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June 26, 2014, 08:13:19 PM
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I was actually very frustrated with my data center search until I filled out a request at http://www.datacentermap.com. Within 24 hours, I was contacted by three different data centers in the area that I hadn't previously considered, and ended up choosing one of them. I highly recommend that site to start your search.

kendog77 thanks for mentioning this site, never knew it existed ... I have two SP10s and two forthcoming SP30s I'm looking to find a home for.



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June 26, 2014, 08:19:07 PM
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I was actually very frustrated with my data center search until I filled out a request at http://www.datacentermap.com. Within 24 hours, I was contacted by three different data centers in the area that I hadn't previously considered, and ended up choosing one of them. I highly recommend that site to start your search.

Apparently I only knew about 2 of the 3 data centers in my area. Bandwidth prices are around $1/GB no matter who you go with. I blame the "supernet" Public-private-partnership. Wholesale bandwidth costs $50/Mbit.month.endpoint. At those prices, power is included Tongue (within limits).

(Population is also sparse)

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June 26, 2014, 08:21:02 PM
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Anyone know of any online cable management classes? Smiley

Its called top of rack switches (or in your case top of shelves) and zipties Smiley

Or, watch some vids from ovh  / hetzner / softlayer.. pretty neat stuff.


PS. 50 Neptunes... bro.. you allright? - thats massive!  Grin
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June 26, 2014, 08:36:56 PM
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Anyone know of any online cable management classes? Smiley

Wow, that is a lot of Neptunes! You have balls of steel. I bailed on my Neptune orders a long time ago.

KNC was very late, but you might do OK if you get 10 more Neptunes free of charge in the near future.
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June 26, 2014, 08:37:21 PM
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This is most of my farm.

32 S1s
9 S2s
2 Dragons
2 Jupiters
2 SP10s

Total = ~22 TH/s

Holy shit! How old that farm is? Cheesy i bet u got pretty high amount of coins from it?
Just big WOW  Shocked

If you pay what I pay every month for colo, you would be making a killing!
How much you pay for colo for those 22 Ths?

That is proprietary information, so I'll never tell. I am very happy with the cost and quality of this co-location facility, and it's close to where I live.

Without revealing the exact cost can you say if it's more or less than 25 cents per KWH? I am trying to find a colo in NJ but it's very difficult to find anything less than 25 cents per KWH, I have about 5TH in my house but cooling is an issue.

It's much less than 25 cents per KWH, but I live in Ohio, which is cheaper than Jersey. I got quotes and negotiated with multiple data centers until I got one that I liked, but can tell you for sure that the first quote you get from them is likely to be very inflated.

I was not in a hurry and took my time, and the co-loc facilty I liked the best had a price match policy. I was able to get them to beat a quote from another co-loc facility that offered a good price, but I didn't like as much.

Also, keep in mind that you don't need a gold plated co-loc facility for BTC mining. I haven't had any downtime yet but a little downtime does not bother me too much for the price I am paying, and BTC also uses very little network bandwidth. You don't need a state of the art data center for BTC mining, and I certainly didn't want to pay state of the art data center prices.

I was actually very frustrated with my data center search until I filled out a request at http://www.datacentermap.com. Within 24 hours, I was contacted by three different data centers in the area that I hadn't previously considered, and ended up choosing one of them. I highly recommend that site to start your search.

The main risk with renting co-loc space is the contract length. I had to commit to 12 months, so the first few months of your contract are the most risky. It would be very painful for the price of BTC to crash right after signing a 12 month co-loc contract.

Also, a lot of co-loc facilities require insurance, which is a royal pain in the ass to get for any BTC related business. The big, conservative insurance companies like State Farm and Nationwide will not touch a BTC mining business with a ten foot pole. I had to work with multiple insurance agents, and it took me a couple of weeks, but I was finally able to get insurance through Travelers.

It takes a while, but persistence pays off. If it was easy to make a profit mining BTC, everyone would do it.

thank you for the info, what kind of circuits do you have in each cabinet, 30A/208 per cabinet? Also, are you being charged per circuit or by KWH or a combination.
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June 26, 2014, 08:42:30 PM
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Anyone know of any online cable management classes? Smiley

That looks like a warehouse.  I sure hope you have some electrical trip in there.  One lightning strike and you lose a Ferrari's worth of miners!

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June 26, 2014, 08:45:10 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hsFMIKd.jpg

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no-one noticed the gridseeds on the right-hand side at the back?

What's your hashrates?
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June 26, 2014, 08:47:06 PM
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thank you for the info, what kind of circuits do you have in each cabinet, 30A/208 per cabinet? Also, are you being charged per circuit or by KWH or a combination.

Each cabinet has 2 30A/208V outlets, and I am being charged a single price for the cabinet, power, and internet connectivity. It's a package deal.
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June 26, 2014, 08:56:24 PM
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thank you for the info, what kind of circuits do you have in each cabinet, 30A/208 per cabinet? Also, are you being charged per circuit or by KWH or a combination.

