Young_Hov: freak this!!! This is just too much to make money when there are soo many
ppl doing it now which makes it even harder to mine smfh and all you end up
with it is a high electronic bill. plus I don't see any of you pushing a
Lamborghini doing all this bs. Get a real job instead of letting a computer
work for you lazy freaks 😡
sang3Eta: No, the hardware is still useful for Litecoins (the number 2 crypto-coin)
which is the most decentralized network because it uses Scrypt so it can
only be mined on PCs!
Petr Bouzek: Nice hardware, but now useless... Cloudmining is the future:
Scott Davison: Nice rig. I was looking into water cooling, as I have a 7970, 7950, and
two 5850's. The 7900's really like to heat the place up so the rig is in
the shed currently. CGWatcher log showed some intensity pullbacks due to
temps above 85c today, so I know this is going to be a bitch in summer.
How hot does your room get with that setup? I was thinking of shunting it
into the water heater using one ways/thermal valves and high pressure
Albert K Fung: Where did you get your water cooled 7970's? How much do they go for?
I looked in all places, but no luck.
hellsyah666: Can this play Super Mario Bros. on Ultra settings ...
John Doe: litecoin with this
Michael Paulk: bitcoin mining is why AMD cards are expensive. assholes
Bossramsay: Also are Butterflylabs acutally a legit site? i was thinking about buying
the smaller rigs
AwakenTheSleeper: Saw this comment, can confirm op is maggot
Mark Zie: looks great man. clean install. if i may ask which gpu's are those? msi? i
have preorders in too, everybody is freaking out but hey they'll get them
out eventually. cheers.
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?
Geremia08: Here's a good profitability calculator (remove space in URL): bitcoinx.
com/profit/ 2.6 GH/s will make about 0.1457 BTC per 24 hours.
joshv06: .1 X 24 X 30. about 70$
MacGyverinSpace: sent /)
hondapro377: Say again?
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
TheVampyD: freak nigga O.O
joshv06: Thanks for backing me
MsPointsFreeGens: awesome setup there
TheVampyD: Oh and i forgot to ask how much have you made with it so far?
Edvaldo Júnior: How many golds did manage to you make at the time?
Imdabossou: Hi can someone help me with bitcoins? I was using 2x7970 and it said like
over a year to get one bitcoin I think? how is this profitable surely the
electricity will be much higher since it said 1bitcoin=£100
YuppieMono: i make more on gold farming than you are making on killing your graphics
GhostLaughingMan: why do u need gpu power ant it just processing ?
hon ron: then we litecoin
Iphonemoss: Nice build!
joshv06: Yours. Lol jk. p8z77-ws
dodododa: Have you realised that ASIC is a scam yet?
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
hondapro377: lel we r legion we do nt forgive we do nt forget
joshv06: You need graphics card power. A lot of it.
joshv06: 2.6 GH/s. I can't say, but the computer has probably paid itself off about
3-5 times already.
Thiago 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: I lost track a while back, maybe 8000$ between WPA cracking and mining.
Plus, I still have the value of the computer, my investment.
zachy180zz: what site do you use for mining?
freeppcash: the cooler looks cool :D
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.
bitcoinwannabe: i'm jelly and envy
Venny: It took about two seconds for him to say it
hyperactivecalvino: do you know how much extra your power bill is per/month?
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!
Demolith: They said they would be shipping by the end of next week last week too...
How much are they shipping during the first batch in terms of Ghash/s? As
far as I can tell Avalon has shipped 54,000 Ghash/s (900 units * 60
Ghash/s) to the market so far, and will send another 36,600 Ghash/s (300
units) on May 5th. How
produKtNZ: It's also time to move onto ASIC :)
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!
OdinAF: I'm more concerned about your water cooling setup, you really should NOT
run 4 of the 7970 GPUs on the same circut as your CPU, I'm curious to know
what kind of temps your running. I have 2 7970s that stay at 54C under load
and a amd 8350 that stays at 28c underload, but they are on sepret cooling
lines this way the liquid doesn't get to hot.
joshv06: It was way worth building this PC, it has paid itself off like 5 times
xSergeTheUrge: im so freaking jeleous, this computer is the craps. probably runs games
better then the ares II
joshv06: Combined with WPA cracking, maybe 8000$
joshv06: The list is available at my site in the forum under hacker loadouts. I
wouldn't invest in bitcoin mining unless it's buying an ASIC. The Asics
will put my computer out of business :P.
Bitcoin Mining Rig 4X 7970 Watercooled4.5
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