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June 17, 2014, 06:50:35 AM
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my small 430Ghash farm (rebuilt at weekend - will tidy cables this weekend)



For the number of devices that is probably the worst cable hell I have seen.  You need some twist ties bad Tongue

Al fun and games until one of those cables gets snagged in a fan, yanks the whole setup to the floor, and they all get destroyed.
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June 17, 2014, 07:17:03 AM
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my small 430Ghash farm (rebuilt at weekend - will tidy cables this weekend)

http://ukminers.co.uk/download/file.php?id=6

For the number of devices that is probably the worst cable hell I have seen.  You need some twist ties bad Tongue

Al fun and games until one of those cables gets snagged in a fan, yanks the whole setup to the floor, and they all get destroyed.

wow - quite the optimist Wink the two big fans are low rpm - you can stick your hand in the blades and it wont hurt Wink (done it a few times Tongue) plus all the cables near the fans are pulled away and cable tied up... it used to look like this:

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June 17, 2014, 08:04:26 AM
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couldn't find the "Picture of your mining farm" thread so i guess this will do.

phase 1
This is the one. This is looking great. What is the total power consumption and hashrate?
Which units are you using?

Generally this would be a good addition
each user that posts a picture to mention
I have 3 of this one of this and one of this
using this PSU and I have my window open for cooling because
my pet is a pinguin
or I have a large air-condition because my pet is a parrot

Exactly. Posting only a picture is useless, I could post anyones mining OP here! The specifications are what counts.

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June 17, 2014, 08:15:58 AM
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my small 430Ghash farm (rebuilt at weekend - will tidy cables this weekend)



Would you be so kind as to post a link to the large fans? TIA.
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June 17, 2014, 08:27:11 AM
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That need Air-Ground Heat exchanger!



My dome house has this type of cooling. Exhaust fan at the top of the house draws outside air through the in-ground pipe maze which enters the house in the cellar.  Very cost effective and mine has been working fine for 40+ years, but you need well-drained soil (like gravel) to site the maze.
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June 17, 2014, 08:30:27 AM
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my small 430Ghash farm (rebuilt at weekend - will tidy cables this weekend)

http://ukminers.co.uk/download/file.php?id=6

Would you be so kind as to post a link to the large fans? TIA.

They're InWin 220mm case fans - i can't find a link online but these came out of InWin Track and Griffin cases
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June 21, 2014, 02:40:47 AM
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well here it is finally...



24hr downtime right there to build and then figure out how to make it work

just don't get it...have a 14in. 1300cfm fan on top of a wooden case i built...it'll blow >> w/o the box to put on top of it for the vent...but as soon as i put the box on it, it blows <<< how is that possible? i guess is it because i'm trying to go from a 14in fan to 7in vent tube? also seems it doesn't matter which way i have the fan..cause i flipped it around and it does the same thing...its a fan to remove heat from an attic...thought it would work great here...so then i put the fan in the window turned it on and it was blowing out...put the box over it...WTH it still blows out...so i guess i'll try that...just reverse the way i intended to use it...must be the position cause i was laying it flat and now its on the window...

then i had to redesign the whole works cause i couldn't use that vent...but happy with end result...got some pretty good suction so i shouldn't have to worry about the heat anymore...only downside was somehow i hurt one of my controller boards...it ramps up the volts then shuts the vrms off..some will come back on...others won't...messing with the volt settings helps some...and its not the asic or psu tryed different for that slot Sad oh well...win some ya lose some

EDIT: wasn't the controller board, was an asic board...lost my balance on a step stool and leaded on one of the mods Sad but i did fix it back to almost 100% only like 10 cores off so i'll take it Smiley

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June 21, 2014, 03:33:30 AM
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Sorry for cable management haha  Grin


First rig, all Sapphire 280x, some Tri-X, some Vapor-X...
Yeah it's shitty on top, since i took some cards for a project (look below) and re-added ones, i hadn't time to re-arrange them.




Second rig, same as first




By night (such beauty many lights much colors WOW)




9 Gridseed Blades, overclocked to 6,2 Mh/s




BONUS :  Testing the "No AC cooling design", and now it's mining X11 at a friend house  Grin




Dunno what to do with dat, since X11 use less energy than scrypt...

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June 21, 2014, 05:23:23 AM
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Front: Dual Habanero (710ghs and 680ghs), XSPC RayStorm Intel CPU Waterblock x 2
Back: XSPC - RX360 V3 Triple Radiator, D5 Photon 170 Tube Reservoir, D5 Vario Pump, Sunon PMD1212PTB1-A(2).F.GN Fans x 3


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[14:44:11] <+QG> 0: HFB FRUTESCE: 937MHz  95C 100% 0.88V  | 702.9G / 674.9Gh/s WU: 9435.7/m A:105671 R:0 HW:289
[14:44:11] <+QG>  1: HFB FATALII : 937MHz  97C 100% 0.87V  | 772.4G / 718.0Gh/s WU:10037.7/m A: 87019 R:0 HW:100

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Pics of the rest of my h/w: http://imgur.com/a/mRbMZ

