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August 10, 2014, 09:06:42 PM
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This 8U quiet server cabinet is suitable for  two Spondoolies-Tech SP30s.





 





Features
  • 19" Rack-mount cabinet
  • Entire interior lined with noise absorbing and noise blocking foam (-10dB reduction; video here)
  • Front intake via duct/door
  • Rear exhaust via duct/door (with a 4x10-inch cutout to connect to exhaust system)
  • 4x 8U round hole server rack posts
  • Ships flat-packed (from New Hampshire)

Specifications
Form Factor8U
MaterialsAluminum extrusion, aluminum sheeting, acrylic
Supported chassis depth23.5-inches (596mm)
Internal DimensionsHeight: 15.5-inches (394mm)
Width: 20.5-inches (521mm)
Depth: 23.5-inches (596mm)
External DimensionsHeight: 20.5-inches (521mm)
Width: 21.5-inches (546mm)
Depth: 37.5-inches (957mm)
Weight49 pounds (22.3 kg)

$895, plus shipping from New Hampshire.

-Rich

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August 13, 2014, 06:47:49 AM
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Great work!  Can it stand up to be slimmer or is it best to keep it on the wheels?

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August 13, 2014, 07:29:40 AM
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Yeah looks really, really sweet. I also dig that exhaust port...I can only imagine how hot those things will get. TBH though, I wonder how many people will actually be placing those miners in data centers due to the 2000W+ power draw

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August 13, 2014, 11:18:04 AM
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Great work!  Can it stand up to be slimmer or is it best to keep it on the wheels?
Thanks.

Hmmmm, if you want the miners to be mounted "tail up", yes you could rotate the cabinet onto its front, but then I'd recommend flipping the rear door, or a redesign of the rear door (exhaust port directly on the back door sheeting).

Yeah looks really, really sweet. I also dig that exhaust port...I can only imagine how hot those things will get. TBH though, I wonder how many people will actually be placing those miners in data centers due to the 2000W+ power draw

Yeah, the unfortunate higher-than-expected power draw of the SP30 is a disappointment.

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September 04, 2014, 11:52:09 PM
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September 05, 2014, 12:27:04 AM
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Nice! If I were buying this I would also ask for optional 1U blanking plates to be made. That way if there were any empty space above the miners you could use the plates to block it off so that the inside of the case would be split into a hot side and a cold side.

I have SP30's but unfortunately I am not running them at home so I have no need for this case.

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