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June 30, 2014, 01:12:15 AM
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+1 yep that is what i'm doing with my jups...cept i'm not ever gona sell'em...they will mine til they give out to try and get as much coins from them as i can...

Im guessing free power?

nope...just wanna mine Smiley

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June 30, 2014, 10:33:34 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!

150.0Th = 85 000$ a month, 50 boxes x 12k$ = 600 000$ (need more than 6 month to ROI) at 1% diff. jump he lose 840$ at 10% 8400$ every 2 weeks. This is not mining porn but mining bukake Smiley

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June 30, 2014, 11:06:48 AM
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Man where ever i ask they say grindseed is not profitable anymore . IS it  ?
What coin do u mine with them ? I can get couple for 50$ each . Is it worth it ?

Its a gamble.. maybe it is, maybe its not.

yer right it is a gamble...but i'd say its a really bad gamble...everything is exploding now with asic's...really nuffin ya can do cept buy coins...

As I see it, theres two options... You just mentioned the best one - and the one that'll get you in for whatever amount of money you have at your disposal..

The 2nd one is for the guys with a lot of cash. Buy in hard in asics with the best $/ghs ratio and/or w/ghs ratio. With a perdicted ROI date (if you can get gear at a price that gives you one) and make as much coin in profits as possible afterwards.. - then, offload your gear when its not viable at your power costs anymore.. maybe, somewhere in the world it is for someone whos willing to bet on coins gaining value..

+1 yep that is what i'm doing with my jups...cept i'm not ever gona sell'em...they will mine til they give out to try and get as much coins from them as i can...

Don't mine until they die, but mine until your electricity costs more than the income from mining.  At that point it's cheaper to buy the coins than mining.  It's probably not worth it to ship a Jup now anyways.

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June 30, 2014, 01:24:08 PM
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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!

150.0Th = 85 000$ a month, 50 boxes x 12k$ = 600 000$ (need more than 6 month to ROI) at 1% diff. jump he lose 840$ at 10% 8400$ every 2 weeks. This is not mining porn but mining bukake Smiley

I count 10 neptunes for 33ish TH/s

5 of those boxes equals one neptune.

Each neptune running at max 3.2 to 3.3 TH/s depending on cooling and die issues
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June 30, 2014, 01:43:46 PM
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Don't mine until they die, but mine until your electricity costs more than the income from mining.  At that point it's cheaper to buy the coins than mining.  It's probably not worth it to ship a Jup now anyways.

Mining at a small loss may be useful sometimes. For example it you want to mitigate hash-power concentration. Of course mining at a loss makes more sense with negligible power draw, so I doubt the very large hashers would be able to employ that strategy for long.

With my 1 10 Ghash/s blade, Internet connectivity is the dominant cost. Currently, I have 100% of the mining revenue ear-marked for paying power costs. A faster hasher may pay for it's Internet for a few months: doubt it would pay for the hardware cost though.

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June 30, 2014, 05:20:22 PM
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Two alternative setups for the gigampz boards: you can fit 2 16awg wires per terminal if you need to balance larger loads. I sell both the 6" 18awg splitters and 24" 16awg leads in my signature link


This is what happens when you use adapters with thin wires unable to carry a load. notice this is an 8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe adapter that burnt up under 200w load, probably only a 22awg wire at best. it even melted into a nearby fan wire.



notice the difference between the burnt-out adapter and the 18awg y-splitter I sell. There is also a 16awg tip from the 24" cable visible, which is a little bit thicker again.

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
No longer a wannabe - now an ASIC owner!
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June 30, 2014, 11:56:23 PM
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Hi again all I posted previously and have upgraded my Mining Setup Significantly since then.

*UPDATE: All my SHA256d ASiC(s) have been sold or given towards debt repayment. 7 of the GAWMiner Fury(s) have been given towards debt repayment leaving only the Zoomhash A2 Terminator 88-95 MH/s , the Gridseed G Blade(s) 5.2-5.9 MH/s , the Desktop PC(s) and the HIS R9 290(s) remaining.

