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September 20, 2013, 03:15:39 PM
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2x ASICMiner Blades (13GHs each), Anker Hub with 10 ASICMiner Block Erupters, Corsair CX750 (runs the Blades, the Anker hub, the fan controller, the unpictured elcheapo 10 port hub), Intel NUC Celeron 847 mining controller machine running BFGMiner 3.2.1 on Windows 7 Enterprise x86



Close up of the Blade rig.  Blade is stuck to a Fractal Design "Moduvent" cover with 3M double sided tape, as are the 1300rpm Scythe GentleTyphoon 120mm and 800rpm Scythe 80mm fans.  Blades are powered off a single PCI-E 6-pin cable, which is made from a 6-pin PCI-E extension, chopped and soldered and fitted to the Blade's green Phoenix connector.  A standard 5mm LED with 680ohm resistor is fitted to the spare connections to make a power light.

Currently hashing at just shy of 30GH/s, and using about 320W at the wall, including the 5-port Netgear 10/100 switch, and the Compaq 1000VA online UPS' overhead.
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September 20, 2013, 03:56:30 PM
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Is that laptop a thinkpad x60/x61/... tablet? If so: is the screen 1400x1050 resolution?

definitely tablet - because of blue stylus on left and buttons on display frame.

You are right, x61 1024 model, this led display quality is excellent, much better than todays crap
It takes only 20w load due to low woltage 2x1.4 ghz Smiley

I still use my x61s too, still haven't found a replacement!

Gotta love 4:3 matte displays...

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September 20, 2013, 04:41:27 PM
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Is that laptop a thinkpad x60/x61/... tablet? If so: is the screen 1400x1050 resolution?

definitely tablet - because of blue stylus on left and buttons on display frame.

You are right, x61 1024 model, this led display quality is excellent, much better than todays crap
It takes only 20w load due to low woltage 2x1.4 ghz Smiley

I still use my x61s too, still haven't found a replacement!

Gotta love 4:3 matte displays...

Agreed!  You'll have to pry my Thinkpad T60p (1600x1200 15" IPS screen) out of my cold dead hands Smiley

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September 20, 2013, 09:00:20 PM
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Gotta love 4:3 matte displays...

exactly!!! with high enough resolution, too (1024 doesn't cut it for me).

glaring mirror-like 16/9 displays arent the only "innovation" I can't understand: can phone makers please make phones that are at most as big as an iphone 4. Since when is bigger better with mobile phones? I'm starting to feel like back in the 90s with those huge phones and I'm actually selecting my pants by wether or not they have big pockets at the knees so I can actually carry my fucking mobile phone around. It's ridiculous.

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September 21, 2013, 02:32:05 AM
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Gotta love 4:3 matte displays...

exactly!!! with high enough resolution, too (1024 doesn't cut it for me).

glaring mirror-like 16/9 displays arent the only "innovation" I can't understand: can phone makers please make phones that are at most as big as an iphone 4. Since when is bigger better with mobile phones? I'm starting to feel like back in the 90s with those huge phones and I'm actually selecting my pants by wether or not they have big pockets at the knees so I can actually carry my fucking mobile phone around. It's ridiculous.


I bought this super tiny phone from eBay a few months ago as just a gimmick really but I actually started using it as a full time phone to just read texts and answer and call people it's smaller than a credit card and it's really flat and thin and light it's awesome. Hard to text tho, my replies are always blunt haha.

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September 21, 2013, 03:51:31 AM
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glaring mirror-like 16/9 displays arent the only "innovation" I can't understand: can phone makers please make phones that are at most as big as an iphone 4. Since when is bigger better with mobile phones? I'm starting to feel like back in the 90s with those huge phones and I'm actually selecting my pants by wether or not they have big pockets at the knees so I can actually carry my fucking mobile phone around. It's ridiculous.
I bought this super tiny phone from eBay a few months ago as just a gimmick really but I actually started using it as a full time phone to just read texts and answer and call people it's smaller than a credit card and it's really flat and thin and light it's awesome. Hard to text tho, my replies are always blunt haha.
I bet you don't have a facebook account, either.

I had an Optimus Slider. I kept it for years cuz the physical keyboard was the only way I could use it, and I was scared of touchscreen keyboards. The screen on that was terrible! Low rez, blocky, glitchy, cramped, couldn't type on the keyboard, couldn't press any buttons, and web browsing was literally painful.

Then I got a Nexus 4. It's big, but it's a dream. The keyboard never misses or misplaces a stroke, and I can read everything from a good distance, even with my bad eye (injury a year ago. Left eye is junk). It's really slick, and I can't say anything bad about it. I always thought big phones were for people just following the trend, but they really are nicer and more usable.

So take ur hipster, small screen phones outta here! I want pictures of ASIC/GPU rigs!

I'll post a pic of my setup when I get my next BFL ASIC (my 5th one; was shipped yesterday), and when I move them all over to a rack shelf over in the small datacenter I work at. I got a server PSU that should power them all that I gotta finish up, and they'll all be running off one PSU. Scwhing!

