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Really digging that time delay.
    
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Those look perfect. I'll definitely grab one or two of those, even if they're all the way in the US. Thanks!

 

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Really digging that time delay.
 

Would the time delay be useful in a mining rig?

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Those look perfect. I'll definitely grab one or two of those, even if they're all the way in the US. Thanks!

Would the time delay be useful in a mining rig?

If it's running 24x7 with little to no maintenance shutdowns... I'd say not likely. However, I don't like touching warm/hot equipment (really hate when I don't have time to let my car cool down), so the time delayed PSU would have most, if not all, fans running off of it.
    
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So what kind of stuff should we look for in a riser? I'm not sure what a capacity is, but powered and grounding wire I understand.
He means capacitor I think, and it stores just a bit of power for the rise in case it needs it, which is a nice feature. (from what I understand)

Thanks for clearing that up! I thought that was what he meant but wasn't sure.

Would you say running, say 6 R9 290s off a single mobo (990FX UD3) be a bad idea? I was hoping to set up 3 of them as a test, and if it gives the expected returns buy another 3, and maybe even build another 6-GPU system to mine 24/7, but if getting very cheap mobos and cpus to run lots of PC's is better I could do that instead.

Only disadvantage I can see is having to trick one power supply into turning on, which may involve some ghetto wiring (unless anyone has a better method).

It may be a better idea to go with a nice mobo with that many cards on board, but then again it could be overkill as well. If you use powered risers, then there should be very minimal or no power draw from the pci e sockets, so in that case it wouldn't matter what mobo you use, just that it has the available pcie sockets you need.

Also it is easy to get the PSU to turn on, or even dual PSU's. One "ghetto" method was posted over here. But that is also very simple.

I was planning to just get one of these, dual psu adapters.
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Awww man, the PTS pool at be^5r.org keeps crashing.

Anyone know a reliable PTS pool?

Also what is more profitable right now, XPM or PTS?
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Question guys,,


Looking into this... If I was able to get 3 7790s and they each do 300Kh/s

How long would it take to mine 1 LTC coin?

What can I expect to mine per day?


Thanks Guys and yes I am a noob to all of this.
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Just started mining with my pair of 290X's that arrived yesterday. Each card is pulling about 880 kH/s.
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It may be a better idea to go with a nice mobo with that many cards on board, but then again it could be overkill as well. If you use powered risers, then there should be very minimal or no power draw from the pci e sockets, so in that case it wouldn't matter what mobo you use, just that it has the available pcie sockets you need.

Also it is easy to get the PSU to turn on, or even dual PSU's. One "ghetto" method was posted over here. But that is also very simple.

I was planning to just get one of these, dual psu adapters.

What differences are there with using a dual PSU adapter cable versus a Add2PSU board?

Xoxide has them for sale too.
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It may be a better idea to go with a nice mobo with that many cards on board, but then again it could be overkill as well. If you use powered risers, then there should be very minimal or no power draw from the pci e sockets, so in that case it wouldn't matter what mobo you use, just that it has the available pcie sockets you need.

Also it is easy to get the PSU to turn on, or even dual PSU's. One "ghetto" method was posted over here. But that is also very simple.

I was planning to just get one of these, dual psu adapters.

Since I'm considering a major investment, I'm not too worried about spending slightly extra on mobo - compared the cost of the cards it's fairly insignificant.

 

Those dual PSU adapters look nice though, and there are quite a few on ebay here in the UK... I'll have to see what is the most cost-effective solution. I certainly don't want to leave any PSU on constantly, and both the adapter and add2PSU do essentially the same thing. Since there's only 2 PSU's the clutter of those adapters you linked isn't an issue.

 

I'm actually quite nervous now, I'm going to follow dustcoin and coinwarz for another week before biting the bullet.

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Question guys,,


Looking into this... If I was able to get 3 7790s and they each do 300Kh/s

How long would it take to mine 1 LTC coin?

What can I expect to mine per day?


Thanks Guys and yes I am a noob to all of this.

Right now it will take you a bit more than 2 days for 1 LTC, about 0.45 LTC ($16) per day.

http://www.litecoinminingcalculator.com/index.php?khs=900&diff=1964.83427079&cdiff=1964.83427079&fee=0
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