I currently have

SCRYPT:
________

1 x Zoomhash A2 Terminator 88-95 MH/s

3 x Gridseed G Blade 5.2-5.9 MH/s

7 x GAWMiner Fury(s) 1.3 MH/s *SENT TO abbeytim TOWARDS DEBT REPAYMENT*

SHA256d:
_________

1 x Bitmain Tech Antminer S1 180 GH/s *SENT TO abbeytim TOWARDS DEBT REPAYMENT*

8 x Bitfountain/ASiCMiNER Block Erupter 336 MH/s *SOLD FOR $2.50 USD EACH @ BITCOIN AVERAGE HOURLY PRICE*

18 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U1 1.6 GH/s *SOLD FOR $5 USD EACH @ BITCOIN AVERAGE HOURLY PRICE*

33 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U2 1.6 GH/s *SOLD FOR $2.50 USD EACH @ BITCOIN AVERAGE HOURLY PRICE*

Wild Keccak:
___________

2 x AMD FX 8350 4.8 GHz Overlocked

1 x AMD FX 6100 4.4 GHz Overclocked

1 x AMD Phenom II X4 B55 3.3 GHz Unlocked

1 x AMD Athlon 4200+ X2 2.2 GHz Undervolted

X11 / X13:
__________

4 x HIS R9 290 4 GB Stock (Memory Clock is crazy high on these)


Currently this is the other things that arn't on the Industrial Rack so once I move absolutely everything onto the Industrial Rack I will take some nice photos of it all running at once



Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

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July 01, 2014, 02:58:19 AM
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Man where ever i ask they say grindseed is not profitable anymore . IS it  ?
What coin do u mine with them ? I can get couple for 50$ each . Is it worth it ?

Its a gamble.. maybe it is, maybe its not.

yer right it is a gamble...but i'd say its a really bad gamble...everything is exploding now with asic's...really nuffin ya can do cept buy coins...

As I see it, theres two options... You just mentioned the best one - and the one that'll get you in for whatever amount of money you have at your disposal..

The 2nd one is for the guys with a lot of cash. Buy in hard in asics with the best $/ghs ratio and/or w/ghs ratio. With a perdicted ROI date (if you can get gear at a price that gives you one) and make as much coin in profits as possible afterwards.. - then, offload your gear when its not viable at your power costs anymore.. maybe, somewhere in the world it is for someone whos willing to bet on coins gaining value..

+1 yep that is what i'm doing with my jups...cept i'm not ever gona sell'em...they will mine til they give out to try and get as much coins from them as i can...

Don't mine until they die, but mine until your electricity costs more than the income from mining.  At that point it's cheaper to buy the coins than mining.  It's probably not worth it to ship a Jup now anyways.

might be cheaper...but i can do both Smiley just won't be able to buy as much...and i just can't see turning them off when they have paid for themselves...just can't see it...its like taking them and throwing them away...when they still work...eh we'll see...right now summer heat is heating up the basement pretty good...my heat extractor is getting most of it out the house...still making a few tweaks here and there...

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July 01, 2014, 03:33:34 AM
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Hi again all I posted previously and have upgraded my Mining Setup Significantly since then.

I currently have

SCRYPT:
________

1 x Zoomhash A2 Terminator 88-95 MH/s

3 x Gridseed G Blade 5.2-5.9 MH/s

7 x GAWMiner Fury(s) 1.3 MH/s

SHA256d:
_________

1 x Bitmain Tech Antminer S1 180 GH/s

8 x Bitfountain/ASiCMiNER Block Erupter 336 MH/s

18 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U1 1.6 GH/s

33 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U2 1.6 GH/s

Wild Keccak:
___________

2 x AMD FX 8350 4.8 GHz Overlocked

1 x AMD FX 6300 4.4 GHz Overclocked

1 x AMD Phenom II X4 B55 3.3 GHz Overclocked

1 x AMD Athlon 4200+ X2 2.2 GHz Undervolted

X11 / X13:
__________

4 x HIS R9 290 4 GB Stock (Memory Clock is crazy high on these)

aaaaand a ton of unpaid loans


Currently this is the other things that arn't on the Industrial Rack so once I move absolutely everything onto the Industrial Rack I will take some nice photos of it all running at once



Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

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July 01, 2014, 05:45:07 AM
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Can i5 core be sufficient?
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July 01, 2014, 06:21:00 AM
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Can i5 core be sufficient?
Gotta Picture of yours?
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July 01, 2014, 09:49:13 AM
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Man where ever i ask they say grindseed is not profitable anymore . IS it  ?
What coin do u mine with them ? I can get couple for 50$ each . Is it worth it ?

Its a gamble.. maybe it is, maybe its not.

yer right it is a gamble...but i'd say its a really bad gamble...everything is exploding now with asic's...really nuffin ya can do cept buy coins...

As I see it, theres two options... You just mentioned the best one - and the one that'll get you in for whatever amount of money you have at your disposal..

The 2nd one is for the guys with a lot of cash. Buy in hard in asics with the best $/ghs ratio and/or w/ghs ratio. With a perdicted ROI date (if you can get gear at a price that gives you one) and make as much coin in profits as possible afterwards.. - then, offload your gear when its not viable at your power costs anymore.. maybe, somewhere in the world it is for someone whos willing to bet on coins gaining value..

