June 21, 2013, 09:24:18 PM
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Here is another design inside sealed plastic box, supposed to be weather proof, very compact and gives stable temperature control:
http://ecoinomist.com/weather-proof-gpu-litecoin-mining-rig-pictures


I don't think that's weatherproof

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June 21, 2013, 09:26:23 PM
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this thread just goes to show you: this is truly a gold-rush.

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June 22, 2013, 12:01:57 AM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.





what GPU you use with this USB Block Erupters. And where can make order for USB Block Erupters ?
10x

What USB hub is this?

Is that 10x 200 a pop?

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June 22, 2013, 12:13:44 AM
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this thread just goes to show you: this is truly a gold-rush.


lol no doubt
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June 23, 2013, 08:02:36 AM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.





what GPU you use with this USB Block Erupters. And where can make order for USB Block Erupters ?
10x

What USB hub is this?

Is that 10x 200 a pop?

ROI will be difficult..
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June 23, 2013, 06:54:45 PM
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this thread just goes to show you: this is truly a gold-rush.


lol no doubt

i also love the pics from older rigs 2 years ago.
it tracks history =)

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June 23, 2013, 08:33:11 PM
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i also love the pics from older rigs 2 years ago.
it tracks history =)
You will then probably love this one. It still give out dissent output... But it has 3 USB added... Soon it will be moved on LTC...

It is done to look like a server so I can put it in a server room that have no electricity cost. Well it dose but they are constant... So this one will live for some time in the future...

I don't know how to put in pictures from Dropbox. But this is making process... It is finished. I just need to replace VGA adapters with the one I made and put the key back in. Some are in some are not. Will do it when I have it in server room. If someone can tell me how to do that I can put some interesting picture in hire...

I did fix that 76 degrease on one GPU that you can see in screenshot. Interesting enough It is inside one of 5790 winch shout be cooler then outside one since air is coming over the first one then the secend one. It was just thermal paste. It runs now even in this heat(30+) only at 74 degrease... And over night 70 71 at 20 outside and probably 25 in the room.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2ch70rmp4nvj1vh/eoxGhVLZdR

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June 23, 2013, 08:33:18 PM
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My rig. 7.8 Gh/s sec. About 20 bucks per day as of now. Running off a raspberry Pi.


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June 24, 2013, 05:11:46 AM
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I haven't tuned the software on these rigs for minimum overhead and I haven't overclocked the video cards yet either. Currently the farm is running at ~6GH/s or ~500MH/s for each 7970. I built it as fast as I could to get the mining started so they are currently running Ubuntu desktop. Ultimately I plan to create a Gentoo USB install that automatically tunes and mines each rig.

Just curious, you're driving 3 7970 with a 850W PSU???

Considering that each GPU is taking 250-300W, this is pushing the limit a little bit, isn't it?

Are you tweaking the GPUs voltage to make this setup be stable?

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June 24, 2013, 09:09:51 AM
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My rig. 7.8 Gh/s sec. About 20 bucks per day as of now. Running off a raspberry Pi.




wow that is just lovely...drooling my gum out now.  does it mine at that rate pretty steadily?  how much was your raspi setup and how much setup time did you put into it?  Was there a difficult curve in getting it going?

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June 24, 2013, 01:30:50 PM
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My 1st 2 rigs, bit of a mess but cant find the time to build a case for them, running in my garage so cooling no problem.

Now switched to litecoin.

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I have no idea what you did to your img and url tags, but I fixed them for you.

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June 24, 2013, 04:11:27 PM
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The full extent of my mining operation. Peak temp of 35*
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June 24, 2013, 05:51:37 PM
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The full extent of my mining operation. Peak temp of 35*

Loving the homemade UPS beneath the rig Smiley

Is that an avalon unit?
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June 24, 2013, 06:31:31 PM
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The full extent of my mining operation. Peak temp of 35*

Loving the homemade UPS beneath the rig Smiley

Is that an avalon unit?

Agreed. A friend of mine and I were talking about doing something similar with 12v marine batteries. What batteries are you using there?

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June 24, 2013, 06:45:41 PM
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The full extent of my mining operation. Peak temp of 35*

Loving the homemade UPS beneath the rig Smiley

Is that an avalon unit?

Agreed. A friend of mine and I were talking about doing something similar with 12v marine batteries. What batteries are you using there?
Yeah, it's a batch 2 avalon overclocked to ~85+ GHash

They are Die Hard platinums, but they are actually just rebranded Odyssey Pc1500/PC1700 depending on which size you buy.  Odyssey makes the finest lead acid batteries in the world, and being able to buy them at sears with a 3 year full replacement/7year pro-rated warranty is pretty cool, not that you'll need it.

A UPS is easy to make. It even gives you a nice convenient place to tie in any solar panels or wind energy you've got.
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June 24, 2013, 09:12:24 PM
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I haven't tuned the software on these rigs for minimum overhead and I haven't overclocked the video cards yet either. Currently the farm is running at ~6GH/s or ~500MH/s for each 7970. I built it as fast as I could to get the mining started so they are currently running Ubuntu desktop. Ultimately I plan to create a Gentoo USB install that automatically tunes and mines each rig.

Just curious, you're driving 3 7970 with a 850W PSU???

Considering that each GPU is taking 250-300W, this is pushing the limit a little bit, isn't it?

Are you tweaking the GPUs voltage to make this setup be stable?


I haven't tuned anything. When I chose the hardware, I estimated 250W per 7970, then went for an 850W. The PSU has a single 12V rail so all 4 rigs appear to be running stable -- even through some very bad thunder storms. I have not overclocked/underclocked anything and the voltages are currently all stock. I just haven't had time to build a decent Live USB miner that has the software on it to do that.

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