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#mining Satoshi 18/02/21(Wed)22:30 No. 2 ID: 4c1b65
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There's a channel on the irc for cryptocurrency mining, we're specializing in GPU stuff for the time being- #mining


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Satoshi 18/02/23(Fri)00:48 No. 4 ID: f9bb7a

in addition, Bob_Dole will discuss random janky hardware mods marginally related to mining because he's a cheap bastard that prefers keeping 20 year old parts in service over spending anything on new parts.


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Satoshi 18/02/25(Sun)17:26 No. 5 ID: 413d86

>>4

Can't say as I actually blame him if his electric costs are marginal.


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Satoshi 18/03/01(Thu)01:16 No. 7 ID: 8ef590
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leak testing the beginnings of a cheap watercooling setup. Need a real reservoir and to put it on a real gpu.


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Satoshi 18/03/01(Thu)01:22 No. 8 ID: 8ef590
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>>7
image.


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Satoshi 18/03/10(Sat)11:58 No. 18 ID: 1e4a88
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I have one of those. This image is actually out of date; there's a resivoir now (a recycled purified water bottle).

Stil, I caclcuclate in energy spent on cooling and cpu usage, per month, my 4.9Ghz won't make enough cryptocurrency to pay the bills.


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Satoshi 18/03/10(Sat)11:59 No. 19 ID: 1e4a88

>>18
*reservoir


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Satoshi 18/03/22(Thu)01:51 No. 21 ID: b23ab8
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I now have my mining hardware on it and not just that sacrificial test card I had pictured.
mason jar for reservoir, I tried to use hotglue to protect the jar lid AND tubing from the cuts in the metal lid. I'll be buying some better tubing and pumps later now that I know it can shave ~15-20c off from the RX 480 and 580.


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Satoshi 18/03/23(Fri)18:50 No. 22 ID: 68be41

>>21
I tried desperately to make seals with hot glue on two prototypes for my current plastic-bottle resivoir. It does not work; coolant always finds a way to creep around it. It's good that you keep yours in a pot. I hope you'll find away to make good seals so you can clean up your room--if you're into that kind of thing.


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Satoshi 18/03/24(Sat)09:14 No. 25 ID: 195cb2

>>22
Two words: Aquarium Silicone

Bead, press together, let it cure (curing time varies by silicone, it'll tell you the cure time on the package), go around the outside, let it cure, enjoy. Its watertight yet still retains some flexibility.

Hot glue contracts when it turns into a liquid then expands when it goes back to solid. Good for gluing things together. Not so good for sealing things up. And because its rigid that makes it unforgiving of vibration and contraction/expansion.



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