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September 03, 2013, 10:47:08 AM
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I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
I count 110 Block Erupters. The absolute cheapest price I've ever seen them is 0.24BTC, which is 26BTC, and that doesn't even cover the cost of those crazy expensive USB hubs, which I would guess add on another 3-4BTC.

I'm sorry, but you can buy a used 60GH/s Single for that price, and it will use prolly right around the same power consumption.

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September 03, 2013, 10:50:33 AM
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There's WAY more blinky green lights on 110 Erupters than on a Single, though.  Blinky green lights are where it's at.
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September 03, 2013, 11:26:56 AM
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There's WAY more blinky green lights on 110 Erupters than on a Single, though.  Blinky green lights are where it's at.

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September 03, 2013, 01:02:11 PM
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There's WAY more blinky green lights on 110 Erupters than on a Single, though.  Blinky green lights are where it's at.

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They say, it's Christmas whenever a man wants. With that rig, it's Christmas all year!

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September 03, 2013, 01:18:19 PM
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this is my PICs

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September 03, 2013, 01:25:43 PM
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Nice!!!!
Can you show me where do you point your thermometer to?
I have one of those, but I get different readings across the heat sink at about 3cm from it.

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September 03, 2013, 01:30:33 PM
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There's WAY more blinky green lights on 110 Erupters than on a Single, though.  Blinky green lights are where it's at.

+1

lol

They say, it's Christmas whenever a man wants. With that rig, it's Christmas all year!

My goal for this Christmas will be to get a tree and decorate it with AM USB eruptors that have extenders coming out of the USB hubs to make it look like Christmas lights.  It will be the first ever hashing tree!  Pics to come

 

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September 03, 2013, 01:37:47 PM
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Pics to come

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September 03, 2013, 01:45:03 PM
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Nice!!!!
Can you show me where do you point your thermometer to?
I have one of those, but I get different readings across the heat sink at about 3cm from it.
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September 03, 2013, 01:51:43 PM
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Thanks Smiley

[quote author=EfterlysT link=topic=7216.msg3070350#msg3070350 date=1378194567

My first rig testruns. Everything will be moved to a new location tomorrow.
65Gh/s more firepower will arrive within a week or so Smiley

I'm dying to know how much fiat OR btc you dropped onto these?  What maybe I'm seeing that others aren't is the rig to the left with GPUs....If you've been doing this since like 2010 then you'd have the spare coin to buy up those in an array fashion like that (not where you'd be spending 10s of thousands of dollars for that if you decided to just jump in on these back in June as a newcomer)....but for that number of eruptors (i counted 121 I could be wrong) thats just over 40 GHs...how do you even administer something of that scale?  Do you have to spend like a few hours if you were to point your BE array elsewhere?
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I have not been mining anything earlier.

Lets sort out how i think about this Smiley

I have some other projects beside my fulltime job. Some of the money i put in my bitcoin project is money that i already have earned in on other things. I am not desperate to make brake even on this on short time basis. I wait for five blade miners that will brake even way much faster than the USB rig itself.  I see all my hashing power that this rig gives me as bounus power when i will buy a mini rig later on. In the end it will all go positive in the money question if nothing really drastic happends with bitcoin itself.

I have 105 USB Eruptors right now and i run them all on one Asus Rampage III Extreme mobo. they produce 35175mh/s rock solid. Administration ? They just run without any administration. I mine at bitminter and they have a really good minerprogram. I just watch the coins hitting my wallet Wink

I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
USB Rig costed around 5000usd including Eruptors, hubs, express shipping on everything around the globe.

I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
I count 110 Block Erupters. The absolute cheapest price I've ever seen them is 0.24BTC, which is 26BTC, and that doesn't even cover the cost of those crazy expensive USB hubs, which I would guess add on another 3-4BTC.

I'm sorry, but you can buy a used 60GH/s Single for that price, and it will use prolly right around the same power consumption.
Tell me where to buy a 60gh/s machine that is in stock and i will do it Wink I dont like paying for stuff that does not even exist yest. The never ending Butterflylabs story, nah i think i will pass. I will invest in a mini rig later on when i can buy them in stock.

There's WAY more blinky green lights on 110 Erupters than on a Single, though.  Blinky green lights are where it's at.
The guy with most green lights win Wink

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September 03, 2013, 02:14:27 PM
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I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
I count 110 Block Erupters. The absolute cheapest price I've ever seen them is 0.24BTC, which is 26BTC, and that doesn't even cover the cost of those crazy expensive USB hubs, which I would guess add on another 3-4BTC.

