How To Build A Bitcoin/litecoin Mining Rig $960 1350 Hash




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Erik Citizen: hi Danny, how about now? 3 ltc a 25usd a piece? 75usd a day! 360x75 =27.000 is it treu story? or am i missing something here?
like your video man thanks greetz from holland bro! and let me now if it is what i think haha make money

Rowan A. Salter: Excellent does it toast bread too. LeaseBit state of the art for $159.00 why punish yourself?

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DannysCam: hey man i would like to invite you to check out my new PVC build its better more spacing and so on its in the side bar yeah i agree litecoin is taxing on cards... i find my cards that are damaged that can't do LTC any more can do bitcoin lol

Shane Johnston: That build has its flaws, ideally you could also get pcie x16 risers to space out your cards that are on the mobo. It is also good to note that scrypt (litecoin) mining demands more from your graphics cards, therefore pulling more wattage though your mobo. I would have 2 of the 3 cards on powered risers, especially the x1 riser. If u over look the power draw though your mobo, you may end up burning up the mobo, or burning up the 24 pin plug. Cheers

DannysCam: give-me-ltc i believe

cryptokid003: what Litecoin pool and miner are you using?

DannysCam: sadly no.. but i hear they are making asics for ltc but i bet it will cost alot

CRTF: Hey man, can you use those aisics to mine Litecoins and feather coins?

Kevin J: VGA diodes? I have several rigs running (24/7 for several months) with no diodes and have never had one shut itself off. I'm running Windows 7 with cgminer 3.1.0.

DannysCam: stop with the GPU based rigs look into asicminer block erupters they cost 30 bucks each and 20 of them do 6.6ghz about 170 a month but 20 will cost you about 600 bucks and plus 2 60 dollar hubs so about 720/ the butterfly labs never ships

Kato Valentino: I would greatly appreciate if you can answer my questions: 1) Why not buy a butterflylabs 5 Gh/s miner for $274 compared to your rig at 1350mh/s 2) If I use a single 6990- or as long as I don't crossfire I don't need diodes to keep the cards active?" Thanks a lot! ~New to bitcoin

JAAEEEX: Wow. I have a rubbish laptop. His bit coin miner has about 20-30X the power in mine.

Pulsar Games: Would this be the best route for under a 1000 dollars?

brett mate: I mean moths

brett mate: Up two 750 a year

Keith Robinson: But Would It Blend?

ThePhotokill: where did you get them from? what pins are they in?

DannysCam: yep

ThePhotokill: Where did you get/make the VGA diodes to keep your cards active? thanks
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