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September 21, 2013, 04:15:25 AM
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I bet you don't have a facebook account, either.

I had an Optimus Slider. I kept it for years cuz the physical keyboard was the only way I could use it, and I was scared of touchscreen keyboards. The screen on that was terrible! Low rez, blocky, glitchy, cramped, couldn't type on the keyboard, couldn't press any buttons, and web browsing was literally painful.

Then I got a Nexus 4. It's big, but it's a dream. The keyboard never misses or misplaces a stroke, and I can read everything from a good distance, even with my bad eye (injury a year ago. Left eye is junk). It's really slick, and I can't say anything bad about it. I always thought big phones were for people just following the trend, but they really are nicer and more usable.

So take ur hipster, small screen phones outta here! I want pictures of ASIC/GPU rigs!

I'll post a pic of my setup when I get my next BFL ASIC (my 5th one; was shipped yesterday), and when I move them all over to a rack shelf over in the small datacenter I work at. I got a server PSU that should power them all that I gotta finish up, and they'll all be running off one PSU. Scwhing!
And yet no pictures?

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September 21, 2013, 04:20:54 AM
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 I really like how people are bragging about what they have and post pictures of rigs that will never break even Cheesy

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September 21, 2013, 04:43:19 AM
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Some of us are not making a business out of this and this is only a hobby. Some of us actually have real jobs.

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September 21, 2013, 04:59:38 AM
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 I really like how people are bragging about what they have and post pictures of rigs that will never break even Cheesy

And that's why Holmes always kicks your ass.

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September 21, 2013, 06:45:48 AM
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 I do not understand this 'hobby' deal , I mean this is a business , this is not a hobby , if you are rich enough to consider this a hobby , kudos to you my friend but would rather give it to charity comparing to giving it to asic companies. Every single cent BFL makes right now is one cent less for some charity.

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September 21, 2013, 07:03:37 AM
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Does mining with 5 gpus mean I'm rich ? heh.. Where do I go to cash my hobby in ?

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September 21, 2013, 08:07:58 AM
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I do not understand this 'hobby' deal , I mean this is a business , this is not a hobby , if you are rich enough to consider this a hobby.
Compared to other hobbies this is quite cheap, Model Train hobbists spend THOUSANDS of dollars on set that "never ROI" Hell some people spend thousands of dollars for little lead figurines for a dice game of chance.

It's only around ~$25 for a single BE now including shipping, I think it's a perfectly reasonable hobby considering what others call "Hobbies"
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September 21, 2013, 08:20:38 AM
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I spent $4500 on a metal detector, and Ive not even found a single ounce of gold with it in 3 years... WTF not gonna get my ROI am I.. SHIT HOBBY!!
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September 21, 2013, 08:33:35 AM
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 That does not justify it , did you hear me say 'model train people have good hobbies , you don't' ? I believe hobby should be cheap , and if you buy 1-2-5 or whatever less than 500 bucks , thats a hobby , thousands of dollars is not a hobby , if you are selfish enough to spend thousands of dollars for a toy train , you are jerk , spend that for good of people . On the other hand if you spend thousands of dollars with the intention of break even (ROI =/= BREAK EVEN) well kudos try that , otherwise I don't respect your choice of spending that type of money for a hobby.

 Seansoutpost have a deal you could feed someone for 1 meal for 1.25 dollars , THOUSANDS mean lets say 2500 and thats what 2000 meal? Oh COME ON , you mean you rather spend 2500 on a toy train than feed people for 2000 meals?

 4500 for a metal detector would mean 3600 meals for people , you are a gentleman and a scholar for selecting the right one.

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September 21, 2013, 08:38:42 AM
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 I do not understand this 'hobby' deal , I mean this is a business , this is not a hobby , if you are rich enough to consider this a hobby ,


People spend thousands modifying their cars.  Cars which end up worth less than a standard car when they go to sell. 

People spend thousands buying bicycles to ride along the road, when a £90 Chinese bike would do exactly the same thing.

Hobbies are all, without exception, a way of 'wasting' money.  Because you go to work to earn money, so you can spend it.  That's the point.  If you didn't want to spend money, there'd be no point in going to work in the first place.

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September 21, 2013, 08:40:03 AM
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 Oh COME ON , you mean you rather spend 2500 on a toy train than feed people for 2000 meals?


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September 21, 2013, 08:40:07 AM
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I guess my 460 Jet Boat is a waist of money.. I mean it gets gallons to the mile when my foot is off into it.  Shocked
And same to my BIG 454 dually that i drive around.

I like me a Big Block.!

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September 21, 2013, 08:49:18 AM
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Not my mining rigs, but very impressive, one of the best mining rigs photo I have seen  Grin



Back to the mining rigs!

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September 21, 2013, 09:51:35 AM
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I'll add my little rig to the list.



Nothing wild or crazy, just 36 little BE's.  I'll be adding some Red Fury's and a Drillbit Thumb to the mix (hopefully) next month.


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