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  • ZineZine Member Posts: 22
    Okay. Be prepared for the most_effort_setup:



    It actually doesnt look that bad - way worse when you see it in real lol.
  • jetpackjetpack Member Posts: 43
    Here is a 8gpu rig, I weld these aluminum frames, it actually sucks some heat out of the cards as you mount to the AL rail. Mounts 8 with ease or if you want to mount 10-12 you can depends though 1060s can be wide and rx580s are thin and as cards get closer to eachother you need colder room temps.


    Hey Robcis, If you have 100 amp breaker on your main panel and its your house, id save at least 50-60amp for house, so you kinda have 40amps to work with maybe. Still each outlet needs the proper wire and breaker in the panel but 240v x 40 is 9600watts. Though best to actually measure your volts with multimeter as it might only be 234v so then times 40amp. You can do 8 1060 and be at 950watts. So nine 8 card rigs 1.5ghs on eth and costing like $25usd a day in electrical plus the AC air costs to keep the home cool as that cost will increase as the air runs 24/7 trying to keep the house cool, thats alot of heat putting off a 8gpu rig.
    Robcis said:


    Just wanted to ask a quick question since you have quite a setup there. I'm trying to figure out what is the max electricity load (in watts) that my house can handdle. I'm trying to figure out how many rigs I could set up. I've posted a picture of my electricity box in this thread. It would be really nice if you could give me some tips.

  • MarkHMarkH Member Posts: 7
    Updated picture. 2 Rigs fully populated with 2 test machines.
  • cheekemancheekeman Member Posts: 1
    Hey guys. Just built my first rig. Tried to make it as cheap as possible and this is what I came up with. $20 walmart rack and $2.50 in flower bed wire to hold the cards in place. So far so good. These cards overclock very well (GTX1060 6GB) and getting 22Mhash/sec with them. I have 2 more cards to put in, just waiting for the m.2 to pci 4x adapters to come in!


  • Techman34Techman34 Member Posts: 400 ✭✭✭
    Update - 4 in the rack, 5th built and building my sixth tonight to go into my second rack. Will have 13 when I'm done converting my wire shelf rigs. They are doing really well in the heat - it was 91 degrees today and the shed got over 100 but most of the cards stayed under 75 at the hottest times. Had to turn up the exhaust fan though and did dial a few back that were running hotter.

  • seandulacseandulac Member Posts: 1


    My first rig. 4U server case build. I plan to ditch the weaker 80mm center fans and 120mm front door fans in favor of 38mm thick powerful center fans to move the air through the case.



  • imnowhereimnowhere QuébecMember Posts: 4
    Nice setups guys heres ours at home we upgraded our rigs lastnight from 1x gtx 1080 oc 2x gtx 1070 oc to 1x 1080 and 5x 1070. All asus rog strix nvidia oc. Were slowly overclocking each cards and right now we do 164 mhs. We hope getting 180 total when finished tweaking them up. Temps stay at 45 in room even when its hot outside super quiet no fans but watercooling corsair h100i v2 and gpus fans which are set to 50% speed. 800w total power consumption hopefully we get it to run around 900 when rig is completely setted.

  • seddesedde Member Posts: 1
  • ghostfaceghostface Member Posts: 4
    seandulac said:



    My first rig. 4U server case build. I plan to ditch the weaker 80mm center fans and 120mm front door fans in favor of 38mm thick powerful center fans to move the air through the case.



    this looks amazing! did you build it by yourself?

  • MarkHMarkH Member Posts: 7
    Mining rig update


  • greatauror28greatauror28 Member Posts: 119

    172-173 Mh/s ETH
    3250-3300 Mh/s SIA
    120w per card
  • breathesumetherbreathesumether Member Posts: 20
    Here's my "hidden office rig" underneath a desk, front and back.
    Stats: (5) RX 480 8GB
    Hashrate: 130 MH/s
    Nobody knows what it is and nobody asks :D






  • wirelessnet2wirelessnet2 Member Posts: 368 ✭✭✭
    edited July 20




    For those of you wondering
    Rig specs: (top to bottom, left to right)
    -6x R9 Nano
    -7x RX 489
    -3x R9 290 + 2x R9 390 (was too lazy to add the two 290x cards sitting on the top of the rack, will so soon)
    -5x RX 480 + 2x RX 580
    One EVGA 1600 G2, Two EVGA 1600 P2, One EVGA 1600 T2

