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April 28, 2016, 03:59:08 PM
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Maybe use the Euro-plug one if cheap travel adapter is available?
DX.com for example has cheap travel adapters. I ordered one from there as I needed a US->Euro adapter for RaspPi's psu.
Europe electricity is at 50Hz, USA is at 60Hz, so I don't believe the meter wouldn't read correctly anyways.
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April 28, 2016, 09:13:21 PM
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Maybe use the Euro-plug one if cheap travel adapter is available?
DX.com for example has cheap travel adapters. I ordered one from there as I needed a US->Euro adapter for RaspPi's psu.
Europe electricity is at 50Hz, USA is at 60Hz, so I don't believe the meter wouldn't read correctly anyways.
Actually some meters have a feature which measures the network frequency and takes it into account.

There is though a lot of different kind of meters available like for example this comparison of the products available in Finland shows.
http://www.hiit.fi/files/admin/publications/Technical_Reports/hiit-tr-2009-1.pdf

Of course taking notice if the device is approved to be used both in 50 and 60Hz is reasonable.

For example Velleman NETBSE M2
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can display all typical figures, but also power factor,
network frequency, and the maximum load. The
device was very accurate on all regular loads. The
errors for reactive loads and consumption were
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April 29, 2016, 06:54:56 AM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy


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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April 29, 2016, 07:31:43 AM
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Got told to do a repost with pictures.




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April 29, 2016, 07:39:12 AM
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I found a use for my S2 case.

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Awesome rig but... the card are quite close... i think
thank you Smiley
I think too, but I added the fan delta 4000 rpm behind
so it helps to cool the rig and remove temperature heat

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April 29, 2016, 07:50:17 AM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy

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Nice photo, taking good photographs, how many total average hashrate?
and the rig that looks very clean

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April 29, 2016, 08:07:40 AM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy

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Nice photo, taking good photographs, how many total average hashrate?
and the rig that looks very clean


Thanks. the rig does around 61,xx mhs on Ethereum.
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April 29, 2016, 08:45:50 AM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy

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Nice photo, taking good photographs, how many total average hashrate?
and the rig that looks very clean

Hi, all GPU's working on ETH,
above rig, all are HD7950 3Gb (x5) and R9 280 3Gb (x2), actual hashrate: 132 Mhs/s,
bellow rig, there are HD787 2Gb (x1), R9 290 4Gb (x2) and R9 380 3Gb (x1), actual hashrate: 87 Mh/s
There is a pc on the floor, it have 2x R9 290 4Gb and does 56 Mh/s
Overall hashrate: 275 Mh/s

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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April 29, 2016, 10:53:58 AM
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Part of my Titan setup (have 2 more cubes/controller at other side of basement)

lostgonzo.imgur.com

Really recommend the workbench setup with the closet shelves added.....Sam's club ...about 200 bucks.

Also had some old 'glass tops' from dressers..that work just dandy to keep the boards cool etc etc for stuff to sit on)

skip the link above if you've seen this before

still mining thou (a frigging asic miracle orig unit 17 months at 730mh 14c kwh and 3000 watts w/gen trakin 3rd party titan firmware) STILL getting below Smiley

30 days   220.81359375 LTC   

839.09 USD   Total

302.40 USD    Electric

536.69 USD Profit

Go Figure Smiley

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April 29, 2016, 11:18:14 AM
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Part of my Titan setup (have 2 more cubes/controller at other side of basement)

lostgonzo.imgur.com

Really recommend the workbench setup with the closet shelves added.....Sam's club ...about 200 bucks.

Also had some old 'glass tops' from dressers..that work just dandy to keep the boards cool etc etc for stuff to sit on)

skip the link above if you've seen this before

still mining thou (a frigging asic miracle orig unit 17 months at 730mh 14c kwh and 3000 watts w/gen trakin 3rd party titan firmware) STILL getting below Smiley

30 days   220.81359375 LTC   

839.09 USD   Total

302.40 USD    Electric

536.69 USD Profit

Go Figure Smiley

Wow, it runs great!

My two titan sets are running a bit lower: 1 does 325mh and the other one does 275mh; 600mh both, draining 2700 watts w/gen trakin v0.99e... and i gess i have better electricity cost, 0.09€/kw/h, 175€ month... Titans are great  Wink

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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April 29, 2016, 02:58:35 PM
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A small part of my farm: Ants being nice area heaters around our Trumpf ultrafast laser testbed Wink

1x s5 up top blowing warm air under the laser and 3x s7's under keeping the general area warm.

