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February 02, 2014, 07:51:45 AM
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Version 1.1 of the AntRack, has ~36 ants on it. Still not 100% happy with the airflow and cabling, but its getting closer.

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February 02, 2014, 05:29:17 PM
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4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980




Here are the GPU settings, loads of rejects because middlecoin has been sketchy these last couple of days Sad

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February 02, 2014, 07:39:25 PM
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4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980




Here are the GPU settings, loads of rejects because middlecoin has been sketchy these last couple of days Sad



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February 03, 2014, 04:07:31 PM
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My current system runs fine with 1xHD7950 and 2xHD5850 on a Corsair HX850w PSU. I just ordered an extra 2xHD7950, two powered risers and a 850w single rail PSU and I'm starting to be confused on how to wire it up.

What I think I have to do:
- NEVER power one PSU while the other isn't running, so run them simultaneously only.
- For cards powered by a secondary PSU the power from the powered risers must come from the same secondary PSU.

What is the correct way to do it according to you without killing my hardware?

Sorry I'm asking this here but I get mixed answers ranging from "IT'LL BURN YOUR HOUSE DOWN AND KILL YOUR KITTENS" to "nah, it'll run fine".
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February 03, 2014, 04:17:48 PM
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4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980




Here are the GPU settings, loads of rejects because middlecoin has been sketchy these last couple of days Sad



From Where Did you get this rig and it cost...Very nice

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February 03, 2014, 04:33:50 PM
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4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980

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Here are the GPU settings, loads of rejects because middlecoin has been sketchy these last couple of days Sad

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What's your average daily income at middle coin with this rig?

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February 03, 2014, 07:26:45 PM
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My current system runs fine with 1xHD7950 and 2xHD5850 on a Corsair HX850w PSU. I just ordered an extra 2xHD7950, two powered risers and a 850w single rail PSU and I'm starting to be confused on how to wire it up.

What I think I have to do:
- NEVER power one PSU while the other isn't running, so run them simultaneously only.
- For cards powered by a secondary PSU the power from the powered risers must come from the same secondary PSU.

What is the correct way to do it according to you without killing my hardware?

Sorry I'm asking this here but I get mixed answers ranging from "IT'LL BURN YOUR HOUSE DOWN AND KILL YOUR KITTENS" to "nah, it'll run fine".

Look at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7216.msg4637321#msg4637321 - 3 same quality PSUs are wired together (every 12V branch) and no problem. 3 of 4 risers are powered with 12V link cut, fourth riser is non powered draining power from mobo. Runs flawlessly for about half a year.

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February 03, 2014, 09:07:11 PM
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20x Sapphire R9 290
4x Asus M5A99FX PRO
4x Corsair 750w
4x Corsair 1000w
4x HDD 32Go SSD
4x 4Go
4x CPU Sempron
Misc risers
Custom wooden rig, match anyone ? Cheesy

Delivering ~16.6 Mh/s
Burning ~6500W (distributed on 4 circuits of 10 amps each)

Working on a much better 19" rackable rig, cause this beast can't scale no more.
No way I'm going to put a third level on this thing Smiley

I've seen about 100 pages of this thread, but your rig is the beast! It inspired me to save some money and start building! Smiley

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February 04, 2014, 04:17:48 AM
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4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980

From Where Did you get this rig and it cost...Very nice

I built it.  It cost about $2200 to set up.

4 x R9 290s   XFX Black Editition - factory OC to 980

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Here are the GPU settings, loads of rejects because middlecoin has been sketchy these last couple of days Sad

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What's your average daily income at middle coin with this rig?

Hard to really say.  I coin hop a lot onto new coins, because you never know if they'll catch on some day like DOGE. Smiley 

Since I built it though the payouts have ranged from 0.04-0.1 BTC per day when I spent a full 24 hrs mining on middlecoin when I need a quick infusion of BTC.
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February 04, 2014, 04:49:54 AM
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Update 2: Have over 20MH now which was my goal from the start, once reached its not enough and now feels like I have 1 card running.

I've moved most of the PC's into custom rack and now sitting a on a shelf and left the other 3 Rigs inside the HAF X-B case as pictures below.


35 GPU cards in total, 1 x 290x, 6 x 280x , 27 x 7950 and 1 x 7970

Still have 4 cards in RMA, which will bring it to 39...






