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February 27, 2014, 02:56:46 PM
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I have 10 Miners and place them into 3 racks.
The terraminer have online about 1,4TH/s and not 2!
They also producing about 1850 Watt and not 1650 Watt!

I pay about 5000€ / Month for the 3 Racks.

USD 1,038/kW??

Why only 3 per rack and not 10?


I guess he doesn't want to try to get 18.5KW heat out of the rack.  Grin
Not to mention it would consume almost 80 amps @ 230/240 volts.
Most racks do not have that kind of power feed.
32amp distribution strips is common.
Two strips per rack is common.
But still not enough, and it's not good to use above 80% of supply (for reliability).

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February 27, 2014, 11:44:14 PM
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I have 10 Miners and place them into 3 racks.
The terraminer have online about 1,4TH/s and not 2!
They also producing about 1850 Watt and not 1650 Watt!

I pay about 5000€ / Month for the 3 Racks.

USD 1,038/kW??

Why only 3 per rack and not 10?


I guess he doesn't want to try to get 18.5KW heat out of the rack.  Grin
Not to mention it would consume almost 80 amps @ 230/240 volts.
Most racks do not have that kind of power feed.
32amp distribution strips is common.
Two strips per rack is common.
But still not enough, and it's not good to use above 80% of supply (for reliability).


Makes sense, but for 5000 Euros a month it may be worth buying an addition power strip or two and give it a try? That's almost the price of a 5 year old Audi A3, every single month!
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February 27, 2014, 11:45:22 PM
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Are you all mining your rigs yourselves, or are you letting them to another user via a site such as leaserig?

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February 28, 2014, 12:10:23 AM
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https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/t1/1797333_750977314914711_1410427474_n.jpg

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February 28, 2014, 02:05:03 AM
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We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.

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February 28, 2014, 02:07:02 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.

Nice RIG  Grin
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February 28, 2014, 02:30:04 AM
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We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.

Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
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February 28, 2014, 02:50:41 AM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
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February 28, 2014, 09:02:52 AM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
Thanks!

I hate you.  Tomorrow will be the coldest day of the last 10 months here in SoCal - get down to a chilly 49F at night.  I swear God mad this the hottest winter in history on this side of the US.

How are you regulating the humidity if you're bringing in outside air?

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February 28, 2014, 01:27:59 PM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
Thanks!



Hey thanks for the reply.. Ive got some miners going in my garage but unfortunately i run a small business out of my garage so its my office too!

It been really tough for me as the miners are sucking the air out of the room! Its really dry and hot on my lungs & sinus is paying for it big time. Ive got a boiling pot of water going almost all day to act as a humidifier and i have the door open but it overall sucks.. Box fan isnt helping.. It may just be helping spread particles of dust which is just not helping..

Its taking a toll on my health and its starting to piss me off.. i need to regulate it somehow before even consider scaling up ..


Looking at other peoples setup is helpful but im sure nobody is spending many hours a day with their miner in the same room!
 

 

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February 28, 2014, 05:21:20 PM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
Thanks!



Hey thanks for the reply.. Ive got some miners going in my garage but unfortunately i run a small business out of my garage so its my office too!

It been really tough for me as the miners are sucking the air out of the room! Its really dry and hot on my lungs & sinus is paying for it big time. Ive got a boiling pot of water going almost all day to act as a humidifier and i have the door open but it overall sucks.. Box fan isnt helping.. It may just be helping spread particles of dust which is just not helping..

Its taking a tool on my health and its starting to piss me off.. i need to regulate it somehow before even consider scaling up ..


Looking at other peoples setup is helpful but im sure nobody is spending many hours a day with their miner in the same room!
 

AMD should be shamed for those cheap reference coolers.

Have you thought about going aftermarket ?

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February 28, 2014, 05:38:47 PM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
Thanks!

I hate you.  Tomorrow will be the coldest day of the last 10 months here in SoCal - get down to a chilly 49F at night.  I swear God mad this the hottest winter in history on this side of the US.

How are you regulating the humidity if you're bringing in outside air?

Cold air is dry.   It's only -4F or -20C where I am in Canada, I'm surprised that New England is even colder.
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February 28, 2014, 06:00:55 PM
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[IMG width=800 ]http://i.imgur.com/16QxHp2.jpg[/img]

We're adding more and more GPUs on a weekly basis, and we've got 4 AntMiners coming in tomorrow.

Total within the next few weeks should be ~40MH/s scrypt, and ~2TH/s SHA256.
Hows the heat? I cant imagine that box fan is enough.. I need a humidifier im dealing with hot dry air.
Ambient for the room is ~50F, and most of the cards are between 55-65C. It's winter in New England, and there's a filtered box fan in the window to the right in the pic, behind the rigs. It's blowing 0-20F air into the room, and the cards are nice and cool!

