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July 23, 2014, 07:09:21 AM
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You want to leave your miners outside?

I can protect them from the sun so they would be cooler than inside a room, and in winter, middle part of terrace has roof so no problem and water doesnt get there, also i can protect them with something else.

Thing is its impossible to have 2 or more miners inside a room, so much hot....
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July 23, 2014, 07:54:18 AM
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You want to leave your miners outside?

I can protect them from the sun so they would be cooler than inside a room, and in winter, middle part of terrace has roof so no problem and water doesnt get there, also i can protect them with something else.

Thing is its impossible to have 2 or more miners inside a room, so much hot....

How is the humidity?
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July 23, 2014, 07:57:47 AM
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You want to leave your miners outside?

I can protect them from the sun so they would be cooler than inside a room, and in winter, middle part of terrace has roof so no problem and water doesnt get there, also i can protect them with something else.

Thing is its impossible to have 2 or more miners inside a room, so much hot....

How is the humidity?

Very low, i live in madrid, spain.
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July 23, 2014, 08:06:50 AM
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You want to leave your miners outside?

I can protect them from the sun so they would be cooler than inside a room, and in winter, middle part of terrace has roof so no problem and water doesnt get there, also i can protect them with something else.

Thing is its impossible to have 2 or more miners inside a room, so much hot....

How is the humidity?

Very low, i live in madrid, spain.

http://www.target.com/p/room-essentials-5-tier-wire-shelving-black/-/A-13892293#prodSlot=medium_1_1&term=shelves

There are smaller versions, the 3 shelf and 4 shelf version. You might be able to find something local.

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July 23, 2014, 08:42:54 AM
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You want to leave your miners outside?

I can protect them from the sun so they would be cooler than inside a room, and in winter, middle part of terrace has roof so no problem and water doesnt get there, also i can protect them with something else.

Thing is its impossible to have 2 or more miners inside a room, so much hot....

How is the humidity?

Very low, i live in madrid, spain.

http://www.target.com/p/room-essentials-5-tier-wire-shelving-black/-/A-13892293#prodSlot=medium_1_1&term=shelves

There are smaller versions, the 3 shelf and 4 shelf version. You might be able to find something local.

yeah something like that was what i was planning to buy hehe. Smiley thx
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July 24, 2014, 07:09:10 AM
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B looks like it would get rained on. I assume Madrid does get some rain, at some point in the year..

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July 24, 2014, 07:30:58 AM
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B looks like it would get rained on. I assume Madrid does get some rain, at some point in the year..

Yeah, right, and this year more often than any other year.

Covered area with roof (area A) its the chosen one i think Smiley I will just have to buy something to protect shelf from sun the few hours that sun hits that area Grin
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July 24, 2014, 10:28:07 AM
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B looks like it would get rained on. I assume Madrid does get some rain, at some point in the year..

Yeah, right, and this year more often than any other year.

Covered area with roof (area A) its the chosen one i think Smiley I will just have to buy something to protect shelf from sun the few hours that sun hits that area Grin

At the very least I would keep some kind of very sheer material covering the miners, like maybe the mesh used in a window screen.  This would deflect most water droplets wherever they may come from.  Hot miners won't condense water but the roof will and a few drops falling down and poof.

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July 24, 2014, 02:18:01 PM
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B looks like it would get rained on. I assume Madrid does get some rain, at some point in the year..

Yeah, right, and this year more often than any other year.

Covered area with roof (area A) its the chosen one i think Smiley I will just have to buy something to protect shelf from sun the few hours that sun hits that area Grin

Here is my open air setup of S2s running on an empty apartment that I own.
(Local laws WILL make me loose the apartment if I rent it, that´s why I mine there).
It has been running without issue for a few months. It has rained over there a few times without issues so far.
The only thing that really becomes an issue is the dust. I do need to go over there every 3 weeks to clean them with an air compressor.
The image has low quality because I took it from the security camera. I could take better pictures the next time i go there if you´r interested.
The rack it´s located at about 2.5 meters from the balcony.
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July 25, 2014, 02:59:38 AM
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B looks like it would get rained on. I assume Madrid does get some rain, at some point in the year..

Yeah, right, and this year more often than any other year.

Covered area with roof (area A) its the chosen one i think Smiley I will just have to buy something to protect shelf from sun the few hours that sun hits that area Grin

Here is my open air setup of S2s running on an empty apartment that I own.
(Local laws WILL make me loose the apartment if I rent it, that´s why I mine there).
It has been running without issue for a few months. It has rained over there a few times without issues so far.
The only thing that really becomes an issue is the dust. I do need to go over there every 3 weeks to clean them with an air compressor.
The image has low quality because I took it from the security camera. I could take better pictures the next time i go there if you´r interested.
The rack it´s located at about 2.5 meters from the balcony.
Cheers


dam your lucky to have an empty space to mine in...nice setup...if i only had the space n power n money to go bigger Sad

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July 25, 2014, 09:20:02 PM
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I got some more mining porn today.  Smiley


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July 25, 2014, 09:34:11 PM
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I got some more mining porn today.  Smiley

Very nice!!!

