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March 08, 2015, 10:01:24 AM
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one s1 to rule them all? Smiley)))))
nice symmetric setup Grin
My most recent removal. I think I'm gonna keep this one as an artifact.

should have kept 1 of mine too!
recently i was looking to buy back one unit but here things are crazy and after 3months s1 is more expensive than when i sold mine
nice&clean setup!
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March 08, 2015, 10:05:11 AM
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...the knc Jupiter you see in the pics is already a door stop...

So many turned-off miners everywhere. I don't understand why you people are not selling this turned-off hardware, there are places with some dirt-cheap electricity who will surely be interested, it's a shame all that hashing power to be off when it can be of use to the network. The electricity price and difficulty very, very likely will not go down enough for this hardware to be turned on again at their current locations, so selling is a gain for everyone, or I'm missing something?





direct link to all my stuff 

http://lostgonzo.imgur.com/

the Oct knc Jupiter doorstop in question will go for about 100 bucks now on ebay on auction from what I can tell.

in that this unit made me about 51 btc...well for 100 bucks I'll keep it ...no the no refund no roi orig Titan from knc

that i may just take a sledgehammer to....as to the 2nd titan i got for 2.3btc we will see if i can maybe roi on (also doubtful)

in my defense as a newbie got the Jupiter oct 18th 2013 btc that day was exactly 150 usd...as to when i ordered a knc
Neptune (shoulda/coulda refunded) which i changed to a titan on the Neptune delay....the price the DEC 2nd 6 weeks later
was 1100 btc ....(i am amazed at my self restraint as a newbie at that point of not buying 3 Neptunes
20/20 hindsight ..it is a moot point no more home miners scrypt they are not even making commercial units of any note
anymore esp 300mh version scrypt asics...as to bitcoin..no home miners of any note here soon from what i can tell

gone the way of gpu's i guess

we will see how long I can postpone the above Titan's to doorstop fate......but again last of the home mining for me when
that comes to pass.....

but for 51btc i can lose 100 bucks and keep it (should prob send it to the bronzing company that bronze's baby shoes...heh
need a memento for the old folks home......shelf trophy

anyway my 2c worth

edited: for pics this is a pic forum i guess



 

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March 08, 2015, 10:25:08 AM
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...the knc Jupiter you see in the pics is already a door stop...

So many turned-off miners everywhere. I don't understand why you people are not selling this turned-off hardware, there are places with some dirt-cheap electricity who will surely be interested, it's a shame all that hashing power to be off when it can be of use to the network. The electricity price and difficulty very, very likely will not go down enough for this hardware to be turned on again at their current locations, so selling is a gain for everyone, or I'm missing something?

Even if one had free power, potential profit would quite possibly be ruined by shipping costs of things that heavy.

Creating capacity is expensive and a farm with mixed old hardware is much of a bother.
If you already spend a lot of money on a transformer, cooling, power distribution, factory hall, etc. You want nice, new hardware.
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March 08, 2015, 02:16:15 PM
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Runnung in cellar @ 1,3THS - thanks bitmain! Heating up the room to 26C  Grin
Cores running on 52 and 49 derees
Ethernet cable to repeater on top
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March 08, 2015, 04:58:07 PM
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...the knc Jupiter you see in the pics is already a door stop...

So many turned-off miners everywhere. I don't understand why you people are not selling this turned-off hardware, there are places with some dirt-cheap electricity who will surely be interested, it's a shame all that hashing power to be off when it can be of use to the network. The electricity price and difficulty very, very likely will not go down enough for this hardware to be turned on again at their current locations, so selling is a gain for everyone, or I'm missing something?

Even if one had free power, potential profit would quite possibly be ruined by shipping costs of things that heavy.

Creating capacity is expensive and a farm with mixed old hardware is much of a bother.
If you already spend a lot of money on a transformer, cooling, power distribution, factory hall, etc. You want nice, new hardware.
not necessarily.

say you had a 100kW facility in 2014. Its likely filled now if you had cheap power.
in 2015 you build a second location that makes improvements over the first (evap cooling, 1MW, different power distribution method).
In 2016 it may be a new business altogether. I dont think we are far from 600V miners that ship in cooling tanks or modular pallets/containers designed for high-density, 0.1w/GH equipment

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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March 09, 2015, 03:56:30 PM
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Runnung in cellar @ 1,3THS - thanks bitmain! Heating up the room to 26C  Grin
Cores running on 52 and 49 derees
Ethernet cable to repeater on top
One S5 heats up your whole cellar?  How loud is it?  I'm thinking about getting one.
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March 09, 2015, 08:13:15 PM
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Its like a hoover i think  Huh Cant discripe the volume...but no problem if door is closed and also its downstairs so no noise up here  Grin
Yes heating up from 10degrees....need to open window from time to time...love this thing - thinking about getting another one!
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March 09, 2015, 09:19:35 PM
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The last of my gear. 12 S3's all running on sidehack's server PSU's.

