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March 26, 2016, 08:28:42 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....



How hot do the GPUs towards the end run? What are those 380s?

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March 26, 2016, 11:29:42 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....

Nice rig.  Smiley  I would recommend putting a cheap box fan behind it. 

Also have you tried going to device manager, looking at each card individually and installing the driver directly?

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March 26, 2016, 12:15:54 PM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....

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How hot do the GPUs towards the end run? What are those 380s?

Even without a box fan, the GPUs run about low 70f.
These are brand new MSI R9-390s - designed for low dB gaming with twin-frozz fan design.

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March 26, 2016, 12:18:07 PM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....

Nice rig.  Smiley  I would recommend putting a cheap box fan behind it. 

Also have you tried going to device manager, looking at each card individually and installing the driver directly?

have tried the manual install method but still no luck - there was a hack for R9-380s but seems not working for 390s.
Brutus will eventually live in a rack and there will be plenty of cooling for him.

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March 26, 2016, 12:19:09 PM
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Those red sleeved evga cables..... so fucking cool looking!

Nice rig!
btw this is the bitcoin part of the forum, not the alts....
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March 26, 2016, 12:43:14 PM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....


What site did you use for that setup?  Looks interesting.   And if I may ask what is amount invested in that rig?
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March 26, 2016, 01:03:32 PM
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March 26, 2016, 01:09:27 PM
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Nice rig!
btw this is the bitcoin part of the forum, not the alts....

You know you like looking at the GPU rigs. 

I often look at the first 2 years of this thread and all the awesome GPU builds.  I highly recommend a full tour to those who haven't done so.

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March 26, 2016, 04:23:19 PM
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the orange blower, outputs into 3 ways?

can you take a closer pix of the blower and how it splits into 3?

I have a similar idea.... but your looks more "cost effective"  Grin

i used blowers like that in my previous job. the manual states keep childeren away from them and drapes. no lie.

lookup "flood restoration air mover"

you can rent them various places if you want to try em out.
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March 26, 2016, 08:34:25 PM
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I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....



I'm happy about ethereum because it brings those kinds of pics back to this thread.

Love it!

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March 27, 2016, 01:43:07 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....


What site did you use for that setup?  Looks interesting.   And if I may ask what is amount invested in that rig?

Plenty of awesome rigs in this thread, and I studied the older GPUs like 270s, 280s and the newer ones like R9-390s, Furies, Nanos... AMD vs NVidia, etc
I had help from a fellow forum member and I came up with a basic system..... but.....
A recent lucky streak got me a solo block at solo.ckpool.org and I used the funds to get R9-390 brand new.
At 366$ a piece x 6, it was the biggest ticket item in the system.
Surprisingly, the same MSI R9-390 is now 30$ higher just under 400$.
The after-market for AMD GPUs like the newer 390s is very good so I could sell them later or recycle it to mine other algo-coins.
Out of box 26-28MH per GPU easy for this 390, higher if overclocked.
The other components are quite entry level, as ETH mining is really about the GPU.
A 6-GPU setup will also need a badass PSU, like the EVGA-1300w, 1600w



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March 27, 2016, 08:11:15 PM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....


Are the ethpool.org better as the Dwarfpool Pool?
I have 1.3 ETH per day with 82 MHs

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March 28, 2016, 12:56:34 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....


Are the ethpool.org better as the Dwarfpool Pool?
I have 1.3 ETH per day with 82 MHs

I tried ethpool for a while and I get 5 ETH every 1.5days but Dwarfpool about 1.5 coins three times a day...
I use qtminer app only for mining.

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March 28, 2016, 01:22:19 AM
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Citronick I remembered an old trick that is worth a try for your sixth card. 

Identify the card which is not recoginized and plug your monitor into that card then restart.  I used to have to do this with an old rig.

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March 28, 2016, 03:18:50 AM
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Citronick I remembered an old trick that is worth a try for your sixth card. 

Identify the card which is not recoginized and plug your monitor into that card then restart.  I used to have to do this with an old rig.


thanks fullzero - appreciate the advise - will try it out - thanks

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March 28, 2016, 07:37:21 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....



Wtf!!! Is is awesome that,how much?
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March 28, 2016, 10:35:48 AM
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Behold, my first ETH rig - BRUTUS -

5 x MSI R9-390 (about 28MH each x 5 = 140MH, no overclocking yet)
Pool: about 3.5-4 coins per day at Dwarfpool. Moved to ethpool.org, 5 coins every 1.5 days
Asrock H81 BTC Pro motherboard on Windows 8.1 Pro
Minimalist Celeron Dual core CPU with Crucial 4GB x 2
Samsung 850 Pro 120GB SSD
EVGA 1300w x 2 (next rig will use EVGA-1600w)
Custom open-cage rack
USB cable - PCI risers

Credits: thanks to "thedreamer" for helping me out with my first rig.
Note: I can't get the 6th x GPU working...  Angry

I am working on my next ETH rig, OLIVE....



Wtf!!! Is is awesome that,how much?

BRUTUS is part 1 of the 4 part ETH Project to achieve 600MH/s.
The big ticket item are the GPUs which is bought new, 350-360$ each x 6.
Eventually, there will be 20 x of these GPUs in the final phase of project.
others... The mobo, ssd, psu, PCI risers etc about $500

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March 29, 2016, 02:52:58 AM
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i see on picture is six gpu  Shocked

but you tell only 5 why
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March 29, 2016, 03:32:20 AM
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i see on picture is six gpu  Shocked

but you tell only 5 why

I cannot get the 6th GPU to be recognized by W8.1

Some tips to try fix it from fellow forum members which I will try this weekend.

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March 29, 2016, 09:28:03 AM
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i see on picture is six gpu  Shocked

but you tell only 5 why

I cannot get the 6th GPU to be recognized by W8.1

Some tips to try fix it from fellow forum members which I will try this weekend.

Just use this mod : https://lbr.id.lv/6xgpu_mod/6xGPU_mod.html

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