Are you using the 2000w server PSUs? How many S3s can they safely handle? I have counted 4 per PSU, how much they are pulling from PSU?

Thanks!
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July 25, 2014, 09:37:52 PM
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I got some more mining porn today.  Smiley

Very nice!!!

Are you using the 2000w server PSUs? How many S3s can they safely handle?

Thanks!

Yes I am using the DPS2000-BB's.  I am running 4 S3's per PSU.  I bet I could run more but I only have 8 PCIE cables per PSU.

I am pulling 33 amps @ 240V for 24 of them so 330W each.  That is only 1320W per PSU.  I could put 2 more easy on each PSU if I made new cables with more PCIE connectors.

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July 25, 2014, 09:40:35 PM
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Yes I am using the DPS2000-BB's.  I am running 4 S3's per PSU.  I bet I could run more but I only have 8 PCIE cables per PSU.

I am pulling 33 amps @ 240V for 24 of them so 330W each.  That is only 1320W per PSU.  I could put 2 more easy on each PSU if I made new cables with more PCIE connectors.

 Grin Good. Thus you can keep your PSUs unstressed and maybe more efficient? By the way, what happened with you Novec cooling project?
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July 25, 2014, 09:46:23 PM
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Yes I am using the DPS2000-BB's.  I am running 4 S3's per PSU.  I bet I could run more but I only have 8 PCIE cables per PSU.

I am pulling 33 amps @ 240V for 24 of them so 330W each.  That is only 1320W per PSU.  I could put 2 more easy on each PSU if I made new cables with more PCIE connectors.

 Grin Good. Thus you can keep your PSUs unstressed and maybe more efficient? By the way, what happened with you Novec cooling project?

The Novec didn't let me overclock the Neptune's enough to make it worth it.  I am waiting for the Monarch's to see if I can overclock them if they ever ship.

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July 25, 2014, 09:51:17 PM
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The Novec didn't let me overclock the Neptune's enough to make it worth it.  I am waiting for the Monarch's to see if I can overclock them if they ever ship.

 Undecided

Do you happen to have some SP10s in your disposition to test with Novec? It would be very interesting to see what the performance would be. Taking in consideration that you can pull some ~100W more from the PSU, by removing the fans, and with Novecs decent cooling...
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July 25, 2014, 11:12:42 PM
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The Novec didn't let me overclock the Neptune's enough to make it worth it.  I am waiting for the Monarch's to see if I can overclock them if they ever ship.

 Undecided

Do you happen to have some SP10s in your disposition to test with Novec? It would be very interesting to see what the performance would be. Taking in consideration that you can pull some ~100W more from the PSU, by removing the fans, and with Novecs decent cooling...

Can you actually just put the whole miner in a tub full of that stuff?

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July 25, 2014, 11:39:47 PM
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The Novec didn't let me overclock the Neptune's enough to make it worth it.  I am waiting for the Monarch's to see if I can overclock them if they ever ship.

 Undecided

Do you happen to have some SP10s in your disposition to test with Novec? It would be very interesting to see what the performance would be. Taking in consideration that you can pull some ~100W more from the PSU, by removing the fans, and with Novecs decent cooling...

Can you actually just put the whole miner in a tub full of that stuff?

Probably not worth the investment...that would be hella expensive...
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July 26, 2014, 12:09:47 AM
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to make something "unusual" ive started #miningporn on instagram and twitter wherre i post rigs of mine and friends - have a look and sub if you like that stuff - http://instagram.com/kingsbtc

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July 26, 2014, 12:10:33 AM
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Yes I am using the DPS2000-BB's.  I am running 4 S3's per PSU.  I bet I could run more but I only have 8 PCIE cables per PSU.

I am pulling 33 amps @ 240V for 24 of them so 330W each.  That is only 1320W per PSU.  I could put 2 more easy on each PSU if I made new cables with more PCIE connectors.

 Grin Good. Thus you can keep your PSUs unstressed and maybe more efficient? By the way, what happened with you Novec cooling project?

The Novec didn't let me overclock the Neptune's enough to make it worth it.  I am waiting for the Monarch's to see if I can overclock them if they ever ship.

Out of curiosity were the Monarchs you ordered conversions from 65nm gear or did you pre-order Monarch?  Did they offer you cloud hashing yet?

The S3s seem to be drawing less power than I figured you would, what kind of ambient temps you have there in that warehouse?  You must have arctic ari or something Tongue

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