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July 30, 2014, 03:31:30 PM
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One Small Hurricane X6  Grin

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July 30, 2014, 03:41:03 PM
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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.


I tried these fans in the GPU days in 2012.  They are extremely fucking loud and they get very hot.  I had to disconnect them after a few days because they smelled like burning.  I don't think they are meant to be run all the time.  I used gable fans from home dept instead.  2200CFM.

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July 30, 2014, 07:57:34 PM
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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

If they are brushless motors, you can not just reverse the polarity without letting the magic smoke out. Brushless motors are essentially AC motors with an integrated controller that handles the conversion (and starting) for you.

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July 30, 2014, 08:13:19 PM
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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

If they are brushless motors, you can not just reverse the polarity without letting the magic smoke out. Brushless motors are essentially AC motors with an integrated controller that handles the conversion (and starting) for you.
Most current aftermarket automotive cooling fans are manufactured intentionally as reversible. They are typically very load as well.
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July 30, 2014, 08:27:54 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?  

It was $350 shipped for a gallon of the Novec 7100.  I used a couple of peltier chips and some heatsinks to condense the Novec.  It worked and dripped back down while it was running.  I have a much bigger tank on the way with some large radiators installed for the final unit.



How fast is the submerged stapler?  Grin
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July 30, 2014, 11:31:38 PM
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Question of higher interest to me; how silent is it? Smiley
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July 31, 2014, 01:31:28 AM
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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

If they are brushless motors, you can not just reverse the polarity without letting the magic smoke out. Brushless motors are essentially AC motors with an integrated controller that handles the conversion (and starting) for you.

can confirm that not all DC-powered fans can opperate on reverse polarity. Not all will vaporize into forever-sleep, but some simply wont spin, or will spin strangely.

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July 31, 2014, 04:39:24 AM
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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?  

It was $350 shipped for a gallon of the Novec 7100.  I used a couple of peltier chips and some heatsinks to condense the Novec.  It worked and dripped back down while it was running.  I have a much bigger tank on the way with some large radiators installed for the final unit.



How fast is the submerged stapler?  Grin

Yes indeed! How Fast IS that Stapler running at??? I want one if it at least gets an ROI!

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July 31, 2014, 04:57:44 AM
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#miningporn at twitte and instagram - remember Smiley

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July 31, 2014, 05:02:54 AM
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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

If they are brushless motors, you can not just reverse the polarity without letting the magic smoke out. Brushless motors are essentially AC motors with an integrated controller that handles the conversion (and starting) for you.

can confirm that not all DC-powered fans can opperate on reverse polarity. Not all will vaporize into forever-sleep, but some simply wont spin, or will spin strangely.

It must of been because I was working on older cars  Cheesy  92 chevy 454 SS pickup was just one that if connected backwards it would spin backwards,oh well,YMMV  Grin

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August 01, 2014, 12:00:20 AM
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https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/30721962/IMG_20140731_194710219.jpg

Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

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August 01, 2014, 12:08:15 AM
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Some good old S1's
http://i.imgur.com/s60rtdT.jpg?1

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August 01, 2014, 12:31:32 AM
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Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

Are Antminer fans pulling air? If not where is all the hot air going?

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August 01, 2014, 01:39:34 AM
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Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

Are Antminer fans pulling air? If not where is all the hot air going?
Looks like there is an exhaust duct on top of the hood, probably with a high enough CFM fan to match the combined hot air output of the S3 fans.
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August 01, 2014, 02:05:25 AM
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Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

Are Antminer fans pulling air? If not where is all the hot air going?
Looks like there is an exhaust duct on top of the hood, probably with a high enough CFM fan to match the combined hot air output of the S3 fans.

Oh I missed that. But still it looks like the exhaust duct is a bit too small. I see that it's pulling air from both left and right, but it's size is only a half of antminer for each side.

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August 01, 2014, 02:53:28 AM
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Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

Are Antminer fans pulling air? If not where is all the hot air going?
Looks like there is an exhaust duct on top of the hood, probably with a high enough CFM fan to match the combined hot air output of the S3 fans.

Oh I missed that. But still it looks like the exhaust duct is a bit too small. I see that it's pulling air from both left and right, but it's size is only a half of antminer for each side.

Ants are pulling air from front towards back.  The bottom of the hood is open as well.  Top is 6" duct with a 400cfm turbine exhausting the air.

Ants actually went up 1 degree in temp, but ambient came down 10 degrees, so my wife and my habaneros are running much happier.

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August 01, 2014, 03:11:33 AM
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http://instagram.com/p/rI7NZbwqhk/  not a rig but.. black model of 333mhs USB miner. I used to have like 20 of those Wink

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August 01, 2014, 03:18:05 AM
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August 01, 2014, 03:51:04 AM
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https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/30721962/IMG_20140731_194710219.jpg

Just finished the Antminer Hood H1.   Cheesy

Running a couple Habaneros at 1.4TH/s combined down below as well.

I love the setup.  Can you tell a little more about your cooling?  I'm interested in knowing what looks like a wooden exhaust at top?
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August 01, 2014, 07:13:50 AM
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17 Ant S1's running stable from home.  I anticipate I can add 40 more with no issues (but will probably start to pick up some s3's as well).

For a number of reasons I constructed a 3 sided 'double-pane glass room within an air conditioned glass sun room I use as a home office.  I have an exhaust fan which dumps heat directly outside and use dedicated 240 circuits to power the ants.  I can expand by tapping 2 additional 60 amp 240 services I recently ran for AC and a non-existent hot-tub.  The sub room remains at 'acceptable heat as long as the main room is kept to a max of 90 F.  Directly cooling ant-miners is a loosing battle and costs $.  My experience is that the only way to run lots of ants together is by dumping the heat outside as quickly as possible.
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