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December 28, 2014, 10:31:42 PM
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nice pics Smiley

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December 29, 2014, 12:25:20 AM
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5 antminer S1 units, cooled by a pair of Cougar 90cfm fans and running approx 460GH/430W  (still working on tuning, 2 units are only running 70GH). Runs off a single CS650M

ps: temps are up around 60-65C, and the hardware seems fine with that. I plan to get it in a cooler location soon though to drop temps 5-10C


Very cool efficient setup!

Edit: What are your clock settings?

not all the boards are equally modded - the 5 pairs of boards range from voltage of 0.75-0.85V and as such use frequencies between 193-212 with to:45-55. I find at low speeds trying a lower timeout can help, but tends to result in lower speeds (the temps also cause that - a bit cooler intake would help)

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December 29, 2014, 06:26:26 AM
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My office heater ~1th
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December 29, 2014, 02:52:25 PM
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My office heater ~1th

Another beautiful Frankenstein S1 machine!

I have to get off my butt and get my S1's back in the game Smiley

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December 29, 2014, 03:47:16 PM
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This is my Miner  Grin


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December 29, 2014, 04:42:59 PM
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My office heater ~1th

Another beautiful Frankenstein S1 machine!
I have to get off my butt and get my S1's back in the game Smiley

1TH from 6 S1 units - thats about 1400W correct?

The S1 units can go to around 1w/gh at a lower voltage, but still it wont do much to make them profitable. At $0.15/kwh assembling my 5 units into a stack was simply to save space and run it on 2 fans only. Ive got a box of powerful fans and big aluminum hunks to deal with still though - Im hoping each frame is worth >$5 to a scrap dealer, and the fans are worth about $10 each to myself whenever ueful for other hardware (I changed all the rockminer fans for antminer fans)

edit: a bit of gooling indicates that scrap aluminum from radiators or cast aluminum is worth less than high-quality items like car rims - about $0.50-0.70 per pound.

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
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December 29, 2014, 05:11:55 PM
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My office heater ~1th

Another beautiful Frankenstein S1 machine!
I have to get off my butt and get my S1's back in the game Smiley

1TH from 6 S1 units - thats about 1400W correct?

The S1 units can go to around 1w/gh at a lower voltage, but still it wont do much to make them profitable. At $0.15/kwh assembling my 5 units into a stack was simply to save space and run it on 2 fans only. Ive got a box of powerful fans and big aluminum hunks to deal with still though - Im hoping each frame is worth >$5 to a scrap dealer, and the fans are worth about $10 each to myself whenever ueful for other hardware (I changed all the rockminer fans for antminer fans)

edit: a bit of gooling indicates that scrap aluminum from radiators or cast aluminum is worth less than high-quality items like car rims - about $0.50-0.70 per pound.

Only $0.15 cents!? Here in Holland 0.235 euro cent kilowatt. ($0.28)

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December 29, 2014, 08:27:42 PM
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My office heater ~1th

Another beautiful Frankenstein S1 machine!
I have to get off my butt and get my S1's back in the game Smiley

1TH from 6 S1 units - thats about 1400W correct?

The S1 units can go to around 1w/gh at a lower voltage, but still it wont do much to make them profitable. At $0.15/kwh assembling my 5 units into a stack was simply to save space and run it on 2 fans only. Ive got a box of powerful fans and big aluminum hunks to deal with still though - Im hoping each frame is worth >$5 to a scrap dealer, and the fans are worth about $10 each to myself whenever ueful for other hardware (I changed all the rockminer fans for antminer fans)

edit: a bit of gooling indicates that scrap aluminum from radiators or cast aluminum is worth less than high-quality items like car rims - about $0.50-0.70 per pound.


Nah its only ~600gh from the 6 s1's plus the s3 make up the ~1th I have not looked in a long time to see the power draw but Ill look today.
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December 29, 2014, 08:32:56 PM
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My office heater ~1th

Another beautiful Frankenstein S1 machine!
I have to get off my butt and get my S1's back in the game Smiley

1TH from 6 S1 units - thats about 1400W correct?

The S1 units can go to around 1w/gh at a lower voltage, but still it wont do much to make them profitable. At $0.15/kwh assembling my 5 units into a stack was simply to save space and run it on 2 fans only. Ive got a box of powerful fans and big aluminum hunks to deal with still though - Im hoping each frame is worth >$5 to a scrap dealer, and the fans are worth about $10 each to myself whenever ueful for other hardware (I changed all the rockminer fans for antminer fans)

edit: a bit of gooling indicates that scrap aluminum from radiators or cast aluminum is worth less than high-quality items like car rims - about $0.50-0.70 per pound.

