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February 09, 2014, 10:43:47 PM
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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...

That's amazing great work, I bet you already got a ROI. I really want to upgrade but I need to get atleast half of my investment in crypto back before I can justify spending more $.

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February 09, 2014, 10:47:37 PM
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Here is my first rig, The crate is from Iceland lol. It was hard to cut it. 4 x Gigabyte r9 280x Rev 2 hashing 730kh each. total 2.92mh rig.







Should I point my Powersupply fan to outside?



This was my gaming rig with ancient msi p35 platinum mb and downgraded cpu to intel e4500 dual core. 4 x Gigabyte r9 280x Rev 2 hashing 740kh each. total 1.48mh rig.



realy nice rig, good idea to pt some cards in original slots too Smiley
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February 10, 2014, 04:16:49 PM
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Its summer for me all year round. So jealous..

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February 10, 2014, 05:45:27 PM
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3x5850 @ 1000Kh/s

5x280x @ 3500Kh/s


how much you're making in a week?

what mobo and specs u use for ur 5x280x?
how much revenue in a day/week?

Very nice !!

@xorion About 280$/week right now, but i have more machines incoming.

@LMOBS Thanks will update soon with 2 new rigs

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February 10, 2014, 06:16:19 PM
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3x5850 @ 1000Kh/s



Nice to see some 5850's still running, Ive got 7 that have been mining 24/7 since July 2012. (Bitcoin and then switched to Litecoin when ASICs came out)

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February 10, 2014, 06:18:31 PM
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I'm curious to see some pictures of those mining rigs.  Share your pictures of your rig and then details of build and mhash/sec.  Let's get a frame of reference up here with some visuals. 

I'm a gamer so this is an older gaming rig (2+ years old now) 



A single 4890 that produces 100 mhash.  Bitcoin mining will help me justify putting together a tri or quad video card setup relatively soon.


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February 10, 2014, 06:45:45 PM
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I'm curious to see some pictures of those mining rigs.  Share your pictures of your rig and then details of build and mhash/sec.  Let's get a frame of reference up here with some visuals.  

I'm a gamer so this is an older gaming rig (2+ years old now)  



A single 4890 that produces 100 mhash.  Bitcoin mining will help me justify putting together a tri or quad video card setup relatively soon.


You need to invest in a can of air my friend

No comment on that.... (First post on this thread....)
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February 10, 2014, 10:24:24 PM
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Hey guys, looking good!  Cool

Here's my modest machine, I use it for work and gaming as well as mining. My office is right next to the living room, and obnoxious whirring fans got the big thumbs-down from the wife. So I watercooled it.







Cards are 2x7990s, radiators are 1x120, 1x240 and 1x140. Case is a Lian Li midtower. The radiator fan shroud looks nice, but it does restrict the fans a bit. The mobo is an older model, and I had big stability issues getting it to run with 4 GPUs. I threw an EVGA power boost in the 1xPCIE slot and bingo, works perfectly. Individual GPUs are undervolted to 1.150, 1.145, 1.160 and 1.110v respectively. These are the lowest stable values I have found and it saves a few hundred watts at the wall compared to stock 1.2v.

Speaking of power, here we are pulling 1300w...



You'll notice my PSU is a Corsair HX1000. Funny thing about this power supply, it's actually a 1500w unit in disguise, but Corsair couldn't label it as such or else they'd lose the efficiency rating. I grabbed it for $70 from another forum member last year and have had no stability problems pulling 700w+ from each rail. The fan doesn't even spin up all the way pulling 1300w. I had it at 1450w for awhile before I undervolted the cards. The thing is a beast.

And the results are about 3.1Mh give or take, each core running @ 1100/1500. GPU0 runs the desktop, so it hashes a bit lower when the computer is in use. To game, I simply shut off one (or two). Interesting story about the VRM temps, when using the stock thermal pads on the EK waterblocks they were shooting up to 80 degrees or more. I replaced them with Fujipoly thermal pads and they literally dropped 20 degrees. I totally recommend them.

