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February 12, 2014, 04:52:15 PM
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Here is our 19" 4U rackable rig prototype




We have 3x R9 290 and 2x R9 280X but it looks like they don't like to work together.
Testing with only the 290s, the ventilation was quite good and temperature was the same than in our open rigs (~90°).

We'll rewire with 5x R9 290 (the 1600W should be at its limit) and test how it goes.
We could also put the PSU near motherboard, and space the GPU a little bit more.

If it works then we'll be able to fit 10 rigs per 19" bay, and make a nice looking laser cut front panel for each case Smiley

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Where did you bought those long usb cables, or they are 30 cm ones?
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February 12, 2014, 05:05:53 PM
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Seem good cooling solution, what is the temps to cards?

I tried pretty much all configurations and this one was the best by a good margin. The cards temperatures are between 60 and 67 °C, with fans on low settings (7V).
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February 12, 2014, 05:17:48 PM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.

http://i.imgur.com/s0dzfQ3.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/C8vsaG0.png

you ordered from friedcat and already got them?

what are they plugged into?

FYI you are getting a ton of hardware errors
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February 12, 2014, 05:57:58 PM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.


you ordered from friedcat and already got them?

what are they plugged into?

FYI you are getting a ton of hardware errors

Did you seriously just quote a post from around a year ago to tell this person something they likely already know?  Roll Eyes

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February 12, 2014, 07:19:01 PM
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Here is our 19" 4U rackable rig prototype

[IMG ]http://i.imgur.com/wzQ5Niu.jpg?2[/img]
[IMG ]http://i.imgur.com/DbUiEMm.jpg?1[/img]

We have 3x R9 290 and 2x R9 280X but it looks like they don't like to work together.
Testing with only the 290s, the ventilation was quite good and temperature was the same than in our open rigs (~90°).

We'll rewire with 5x R9 290 (the 1600W should be at its limit) and test how it goes.
We could also put the PSU near motherboard, and space the GPU a little bit more.

If it works then we'll be able to fit 10 rigs per 19" bay, and make a nice looking laser cut front panel for each case Smiley

Eric

That is nice! Those 3 fans provide enough airflow when it's all closed up and in a rack?

Are you making those to sell? How much did it cost you?

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February 12, 2014, 08:17:47 PM
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Here is our 19" 4U rackable rig prototype




We have 3x R9 290 and 2x R9 280X but it looks like they don't like to work together.
Testing with only the 290s, the ventilation was quite good and temperature was the same than in our open rigs (~90°).

We'll rewire with 5x R9 290 (the 1600W should be at its limit) and test how it goes.
We could also put the PSU near motherboard, and space the GPU a little bit more.

If it works then we'll be able to fit 10 rigs per 19" bay, and make a nice looking laser cut front panel for each case Smiley

Eric

All i see there are extra costs. The enclosures, the super expensive USB risers and the computer fans (while big ass box fans are like 25 bucks).

I highly prefer my way. Buy metal frame shelf, modify it and fit 10 rigs in it. All this for practically nothing.
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February 12, 2014, 08:44:49 PM
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Yeah this very nice

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February 12, 2014, 08:55:59 PM
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That is nice! Those 3 fans provide enough airflow when it's all closed up and in a rack?
Are you making those to sell? How much did it cost you?

It's too early to tell, but it looks like airflow is enough.
I'll know more when I'll have 10 cases in one bay Smiley

Prototyping is very expensive, but I plan to make 100 pieces so at then end it should cost ~150€.
I'm not doing it primilary to sell, I have the need to build clean cases for data center hosting.

If you are really interested I could sell of course, but international shipping would be quite expensive (I'm in France).

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February 12, 2014, 08:58:31 PM
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All i see there are extra costs. The enclosures, the super expensive USB risers and the computer fans (while big ass box fans are like 25 bucks).
I highly prefer my way. Buy metal frame shelf, modify it and fit 10 rigs in it. All this for practically nothing.

You are right, these are extra costs (except the USB risers, not so expensive when you buy a lot).
This makes sense only to host in 19" racks.

I'm sharing for fun, not to tell this is the way people should build their rig.

Eric

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February 12, 2014, 11:48:19 PM
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All i see there are extra costs. The enclosures, the super expensive USB risers and the computer fans (while big ass box fans are like 25 bucks).
I highly prefer my way. Buy metal frame shelf, modify it and fit 10 rigs in it. All this for practically nothing.

You are right, these are extra costs (except the USB risers, not so expensive when you buy a lot).
This makes sense only to host in 19" racks.

I'm sharing for fun, not to tell this is the way people should build their rig.

Eric

Ok i was thinking you were trying to make them and sell them.

If i could build that for reasonable costs (like you probably) i would.
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February 13, 2014, 03:20:12 AM
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I'm getting ready to build my first open air rig, I've noticed one thing...none of these open air rigs appear to have a power button. How do you turn the unit on?

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February 13, 2014, 03:29:40 AM
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That is nice! Those 3 fans provide enough airflow when it's all closed up and in a rack?
Are you making those to sell? How much did it cost you?

It's too early to tell, but it looks like airflow is enough.
I'll know more when I'll have 10 cases in one bay Smiley

Prototyping is very expensive, but I plan to make 100 pieces so at then end it should cost ~150€.
I'm not doing it primilary to sell, I have the need to build clean cases for data center hosting.

If you are really interested I could sell of course, but international shipping would be quite expensive (I'm in France).

Eric

Nice work Eric - I work in a datacenter, and having professional looking machines in our racks is very important.  Best of luck to you!

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February 13, 2014, 03:37:51 AM
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I'm getting ready to build my first open air rig, I've noticed one thing...none of these open air rigs appear to have a power button. How do you turn the unit on?

the magical paperclip.

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February 13, 2014, 03:52:37 AM
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One thing that would really make these a bit more user friendly is they could have Cablez make them custom switches.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74397.0
That way no magic paperclip zaps.  LOL

I'm getting ready to build my first open air rig, I've noticed one thing...none of these open air rigs appear to have a power button. How do you turn the unit on?

the magical paperclip.

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February 13, 2014, 04:07:10 AM
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OMG I just noticed I've been reading this thread for almost an hour.

That kind of pictures really fascinates. Will show it to a friend who's thinking of starting to mine.
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February 13, 2014, 05:23:51 AM
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Nice rigs guys,but this gals got ya beat!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1326148/nzxt-phantom-820-stretched-limo-edition-build-log/900#post_21771655

http://www.overclock.net/t/1326148/nzxt-phantom-820-stretched-limo-edition-build-log/790#post_21441391

& she DON'T MINE with any of this!!!!!!!!!!!!  Cheesy



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February 13, 2014, 06:39:15 AM
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I'm getting ready to build my first open air rig, I've noticed one thing...none of these open air rigs appear to have a power button. How do you turn the unit on?

Easy, with a screwdriver.

Or, you can make your own if you really want. Since my machines have auto start scripts, I wanted reset buttons and status leds. I ordered everything from digi-key.



You can see the grey cable behind the angle aluminum, it runs under the board to the front panel header.

I even built a rpi and a set of reed relays. I will soon be able to remotely reboot any of my rigs Cool



Works kinda like this...

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February 13, 2014, 07:25:00 AM
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Thanks, raskul.

Not so nice any more, though:



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February 13, 2014, 07:29:16 AM
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Thanks, raskul.

Not so nice any more, though:



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February 13, 2014, 07:35:23 AM
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5 on buttons for $5 Smiley

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