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July 09, 2013, 12:18:55 AM
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It's old but it is my 46 GH/s self-built FPGA.
Very nice! how are these "self-built"?
I meant not made ​​at home, are a professional assembler but commissioned by us.
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July 09, 2013, 05:50:51 AM
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I tuned my 4 USB Block Erupter Rig Grin



This maybe overkill but I just like to built stuff from scrap parts.


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July 09, 2013, 07:36:57 AM
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I like your usb hub, can u link to where u got it?
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July 09, 2013, 07:40:52 AM
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I like your usb hub, can u link to where u got it?

My hub is about 5 years old, here is a link to the recent version available. It's a dutch website...
http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/971592/7-poorts-USB-20-hub-metaal?queryFromSuggest=true

I lost my original powersupply that came with the usb-hub, now I use this (universal) power supply 5V 5.2A with the usbhub
http://www.velleman.eu/products/view/?id=382016

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July 09, 2013, 11:05:15 AM
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I tuned my 4 USB Block Erupter Rig Grin

This maybe overkill but I just like to built stuff from scrap parts.



Nice case you have on your pi

Message me if you have any problems
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July 09, 2013, 11:24:21 AM
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I tuned my 4 USB Block Erupter Rig Grin

This maybe overkill but I just like to built stuff from scrap parts.


Nice case you have on your pi

https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi-cases

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July 10, 2013, 03:05:31 AM
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Here is a picture of a 20m hash Litecoin site I have setup they are all 7950 Vapor-x Cards

I dont do smartphones (i am wierd) so this is a picture from a mate who was confirming which rig had locked

I have watchdog cards on all but 2 units and of course it was one of the 2 that had frozen (murphys law ..lolz)


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July 10, 2013, 03:37:13 AM
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Here is my home site setup

Please note that those fans are 400mm diameter and that there are a total of 3 x 400mm & 1 250mm (2 exhaust and 1 x 400mms & 1 x 250mm intake)

They are commercial grad and move about 2000liters of air a min or second I cant remember which ...long story short it is rather noisy in the rig room

Each one sounds like a jet on spin up which takes about 30-40 seconds until at 100%...lolz

Also that power board is currently taking ~ 16k/w

The room itself is small ... like REALLY small Sad this is the main reason i have had to go thermonuclear with the cooling & exhaust setups)

Have been through about 10 configs but this is working for now

There is 13 rigs in this room and if you turning off the cooling system it spikes to 45 celcious in aprox 1 min and rigs start shutting down Sad

Currently its sitting on about ~ 23 cel which keeps the fans at about 50% and GPU's are set to 71 cel

IP KVM switch are a must with this many rigs ..also i can remote onto any unit anywhere in the world with a smartphone if i had one ...lolz


Air Intake is going through a 2 way grill setup that is both secure and lets air into a manifold that has 2 intake fans connected


Here is the other end of the intake


Many hours spent sitting here ...lolz




Power Board


2 x 400mm Industrial exhaust and a standard shower unit ...lolz (this is teh exhaust system)



Here is 1 of the 400mm sqaure stack shelfs that I use ..I get 4 rigs per stack


And another


And another blurry rig stack


The second last one is running 5x 7950 per rig ... 5 card rigs are ok but they are very suceptable to heat change and will shutdown or freeze

Anyways with the previous site that I have thats my 45m hash system Cheesy

A lot of blood sweat and tears and fun Cheesy

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July 10, 2013, 05:13:30 AM
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Here is my home site setup

Excellent setup! I'm currently having some challenges with my offsite space, and was looking into exhaust and intake as well. Your setup would fit the bill. Can you let me know what the specs/brand of the fans are and what you used for the ducting? I need to go above ceiling grid for my setup.

Do you have any A/C at all, or just the fans?

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July 10, 2013, 05:21:40 AM
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Here is my home site setup

Excellent setup! I'm currently having some challenges with my offsite space, and was looking into exhaust and intake as well. Your setup would fit the bill. Can you let me know what the specs/brand of the fans are and what you used for the ducting? I need to go above ceiling grid for my setup.

Do you have any A/C at all, or just the fans?

Just all the fans if u do it properly (it is no easy to get it working properly) u dont need A/C even if it is 35 c outside

This is one model down on the units i have but will give u an idea

http://www.hyalite.com.au/J1114/EZI-AIR-FAN-315mm-230watt-545-L_or_sec/pd.php

Just use the portable duct tubing you see in the pics is about 3$ a meter and works a treat Cheesy

Depending on the size of the room you can just move the air away for the rigs and then pick it up at the cieling or

Even better is to have either intake/exhaust 100mm ducts going to either the PSU exhaust port (this is over 50% of your heat)
or have fresh air blowing onto the GPU's ... i have had this method work for me through Aussie summer at 38-40 c

Key thing is to have intake/exhaust acceess close by .. if u can go through the roof do it ..!!!!

You are wanting min 250mm holes (u can put a 300-400mm fan on a 250mm hole with minimal loss ) I have a 2 way grate system
on the door for the intake ... it works pretty well while still providing security for the site

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July 10, 2013, 05:53:27 AM
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230 watt vane fan?  Shocked I thought the 55 watt one in my aircon moved a lot of air... damn.

