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August 16, 2013, 09:30:24 PM
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Hello World... Here are some pics of my setup... 1400KH Scrypt and 31GH Bitcoin (Although I have another 12GH in another setup)

Also have three blades on order to add to this by the end of the month.

The setup uses both CGminer and BFGminer
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img856/4897/64ky.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img14/2746/87zs.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img821/8486/vxx9.png[/img]

Let me know your thoughts Smiley
A) Those round USB hubs look funky with those Erupters plugged into them.
B) Why are you mining with almost 100 Erupters totaling 30GH/s, and you're only using a difficulty of 4? I would try a diff of 24 (or 32).
C) Why is your LTC rig not submitting any shares? Are you solo mining with 2 GPUs?

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August 17, 2013, 02:03:13 AM
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Hello World... Here are some pics of my setup... 1400KH Scrypt and 31GH Bitcoin (Although I have another 12GH in another setup)

Also have three blades on order to add to this by the end of the month.

The setup uses both CGminer and BFGminer
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img856/4897/64ky.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img14/2746/87zs.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img821/8486/vxx9.png[/img]

Let me know your thoughts Smiley
A) Those round USB hubs look funky with those Erupters plugged into them.
B) Why are you mining with almost 100 Erupters totaling 30GH/s, and you're only using a difficulty of 4? I would try a diff of 24 (or 32).
C) Why is your LTC rig not submitting any shares? Are you solo mining with 2 GPUs?

They are left over from another project a long time ago... they are http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?p_id=6435&seq=1&format=2 However they are running the original adapters at 5V 3.5AMP... I have some 5V 5Amp adapters on order....

To be honest I haven`t played with the pool diff settings at all.. I could see a big difference when you have a single device doing 30GH, but I have 93 at 333MH.. I changed it to 24 for the next few days to see if there are any noticeable advantages...

Not mining LTC ... this small scrypt mine setup(7990) solo mines various alt coins... currently FastCoin (FST)

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August 17, 2013, 04:01:45 AM
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Hello World... Here are some pics of my setup... 1400KH Scrypt and 31GH Bitcoin (Although I have another 12GH in another setup)

Also have three blades on order to add to this by the end of the month.

The setup uses both CGminer and BFGminer
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img856/4897/64ky.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img14/2746/87zs.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img821/8486/vxx9.png[/img]

Let me know your thoughts Smiley
A) Those round USB hubs look funky with those Erupters plugged into them.
B) Why are you mining with almost 100 Erupters totaling 30GH/s, and you're only using a difficulty of 4? I would try a diff of 24 (or 32).
C) Why is your LTC rig not submitting any shares? Are you solo mining with 2 GPUs?

They are left over from another project a long time ago... they are http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?p_id=6435&seq=1&format=2 However they are running the original adapters at 5V 3.5AMP... I have some 5V 5Amp adapters on order....

To be honest I haven`t played with the pool diff settings at all.. I could see a big difference when you have a single device doing 30GH, but I have 93 at 333MH.. I changed it to 24 for the next few days to see if there are any noticeable advantages...

Not mining LTC ... this small scrypt mine setup(7990) solo mines various alt coins... currently FastCoin (FST)

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wow 90 & 93℃ on GPU . it is pretty hot.
can they keep 24/7 mining
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August 17, 2013, 04:16:32 AM
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Well if you are using a stress testing app on a GPU that supports error detection, its rare to see any model Radeon card NOT throw errors at temps approaching 95 deg C.

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August 17, 2013, 04:40:49 AM
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agree that GPU mining is not dead Grin
here is mine (upgraded version):


Very nice but...
Do you want me to top that...!  Tongue

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August 17, 2013, 04:57:32 AM
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Do you want me to top that...!  Tongue
Yes!

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August 17, 2013, 05:17:05 AM
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Hello World... Here are some pics of my setup... 1400KH Scrypt and 31GH Bitcoin (Although I have another 12GH in another setup)

Also have three blades on order to add to this by the end of the month.

The setup uses both CGminer and BFGminer
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img856/4897/64ky.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img14/2746/87zs.jpg[/img]
[img ]http://imageshack.com/a/img821/8486/vxx9.png[/img]

Let me know your thoughts Smiley
A) Those round USB hubs look funky with those Erupters plugged into them.
B) Why are you mining with almost 100 Erupters totaling 30GH/s, and you're only using a difficulty of 4? I would try a diff of 24 (or 32).
C) Why is your LTC rig not submitting any shares? Are you solo mining with 2 GPUs?

They are left over from another project a long time ago... they are http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?p_id=6435&seq=1&format=2 However they are running the original adapters at 5V 3.5AMP... I have some 5V 5Amp adapters on order....

To be honest I haven`t played with the pool diff settings at all.. I could see a big difference when you have a single device doing 30GH, but I have 93 at 333MH.. I changed it to 24 for the next few days to see if there are any noticeable advantages...

