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January 26, 2015, 06:17:56 AM
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Bootrack tech is so awesome!

3 PSU's, 6 SP20... How many watts are those PSU's or how far down have you underclocked and undervolted those miners?

That's a shmick setup.

lookjs like a trio of EVGA 1300G2 (so about 3.6kW of 12V available), and I beleive he runs the SP20 units around 600W/1.2TH, which fits perfectly

I'd be happy with half that setup. To run 3.2kw here would be a slaughter but damn 1.2th @ 600 is tasty.

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January 28, 2015, 01:15:56 PM
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Thought you might like to see our latest addition to the family mid-build. First batch of 100TH, another few pallets on it's way.





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January 28, 2015, 01:30:59 PM
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nice

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January 28, 2015, 04:46:54 PM
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My current setup is simply 2 Jally's and one single SC 50gh/s all in my closet at the moment. Thinking about getting a cabinet to place em in though.

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January 28, 2015, 04:54:52 PM
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My current setup is simply 2 Jally's and one single SC 50gh/s all in my closet at the moment. Thinking about getting a cabinet to place em in though.
Why are you still using such old and inefficient hardware? Unless electric is free I don't see the point.

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January 28, 2015, 04:58:11 PM
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My current setup is simply 2 Jally's and one single SC 50gh/s all in my closet at the moment. Thinking about getting a cabinet to place em in though.
Why are you still using such old and inefficient hardware? Unless electric is free I don't see the point.

because it's fun ?
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January 28, 2015, 04:59:34 PM
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Got em fairly cheap but am upgrading in a few weeks. SP20's seem like a good option. The S5's are clearly too loud.
And yes, it's fun as hell keeping these guys running.

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January 28, 2015, 05:48:02 PM
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My current setup is simply 2 Jally's and one single SC 50gh/s all in my closet at the moment. Thinking about getting a cabinet to place em in though.
Why are you still using such old and inefficient hardware? Unless electric is free I don't see the point.

because it's fun ?
Better cheap fun hardware, I totally get it although I would go for an s1 and undervolt it down instead.

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January 28, 2015, 08:29:32 PM
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i really hope i'm able to get back into bitcoin mining someday... i enjoyed it. but my little 15 gigahash isn't even worth turning on right now - even if it is only 72 watts... just a light bulb. (i think. it's a bunch of the USB sticks from ASICMINER.)

got a great electric rate too. oh well.
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January 28, 2015, 09:01:40 PM
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i really hope i'm able to get back into bitcoin mining someday... i enjoyed it. but my little 15 gigahash isn't even worth turning on right now - even if it is only 72 watts... just a light bulb. (i think. it's a bunch of the USB sticks from ASICMINER.)

got a great electric rate too. oh well.


Same here.  For as much as I'm a HODLER, it's just not the same as when you have an actual stake in mining.

The whole "supporting the network" really hits home, when you have a rig, are constantly monitoring it, upgrading CGminer, tweaking push pull fans so they blow a certain way....

Wish we could go back to 2012-early 2013 mining days.  When you could go small or big and still have fun doing it.

Nowadays, if you don't have a few terrahash, you're simply not even mining honestly.  Just spiking your electric bill for no reason...

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January 28, 2015, 09:22:26 PM
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i really hope i'm able to get back into bitcoin mining someday... i enjoyed it. but my little 15 gigahash isn't even worth turning on right now - even if it is only 72 watts... just a light bulb. (i think. it's a bunch of the USB sticks from ASICMINER.)

got a great electric rate too. oh well.


Same here.  For as much as I'm a HODLER, it's just not the same as when you have an actual stake in mining.

The whole "supporting the network" really hits home, when you have a rig, are constantly monitoring it, upgrading CGminer, tweaking push pull fans so they blow a certain way....

Wish we could go back to 2012-early 2013 mining days.  When you could go small or big and still have fun doing it.

Nowadays, if you don't have a few terrahash, you're simply not even mining honestly.  Just spiking your electric bill for no reason...

and there was a time i dreamed of a terrahash mine... like, you know, two years ago or so...
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January 28, 2015, 09:38:09 PM
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Got em fairly cheap but am upgrading in a few weeks. SP20's seem like a good option. The S5's are clearly too loud.
And yes, it's fun as hell keeping these guys running.

Either one is a good miner can not go wrong.
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January 29, 2015, 12:46:31 PM
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Looks at my monarch I ordered a few years ago. It's pretty nice.  Sad

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January 29, 2015, 12:53:34 PM
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Thought you might like to see our latest addition to the family mid-build. First batch of 100TH, another few pallets on it's way.





The capacity is live and you can find the new product announcement in our service [ANN] thread.

Justin
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www.megamine.com



very smart that you didn't use C13 PDU, ar too expensive and for exemple one APC 32A C13 PDi which is >600$ can only handle two SP35, schucko or UK cables are the best solution.

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January 29, 2015, 03:37:29 PM
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very smart that you didn't use C13 PDU, ar too expensive and for exemple one APC 32A C13 PDi which is >600$ can only handle two SP35, schucko or UK cables are the best solution.
Thanks, but we can't take the credit, the local electricians came up with the PDU.

In the new building ready in the summer we are going to tapped busbars as even this stuff works out expensive at our scale.

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January 29, 2015, 03:47:32 PM
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i just find what i think is the cheapest C13 32A PDU:

Server Tech CB-12H2-L630 12xC13 30A
160 EUR in Romania
http://www.servertech.com/products/basic-pdus/basic-pdu-cb-12h

even whit this at large scale SP35 will be alot of $

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January 30, 2015, 12:21:30 AM
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i just find what i think is the cheapest C13 32A PDU:

Server Tech CB-12H2-L630 12xC13 30A
160 EUR in Romania
http://www.servertech.com/products/basic-pdus/basic-pdu-cb-12h

even whit this at large scale SP35 will be alot of $


problem is that most of these are built with 16+ outlets on even a 250V/30A PDU, when in reality only 3-6 are required by larger power supplies

some solutions exist, but I think a lot of larger setups simply use hard-wired systems or cheaper european 250V wiring sytems

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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January 31, 2015, 03:20:24 AM
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I am sure many have built several dedicated mining rigs without monitors attached.
How do you guys monitor the PCs to make sure the mining program is still running and not hanged?

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January 31, 2015, 04:47:05 AM
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Thought you might like to see our latest addition to the family mid-build. First batch of 100TH, another few pallets on it's way.





The capacity is live and you can find the new product announcement in our service [ANN] thread.

Justin
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www.megamine.com



very smart that you didn't use C13 PDU, ar too expensive and for exemple one APC 32A C13 PDi which is >600$ can only handle two SP35, schucko or UK cables are the best solution.

that is pretty awesome Smiley

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January 31, 2015, 05:30:30 AM
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I am sure many have built several dedicated mining rigs without monitors attached.
How do you guys monitor the PCs to make sure the mining program is still running and not hanged?


ssh  Smiley

But to begin with I have a "watchdog" script that restarts cgminer if it hangs, so a "hanging" program is not the problem to begin with.

Other than that there's apps like CryptoGlance.

Additionally, some pools provide APIs, so you can monitor with an app on your phone.

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