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January 19, 2014, 04:59:20 PM
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since GPU mining for scrypt coins isn't bitcoin, aren't posts here about it in the wrong place? shouldn't they be posted in the altcoins section? So of course GPU mining is looked down on. it is either unprofitable or being talked about in the wrong place. (Bitcoin Snob here)


I agree that GPUs should be banished from this thread since they are no longer viable for bitcoin mining to make a profit.
Glory to ASIC!

Sorry to burst your bubble but there are distinct and valid reasons to be using GPU in 2014. Or were you trolling?

Some of these rigs people are posting images of cost over $6000, do you really think that they would go to great effort to design and construct these custom systems and not do a few calculations to prove they are viable and profitable?

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He must be trolling or ignoring uses for the GPUs...
Also, this is the "Pictures of your mining rigs!" topic, not the "Pictures of your bitcoin mining rigs!".

This is a 'bitcoin' section of the forum, for bitcoin mining hardware.
GPUs are no longer viable for profiting with BTC, so you are either stupid wasting money on power for your rig, OR you are mining altcoins.

get over it. these used to mine bitcoin, and already people are having a big-enough hissy fit over it to create a 'no-scrypt mining rig' thread for people like you

IMHO: that other thread is stupid. I like seeing GPU rigs regardless of what they mine. they are creative, home-made, and often finely tuned. The pictures of ASICs are just a shiny box in the corner or a half-filled USB hub (which is almost just as big a waste of money as mining bitcoins on a GPU)

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January 19, 2014, 05:46:12 PM
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get over it. these used to mine bitcoin, and already people are having a big-enough hissy fit over it to create a 'no-scrypt mining rig' thread for people like you

IMHO: that other thread is stupid. I like seeing GPU rigs regardless of what they mine. they are creative, home-made, and often finely tuned. The pictures of ASICs are just a shiny box in the corner or a half-filled USB hub (which is almost just as big a waste of money as mining bitcoins on a GPU)

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January 19, 2014, 07:42:00 PM
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get over it. these used to mine bitcoin, and already people are having a big-enough hissy fit over it to create a 'no-scrypt mining rig' thread for people like you

IMHO: that other thread is stupid. I like seeing GPU rigs regardless of what they mine. they are creative, home-made, and often finely tuned. The pictures of ASICs are just a shiny box in the corner or a half-filled USB hub (which is almost just as big a waste of money as mining bitcoins on a GPU)

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Get over it guys, really. Or move over to that 'no-scrypt mining rig' thread.
Which I think I saw the other day. It was plain booooring. Every retard can buy an overpriced ASIC box and just plug it into the wall.
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January 19, 2014, 08:41:09 PM
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My contribution to the list of homemade and sketchy mining rigs.. Smiley

Undervolted and OC'ed 7970 (and one 280x) cards.. Stable 24/7 at 715-720khs.

http://i41.tinypic.com/sqs1mq.jpg

http://i40.tinypic.com/jq5q2c.jpg
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January 20, 2014, 12:17:23 AM
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Also, this is the "Pictures of your mining rigs!" topic, not the "Pictures of your bitcoin mining rigs!".

This is a 'bitcoin' section of the forum, for bitcoin mining hardware.
GPUs are no longer viable for profiting with BTC, so you are either stupid wasting money on power for your rig, OR you are mining altcoins.

get over it. these used to mine bitcoin, and already people are having a big-enough hissy fit over it to create a 'no-scrypt mining rig' thread for people like you

IMHO: that other thread is stupid. I like seeing GPU rigs regardless of what they mine. they are creative, home-made, and often finely tuned. The pictures of ASICs are just a shiny box in the corner or a half-filled USB hub (which is almost just as big a waste of money as mining bitcoins on a GPU)

wrong on the ASIC being just shiny boxes. have you seen some of the ASIC setups? clean wiring, creative cooling, modified ASICs etc

and the computer that currently runs my ASIC setup also mines LTC with a 5830 that used to mine BTC back in the day. so it would fall under both categories..
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January 20, 2014, 12:55:10 AM
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January 20, 2014, 02:34:20 AM
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since GPU mining for scrypt coins isn't bitcoin, aren't posts here about it in the wrong place? shouldn't they be posted in the altcoins section? So of course GPU mining is looked down on. it is either unprofitable or being talked about in the wrong place. (Bitcoin Snob here)


I agree that GPUs should be banished from this thread since they are no longer viable for bitcoin mining to make a profit.
Glory to ASIC!

