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November 17, 2015, 10:12:23 PM
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Here is my triple blade gridseed

Bought 3 pcbs and added some heatsinks and a box.
Using a single usb on the back didnt work as well as i tought. And the red buttons was supposed to be used for switching each blade off.
But i used cheap cables that started to melt. so im going to make a new backside soon..

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November 17, 2015, 10:23:19 PM
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Anyone use duct hose to expel the heat from multiple S1-S2-S4-S5-S7 miners out a window?
Looking for pictures/ideas. I know there must be someone that has done it.

suck better than blow ?

Actually thinking about the same thing and will be heading to lowes tomorrow afternoon. I'll post an update when I get started.

This is what I'm thinking. Lining up all the Sx's in a row, side by side and just cut a hole in the side of the duct host and put the miner output right in there. With a push from a small fan it should direct all the air flow right out or where I want it. Sorry for the terrible representation. Basically just need one long hose and some cheap thermal tape to close the gaps. Don't really care what it looks like.



I think you might want to position the fan directly adjacent to the window. As your diagram current shows, if there is any kind of blockage at the window, the FAN st the end of the duct will be "pushing" against the miner's exhaust. You really want the fan to "suck" the warm air out of the duct, rather than pushing cooler air into it. Where the fan is currently shown, you could close it off, so that the air would have to flow through the miners to get exhausted.
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November 17, 2015, 11:21:33 PM
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Anyone use duct hose to expel the heat from multiple S1-S2-S4-S5-S7 miners out a window?
Looking for pictures/ideas. I know there must be someone that has done it.

suck better than blow ?

Actually thinking about the same thing and will be heading to lowes tomorrow afternoon. I'll post an update when I get started.

This is what I'm thinking. Lining up all the Sx's in a row, side by side and just cut a hole in the side of the duct host and put the miner output right in there. With a push from a small fan it should direct all the air flow right out or where I want it. Sorry for the terrible representation. Basically just need one long hose and some cheap thermal tape to close the gaps. Don't really care what it looks like.



I think you might want to position the fan directly adjacent to the window. As your diagram current shows, if there is any kind of blockage at the window, the FAN st the end of the duct will be "pushing" against the miner's exhaust. You really want the fan to "suck" the warm air out of the duct, rather than pushing cooler air into it. Where the fan is currently shown, you could close it off, so that the air would have to flow through the miners to get exhausted.

Good suggestion. Have yet to try it, but good idea. A good enough fan to create some air pressure sucking out is good for hotter days. Colder days can just reverse and get some heat inside.


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November 18, 2015, 01:26:30 AM
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Always remember: It is easier to pull a fluid (in this case air) than push it. Set your fans and such to pull the air.

This will also fix the problem of air pushing against the lowest miner (closest to your fan). Pulling will not be a problem as the fan speed on the top miner will limit the amount of air pulled through it.

Or better: Line your miners up on the sill with the exhaust fans pointing straight out. Also functions like a nice whole house venting fan.
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November 18, 2015, 05:55:43 AM
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I took one out for my new hobby.
Antminer/plant heater...... ;D ;D ;D


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November 18, 2015, 02:12:57 PM
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Here is my triple blade gridseed

Bought 3 pcbs and added some heatsinks and a box.
Using a single usb on the back didnt work as well as i tought. And the red buttons was supposed to be used for switching each blade off.
But i used cheap cables that started to melt. so im going to make a new backside soon..








Fancy !

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November 24, 2015, 12:31:02 PM
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No Asics here but i hope it is ok to post here anyway.
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November 24, 2015, 12:43:11 PM
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No Asics here but i hope it is ok to post here anyway.


Nice setup congratz
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November 24, 2015, 01:08:11 PM
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No Asics here but i hope it is ok to post here anyway.


Nice setup congratz
Thanks !
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November 24, 2015, 02:39:16 PM
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Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

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November 24, 2015, 04:58:19 PM
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Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

It's actually very clean as far as a GPU setup.  I like the look of it.  Only part is it does  appear to be a little expensive on some of the special cases and such used.

It's nice in my eyes to see these sometimes.  Brings me back to a earlier day Smiley before asics.
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November 24, 2015, 05:55:40 PM
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Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

It's actually very clean as far as a GPU setup.  I like the look of it.  Only part is it does  appear to be a little expensive on some of the special cases and such used.

It's nice in my eyes to see these sometimes.  Brings me back to a earlier day Smiley before asics.

Memories...

