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May 16, 2016, 07:32:52 AM
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My mini rig:



3x Spondoolies SP20 - reversed fans (improved cooling), rotated (for horizontal heatsink layout)
3x 1200W HP Platinum server PSU - directly soldered short PCI-E cables
1x R-Pi - powered by 12V/5V car DC converter
Located at "guest hosting" at no cost but with power usage and noise limit (office).

Setup:
  • Fan speed limited - manually set at minimum speed
  • Hashing speed limited - adjusted to keep chips running under 115c
  • Scheduled to stop mining during office hours - using unique Spondoolies Voltage Scheduling
  • Remote control with Raspbery Pi with RealVNC and Weaved - zero local network config
  • Total hashpower: ~3.2 TH/s - quiet & cool.

Nice Rig! and quite powerful! Thank for sharing

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May 16, 2016, 11:21:01 PM
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I've been mining for years. Thought is was about time I posted a little something.
Here's my current rig.
https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7424/26786287440_cba1ea1eed_b.jpg
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6 - S7's overclocked total avg. 30.40 Ths
Total system pulls 62.3 amps
Rig dumps exhaust into my forced air return duct.
Currently in my area I have my power flat rate power for the next 1 1/2 years.
Total electric for the entire house is $450 a month.
Because of the flat rate, I can run the miners and the A/C at the same time and during the winter they keep my house around 70 deg.
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May 17, 2016, 01:30:31 AM
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My Titan setup (10 cubes) if anyone is interested. Just got another unit complete and hashes fully 4 cubes...not in pics yet.

Recommend the Sam's club workbench (209 bucks) and the added closet racks below. Also the Tripp lite euro 220v surge protectors have saved my equip 4x now in 18 months.

anyway for anyone interested. I've posted pics here before so will refrain. But if anyone is looking for a great bench check it out.

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Nice setup! What was your total investment? I see that titans are still expensive on ebay.
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May 17, 2016, 03:21:52 AM
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I've been mining for years. Thought is was about time I posted a little something.
Here's my current rig.




6 - S7's overclocked total avg. 30.40 Ths
Total system pulls 62.3 amps
Rig dumps exhaust into my forced air return duct.
Currently in my area I have my power flat rate power for the next 1 1/2 years.
Total electric for the entire house is $450 a month.
Because of the flat rate, I can run the miners and the A/C at the same time and during the winter they keep my house around 70 deg.

nice!  thats a sweet setup. 

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May 17, 2016, 06:03:17 AM
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Very nice!
How many power ned the fans? it is not better to use one or two bigger fans?

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May 17, 2016, 06:09:43 AM
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Currently, there are 30 GPU's in my farm total. 5 rigs of 6 cards each. 4 of the rigs are running Gigabyte R9-380's, 6 cards each for 120 MH/s per rig. I built one rig, using 6 of the R9-290/390 family that hashes at 180 Mh/s.

PSU's on the 380 rigs are EVGA 1300 watt Gold rated. PSU on the 290/390 rig is EVGA 1600 watt Gold rated.

All Asrock BTC H81 Motherboards, Celeron Dual cores, Powered USB 3.0 1x to 16x risers.

5 Dedicated outlets in my garage off the electrical panel. $0.10 KWh costs.

Very cool, honestly I think GPU rigs are probably the safest bet, very good warranties and a great resale on them. I mean look at the life of 7950, it launched January 2012 and it is still being used to mine. This rig could go on for a very long time if you need it to.

I'd have to concur on this one sir. My 7950's have paid for themselves over, and over again from back in the day, to now mining Eth. In fact, I just picked up couple more a few month ago. They are almost worth what I paid for them new $299 years ago.


Side note:
$244 used on Amazon.
http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-Mini-Displayport-PCI-Express-Graphic-GV-R795WF3-3GD/dp/B007581QHG?ie=UTF8&keywords=hd%207950&qid=1463465498&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3
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May 17, 2016, 06:15:45 AM
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I've been mining for years. Thought is was about time I posted a little something.
Here's my current rig.




6 - S7's overclocked total avg. 30.40 Ths
Total system pulls 62.3 amps
Rig dumps exhaust into my forced air return duct.
Currently in my area I have my power flat rate power for the next 1 1/2 years.
Total electric for the entire house is $450 a month.
Because of the flat rate, I can run the miners and the A/C at the same time and during the winter they keep my house around 70 deg.

nice!  thats a sweet setup.  

Bravo Sir .. Ditto "sweet setup!" Did you sneak that into work on a Saturday? Great idea /Free electricity make it blend in with all the other server racks.
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May 17, 2016, 11:55:39 AM
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Very nice!
How many power ned the fans? it is not better to use one or two bigger fans?

