TY I NEW TO MINEING AND LARNING A LOT BEN HELPING A BUDDY OF MINE OUT HE GOT SMALL FARM AND SITE IF U LIKE TO NO HIS CHANLE NAME LET ME NO AND EVEN THOUW I WAS A COMPUTER TEC NEVER THOUT OF A LOT OF THIS STUFF IT A LOT LIKE HARD CORE GAMEING RIGES LOT OF HEAT TO GET RIDE I REALLY IN TO THE COOLING AND MINEING ROOM AND POWER SET UP
I am in the process of designing a mine. They have told me to focus on displacement/extraction of the hot air exhaust from the units, the airconidioner will not help because you will be taking more out @250 CFM per unit than the AC is able to cool. What do you think?
Yes. I just replied to your other post, but yes. They are correct. The AC unit was working great for 2 machines, but if you add more units then you will need to circulate more air. I need to remove the AC unit and increase air flow.
I do visual effects, and I must say, the motion graphics might not be earth shattering but they definitely fall in the top 10% in terms of quality. Do you do these yourself?
Alright back to the point:
I understand that you are following Bitmain on Twitter. What are you paying them with, cash or bch?
Including the ac power consumption, how much is the total consumption coming up to?
Did you have to create separate phases for the electric supply?
Did you take a commercial connection permit?
What are your views in the 18T Ebit e10 miner? Would you recommend someone you know to buy something from Alibaba(Ebit e9 and e10 are selling on Alibaba)
Really good content of your channel. Keep putting out the good work. Cheers!
Hi, yes, I do them and I'm still learning so hopefully they will get better :)
I used bitcoin cash (that's all they accept).
This room is running on a separate sub-panel from the main for the electric. Commercial connection permit? We don't need those here (hope not anyway!).
I do not know about the Ebit miner and would not personally order a miner from Alibaba, but you could get lucky. I found that a lot of "business" users in China do not have integrity. They will steal your ideas, steal your business plan, and take your money through scams on Alibaba. This is how a few bad players ruin it for everyone, but this has been my experience dealing with China.
What do you think about DragonMint 16T Halong Mining? And how long do you think the S9 is going to be profitable? Thanks you for your videos. I think you need to find out a way to remove the air coming from the L3+s and your gpu rig. The hot air coming from them is going back to them and your S9 forcing your fans. I saw other videos where they have to separate spaces, one for the fresh air and another for the hot air.
I'm not sure about the DragonMint. I guess Slush Pool did demo it, so it seems legit. I think the be will be profitable as long as the price of bitcoin stays up and goes higher. It's really hard to know what will happen.
Excellent content, production quality and creativity as always! Love the intro sequence going down to the mine! Idea, ditch the AC entirely and put a 3000 CFM fan on variable control in its place. Saves lots of money and should provide all the needed airflow.
I can't tell strongly enough how much I appreciate your mining room update videos, thank you for sharing again and covering HVAC. Maybe next time some deep dive on the power choices (num circuits, amps, usage, plug choices, PDUs etc).
"Increase hashrate, keep difficulty away": priceless.
Don't you produce a short circuit of hot air having the intake that near to the outtake? And how much does the airflow drop for not having an extra intake fan? The Fans of the Antminers aren't too strong, I had the feeling any static presure drop is slowing them down significantly
Cool, thanks for the information! It gets really hot here in the summer 110F or higher at times so just using air in the summer time wouldn't work well. The miners do stay cool now, but this summer will be a different story.
I have a similar setup like you and I put everything in a soundproof box. It runs without AC, just by moving lot of air. You would need to calculate everything more or less (needed airflow and static presure drop of your system) and then find an Fan/Air Extractor which fits your needs. (especially that it keeps enough airflow with the presure loss of your system, there should be a graph in the datasheet of each fan)
Take a look at my calculation sheet, maybe it helps: https://www.file-upload.net/download-12920247/BerechnungAbluftmenge.ods.html (ahm, no guarantee on my calcs. I did my best, hope they are correct)
For your question where to put another intake: imo its not about anothe intake, but to have intake and outtake further away from each other that it doesn't produce a loop of hot air. I actually heat my house with the hot air, so air comes in on one side of the house and gets out on the other side :) ... but in your case I would think about getting fresh air trough a long duct/pipe from the shadow side of the house (or where ever the air is coolest in the summer). But do enough calculations on air presure drop first! The Antminer Fans aren't supposed to push air trough long ducts...
Oh, I wasn't aware that the AC brings in new air. However, on closing the door the airflow decrease, which does make me suspect that there isn't enough air coming into the room. I just got worried for your miners... however, if they're running cool enough everyting should be cool :)
hahah cool editing introduction of video...can you check out about intense coin and mining intense coin. i saw a video about intense coin mining and the profit is great! not sure if it is true...thanks!
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