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July 20, 2015, 12:35:01 PM
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Very nice, congrats on first post!
What are the temps inside there?

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July 20, 2015, 12:47:23 PM
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My Temps are
http://i58.tinypic.com/fjky7c.png
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July 20, 2015, 07:01:05 PM
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Yup most of the US is profitable to mine, either on residential or commercial.

If you take about 4.5 cents off these rates that about what the realistic low price you can get in those states.
http://www.eia.gov/electricity/monthly/epm_table_grapher.cfm?t=epmt_5_6_a

Their "California" number is way off.  Our state is much to large to be represented by a single number.  I pay twice the rate listed there, sometimes 3x.
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July 20, 2015, 07:52:00 PM
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Yup most of the US is profitable to mine, either on residential or commercial.

If you take about 4.5 cents off these rates that about what the realistic low price you can get in those states.
http://www.eia.gov/electricity/monthly/epm_table_grapher.cfm?t=epmt_5_6_a

Their "California" number is way off.  Our state is much to large to be represented by a single number.  I pay twice the rate listed there, sometimes 3x.

California I think varies greatly by how populated the area is. The more populated the more the price is and the less populated the cheaper the electricity is.

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July 20, 2015, 07:54:13 PM
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Yup most of the US is profitable to mine, either on residential or commercial.

If you take about 4.5 cents off these rates that about what the realistic low price you can get in those states.
http://www.eia.gov/electricity/monthly/epm_table_grapher.cfm?t=epmt_5_6_a

Their "California" number is way off.  Our state is much to large to be represented by a single number.  I pay twice the rate listed there, sometimes 3x.

California I think varies greatly by how populated the area is. The more populated the more the price is and the less populated the cheaper the electricity is.

There are many that vary greatly.  It should go down farther into county within state if you want accurate.  A state just is a huge thing to put together.

Most likely there are multiple energy companies, big cities with high bills, etc.   Just not one size fits all.
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July 20, 2015, 09:33:35 PM
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It should go down farther into county within state if you want accurate.  A state just is a huge thing to put together.

Most likely there are multiple energy companies, big cities with high bills, etc.   Just not one size fits all.

Let's put things in perspective - if the county I lived in were a state there would be 9 states smaller than it.  I live in the largest county in the country.  County level isn't even adequate.  Smiley
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July 20, 2015, 11:55:06 PM
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It should go down farther into county within state if you want accurate.  A state just is a huge thing to put together.

Most likely there are multiple energy companies, big cities with high bills, etc.   Just not one size fits all.

Let's put things in perspective - if the county I lived in were a state there would be 9 states smaller than it.  I live in the largest county in the country.  County level isn't even adequate.  Smiley

County at lease is much closer then state.  It is not perfect I agree it has faults.

But there is not really a perfect way to look at power unless you go down to city level.   At least around where I am I have 0 choice there is 1 electricity company... so they are who I go with.
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July 21, 2015, 07:47:08 AM
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It should go down farther into county within state if you want accurate.  A state just is a huge thing to put together.

Most likely there are multiple energy companies, big cities with high bills, etc.   Just not one size fits all.

Let's put things in perspective - if the county I lived in were a state there would be 9 states smaller than it.  I live in the largest county in the country.  County level isn't even adequate.  Smiley

County at lease is much closer then state.  It is not perfect I agree it has faults.

But there is not really a perfect way to look at power unless you go down to city level.   At least around where I am I have 0 choice there is 1 electricity company... so they are who I go with.


ditto (sigh) 12c kwh is as good as I can get


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July 21, 2015, 09:16:41 AM
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http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1BYmhZhrwqezE1BpcquwdCmXF9E7Pimj1U
That's my s4+
Here is its home



The box I made when closed drops room noise to -50+ DB
Oh and first post Smiley


what the fuck, under your BTC adress at the eligius pool are ~40 THs mining power, respect
what is your hardware that hat this power?

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July 21, 2015, 10:00:10 AM
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http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/1BYmhZhrwqezE1BpcquwdCmXF9E7Pimj1U
That's my s4+
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The box I made when closed drops room noise to -50+ DB
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what the fuck, under your BTC adress at the eligius pool are ~40 THs mining power, respect
what is your hardware that hat this power?

Looking at it I'm thinking good chance it is rented power.  But I could be wrong.

I just think it would be a little more spread out if you were to set up that much gear.
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July 22, 2015, 11:09:37 AM
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Miners


what miner is on the right side ?
Looks like one of those Dragon Miner (LK group / lketc) boxes
( e.g. 1Th/s Bitcoin mining product: http://lketc.com/goods/show-172.aspx )

true Smiley

Coincraft desk on the left.

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July 22, 2015, 11:59:14 AM
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what miner is on the right side ?
Looks like one of those Dragon Miner (LK group / lketc) boxes
( e.g. 1Th/s Bitcoin mining product: http://lketc.com/goods/show-172.aspx )

true Smiley

Coincraft desk on the left.

Both A1 using machines.  Now if we could just get some gear with LKETC's next gen chips Smiley

I hope they keep the dragon name though.  Dragon X something.
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August 01, 2015, 06:35:38 PM
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Hello everyone,

I present my bitcoin nano farm in France.

All starts here:



400V 63A ...