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April 29, 2016, 03:00:42 PM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy



Oh shit. That escalated quickly!
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April 29, 2016, 05:23:15 PM
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A small part of my farm: Ants being nice area heaters around our Trumpf ultrafast laser testbed Wink
Very cool use of industrial work space to get some "heaters" in there.  I wish I worked in an industrial setting like that, I would have "heaters" all over the place!
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April 29, 2016, 06:30:02 PM
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A small part of my farm: Ants being nice area heaters around our Trumpf ultrafast laser testbed Wink
Very cool use of industrial work space to get some "heaters" in there.  I wish I worked in an industrial setting like that, I would have "heaters" all over the place!
Ja. Only drawback is that come summer that ~4kw of heat will then have to be removed from the area via the AC. Come then, I'l just move them to the where the rest of the farm is at and don't impact the AC costs as much. Worked great over the winter mostly due to the not-too warm gentle breeze from the s5. With overnight building temp turned down to 65F the laser was still in operating range of 73-75 come turn-on in the morning so zero-warm up time needed Cheesy

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April 29, 2016, 09:04:34 PM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy



Oh shit. That escalated quickly!

I LOVE the amount of kill-a-watts, looks like you can see watts of everything running? (possibly).  Very nice setup though.

Can I ask what cards are those on GPU's and what are you getting on speed for ETH (I'm assuming Smiley ).
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April 29, 2016, 09:36:17 PM
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I LOVE the amount of kill-a-watts, looks like you can see watts of everything running? (possibly).  Very nice setup though.

Can I ask what cards are those on GPU's and what are you getting on speed for ETH (I'm assuming Smiley ).

Well, i want to know what are draining each miner all time, it is very interesting... I have 2x Alcheminer 256Mhs and a 1x Sfards SF100 more, but they don't fit right know and they are on maintenance and seeking another place for them, hehe.

And the 3 rigs, all GPU's working on ETH,
above rig, all are HD7950 3Gb (x5) and R9 280 3Gb (x2), actual hashrate: 132 Mhs/s,
bellow rig, there are HD787 2Gb (x1), R9 290 4Gb (x2) and R9 380 3Gb (x1), actual hashrate: 87 Mh/s
There is a pc on the floor, it have 2x R9 290 4Gb and does 56 Mh/s
Overall hashrate: 275 Mh/s
That does a total of 13 GPU's, 1x HD7870, 5x HD7950, 2x R9 280, 4x R9 290 and 1x R9 380.
All rigs are using the http://ethosdistro.com/ and it is very easy to use.

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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April 30, 2016, 12:41:16 AM
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Hi, here is my mine, atm there are some miners in maintenance, but i'm very happy with this.  Cheesy

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Got told to do a repost with pictures.

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Nice photo, taking good photographs, how many total average hashrate?
and the rig that looks very clean


Thanks. the rig does around 61,xx mhs on Ethereum.

Happy mine,..  Wink

I LOVE the amount of kill-a-watts, looks like you can see watts of everything running? (possibly).  Very nice setup though.

Can I ask what cards are those on GPU's and what are you getting on speed for ETH (I'm assuming Smiley ).

Well, i want to know what are draining each miner all time, it is very interesting... I have 2x Alcheminer 256Mhs and a 1x Sfards SF100 more, but they don't fit right know and they are on maintenance and seeking another place for them, hehe.

And the 3 rigs, all GPU's working on ETH,
above rig, all are HD7950 3Gb (x5) and R9 280 3Gb (x2), actual hashrate: 132 Mhs/s,
bellow rig, there are HD787 2Gb (x1), R9 290 4Gb (x2) and R9 380 3Gb (x1), actual hashrate: 87 Mh/s
There is a pc on the floor, it have 2x R9 290 4Gb and does 56 Mh/s
Overall hashrate: 275 Mh/s
That does a total of 13 GPU's, 1x HD7870, 5x HD7950, 2x R9 280, 4x R9 290 and 1x R9 380.
All rigs are using the http://ethosdistro.com/ and it is very easy to use.

wow..cool hashrate
My own rig hashratenya just still small, ..  Cheesy
ask permission shared some of my rig and friends

Other miner

3xHIS Iceq, 1xAsus, 2xSapphire =6x R9 280x
Enermax Platimax 1700W


5x 7970 HIS Iceq Enermax Platimax 1700W & 3x R9 280x Seasonic 850W


3x 7970 Seasonic 850W


several other mining tools in another server space, Thanks.  Grin

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April 30, 2016, 09:42:51 PM
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I've never done it, but I believe you can go 6 deep, not that I ever would. I am two deep at this time for one miner in one room just because I haven't pulled it out yet.
I added another switch and now can run the Avalon6 and S5 together for 4.7TH.  Good thing it's been cool the last few days, I haven't needed to use my heater at all.

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May 02, 2016, 02:44:56 PM
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I've never done it, but I believe you can go 6 deep, not that I ever would. I am two deep at this time for one miner in one room just because I haven't pulled it out yet.
I added another switch and now can run the Avalon6 and S5 together for 4.7TH.  Good thing it's been cool the last few days, I haven't needed to use my heater at all.



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May 02, 2016, 10:05:55 PM
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I've never done it, but I believe you can go 6 deep, not that I ever would. I am two deep at this time for one miner in one room just because I haven't pulled it out yet.
I added another switch and now can run the Avalon6 and S5 together for 4.7TH.  Good thing it's been cool the last few days, I haven't needed to use my heater at all.


Might want to get a different power strip, not sure how many joules that one can handle but it doesn't look too modern.

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