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June 21, 2014, 12:19:26 PM
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my small 430Ghash farm (rebuilt at weekend - will tidy cables this weekend)



Would you be so kind as to post a link to the large fans? TIA.

yeah link for those big black fans please. thx!
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June 21, 2014, 12:21:37 PM
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Here is my setup.











and link for those orange / black fans also please? thx! Wink
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June 21, 2014, 12:34:51 PM
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Here is my setup.




and link for those orange / black fans also please? thx! Wink

here is the link http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553002
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June 21, 2014, 01:05:31 PM
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thx! Wink

1 fan blows air in, and the other at the rear part throws air out, right?
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June 21, 2014, 02:08:08 PM
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thx! Wink

1 fan blows air in, and the other at the rear part throws air out, right?

yes, push-pull setup
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June 21, 2014, 02:11:48 PM
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Please stop quoting posts with big/lots images in them. Please!

iCEBREAKER is a troll! He and cypherdoc helped HashFast scam 50 Million $ from its customers !
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June 21, 2014, 02:36:57 PM
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Please stop quoting posts with big/lots images in them. Please!

your beating a dead horse...to many new ppl will come n don't know this Tongue you'd have to post this like every other msg and even still, it'll happen

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June 22, 2014, 09:26:28 PM
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You guys have incredible mining rigs... WOW really.........

You must earn a lot for beeing able to buy all those antminers....!!!  Grin Grin

And i have a question:

Is it profitable to have all those antminers you have, considering power costs and that every time difficulty changes(and that happens i think every 2 weeks or so, right??), you earn less money??

For example, lets suppose i had i dont know, 10 S1 overclocked, that would be 10 x 200 = 2000 GH/s (2 TH/s).

Ok, according to that, i could earn:



but... in 6.7 days, i would just earn 1,121.96 $ vs 1,368.47$ right now / month.

So, as you have a lot of hash power, more than 2 TH/s... is it profitable for you, to pay power costs for all your hardware, considering every 2 weeks difficulty changes and you earn less bitcoins???

Because the guy that has 50TH/s right now can earn 34,211,78 $ / month but in 6.7 days he will earn 28,039,87 $ / month so.... if every difficulty change = -6.000$.... i dont know if thats profitable  Huh
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June 22, 2014, 09:58:19 PM
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You guys have incredible mining rigs... WOW really.........

You must earn a lot for beeing able to buy all those antminers....!!!  Grin Grin

And i have a question:

Is it profitable to have all those antminers you have, considering power costs and that every time difficulty changes(and that happens i think every 2 weeks or so, right??), you earn less money??

For example, lets suppose i had i dont know, 10 S1 overclocked, that would be 10 x 200 = 2000 GH/s (2 TH/s).

Ok, according to that, i could earn:



but... in 6.7 days, i would just earn 1,121.96 $ vs 1,368.47$ right now / month.

So, as you have a lot of hash power, more than 2 TH/s... is it profitable for you, to pay power costs for all your hardware, considering every 2 weeks difficulty changes and you earn less bitcoins???

Because the guy that has 50TH/s right now can earn 34,211,78 $ / month but in 6.7 days he will earn 28,039,87 $ / month so.... if every difficulty change = -6.000$.... i dont know if thats profitable  Huh

Correct,I have sold all 5 of my S1's (1TH @ 2300 watts) & gone altcoin  Cry 

@ .13 cents per kwh,my power ate up almost 70% of my earnings & that was when BTC was @ $450..............now with 18mh @ 500 watts........... Shocked

Making about .017  BTC per day (on a bad day) with altcoins of my choice (have about 8 I choose from).

BTC mining at home will be done by late this year due to the power cost.........UNLESS BTC hits $1000-1500 & stays there  Wink

Best of luck guys!!!!!!!!!!!!

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June 22, 2014, 10:21:05 PM
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0.17 BTC / day using what hardware? or did you buy hashing power and thats it?

so if its not profitable why all these guys have those mining rigs? xD
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June 22, 2014, 11:28:20 PM
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I'm curious to see some pictures of those mining rigs.  Share your pictures of your rig and then details of build and mhash/sec.  Let's get a frame of reference up here with some visuals.  I will use this first post as a place holder and take a picture of my own rig later today.

I am fortunate enough to have a shop with space for me to setup my mining rigs.  So far I've just gone with the open "bench" setup to save on costs and to make cooling easy.

In the photo you can see the bench with three rigs (a mix of 5870, 5970 and one older 5840) on the floor is the Bitcoin solo server running in -server mode, which also has 2 5870's.  There are a couple of other machines in my office with 5870's elsewhere.  I am at 3.8G/hash and adding about 1/g/hash per week buying up cheap used cards via craigslist.

I am working on building a good Ubuntu Live ATI ISO file today in an attempt to eliminate all of the hard drives by using USB thumb drives, that'll save on electricity as well as hardware costs going forward.



you are really lucky friend,
I really want to like you, have such mining tools,
but only a dream for me to be like you
maybe one day,
this thread is good to be an inspiration

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