Since the last post Ive added a few more GPU's,.... Should be around 16MH now and by end of the week will be 20MH once my powered risers arrives from Hong Kong and also have 3 cards in RMA

6 x Sapphire Dual-X 280X


5 card setup


4 Card setup in HAF XB case







Here is 2 pics of my 9 card setup over 2 cases, I have in total 18 x 7950, 1 x 5870, 1 x 5830 , 1 x 5970(offline constant crashing) , 2 x 7970(offline using in gaming rig for friend for BF3)


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4 x Gigabyte 7950                 in Haf-XB case (as pictiured) using Antec 1200W PSU limited to 4 cards
5 x Sapphire Vapour-X 7950  in Haf-XB Case (as pictured) using Thermaltake 1500W PSU


5 x Sapphire 7950





4 x Gigabyte 7950









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February 04, 2014, 06:17:47 AM
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Wow Im drooling.
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February 04, 2014, 07:21:54 AM
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Wow Im drooling.

Wait till you see the power bill  Shocked Cheesy

Awesome setup though  Cool

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February 04, 2014, 02:21:34 PM
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3x5850 @ 1000Kh/s



5x280x @ 3500Kh/s

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February 04, 2014, 11:33:05 PM
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Update: Moved the USB hubs into another case i had. Bought some aluminum sheet metal and cut to size and drilled holes in it to attach it to the motherboard standoffs. ordered some fans off new egg and some connectors. heres the finished product. The power for the fans is being piggy backed off of my primary computer supply.

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February 05, 2014, 04:05:20 AM
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Well we scrapped the rack mount idea. 19" shelves are too expensive, and cramming 5 GPUs into a 17" wide space doesn't leave a lot of room for airflow between them.

This is our new setup. We've got 2 rigs moved over. Another 2 will be moved into the second shelf by the end of the week. We're waiting on GPUs to shipped, and a 200A subpannel to be brought into the room so we can power everything off 220, then we can fill the lower 3 shelves. Total will be 10 rigs.


Used some 1"x2" wood to mount the GPUs, including some custom work to mount the 290 cards that don't have a PCIe bracket.


Up close of the bracket. Had to shave the wood, as the notch in the board isn't quite 1" wide. It fits very nicely, and doesn't lean or flop anywhere. It's not directly mounted or screwed to the wood anywhere (like the 280x cards are), but it's def not moving anywhere. The GPUs can't be removed without unscrewing the top wood piece, but they can be slid left/right if needed.


Shot of our PSUs, and all 10 GPUs on one shelf. There's ~4" of spacing between the GPUs, so there's plenty of breathing room.


And finally, not everything can be neat and clean. This is our test rig, where we fine tune what each GPU make/model can do. Of course, we had to make it as messy as possible to post on the internet!

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February 05, 2014, 05:10:03 AM
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Wow again  Shocked Shocked
You guys never stop amazing me!
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February 05, 2014, 06:02:57 AM
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A mining flower and a couple of Casascius coins. With a USB fan that is quite effective without making much noise.



is that a *gasp* - REDEEMED - casacius coin!?

how many hashes do the coins get?

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February 05, 2014, 08:16:49 AM
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I've moved from running MacMiner on the MacBook Pro to running the Butterfly and Antminer U1's from a Raspberry Pi running MinePeon and updated bfgminer from nwoolls and thanks to a post from errkal.

I am monitoring from CGRemote (notice the Mac is dark and the Pi is online):

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February 05, 2014, 07:17:04 PM
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I used to have my gear stashed in a wooden bar in the dining room.  After that, it found a home for a while in a changing table (normally used when changing a baby's diaper) in the office/spare bedroom.  Now it's in the laundry room, where all of the heat and some of the noise are kept away from people:



Some of the boards in the Bitfury rig are missing heatsinks because they arrived a few days before the heatsinks, but they're hashing OK without them.  The BFL Jalapeños are controlled by the RPi in the Bitfury rig.  The Bitfury and BFL hardware are running off a 550W Seasonic, while the Antminer has a 600W Corsair.  Total hashrate is about 450 GH/s; power consumption is about 700W.  Since the laundry room doesn't have a network run going to it, I'm using a powerline network adapter (not shown) for access.

Up to a point, more Bitfury hardware will just slot in...it's already expanded from 2 cards to 6, and then to 9.  For more Antminers or other hardware, though, I'll probably need to figure out something better than just using the shelf that's already in the room.  For more power, I'd most likely need to run another circuit.  The room was set up for a gas dryer only, so there's no 240V 30A service in place.  Adding a 14-30R outlet wouldn't be out of place, and it could feed a subpanel (?) with four independent 120V 15A circuits.

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February 05, 2014, 09:03:13 PM
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Here's some pictures of my rigs, page 1 and 2 has pics. Its not as nice as some posted but I like her!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=447962.0

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