Each cabinet has 2 30A/208V outlets, and I am being charged a single price for the cabinet, power, and internet connectivity. It's a package deal.

It's the best deal, I pay <15cents per Kw and get free cooling, security, and gigabit redundant internet.  Cheesy

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June 26, 2014, 09:44:06 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hsFMIKd.jpg

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no-one noticed the gridseeds on the right-hand side at the back?

What's your hashrates?

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June 26, 2014, 09:55:10 PM
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Wow, that is a lot of Neptunes! You have balls of steel. I bailed on my Neptune orders a long time ago.

KNC was very late, but you might do OK if you get 10 more Neptunes free of charge in the near future.

Hell no.  I will never make back the thousands of coins I wasted back in the GPU days.  It sure will be fun trying to get them back tho!

11 more neptunes will ship in the free batch along with 60 monarchs if they ever ship.

As soon as the rest of my parts gets here I will be immersion cooling the Neptunes.  It will be fun to see how fast they will go.

Here is my chiller.



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June 26, 2014, 09:57:26 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hsFMIKd.jpg

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You have such a big space,it will be very useful for expansion.
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June 26, 2014, 11:28:41 PM
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dam those were the days for difficulty

looking at what it is now it is unreal how the hash rate of the network has grown....


These arrived for me today from BPMC.





So jealous!  But I do have 4 coming on Thursday.  Cheesy


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June 26, 2014, 11:40:09 PM
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Wow, that is a lot of Neptunes! You have balls of steel. I bailed on my Neptune orders a long time ago.

KNC was very late, but you might do OK if you get 10 more Neptunes free of charge in the near future.

Hell no.  I will never make back the thousands of coins I wasted back in the GPU days.  It sure will be fun trying to get them back tho!

11 more neptunes will ship in the free batch along with 60 monarchs if they ever ship.

As soon as the rest of my parts gets here I will be immersion cooling the Neptunes.  It will be fun to see how fast they will go.

Here is my chiller.

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Damn man. In the future, you should stay far away from scummy companies like BFL and KNC because they are hazardous to your wealth!

If you put all that money into Bitmain, you'd probably have a 100TH Ant farm right about now.
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June 27, 2014, 12:01:23 AM
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Wow, what are those 2 giant fans just above me call. I dowanna quote the picture again.

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June 27, 2014, 12:26:09 AM
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Wow, what are those 2 giant fans just above me call. I dowanna quote the picture again.

I think they are giant AC units that are probably at least 5 tons each.
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June 27, 2014, 01:53:42 AM
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Wow, what are those 2 giant fans just above me call. I dowanna quote the picture again.

I think they are giant AC units that are probably at least 5 tons each.

They are just chillers.  Just fans and a large copper coil.  I am going to run a water/glycol mix through it to radiators inside my immersion cooling tanks inside.

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June 27, 2014, 02:33:32 AM
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Wow, that is a lot of Neptunes! You have balls of steel. I bailed on my Neptune orders a long time ago.

KNC was very late, but you might do OK if you get 10 more Neptunes free of charge in the near future.

Hell no.  I will never make back the thousands of coins I wasted back in the GPU days.  It sure will be fun trying to get them back tho!

11 more neptunes will ship in the free batch along with 60 monarchs if they ever ship.

As soon as the rest of my parts gets here I will be immersion cooling the Neptunes.  It will be fun to see how fast they will go.

Here is my chiller.




60 monarchs...ouch....just saw this guy got his 1 monarch up on bfl cloud hashing the current BFL stop gap measure till they ship probably only applies to very early full priced orders here is the link

http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1EnHrZYB8Bi6Pq41wDMmZdCRCshEvhH3cW

.022btc per day only...zowie i respect the fact you can eat a 60 monarch loss (makes my wallet hurt just thinking about it)

basically the link above is making almost exactly what my knc jupiter I got last oct 18th...which I may get 49 coins out of

just to give people a perspective on how 'bad' people got screwed on the monarch

i am sorry for your loss...fight back!

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June 27, 2014, 05:15:39 AM
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I was actually very frustrated with my data center search until I filled out a request at http://www.datacentermap.com. Within 24 hours, I was contacted by three different data centers in the area that I hadn't previously considered, and ended up choosing one of them. I highly recommend that site to start your search.

kendog77 thanks for mentioning this site, never knew it existed ... I have two SP10s and two forthcoming SP30s I'm looking to find a home for.



You better. I imagine the sp30s are going to be as loud as a jet engine!
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June 27, 2014, 05:19:11 AM
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Anyone know of any online cable management classes? Smiley

That is some amazing mining porn..... That is just purely outstanding! Hope it all goes well for you! You definitely have a lot of time and money invested into this! Good luck bro!

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