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August 27, 2013, 10:23:55 PM
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this totally blew my mind ("why is the ceiling only like 1 meter high? Is this inside some ventilation duct? why is everthing screwed to ceiling and walls? This guy is insane!") until I figured out the pic is rotated 90°.


Is outside of my house.... have grids on top , both ends sides. Strong wind 24 hours per day... enter cool air and gone hot air.

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August 28, 2013, 01:11:36 AM
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this totally blew my mind ("why is the ceiling only like 1 meter high? Is this inside some ventilation duct? why is everthing screwed to ceiling and walls? This guy is insane!") until I figured out the pic is rotated 90°.

So funny, I had the exact same thought for a split second.

x3, I was really confused as well. Please, next time... right click + rotate image before hosting.

What is the total specs on all of that and why so many cases? I counted 24 of them, but it is hard to tell from the images angles. Even if you spent $20 (seems to be a gross underestimate) on each one that's a lot of money.

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August 28, 2013, 10:17:14 AM
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Setup based on 64GH/s BFL SINGLE-SC's.

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August 28, 2013, 11:19:15 AM
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Setup based on 64GH/s BFL SINGLE-SC's.



wow, I'm jealous...  Tongue

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August 28, 2013, 03:43:36 PM
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I do some dodgy stuff, but that just looks a fire hazard.

I have taken some cost effective precautions to avoid a fire.  I filled a milk jug with used cooking oil, and it rests just on top of the box.  If the heat causes the box to ignite, it will melt the bottom of the platic jug and extinguish the flames in a non-conductive coating of fry oil.

Because this cooking oil is used, it provides a few benefits.  1) It is nice for the environment.  2) It's free materials.  3) Even though your mining rig is on fire, you can't deny how much it smells like french fries (and that's a great smell).

The only problem I can see here is the false positive that a smoke alarm would play, so I have disabled that to prevent any unnecessary panic.

The plastic will not melt until the oil heats up to close to the melting point of the plastic.  Don't believe me?  Try this: put water in a paper cup and hold a lighter to the bottom.  It may blacken a little, but it won't burn.  You can also put water in a plastic bottle and put it in a campfire.  If you leave the lid off the water will have to boil off before it will melt.  (If you leave the lid on, congratulations you have made a steam bomb... run unless you like hot coals flying at you.)  If there is enough cardboard to heat up the oil, when the plastic does melt the oil will easily ignite, making your problem much worse.

If you're trolling, good work.  If not, please take the jug off your rig.

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August 28, 2013, 03:58:14 PM
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I do some dodgy stuff, but that just looks a fire hazard.

I have taken some cost effective precautions to avoid a fire.  I filled a milk jug with used cooking oil, and it rests just on top of the box.  If the heat causes the box to ignite, it will melt the bottom of the platic jug and extinguish the flames in a non-conductive coating of fry oil.

Because this cooking oil is used, it provides a few benefits.  1) It is nice for the environment.  2) It's free materials.  3) Even though your mining rig is on fire, you can't deny how much it smells like french fries (and that's a great smell).

The only problem I can see here is the false positive that a smoke alarm would play, so I have disabled that to prevent any unnecessary panic.

The plastic will not melt until the oil heats up to close to the melting point of the plastic.  Don't believe me?  Try this: put water in a paper cup and hold a lighter to the bottom.  It may blacken a little, but it won't burn.  You can also put water in a plastic bottle and put it in a campfire.  If you leave the lid off the water will have to boil off before it will melt.  (If you leave the lid on, congratulations you have made a steam bomb... run unless you like hot coals flying at you.)  If there is enough cardboard to heat up the oil, when the plastic does melt the oil will easily ignite, making your problem much worse.

If you're trolling, good work.  If not, please take the jug off your rig.

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August 28, 2013, 07:53:03 PM
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If you're trolling, good work.  If not, please take the jug off your rig.

I BE TROLLIN!



I was kind of tempted to dump my used fry oil into a jug and take a new picture.  But I have let this go on long enough.  :-)

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August 28, 2013, 10:53:14 PM
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If you're trolling, good work.  If not, please take the jug off your rig.

I BE TROLLIN!



I was kind of tempted to dump my used fry oil into a jug and take a new picture.  But I have let this go on long enough.  :-)


Good.  I hate to assume someone could be that foolish, but I've been let down too often to give the benefit of the doubt in potentially dangerous situations.

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August 30, 2013, 05:59:06 PM
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I call this the hash cart.  I've got three more BEs and another small Anker coming and then I'll probably move all of it into the larger enclosure that I made in the last picture, with a set of fans closing in each end.



http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2836/9628463363_ec6827763a_b.jpg


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August 30, 2013, 06:29:33 PM
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I want a Hash Cart.

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August 30, 2013, 06:36:28 PM
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Just some random images of my setup

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August 30, 2013, 06:38:07 PM
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Just some random images of my setup

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I don't see any pictures.

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August 30, 2013, 06:39:18 PM
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sorry had to redo them

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August 30, 2013, 06:41:20 PM
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sorry had to redo them

Impressive little set up you got there.

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August 30, 2013, 06:42:46 PM
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sorry had to redo them

Impressive little set up you got there.

thanks! i have a bunch of block erupters coming shortly to add to my measly 3. lol.

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August 30, 2013, 11:31:56 PM
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this totally blew my mind ("why is the ceiling only like 1 meter high? Is this inside some ventilation duct? why is everthing screwed to ceiling and walls? This guy is insane!") until I figured out the pic is rotated 90°.


 Cheesy  I thought the same thing  Cheesy  Grin  Cheesy


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August 31, 2013, 12:19:20 PM
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I call this the hash cart.  I've got three more BEs and another small Anker coming and then I'll probably move all of it into the larger enclosure that I made in the last picture, with a set of fans closing in each end.


Wow... I like this...  Wink
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August 31, 2013, 01:01:12 PM
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what do you guys think about this ?
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August 31, 2013, 01:08:57 PM
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what do you guys think about this ?
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August 31, 2013, 01:32:44 PM
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Those are some crazy numbers they are putting up. botnet? super gpu farm?  I mean yochdog has a huge farm but this guy....

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