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March 30, 2016, 06:50:36 PM
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Check out his list of new & used GPU rigs too... use Google translate to navigate the website

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March 30, 2016, 07:16:30 PM
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Check out his list of new & used GPU rigs too... use Google translate to navigate the website

Working hard on english version of the website so you dont need to use google translate.

International shipping is no problem, as is payment in 12 different cryptocurrencies.

For more information just sent me a pm!

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March 30, 2016, 08:43:32 PM
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Wow clean setup. Could you provide the BOM ?  Grin

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Well, actually its not that bad)
Those cases were a bargain, i bought all 4 for 80$.
6x390 = 2200$
2 psu = 150$
motherboard, ram and etc = 120$

so one rig cost me 2550 usd.



Hi, where can i buy one of thouse cases?? ?? ?? ??

Played with: USB RedFury - BlackArrows Prospero X1/X3 - Butterfly Monarch- Spondoolies SP20E - Avalon 6 - Antminer U3/S3/S3+/C1/S5/S7 Batches 3-7-8 - Sfards SF100 - Innosilicon A2 Terminator - Alcheminer 96/256 - KNC Titan - Etherum Rigs
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March 30, 2016, 08:52:26 PM
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Those cases are custom made by me.
So i guess, no where...

You can buy any server case 4u-5u, and make a gpu rig for yourself.

Komuto budet Herovato is definitely the chief engineer of bfl)
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March 30, 2016, 08:53:37 PM
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Those cases are custom made by me.
So i guess, no where...

You can buy any server case 4u-5u, and make a gpu rig for yourself.

Excellent idea! i have a lot of old servers, but 1U or 2U...  Sad

Played with: USB RedFury - BlackArrows Prospero X1/X3 - Butterfly Monarch- Spondoolies SP20E - Avalon 6 - Antminer U3/S3/S3+/C1/S5/S7 Batches 3-7-8 - Sfards SF100 - Innosilicon A2 Terminator - Alcheminer 96/256 - KNC Titan - Etherum Rigs
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March 30, 2016, 09:33:28 PM
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My USB "mini farm".



  • Three gekkoscience compacs up top @ 262MHz for ~42GH/s
  • Four CryptoRig Hitchikers (nanofury) along side and two more in front out of photo @ 50bits for ~12GH/s
  • There is a usb fan at the bottom out of photo blowing up on all the sticks.  They're setup like this taped to the back of the tower case because of usb cable lengths used, and it gets the sticks out of the way.
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March 31, 2016, 01:52:36 PM
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My USB "mini farm".



  • Three gekkoscience compacs up top @ 262MHz for ~42GH/s
  • Four CryptoRig Hitchikers (nanofury) along side and two more in front out of photo @ 50bits for ~12GH/s
  • There is a usb fan at the bottom out of photo blowing up on all the sticks.  They're setup like this taped to the back of the tower case because of usb cable lengths used, and it gets the sticks out of the way.
I hope you're using a raspberry pi or something to control that, using a laptop or a desktop pc would use too much electricity. -- EDIT--- I noticed a pc tower, rip electrical costs xD I only run my usbs when i use my pc aswell. Nice rig! I only have 1 compac and 1 block erupter, and one of my U1s is coming today. I'll post here when it comes, so hyped to add it to my mining collection.














 

 

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March 31, 2016, 07:26:25 PM
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It's a tower that is on 24/7 anyways, so a few more watts for some usb sticks doesn't even get noticed.  I did have them running on a dedicated laptop that only used about 40w on its own, but it's more efficient this way.
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April 01, 2016, 07:20:26 AM
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Changed language to english Smiley

New link : https://www.ethereumminer.eu/product/Cases-Frames/ETHEH-BEHUIZ-SIMPLEXX/The-SimpleXX-Stacker-open-frame-case.html

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April 02, 2016, 04:51:14 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

Big thanks ShopemNL for the mod.

All 6 x MSI R9 390 GPUs are working on the ASrock H81 BTC board.

Currently averaging 160MHs without overclocking with qtminer.exe on ethermine.org pool.

Glad to send more members to visit your online shop.

Postnotes:
PSU1 (EVGA1300) = 1180w
PSU2 (EVGA1300) = 580w
Total both PSU = 1760w
This exceeds the EVGA1600 that I planned to do for the other 3 rigs!
Undervolt?

