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November 29, 2015, 10:28:21 PM
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gotta love the lego  Grin
nice small rig btw ... even if its for playing only

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November 29, 2015, 11:30:00 PM
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gotta love the lego  Grin
nice small rig btw ... even if its for playing only

What you mean those are not the miners? Smiley.   Lego's really are great for all ages though.

I know I went for a bit with a lego case on my RPI.  Eventually I just got a cheap  case to put it in, but as kinda fun to have the mini figures on top.
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November 30, 2015, 03:49:56 AM
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Very creative !!

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little rig to play around with

4x GekkoScience
1x 10Port Orico USB 2.0 Hub
1x Arctic USB Fan
1x RaspberryPI B+



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December 03, 2015, 10:41:29 PM
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Here's a better quality pic of my eth rig I posted last time:

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December 04, 2015, 01:55:57 AM
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Here's a better quality pic of my eth rig I posted last time:



wow, thats a sweet rig.  sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet rig.  Well done.  Do you manage to pull out more than it costs in electricity ?  I'm guessing yes.  is it X11 or x13 that uses like 40 watts a card ?

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December 04, 2015, 02:01:03 AM
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Here's a better quality pic of my eth rig I posted last time:

http://i.imgur.com/UVQcu7D.jpg

wow, thats a sweet rig.  sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet rig.  Well done.  Do you manage to pull out more than it costs in electricity ?  I'm guessing yes.  is it X11 or x13 that uses like 40 watts a card ?

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December 04, 2015, 02:14:30 AM
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Yeah...be jealous:



...I'm gonna go cry in the corner now.  Cry

I wish I had enough money for even a decent USB hub with some bitmain or scrypt miners...but nah Sad  being a poor college kid is hard.

Can anyone give me advice - on if it's even worth the chance mining a certain coin with this crappy sha256 miner?

Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!

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December 04, 2015, 02:36:18 AM
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Yeah...be jealous:



...I'm gonna go cry in the corner now.  Cry

I wish I had enough money for even a decent USB hub with some bitmain or scrypt miners...but nah Sad  being a poor college kid is hard.

Can anyone give me advice - on if it's even worth the chance mining a certain coin with this crappy sha256 miner?

Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!

Define really super cheap?  I have a feeling anwser is no.  But not sure what figure you had in mind

As far mining with it... chances of hitting block are as you know very low.  And pool mining you won't reac min on most with it.  So it really is if your enjoying it as it's not going to pull a profit.
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December 04, 2015, 04:24:40 AM
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Can anyone give me advice - on if it's even worth the chance mining a certain coin with this crappy sha256 miner?

Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!
Honestly just solo mine with it. There is a chance you could hit a block, small but why not? Don't buy a miner, it is a zero sum game. Buy some bitcoins instead. Or a hooker. Or two.
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December 04, 2015, 05:04:31 AM
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Here's a better quality pic of my eth rig I posted last time:

http://i.imgur.com/UVQcu7D.jpg

wow, thats a sweet rig.  sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet rig.  Well done.  Do you manage to pull out more than it costs in electricity ?  I'm guessing yes.  is it X11 or x13 that uses like 40 watts a card ?

Thanks. Smiley I used to have about 60 7970s back in the scrypt glory days (late 2012 to mid 2013ish), needless to say that they are all paid off many times over. I've sold off about half of them, and now use the rest (29 gpus) to solo mine ethereum. It's worth it for me since I have cheap (~6c usd) power and already had all the required hardware. They were all sitting in a drawer waiting to be sold until ethereum came around.

I wish they were consuming only 40 watts! Each card is burning 200 watts.

Gotta say I had fun setting up my gpus again. ASIC are so boring! No skills required.
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December 04, 2015, 06:17:48 AM
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Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!

You could buy a gekko compac stick for $25 and get like 10x the hash vs. that little usb stick you have.  Still effectively 0 chance at solving a block, but a fun thing to mess around with.
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December 04, 2015, 07:37:32 AM
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Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!

