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August 02, 2015, 04:53:41 PM
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Something wrong with that calculation.21TH makes about 0.202 btc/day.
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August 02, 2015, 06:43:37 PM
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it's a passion for me than money ...


My hat off to you, sir; a very impressive set-up!  I like the hand-made look of it all, you can tell it's a labor of love and not some cold data center.
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August 02, 2015, 10:31:44 PM
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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)





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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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And this is what I was doing last night Smiley Gonna go finish a bunch of stuff tonight at DC


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August 03, 2015, 06:49:21 AM
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Well,
"Pictures of your mining rigs!" NOT "Discuss of your mining ring"
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August 03, 2015, 09:05:51 AM
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@Billyalexkk: counting all those batteries and ups and shit, i think in the end, you got roi -1000%!!! Shocked
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August 03, 2015, 11:03:13 AM
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@Billyalexkk: counting all those batteries and ups and shit, i think in the end, you got roi -1000%!!! Shocked
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-1000% why? batteries I did not pay!  Grin
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August 03, 2015, 11:49:06 AM
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@Billyalexkk: counting all those batteries and ups and shit, i think in the end, you got roi -1000%!!! Shocked
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-1000% why? batteries I did not pay!  Grin

lucky man!


hint: make modifications on the ups and use car batteries! will last longer and are cheaper/capacity!
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August 03, 2015, 04:04:27 PM
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it's a passion for me than money ...


My hat off to you, sir; a very impressive set-up!  I like the hand-made look of it all, you can tell it's a labor of love and not some cold data center.

Thank you  Wink
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August 03, 2015, 05:41:50 PM
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it's a passion for me than money ...


My hat off to you, sir; a very impressive set-up!  I like the hand-made look of it all, you can tell it's a labor of love and not some cold data center.

Thank you  Wink

Love your setup, looks very very nice Smiley.

Mind if I ask what is your electricity price in your case there?
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August 03, 2015, 07:08:56 PM
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it's a passion for me than money ...


My hat off to you, sir; a very impressive set-up!  I like the hand-made look of it all, you can tell it's a labor of love and not some cold data center.

Thank you  Wink

Love your setup, looks very very nice Smiley.

Mind if I ask what is your electricity price in your case there?

€ 200-300 per month, including electricity for the home, dishwasher, oven, hob ... Production 2,3,4 btc / month
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August 07, 2015, 01:02:33 PM
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Today we had our scheduled 3 month cleaning activity. Since we recently installed a high power pump on our cooling system, we decided to clean our dirty girls with horse-grade shampoo and industrial compressed air (life on the farm is very dirty).

WARNING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT YOUR FARM!

Before:


After:


Lots of bubbles:



More pics at https://www.facebook.com/StartHash (Like!, Share!, Mine!)
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August 07, 2015, 04:04:47 PM
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Today we had our scheduled 3 month cleaning activity. Since we recently installed a high power pump on our cooling system, we decided to clean our dirty girls with horse-grade shampoo and industrial compressed air (life on the farm is very dirty).

WARNING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT YOUR FARM!

Before:


After:


Lots of bubbles:



More pics at https://www.facebook.com/StartHash (Like!, Share!, Mine!)
Wow, this difference between before and after is huge, good job, they look brand new again!

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August 08, 2015, 09:27:19 PM
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You haven't seen the S4 boards... http://i.imgur.com/Vm1xLU1.png
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August 08, 2015, 11:22:39 PM
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You haven't seen the S4 boards... http://i.imgur.com/Vm1xLU1.png
The middle looks like liquid, but what's all that fibrous stuff?  Doesn't look like the typical dust accumulation.  Mining farm animals?

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August 09, 2015, 06:00:53 AM
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I am adding another 20Th to my home mine over this next week. I will take some pics when done.

what kinda elec are you paying etc etc (just can't see how you can profit on such with todays btc machines) not a slam just saying

Mining is always profitable or no one would do it. You may have to put some effort into, move to another city, make improvement's to your house, etc but its profitable.