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April 02, 2016, 07:15:22 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

Big thanks ShopemNL for the mod.

All 6 x MSI R9 390 GPUs are working on the ASrock H81 BTC board.

Currently averaging 160MHs without overclocking with qtminer.exe on ethermine.org pool.

Glad to send more members to visit your online shop.

Postnotes:
PSU1 (EVGA1300) = 1180w
PSU2 (EVGA1300) = 580w
Total both PSU = 1760w
This exceeds the EVGA1600 that I planned to do for the other 3 rigs!
Undervolt?

Thanks Smiley No problem!

You can try and set down power in crimson? Depending on how much you will clock you cards.

R9 390 should not take more then 275W so your power is correct.

160MH/s is not bad, but you can get 180/190 with ease. My R9 390 in my desktop is doing 32-35 on 24/h average.

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April 02, 2016, 07:43:52 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

Big thanks ShopemNL for the mod.

All 6 x MSI R9 390 GPUs are working on the ASrock H81 BTC board.

Currently averaging 160MHs without overclocking with qtminer.exe on ethermine.org pool.

Glad to send more members to visit your online shop.

Postnotes:
PSU1 (EVGA1300) = 1180w
PSU2 (EVGA1300) = 580w
Total both PSU = 1760w
This exceeds the EVGA1600 that I planned to do for the other 3 rigs!
Undervolt?

Thanks Smiley No problem!

You can try and set down power in crimson? Depending on how much you will clock you cards.

R9 390 should not take more then 275W so your power is correct.

160MH/s is not bad, but you can get 180/190 with ease. My R9 390 in my desktop is doing 32-35 on 24/h average.

Whats your overclocking advise? currently I am 1040mhz core clock and 1500mhz memory clock. Would love to get 32-35mhz for every card  Grin

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April 02, 2016, 07:55:29 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

Big thanks ShopemNL for the mod.

All 6 x MSI R9 390 GPUs are working on the ASrock H81 BTC board.

Currently averaging 160MHs without overclocking with qtminer.exe on ethermine.org pool.

Glad to send more members to visit your online shop.

Postnotes:
PSU1 (EVGA1300) = 1180w
PSU2 (EVGA1300) = 580w
Total both PSU = 1760w
This exceeds the EVGA1600 that I planned to do for the other 3 rigs!
Undervolt?

Thanks Smiley No problem!

You can try and set down power in crimson? Depending on how much you will clock you cards.

R9 390 should not take more then 275W so your power is correct.

160MH/s is not bad, but you can get 180/190 with ease. My R9 390 in my desktop is doing 32-35 on 24/h average.

Whats your overclocking advise? currently I am 1040mhz core clock and 1500mhz memory clock. Would love to get 32-35mhz for every card  Grin

PM me your settings

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April 03, 2016, 11:36:55 AM
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I'm on mobile so it's pretty hard to do pics, so here they are: new antminer U1 to my rig! Was on ebay for 20$ and I found it hard to resist. Smiley
http://m.imgur.com/a/8FN6J
Plugged into my expensive ol Alienware X51 R2.. Smiley
I thought it'd be a lot bigger than the Block Erupter, but it's nearly the same size and I could probably drill 2 holes into my custom Block Erupter heatsink and use the screws to put it on. Dang Antminer, putting the screws on exactly in the wrong spot.. The nails would have to be 3 inches long and the heatsink upsidedown for it to fit without mods, but this demon gets hot so i'll do it right now Smiley One thing I noticed is even at stock rates, this thing is putting out ~6% HW. That normal? I hear other people have close to zero percent hw on these miners. Never had such a high hw stickminer, my U2s and Gekko as well as my 2 other nanofurys have barely any hw errors. ever.














 

 

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April 03, 2016, 06:56:42 PM
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Here is my new ETH rig with 5 MSI R9-390 cards (MB, CPU, RAM, DIY frame etc. were  salvaged from my previous setups). I am getting 155-157 MH or 31 MH/card on ethermine running qtminer on Win 8.1, EVGA 1600 T2, nothing special using generic batch command  as stated on the website. I did overclock the cards to 1133 MHz with afterburner, I will gradually lower the clock speed to see if I can still get the same hash rate. I am limiting card number per MB to 5 because of PSU limitations. Now setting up my 2nd MB and soon add 5 more cards to it. I will probably stop there, but I do have 2 more EVGA 1600 PSUs sitting on the shelf, who knows  Wink

Many thanks to citronick and others who have posted their rig pictures which got me hooked.