We have 50kBTUs of AC ready to go, but we're holding off while we can, cuz a box fan is cheaper. Wink

Nice RIG  Grin
Thanks!



Hey thanks for the reply.. Ive got some miners going in my garage but unfortunately i run a small business out of my garage so its my office too!

It been really tough for me as the miners are sucking the air out of the room! Its really dry and hot on my lungs & sinus is paying for it big time. Ive got a boiling pot of water going almost all day to act as a humidifier and i have the door open but it overall sucks.. Box fan isnt helping.. It may just be helping spread particles of dust which is just not helping..

Its taking a tool on my health and its starting to piss me off.. i need to regulate it somehow before even consider scaling up ..


Looking at other peoples setup is helpful but im sure nobody is spending many hours a day with their miner in the same room!
 

AMD should be shamed for those cheap reference coolers.

Have you thought about going aftermarket ?


My frustration hasnt motivated me to take action yet but im close.. im actively looking into the possibility.
 
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February 28, 2014, 06:28:05 PM
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You should be able to get 800+ on those cards each.

settings, please? I can't get over 740 with mine, MSI has been a much better performer for me than sapphire dual-x or gigabyte windforce

Dont belive every troll who doesnt know shit.

Your cards generally are not able to do clocks which are  needed for 800+khs. You need minimum 1160/1800 for that.
Besides, pushing 280x to its limits not even closely efficent anymore. Those cards will consume way over 280W each and will be insanely hot when you push them like that. As a result fans would not survive over 3 months. Its a common flaw of several cards, If fans are running high rpms.



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You should be able to get 800+ on those cards each.

settings, please? I can't get over 740 with mine, MSI has been a much better performer for me than sapphire dual-x or gigabyte windforce

800+ is impossible.  My elcheapo MSI 280X only gets 688kH, because it's crappy core only does 980MHz stable.  720kH is the normal top-end speed of these cards, 800kH is a drug-induced hallucination.

It is possible and I've been doing it with multiple rigs for a long time now. You should really do some research... I do overclock the cards but there is nothing wrong with that. Also please note, I undervolt them before I overclock them even Wink They run cool... just fine.

https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=14339.msg111704#msg111704

All my settings, screenshots, etc. are there. I have a 6 card rig and a 4 card rig running similarly.

Getting the proper BIOS flash, then undervolting it are great ways to get good kh/s and run on less power. You should be able to use the same BIOS on your cards that I'm using on mine...

This image below is old and was taken after the rig was running for 24 hours...



This image below shows sgminer which has been running for 12 days or so... so don't tell me about stability. Its also in a room with a pretty hot ambient temperature and you can see the cards are staying plenty cool..



and.... one more pic.



What model of the 280X cards these are? And which bios did you use ?
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February 28, 2014, 07:01:29 PM
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Oh my god... Read the post you quoted and follow the link.
And please stop quoting pictures.
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February 28, 2014, 08:07:12 PM
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I hate you.  Tomorrow will be the coldest day of the last 10 months here in SoCal - get down to a chilly 49F at night.  I swear God mad this the hottest winter in history on this side of the US.

How are you regulating the humidity if you're bringing in outside air?
Oh man. 49F is like a heat wave up here!

For humidity control, we shut the window a few inches when it starts to snow.  Grin Grin Grin

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February 28, 2014, 09:16:12 PM
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Same here, I live in Northern NY and we have had so many -40 nights and days on end of -10 to -15 in a row this winter it brings back memories of growing up in the 1970's.
This is the first year in the last 10+ that the snow did not melt all away at least twice by now during the winter.



I hate you.  Tomorrow will be the coldest day of the last 10 months here in SoCal - get down to a chilly 49F at night.  I swear God mad this the hottest winter in history on this side of the US.

How are you regulating the humidity if you're bringing in outside air?
Oh man. 49F is like a heat wave up here!

For humidity control, we shut the window a few inches when it starts to snow.  Grin Grin Grin

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March 01, 2014, 01:15:15 PM
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My "Completed" Rig. 20 MH/s. You see random cards I bought them over a course of a year so I have different brands and different models of AMD cards. Power Consumption is around 7500 Watts fans and all
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March 01, 2014, 02:32:59 PM
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My "Completed" Rig. 20 MH/s. You see random cards I bought them over a course of a year so I have different brands and different models of AMD cards
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Nice, how much power consumption?
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March 01, 2014, 03:13:48 PM
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Ditto on the power consumption, and are you blowing the air INTO your AC Unit? Clever.

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