Mining is not always profitable. Effort, as you mean "money" into it. Move to another city? That's a huge incur in cost, just slap that onto the negative balance. Home improvements, expensive. More negative numbers you can add to the balance sheet. Lots of people on here have the bitcoin delusion syndrome. No matter what you tell them, prove to them, even if they just paid $800 in an electric bull for one month at home, mining will somehow make them money. I've seen it with lots of folks on here that have drank the kool-aid.

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August 09, 2015, 03:20:13 PM
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You haven't seen the S4 boards... http://i.imgur.com/Vm1xLU1.png
The middle looks like liquid, but what's all that fibrous stuff?  Doesn't look like the typical dust accumulation.  Mining farm animals?
The liquid is grease from the thermal paste seeping everywhere because it gets hot (and might be put in excessive amounts). This is bad long-term (2-3 years) because it dries the paste and it aerates becoming useless.

The oil also attracts urban dust, in this example some plant fragments before we installed the filters.
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August 10, 2015, 01:19:35 AM
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I am adding another 20Th to my home mine over this next week. I will take some pics when done.

what kinda elec are you paying etc etc (just can't see how you can profit on such with todays btc machines) not a slam just saying

Mining is always profitable or no one would do it. You may have to put some effort into, move to another city, make improvement's to your house, etc but its profitable.


Mining is not always profitable. Effort, as you mean "money" into it. Move to another city? That's a huge incur in cost, just slap that onto the negative balance. Home improvements, expensive. More negative numbers you can add to the balance sheet. Lots of people on here have the bitcoin delusion syndrome. No matter what you tell them, prove to them, even if they just paid $800 in an electric bull for one month at home, mining will somehow make them money. I've seen it with lots of folks on here that have drank the kool-aid.

Yeh, and i am still mining

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August 10, 2015, 08:15:05 PM
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Mining is not always profitable. Effort, as you mean "money" into it. Move to another city? That's a huge incur in cost, just slap that onto the negative balance. Home improvements, expensive. More negative numbers you can add to the balance sheet. Lots of people on here have the bitcoin delusion syndrome. No matter what you tell them, prove to them, even if they just paid $800 in an electric bull for one month at home, mining will somehow make them money. I've seen it with lots of folks on here that have drank the kool-aid.


Well knowing what your doing is a big part of investing regardless of what your investing into. I know that I myself have had numerous set backs; $5k in home improvements which I then moved into a tier 2 data center a week after (my pictures are in this thread as well of our new setups) so that money was "Gone". But to counter such a mistake (though I have plenty of funds for these expenses) I played the markets with my coins and did trades that would net $1-3k in profit per trade. I got my arbitrator bot running constantly that makes a nice amount daily aside from the profits from mining. We have two locations (two different states, 2 hour drive to  each location); one in a place where we have to power everything down during peak hours of the day to avoid losing a days worth of profits; and another data center in a place where its .02/kWh and that is most def our money making location. Knowing when to buy and sell gear is also a must..Some people come in blind and spend what they have when really they most likely had no chance of profiting from the beginning. Im happy to say that from mining, and from the improvements we've made and regardless of our E/Bills we still profit with 60% of our earnings every month, Which to me is great.

  • Efficient mining
  • Playing the market
  • Trade Bots
  • Hardware buy/sell management
  • Sticking to what you know and not venturing out on gambles

These....these have been key in our success..

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August 11, 2015, 01:23:40 AM
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Hi , here is the newest antminer S5+  , it is the largest hashrate of single unit of bitcoin miner.





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August 11, 2015, 01:41:11 AM
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Hi , here is the newest antminer S5+  , it is the largest hashrate of single unit of bitcoin miner.

http://www.itopshop.net/images/mce_upload/ok111.jpg
http://www.itopshop.net/images/mce_upload/ok222.jpg




Can you show a decibel meter next to the unit?  Bet its close to a jet engine.

 

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