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November 07, 2013, 12:04:24 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops).  

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



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I think that standing air conditioner helps... Just a smidge. Wink

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November 07, 2013, 12:19:06 AM
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Damn,.  Shocked i dont want to think about how loud it is in there. I want one of thoes trays though

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November 07, 2013, 12:32:26 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops).  

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin

I think that standing air condition helps... Just a smidge. Wink


are those 4 7950s each to make 80 cards in total? IF so you're avg 912 ish MH per card:

A) how did you do that?
B) how much was the cost of the entire Setup including COOLING
C) how long ago was this built?  I put the general presumption of 1200 W psu and 24000 Watts constantly from those 20 satellite machines.  That is a 57 dollar a day power bill WOW.

[My calculations put it at just under 26K such that:
(HD,Mem,Processor@ $90 1200W PSU @ $179 4 7950s@$900 Mobo@$90 Misc Cost@$5+ Structure,AC,Monitors, Network Components @$20 per machine approximately)*20 units]

Using coinwarz the median number seems to be around 340 dollars per day if you were to cancel out the crazy outlier days, I see ROI in Approximately 77 Days so...WOW!

EDIT:  I'm seeing two more rigs on the end so I need to change the multiplier to 22 which changes it to: $28500 nearly - Still though 84 days till PURE profit is not bad at all.  HOt DAmn

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November 07, 2013, 12:33:57 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops). 

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin

I think that standing air condition helps... Just a smidge. Wink


are those 4 7950s each to make 80 cards in total? IF so you're avg 912 ish MH per card:

A) how did you do that?
B) how much was the cost of the entire Setup including COOLING
C) how long ago was this built?  I put the general presumption of 1200 W psu and 24000 Watts constantly from those 20 satellite machines.  That is a 57 dollar a day power bill WOW.

[My calculations put it at just under 26K such that:
(HD,Mem,Processor@ $90 1200W PSU @ $179 4 7950s@$900 Mobo@$90 Misc Cost@$5+ Structure,AC,Monitors, Network Components @$20 per machine approximately)*20 units]

Using coinwarz the median number seems to be around 340 dollars per day if you were to cancel out the crazy outlier days, I see ROI in Approximately 77 Days so...WOW!



I see 5 cards per machine, so around 100 in total + maybe a little bit more at the end there.

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November 07, 2013, 12:42:03 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops).  

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin

I think that standing air condition helps... Just a smidge. Wink


are those 4 7950s each to make 80 cards in total? IF so you're avg 912 ish MH per card:

A) how did you do that?
B) how much was the cost of the entire Setup including COOLING
C) how long ago was this built?  I put the general presumption of 1200 W psu and 24000 Watts constantly from those 20 satellite machines.  That is a 57 dollar a day power bill WOW.

[My calculations put it at just under 26K such that:
(HD,Mem,Processor@ $90 1200W PSU @ $179 4 7950s@$900 Mobo@$90 Misc Cost@$5+ Structure,AC,Monitors, Network Components @$20 per machine approximately)*20 units]

Using coinwarz the median number seems to be around 340 dollars per day if you were to cancel out the crazy outlier days, I see ROI in Approximately 77 Days so...WOW!



I see 5 cards per machine, so around 100 in total + maybe a little bit more at the end there.

You're right its hidden due to the edge of the border.  I like spotswood cases by the way have one myself.  

Ok so the new numbers changed a bit - I replaced 900 with 1250 to approximate 250 per card with 5 per rig at 22 rigs = $35948 / ~$340 now equates to 106 days till PURE profit

It is sooo much fun dreaming about this - so I looked at the square footage of our work facility - we hypothesize that 90 of these racks could be fitted on our premesis - that brings in about 30K a day, and costs approximately 3.1 Million (didn't calculate power costs to see if they scale as I don't know how much extra his cooling costs add onto so I would venture a safe guess of 5000 base cost plus 4000 additional for cooling cost DAILY!  Still though 3.1 Million/ 21K  = 108 Days until PURE profit!  Ridiculously PURE profit!  You too can have a million dollar month each month Cheesy

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November 07, 2013, 01:23:10 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops).  

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin

I think that standing air condition helps... Just a smidge. Wink


are those 4 7950s each to make 80 cards in total? IF so you're avg 912 ish MH per card:

A) how did you do that?
B) how much was the cost of the entire Setup including COOLING
C) how long ago was this built?  I put the general presumption of 1200 W psu and 24000 Watts constantly from those 20 satellite machines.  That is a 57 dollar a day power bill WOW.

[My calculations put it at just under 26K such that:
(HD,Mem,Processor@ $90 1200W PSU @ $179 4 7950s@$900 Mobo@$90 Misc Cost@$5+ Structure,AC,Monitors, Network Components @$20 per machine approximately)*20 units]

Using coinwarz the median number seems to be around 340 dollars per day if you were to cancel out the crazy outlier days, I see ROI in Approximately 77 Days so...WOW!