Sorry to burst your bubble but there are distinct and valid reasons to be using GPU in 2014. Or were you trolling?

Some of these rigs people are posting images of cost over $6000, do you really think that they would go to great effort to design and construct these custom systems and not do a few calculations to prove they are viable and profitable?

+1

He must be trolling or ignoring uses for the GPUs...
Also, this is the "Pictures of your mining rigs!" topic, not the "Pictures of your bitcoin mining rigs!".

This is a 'bitcoin' section of the forum, for bitcoin mining hardware.
GPUs are no longer viable for profiting with BTC, so you are either stupid wasting money on power for your rig, OR you are mining altcoins.


Seriously... who the fuck cares, everyones inhere for the geek factor of the hardware.. Smiley

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This is my favorite forum thread to get my geek on. I don't discriminate on which hardware.
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January 20, 2014, 09:15:31 AM
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One of each; AntMiner, RedFury and Erupter.


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January 20, 2014, 01:56:56 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.
http://i.imgur.com/Fr6Lz0c.jpg?1

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January 20, 2014, 05:48:06 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.


What temperaturs do you have there? And what PSU???

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January 20, 2014, 07:38:01 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.
http://i.imgur.com/Fr6Lz0c.jpg?1

What temperaturs do you have there? And what PSU???
coldest one: 67 and hottest one: 75.

Setup:
Proc: Intel Celeron G1620
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3
RAM: Corsair Dominator CMP4GX3M2C1600C7
PSU: Corsair Enthusiast TX850M
        Seasonic M12II 750W 80+ Bronze
GPU: 3x Dual-x 280x 1x Vapor-X and in a few days a Gigabyte 7970

I'll be running the Dual-X's from the 850 Corsair and the Vapor and GB from the 750W, which will also power the Mobo and risers.

I'm planning on building this in a few weeks:
http://i.imgur.com/JzKfKb5.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/6x1Yk9J.jpg
It'll run 7 280x's on 3 PSU's cooled by 6 200mm fans. All arranged vertical to create a natural flow upward.

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January 20, 2014, 07:50:24 PM
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My RIG

1x HD7970 Core Edition
1x R9 280X Dual X

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January 20, 2014, 07:53:54 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.


What for are these blue buttons on sapphires cards ??
on /off  what for ??

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January 20, 2014, 07:59:55 PM
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switching to different bios version in case you bork a bios flash
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January 20, 2014, 08:00:13 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.


What for are these blue buttons on sapphires cards ??
on /off  what for ??

UEFI bios on/off. For W8, apparently according to what I read in the manual. I leave my little blue lights on for fun as well, no effect either way in Linux/W7. I have a bunch more sapphire 280x dual-x cards w/o that blue button as well, only has a little switch like we are all used to.  

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January 20, 2014, 08:02:09 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.
http://i.imgur.com/Fr6Lz0c.jpg?1

What temperaturs do you have there? And what PSU???
coldest one: 67 and hottest one: 75.

Setup:
Proc: Intel Celeron G1620
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3
RAM: Corsair Dominator CMP4GX3M2C1600C7
PSU: Corsair Enthusiast TX850M
        Seasonic M12II 750W 80+ Bronze
GPU: 3x Dual-x 280x 1x Vapor-X and in a few days a Gigabyte 7970

I'll be running the Dual-X's from the 850 Corsair and the Vapor and GB from the 750W, which will also power the Mobo and risers.

I'm planning on building this in a few weeks:


It'll run 7 280x's on 3 PSU's cooled by 6 200mm fans. All arranged vertical to create a natural flow upward.

Would love to see that setup when done...

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January 20, 2014, 08:36:26 PM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.


What for are these blue buttons on sapphires cards ??
on /off  what for ??

UEFI bios on/off. For W8, apparently according to what I read in the manual. I leave my little blue lights on for fun as well, no effect either way in Linux/W7. I have a bunch more sapphire 280x dual-x cards w/o that blue button as well, only has a little switch like we are all used to.  
I switched them off to save energy LOL

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January 20, 2014, 09:16:45 PM
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My contribution to the list of homemade and sketchy mining rigs.. Smiley

That comment made me LOL.....

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January 20, 2014, 10:53:17 PM
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Finally got around to posting my rig... still a work in progress but about time Wink

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