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September 02, 2017, 04:05:54 AM
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God damn that is one cool rig.  Mining is art.  That is now confirmed, and im sure that is quite the conversation starter.

Thanks fr4nk! Yes, for me the mining is art  Wink I've a little gpu miner aswel ill post some more pics tomorrow
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September 02, 2017, 05:51:17 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.



I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

Very creative design.   Smiley

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September 03, 2017, 12:14:41 PM
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Hey,
just wanna show you one of my mining rigs.
Right now we are setting up a large mining facility and more rigs are in production.
I keep you updated and post more pictures if intrested. Smiley


http://imgur.com/h8kkcbr.jpg
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September 03, 2017, 03:55:32 PM
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Hey,
just wanna show you one of my mining rigs.
Right now we are setting up a large mining facility and more rigs are in production.
I keep you updated and post more pictures if intrested. Smiley




Nice clean rig, are you using those 1x3 pcie splitters to get 8 GPU's ?  Its crazy when you look at the cost of that rig though...1080tis man they are expensive Smiley

                                 
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September 03, 2017, 04:57:16 PM
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Hey,
just wanna show you one of my mining rigs.
Right now we are setting up a large mining facility and more rigs are in production.
I keep you updated and post more pictures if intrested. Smiley


http://imgur.com/h8kkcbr.jpg

Nice clean rig, are you using those 1x3 pcie splitters to get 8 GPU's ?  Its crazy when you look at the cost of that rig though...1080tis man they are expensive Smiley

Thank you very much!
Yes I think a clean and nice rig you can reproduce is important when you do it larger.
I use two. M.2 to PCI-e adapter to get 8 gpus running.
Yes, we had to spend some money on the rigs  Roll Eyes
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September 03, 2017, 05:04:56 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.



I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

Very creative design.   Smiley

Yeah, it's good one! I like your decision with hexagonal pattern. Really, mining is art.

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September 04, 2017, 01:52:59 PM
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Thanks!!  Wink
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September 04, 2017, 03:21:58 PM
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My very small mining area in my friend's warehouse:





Today it is:

1 S7-LN
1 eBit 6Th/s
2 Avalon A6
2 Avalon 741

Running at 230v powered off the two TrippLite UPSes.

More to come, of course - Mining is addictive. Gotta get the exhaust fans installed behind the miners and then an intake fan in front of them.
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September 06, 2017, 03:20:56 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.



I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

man that is a killer looking rig i really like how you made it look cool and not like most other mining cases

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September 06, 2017, 05:52:14 PM
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Hi, thanks, you can see it in Thingiverse, you only search for "6 GPUs mining rig", and if you have a 3D printer, you can print yourself  Grin Grin Grin.

Regards.
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September 06, 2017, 05:56:50 PM
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That is one crazy design for a mining rig, lol.
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September 06, 2017, 07:46:56 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.



I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

man that is a killer looking rig i really like how you made it look cool and not like most other mining cases

I Love this design, very creative.

one question though, why aren't the risers powered?  Huh

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September 06, 2017, 08:23:29 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.



I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

man that is a killer looking rig i really like how you made it look cool and not like most other mining cases

I Love this design, very creative.

one question though, why aren't the risers powered?  Huh
If the cards are powered by 6/8 pin plugs and aren't strictly powered by the pcie connector, there shouldn't be a need for the risers to be powered. Seems to be the case here.














 

 

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September 06, 2017, 08:53:07 PM
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Hi, the risers aren´t powered because when I finished the assembly I took the photos, and then I connected it to the power.

Regards.
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September 07, 2017, 05:25:46 PM
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one question though, why aren't the risers powered?  Huh
If the cards are powered by 6/8 pin plugs and aren't strictly powered by the pcie connector, there shouldn't be a need for the risers to be powered. Seems to be the case here.

I wasn't aware of that, you learn something new every day! thanks  Cool

Hi, the risers aren´t powered because when I finished the assembly I took the photos, and then I connected it to the power.

Regards.


Hows the heat dissipation? I'd expect it to get quite warm as all the heats going into the center

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September 07, 2017, 05:30:53 PM
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one question though, why aren't the risers powered?  Huh
If the cards are powered by 6/8 pin plugs and aren't strictly powered by the pcie connector, there shouldn't be a need for the risers to be powered. Seems to be the case here.

I wasn't aware of that, you learn something new every day! thanks  Cool

Hi, the risers aren´t powered because when I finished the assembly I took the photos, and then I connected it to the power.

Regards.


Hows the heat dissipation? I'd expect it to get quite warm as all the heats going into the center

Depends on the graphics cards and the heatsink design. Most of the heat from my graphics cards come out of the top of the card (EVGA 1080gtx) so it might not push as much heat into the center.
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September 07, 2017, 06:02:33 PM
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Hello, my Gpus are running at 60º Celsius, overclocked.

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September 07, 2017, 09:28:45 PM
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Hello everybody!!

I´m new in the mining game, and I want to show my 6 GPUs mining rig´s design, I designed it, I printed it, and I mounted it!! It works fine at 2020 Sol/sec with 6 GTX 1060 6GB.

http://i63.tinypic.com/15g9mv5.jpg

I designed it in hexagonal pattern to improve the heat dissipation, I hope do you like it!!!

Regards...

man that is a killer looking rig i really like how you made it look cool and not like most other mining cases

I Love this design, very creative.

one question though, why aren't the risers powered?  Huh
If the cards are powered by 6/8 pin plugs and aren't strictly powered by the pcie connector, there shouldn't be a need for the risers to be powered. Seems to be the case here.

You should make it so that it is stackable, so you can put another hexagon on top of it, but alternating where the GPU's stick out.


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September 08, 2017, 04:59:40 AM
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Hello, you can stack another hexagon in an easy way, but the problem will be the wiring, you will need so long cables.

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September 08, 2017, 06:13:34 AM
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Hello, you can stack another hexagon in an easy way, but the problem will be the wiring, you will need so long cables.

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Not to mention but also the weight on the wall. I would think it would be better to just add another on the wall next to it unless of course you fill up a whole room with one long hexagon... Wink
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