  • BlockerBBlockerB Member Posts: 16
    Must be hot in that room
  • LillbergarnLillbergarn Member Posts: 3





    For those of you wondering
    Rig specs: (top to bottom, left to right)
    -6x R9 Nano
    -7x RX 489
    -3x R9 290 + 2x R9 390 (was too lazy to add the two 290x cards sitting on the top of the rack, will so soon)
    -5x RX 480 + 2x RX 580
    One EVGA 1600 G2, Two EVGA 1600 P2, One EVGA 1600 T2

    Why is the wood there?. And what are those things on the board. Fuses?. Sorry if im stupid. Havent seen those before
  • OMALLEYOMALLEY Member Posts: 1
    edited July 25
    With a Touch of Irony...






    7 x GTX 1060
  • KarlmasterKarlmaster Member Posts: 35




    2 Rigs @ 212 MH/s ~ 14 * Asus GTX 1070 OC
    4 Rigs @ 242 Mh/s ~ 32 * Asus GTX 1070 OC

    Power Limit = 60
    Core Clock = -400
    Memory Clock = +500
    Fan Speed = Auto

  • wirelessnet2wirelessnet2 Member Posts: 368 ✭✭✭
    @blockerb I designed it so that the fan behind the rig sucks all the heat out. That room is not even a degree higher than the ambient temp outside as measured by a thermocouple on the wall
  • TonyHydeTonyHyde UKMember Posts: 29
    10x MSI RX580 ARMOR 8G
    H110+ btc Pro
    8G DDR4
    Intel pentium dual core
    128gig ssd
    3x Psu
    Still 2 more GPUs...

    I built my own custom stacking system rigs with a RIG RACK on wheels, but its not finished yet, it needs an extractor fan and panels etc... and another 3 rigs to make a 30 GPU rack.




  • RiskyFireRiskyFire Member Posts: 18
    edited August 7

    Here's my latest effort using a combination of old RX470's and new RX560's, 13 GPUs in total power by two Corsair power supplies.

    I covered the build of this rig in detail in this video 13 GPU Ethereum Mining Rig

    Hashing performance (needs more work)

    Ethereum 192 Mh/s @ 1325 Watts
  • jetpackjetpack Member Posts: 43
    Designed a new rig frame that holds 6-8, more compact then most of these long horizontal like units out there. Bat style like some of these rack n zip tie warriors.. This frame is 12x12 and 24 tall. Peak at my 8gpu dot com site if you are interested or get with me. Had alot of fun cnc cutting the top bars with a boat load of 6-32 gpu screw threaded holes haha.

  • greatauror28greatauror28 Member Posts: 119
    RiskyFire said:


    Here's my latest effort using a combination of old RX470's and new RX560's, 13 GPUs in total power by two Corsair power supplies.

    I covered the build of this rig in detail in this video 13 GPU Ethereum Mining Rig

    Hashing performance (needs more work)

    Ethereum 192 Mh/s @ 1325 Watts

    Right rig will get hot air from left rig.
    They can be detached from one another, yes?
  • jetpackjetpack Member Posts: 43
    Generally anymore air is sucked into the fan and then just blows over the sink and throughout all directions on the gpu. I think only the reference like radeon series has a controlled air flow pattern.
  • SetReadyGoSetReadyGo Member Posts: 2
    Dimensions are 50x50x50cm

    Current setup is 2 h81 pro btc boards, 2 evga supernova g3 750w psus per mobo and 2 230 mm bitfenix fans pushing the air, i got 8 gpus hooked up but could get 2x6 gpu rigs in the case but im already maxed out with the circuits.




  • RavinderDhillonRavinderDhillon Member Posts: 74
  • midoprincemidoprince Member Posts: 196 ✭✭

    5x EVGA GTX 1070 SC2 and 2x EVGA GTX 1070 FTW2







    very nice bro
    is that your custom built frame or ready made ?
    i need to do the same
  • lablettlablett Member Posts: 244 ✭✭
    Closed Mining rig V2

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