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July 28, 2014, 02:38:27 PM
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I keep the warehouse at 88F.  My 15,000cfm blower is going in tuesday to remove the heat.  I actually have 60 tons of AC already installed but I don't turn them on because they use too much power.  I use 1 AC unit to keep the building at 88F during the day.  

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What kind of blower is that?

Any idea of how much KW it might be able to cool?

Well I am using a Helios KRD 500 wich pulls around 5650cfm and "drains" my pocket with 1,72kW so you do the math.


My fan is more than enough to cool 100 ATI Radeon 280X/290 cards on SCrypt, I can bet it can cool twice that, if I had better air ducts (im using a 50x50 air duct and a adapter)


Awesome, I bet it is noisy as hell..

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July 28, 2014, 03:16:34 PM
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You can hear it from around 100 meters, but I am in an industrial area so its not a prob.

At peak it was cooling around 26kW of mining hardware with outside air around 25-30'C.
Staying inside is a torture, cause everything is put in a confined 20m2 space, it is basically a big computer case, but cards stay around 80-85'C when mining SCrypt

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July 28, 2014, 08:35:44 PM
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Would love to actually see some "pictures of your mining rigs"!   Roll Eyes


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July 28, 2014, 08:41:30 PM
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Would love to actually see some "pictures of your mining rigs"!   Roll Eyes


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July 28, 2014, 08:46:59 PM
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Would love to actually see some "pictures of your mining rigs"!   Roll Eyes

[ IMG]http://i.imgur.com/5ofR2Wq.jpg[/img]

I see quite a few things in that pic Im jealous of....

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July 28, 2014, 09:14:38 PM
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I keep the warehouse at 88F.  My 15,000cfm blower is going in tuesday to remove the heat.  I actually have 60 tons of AC already installed but I don't turn them on because they use too much power.  I use 1 AC unit to keep the building at 88F during the day.  

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What kind of blower is that?

Any idea of how much KW it might be able to cool?

Well I am using a Helios KRD 500 wich pulls around 5650cfm and "drains" my pocket with 1,72kW so you do the math.
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My fan is more than enough to cool 100 ATI Radeon 280X/290 cards on SCrypt, I can bet it can cool twice that, if I had better air ducts (im using a 50x50 air duct and a adapter)


Thank you for sharing your exhaust I have to admit this makes me jealous seeing.
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July 28, 2014, 09:37:17 PM
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Would love to actually see some "pictures of your mining rigs"!   Roll Eyes



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July 29, 2014, 01:40:15 PM
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July 29, 2014, 03:41:43 PM
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Preparing 3 miners....

http://i.imgur.com/ei0WL5x.jpg?1

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July 29, 2014, 05:04:37 PM
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Would love to actually see some "pictures of your mining rigs"!   Roll Eyes



This is hardcore miners porn! What is the noise like in a setup of this size? I see a camper back there, so someone is obviously living there, or is that just a office, for 24/7 monitoring?

Kewl setup. Thanks. 

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July 29, 2014, 10:26:15 PM
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Normaly just mine with 3-5x S1 ants and buy new as i resell them, but bought a bigger stack of miners than normal so time to setup a shelf i guess Smiley

First layer of unboxing done:


Scavenged some psu's off old servers in my storage unit:


The 12x 310gh/s will generate around 3900w so need to figure out some cooling.
Got 2windows in my storage room so gone put up a shelf between them and play mcgyver with some ducttape/duct/fans.

Just need to figure out how much air i need to move...
dayum...why didn't ya just get a cheap attic heat exhaust fan like me? 1300cfm should be nuff to vent the heat of those cards...it's handling 4kw heat for me Grin How loud is that thing?
Looking at the webpages of varius stores in my area they all sell the same exhaust fans that are 95m3h (3354cfh) so only 56cfm at 15$.
i am guessing that funeling 2 miners (620watt) into a fan each would be a drop in the sea? 336cfm total.

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Best ive found sofar is a 10" 72watt 2300rpm, rated 800m3, 2 of them would give 941cfm.
not too bad pricewise at 30$ each.
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July 29, 2014, 11:19:19 PM
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Normaly just mine with 3-5x S1 ants and buy new as i resell them, but bought a bigger stack of miners than normal so time to setup a shelf i guess Smiley

First layer of unboxing done:


Scavenged some psu's off old servers in my storage unit:


The 12x 310gh/s will generate around 3900w so need to figure out some cooling.
Got 2windows in my storage room so gone put up a shelf between them and play mcgyver with some ducttape/duct/fans.

Just need to figure out how much air i need to move...
dayum...why didn't ya just get a cheap attic heat exhaust fan like me? 1300cfm should be nuff to vent the heat of those cards...it's handling 4kw heat for me Grin How loud is that thing?
Looking at the webpages of varius stores in my area they all sell the same exhaust fans that are 95m3h (3354cfh) so only 56cfm at 15$.
i am guessing that funeling 2 miners (620watt) into a fan each would be a drop in the sea? 336cfm total.