Looks cleaner than anything I've ever set up. I wish I had some pics of the old rats nests I used to run. They were cool and worked fine but made from parts that were cheap as hell and the wires went in every direction. I never understood how people could spend so much time and money building perfect looking custom cases, but more power to them!  Cheesy
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November 24, 2015, 06:00:13 PM
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Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

It's actually very clean as far as a GPU setup.  I like the look of it.  Only part is it does  appear to be a little expensive on some of the special cases and such used.

It's nice in my eyes to see these sometimes.  Brings me back to a earlier day Smiley before asics.

Memories...

Looks cleaner than anything I've ever set up. I wish I had some pics of the old rats nests I used to run. They were cool and worked fine but made from parts that were cheap as hell and the wires went in every direction. I never understood how people could spend so much time and money building perfect looking custom cases, but more power to them!  Cheesy

Me to on wishing I took more pictures.  I was in such a hurry to sell cards on ebay I did not get pictures of all my rigs... sucks looking back.

But by hurrying to ebay it gave me extra ROI, and I invested it in asics... so still a win.  Just not near as many pictures as I wish I had.
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November 24, 2015, 08:03:54 PM
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Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue
Not sure what you base your opinion on.
What is it not to like ? Oldschool mining.

Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

It's actually very clean as far as a GPU setup.  I like the look of it.  Only part is it does  appear to be a little expensive on some of the special cases and such used.

It's nice in my eyes to see these sometimes.  Brings me back to a earlier day Smiley before asics.
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All frames and systems are reused parts from my AMD DRK X11 mining operation back in the days. What changed is that now it is only Nvidia gpu:s running in it.
Everything except gpu:s roi:d a long time ago.

Are u guys retarder Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy LOL
This is the stupidest setup I've seen in a while Tongue

It's actually very clean as far as a GPU setup.  I like the look of it.  Only part is it does  appear to be a little expensive on some of the special cases and such used.

It's nice in my eyes to see these sometimes.  Brings me back to a earlier day Smiley before asics.

Memories...

Looks cleaner than anything I've ever set up. I wish I had some pics of the old rats nests I used to run. They were cool and worked fine but made from parts that were cheap as hell and the wires went in every direction. I never understood how people could spend so much time and money building perfect looking custom cases, but more power to them!  Cheesy
I like it clean Smiley And it keeps the wife calm lol
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November 24, 2015, 08:13:42 PM
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Oh Mi Gawd,
Most of these so called "Miner Porn Pics" are making me hard xD
I love some of the creativity that has gone into some of these setups.
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November 24, 2015, 08:50:54 PM
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I really like your old setup.

Makes me wish I was more proficient with my hands, but wood shelves will do for me now Smiley

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November 24, 2015, 09:03:28 PM
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Was looking through old pictures trying to find some of my old GPU pics.  Did not find it but found my setup of black asic miner block erupters


This is one of the two main ones I had during the time.  One was black and the others were blues for some reason I was really into mining with the same color sticks back then.
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November 24, 2015, 09:29:24 PM
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Was looking through old pictures trying to find some of my old GPU pics.  Did not find it but found my setup of black asic miner block erupters

This is one of the two main ones I had during the time.  One was black and the others were blues for some reason I was really into mining with the same color sticks back then.

Yeah I had a bunch of these in hubs back in the 2013 days. I really miss the ease of only having to set up a few hubs. No worries about power consumption or heat. The modern ASIC race and the power requirements make me yearn for the good old days before the insanity that is the ASIC mining of 2015.
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November 24, 2015, 10:58:05 PM
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Figured I'd also chime in with a GPU pic for the hell of it. This is the majority of my ETH mining setup. I have another 9 GPUs mining not pictured here.



Top rig is 7 cards on 1 motherboard, middle is 6 cards on 1 motherboard, and bottom is 7 cards on 1 motherboard. Each rig is running Win 8.1 64bit, with 1 Seasonic 750w ATX PSU per motherboard which powers all PC components + 2 GPUs per rig. The rest of the cards are all running off of 2 2000w server PSUs, and fed 240v through a 30A PDU which is mounted to the rack. That means I only have 1 10AWG cable and 1 ethernet cable connected to the setup, allowing it to be moved around easily when needed.

Sorry for the potato quality picture. If there's any interest, I'll go take a picture of it with a proper camera.


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November 24, 2015, 11:14:11 PM
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Getting ready for more miners Smiley

And we can see 11 Avalon6 controlled by one Pi. Those miners rock!


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