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October 12, 2013, 10:55:05 PM
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Nice tweaking there, Rhovac  Smiley I just downloaded that .bin and I'm also getting a few more Kh/s!



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October 13, 2013, 05:57:13 AM
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With a "tear in my eye," I have finally replaced my once BTC/LTC GPU machines with some decent ASIC technology. Need to do some cable management to remove a lot of the old wiring, but needed to get this system up and running/debugged in a hurry.

Currently running 2 TAV Redhash miners (w/ 1200W Thermaltake Gold-Series PSU's) and a gutted 4U case full of Overclocked Block Erupters. There is a dedicated fanless box-PC connected to the router/firewall to help manage the system through Teamviewer wherever I am at, even on my phone! Sorry the rear view picture isn't that great, my rack light just broke Sad

{awesome images}

What server rack is that? Awesome setup btw Cheesy


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October 13, 2013, 01:33:26 PM
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Bitcoin Setup (For Now) ≈ 12.62 GH/s
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Litecoin Setup (For Now) ≈ 7,905 KH/s
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As you can see, I have a bitcoin and litecoin rig setup, but my litecoin rig is earning more than the bitcoin rig......

I have higher hope for litecoin than bitcoin due to the fact that everyone with much higher hashrate are taking most of the bitcoin network.
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October 13, 2013, 08:23:58 PM
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Here are some photos of the rig:










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October 13, 2013, 09:30:58 PM
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Good.
CroverNo01 Bitfury?
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October 13, 2013, 09:39:54 PM
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CroverNo01 Nice Setup! Blades Cheesy
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October 13, 2013, 10:14:12 PM
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Good.
CroverNo01 Bitfury?

ASICMiner Blades, 2X Gen 1 and 10X Gen 2 130Gh/s Up for sale as well Sad
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October 13, 2013, 10:21:43 PM
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Good.
CroverNo01 Bitfury?

ASICMiner Blades, 2X Gen 1 and 10X Gen 2 130Gh/s Up for sale as well Sad

What are the energy consumption? in watt

1000W ?

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October 13, 2013, 10:22:41 PM
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CroverNo01 Nice Setup! Blades Cheesy

Thanks Smiley sadly up for sale as well Sad
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October 13, 2013, 10:31:26 PM
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CroverNo01 Nice Setup! Blades Cheesy

Thanks Smiley sadly up for sale as well Sad


Where are you located and price.
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October 14, 2013, 03:34:41 AM
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hi everyone
i have just rebuilt my mining rigs and i will post pics tomorrow
i am running the following kit
1 * 60 Ghz BFL SC
1 * old blade 13Ghz
11 * v2 blades 10Ghz
i get just over 175 - 182 Ghz

not to bad for a first timer (well theres 3 of us running the system)

what i would love to know is what everyone else is running / Hashpower

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October 14, 2013, 11:46:31 AM
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With a "tear in my eye," I have finally replaced my once BTC/LTC GPU machines with some decent ASIC technology. Need to do some cable management to remove a lot of the old wiring, but needed to get this system up and running/debugged in a hurry.

Currently running 2 TAV Redhash miners (w/ 1200W Thermaltake Gold-Series PSU's) and a gutted 4U case full of Overclocked Block Erupters. There is a dedicated fanless box-PC connected to the router/firewall to help manage the system through Teamviewer wherever I am at, even on my phone! Sorry the rear view picture isn't that great, my rack light just broke Sad

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What server rack is that? Awesome setup btw Cheesy



Thanks  Smiley It's just a standard Emcor rack with a rear vented door. Was from a leftover project at work they didn't need anymore. Has a monitor, KVM switch, keyboard tray and a customer Power switch panel. There is still a lot of rework to do as I want to add another 200GHash or so. I have 40A of power tapped off of a 3-Phase power junction. Running everything on 220VAC.

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October 14, 2013, 01:33:13 PM
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hi everyone
i have just rebuilt my mining rigs and i will post pics tomorrow
i am running the following kit
1 * 60 Ghz BFL SC
1 * old blade 13Ghz
11 * v2 blades 10Ghz
i get just over 175 - 182 Ghz

not to bad for a first timer (well theres 3 of us running the system)

what i would love to know is what everyone else is running / Hashpower


Pics or it didn't happen Smiley
I wish I had such hash rates, but the only thing I can do is dream.
Does any of that fancy shit even ROI? I hope so...
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October 14, 2013, 01:50:26 PM
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Some very impressive setups here.  I started with a few sticks, a single 7 port hub and a RPi.  It grew and the mess on my desk was my cats favorite place.  I wanted something very portable.  This is a 12"X18" pegboard.  I need to do some clean up on the back side, too many cords!  All this runs on 164 watts.







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October 14, 2013, 02:03:02 PM
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good organization!
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October 14, 2013, 04:21:32 PM
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I like the picture of the Camaro. Cool
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October 14, 2013, 04:23:23 PM
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I finally brought the Jalapeños home (had them at work for the first few months) and set them up with my GPUs on a headless, diskless (only storage is a 16GB USB flashstick) mining rig.



The motherboard, processor, and memory are castoffs I had on hand: a 3-GHz Pentium 4 on an Intel D945GNT with 3 GB of DDR2 (IIRC).  In addition to the Jalapeños for SHA-256 mining, it has a 6870 and a 7750 for scrypt mining.  A Seasonic SSR-550RM sits behind the Jalapeños.

The next photo is from an intermediate step in setting up the rig, without all the mining hardware plugged in (just the 6870 and one Jalapeño, off-frame):



Since I don't have a network jack close by, it's using a USB WiFi dongle. I might replace that with a PCI WiFi card. The flashstick doesn't show up, but it's plugged in underneath the WiFi dongle.  Patriot Autobahn flashsticks barely stick out of the port when they're plugged in.

For software, it's running Gentoo Linux.  Two instances each of cgminer and CryptoSwitcher mine the most profitable SHA-256 coin and scrypt coin.

I intend to make up a frame with some aluminum extrusions to hold the motherboard, GPUs, and power supply.  The Jalapeños (and the Bitfury miner that should arrive later this month) I'm thinking can just sit on one or two shelves.  I'm thinking that when this happens, the rig will get moved out from under the bar and onto its own little rack of some sort.

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October 14, 2013, 05:44:21 PM
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Note sure if the heat is good for the wine ...
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October 15, 2013, 03:24:19 AM
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I'd be more concerned about the potential fire hazard. An old mobo running on a painted box could go anytime.

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October 15, 2013, 03:47:04 AM
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Note sure if the heat is good for the wine ...

Heat rises...besides, I'm a beer drinker.  Grin In any case, it's not a permanent setup.  I just wanted to get the GPUs out of the room they were in previously; that room was getting unbearably warm.

Might just yank the GPUs altogether once the Bitfury hardware arrives; it'd lower my electric bill a fair bit.  (A Raspberry Pi is bundled with it...wonder if I could have it handle the BFL hardware too, since the Bitfury is connected to it through the GPIO port.)

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