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Originally Posted by dealio View Post

a mobo tray plus some PVC tubes / joints and glue is all you need http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyCunAsmdro biggrin.gif

buy cheap hacksaw @ homedepot

Will check it out! Thanks!
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Originally Posted by barkinos98 View Post

Dude i would totally exchange dimensions for the final thing if we were on the same continent....
Although it wouldnt be my first transaction with you but thats another story/semester biggrin.gif

(unless you sell it to someone else, that is)

Lol I couldn't legally sell the dimensions but they are the exact dimensions of the old mining tray from spotswood. No more talking about it though because I don't want to get reprimanded lol.
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Originally Posted by Jeffinslaw View Post

Unfortunately, I live in a college dorm with no access to any tools. I would totally build my own rack except I don't have the tools.

I used a 10 dollar hacksaw for both of my racks. Pictures will probably be up tomorrow of my new 6 GPU rig smile.gif
post #8623 of 22512
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Originally Posted by jdc122 View Post

dont mine litecoin, pick a more profitable coin! you can make $10 a day more mining doge, just point your miner at multipool or a site like that thumb.gif

and yes, you will get your money back! smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Faster_is_better View Post

With that hashing power you should be looking at $30/day at least not counting power costs. Mining LTC directly isn't as profitable as mining other altcoins and trading the up to LTC or directly to BTC. I calculated it out some time ago, pretty much any decent hardware setup should see ROI within 2-3 months not considering power costs, so you may extend that to 4 months to completely pay off what you invested.

For a quick estimate. If you mine WDC with 3000k/hs you can get roughly 60 coins/day, at a price of 0.00044121 BTC/each. That makes each WDC about $0.37, so $22/day, $660/mo not including power costs. If your system cost $2000 altogether, you're looking at a 4 month ROI roughly, including power costs (just estimating). WDC isn't necessarily the most profitable right now, so ROI could be less time.

There isn't any sure answers about getting your money back, so far the cryptocurrency idea has been solid for the most part, and bounced back/crashed several times. If it holds relatively the same as it is right now you will see ROI, and anything beyond that would be profit thumb.gif
thank you both for the answers +rep.I have to pay 0.18c per kw if i use 1.2kw per hour thats:0.216cx24hours:$5,184 power cost right?As you told if i mine wdc %1 with pool fee and convert it to btc i earn $471 per month.So i can get my money back in 5 months.But what will happen if the diffuculty goes higher?
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A small shelving unit like this Whitmor 6070-3436 Supreme Small 3-Tier Shelving plastic zip ties and a box fan makes a nice cheap, compact mining rig.
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A small shelving unit like this Whitmor 6070-3436 Supreme Small 3-Tier Shelving plastic zip ties and a box fan makes a nice cheap, compact mining rig.

Nice, but I don't think that'll fit anywhere in my dorm room frown.gif

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I use MSI Afterburner to undervolt them thumb.gif
Thanks smile.gif

I installed my first Sapphire 280X today (the other one's arriving tomorrow) but i must be doing something wrong. I installed Catalyst 13.12 and sdk 2.9 downloaded cgminer etc. There's something wrong with my .bat file though because it won't start

setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT=100
cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://eu.multipool.us:3352 -u myusername.1 -p x --lookup-gap 2 --thread-concurrency 11200 -g 2 -I 13 -w 256 --auto-fan --gpu-fan 30-75 --temp-cutoff 90 --temp-overheat 85 --temp-target 72 --gpu-memclock 1500 --gpu-engine 1070 --gpu-powertune -20 --no-submit-stale

Can anyone help with that?

Never mind figured it out smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Tohru Rokuno View Post


Without being on an exchange like Cryptsy or CoinedUp, NutLaw is just a suggestion really. Right now it suggests $0.0006016 USD per Nutcoin (and slowly rising).
This works out to $601.60 USD per 1 million Nutcoin, or 0.71858 BTC per 1 million Nutcoin, or 1,391,622 NUT/BTC.

Truly, it's up to the market to decide what the true value of the coin is, not the algorithm.

Though, I did find NUT trading on http://www.cryptotc.us/market for between 1.8mil NUT/BTC and 2.1mil NUT/BTC.
There was only 5 open trades though, so I wouldn't take them as a bellwether of what the coin is truly worth.

If those numbers stay true I'm looking at a nice pay day!
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Originally Posted by selk22 View Post

You can make a milk crate rig with minimal tools.. You could build it in a dorm no problem.

As easy as this,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=66432.0
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That's what I'll be using. Cost me a whopping $7 at walmart!
post #8628 of 22512
How can I tell if my 290 has Hynix memory or not?
post #8629 of 22512
after gettng a stack of 4.5 million Nut i went back to DOGE for about a week. and im holding 750k DOGE.

i decided to put my faith back in Nut with hopes it hits the makes at a decent price. should be making about 2 million a day biggrin.gif

P.S. i live in PA and its about 30 degrees and my heat went out today. so for once im happy im running 4 6970s and have my rig in my room. its actually keeping it pretty warm!! tongue.gif
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So we all know its almost impossible to find a block solo mining on your gpu. But can you get lucky? I guess what i'm asking is if you had two people hashing it out at the same time and speed could one of them stumble upon a block considerably sooner than the other?
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