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May 20, 2015, 12:55:00 PM
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Got myself AntMiner S5 a month ago. I was surprised how bad cooling solution it has. Loud fan, bad heatsink design and a lot of air not even going through the heatsinks. After a month of playing with it and some 3D printing this is what my small rig currently looks like (just ordered the second S5):

http://www.pohrani.com/f/v/2k/1w8jNJ8U/miner.jpg

I'm keeping it on the terrace, rain can't reach it and there's plenty of fresh air for the miner to keep it cool. I've put it on the PSU because I noticed it absorbs some vibrations which you could otherwise hear in the room nearby during the night.
It's hashing 1.35-1.4Th/s (clocked at 425MHz), temps of the miner are about 42°C higher than ambient while hashing at that rate. 34°C higher than ambient at default clock. Which means I don't need to fear of hot summer anymore. Grin

Hi Vorta,

Very nice setup.  I like what you have going here...

Do you have the fan on the bottom pulling air up from underneath into the rig and the fan on top pulling air out of the top?

Obviously he has. That's the whole idea.

We can tell that the fan's are pushing opposite way's if you look at wiring.  they are working in push pull it would appear letting hot air rise.   

very nice, but are you not worried about humidity when it rains?
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May 21, 2015, 03:17:41 AM
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Just barley put it together for testing. Gonna let it run for 48 hrs , then tie down all the wires, and make it look pro. Ill post more pics then. But for now..here is my KNCminer titans batch 2, total +/- 1800Mhs.







From Vegas eh?
So am I. We happen to have a few PH/s in our Data Center here in Vegas. Data center currently has 4 Megawatts with another additional megawatt accessible if needed.
A few pages back I have some random pictures of my personal rig from home, to DC. I plan on uploading some more pictures rather soon of some of the SP31 racks and S4+ racks we've set up.

We are most likely Vegas' biggest bitcoin miners currently Wink

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May 27, 2015, 02:59:06 PM
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Got myself AntMiner S5 a month ago. I was surprised how bad cooling solution it has. Loud fan, bad heatsink design and a lot of air not even going through the heatsinks. After a month of playing with it and some 3D printing this is what my small rig currently looks like (just ordered the second S5):



I'm keeping it on the terrace, rain can't reach it and there's plenty of fresh air for the miner to keep it cool. I've put it on the PSU because I noticed it absorbs some vibrations which you could otherwise hear in the room nearby during the night.
It's hashing 1.35-1.4Th/s (clocked at 425MHz), temps of the miner are about 42°C higher than ambient while hashing at that rate. 34°C higher than ambient at default clock. Which means I don't need to fear of hot summer anymore. Grin

Hi Vorta,

Very nice setup.  I like what you have going here...

Do you have the fan on the bottom pulling air up from underneath into the rig and the fan on top pulling air out of the top?

Obviously he has. That's the whole idea.

We can tell that the fan's are pushing opposite way's if you look at wiring.  they are working in push pull it would appear letting hot air rise.   

very nice, but are you not worried about humidity when it rains?

The terrace is more like a room with a big, always open window. Last week was very rainy - no problem. So no worries there. Smiley
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May 28, 2015, 02:07:46 AM
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May 28, 2015, 02:28:20 AM
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Can you please remove the pictures from my small garage  Grin

Cool pic`s bro! We need more!

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May 28, 2015, 03:27:02 AM
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Truly very impressive setup.   Can you share more details about it?

Thank you for sharing looks like very clean data center setup.
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May 28, 2015, 06:10:33 AM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

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May 28, 2015, 06:23:28 AM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

Thanks for video!  What are the machines?  They almost remind me of the silverfish 28 but a bitcoin version or something.

Anyone have a idea what the skinny small machines were?  You can see them around 6:15 in video.
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May 28, 2015, 01:31:07 PM
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Truly very impressive setup.   Can you share more details about it?
Thank you for sharing looks like very clean data center setup.

related thread with more photos and details seems to be here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1072474

anyway, I like it also.)
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May 28, 2015, 03:48:07 PM
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Very nice, now that's a mine!
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May 30, 2015, 05:56:57 PM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

Thanks for video!  What are the machines?  They almost remind me of the silverfish 28 but a bitcoin version or something.

Anyone have a idea what the skinny small machines were?  You can see them around 6:15 in video.

Looks like S5's laying on there side...

edit: thought you were talking about pictures, not the video. Whooopsy

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June 02, 2015, 03:26:18 AM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

Thanks for video!  What are the machines?  They almost remind me of the silverfish 28 but a bitcoin version or something.

