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November 06, 2014, 08:38:53 PM
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I'm guessing that this farm didn't have proper overcurrent protection and grounding. I don't think the density is what's at fault.

Don't want to draw conclusions but the setup looks a bit greedy. I mean he had the cash to buy all these fancy miners, but stacked them all on top of each other to fit as many as he could in that small space. The wiring is a mess and I assume the electricians did a lousy job. This could have been avoided if he just cut 2 or 3 of those SP30's and used the cash elsewhere.


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November 06, 2014, 09:50:38 PM
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Interesting that the owner of such a big mining facility is so inactive on BitcoinTalk.

Doesn't surprise me at all.
He could be busy with other work, active on another forum - in other words - has a life outside of here.

Is there any other good forum for bitcoin mining discussion ?
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November 06, 2014, 11:31:35 PM
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Interesting that the owner of such a big mining facility is so inactive on BitcoinTalk.

Doesn't surprise me at all.
He could be busy with other work, active on another forum - in other words - has a life outside of here.

Is there any other good forum for bitcoin mining discussion ?
There are some ocasional posts on reddit and some pools have their own forums, but this one is the largest.


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November 15, 2014, 10:35:07 PM
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Interesting that the owner of such a big mining facility is so inactive on BitcoinTalk.

Doesn't surprise me at all.
He could be busy with other work, active on another forum - in other words - has a life outside of here.

Is there any other good forum for bitcoin mining discussion ?
There are some ocasional posts on reddit and some pools have their own forums, but this one is the largest.

There's also cryptocointalk. That's the next biggest forum, after this one.

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