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October 11, 2013, 09:57:10 PM
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The lego one is by far the best. No point in competing.
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October 11, 2013, 10:24:39 PM
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I agree. Lego hands down.
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October 11, 2013, 10:27:05 PM
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Finally got it all set up nice and pretty. Currently pulling 16A @ 240V



showoff..  Shocked

Looks nice. Grin

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October 12, 2013, 12:00:14 AM
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Finally got it all set up nice and pretty. Currently pulling 16A @ 240V



showoff..  Shocked

Looks nice. Grin


20K cost if you bought in at old prices???  When did you have your units delivered (I'm envy to see if you made ROI unlike me  Grin)

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October 12, 2013, 12:33:35 AM
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Lego is the future!

who needs fancy server cabinets  Grin
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October 12, 2013, 06:12:13 AM
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Always finding new ways to save electricity.

Those UV EPROM's and DIP packages brings back memories. Been a while since I've seen those.
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October 12, 2013, 11:09:19 AM
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Always finding new ways to save electricity.

Those UV EPROM's and DIP packages brings back memories. Been a while since I've seen those.

From times to times, when searching for some thing, I open a drawer where I keep one of those UV Eproms along side with some Motorola, Intel and Zilog processors and assorted chips!!! Smiley

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October 12, 2013, 01:34:42 PM
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Finally got it all set up nice and pretty. Currently pulling 16A @ 240V



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Looks nice. Grin


20K cost if you bought in at old prices???  When did you have your units delivered (I'm envy to see if you made ROI unlike me  Grin)

If they were FPGA trade-ins break-even ROI in USD might have been reached long before they were delivered.
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October 12, 2013, 06:58:13 PM
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Finally got it all set up nice and pretty. Currently pulling 16A @ 240V



showoff..  Shocked

Looks nice. Grin


20K cost if you bought in at old prices???  When did you have your units delivered (I'm envy to see if you made ROI unlike me  Grin)

If they were FPGA trade-ins break-even ROI in USD might have been reached long before they were delivered.

They have just barely brought in double what they cost.

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October 12, 2013, 08:11:38 PM
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October 12, 2013, 08:38:55 PM
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Rupy nice gizmos.

Rupy where you purchase this heatsink for BE?
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October 12, 2013, 09:42:19 PM
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Here is my 4GH  [scrypt] Rig, with 6x HIS 7950 IcqQ x2 @666 khash/s - update: 673 Wink

This was fun to build while waiting way too long for my grakas Smiley
http://i42.tinypic.com/ojhu1u.jpg
old:
http://i41.tinypic.com/ixs8lx.jpg
new:
http://i41.tinypic.com/5vd5w.png
(actual hashrate value in cgwather and shares accepted count in cgminer are buggy)

The current setup is:

MSI Z77A-G45
6x HIS 7950 IceQ X2
LEPA 1600W NT
4GB G-Skill Ripjaws
40 GB Seagate HDD
current Riser: 3*powered x1, 1*non powered x1, 1*x16 riser@2nd Slot(always counted from Top)
Rig consumes 1490W now.

-skipped using 4th Slot.
-used shortening mod on 5th Slot.

-flashed Bios with 1003,1490@1.087 VDDC
-used optimized kernel binary from https://forum.litecoin.net/index.php/topic,6058.75.html

-used 13.1 Driver from techpowerup, installed it without sdk and manually installed amd app sdk(dont know which version is installed right now)-
-currently running under Windows8 64 bit with cgwatcher and cgminer3.5 with param:

CoreClock: 1092 Mhz
MemClock: 1490 Mhz
Powertune: 14
VDDC: 1.087V
ThreadConcurrency=22400 Intensity=19 GpuThreads=1 Vectors=1 Worksize=256

My old config was 21712TC with 1003(Core)x1490(Mem)@1.087V - By increasing core hashrate fall down - I stucked at 599kh/s.
Each card consumed 208W

With the new kernel binary and TC switch to 22.4k, it increased to 616Kh/s (2.75%)
..and it had also brilliant secondary effect:
Now i`m able to increase core frequency almost linear to my hashrate. I stopped with 1092Mhz with 666Mhz and...

FINALLY GOT MY 4 GH/s !!!!

Each card now consumes 224W so I think i have to do some more undervolting again Smiley

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Edit:
Did a lot fine tuning and ended with:
+ pushed core to 1104 on 5 cards => + 7 Kh/s each resulted in different clock values between 1084 and 1104
+ decreased vddc to 1.081V          => - 2.5 W each not stable on 3 cards
+ switched TC to 24k                    => + 2 KH/s each

just love(d) the result   Grin plus ~47 Kh/s, for 12.5W less power not as much anymore Wink !
pictures get updated, when it pass the long term stability test
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With my second rig I had some stability issues. The reason for that had been those fucking default energy-saving options of windows.
- Switch to your energy profile menu and select advanced settings. Disable energy saving for PCI Express
Scrypt mining just sends a few instructions & results over PCI Express, so this could be missinterpreted as a low bus usage.

when you want to rebuild this, you first have toundervolt the graphicards bios before mining, cause you would exceed the PSU limits!
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gpu mining is just a wonderful hobby Smiley
hope u enjoy it and could probably find anything to incease your hashrate too
push, cause of a lot of updates
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October 12, 2013, 10:25:40 PM
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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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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

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