DIY: Miner Rack

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Over the last few weeks or so,  I decided to build a rack to hold my ASIC miners. This way they are nice, tidy and not all over my desk! Commonly, GPUs miners make a wooden open air case so I decided to design something similar. Total power usage from the wall is 377-379W. Not bad for 11MH/s. One thing to note is the Gridseeds don’t get very hot so in turn their fans keep the Raspberry Pis cool which are zip tied above them. Parts: 5x 4ft Strips of wood Pack of finishing nails Wood glue Zip ties Gray primer spray paint Black gloss spray paint Small nails (keep miners in place) Mining Hardware: 8x Fury’s: GAWMiners 2x GridSeeds: GAWMiners …

DIY: Fume Extractor

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Inspired by this post I decided to build a fume extractor. I hadn’t even thought about it until I saw this on Hack a Day. I have wanted to do this for a while. I had some points to use, which I redeemed on a Samsung 830 SSD, so in the same order I threw in the carbon filters which was the only thing I needed to buy to build it. Carbon Filters (5 pack)http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005C5HUI8 The rest was parts I had laying around. I started with an old 120MM computer case fan that was removed when I bought new quieter fans. Dirty 120MM Case Fan As part of the fan I already had some plastic filter holders that attach to the fan. I washed …