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April 05, 2014, 12:43:52 AM
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how much does it cost to host something like that at a data center?



ALOT, but i believe he owns the place so  Grin

I don't own it, but I have good connections :-) PM me if you're looking for DC space, and I can introduce you to my connections :-D

I'm too poor to go that route now,

I'm curious what wattage are you sucking when you're done?

 
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April 05, 2014, 01:44:25 AM
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how much does it cost to host something like that at a data center?

ALOT, but i believe he owns the place so  Grin

I don't own it, but I have good connections :-) PM me if you're looking for DC space, and I can introduce you to my connections :-D

I'm too poor to go that route now,

I'm curious what wattage are you sucking when you're done?

probably about 24-26kW depending if its 220V or 110V

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April 05, 2014, 03:10:17 AM
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how much does it cost to host something like that at a data center?





oops, forgot the super stack. look close, same number of miners as the other 2 racks! This is what you get when you must mine before shelves arrive:


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April 05, 2014, 01:45:36 PM
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how much does it cost to host something like that at a data center?



ALOT, but i believe he owns the place so  Grin

I don't own it, but I have good connections :-) PM me if you're looking for DC space, and I can introduce you to my connections :-D

I did PM you about the cost of DC and help finding a DC in NJ, would appreciate if you could tell us how much it cost you to rent the DC, doesn't have to be exact, range would be great and the power cost also. I have 6 S1's but looking to get lot more machines in the near future and invest substantial amount of funds to do this and would appreciate your input, We have a commercial building that we own and the basement is about 1000 sq ft and I am thinking about converting it into a DC but just wondering if it's cheaper to rent before I spend lot of money adding additional power, cooling, racks etc.


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April 05, 2014, 02:50:30 PM
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how much does it cost to host something like that at a data center?



ALOT, but i believe he owns the place so  Grin

I don't own it, but I have good connections :-) PM me if you're looking for DC space, and I can introduce you to my connections :-D

I did PM you about the cost of DC and help finding a DC in NJ, would appreciate if you could tell us how much it cost you to rent the DC, doesn't have to be exact, range would be great and the power cost also. I have 6 S1's but looking to get lot more machines in the near future and invest substantial amount of funds to do this and would appreciate your input, We have a commercial building that we own and the basement is about 1000 sq ft and I am thinking about converting it into a DC but just wondering if it's cheaper to rent before I spend lot of money adding additional power, cooling, racks etc.
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if you have the space i would run your gear there. Install a few L6-30 circuits (220V, 30A) with server PDUs so that everything is a bit more efficient on a higher voltage.

throw in some shelving units ($50-75 will get you a nice steel rack with wooden shelves that can handle >2000lbs) and make sure there is sufficient airflow/AC capacity.

unless you know the DC owner, you would be looking at about $300-$500 per rack/month not counting in the costs of power and cooling (which would be about the same as cooling and powering yourself).

also gives you a bit more freedom to use more space and not have to jam things tightly into racks

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April 05, 2014, 04:29:43 PM
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Today I moved my Gridseed "rig" to a serverrack where my business hosting servers are located, now the humming noise in our house is finally over Smiley

https://i.imgur.com/t6y0SCT.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/0ZUJG0m.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/SeTs0Xp.jpg

1x Rittal 2 HE 19 inch shelf
10x Gridseed miner
1x Raspberry Pi with Hashra image
1x PSU
1x 10-port USB hub
and a lot of cables and tie-wraps ...
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April 05, 2014, 04:33:58 PM
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Hosted Machines, Not seen in this picture : 10k CFM AC unit dropping in cool air from above.

And that Redhash is a boss.
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April 05, 2014, 06:02:53 PM
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could you make the pics any bigger, please?  Roll Eyes

Read the first line please...  Tongue

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April 05, 2014, 09:10:57 PM
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I always wanted to bookmark this thread by posting something but never had the chance to do so, but today I am going to do it by posting my old GPU mining rigs ( not all mine my mining partner as well)


 The Pictures of the latest retired rigs (5970, 7970,7950), I don't have pictures of the previous mining rigs (5850, 5870) still the 4x7970 with the changed fans in the 1st picture are bought from another miner after the block halving, we've always upgraded through time but in March 2013 when AVALON started shipping and Bitcoin GPU mining was almost dead I went to Litecoin mining for few of months then stopped completely  in August and I sold all the cards.









after that, we've bought 3 used jalapenos, these are about the only ASICs we have ever owned and we didn't have them for a long time as well (2 weeks I think) and sold them for the same price I bought for:


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April 06, 2014, 01:14:22 PM
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Found this pretty different method for hosting S1 mounting wise

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April 06, 2014, 01:51:46 PM
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Found this pretty different method for hosting S1 mounting wise



i considered something like that, but i dont know why the airflow is pointed down - thats the exact opposite of the 'heat rises' concept that would make blowing all the hot air upwards more effective

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April 06, 2014, 02:05:53 PM
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I guess it's easier to bolt them on the non fan end and expensive heavy hardware is best not left hanging.
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April 06, 2014, 02:07:57 PM
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I guess it's easier to bolt them on the non fan end and expensive heavy hardware is best not left hanging.
Or they just didn't think it through.   Wink
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April 06, 2014, 02:20:33 PM
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If you look closely, those fans are facing with the airflow up and out. You can tell by seeing the crossbars that connect the fan motor to the housing which is usually on the outlet side.

So those are probably second fans with the factory default fans on the bottom.  They are situated the "right way".

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April 06, 2014, 03:28:11 PM
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If you look closely, those fans are facing with the airflow up and out. You can tell by seeing the crossbars that connect the fan motor to the housing which is usually on the outlet side.

So those are probably second fans with the factory default fans on the bottom.  They are situated the "right way".

Ya I was about to say they could have just flipped the fans

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April 06, 2014, 05:02:41 PM
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If you look closely, those fans are facing with the airflow up and out. You can tell by seeing the crossbars that connect the fan motor to the housing which is usually on the outlet side.

So those are probably second fans with the factory default fans on the bottom.  They are situated the "right way".

Ya I was about to say they could have just flipped the fans

Fans are much less effective in suck position. You would have to make the tunnel over the heatsinks air tight.

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April 06, 2014, 07:28:50 PM
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If you look closely, those fans are facing with the airflow up and out. You can tell by seeing the crossbars that connect the fan motor to the housing which is usually on the outlet side.

So those are probably second fans with the factory default fans on the bottom.  They are situated the "right way".

Ya I was about to say they could have just flipped the fans

Fans are much less effective in suck position. You would have to make the tunnel over the heatsinks air tight.

They've gone from Suck to Blow?

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April 06, 2014, 09:29:49 PM
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They've gone from Suck to Blow?
This conversation has gone downhill very quickly.
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April 06, 2014, 09:50:58 PM
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They've gone from Suck to Blow?
This conversation has gone downhill very quickly.

Depends on how much you like/know Spaceballs.  Obviously you're not a fan. Wink

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April 07, 2014, 12:40:48 AM
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Depends on how much you like/know Spaceballs.  Obviously you're not a fan. Wink

"Ahh, Buckle this!"

But seriously, with just a hint of black showing and the bottom of the Ants, I would say there's fans on either end...

Better look carefully or you'll miss it. "When" - "Just now"........

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