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July 10, 2013, 06:03:47 AM
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230 watt vane fan?  Shocked I thought the 55 watt one in my aircon moved a lot of air... damn.


lolz ... the units pictured are 350 watts !!!

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July 10, 2013, 01:43:04 PM
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I just went through all 130+ pages Smiley Awesome rigs, keep posting.

I really want to buy 1 ASICMiner USB Block Erupter @ 1.1 BTC, please help me by donating: 1JqDYFLB4HnUNo3GCqmeFTtoa4JhkKZejC
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July 10, 2013, 04:59:01 PM
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230 watt vane fan?  Shocked I thought the 55 watt one in my aircon moved a lot of air... damn.


lolz ... the units pictured are 350 watts !!!

I'm going to have to get something of that nature soon as well. I'm looking to add another 2-4 rigs this month and my garage was 101* this morning when I went down there.

On that Avocent KVM over IP did you pay for a license for it or get it somewhere else? You can get them super cheap on ebay, but they don't come with the software.

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July 11, 2013, 01:28:16 AM
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230 watt vane fan?  Shocked I thought the 55 watt one in my aircon moved a lot of air... damn.


lolz ... the units pictured are 350 watts !!!

I'm going to have to get something of that nature soon as well. I'm looking to add another 2-4 rigs this month and my garage was 101* this morning when I went down there.




On that Avocent KVM over IP did you pay for a license for it or get it somewhere else? You can get them super cheap on ebay, but they don't come with the software.


This model is the shiz Cheesy

It comes with software and is awsome... I have 3 of these units and they are still available ... if u can do PS2 connectors then they are the ultimate bargain

These are the rolls royce of tech ... they where over 4k in there day... the think with top shelf stuff is that they are always good even when they are 8 years old!!
Just liek a BMW ...lolz



DatacenterParts the company in the link are fantastic I have been using them for years !!

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/290878446981?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649

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July 11, 2013, 10:39:48 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/xxZfMUV.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/0m8XehV.jpg


Nothing rare, but my two little USB erupters arrived today. Set them up on a shelf above my desk with a D-Link DUB-H7 7 port hub I got for $23. I quickly realised that they were reaching 70+ deg C temps when I was setting them up and the 2x 15 watt server fans really help (but they are running at 3.3 volts so they are essentially silent). Miners now get better temps of about 45 deg C (25 deg C ambient) after running for a while. Getting <1% hardware errors in bfgminer I might have to look at that later.

Is there any components on the other side of the PCB? Or is the aluminium heatsink removing heat through the PCB itself? Some micro-sized heatsinks might be in order for the ASIC chip on the top side in any case...

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July 11, 2013, 12:43:03 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/xxZfMUV.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/0m8XehV.jpg

Nothing rare, but my two little USB erupters arrived today. Set them up on a shelf above my desk with a D-Link DUB-H7 7 port hub I got for $23. I quickly realised that they were reaching 70+ deg C temps when I was setting them up and the 2x 15 watt server fans really help (but they are running at 3.3 volts so they are essentially silent). Miners now get better temps of about 45 deg C (25 deg C ambient) after running for a while. Getting <1% hardware errors in bfgminer I might have to look at that later.

Is there any components on the other side of the PCB? Or is the aluminium heatsink removing heat through the PCB itself? Some micro-sized heatsinks might be in order for the ASIC chip on the top side in any case...

What a nice Radiometer you have back there!

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July 11, 2013, 01:45:54 PM
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Nothing rare, but my two little USB erupters arrived today. Set them up on a shelf above my desk with a D-Link DUB-H7 7 port hub I got for $23. I quickly realised that they were reaching 70+ deg C temps when I was setting them up and the 2x 15 watt server fans really help (but they are running at 3.3 volts so they are essentially silent). Miners now get better temps of about 45 deg C (25 deg C ambient) after running for a while. Getting <1% hardware errors in bfgminer I might have to look at that later.

Is there any components on the other side of the PCB? Or is the aluminium heatsink removing heat through the PCB itself? Some micro-sized heatsinks might be in order for the ASIC chip on the top side in any case...

There were a couple of guys playing around with some clip-on heatsinks that reached the chips pretty nicely.. might be worth looking into. Just did a quick search but couldnt find the post . will look again a little later.
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July 11, 2013, 03:07:04 PM
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Nothing rare, but my two little USB erupters arrived today. Set them up on a shelf above my desk with a D-Link DUB-H7 7 port hub I got for $23. I quickly realised that they were reaching 70+ deg C temps when I was setting them up and the 2x 15 watt server fans really help (but they are running at 3.3 volts so they are essentially silent). Miners now get better temps of about 45 deg C (25 deg C ambient) after running for a while. Getting <1% hardware errors in bfgminer I might have to look at that later.

Is there any components on the other side of the PCB? Or is the aluminium heatsink removing heat through the PCB itself? Some micro-sized heatsinks might be in order for the ASIC chip on the top side in any case...

There were a couple of guys playing around with some clip-on heatsinks that reached the chips pretty nicely.. might be worth looking into. Just did a quick search but couldnt find the post . will look again a little later.

Yeah, these https://109.201.133.65/index.php?topic=241652.msg2611270#msg2611270

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July 11, 2013, 04:09:34 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241652.msg2611270#msg2611270

Corrected your link.

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