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My AMD vega setup for Xaya (6 vega each rig), pending for AMD windows miner release...

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Wow nice looks awesome.

Have you tried these psus? Much cheaper.. you can get a cheaper low wattage psu and a couple of these

https://intelligentservers.co.uk/components/hp-1200w-common-slot-silver-hot-plug-power-supply-kit-500172-b21-498152-001/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI54_d-Zi44AIVz7vtCh0E5A1hEAQYByABEgKxv_D_BwE

I've been using those in the past.. saves a lot of money.

You need a break board which are a couple of dollars and pcie cables which are also cheap.

What mining software are you using?

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those AMD rigs are mining BEAM now, if nsgminer windows build get ready,i ll definitely switch to mine xaya.

EVGA PSU is the best one i ever used(Corsair/Silverstone/local brand)  EVGA P2 1200W cost me around 230 usd each, i just fix an issue (my 1080ti rig, random restart)by upgrade to EVGA psu, it's energy-efficient and stable.

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Love pics - here some of mine i just dug out :D

These were my Bitcoin rigs/cards in 2011:

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Ethereum first home built rig year or 2 ago (8x 1070s)

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Then my second one - mixture of x13 1060 and 1070s

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Then my best / Last one - Borg Cube - 13x 1080tis , small form factor, high airflow, really warmed up the house and was not that loud... wifi didn't work in it's vicinity though... :D
(bit more than a year ago)

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28 minutes ago, sorji said:

those AMD rigs are mining BEAM now, if nsgminer windows build get ready,i ll definitely switch to mine xaya.

EVGA PSU is the best one i ever used(Corsair/Silverstone/local brand)  EVGA P2 1200W cost me around 230 usd each, i just fix an issue (my 1080ti rig, random restart)by upgrade to EVGA psu, it's energy-efficient and stable.

We need someone to build and test on windows if they can.

Yeh. Those HP server PSUs are as or more reliable, also platinum rated (power saving).
Designed for 247 server power

 

agree evga are good i used them too

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1 hour ago, snailbrain said:

Love pics - here some of mine i just dug out :D

These were my Bitcoin rigs/cards in 2011:

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Ethereum first home built rig year or 2 ago (8x 1070s)

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Then my second one - mixture of x13 1060 and 1070s

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Then my best / Last one - Borg Cube - 13x 1080tis , small form factor, high airflow, really warmed up the house and was not that loud... wifi didn't work in it's vicinity though... :D
(bit more than a year ago)

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Nice build。 Your latest rig is the monster for solo xaya:)

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My 2X MSI 1080ti+ 3X MSI 1070ti  bulid , deliver 6.1M at BSOD

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10X Radeon 480X

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i7-9700K RTX2070 16G 1TB 256G PCIe @ RMB 29999

1M harshrate for Xaya :) better for gaming not for mining

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7 minutes ago, game said:

@snailbrain  Where can you get those boards you plug into the HP PSUs?

EBay. They are called breakout boards.

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Ah, ok, I see there are server PSUs already including those boards plus cables on ebay.

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Mining difficulty has tripled during the last few weeks.

Hopefully the price will do the same! 😉 

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Those are some fantastic pics! 

And, I must add in that I'm a bit jealous. I'd love to have some nice mining equipment. Especially during the winter! :D 

 

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