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Hey guys! Time to show off your Mining Rigs :D Ill go first lol:

RIG SPECS:

(1)CPU : Intel® Celeron® Processor G4400 
(2)Motherboard : MSI Z170A GAMING PRO CARBON 
(3)GPU : MSI GAMING X RX 470 8GB * 7
(4)Memory : Kingston 8GB DDR4 2400
(5)SSD: 120GB 
(6)PSU : EVGA 1300 G2
(7)Other : USB 3.0 PCI-E Express 1x To 16x Extender Riser Card Adapter * 7
(8)System : Windows 10 N

Build Cost:

£1800 (made that back in 7 weeks of mining Zcash)

Output:

Hashing Power: 2100 Sol/s or 210 MH/s
Temps: 50-60 Degrees
Power Uages: Around 1100 Watts

DNR Mining: Currently 36 DNR a day
Power Cost: £80 per Month

PICS:

Building at my Bro's House:

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Finished building / all working. Now its perm home in my computer room mining away:

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I also have pics of the each stage of our build if anyone is interested. Just a lot of pics to post haha.

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Don't have much to show off atm, but my current setup is as follows:

Rig #1: MacPro 1,1 Hackintosh, aka "Nebula". Not much of a miner but it does what it can. ;)

- GPUs: ATI Radeon HD 5770 (now x2, just got another cheap on eBay)

 

Rig #2: Dell Inspiron 15 5779, aka "Vortex" (yup; a laptop). I run this one upside-down in my basement for better cooling lol.

- GPU: NVIDIA GTX 960M

 

Rig #3: Desktop build, aka "Photon". This is my all-purpose machine, which I've upgraded over time.

- CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1241 v3

- GPUs: 1x Sapphire Radeon R9 280 Dual-X 3GB, aka the ghost of the R9 family, and 1x EVGA GTX 1060 SC 3GB

 

So yeah, at most I hit 50 or 60 MH/s with tribus on these machines combined, but hopefully I'll be able to invest in a rig in the near future. We'll see how that goes though, being a college student and all.

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Gday from Australia fellas !

Current setup

Asus Z270-p Prime LGA 1151 Mb

i3-7100 3.9ghz cpu

8gb RAM

AMD R9 295x2  x3 water cooled will be x4 soon if i can find one

im using AMD driver 16.3.2, seems to be the most stable.

ebay risers

Corsair HX1200i and 900w PSU's

Mining frame is 25mm aluminium tube and plastic connectors from local hardware (Bunnings)

the base and backing for SSD's and PSU's and MB is alucobond cladding used on commercial buildings mostly, got that from off cuts pile at a site i was working at.

I am a carpenter so if anyone needs mining frames, send me a PM.

happy mining !

 

 

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9 hours ago, KawaiiCrypto said:

Check out my rig - it is pretty slow, but I got it for free from a friend so as soon as I solve my first block, I am in the green!

 

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Edit: Awesome rigs you guys have! I am a bit jelly.

Hahaha awesome :D. Might get a few of these if the hashing power is good!

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On 9/7/2017 at 0:24 PM, Ragtag said:

Sweet build I will post my rig when I get back home!!!

@RecoStar how cool is the rig with and without the fans? Just curious.... would you recommend 12mm or 14mm?

Not tested it without the fans on, but with the fans it doesn't get hotter than 65 degrees. The rig has been running non stop for weeks with no issues. 14mm means more airflow if you have the space for them :) 

4 hours ago, Yw2353278 said:

My first mini rig and first pc build for gaming 

3 gtx 1070

1 gtx 1060

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Nice Build mate :)

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On 13/09/2017 at 09:06, RecoStar said:

Not tested it without the fans on, but with the fans it doesn't get hotter than 65 degrees. The rig has been running non stop for weeks with no issues. 14mm means more airflow if you have the space for them :) 

Nice Build mate :)

Here my dnr rigs

8 cards gtx1070 8g 

Gives me 26 dnr daily.  In order of 319 mhash 

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On 6.9.2017 at 06:28, Socal said:

CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 1700X w/ liquid cooling

RAM - 32 GB DDR4 3200+

GPU - 6 GTX 1080s (MSI Gaming X and EVGA FTW2)

PSU - 1000w EVGA and 850w EVGA

~300MH/s mining DNR per rig, of which I currently only have 2

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Very nice. Which Motherboard do you use? ASRock Killer? I'd like to replace my ancient 10 year old Q9450 CPU and 5 GPU Mobo and do some CPU algos besides.

But I can even play a game on my Rig with the worst 970 at 8x PCIe simultanously when mining on the other GPU's. Getting 80 FPS FHD at WoT with max details in HD client for example. CPU overclocked of course.

So I would like to be able to do this as well with newer hardware. Or I stay with the old stuff...

I thought to buy a Raven Ridge soon but there are only 8x PCIe Lanes for GPU's available. So I wait longer... for a Ryzen Mining Board. It has to be AMD CPU at the moment!

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Started Mining crypto as a side hobby to learn how it works but then the Denarius project got me hooked... She won't win any beauty contests but it works quite well!

 

Everyone is concerned with using 'mining motherboards' and I'm using a desktop series Intel board with two 1 to 4 pci-e risers and its rocking away.

 

Operating System
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1

PSU

Seasonic Ultra Prime Titanium 1000W (Using 570w at wall @94% efficiency)

CPU
    Intel Core i3 2100 @ 3.10GHz
RAM
    8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3
Motherboard
    Intel Corporation DQ67SW (SKTH)  
Graphics
     6x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB (MSI)     

Storage
    465GB TOSHIBA MQ01ABD050 ATA Device (SATA)

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Updated Config of Mining Rig
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