Anyone have a idea what the skinny small machines were?  You can see them around 6:15 in video.

Looks like S5's laying on there side...

edit: thought you were talking about pictures, not the video. Whooopsy

That video is old as hell and they are paying approximately $0.09 cents per kWH with the power costs and wattage reported in the video.

Yes, those are S5's on their sides in the pics.

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June 02, 2015, 06:23:48 AM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

Thanks for video!  What are the machines?  They almost remind me of the silverfish 28 but a bitcoin version or something.

Anyone have a idea what the skinny small machines were?  You can see them around 6:15 in video.

Looks like S5's laying on there side...

edit: thought you were talking about pictures, not the video. Whooopsy

That video is old as hell and they are paying approximately $0.09 cents per kWH with the power costs and wattage reported in the video.

Yes, those are S5's on their sides in the pics.

Nope, I asked in their thread and Eric said they are S3s.  I'm guessing they removed the bottom plate on all the machines.
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June 02, 2015, 06:58:25 AM
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I must me think about this guys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8kua5B5K3I

Thanks for video!  What are the machines?  They almost remind me of the silverfish 28 but a bitcoin version or something.

Anyone have a idea what the skinny small machines were?  You can see them around 6:15 in video.

Looks like S5's laying on there side...

edit: thought you were talking about pictures, not the video. Whooopsy

That video is old as hell and they are paying approximately $0.09 cents per kWH with the power costs and wattage reported in the video.

Yes, those are S5's on their sides in the pics.

Nope, I asked in their thread and Eric said they are S3s.  I'm guessing they removed the bottom plate on all the machines.

Thanks for posting.  I was guessing S5's aswell.  I'm jealous of their electricity price then if they are making it work with S3's.  Must have a sweet power deal.

I think I'm even more impressed now knowing they are S3's.  And I was already very impressed.  Just did not see it looking at them.

It definitely makes me drool seeing all that gear.
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June 02, 2015, 09:45:15 PM
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I somehow miss the times back then when you had to find out how to set up a miner and solo mine coins...
Then came the time where I seriously bought two new 7950 to mine Litecoin


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June 02, 2015, 10:08:16 PM
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Nope, I asked in their thread and Eric said they are S3s.  I'm guessing they removed the bottom plate on all the machines.

Thanks for posting.  I was guessing S5's aswell.  I'm jealous of their electricity price then if they are making it work with S3's.  Must have a sweet power deal.

I think I'm even more impressed now knowing they are S3's.  And I was already very impressed.  Just did not see it looking at them.

It definitely makes me drool seeing all that gear.

Here's the link to his post and the quote: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1072474.msg11477449#msg11477449

Amazing setup.  You mention S3s, but they look like you are using S5s?

Where were your units located before?  I'm always glad to hear about relocated units instead of all new units, keep that network difficulty down as much as possible.

Do you know how long it will take to ROI?

These are indeed S3s though they do look quite alike.
We previously had the majority of our miners hosted in two mines in Mabian and Meishan, Sichuan. The new facility is designed, managed and owned solely by HaoBTC.
For the miners, since they have been running for a while, they have generated enough profit that we have recouped the initial investment.
We estimate that the construction of the new facility will set us back somewhere btw USD600,000 and 700,000 and we are looking to acquire more miners which will cost something too. If the BTC price stay stable, we expect to recoup the investment within eight month period (Note: This estimate is by no means accurate ).

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June 08, 2015, 03:55:46 PM
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Got myself AntMiner S5 a month ago. After a month of playing with it and some 3D printing this is what my small rig currently looks like (just ordered the second S5)
You should know that shipping price of each S5 is lower if you order 2 units at once...

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June 11, 2015, 12:17:21 PM
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Got myself AntMiner S5 a month ago. After a month of playing with it and some 3D printing this is what my small rig currently looks like (just ordered the second S5)
You should know that shipping price of each S5 is lower if you order 2 units at once...

Who says he bought em from Bitmain? Grin

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June 11, 2015, 12:33:49 PM
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Happened to find a old picture when going through some stuff.  A little retro throwback to usb days.


Anker hubs and all blue miners Smiley.  Later on it became 40 miners but with assorted colors.
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June 11, 2015, 02:22:52 PM
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Happened to find a old picture when going through some stuff.  A little retro throwback to usb days.


Anker hubs and all blue miners Smiley.  Later on it became 40 miners but with assorted colors.
These were fun, I had 8 or 9 in my media cabinet but when I would reach to reset my Android media player I would always burn the hell out of myself. Those little things sure got hot!
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