36 DC fans @ 25W each = 900W
so less then an amp

36 fans @ 72 CFM ~ 2600 CFM
It's hard to move that much air with that much power.
Also, with 1 or 2 fans I lose the redundancy and add a single point of failure

I paid ~ $1.50 per fan, so if one fails it's easy to replace.
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May 18, 2016, 03:39:05 PM
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Currently, there are 30 GPU's in my farm total. 5 rigs of 6 cards each. 4 of the rigs are running Gigabyte R9-380's, 6 cards each for 120 MH/s per rig. I built one rig, using 6 of the R9-290/390 family that hashes at 180 Mh/s.

PSU's on the 380 rigs are EVGA 1300 watt Gold rated. PSU on the 290/390 rig is EVGA 1600 watt Gold rated.

All Asrock BTC H81 Motherboards, Celeron Dual cores, Powered USB 3.0 1x to 16x risers.

5 Dedicated outlets in my garage off the electrical panel. $0.10 KWh costs.


Nice rigs. I wonder what hashrate you get from Gigabyte R9 380? 
With Claymore I managed to get 21.5Mh on my 380X

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May 18, 2016, 06:29:58 PM
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36 DC fans @ 25W each = 900W
so less then an amp

36 fans @ 72 CFM ~ 2600 CFM
It's hard to move that much air with that much power.
Also, with 1 or 2 fans I lose the redundancy and add a single point of failure

I paid ~ $1.50 per fan, so if one fails it's easy to replace.
Nice tower case, is it a custom cabinet or did you modify something for servers to work with the S7s?
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May 18, 2016, 06:49:12 PM
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Nice rigs. I wonder what hashrate you get from Gigabyte R9 380? 
With Claymore I managed to get 21.5Mh on my 380X

Is there an advantage to the 3xx series of cards? My R9 280x pulls 22-24Mh mining ethereum so I was thinking of picking up a few more to mess with.
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May 18, 2016, 07:03:04 PM
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My mini rig:

3x Spondoolies SP20 - reversed fans (improved cooling), rotated (for horizontal heatsink layout)
3x 1200W HP Platinum server PSU - directly soldered short PCI-E cables
1x R-Pi - powered by 12V/5V car DC converter
Located at "guest hosting" at no cost but with power usage and noise limit (office).
You could replace those 3 boxes and 3 psu's with 1 Avalon6 for the same hash rate. Smiley
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May 18, 2016, 08:18:34 PM
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Nice rigs. I wonder what hashrate you get from Gigabyte R9 380? 
With Claymore I managed to get 21.5Mh on my 380X

Is there an advantage to the 3xx series of cards? My R9 280x pulls 22-24Mh mining ethereum so I was thinking of picking up a few more to mess with.


It actually depends on a specific 3xx card.
I've tested the following GPUs with reasonable overclocking params:
370: 15-16Mh
380X: 21.5Mh (With Claymore miner. With Ethminer it was 18Mh)
390: 28-29Mh

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May 18, 2016, 08:40:49 PM
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36 DC fans @ 25W each = 900W
so less then an amp

36 fans @ 72 CFM ~ 2600 CFM
It's hard to move that much air with that much power.
Also, with 1 or 2 fans I lose the redundancy and add a single point of failure

I paid ~ $1.50 per fan, so if one fails it's easy to replace.
Nice tower case, is it a custom cabinet or did you modify something for servers to work with the S7s?

The rack is by BlackBox and is meant for switch equipment.
The front door was a solid piece of plexi, witch offers no ventilation.
I had to cut the bottom half of the plexi to fit the filter and fans.
Inside I had to put in shelves to sit the miners on.
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May 19, 2016, 09:39:11 AM
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My S7-F1, getting fresh air from the outside.


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May 22, 2016, 10:32:28 PM
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This is my Mining rig
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBL57noIi4s

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May 23, 2016, 06:01:52 PM
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Your R1 setup is really cool  Cool

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May 23, 2016, 06:09:50 PM
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Thanks. Its mining peercoin right now.

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May 23, 2016, 06:49:00 PM
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Thanks. Its mining peercoin right now.
Have you ever seen our little "Antrun" contest?
http://www.antrun.de/
Every new R1 is welcome  Smiley

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May 24, 2016, 04:13:06 PM
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I've been mining for years. Thought is was about time I posted a little something.
Here's my current rig.
6 - S7's overclocked total avg. 30.40 Ths
Total system pulls 62.3 amps
Rig dumps exhaust into my forced air return duct.
Currently in my area I have my power flat rate power for the next 1 1/2 years.
Total electric for the entire house is $450 a month.
Because of the flat rate, I can run the miners and the A/C at the same time and during the winter they keep my house around 70 deg.

i like the server rack idea. with them blowing right into the return do you hear any noise leaking into the rest of the house?

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