Not mining LTC ... this small scrypt mine setup(7990) solo mines various alt coins... currently FastCoin (FST)

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wow 90 & 93℃ on GPU . it is pretty hot.
can they keep 24/7 mining

Seem to be running along nicely ... although hot.. been going strong no HW errors for over three months now...
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August 17, 2013, 08:55:03 PM
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As requested:
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That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

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August 17, 2013, 09:05:55 PM
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Why, oh why, when reading this thread do I keep thinking of the film primer?

Probably all those garages filled with weird tech, with intense groups of nerds huddled around, comparing .... sizes.

Don't mind me, I liked the film, if you're reading this you probably will too (honest, I don't get any kickback from promoting it Smiley )

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August 18, 2013, 06:03:10 AM
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That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

I hope you mean megahash/s Cheesy Or are you mining anything else than BTC with it?

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August 18, 2013, 03:28:17 PM
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Not nearly as massive as the last few scrypt farms posted, but something none the less:



14472 KH/S - 6.692 KWH - Pictured - 10x7970, 14x5870, 4x7870 LE, + 3x6950 (unlocked shaders)
720 KH/S - Not pictured - 1x7970
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= 15446 KH/S

I also have some FPGAs mining BTC.

I'm waiting for some items to show up, but by Wednesday I should be up to 16300 KH/S ish after moving some parts around.

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August 18, 2013, 05:09:57 PM
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As requested:
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That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

Very nice operation, like you, I had the cooling challenges as well with that hashing power at work, but the way to go is exhaust and intake fans. It gives you a much better ROI, since cooling is expensive to invest in and operate at that level. Additionally, if you live in a climate that is cold during the winter, you won't need any cooling. I'm cooling my space during the summer months with 1.5-2 tons of HVAC along with the (2) 12" intake, and (2) 12" exhaust for the same 50,000+ kh/s.

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August 18, 2013, 05:11:15 PM
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That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

I hope you mean megahash/s Cheesy Or are you mining anything else than BTC with it?

Of course he meant kh/s, as you don't mine BTC with GPUs unless you like losing money.

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August 18, 2013, 05:59:13 PM
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Few more USB sticks added, and took the fan off the wall to cool the lower ones a bit better since they're closer together.
http://i.imgur.com/yDOR7eb.jpg
Going for a bit of a red/black theme, Tongue We'll see what color Canary sends me this order though, as I have one more coming.
Still nothing special compared to most of you, lol

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August 18, 2013, 06:06:29 PM
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Of course he meant kh/s, as you don't mine BTC with GPUs unless you like losing money.

But it's Bitcointalk we are in here  Huh

 Wink Grin

Crazy rig, would be nice to have 2 years ago..

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All this makes me jealous.... =[

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August 19, 2013, 07:17:16 AM
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As requested:
[]http://imageshack.com/scaled/grid240/59/97ka.jpg[/] . []http://imageshack.com/scaled/grid240/839/bse0.jpg[/]
That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

Looks like someone has a use for old CRTs - if you're looking to reduce runnign costs i'd replace those Cheesy
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August 19, 2013, 11:05:53 AM
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All this makes me jealous.... =[

me too...

I like this threat!  Wink
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August 19, 2013, 11:32:39 AM
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As requested:
[]http://imageshack.com/scaled/grid240/59/97ka.jpg[/] . []http://imageshack.com/scaled/grid240/839/bse0.jpg[/]
That's around 50'000kH/s and the 140'000btu air-conditioning is barely keeping up with the heat.
Most cards are 7xxx, there are 3 machines with 5xxx and 6xxx behind the desk, there are 3 more with 7xxx and the second Heavy duty aircon behind the camera.
And there is a 6x5870 in the red food case, which some of you my remember I posted 2 years ago,... Its alive and kicking with 2600kH/s Smiley
Its a bit messy, and I still have lots of work, but for a one man army that's all I can for now.
I had to blur some things out cause we were having a miners orgy. Smiley

Looks like someone has a use for old CRTs - if you're looking to reduce runnign costs i'd replace those Cheesy

Yeah, but I assume its only for checking the occasional misbehaving rig. I suspect most miners with this quantity of hardware would be using VNC or Team Viewer or similar to monitor and control remotely.

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August 19, 2013, 03:40:39 PM
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Nothing new by any means, but this is 1 of my 3 Litecoin rigs that all share the same format. Other 2 live in the roof, this one in the dining room as (IMO) its quite nicely presented, (relatively) quiet and is cable-less aside from the power cable thanks to a £10 Wireless-N USB adapter, so nobody in the house minds having it around.





It does a good job of holding the downstairs of the house at a pretty consistent temperature and is currently being put to good use help dry my laundry a bit faster than normal  Grin

This one cools fine with 3 fans (mostly down to the undervolting and larger air space), the other two rigs have between 4 - 6 extra 120mm fans sitting on top of the cards to stop them from overheating as the insulation in the roof is a bit too efficient to let enough heat out... They have a mix of Gigabyte WF3's with undervolted BIOS and standard MSI cards.

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