Edit: lowered clock speed to 1100 MHz and getting about 148-150 MH, I think I will keep it at 1100 MHz.
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April 03, 2016, 07:06:50 PM
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Here is my new ETH rig with 5 MSI R9-390 cards (MB, CPU, RAM, DIY frame etc. were  salvaged from my previous setups). I am getting 155-157 MH or 31 MH/card on ethermine running qtminer on Win 8.1, EVGA 1600 T2, nothing special using generic batch command  as stated on the website. I did overclock the cards to 1133 MHz with afterburner, I will gradually lower the clock speed to see if I can still get the same hash rate. I am limiting card number per MB to 5 because of PSU limitations. Now setting up my 2nd MB and soon add 5 more cards to it. I will probably stop there, but I do have 2 more EVGA 1600 PSUs sitting on the shelf, who knows  Wink

Many thanks to citronick and others who have posted their rig pictures which got me hooked.



Well done - hawkfish007!

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April 05, 2016, 08:18:20 AM
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Here is my new ETH rig with 5 MSI R9-390 cards (MB, CPU, RAM, DIY frame etc. were  salvaged from my previous setups). I am getting 155-157 MH or 31 MH/card on ethermine running qtminer on Win 8.1, EVGA 1600 T2, nothing special using generic batch command  as stated on the website. I did overclock the cards to 1133 MHz with afterburner, I will gradually lower the clock speed to see if I can still get the same hash rate. I am limiting card number per MB to 5 because of PSU limitations. Now setting up my 2nd MB and soon add 5 more cards to it. I will probably stop there, but I do have 2 more EVGA 1600 PSUs sitting on the shelf, who knows  Wink

Many thanks to citronick and others who have posted their rig pictures which got me hooked.



Edit: lowered clock speed to 1100 MHz and getting about 148-150 MH, I think I will keep it at 1100 MHz.
Awesome rig! It looks like you had some cooling problems...  Wink

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April 05, 2016, 03:26:12 PM
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Updated pic: 5 s7, 2 s5. all plugged into 5 20amp sockets.

There is a 24inch drum fan against the back wall blowing right at the miners. The 6inch duct brings in cold air from the AC. The orange blower is attached to a 4in dryer hose that pumps some of the heat outside and some into the finished side of the basement where the air return is.

it aint pretty but it works.




WOW! Thats an awesome cooling system... what´s the temperatuce there?

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April 05, 2016, 04:17:21 PM
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Recently added a batch 15. all the miners run between 58-63c. except for 1 blade of 1 miner runs in the 68-71c range. not sure why. havent taken it apart to check yet. All miners are overclocked, 4 @ 731, 2 @ 650

the ambient on the hot side is about 80F. been thinking about stacking the miners vertically and building a box with an extrator fan to suck out the heat and pump it into my air return. But with the 1/2 only a few months away and "maybe" new machines idk if its worth building yet. as the 1/2 may force out the smaller home miner like myself.

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April 05, 2016, 04:52:24 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7216.msg14319247#msg14319247


Wizard box Update 1

Hey guys, had these puppies running at 100% for a week now, I couldn't be happier! Still more work to be done to add in the 8in outside intake and hopefully add a second centrifugal fan as a failsafe and so I can bring the outside noise down.

Finished (Phase 1) 5in outside air intake + 5in inside air intake = 8in intake, 8in exhaust with ~1200cfm centrifugal fan I managed to snag used for $75  Cheesy




Replaced useless laundry room window with 2x8in manifold




The door needs to be finished, same with the lid. Sound is low enough once I build the laundry room door you really won't hear it through the rest of the house.




Half occupied with my 4 s7's





Mess o' cabling 




MINING FACT: In Alberta (Pretty sure it's actually a North American standard) you *CANNOT* wire up a standard 5-15 outlet with 240v and have it pass an inspection. We wired these up with simplex 240v outlets and built these adapters which are entirely acceptable to code.


Crowded exhaust





Always make sure your 240v breakers are properly ganged!


Going to be a few weeks 'til I put any more into the rig, waiting to see what the prices on these single fan s7's do because they would be a perfect fit in this box.

Until then, good mining guys!

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