Only $0.15 cents!? Here in Holland 0.235 euro cent kilowatt. ($0.28)

how does one even have a hope in hell of mining at that price? Sad  even at $0.15 CAD (so actually about $0.13 USD) I need to make some optimistic estimates when justifying a hardware purchase. The guys with $0.05/kwh are the ones that are building megawatt farms and laughing thier way to the bank with 2-3x the profit/TH

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
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December 29, 2014, 09:51:11 PM
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not really. i pay 0.064 and it was not worth it at ~$330 BTC

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December 29, 2014, 10:40:09 PM
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not really. i pay 0.064 and it was not worth it at ~$330 BTC

dpends on how optimistic you are regarding price and network difficulty growth slowing down over the next 12 months. At $0.13 USD/kwh my assumptions include >$1000 by 2016 and difficulty growth sticking around 4-5%/jump for the next while, at least until price growth. Theres also the fact that hardware often sells used for 2-3x its mining value near the end of its life. Right now, S3 units are still selling for $200 and the S1 goes for ~$50 on sites like kijiji, craigslist, ebay, despite the fact you can get new hardware that is similar hashrates but more efficient for similar $/GH.

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
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December 29, 2014, 10:44:54 PM
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not really. i pay 0.064 and it was not worth it at ~$330 BTC

dpends on how optimistic you are regarding price and network difficulty growth slowing down over the next 12 months. At $0.13 USD/kwh my assumptions include >$1000 by 2016 and difficulty growth sticking around 4-5%/jump for the next while, at least until price growth. Theres also the fact that hardware often sells used for 2-3x its mining value near the end of its life. Right now, S3 units are still selling for $200 and the S1 goes for ~$50 on sites like kijiji, craigslist, ebay, despite the fact you can get new hardware that is similar hashrates but more efficient for similar $/GH.

all i can say is good luck to you LOL. im not going to pay $700 a month in power bills hoping to make money some time down the road maybe (probably not)

s1 are not going for $50 on ebay. maybe in including shipping.

i sold 70+ of them for about $20-$25 on ebay a couple weeks ago.

and the s3s for $150-$180 including shipping

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December 30, 2014, 01:08:04 AM
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not really. i pay 0.064 and it was not worth it at ~$330 BTC

dpends on how optimistic you are regarding price and network difficulty growth slowing down over the next 12 months. At $0.13 USD/kwh my assumptions include >$1000 by 2016 and difficulty growth sticking around 4-5%/jump for the next while, at least until price growth. Theres also the fact that hardware often sells used for 2-3x its mining value near the end of its life. Right now, S3 units are still selling for $200 and the S1 goes for ~$50 on sites like kijiji, craigslist, ebay, despite the fact you can get new hardware that is similar hashrates but more efficient for similar $/GH.

all i can say is good luck to you LOL. im not going to pay $700 a month in power bills hoping to make money some time down the road maybe (probably not)

s1 are not going for $50 on ebay. maybe in including shipping.

i sold 70+ of them for about $20-$25 on ebay a couple weeks ago.

and the s3s for $150-$180 including shipping

Ive had good luck selling at decent prices locally Smiley
IMo mining gives the ability to invest that $700 monthly, rather than entirely up-front. I view mining as a way of hedging. It provides me with the ability to produce BTC at a profit and easily move money into BTC without an exchange. If prices dwindle I can stop mining and cut my losses in comparison to having to sell off bitcoin holdings

I vividly remember how i looked at GPU mining in 2012 and mined a few dollars with no real profitability. walked away after a week or two. Came back in mid-2013 and was amazed to see that those BTC and LTC were worth 10x as much and that GPU mining was actually becoming profitable all over again.   I think that will happen again if Bitcoin makes a large price movement, just like when everyone and thier mom was bringing S1 units and asicminer gear online last week because it was profitable for paycoin.

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
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December 31, 2014, 11:22:25 AM
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15x SP31 by FPITM Wink

More in: http://imgur.com/a/61all

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December 31, 2014, 01:58:12 PM
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15x SP31 by FPITM Wink

More in: http://imgur.com/a/61all

Thats beautiful haha what kind of cooling infrastructure do you have in place for those beasts?

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December 31, 2014, 05:27:50 PM
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15x SP31 by FPITM Wink

More in: http://imgur.com/a/61all

Thats beautiful haha what kind of cooling infrastructure do you have in place for those beasts?

Thanks Smiley
Setup it localized in old bakery-factory, so industrial grade AC with good ventilation an high chimney Wink

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December 31, 2014, 05:32:28 PM
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15x SP31 by FPITM Wink

More in: http://imgur.com/a/61all

Thats beautiful haha what kind of cooling infrastructure do you have in place for those beasts?

Thanks Smiley
Setup it localized in old bakery-factory, so industrial grade AC with good ventilation an high chimney Wink

And "industrial" electricity rates... Huh

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December 31, 2014, 05:40:34 PM
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added stuff to my garage.   Grin


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December 31, 2014, 11:11:37 PM
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bloody hell, two power plugs in the top machine? wow.
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January 01, 2015, 12:43:04 AM
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bloody hell, two power plugs in the top machine? wow.

Haha I believe that is the SP35... 3.6Kw+ of power draw... two plugs are absolutely necessary

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