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July 02, 2012, 11:15:51 AM
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Here is my mining rig packed in 4 boxes. I have used MSI 6770 graphics (around 200mhs). Every box have 20 graphics cards, and produce about 4 ghs per box. I have low cost electricity, so I have bought this graphics.

http://ultraphoto.org/images/f21xdmc2i1s3d3u95rdq.jpg

I originally posted on other forum, so here is the link about this project  Wink

http://www.bitcoinbalkan.com/forum/hardver/3252-mining-box


Bitcoinbalkan is on serbian language, so I will translate it on English in next post..
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July 02, 2012, 11:22:35 AM
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Amazing rigs! How big is one of the boxes?

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July 02, 2012, 11:23:06 AM
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dude....

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July 02, 2012, 11:32:35 AM
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I thought 1 box = 1 rig (tray), ... and that you might have typo'd in saying 20 per box.  


Then I saw this photo that gives perspective:

 

wow!

 

agree!

 

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July 02, 2012, 11:35:05 AM
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Only this:

 

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July 02, 2012, 11:40:09 AM
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here is solid translation of complete post. I want it to place this topic in HARDWARE section, and because I am newbie here it is in this section. Sorry about my bad English  Grin

My boxes Smiley

http://ultraphoto.org/images/f21xdmc2i1s3d3u95rdq.jpg

Since I am limited with space (office) that I rented (13 m2), I had to pack all the equipment in the tunnels, by which I ensure stable operation of all equipment. Since I was hiding in the price (60e) is included and electricity use, I decided to MSI 6770 graf.

How do I make it better circulars air (ventilation), I designed a structure to which I have set the motherboard and 4 graphics cards. With the construction of the two power supplies (mainly used one power supply, but again let there be a option for second PSU). Here are some pictures of construction:

http://ultraphoto.org/images/glcolx3p57a2bvu5txh1.jpg

http://ultraphoto.org/images/x6daa9ibgy2alol9bljn.jpg

http://ultraphoto.org/images/7uff7jjzb3mre6mma4kk.jpg

Here are the pictures of constructions posted in the tunnel

http://ultraphoto.org/images/2vhq348q4cputpmffn5.jpg

At the entrance of the tunnel I put 4 fans that will insufflate cold air from the office and also at the exit of the tunnel I put 4 more fans that will erupt through the drain pipe out warm air from the tunnel. I used a brand SUNON fans at 220v (used for server cabinets and endure temperatures from -10 to + 60C).

http://ultraphoto.org/images/3jur8uff7g2d8j33gw33.jpg

Since the office has a total of two windows that can open a window to a place I have built a wooden panel (MDF), which I drilled holes for the exhaust of hot air. Since I have a total of four tunnels, I drilled 16 holes on 2 plates. 17th hole is the exhaust hot air from mobile air conditioners.

http://ultraphoto.org/images/pddbwlsd68xc6ufhwxn1.jpg

Air is set to 19c, but never really percentages that temperature: lol:

http://ultraphoto.org/images/pz7s3k6tlsdd2m7jv9sj.jpg

There is also an IP camera in order to have an insight into developments in the room itself :lol:

http://ultraphoto.org/images/84hz0qvnb4vda17t41m.jpg

The room temperature is between 25 and 30c, depending on external influences. The temperature in the tunnel is 33 to 40 c. I carried out a temperature monitoring device with the lowest cost, how to have insight into what happens in a closed box.

http://ultraphoto.org/images/gitkmc7xbnfkepk8841q.jpg

Power supply for all the equipment I brought over a mini cubicle, where in addition to fuses, timers and set the switches, that when a power failure, or return the current system, have fallen one by one machine, to avoid popping the fuse. In the cupboard I put a switch, that this network cables reminiscent of the Bird's Nest: lol: but also done an excellent job  B)

http://ultraphoto.org/images/2jhsrx5l4y5jd42zjx8b.jpg

http://ultraphoto.org/images/gusrx6hgr3yew5v4dtgg.jpg

At the door of the closet have placed 3 amp, so I had the exact extent to which access may be charged once the three phases which are linked

http://ultraphoto.org/images/mf1yy6957nnvrs24z7.jpg

All cables (power and network) are packed in the channels on the side of the tunnel, and brought the ignition switch to the tunnel ventilation system for each individual Smiley

http://ultraphoto.org/images/exnuiq3rgpj3ckhxbstc.jpg

On one side of the tunnel were left with the handle hinges to the side of the tunnel could be opened. Here's how it looks when everything is finally closed.

http://ultraphoto.org/images/fn7g9vg6ro4b67l219w.jpg

Since the small office area, and the fans at the entrance of a large quantity of air creep, I had to improvise a little extra air flow in the office: lol:
Hopefully this comes to ceilings, and the space above the office I have a steady flow of air beneath the concrete slabs facility

http://ultraphoto.org/images/mhycvxf6w7a5va17kbez.jpg


Each structure consists of the following components:

Motherboard: Gigabyte H61M-D2-B3 (1x 16xPCIe + 3x 1xPCIe)
Processor: Intel Celeron G460/G530
Memory: Mushkin DDR3 2GB
Flash: Kingston/Transcend 4GB
Adapters: PCI-e extenders [4 pcs]
Graphics: Ati Radeon MSI HD6770 1GB GDDR5 128bit [4 pcs]
PSU: ThermalTake 675W Thougpower XT

In each tunnel was set at 5 structure (20 graphics cards). It is now in operation about 16 GHS. Temperature graphics from 50c to 70c.
All graphics are in the set 920/300 mhz and let down a voltage of 1.05v to be dropped tempterature graphics cards for at that level.
All machines are under BAMT operating system, where almost all work perfectly Smiley
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July 02, 2012, 11:55:48 AM
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By the way, I've whitelisted you so feel free to repost this awesome rig in the Hardware subforums too.

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