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September 16, 2011, 04:13:51 AM
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My version is still under development...

Wow. 184 MH/s. Awesome. Do you have a thread about this, these pictures trigger many questions in my head: do you sell this, etc.. Wink

Wait, what? Isn't that a single FPGA? Or is that just what you got for those lucky 5 minutes? If so, that's a little misleading, no? Wink

It's a LUCKY 5min, haha.
120MH/s average, a single FPGA.
But please look carefully,  on the right of the pic are statistics of past servel blocks, approx. 120MH/s.
Instead of using a platform cable, a simple USB interface is implemented in this design. And a  mining chain(numbers of FPGA connect in a daisy chain and sharing a single USB connection) will coming soon.

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September 16, 2011, 06:32:43 PM
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My version is still under development...

Wow. 184 MH/s. Awesome. Do you have a thread about this, these pictures trigger many questions in my head: do you sell this, etc.. Wink

Wait, what? Isn't that a single FPGA? Or is that just what you got for those lucky 5 minutes? If so, that's a little misleading, no? Wink

let me quote what ArtForz said on #namecoin today (I hope he doesn't mind, I quote him a lot):

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<ArtForz> I wouldnt be surprised if someone got 300Mh/s+ out of a S6-LX150

While this is not a prediction, it says a lot (at least for me, it does)

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September 21, 2011, 12:11:28 AM
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Some of you guys have some great looking rigs.. some others.. omg.. FIRE!

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September 24, 2011, 03:22:31 PM
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Pretty happy with the way these things turned out. I'm still waiting on a new mobo to fill the top rack.









The cases were built buy a great guy over at hard forum. He's more than happy to make any custom modifications you may need and is constantly improving his design based on customer feed back.

At $120 a pop I couldn't be happier. The only other custom built cases I found like this were $300+. Even the build it yourself guide on this forum runs $100 and takes up an afternoon to build. (and with my build patience would come out lopsided looking like poo lol)

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http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1618331

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http://richchomiczewski.wordpress.com/
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September 24, 2011, 05:18:02 PM
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^^^ That is a very nice frame for a mining rig. And the prices are quite reasonable. About the only "flaw" I see is that you attach the GPUs with zip ties, which seems a bit ghetto compared to how slick the rest of the rig is (but yeah, doesn't matter). Thanks for sharing. 

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September 24, 2011, 06:51:36 PM
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Thanks  Grin

Ya he included a thicker bracket for holding the cards than the originals which keeps the cards from falling but still allows them to slide a bit. I used zip ties to keep the cards from sliding.

He contacted me as soon as he saw my pictures for any input. He was disappointed the new design didn't work 100%. The next batch of these cases will have rubber in the clamp and a 3rd screw in the middle Which should eliminate the need for zip ties. Like I said he's a great guy and really wants to make a great product.
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September 25, 2011, 12:50:50 AM
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nice picture of that 6x 5830s... very intriguing... Here's mine. 4x 5850s @ 1.4 Gh/s windows 7 setup.








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September 27, 2011, 12:53:30 PM
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I've been waiting a while to post these, but here we go. It's still not complete, but it good enough shape to share.



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September 27, 2011, 10:34:40 PM
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Whoa! How much power is that rack pulling?
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September 27, 2011, 10:47:46 PM
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Whoa! How much power is that rack pulling?

My guess is just short of 16kw just by doing a card count and estimate. 
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September 27, 2011, 11:03:24 PM
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You should post that at the Bitcoin Mining Rig Builders Competition , we are giving away 25 BTC!
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September 27, 2011, 11:04:45 PM
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Man, that's a crazy dense and clean setup. Is that 5 5850's on each rig? I'd really like a close up


Nice furniture movers on the feet lol

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September 27, 2011, 11:51:57 PM
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Whoa! How much power is that rack pulling?

My guess is just short of 16kw just by doing a card count and estimate. 

My spreadsheet says around 17Kw but it looks like i over estimated according to my power bill.

You should post that at the Bitcoin Mining Rig Builders Competition , we are giving away 25 BTC!

Already have Smiley -> http://btcnetwork.com/coinconnect/pg/pages/view/1302/gigavps-mining-operation

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Man, that's crazy dense and clean setup. Is that 5 5850's on each rig? I'd really like a close up


Nice furniture movers on the feet lol

Here are some more pics. Below is a closer look at the rack.



Here are some rigs getting burnt in before being moved over to the DC.

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September 28, 2011, 12:01:27 AM
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Can u specific the hardware and the mhas per rig please ?
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September 28, 2011, 12:11:01 AM
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Can u specific the hardware and the mhas per rig please ?

10 rigs with 5 5830s at 965/300. 1560Mh/s per rig. 15.6Gh/s total.
3 rigs with 5 6950s at 860/500. 1750Mh/s per rig. 5.25Gh/s total.
4 rigs with 4 5970s at 825/500. 2210Mh/s per rig. 8.84Gh/s total.

29.6Gh not including a lowly 5850 hashing away at my house.
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September 28, 2011, 12:19:30 AM
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I cant have a stable 3 x 5850 at 890,300 and u have a 5 x 5830 at 965,300 ? Have u do it? A better mother ?
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September 28, 2011, 12:30:11 AM
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I cant have a stable 3 x 5850 at 890,300 and u have a 5 x 5830 at 965,300 ? Have u do it? A better mother ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=37880.msg472620#msg472620
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September 28, 2011, 12:46:56 AM
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gigasvps...nicest setup so far!!!
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September 28, 2011, 04:08:12 PM
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Those 5970 really blow the hot air out the 'front' of the card, so will you be mounting these new rigs in a reverse direction then all the others?  so the house fans blow the air from back to front?

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September 28, 2011, 06:19:16 PM
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Those 5970 really blow the hot air out the 'front' of the card, so will you be mounting these new rigs in a reverse direction then all the others?  so the house fans blow the air from back to front?

All of the hot air on my 5970s blow out the metal end of the card where you plug in the monitor. If you look at the bottom of the rack in the picture above, you can see they are sitting reverse from the rest of the machines. All of the other cards rely on pressure in a normal computer case to help blow the hot air in the right direction so when they are in the open, they don't do what they are supposed to.
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