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April 12, 2014, 03:20:23 PM
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so GPU rigs are not allowed anymore in this thread ?
Were your read that?
GPU rigs are the most populair

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April 12, 2014, 03:20:59 PM
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so GPU rigs are not allowed anymore in this thread ?

Why wouldn't they be? Oh yea, I forgot all the captain literals that get their panties in a bunch when coins or things outside of Bitcoin are discussed. We know this is a Bitcoin forum, one in which all Cryptos are discussed, even the crappy ones. Get over it. One day something will come along to replace Bitcoin, certainly not any of the copy & paste crap, but there will come a day. AOL, Netscape, Atari, Myspace.... They all paved the way..

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April 12, 2014, 08:55:18 PM
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I don't get out much, just noticed this thread.

I squeezed 2 Saturns (4 ASIC and 2 controller boards)
plus 2 consumer PSU's
plus 2 water pumps in series
plus a 60mm thick radiator
into one of my Saturn cases.

Slightly overclocked Smiley











My HW is a moving target.
Different WB's and other improvements in process.
(gonna lap my ASIC's while they are installed on the PCB's)

YMMV
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April 12, 2014, 09:09:09 PM
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Wow nice work. Which waterblocks do you use.
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April 12, 2014, 09:41:29 PM
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Wow nice work. Which waterblocks do you use.

I use cheapo junkers from China.
You get what you pay for!
The shit does not have standard fittings so changing output ports is impossible with off the shelf WB parts.
I have to deck and lap each one, about 30 minutes per WB.

I have a new set that has G1/4 fittings waiting for me to rip it apart and tweak.
I know I have low/high spots on my KnCMiner ASICs and will fix when I do it.

There are much easier ways to cool ASIC but not in small footprint.
My best performance was with air cooling (after deck/lap stock heatsink)



Not as neat but very effective.

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April 12, 2014, 09:43:05 PM
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Really nice work tolip.

Why did you use both controller boards? From the looks of it you have plenty of free connectors on a single board.

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April 12, 2014, 10:19:11 PM
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Really nice work tolip.

Why did you use both controller boards? From the looks of it you have plenty of free connectors on a single board.

Flexability and redundancy.
I can play with things and not hose a whole miner in the process.

YMMV
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April 13, 2014, 02:15:20 AM
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latest setup... 75db (Busy Traffic, Phone Ringtone) in my bedroom...


Top unit is 2 x Avalon2 Single module.
Middle black unit is a 3 module Avalon2.
Bottom unit is a HashFast Sierra.

Hashing; Avalon2 (0.51TH) + Sierra (1.24TH) = Total 1.75THs

Drawing; Avalon2 (1770W ~7.6A) + Sierra (1440W ~6A) = Total 3210W (~13.6A) at the wall.

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April 13, 2014, 08:54:21 PM
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Made a wire hiding and wireless gridseed rig

http://imgur.com/a/bbCPr?gallery

and the whole setup is 175watts at the wall
(that is a Zbox ID81+ running the show)
wow :O looks very cool

thanks to everyone who enjoyed my rig - any questions just PM me


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April 13, 2014, 11:17:26 PM
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Above rigs are quite beautiful, but what you think about my nice Lightningasic / Gridseed mess ?!





So wires. Much organize. I'd hate to see your closet/
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April 14, 2014, 11:27:26 AM
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More S1's on the way.


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Had to improvise with blank panels to support that one ant. Still waiting for my shelves to arrive.

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April 15, 2014, 12:59:14 AM
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All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.





If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.

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April 15, 2014, 01:07:50 AM
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All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/ img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.

Congrats you are 0.00025 % of the network  Grin

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April 15, 2014, 07:15:54 AM
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All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

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April 15, 2014, 07:24:35 AM
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All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin



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April 15, 2014, 09:24:56 AM
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How much in electricity though?
Even if you own the data center it is in you could not eat that kind of power draw.


All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin




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April 15, 2014, 12:01:38 PM
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How much in electricity though?
Even if you own the data center it is in you could not eat that kind of power draw.


All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin




How much can it be comparing to profits ?
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April 15, 2014, 12:08:17 PM
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Your pulling roughly 1000 watts per th/s per S2 and more per th/s of S1's.
Depending on how much you pay for electricity that could be several thousand per month.

How much in electricity though?
Even if you own the data center it is in you could not eat that kind of power draw.


All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin




How much can it be comparing to profits ?

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April 15, 2014, 10:01:50 PM
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How much in electricity though?
Even if you own the data center it is in you could not eat that kind of power draw.


All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin





I currently have 45U racks, each with 10KW of usable juice. Price is under $1600/mo each rack. That includes power, data, cooling, UPS, Generator 99.999% uptime.

I'll take a picture Thursday after I install the rest of the Batch 2 Antminer S2's

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April 15, 2014, 10:03:31 PM
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That is very cool.
Your setup is excellent.

How much in electricity though?
Even if you own the data center it is in you could not eat that kind of power draw.


All set up and running. And yes, the backlight of 8 have burned out so far.


[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZHjzdhL.jpg[/   img]


If you look close you'll see 24 S1's on each side.


11TH S2's
9.6TH S1's.
Damn.

Sorry I just had to do it

11Th S2'
This Difficulty
per Day 0.90395740 BTC $445.42
per Week 6.32770180 BTC $3,117.91
per Month 27.48030494 BTC $13,540.65

9.6TH S1's.
per Day 0.78890828 BTC $388.73
per Week 5.52235793 BTC $2,721.09
per Month 23.98281159 BTC $11,817.29

Total
per Day 1.69286568 BTC $834.14
per Week 11.85005973 BTC $5,839.00
per Month 51.46311653 BTC $25,357.94

we can only dream  Grin Grin Grin Grin





I currently have 45U racks, each with 10KW of usable juice. Price is under $1600/mo each rack. That includes power, data, cooling, UPS, Generator 99.999% uptime.

I'll take a picture Thursday after I install the rest of the Batch 2 Antminer S2's

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