+1 yep that is what i'm doing with my jups...cept i'm not ever gona sell'em...they will mine til they give out to try and get as much coins from them as i can...

Don't mine until they die, but mine until your electricity costs more than the income from mining.  At that point it's cheaper to buy the coins than mining.  It's probably not worth it to ship a Jup now anyways.

might be cheaper...but i can do both Smiley just won't be able to buy as much...and i just can't see turning them off when they have paid for themselves...just can't see it...its like taking them and throwing them away...when they still work...eh we'll see...right now summer heat is heating up the basement pretty good...my heat extractor is getting most of it out the house...still making a few tweaks here and there...

See, that's where mining sickness has clouded your judgement.  It's the VOCs given off by the hardware Smiley .  I can understand running them in winter at a loss for some heat, but not in summer.

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July 01, 2014, 10:05:00 AM
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Hi again all I posted previously and have upgraded my Mining Setup Significantly since then.

I currently have

SCRYPT:
________

1 x Zoomhash A2 Terminator 88-95 MH/s

3 x Gridseed G Blade 5.2-5.9 MH/s

7 x GAWMiner Fury(s) 1.3 MH/s

SHA256d:
_________

1 x Bitmain Tech Antminer S1 180 GH/s

8 x Bitfountain/ASiCMiNER Block Erupter 336 MH/s

18 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U1 1.6 GH/s

33 x Bitmain Tech Antminer U2 1.6 GH/s

Wild Keccak:
___________

2 x AMD FX 8350 4.8 GHz Overlocked

1 x AMD FX 6300 4.4 GHz Overclocked

1 x AMD Phenom II X4 B55 3.3 GHz Overclocked

1 x AMD Athlon 4200+ X2 2.2 GHz Undervolted

X11 / X13:
__________

4 x HIS R9 290 4 GB Stock (Memory Clock is crazy high on these)

aaaaand a ton of unpaid loans


Currently this is the other things that arn't on the Industrial Rack so once I move absolutely everything onto the Industrial Rack I will take some nice photos of it all running at once



Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

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I guess under 10 loans is defined as a ton now Cheesy

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July 01, 2014, 06:24:09 PM
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CrazyRabbi, How much of that hash is from people you scammed?
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July 01, 2014, 10:33:47 PM
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CrazyRabbi, How much of that hash is from people you scammed?

%0 Smiley

And who exactly are these "people I scammed" ?

Everyone has been getting repaid for years.

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July 01, 2014, 11:09:34 PM
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Two alternative setups for the gigampz boards: you can fit 2 16awg wires per terminal if you need to balance larger loads. I sell both the 6" 18awg splitters and 24" 16awg leads in my signature link

This is what happens when you use adapters with thin wires unable to carry a load. notice this is an 8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe adapter that burnt up under 200w load, probably only a 22awg wire at best. it even melted into a nearby fan wire.

notice the difference between the burnt-out adapter and the 18awg y-splitter I sell. There is also a 16awg tip from the 24" cable visible, which is a little bit thicker again.


Think you've posted this in enough threads yet?
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July 02, 2014, 09:57:21 AM
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Two alternative setups for the gigampz boards: you can fit 2 16awg wires per terminal if you need to balance larger loads. I sell both the 6" 18awg splitters and 24" 16awg leads in my signature link

This is what happens when you use adapters with thin wires unable to carry a load. notice this is an 8pin ATX to 6pin PCIe adapter that burnt up under 200w load, probably only a 22awg wire at best. it even melted into a nearby fan wire.

notice the difference between the burnt-out adapter and the 18awg y-splitter I sell. There is also a 16awg tip from the 24" cable visible, which is a little bit thicker again.


Think you've posted this in enough threads yet?

I updated my sales thread and thought that an example of some cord setups plus what cheap cables look like after burning through may be relevant to this thread. #miningrigfireporn

24" PCI-E cables with 16AWG wires and stripped ends - great for server PSU mods, best prices https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563461 also selling 6" M-F-M PCIe splitters and PCIe-PCIe
No longer a wannabe - now an ASIC owner!
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July 02, 2014, 07:15:58 PM
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Neptune card in Novec 7100.  This was just a quick test.  Hopefully I will have more numbers tomorrow.


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July 02, 2014, 07:30:28 PM
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Neptune card in Novec 7100.  This was just a quick test.  Hopefully I will have more numbers tomorrow.

WOW!!! My brain knows it's ok, but I still would be terrified sticking a miner in liquid.

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July 02, 2014, 07:51:26 PM
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Neptune card in Novec 7100...

Coolness!  What are you using to recondense it, or is it just a test setup?  How much did you pay for the Novec, if it's not rude to ask?  
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