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November 05, 2013, 01:53:44 AM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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What is the wall of green things behind the miners?

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November 05, 2013, 02:20:31 AM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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What is the wall of green things behind the miners?

I believe it's something called "the Outside".  I always thought it was just a legend but a few miners have rumored to have returned from it unscathed.

(Seriously, it looks like that's an outside window with pull down metal security curtain in the closed position... The green stuff is actually sunlight flowing through).

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November 05, 2013, 02:53:07 AM
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Passive cooling on cards?!

Huh?

Mine are not passive cooled, simply sapphire r9 280x "dual-x" cards. I have to run the fans at 100% to keep them at ~75c at 1080/1500 I13. I plan on burning the fans out, because they will at 100%, and replacing with watercooling. Lots of the non-ref 280x cards are the same non-ref design, kinda hoping someone comes out with a new block, against all odds. 


Those Dual-X coolers are terrible for mining and barely cut it when gaming.

To make matters worse, the memory thermal pad(s) on my 7870xt's was keeping the hsf from sitting flush with the chip.

Yeah, not at all impressed. I wasn't expecting much though, these things run stupid hot. I bought the cheapest expecting to watercool  Grin

I plan on taking these apart to measure some stuff soon, Kinda curious if redoing them might make them a few degrees cooler. I think I can make a heatkiller block fit with some slight modification though, if that doesn't work.

Passive cooling on cards?!

Huh?

Mine are not passive cooled, simply sapphire r9 280x "dual-x" cards. I have to run the fans at 100% to keep them at ~75c at 1080/1500 I13. I plan on burning the fans out, because they will at 100%, and replacing with watercooling. Lots of the non-ref 280x cards are the same non-ref design, kinda hoping someone comes out with a new block, against all odds. 

Nice one, how much watt those cards consume?

Ah, around 250W or so. My power supply has a load meter built in, says it runs around 700W. I'm guessing these cards are using around 250-275 of that.

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November 05, 2013, 04:29:59 AM
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Woah... very nice.
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November 05, 2013, 05:04:16 AM
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Passive cooling on cards?!

Huh?

Mine are not passive cooled, simply sapphire r9 280x "dual-x" cards. I have to run the fans at 100% to keep them at ~75c at 1080/1500 I13. I plan on burning the fans out, because they will at 100%, and replacing with watercooling. Lots of the non-ref 280x cards are the same non-ref design, kinda hoping someone comes out with a new block, against all odds.  


Those Dual-X coolers are terrible for mining and barely cut it when gaming.

To make matters worse, the memory thermal pad(s) on my 7870xt's was keeping the hsf from sitting flush with the chip.

Yeah, not at all impressed. I wasn't expecting much though, these things run stupid hot. I bought the cheapest expecting to watercool  Grin

I plan on taking these apart to measure some stuff soon, Kinda curious if redoing them might make them a few degrees cooler. I think I can make a heatkiller block fit with some slight modification though, if that doesn't work.


Repasting knocked off a few degrees with mine. The Gelid coolers took it down another 15-20C. Wink


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November 05, 2013, 07:25:59 AM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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What is the wall of green things behind the miners?

I believe it's something called "the Outside".  I always thought it was just a legend but a few miners have rumored to have returned from it unscathed.

(Seriously, it looks like that's an outside window with pull down metal security curtain in the closed position... The green stuff is actually sunlight flowing through).

Nice, and do you on the air conditioner 24/7?
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November 05, 2013, 11:10:04 AM
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It doesn't need to be pretty...fairly efficient with cold room temps. Anyone know how much power the stock AMD fans draw when you wind them up to 5K rpm?





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November 05, 2013, 12:40:44 PM
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It doesn't need to be pretty...fairly efficient with cold room temps. Anyone know how much power the stock AMD fans draw when you wind them up to 5K rpm?




If you don't look too closely at the hardware, you'd think it was early 2011 all over again.
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November 05, 2013, 07:08:36 PM
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Passive cooling on cards?!

Huh?

Mine are not passive cooled, simply sapphire r9 280x "dual-x" cards. I have to run the fans at 100% to keep them at ~75c at 1080/1500 I13. I plan on burning the fans out, because they will at 100%, and replacing with watercooling. Lots of the non-ref 280x cards are the same non-ref design, kinda hoping someone comes out with a new block, against all odds. 



Nice one, how much watt those cards consume?
Lal, sold my last Asus 7850 DCII and fan of those keep spinning at idle with those coolers, you people did realy not do any research...

Bought a Asus R9 280X DCII, it is huge and the coolest card available..
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November 05, 2013, 07:16:26 PM
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Passive cooling on cards?!

Huh?

Mine are not passive cooled, simply sapphire r9 280x "dual-x" cards. I have to run the fans at 100% to keep them at ~75c at 1080/1500 I13. I plan on burning the fans out, because they will at 100%, and replacing with watercooling. Lots of the non-ref 280x cards are the same non-ref design, kinda hoping someone comes out with a new block, against all odds. 



Nice one, how much watt those cards consume?
Lal, sold my last Asus 7850 DCII and fan of those keep spinning at idle with those coolers, you people did realy not do any research...

Bought a Asus R9 280X DCII, it is huge and the coolest card available..

I'm confused by what you are saying here. You were able to mine on a DCII with fan speed at idle? I find that exceptionally hard to believe. Regardless, I bought this card to watercool. It makes absolutely no sense to buy a custom non-refrence cooler just to take it off and throw it away.

Two of those ridiculously huge cards wouldn't even fit in my case anyway, and they'd never fit in a quadfire setup like my 4x7970 rig. I'd avoid buying those for mining on that reason alone.


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November 05, 2013, 08:00:44 PM
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Took the arctic freezer pro off of my BE in order to make it look like a mini blade!


It sits on top of this, (old pic, more fans and closed case now)


The back of one of my GPUs looked like this after a capacitor randomly fired a stream of sparks at me and burst into flames.
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November 05, 2013, 08:31:39 PM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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dammm! Nice setup!! Azrael_PT Portuguese?
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November 05, 2013, 10:00:00 PM
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A somewhat smaller rig  Wink

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November 05, 2013, 11:05:35 PM
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The back of one of my GPUs looked like this after a capacitor randomly fired a stream of sparks at me and burst into flames.


Did you try just replacing the cap?
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November 06, 2013, 01:54:58 AM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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dammm! Nice setup!! Azrael_PT Portuguese?

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November 06, 2013, 01:57:29 AM
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715Gh/s Butterflylabs Singles and Jalapeño

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What is the wall of green things behind the miners?

I believe it's something called "the Outside".  I always thought it was just a legend but a few miners have rumored to have returned from it unscathed.

(Seriously, it looks like that's an outside window with pull down metal security curtain in the closed position... The green stuff is actually sunlight flowing through).

Nice, and do you on the air conditioner 24/7?

Only air flow from a fan.

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November 06, 2013, 02:00:42 AM
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What kind of GH are you getting from the Canon inkjet?

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November 06, 2013, 02:01:54 AM
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What kind of GH are you getting from the Canon inkjet?

That's a secret.  Grin

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November 06, 2013, 04:12:38 AM
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What kind of GH are you getting from the Canon inkjet?

That's a secret.  Grin


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November 06, 2013, 05:20:25 AM
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Just wanted to share an image with a variety of ASIC hardware

"Test Site 5"


Nice setup. Do you have free power?  Wink

Sorry for the delayed response.

No free power here. Total power draw is 63amp at 120v
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