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December 02, 2014, 01:45:39 PM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.
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December 02, 2014, 02:23:43 PM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.

I prefer LED turned off as each LED is about 1 watt and the total farm would take 20-30 watts which is still a burden when it come to ROI...

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December 02, 2014, 02:32:35 PM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.

I prefer LED turned off as each LED is about 1 watt and the total farm would take 20-30 watts which is still a burden when it come to ROI...

Seriously? 20w is maybe $2/month- definitely not breaking the bank, and looms pretty.

Most led power supplies do have a switch for the lights though

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December 03, 2014, 04:33:50 PM
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dude, I don't even care about electricity, I don't need to turn the leds off Tongue

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December 04, 2014, 11:42:55 AM
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20 watts over a year is  almost $60 here in Australia so yes, lights and bezels etc are wasteful if your electricity is expensive...

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December 04, 2014, 01:06:01 PM
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20 watts over a year is  almost $60 here in Australia so yes, lights and bezels etc are wasteful if your electricity is expensive...

Wasteful no matter what the price of electricity is...

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December 04, 2014, 01:12:04 PM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.

I prefer LED turned off as each LED is about 1 watt and the total farm would take 20-30 watts which is still a burden when it come to ROI...
1 watt LEDs are what goes into flashlights, the really bright ones. Those colored LEDs are under 100mW.
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December 04, 2014, 01:19:59 PM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.

I prefer LED turned off as each LED is about 1 watt and the total farm would take 20-30 watts which is still a burden when it come to ROI...
1 watt LEDs are what goes into flashlights, the really bright ones. Those colored LEDs are under 100mW.

Exactly. People are throwing figures left and right here. All those LED's on the picture spend $0.2 - $0.5 / month. Calculate the consumption of all the power supplies on the picture and you'll see that my estimation of LED's spending < 0.1% of all that electricity has to be correct.
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December 04, 2014, 08:29:35 PM
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Here are some  photos .  movers blanket lowers sound a lot. note open garage door .

 this is around  6.8th   4 x sp40 = 5.3th  3 x s-3 = 1.5 th    >>>>>>>>> really it is about 8.2th on the far left are 3 more s-3's

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 4 sp20's
 3 s-3's  
2 evga 1300 g2
1 evga 1600 p2
1 seasonic 1200 plat




third shot  white blanket is fire proof I need a few pieces of sheet metal to feel really safe



fourth

 clamp stops  gear from falling    stack is    (s-3) sp20 sp20 sp20 sp20 (s-3)



fifth

 some hot air tries to come back into garage those fans blow it out



sixth
fire proof material protects a board also fan brings in cooler air------------------------------------ This is a 4 month winter setup



seventh   sound is reduced a lot all fans are 50 or 60  this garage is attached to my home and  basement den for Home Theater.  I can watch tv and movies more important my wife thinks it is not crazy loud


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December 04, 2014, 09:08:04 PM
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Instead of sheet metal, you could also use cement sheeting. May even find some metal sheet roofing at your local tip or hardware store.
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December 04, 2014, 09:09:38 PM
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home depot carries basic sheet metal for all those small tasks. same area as nuts and bolts and such, i think.
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December 04, 2014, 10:28:11 PM
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Yeah I will use the cement board normally used  for tiling good idea.  And a bit of aluminum flashing I purchased the flashing at Lowes. I will post more photos soon.

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December 08, 2014, 11:11:29 PM
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A friend also mentioned your local car junk yard, you can likely pick up sound deadening material that is really really fire proof. He used it for a generator enclosure.

Look forward to more pics!
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December 09, 2014, 02:50:35 PM
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I use aluminium sheet to reduce the noise (it is also 100% fire proof), just need to make sure it have good support so it doesn't make loud sounds especially when wind blow on it...

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December 10, 2014, 02:31:00 AM
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How about fiber duct board,about $35 per 1" or 1 1/2" thick,10ft long x 4ft wide sheet  Wink

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=duct+board&tag=mh0b-20&index=aps&hvadid=3527193553&ref=pd_sl_35nb1bona5_p

Didn't see it at Home Depot or Lowes,just small pieces for mixing boxes  Roll Eyes

Local A/C supply houses sell the sheets,United Refrigeration Inc. usually sells to walkin customers,on the phone all will say "Gotta be a contactor to buy from us".So just walk in & see if ya get lucky  Wink

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December 10, 2014, 06:36:18 AM
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Could save some electricity charge if the power supply fancy LED lights are kept off.

All those LED lights spend less than a 1% of electricity involved, in fact real number is probably even < 0.1%. Next to nothing would be gained by turning them off.

I prefer LED turned off as each LED is about 1 watt and the total farm would take 20-30 watts which is still a burden when it come to ROI...
1 watt LEDs are what goes into flashlights, the really bright ones. Those colored LEDs are under 100mW.

Exactly. People are throwing figures left and right here. All those LED's on the picture spend $0.2 - $0.5 / month. Calculate the consumption of all the power supplies on the picture and you'll see that my estimation of LED's spending < 0.1% of all that electricity has to be correct.

People is not the leds, its the setup that the financial problem. My calculations made it clear there is almost on income a day. In best cace a view dollars a day.

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This is the calculation Whit this setup you make around two dollars depending of the cost KiloWatt.


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December 11, 2014, 10:13:32 AM
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current info: running time - 15 minutes
GHS: 473.69
Watt: 469 at wall

when i start it up several of the blades produce a lot of errors, but it equals out over time...

i will post stats after 6 hours again

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December 11, 2014, 10:48:21 AM
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Nice usb hub

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December 14, 2014, 07:18:50 PM
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Well I did say every month I would add 4 miners, so here are the next lot installed.

Currently, all 8 are hashing at 4TH


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December 14, 2014, 09:32:43 PM
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Love the minimalist design aspect Smiley

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