shwacksack: Awesome rig!!!! I just got a rig with 6x7970s and to think you had this a year ago! Where do you buy your water cooling parts?
solidsnake434: I did'nt know you could make money this way, in what country do you live? I'm in Mexicoand wold like too see how viable it is to make a rig to bitcoin myself
joshv06: The Rads I used were thick rads. Basically the same as 2x double stacked regular rads. All cards stayed under 70C. And this is with everything at full load. Good enough for me. Anything else would bring diminishing returns. Plus, I did have 2 rads. a 120 and a 420
joshv06: It was way worth building this PC, it has paid itself off like 5 times already XD.
joshv06: No problem, thank you!
joshv06: Thanks for the view
AwakenTheSleeper: Saw this comment, can confirm op is maggot
DavidPrObooMBer: give me 1 7970 plz :P
urbex2007: Thumbs up for a lovely quiet computer! Very impressive,but if the video cards are working as processors, do you use on-board graphics for the monitors you have? Is it a bitcoin miner program you run? I had never heard of bitcoins until a few months ago on the onion sites! It reminds me of that "folding at home", processing lots of data in units. Looking back, was it worth the expense for building and running the PC? Not asking for figures by the way, just interested in Bitcoins now!
Grichecth: Man.. What a machine! Thanks for your help in pentesting my network. Took less than 6 hours to crack a 10^10 psk. Amazing! Thanks again!
Aeonaee: are those preset bitcoin miners from that website worth it in the long run aka profitable
Chris Devic: And one Bitcoin is about 70€,nice idea how to make money xD
Aaron Bryce: Man your cooling your cpu and all 4 cards from 1 tube and the only heat exhaust is going through you rad which is also going to cause alot more heat and even more you got a dust build up on the rad seriosily rethink your cooling i would have at least 2 rads
joshv06: Yeah it's a good priced PSU, has some cool features like the fan spins for 1 min after the computer turns off to completely cool down the PSU to extend the life, good stuff!
joshv06: Mining Bitcoins. Then selling the Bitcoins for USD. Or buying things with BTC. I have a connection that buys me stuff on Amazon with prime at 25% off. Bitcoins are amazing.. so am I.
joshv06: 2.6 GH/s. I can't say, but the computer has probably paid itself off about 3-5 times already.
eric greatwood: GH/s? If you don't mind me asking what range of $ have you made/ used thus far?
SkojjarNJokerN: The term "bitcoin mining" what is it that you are actually doing :O ?
joshv06: Do you want me to flip the whole computer around? Lol. Anywhere you put the "water lines" in the rig would look scary to someone no used to water cooling. It's fine.
Wadley225: Am I the only one who thinks having all those water lines directly over top of the FREAKING POWER SUPPLY might possibly be a bad idea?
Colin Shahan: wow...that is...amazing!
Tom Borges: wow, that's a beast. I'm thinking of trying of one these myself now
Herby Hancock: Nice Guy Fawkes mask. I want one. Where should one get a mask?
joshv06: It actually has 10 6+2 slots :).
Tom Borges: so what about this MaxRevo PSU, does it actually have the 8 PCI-e 6+2 you need to power all these cards?
joshv06: All I read was "You are making a killing" Thanks. And also, thanks for the view.
joshv06: Thank you, good sir
Trinity8030: very nice vid man
ElementalVibeHD: i make more on gold farming than you are making on killing your graphics cards.
joshv06: Suprisingly, that's how I had it at first, I reversed it the way it should be. Why? Heat rises ;). Making the heat go up out of the case would get it out quicker. Pushing air down into the case would be like swimming against current.
joshv06: On average. 12$. Some highs, some lows. Right now I'm making 8$ a day. It will continue to drop unless BTC price rises.
joshv06: Thanks for backing me
joshv06: Lol. BFL in a nutshell.
joshv06: Thanks for the view.
expandedidea: "Cant wait to get them next month"
LethemFind.us: saw the mask, stopped the video
Javier Karuaihe: Dope rig...but there's really no point in crossfiring your GPUs. Crossfiring generally lowers the hash rate, because, when you're mining, each GPU is given its own set of tasks to handle rather than working on a single task together. There's no need for them to communicate.
Tal Ben-zakan: great work dude. freaking fantastic! looking forward to get my own 7970 one day ^^
Venny: It took about two seconds for him to say it
Sover Rajbhandari: How mine bitcoin, i really don't understand, I have one 7970 and just use it for gaming, but if I can make money then that would be cool.
Jakub Fiľo: R u still mining bitcoins?? Wtb litecoins?
OREOMONSTA123: hey man just a quick question how much money do u actually make a day
produKtNZ: hmm, I guess you're right =| Got any ASIC units yet?
produKtNZ: It's also time to move onto ASIC :)
joshv06: I cannot Bitcoin Mine without the Mouse. The Mouse is the heart of the rig, don't you see?
produKtNZ: Can I just say: You video title suggest the video is themed on your bitcoin mining rig.
We don't care about your g9x whatever whatever mouse!
Bitcoin Mining Rig 4X 7970 Watercooled4.5
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