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Best ive found sofar is a 10" 72watt 2300rpm, rated 800m3, 2 of them would give 941cfm.
not too bad pricewise at 30$ each.

good luck with that...hell i'd just try a walmart special fan in the window...like the big ones...not a box fan and point the miners towards it Grin and see how it handles it...course depending on where ya live...or maybe buy 2 hehe and get a wind tunnel going Smiley

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July 29, 2014, 11:30:38 PM
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I live in norway so no walmart etc stores here Sad
Only 3 large retailers that do overall gadgets in walmart style but not walmart prices or selection sadly.

So its either small fans ment for bathroom exhausts at 15$ or the engine cooline fans i found at 30$.
Next is industrial gear at well not so fun pricing.

on the plus side i do have 12c or less outside 10months of the year, so semi-cold air to use.
downside is that since there is at most 1hot week of summer, there is no demand for diy A/C etc
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July 30, 2014, 02:07:04 AM
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Just need to figure out how much air i need to move...
dayum...why didn't ya just get a cheap attic heat exhaust fan like me? 1300cfm should be nuff to vent the heat of those cards...it's handling 4kw heat for me Grin How loud is that thing?
Looking at the webpages of varius stores in my area they all sell the same exhaust fans that are 95m3h (3354cfh) so only 56cfm at 15$.
i am guessing that funeling 2 miners (620watt) into a fan each would be a drop in the sea? 336cfm total.

edit:
Best ive found sofar is a 10" 72watt 2300rpm, rated 800m3, 2 of them would give 941cfm.
not too bad pricewise at 30$ each.

You are right.  Not many big workhorses out their.  This on is not bad at 6900 cfm but it's pricing.  I searched under "whole house attic fan."

http://www.lifeandhome.com/air-vent-54508-whole-house-fans-36-6900-cfm.html?gclid=CjwKEAjwjN2eBRDbyPWl0JLY5lYSJACPo0UiYf7fUxnwyWoL-01sFHuyQKTh2hR4sW8weNvNLFqUYxoChGrw_wcB
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July 30, 2014, 04:43:39 AM
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Preparing 3 miners....



What are those?

Ahhh IC modded S1s with attached PSU... Very nice

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July 30, 2014, 05:22:47 AM
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July 30, 2014, 05:45:44 AM
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neptune rigs

SO Glad I got refund for my 2 x Neptune..  would have been wiring nightmare 10 boxes and then 2 months later another 10 boxes..  UGH. Thank God for BitmainTech.
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July 30, 2014, 06:11:44 AM
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I live in norway so no walmart etc stores here Sad
Only 3 large retailers that do overall gadgets in walmart style but not walmart prices or selection sadly.

So its either small fans ment for bathroom exhausts at 15$ or the engine cooline fans i found at 30$.
Next is industrial gear at well not so fun pricing.

on the plus side i do have 12c or less outside 10months of the year, so semi-cold air to use.
downside is that since there is at most 1hot week of summer, there is no demand for diy A/C etc

You have an auto junkyard near you Huh Electric engine fans run on 12 volt,get a scrap one or 2.They move pretty good CFM & should be cheap  Wink

They're waterproof,so you could mount them outside & since they're DC,you can reverse the rotation if needed   Grin

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July 30, 2014, 01:10:43 PM
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I live in norway so no walmart etc stores here Sad
Only 3 large retailers that do overall gadgets in walmart style but not walmart prices or selection sadly.

So its either small fans ment for bathroom exhausts at 15$ or the engine cooline fans i found at 30$.
Next is industrial gear at well not so fun pricing.

on the plus side i do have 12c or less outside 10months of the year, so semi-cold air to use.
downside is that since there is at most 1hot week of summer, there is no demand for diy A/C etc

You have an auto junkyard near you Huh Electric engine fans run on 12 volt,get a scrap one or 2.They move pretty good CFM & should be cheap  Wink

They're waterproof,so you could mount them outside & since they're DC,you can reverse the rotation if needed   Grin
Going with 2x engine cooling fans from a local carparts warehouse.

14" 2200rpm 80watt 12V - 530cfm, so 1060cfm total.
70$ new for both so fairly cheap, hopefully that is enough and if not a third will be added for 1590cfm total.

Rough sketch.

2x 4" ducts from each fan going to a 2x4" adapters pointing out the window gap (might skip the adapters depending on how flimsy they look)
(live on street level in the middle of a city so not very comfortable leaving the window open beyond its outer locking point.)
got a window on the other side of the shelf also to take in cold air, got room for 8x ducts in the window so can go up to 4x 4" for each fan if needed.

So budget/cost:
Cooling - 110$
shelf - 25$
miners - 3370$
psus/wiering - had already
Total - 3505$, so 0.95$ per gh/s with miners/shipping/cooling etc
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July 30, 2014, 03:23:13 PM
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Before:




After the ASIC jump:





Exhaust:





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