You could buy a gekko compac stick for $25 and get like 10x the hash vs. that little usb stick you have.  Still effectively 0 chance at solving a block, but a fun thing to mess around with.

And those block erupters still have some value suprisingly.  He could sell it on ebay, and upgrade to the compac.   

It seems a lot are still collecting block erupters and the different colors helped it I think. 
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December 05, 2015, 05:49:54 PM
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Here's a better quality pic of my eth rig I posted last time:

http://i.imgur.com/UVQcu7D.jpg

wow, thats a sweet rig.  sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet rig.  Well done.  Do you manage to pull out more than it costs in electricity ?  I'm guessing yes.  is it X11 or x13 that uses like 40 watts a card ?

Thanks. Smiley I used to have about 60 7970s back in the scrypt glory days (late 2012 to mid 2013ish), needless to say that they are all paid off many times over. I've sold off about half of them, and now use the rest (29 gpus) to solo mine ethereum. It's worth it for me since I have cheap (~6c usd) power and already had all the required hardware. They were all sitting in a drawer waiting to be sold until ethereum came around.

I wish they were consuming only 40 watts! Each card is burning 200 watts.

Gotta say I had fun setting up my gpus again. ASIC are so boring! No skills required.

Nice Yeah I have to agree on your last point.  I have 2x 5870s that I dont mine with anymore, I doubt they could turn a profit nowadays

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December 06, 2015, 04:49:20 AM
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Anything REALLY super cheap I could buy so I'm not so pathetic?!

You could buy a gekko compac stick for $25 and get like 10x the hash vs. that little usb stick you have.  Still effectively 0 chance at solving a block, but a fun thing to mess around with.

And those block erupters still have some value suprisingly.  He could sell it on ebay, and upgrade to the compac.   

It seems a lot are still collecting block erupters and the different colors helped it I think. 

Do either of you guys know where I could snag a few?  Most of the stores that sell them are sold out...but I'm still looking around.  I've always been interested in those, coincidentally.

Thanks in advance!

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December 06, 2015, 05:07:02 AM
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little rig to play around with

4x GekkoScience
1x 10Port Orico USB 2.0 Hub
1x Arctic USB Fan
1x RaspberryPI B+



I like your rig, especially those Minecraft Lego(s). The green light is suitable for the zombie Cheesy

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December 07, 2015, 05:34:12 PM
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wanting to show some of mine
2 gpu rigs and one tower of 4x zeus/gaw 1.3mhs scrypt miners  Grin



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December 08, 2015, 07:13:55 AM
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wanting to show some of mine
2 gpu rigs and one tower of 4x zeus/gaw 1.3mhs scrypt miners  Grin




ROFL

this last pic is SO WRONG ...it is so mesmerizing thou...it just wants to suck me in....(must resist argh....) it is a CHAOS TALISMAN
of some type....LOOK AWAY.....(it burns my eyes....)




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December 08, 2015, 01:38:08 PM
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Homemade tin foil shroud with 2 x 250 CFM extractors from Home Depot (piped out a basement side window). Just enough to extract heat from 2 x S7s and 2 x Neptune cubes exhausting upwards.

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December 08, 2015, 04:57:22 PM
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Homemade tin foil shroud with 2 x 250 CFM extractors from Home Depot (piped out a basement side window). Just enough to extract heat from 2 x S7s and 2 x Neptune cubes exhausting upwards.


Inserting setup don't know that I have seen to close to this before on neptunes.  Do you have more pictures of the foil shroud? I would love to see a little more of it.

Thank you for sharing!
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December 08, 2015, 05:33:56 PM
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Figured I'd post this here for people who don't follow the S7 thread.

Decided to "make a thing" to power my S7s Grin. Hope some of you will appreciate this!







2X 2000w server PSUs sharing the load of the 3 S7s. Will shortly be replacing the PSUs with the 2500w versions since I'm actually pulling 4400w DC from them right now, which is 200w over their rating on each.

I've adjusted the voltage output to 12.6v on the PSUs.
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