I'm sorry, but you can buy a used 60GH/s Single for that price, and it will use prolly right around the same power consumption.
Tell me where to buy a 60gh/s machine that is in stock and i will do it Wink I dont like paying for stuff that does not even exist yest. The never ending Butterflylabs story, nah i think i will pass. I will invest in a mini rig later on when i can buy them in stock.
I said you could buy a used one. I know all too well of BFLs delay issues, but you can buy a 60GH/s Single from people right here on the forums for the same price as your 110 BEs.

And you can have all the blinkey green lights you want, as long as I'm hashing twice as fast as you.

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September 03, 2013, 02:17:06 PM
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my single does 60 ghs in one tiny little box. lol. cant imagine having all those usbs and wires, hubs etc. ugh.

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September 03, 2013, 02:23:13 PM
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I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
I count 110 Block Erupters. The absolute cheapest price I've ever seen them is 0.24BTC, which is 26BTC, and that doesn't even cover the cost of those crazy expensive USB hubs, which I would guess add on another 3-4BTC.

I'm sorry, but you can buy a used 60GH/s Single for that price, and it will use prolly right around the same power consumption.
Tell me where to buy a 60gh/s machine that is in stock and i will do it Wink I dont like paying for stuff that does not even exist yest. The never ending Butterflylabs story, nah i think i will pass. I will invest in a mini rig later on when i can buy them in stock.
I said you could buy a used one. I know all too well of BFLs delay issues, but you can buy a 60GH/s Single from people right here on the forums for the same price as your 110 BEs.

And you can have all the blinkey green lights you want, as long as I'm hashing twice as fast as you.
Yeah no. Using a used Single makes it even worse. It's used. The inside electronics have been downgraded because if intensive use. It will break more quickly.

It's like hiring a hooker. If you are the first ever, it's great. But it gets worse after every costumer she had.

i dont think you understand how microchips work....or how sex works.....lol

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September 03, 2013, 02:33:07 PM
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I have to ask. EfterlysT How much did that all cost?

Its purdy!
I count 110 Block Erupters. The absolute cheapest price I've ever seen them is 0.24BTC, which is 26BTC, and that doesn't even cover the cost of those crazy expensive USB hubs, which I would guess add on another 3-4BTC.

I'm sorry, but you can buy a used 60GH/s Single for that price, and it will use prolly right around the same power consumption.
Tell me where to buy a 60gh/s machine that is in stock and i will do it Wink I dont like paying for stuff that does not even exist yest. The never ending Butterflylabs story, nah i think i will pass. I will invest in a mini rig later on when i can buy them in stock.
I said you could buy a used one. I know all too well of BFLs delay issues, but you can buy a 60GH/s Single from people right here on the forums for the same price as your 110 BEs.

And you can have all the blinkey green lights you want, as long as I'm hashing twice as fast as you.
Well i am new on this forum and i am not throwing away money to someone i dont know. I will wait until i can go by car and pay and collect a mini rig at KNC in Stockholm. My next step is a minimum 400gh/s machine, With five blades i produce 100gh/s+ total, that will due for now imo.

If i offended you in some way i am sorry.. No need to sound so angry Wink

my single does 60 ghs in one tiny little box. lol. cant imagine having all those usbs and wires, hubs etc. ugh.
Well for now it looks like shit. I will post new pics when everything is installed at my rebuilt storage.
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September 03, 2013, 04:07:12 PM
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There are some very interesting rigs here  Wink
I'd rather want to see the ones that are kept private  Tongue


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September 04, 2013, 03:41:15 AM
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Deep fried erupter, anyone?

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    Neat! Reminds me of junior year high when I submerged an over-pushed 2-meter rig in a fish tank filled with capacitor oil. Or was it an audio amp? Two 6570(?) novar tubes made for an eerie glow at night.
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    this is my PICs

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    I was wondering how many watts you are pulling? I know what the math says, but I was wondering what the actual wattage was?
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    this is my PICs

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    I was wondering how many watts you are pulling? I know what the math says, but I was wondering what the actual wattage was?

    and iam interessted in the 10 port hubs he use?
    are this the cheap 8-15€ hubs?

    i ask because i whant to buy the same..
    i have read, they have some hardware bug (resistor instead of diode) and the powersupply voltage bounce back to the usb port and may demage the computer.
    so solution is, to desolder the resistor and dont even but a diode inside to be more save...


    but my question is, how mutch ampere have the power supply to this hub?
    or you buyed other powesupplys with more ampere for it?



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    September 05, 2013, 01:25:31 PM
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    60+ and 45+ reporting for duty

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    60+ and 45+ reporting for duty

    wow... I'm jealous  Shocked

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