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March 02, 2016, 01:30:45 AM
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All day long!


That is what I call a HEATSINK! Cheesy what are the temps on that? It looks pretty good. I'd suggest you have one of those usb port splitters so you can mount it with the heatsink up.
I got a heatsink for my block rupta off ebay. Certainly increased surface area and temps down heavy.














 

 

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March 02, 2016, 12:34:16 PM
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pic of the setup in the basement:

https://gyazo.com/6c3dce77c8f63f8d12e62567c468aa0b

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March 02, 2016, 12:43:22 PM
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S5s, amirite? That's a pretty good setup. I run my mixed s3/s5 rig outside my house in a shed. Temps stay way down as long as the ambient isnt too hot Smiley
How hot it get down there? Looks like you have a pretty good way of cooling. Noise as well?
I feel like I get way too excited on mining rigs. Theyre just SO interesting Smiley














 

 

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March 02, 2016, 02:15:11 PM
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S5s, amirite? That's a pretty good setup. I run my mixed s3/s5 rig outside my house in a shed. Temps stay way down as long as the ambient isnt too hot Smiley
How hot it get down there? Looks like you have a pretty good way of cooling. Noise as well?
I feel like I get way too excited on mining rigs. Theyre just SO interesting Smiley

its in a basement so the noise is not to bad unless it gets warm then the fans get whiney. but they are set to 100% anyway on all the machines.

3 s5
4 s7

the s7s are the one with the tubes attached.

all overclocked. the s5s are running at 412.5. 3 s7s are running at 731, with 1 running at 656 (batch 7). trying to eek out as much btc before the 1/2.

its about 80ish down there which is more then i want, the miners are running mid/high 60s. would like to get them down to low 60s.
Thinking of upgrading my "exhaust" fan to a larger one. looking at a 24inch barrel to move some of the hot air out of that area.

also trying to upgrade tubing attached to the exhaust fan as that is just the tubing i pulled from the bathroom exhaust fan to help move some heat outside. will probably end up with a 4 inch tube vs the 3inch thats on there now.

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March 02, 2016, 03:23:45 PM
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S5s, amirite? That's a pretty good setup. I run my mixed s3/s5 rig outside my house in a shed. Temps stay way down as long as the ambient isnt too hot Smiley
How hot it get down there? Looks like you have a pretty good way of cooling. Noise as well?
I feel like I get way too excited on mining rigs. Theyre just SO interesting Smiley

its in a basement so the noise is not to bad unless it gets warm then the fans get whiney. but they are set to 100% anyway on all the machines.

3 s5
4 s7

the s7s are the one with the tubes attached.

all overclocked. the s5s are running at 412.5. 3 s7s are running at 731, with 1 running at 656 (batch 7). trying to eek out as much btc before the 1/2.

its about 80ish down there which is more then i want, the miners are running mid/high 60s. would like to get them down to low 60s.
Thinking of upgrading my "exhaust" fan to a larger one. looking at a 24inch barrel to move some of the hot air out of that area.

also trying to upgrade tubing attached to the exhaust fan as that is just the tubing i pulled from the bathroom exhaust fan to help move some heat outside. will probably end up with a 4 inch tube vs the 3inch thats on there now.

what fan settings did you use for the overclocked S7s?

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March 02, 2016, 03:27:57 PM
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what fan settings did you use for the overclocked S7s?

100%.. all 7 of the miners are at 100%

the s5s have an extra stock fan on the back of them to help pull the air through. so it can get pretty loud at times.

