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September 21, 2013, 09:59:14 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.


That Setup sure would look good with some different colours  Wink

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September 21, 2013, 11:36:24 AM
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That Setup sure would look good with some different colours  Wink

Yea, I'm interested in seeing how well these Bitfury thumbs perform compared to the BE's. My only complaint so far with the BE's is I have one in that rig that puts out an extremely high number of hardware errors compared to the rest.

Now, if I get one of those little "bitcoin man" figures with the Fury's I ordered I'll post a pic of him holding one while standing over the little BE's.

Just passing time.
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September 21, 2013, 12:43:03 PM
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Here are my 56 USB miners that I am running.
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September 21, 2013, 01:58:09 PM
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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.

You're right, this is OT: just one thing: I have a nexus 4, too and it does have a couple of drawbacks compared to other top-notch phones.

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September 21, 2013, 02:00:25 PM
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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!

And there I was... thinking 127 devices per usb host should be enough for everyone Wink

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September 21, 2013, 04:02:47 PM
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I posted pictures in this very thread. And as I said, I will post more pictures as more and more hardware comes in.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7216.msg3054068#msg3054068

Your point?

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September 21, 2013, 06:51:39 PM
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I posted pictures in this very thread. And as I said, I will post more pictures as more and more hardware comes in.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7216.msg3054068#msg3054068

Your point?

Best part of your link is I got to see the oil cooled rig again!

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September 22, 2013, 12:29:08 AM
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Best part of your link is I got to see the oil cooled rig again!

My oily erupters have gone 20 days since their last breath of air. They are still doing well in their new environment, which looks a bit different to the first iteration.

http://i.imgur.com/yFitRRr.jpg

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September 22, 2013, 12:34:34 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.

Just because YOU believe hobbies should be cheap doesn't mean that the rest of the world does. Keep your beliefs.

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September 22, 2013, 12:44:20 AM
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An updated view of my little ASICMiner farm.  Note: I have Black, Red, Gold, & Blue BE's.  Still missing Silver.



Also here's a video of the farm in "action": http://youtu.be/v42QBx2UP54

I've left two spaces for the forthcoming Drillbit USB miners (more info on these here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266235.msg2847413#msg2847413)

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September 22, 2013, 02:12:31 AM
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Best part of your link is I got to see the oil cooled rig again!

My oily erupters have gone 20 days since their last breath of air. They are still doing well in their new environment, which looks a bit different to the first iteration.

http://i.imgur.com/yFitRRr.jpg


What's the tower of heat sinks behind them?
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September 22, 2013, 02:44:27 AM
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What's the tower of heat sinks behind them?

Unrelated old server CPU heatsinks for any electronics / gadget projects that need them. They are really good for cooling high power MOSFETs etc.

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September 22, 2013, 05:59:03 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.

Just because YOU believe hobbies should be cheap doesn't mean that the rest of the world does. Keep your beliefs.

I'd like to add to your response to Professor (HA!) James, if you don't mind?

Just because a person has expensive hobbies doesn't also mean that they don't give to charity too.  Face it, some people have money they can frivolously spend.  But I bet most of us also give to worthy causes.

And why on earth would you visit a forum for BTC (and a thread specifically about people's rigs) just to give them a lecture about wasting money?  What did you fucking expect to see here?!  Photos of us serving meals in a soup kitchen?

Btw, you must be the first 15 year old professor in the world.  Congratulations on that great accomplishment!  Now leave this thread and never return.
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September 22, 2013, 06:28:28 AM
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So i guess a boat is out of the picture as a hobby.  Undecided  Huh Even though they cost Thousands of dollars.

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September 22, 2013, 06:29:40 AM
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And now for some internet porn, BTC style!

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40 more Erupters in Anker Hubs






6x Blades (side view)






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I also have 2 Bitfury boards but the setup isn't photogenic yet.  Spotswood is building a case for the rig and I have 5 more boards coming in October.  I think I'll do red fans for that setup.  I also won 4 Red Fury USB miners on eBay today.  I should have those in hand early next week.  Smiley
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September 22, 2013, 06:31:48 AM
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So i guess a boat is out of the picture as a hobby.  Undecided  Huh Even though they cost Thousands of dollars.

Of course it is!  No one should have any fun.  EVER!   Grin
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September 22, 2013, 07:07:49 AM
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Personally I think non-hobbyists are just as irrelevant to change as wall street traders. Supporting the idea of bitcoin at a loss is where the glory is, bitcoin is not an investment, it's an idea. Buying bitcoin for FIAT is smart, but not interesting. Buying hardware is what makes bitcoin successful, at a loss or not.

I bought a BE for 2.6 BTC, chew on that non-ROI you the man with a tie and corporate approach to mining, just because I wanted one.
Now I'm trying to buy a BF1 for 1.4 BTC = not so smart either.

I don't see my early adopter advantage as something that makes me rich, I see those BTC as play around money. Every time someone makes an effort to change something (BFL, BE, BF1 or in non-bitcoin world: Intel with Atom, Sigma with DP1, hell I even bought the N-Gage!!!) I sponsor it with a loss.

And every time it brings me lots of rewards, the atom gave me a completely silent computer, the N-Gage got me into the games industry... we'll see what bitcoin brings.

BTW, the N-Gage was the first phone that had a stereo plug, talking on the phone in stereo since then, best invention since the mobile phone. The N-Gage also used Symbian, a stepping stone for all "smart" phones. The N-Gage was so full of inventions, and all people talked about was how retarded you looked when you put it too your head. Just like all you talk about now is ROI, who cares about ROI?!

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September 22, 2013, 07:33:44 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.

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September 22, 2013, 07:52:47 AM
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Best part of your link is I got to see the oil cooled rig again!

My oily erupters have gone 20 days since their last breath of air. They are still doing well in their new environment, which looks a bit different to the first iteration.

http://i.imgur.com/yFitRRr.jpg


this reminds me of futurama for some reason

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September 22, 2013, 07:54:09 AM
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Personally I think non-hobbyists are just as irrelevant to change as wall street traders. Supporting the idea of bitcoin at a loss is where the glory is, bitcoin is not an investment, it's an idea. Buying bitcoin for FIAT is smart, but not interesting. Buying hardware is what makes bitcoin successful, at a loss or not.

I bought a BE for 2.6 BTC, chew on that non-ROI you the man with a tie and corporate approach to mining, just because I wanted one.
Now I'm trying to buy a BF1 for 1.4 BTC = not so smart either.

I don't see my early adopter advantage as something that makes me rich, I see those BTC as play around money. Every time someone makes an effort to change something (BFL, BE, BF1 or in non-bitcoin world: Intel with Atom, Sigma with DP1, hell I even bought the N-Gage!!!) I sponsor it with a loss.

And every time it brings me lots of rewards, the atom gave me a completely silent computer, the N-Gage got me into the games industry... we'll see what bitcoin brings.

BTW, the N-Gage was the first phone that had a stereo plug, talking on the phone in stereo since then, best invention since the mobile phone. The N-Gage also used Symbian, a stepping stone for all "smart" phones. The N-Gage was so full of inventions, and all people talked about was how retarded you looked when you put it too your head. Just like all you talk about now is ROI, who cares about ROI?!

Very well stated!  And yet 50% who read this will think your sniffing glue, lol.  I like to think people like that wear socks with sandals and use a condom even when their partner is on the pill.

And how many hobbies return ANYTHING on your investment?  Bitcoin mining just isn't for the risk-averse investor or the "socks w/sandals" crowd.  Period.
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