I see 5 cards per machine, so around 100 in total + maybe a little bit more at the end there.

You're right its hidden due to the edge of the border.  I like spotswood cases by the way have one myself.  

Ok so the new numbers changed a bit - I replaced 900 with 1250 to approximate 250 per card with 5 per rig at 22 rigs = $35948 / ~$340 now equates to 106 days till PURE profit

It is sooo much fun dreaming about this - so I looked at the square footage of our work facility - we hypothesize that 90 of these racks could be fitted on our premesis - that brings in about 30K a day, and costs approximately 3.1 Million (didn't calculate power costs to see if they scale as I don't know how much extra his cooling costs add onto so I would venture a safe guess of 5000 base cost plus 4000 additional for cooling cost DAILY!  Still though 3.1 Million/ 21K  = 108 Days until PURE profit!  Ridiculously PURE profit!  You too can have a million dollar month each month Cheesy

That is really neat for that much of rig....
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November 07, 2013, 01:40:31 AM
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And people say Litecoin isn't going to go anywhere. Pshaw.

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November 07, 2013, 01:45:28 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops). 

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin
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November 07, 2013, 01:49:03 AM
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Could be used for any scrypt coin really.

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November 07, 2013, 02:05:48 AM
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I'd like to drop that much MH on Hashcows and see how much it could earn.  Jeez jealous.

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November 07, 2013, 02:07:16 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops). 

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin
Is that for Litecoin Mining only?

Actually anything since its GPU....
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November 07, 2013, 03:19:20 AM
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Keep in mind scrypt is just one of many dozens of scrypt based coins, and litecoin certainly isn't the most profitable to mine most of the time. Very nice setup by the way I'm sure it brings in some good coin.

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November 07, 2013, 04:13:10 AM
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One of my clients sent me a pic of his mine.  All of the rigs are mounted in my mining trays (with tops). 

The GPUs are all 7950 Radeons (mostly MSI Twin Frozrs).   Max hash is currently at around 73MH.



Box fan cooling FTW!   Grin

That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

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November 07, 2013, 08:45:20 AM
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That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

ATI has enough trouble getting two GPUs to Crossfire properly.  It'd actually be a pretty shitty gaming rig.  Tongue
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November 07, 2013, 04:44:13 PM
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That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

ATI has enough trouble getting two GPUs to Crossfire properly.  It'd actually be a pretty shitty gaming rig.  Tongue

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Same goes for SLI. Roll Eyes


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November 07, 2013, 04:48:16 PM
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That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

ATI has enough trouble getting two GPUs to Crossfire properly.  It'd actually be a pretty shitty gaming rig.  Tongue

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Same goes for SLI. Roll Eyes



Must be doing it wrong? I had two 560 448 ti's in sli for the longest time. They still ran some games better than the new 280x cards I have in crossfire. Hell of a lot quieter, too  Cheesy




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November 07, 2013, 08:52:36 PM
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My Final Bitcoin setup. About 240 GH/s (Also litecoin side by side with Bitcoin setup)











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November 07, 2013, 11:24:24 PM
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everything is necked.  Shocked

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November 07, 2013, 11:32:34 PM
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That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

ATI has enough trouble getting two GPUs to Crossfire properly.  It'd actually be a pretty shitty gaming rig.  Tongue

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Same goes for SLI. Roll Eyes



Must be doing it wrong? I had two 560 448 ti's in sli for the longest time. They still ran some games better than the new 280x cards I have in crossfire. Hell of a lot quieter, too  Cheesy


I did not say everything SLI was a fail. lol

Why are the new gpus louder ? Sapphire heat bags ?

No complaints about EVGA's coolers, btw. Very cool.. very quiet. Too bad they don't do AMD. heh..

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That would make one bad ass gaming rig. lol

ATI has enough trouble getting two GPUs to Crossfire properly.  It'd actually be a pretty shitty gaming rig.  Tongue

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Same goes for SLI. Roll Eyes



Must be doing it wrong? I had two 560 448 ti's in sli for the longest time. They still ran some games better than the new 280x cards I have in crossfire. Hell of a lot quieter, too  Cheesy


I did not say everything SLI was a fail. lol

Why are the new gpus louder ? Sapphire heat bags ?

No complaints about EVGA's coolers, btw. Very cool.. very quiet. Too bad they don't do AMD. heh..

Yeah, sapphire dual-x. I have a set of WF 7970's though, they still run into 80-90 easy when overclocking. Impossible to run them quad fire without serious airflow, like high velocity really really loud fans.

I wouldn't hardly buy anything but EVGA with nvidia  Grin


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