How To Build a Cost Effective Mining Rig Right from Home - Part 1

author That Regular Guy - IRL   4 мес. назад

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Super Cheap Bitcoin Mining PC Build - Part 1

Today, I'm gonna start building a PC out of cheap spare parts, to use for GPU coin mining. Enjoy :)

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$6 Mining Rig Frame 8 GPUs - HOW TO BUILD - Mining Sumo

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Hello Squad!

Here is a cost effective method for building a mining rig. You can save money on the frame of your mining rig by building it right from home.

You can also save money by purchasing Hard drives and RAM from your local E-waste and E-Recycler facilities. They usually sell left over components for really cheap prices.

Dimensions for the Mining Rig frame:
1 Top Support Bar: 1x2 Wood - 21 and a half inches long. (21" 1/2)
1 Bottom Support Bar: 2x2 Wood - 21 and a half inches long. (21" 1/2)
2 Side Supports: 2x2 Wood - 5 and a quarter inches long. (5" 1/4)
2 Back Legs: 2x2 Wood - 2 and a half inches long. (2" 1/2)
2 Front Legs: 2x2 Wood - 7 and seven eighths of an inch long. (7" 7/8)

Total Cost for the frame: $5 CAD

This video is aimed at helping individuals that have difficulties building mining rigs. I hope building mining rigs after watching this video series is substantially less difficult.

I wish everybody the best of luck out there.

Cheers and as always,

Stay Regular ^_^

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