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January 22, 2014, 04:17:46 PM
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20x Sapphire R9 290
4x Asus M5A99FX PRO
4x Corsair 750w
4x Corsair 1000w
4x HDD 32Go SSD
4x 4Go
4x CPU Sempron
Misc risers
Custom wooden rig, match anyone ? Cheesy

Delivering ~16.6 Mh/s
Burning ~6500W (distributed on 4 circuits of 10 amps each)

Working on a much better 19" rackable rig, cause this beast can't scale no more.
No way I'm going to put a third level on this thing Smiley

Nice, but don't you think wood is dangerous in term of fire?

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January 22, 2014, 05:04:50 PM
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It's a good concern, but many people on here have built with wood. As far as I know, nobody has had a problem. The GPUs will stop functioning around 100c, well below the combustion point of wood:

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/fuels-ignition-temperatures-d_171.html


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January 22, 2014, 05:10:38 PM
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Here is an updated picture of my setup.

Ps: everything in that picture is possibility for sale for the right price(except for the movies & scales). PM me your price.

I like the smoke-detector in the mix. Actually a pretty good idea. Smiley

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January 22, 2014, 05:12:40 PM
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It's a good concern, but many people on here have built with wood. As far as I know, nobody has had a problem. The GPUs will stop functioning around 100c, well below the combustion point of wood:

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/fuels-ignition-temperatures-d_171.html



The GPU stops working at 100c, but the voltage running all through that wood frame don't give a damn.

I'd be more worried about that setup breaking and dropping 5 grand on top of another 5 grand of hardware before I was worried about fire, though.

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January 22, 2014, 05:53:02 PM
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It's a good concern, but many people on here have built with wood. As far as I know, nobody has had a problem. The GPUs will stop functioning around 100c, well below the combustion point of wood:

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/fuels-ignition-temperatures-d_171.html



The GPU stops working at 100c, but the voltage running all through that wood frame don't give a damn.

I'd be more worried about that setup breaking and dropping 5 grand on top of another 5 grand of hardware before I was worried about fire, though.
yeah the crossbeams holding up $5000 in video cards is being supported by a small twig!

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January 22, 2014, 08:34:41 PM
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Hey y'all! Here is a crappy pic of my first two rigs I ever built. Both running 6x7950 cards Smiley

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January 23, 2014, 05:20:33 AM
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4x Drillbit 8-boards (bitfury chips) @ 81GH/s. They can overclock to 88GH/s with some fiddling around.

CPU: Intel Celeron G530 @ 1.6GHz
Mobo: Gigabyte H77M-D3H
RAM: 1x4GB Kingston DDR3 @ 1066MHz @ 1.2v
HDD: Intel X25-M G2 80GB
Case: Antec P182
PSU: Antec CP-850
Fans: 4x Scythe GT 1850RPM (two on each pair of 8-boards for extra airflow), 1x 140mm 1200RPM for support, and 1x 120mm 1300RPM for exhaust
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit



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January 23, 2014, 05:46:50 AM
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Fans: 4x Scythe GT 1850RPM (two on each pair of 8-boards for extra airflow), 1x 140mm 1200RPM for support, and 1x 120mm 1300RPM for exhaust
I will never buy Scythe fans again. They still make their money off selling cheap fans with terrible sleeve bearings. There's no reason they should be selling sleeve bearings. I bought 5 a while back, and 3 of them were dead in 3 months. The other 2 were on their way out. Bought some Cougar Hydro Dynamic bearing fans, they've been rock solid for 18 months now, and they're quieter!

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January 23, 2014, 06:25:49 AM
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I will never buy Scythe fans again. They still make their money off selling cheap fans with terrible sleeve bearings. There's no reason they should be selling sleeve bearings. I bought 5 a while back, and 3 of them were dead in 3 months. The other 2 were on their way out. Bought some Cougar Hydro Dynamic bearing fans, they've been rock solid for 18 months now, and they're quieter!
Depends on the fan. The GT 1850RPM's are excellent, with ball bearings and below average noise levels considering the air they put out.

