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December 08, 2014, 07:58:08 PM
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Does anyone have a suggestion for less noisy fans that could be used to replace the sunon fans? And my fans came without a grill Angry so it sliced off a peice of my finger whilst instaling it, 3 weeks ago now and it still hurts...

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December 09, 2014, 01:25:12 AM
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Does anyone have a suggestion for less noisy fans that could be used to replace the sunon fans? And my fans came without a grill Angry so it sliced off a peice of my finger whilst instaling it, 3 weeks ago now and it still hurts...

Quite honestly I think these are quite overcooled, so any mid range high pressure fans (Corsair I'm looking at you). Might need a small underclock if hash rate goes unstable.

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December 10, 2014, 12:03:00 PM
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Does anyone have a suggestion for less noisy fans that could be used to replace the sunon fans? And my fans came without a grill Angry so it sliced off a peice of my finger whilst instaling it, 3 weeks ago now and it still hurts...

Quite honestly I think these are quite overcooled, so any mid range high pressure fans (Corsair I'm looking at you). Might need a small underclock if hash rate goes unstable.

Could you post me a link to a correct model that i could use 'cause I'm a bit new to the miner modding thing... and the miner is not currently at this location so I can't measure anything

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December 10, 2014, 04:17:13 PM
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Does anyone have a suggestion for less noisy fans that could be used to replace the sunon fans? And my fans came without a grill Angry so it sliced off a peice of my finger whilst instaling it, 3 weeks ago now and it still hurts...

Quite honestly I think these are quite overcooled, so any mid range high pressure fans (Corsair I'm looking at you). Might need a small underclock if hash rate goes unstable.

Could you post me a link to a correct model that i could use 'cause I'm a bit new to the miner modding thing... and the miner is not currently at this location so I can't measure anything

It would be these. Its a significant step down in cooling power though so be careful.

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December 26, 2014, 09:54:17 AM
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Would these also work on a RasPi and cgminer-3.6.1 (I used in the past on the HEX16 boards...)?

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December 26, 2014, 09:58:45 AM
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Would these also work on a RasPi and cgminer-3.6.1 (I used in the past on the HEX16 boards...)?


No, you need to use newer cgminer & apply the latest patch.
Latest patch is for cgminer 4.6.1.
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December 26, 2014, 10:07:44 AM
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Would these also work on a RasPi and cgminer-3.6.1 (I used in the past on the HEX16 boards...)?


No, you need to use newer cgminer & apply the latest patch.
Latest patch is for cgminer 4.6.1.

Thanks, for the (super-) quick reply!

And do I need a PSU with 4 separate cables? Or would 2 cables with the integrated splitter (so 4 PCI 6pin connectors, 2 per cable) work too?

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December 26, 2014, 10:11:38 AM
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Would these also work on a RasPi and cgminer-3.6.1 (I used in the past on the HEX16 boards...)?


No, you need to use newer cgminer & apply the latest patch.
Latest patch is for cgminer 4.6.1.

Thanks, for the (super-) quick reply!

And do I need a PSU with 4 separate cables? Or would 2 cables with the integrated splitter (so 4 PCI 6pin connectors, 2 per cable) work too?


You must use 4 separate cables. 2 cables will be very hot.
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December 26, 2014, 10:37:01 AM
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Would these also work on a RasPi and cgminer-3.6.1 (I used in the past on the HEX16 boards...)?


No, you need to use newer cgminer & apply the latest patch.
Latest patch is for cgminer 4.6.1.

Thanks, for the (super-) quick reply!

And do I need a PSU with 4 separate cables? Or would 2 cables with the integrated splitter (so 4 PCI 6pin connectors, 2 per cable) work too?


You must use 4 separate cables. 2 cables will be very hot.

And... thanks again!!!

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