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March 04, 2016, 09:02:36 PM
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The final setup will probably use the insulated tubing to connect the S5 to the vent and see if that makes it quieter as well.
My 3D printed ducts should arrive today, so I spent last night whipping up an insulated vent tube for the S5.  I used standard 4" dryer ducting and some sticky foil-backed duct insulation.  Adding this vent tube dropped the temp on the miner 1-2*C, I'm guessing the hot air wasn't getting out of the way fast enough without the tube and the hot air was backing up a little in the previous configuration.
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March 16, 2016, 06:11:57 AM
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My Avalon 6 in the same spot, using two 850w OCZ psus, one on each blade.  Solo mining at the moment, 3.7TH of awesomeness.  Cool

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March 16, 2016, 06:24:12 AM
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 Well expanded my setup by 100mh with 2 more Titan Cubes. Setup is 715mh KNC Titan Scrypt Miners (one was new Nov 2014 and one used march 2015 both mnfg Nov 2014)

 Anyway still making about 500 usd  on LTC a month after electric.

 here is the link to all my pictures

lostgonzo.imgur.com




sigh..gonna miss 'home mining' when these become doorstops. I had it bad. Drank the Kool Aid Smiley

(by the by recommend the 220v Tripplite Euro Surge Protectors...saved my equip 3x just an FYI)

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March 16, 2016, 09:59:36 PM
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yea, it's fun, in a way i can't explain, to maintain a farm, set it all up, tweak everything ot keep it running, etc. i mean i only ever had a few USB sticks, but still!

i'll miss it.
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March 16, 2016, 10:29:32 PM
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My 3D printed ducts should arrive today,

Oh, and here's an updated pict (before the A6 arrived) of my S5 with the 3D printed parts on (intake fan duct, top and bottom heat sink covers, I did not use the exhaust fan duct) and I added a pull fan.  I also got some clear acrylic side covers because they are neat.  At 400 freq and 60% fan setting it runs about 50-53*C.
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March 20, 2016, 03:06:25 AM
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Was looking at old miner photos today.  Remember summer 2013?




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March 20, 2016, 04:21:28 AM
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Was looking at old miner photos today.  Remember summer 2013?





yea, was fun.
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March 20, 2016, 12:59:00 PM
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Was looking at old miner photos today.  Remember summer 2013?





yea, was fun.

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March 20, 2016, 03:49:28 PM
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March 20, 2016, 08:16:48 PM
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Was looking at old miner photos today.  Remember summer 2013?




Yeh, i had 600 blockerupters in use (may ~August 2013).

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March 23, 2016, 04:56:25 PM
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Wow, some nice setups in this thread.
Here's my setup:
  • 1x Avalon 6 with Silverstone Strider Gold Evolution 1200W
  • 2x Antminer S7 with 2x Bitmain APW3-12-1600 1600W
  • 1x Antminer S2 with Enermax Revolution87+ 1000W
  • 1x Antminer S1 with Super Flower Golden Green SF-500P14XE 500W

Shelf and a DIY soundproof cabinet:


Closer look on the Avalon 6 and Antminer S2:


2x Antminer S7 inside the cabinet:



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1x Antminer S9 12.9Th/s, 1x Antminer S9 11.85Th/s, 1x Antminer S9 9.8Th/s, 1x Antminer S7-LN
(modded by sidehack) 2.35Th/s
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March 23, 2016, 06:53:12 PM
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    • 1x Antminer S1 with Super Flower Golden Green SF-500P14XE 500W
    Nice set up, but I hope the S1 is undervolted, otherwise I can't see why running a S1 today would be worth it.  An S3 will use the same wattage as an S1.
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    March 23, 2016, 07:37:12 PM
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    Nice set up, but I hope the S1 is undervolted, otherwise I can't see why running a S1 today would be worth it.  An S3 will use the same wattage as an S1.

    My electricity includes in my apartment's flat rate rent. S1 is actually slightly overclocked  Cheesy

    Electrician. Home miner. Block #402790 at Kano.is & #391994 at solo.ckpool.org. Gear: 1x Antminer S9 14.1Th/s,
    1x Antminer S9 12.9Th/s, 1x Antminer S9 11.85Th/s, 1x Antminer S9 9.8Th/s, 1x Antminer S7-LN
    (modded by sidehack) 2.35Th/s
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    March 23, 2016, 07:41:49 PM
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    Nice set up, but I hope the S1 is undervolted, otherwise I can't see why running a S1 today would be worth it.  An S3 will use the same wattage as an S1.

    My electricity includes in my apartment's flat rate rent. S1 is actually slightly overclocked  Cheesy
    Seems like stealing.  your apartment's flat rate rent is not include bitcoin miners.

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