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March 09, 2015, 09:21:49 PM
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The last of my gear. 12 S3's all running on sidehack's server PSU's.


Very neat, what kind of rack is that and where did you purchase it?

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March 09, 2015, 09:28:09 PM
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Edsal URWM184872BK Black Steel Storage Rack
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March 09, 2015, 10:39:07 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.
Car radiator-fans do not spin every second your engine is on, only if the engine gets a little pushed and warm.
They are simply not meant for this usage.

Btw, like these setups, but I still like the ghetto 100 GPU 5870 setups better hahaha...
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March 10, 2015, 04:22:46 AM
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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.
Car radiator-fans do not spin every second your engine is on, only if the engine gets a little pushed and warm.
They are simply not meant for this usage.

Btw, like these setups, but I still like the ghetto 100 GPU 5870 setups better hahaha...


i was just gonna get these from Menard's and pop them (hanging) from jousts in front of the window(above the miners) blowing out



https://www.menards.com/main/p-2381238-c-12728.htm


see this link for pictures (will not repost large pic from prev post above) the 2nd Titan album  is newest pics of basement setup

http://lostgonzo.imgur.com/



anyway with the above link should be obvious...get the air out and have all bsmt windows open .to vent thru the bsmt etc

should work (if not i have other probs like 100 degree F days or some such


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March 12, 2015, 04:31:41 AM
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March 12, 2015, 04:48:19 PM
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The last of my gear. 12 S3's all running on sidehack's server PSU's.



Is that a bucket of ice ? LOL
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March 15, 2015, 07:28:07 AM
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The last of my gear. 12 S3's all running on sidehack's server PSU's.



Is that a bucket of ice ? LOL
O yeh, i see it now to lol

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March 15, 2015, 09:49:28 AM
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It's nice to see that so many rigs have been posted. People tend to surprise others with unusual builds. The imagination is limitless. Sadly, I've stopped mining. That was a nice time indeed. Even without making a profit, it felt nice to do and was fun indeed.
Right now it's all on a industrial scale, before it was more like a hobby for people.

Probably a world record for hashing density.
Extremely low cost and effective deployment method. Behind the SP30s are huge fans.



Credit: Cowboyminer mining cooperative.
Looking very nice, but what about cable management?  Cheesy


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March 15, 2015, 10:32:33 AM
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It's nice to see that so many rigs have been posted. People tend to surprise others with unusual builds. The imagination is limitless. Sadly, I've stopped mining. That was a nice time indeed. Even without making a profit, it felt nice to do and was fun indeed.
Right now it's all on a industrial scale, before it was more like a hobby for people.

Probably a world record for hashing density.
Extremely low cost and effective deployment method. Behind the SP30s are huge fans.

http://storage.googleapis.com/spond_public/images/cowboyminer%20wall%20of%20SP30.jpg

Credit: Cowboyminer mining cooperative.
Looking very nice, but what about cable management?  Cheesy

Not to worry,cable management is no longer a problem......that rack & 2 more warehouse's burned,they think arson,but never heard back about it.

http://qz.com/293418/an-enormous-bitcoin-mine-went-up-in-flames-affecting-the-entire-network/



Very sad  Cry

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March 15, 2015, 10:35:30 AM
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Not to worry,cable management is no longer a problem......that rack & 2 more warehouse's burned,they think arson,but never heard back about it.

http://qz.com/293418/an-enormous-bitcoin-mine-went-up-in-flames-affecting-the-entire-network/

Very sad  Cry
Firstly I wanted to ask how you were sure that it is the same one, but then I recognized the picture. Damn.
I hate when things like these happen. It's sad for multiple reasons. Has the poster of the image responded to this on the forum?


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March 15, 2015, 10:42:02 AM
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Not to worry,cable management is no longer a problem......that rack & 2 more warehouse's burned,they think arson,but never heard back about it.

http://qz.com/293418/an-enormous-bitcoin-mine-went-up-in-flames-affecting-the-entire-network/

Very sad  Cry
Firstly I wanted to ask how you were sure that it is the same one, but then I recognized the picture. Damn.
I hate when things like these happen. It's sad for multiple reasons. Has the poster of the image responded to this on the forum?

Only very soon after the fire then never heard from them again  Sad

Google Cowboyminers,I didn't get very far but others might  Wink

Here's his profile:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=319455

Here is a warning thread on miner fires:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=517976.0

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