My thoughts on Crypto Mining cooling...

author JERICO   5 дн. назад

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ONE Month into Cryptocurrency Mining!

If you want to more just ask down below on the comment section. Try Cloud Mining Join The Conversation On Facebook - Get a loan with SALT Lending - Support the Channel with Crypto: BTC- 1BfkfqRxct9RRKsXqQHgdFQuoCLJVYKqUt ETH- 0x22fBFE7ee58bBDca80c10E3ac128038bb3bD84Cc LTC- Lb1yLjAKJRpe5kRH2ftEZeoWD9TD69PZ1y ZCash - t1f8x8vVLcrpM4J1uNajjHhRsi2fLJp5f6B BUILD LIST _ GPUs 4 x ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Phoenix Fan Edition - 1 x ASUS Dual series GeForce GTX 1060 DUAL-GTX1060-O3G 3GB - 1 x EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB SC GAMING - CPU Intel Celeron G3920 Dual-core (2 Core) 2.90 GHz Processor - Motherboard Gigabyte GA-H270-HD3P - Ram 1 x Ballistix Sport LT 4GB Single DDR4 - Misc. 1 x Bee easter NGFF to PCI-E riser card M.2 - 5 x PCie Risers - 1 x P3 International P4460 Kill A Watt - 1 x Power switch -

ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ PCIe Interference fix

Disclaimer: Not responsible if you damage your equipment Quick description of PCIe shorts on ASRock H110 Pro BTC+ and solution UPDATE: If you use anti static bags, make sure they aren't conductive: wiki: UPDATE: Business cards are perfect for this too and are a bit more resistant to sharp edges. Also a good idea to at least snip the tips of the two large solder joints. @ ebarton1475 is correct, "You can fold them over or cut the excess with dikes" I fold over the smaller ones that have little solder on them. UPDATE: Ground to ground aspect: Realize that the video cards are on different power supplies. The PSUs should all be grounded together but it’s not always the case. Differences in grounds may cause worse problems. Using the same PSUs would also help mitigate this problem but grounding the PSUs together is key. The likely Real Problem: The proximity of the PCIe 1x may allow interference between adjacent PCIe 1x connectors. By adding the anti-static pieces, other non-conductive material, or some fancy pants shielding, that interference will be mitigated. The interference could cause issues with the computer detecting the GPUs which I have run into. Solution at any rate… Maybe I initially solved a problem and described it incorrectly but the solution is still sound. Before posting a comment criticizing please ask yourself: Am I an engineer, electronics or power technician, electronics enthusiast? Do you own any of the said equipment? And…. “Do you even mine bro?” And then how about a solution smart ass ;) And if you’re a troll, you probably have other problems I can’t fix :D

Mining Update: Monero with 41 GPUs!!!

Recently switched all my miners to mine Monero. Over 2x profit increase! ~32,000 H/s Real World Estimates Vega 56 ~1700 H/s Vega 64 ~1750 0H/s RX 480/580 ~650 H/s RX 470/570 ~600 H/s Vega FE ~800 H/s ( :'( drivers? ) Guide to Mining Monero with RX Vegas:

GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 vs RX 580 Mining Rig which is more profitable?

GTX 1080 x2 GTX 1080 Ti $2800 vs 5x RX 580 and RX 570 $2450 AMD wins initial cost and profit. But in the future a lot can change-difficulty, algorithm. Nvidia would have better resell value and they look damn sexy


Update on my mining rig 😊 38 GPUs (two down) + Two in main rig and 1 in secondary rig:) 1x Vega FE, 5x RX Vega 64 (one down, mobo issue), 2x RX Vega 56, 13 RX 470/570 (one down), and 22x RX 480/580s 1.030 GHs

How I cool my rigs

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