Those other fans are my leftovers from years ago. I tend to like sleeve bearing fans in my main PC because I'm a silence freak, and sleeve bearings have virtually no motor noise at low RPM's, whereas other motor types tend to have a tiny bit, enough for me to avoid them. But for a 24/7 mining rig and the higher temps that come with it, I understand the value of using good quality fans, hence the Scythe GT's. Smiley
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January 23, 2014, 08:32:54 AM
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am sure she'll stay cool

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January 23, 2014, 08:36:45 AM
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my mining rig. 1x6990, but my plan is to run 3x6990.
just finished today, i will buy wireless usb wifi tomorrow and get the rig to work.

GPU: 6990
CPU: AMD athlon II
RAM: 2gb ddr3
MB: msi 890fxa-gd70
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overkill cooling

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January 23, 2014, 08:38:23 AM
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I'm Still waiting for my motherboards to arrive, and when they do they will sit under the GPU's (I built two of those Kinex frames). The frames are actually strong enough to support being picked up  Grin Also sorry for the huge image.


K'nex. win!

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January 23, 2014, 11:17:17 AM
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4x 280x waiting on a 290x so I can add another.
http://i.imgur.com/Fr6Lz0c.jpg?1
I see a vapor X 280x.. Smiley what is the hashrate on that.. kind of sucky for mine unless meddle with the bios and reflashing stuff.... 
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January 23, 2014, 11:25:54 AM
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Here is an updated picture of my setup.
https://mycryptocoin.us/downloads/miner2.jpg
Ps: everything in that picture is possibility for sale for the right price(except for the movies & scales). PM me your price.

 I would be more interested in the APC battery backups than the BFL and asicmine stuff.

love the smoke detector. thats smart although it would respond quicker if it were above it all and  towards the rear of all that airflow.
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January 23, 2014, 01:18:22 PM
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Hey guys maybe this is a better place to ask. I'm putting 10 rigs on some heavy duty adjustable shelving units I just picked up for a good price! Mobo will go on the shelf below and cards will hang above it with zipties.

My concern is static. I'm thinking of mounting the motherboards on standoffs and putting them on some plywood boards and then placing them on the shelves. Potentially even running a copper wire to ground each rig as well.

Something like this:


Anyone successfully running their rigs on plastic shelves?
Thoughts?

Thank you Smiley
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January 23, 2014, 01:48:11 PM
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Hey guys maybe this is a better place to ask. I'm putting 10 rigs on some heavy duty adjustable shelving units I just picked up for a good price! Mobo will go on the shelf below and cards will hang above it with zipties.

My concern is static. I'm thinking of mounting the motherboards on standoffs and putting them on some plywood boards and then placing them on the shelves. Potentially even running a copper wire to ground each rig as well.

Something like this:
[//img]http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/1000/b4/b4594a86-eb57-428e-b952-38cd596d5ffa_1000.jpg[/img]

Anyone successfully running their rigs on plastic shelves?
Thoughts?

Thank you Smiley

thats a great idea, but make sure its heavy duty plastic and not pvc only needs 70-90 celcius to melt. Or place them on some material that doesnt get affected by heat.
honestly i would buy a metal frame. or even wood would be better imo.

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January 23, 2014, 03:17:34 PM
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I CAN get metal shelving, but they're way more expensive, heavier and because they have wire shelving, I'm not sure how I'd attach the motherboards? Also, concerns of shorting something is something I think about too.
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January 23, 2014, 03:31:13 PM
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use this man http://www.target.com/p/room-essentials-chrome-3-tier-shelving-unit/-/A-12444200

fits 4-5 cards easily
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January 23, 2014, 04:11:10 PM
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January 23, 2014, 05:59:04 PM
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Heres My current setup on a 4 shelf metal shelving unit that i bought.
1st Shelf is Speaker stuff
2nd Shelf is the ASIC mining shelf
3rd Shelf - Soon to be Litcoin mining shelf.

Have been waiting almost a week and a half for (42) more USB erupters to arive..
http://i42.tinypic.com/6s6ufo.jpg
http://i39.tinypic.com/2mpk1h0.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/a1m5w.jpg
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