Electrical panel (provisional)



APC 10 000VA



Battery rack



First Neptune in computer room
Power Supply 2X HP 1300W Server



Neptune office
Psu 2KW IBM Bladecenter



Third Neptune in the fireplace
Psu 1,7kw + 1kw



-SP20
-S3
-S5
-S5
-S3
Psu 2kw ibm + 1kw









Antminer S4 , 4xS5 and antminer C1 in a shell poweredge 700
Pdu distributor 40A
Psu 2900W Server

total 21th, my pool: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/12cDMFxifM5kfA8VyjZUU11ioQYmD5YY5K
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August 01, 2015, 08:57:34 PM
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What do you pay for your power kW/h?
Why do you Need so much buttery packs?

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August 01, 2015, 09:26:49 PM
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What do you pay for your power kW/h?
Why do you Need so much buttery packs?

It takes a LOT of battery's for that many watt's.  I don't know what hes paying though.  I think it is hard to justify solar.

I wish it was easier but cheap power going to it beats solar/wind as far as short term.
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August 01, 2015, 09:42:31 PM
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21th  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Impressive if uses solar or wind to power
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August 02, 2015, 12:31:36 AM
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Hello everyone,

I present my bitcoin nano farm in France.



Third Neptune in the fireplace
Psu 1,7kw + 1kw


total 21th, my pool: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/12cDMFxifM5kfA8VyjZUU11ioQYmD5YY5K

The Fireplace! I think that is a great idea for many people. Exhaust is there in summer. If you need to keep from sending your AC up the chimney you may take advantage of a window or such reasonably close to use. Then flip it around in the winter to heat the home. If you have a blower system or even better a whole home distribution setup as many people do for their fireplace you could get quite a few TH in there.

I hadn't considered the fireplace but as I hope to continue mining through another winter starting in a few months I will certainly consider the fireplace. Thanks for sharing.

Please elaborate more regarding your current setup and battery usage.
I wonder what the restrictions are for a windmill in my area... It would be great fun regardless of the mining aspect and someone posted an article link mentioning the newer windmill technology without blades.

Transaction fees go to the pools and the pools decide to pay them to the miners. Anything else, including off-chain solutions are stealing and not the way Bitcoin was intended to function.
Make the block size set by the pool. Pool = miners and they get the choice.
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August 02, 2015, 05:59:54 AM
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Hello everyone,

I present my bitcoin nano farm in France.



Third Neptune in the fireplace
Psu 1,7kw + 1kw


total 21th, my pool: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/12cDMFxifM5kfA8VyjZUU11ioQYmD5YY5K

The Fireplace! I think that is a great idea for many people. Exhaust is there in summer. If you need to keep from sending your AC up the chimney you may take advantage of a window or such reasonably close to use. Then flip it around in the winter to heat the home. If you have a blower system or even better a whole home distribution setup as many people do for their fireplace you could get quite a few TH in there.

I hadn't considered the fireplace but as I hope to continue mining through another winter starting in a few months I will certainly consider the fireplace. Thanks for sharing.

Please elaborate more regarding your current setup and battery usage.
I wonder what the restrictions are for a windmill in my area... It would be great fun regardless of the mining aspect and someone posted an article link mentioning the newer windmill technology without blades.

Unfortunately, I do not use solar or wind power energeir. the battery packs used in my inverter 8KW to hold for 12 minutes (230v).
1 \ 2 of my miners are rescued by the inverter.

it's a passion for me than money ...

I leave you two to three pictures you will understand ...

For consomation I consumes lots 40A on two phases, but I pay 20% of my consomation because I work at EDF (electricity from France)





Poweredge T610

2x Quad core x5570
32GO PC3 10600
2 ssd 160GO RAID1
2 Psu
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StorageWorks MSA-60
12x1TO Raid 6
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August 02, 2015, 07:24:17 AM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Mother of god!! I like this pretty machine of make money Grin
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August 02, 2015, 04:24:34 PM
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Hello everyone,

I present my bitcoin nano farm in France.



Third Neptune in the fireplace
Psu 1,7kw + 1kw


total 21th, my pool: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/12cDMFxifM5kfA8VyjZUU11ioQYmD5YY5K

The Fireplace! I think that is a great idea for many people. Exhaust is there in summer. If you need to keep from sending your AC up the chimney you may take advantage of a window or such reasonably close to use. Then flip it around in the winter to heat the home. If you have a blower system or even better a whole home distribution setup as many people do for their fireplace you could get quite a few TH in there.

I hadn't considered the fireplace but as I hope to continue mining through another winter starting in a few months I will certainly consider the fireplace. Thanks for sharing.

Please elaborate more regarding your current setup and battery usage.
I wonder what the restrictions are for a windmill in my area... It would be great fun regardless of the mining aspect and someone posted an article link mentioning the newer windmill technology without blades.

Unfortunately, I do not use solar or wind power energeir. the battery packs used in my inverter 8KW to hold for 12 minutes (230v).
1 \ 2 of my miners are rescued by the inverter.

it's a passion for me than money ...

I leave you two to three pictures you will understand ...

For consomation I consumes lots 40A on two phases, but I pay 20% of my consomation because I work at EDF (electricity from France)


Poweredge T610

2x Quad core x5570
32GO PC3 10600
2 ssd 160GO RAID1
2 Psu
...

StorageWorks MSA-60
12x1TO Raid 6




As per my Calculation from your given link you are making about BTC0.35 BTC per day which means you are generating about $4 to $4.5 Per TH per day... Am i right ? And in the whole month you are generating about BTC10 BTC by 21 TH, Am i right ?
 
If that the case then would you like to tell us which pools are you using exactly ? antpool ? f2pool ? nicehash ? or which ones ?
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