Happy (and safe) mining everyone!
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February 10, 2014, 11:27:40 PM
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Hey guys, looking good!  Cool

Here's my modest machine, I use it for work and gaming as well as mining. My office is right next to the living room, and obnoxious whirring fans got the big thumbs-down from the wife. So I watercooled it.







Cards are 2x7990s, radiators are 1x120, 1x240 and 1x140. Case is a Lian Li midtower. The radiator fan shroud looks nice, but it does restrict the fans a bit. The mobo is an older model, and I had big stability issues getting it to run with 4 GPUs. I threw an EVGA power boost in the 1xPCIE slot and bingo, works perfectly. Individual GPUs are undervolted to 1.150, 1.145, 1.160 and 1.110v respectively. These are the lowest stable values I have found and it saves a few hundred watts at the wall compared to stock 1.2v.

Speaking of power, here we are pulling 1300w...



You'll notice my PSU is a Corsair HX1000. Funny thing about this power supply, it's actually a 1500w unit in disguise, but Corsair couldn't label it as such or else they'd lose the efficiency rating. I grabbed it for $70 from another forum member last year and have had no stability problems pulling 700w+ from each rail. The fan doesn't even spin up all the way pulling 1300w. I had it at 1450w for awhile before I undervolted the cards. The thing is a beast.

And the results are about 3.1Mh give or take, each core running @ 1100/1500. GPU0 runs the desktop, so it hashes a bit lower when the computer is in use. To game, I simply shut off one (or two). Interesting story about the VRM temps, when using the stock thermal pads on the EK waterblocks they were shooting up to 80 degrees or more. I replaced them with Fujipoly thermal pads and they literally dropped 20 degrees. I totally recommend them.

Happy (and safe) mining everyone!


Very nice rig, great temps. it is amazing 1000W power supply unit.
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February 11, 2014, 12:00:12 AM
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Wow.. .some nice posts on the last couple of pages!!!

I'll try to make my next miner more clean and pretty ^^
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February 11, 2014, 12:47:57 AM
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Thought i would share 2 of the rigs i have built. we plan on building about 20 total before the end of the month. Each rig has  4x Gigabyte R9 270's  1000w gold psu (only draws about 850-900) using cgremote (highly recommend!) hottest gpu temp runs at only 65 degrees so they stay very cool



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February 11, 2014, 02:42:28 AM
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Looks so Cool! Congrats!
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February 11, 2014, 02:52:25 AM
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Time to show off my "work-in-progress" rig. (17 MH/s at the moment)
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That 5970 will be replace with a better card, hint the card will look like the one behind it.







Also the space is doing well for the winter but it will change quite a bit during the spring and summer.
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February 11, 2014, 03:07:26 AM
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man whats your electricity bill like?
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February 11, 2014, 03:22:50 AM
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man whats your electricity bill like?


Well now with the bill coming up I think it will be around 750 to 800 for the whole house but the rigs alone cost about 430.00 USD......rates are low here Smiley
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February 11, 2014, 09:48:27 AM
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Air flow!!, undervolt.

xfx 280x 2 way. vertcoin
(scrypt 730 - 740KH)








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February 11, 2014, 10:23:39 AM
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Here is my little baby  Smiley



4x270x running at 1870 kh/s @ 700W
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February 11, 2014, 10:51:52 AM
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4x Sapphire R9 280X rig
Running on Ubuntu USB key.
1150W, each card 71°C and 690kh/s, total 2.76Mh/s
We can set each card to 730Kh/s but rig is not stable and reboot all the time.





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February 11, 2014, 11:57:13 AM
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Here is my little baby  Smiley

http://i.imgur.com/Bjr0kRg.jpg?1

4x270x running at 1870 kh/s @ 700W

Beautiful structure. I want to make a well put my R9 5 280x Grin
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February 11, 2014, 05:20:14 PM
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Here's our 7 card 290x monster rig from Ninja Group Buy #4.  It's a rack mounted tray design meant for deployment into a data center cabinet.
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