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February 25, 2015, 11:14:13 PM
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I don't care much how many people haven't had problems with them bursting into flames. I would never in good conscience recommend anyone buy any piece of hardware designed to draw 400W from a single PCIe 6-pin jack.
Fair enough. Safety is the most important thing.

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February 25, 2015, 11:18:12 PM
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From the standard PCIe 6 pin connector how much can you run off it typically?

I know that 150W is safe for sure because most of the PCIe are 6 pin + 2pin for the powerful GPUs.

I also have some lower end power supplies where there is a single rail which splits 2 ends and both have 6 pin + 2 pin such as pictured, and that wire is only 18AWG, so I know that you can for sure pull at least 300W off a connection like that if it was designed like that from the factory to power an R9 290X.



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February 26, 2015, 07:33:26 PM
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You could try a second-hand KnCMiner Neptune, they are pretty quiet.


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No sound at all except the quiet crackling of the flames.

I think one of the issues with using a single cable at way too high of power is not necessarily the wire diameter, but the pins.  In my experience, depending on what quality of PCIE pins and ends you have the pins get really hot, melt the ends, and catch them on fire.  If you know what parts you have in the cables and on the board you might (maybe) be ok, but if you don't then it's a fairly high statistical probability of a fire.

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February 26, 2015, 07:37:52 PM
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How about an SP10.  Whisper quiet at only 80db.

Joking.

Definitely SP20 or S5.  I'd pick the S5 because although it is slightly slower it uses less than half the power of the SP20 meaning you can get more plugged in before blowing the electrics to bits.

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February 26, 2015, 08:10:47 PM
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What drugs you taking?

1TH
900 Watts
and $800 without shipping. HELLS NO.

Is that even a legit company?

Yes, that product was released in August of last year.

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February 26, 2015, 08:13:17 PM
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What drugs you taking?

1TH
900 Watts
and $800 without shipping. HELLS NO.

Is that even a legit company?

Yes, that product was released in August of last year.

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February 27, 2015, 12:34:03 AM
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You could try a second-hand KnCMiner Neptune, they are pretty quiet.


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No sound at all except the quiet crackling of the flames.

Exactly. Make sure you install it in an actual fireplace, with a chimney above.

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February 27, 2015, 12:35:52 AM
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You could try a second-hand KnCMiner Neptune, they are pretty quiet.


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No sound at all except the quiet crackling of the flames.

Exactly. Make sure you install it in an actual fireplace, with a chimney above.

Ever been camping, but couldn't get the fire started? No problem, just hook up a Neptune and stand well back...

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February 27, 2015, 12:44:03 AM
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How about an SP10.  Whisper quiet at only 80db.

Joking.

Definitely SP20 or S5.  I'd pick the S5 because although it is slightly slower it uses less than half the power of the SP20 meaning you can get more plugged in before blowing the electrics to bits.

While I can't comment on the SP10 sound, I think the SP20 and the S5 are quite similar in power consumption at the S5 rated speed of 1115 GH/s. The S5 doesn't have a decisive edge in terms of power in my opinion, unless you try and extract the last 100-200 GH/s out of the SP20. My little SP20 is chugging along at 920 GH/s, using about 430 watts (measured at the wall). My speed is currently set by what I am willing to spend on electricity, and endure in terms of noise.
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February 27, 2015, 01:53:40 AM
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February 27, 2015, 04:44:22 AM
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how much should a 1THs rig cost?
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February 27, 2015, 04:46:48 AM
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Check for a S5, a SP20 or a Avalon4.1  Wink

Or wait for next generation!  Tongue

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February 27, 2015, 04:59:02 AM
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how much should a 1THs rig cost?

the s-5    does       1150gh  about  460  usd on ebay  + a psu

the sp20e does      1200gh  about 480 usd on ebay. + a psu

the avalon 4.1 does 900gh the quietest of all  about 2.52 btc + a psu




the three above use the least power. 

pm me if you want  an s-5 or an sp20 and a  quality psu. 


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February 27, 2015, 01:06:18 PM
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how much should a 1THs rig cost?

the s-5    does       1150gh  about  460  usd on ebay  + a psu

the sp20e does      1200gh  about 480 usd on ebay. + a psu

the avalon 4.1 does 900gh the quietest of all  about 2.52 btc + a psu




the three above use the least power. 

pm me if you want  an s-5 or an sp20 and a  quality psu. 



Well, according to the manufacturers.

S5 1155GH = 590W

SP20 1700GH = 1200W

So if you're upgrading from possibly S1 or S3 you might be able to get away with your existing power depending what you got.

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February 27, 2015, 09:33:37 PM
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What drugs you taking?

1TH
900 Watts
and $800 without shipping. HELLS NO.

Is that even a legit company?


Their product is based on overclocked Hashfast Golden nonce chips.

Completely outdated price and efficiency.
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February 28, 2015, 03:08:27 PM
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how much should a 1THs rig cost?

the s-5    does       1150gh  about  460  usd on ebay  + a psu

the sp20e does      1200gh  about 480 usd on ebay. + a psu

the avalon 4.1 does 900gh the quietest of all  about 2.52 btc + a psu




the three above use the least power.  

pm me if you want  an s-5 or an sp20 and a  quality psu.  



Well, according to the manufacturers.

S5 1155GH = 590W

SP20 1700GH = 1200W----------------Don't quote this as it is not accurate.  Yeah sp20's are rated to do this   speed , but my KIA FORTE is rated to do 120 mph.  1200gh at 650 watts is realistic

once you go over 1400gh it sucks power like mad.  and most top end numbers are 1625 at 1200 watts

So if you're upgrading from possibly S1 or S3 you might be able to get away with your existing power depending what you got.

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