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  • Regular Member | Tip finalbillybong

    I am very much an amateur miner.

    I have one full time miner with a 270x running BAMT-SMOS 480KH/s (Thanks to Calem) @ 65C

    When I’m not gaming I have my other rig part-time mining also with a 270x running BAMT-SMOS 480KH/s @ 65C

    I’d put a pic up but it would embarrass me 😞


  • | Tip Miner Phil

    (2) MSI R9 280X… each hitting 700-715 at about 68c (with a small external fan)

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  • | Tip brother3

    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/MmSnGPz.jpg[/img]
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    Hello Minerphil! Nice to see yours is working!!!


  • | Tip colsteel

    my brothers and me got into mining currently we got 18 r9 270s and 5 r9 280x and a few other cards on are gameing rigs
    here is some pics of are room we built with a ac added and 20 amp breakers. we have another rack like that going up at my house. still waiting on riser cables to hook some cards up. we will be somewhere around 13,000 kh/s with plans of hitting 25,000 with in a few months.

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  • | Tip godminusone

    Powercolor 6950 2GB - unlocked to 6970 shaders - 74C - 503kh/s. Can post my cgminer config too if that helps.


  • | Tip colsteel

    playing with some of my r9 270 got them stable at 470KH/S @ 57 C. That is 940 for 2 cards. power consumption around 300 for a price $360 yea eat your heart out 290ss.

    so had a few monster heat sinks laying around. they got put on mineing detail. the oher pic is what the temp is in our mining room

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  • | Tip colsteel

    thats 2 cards together. it will be less once i start to under volt them some


  • | Tip colsteel

    they are the r9 270. we have asus, his and msi. the msi seems to be the more stable of the bunch. the are defiantly worth it considering you get 940 kh/s for $360 and can run them on a smaller power supply. they seem to be the best bang fot your buck on kh/s and power consumption. they also only have 1 6pin. just checked with meter they are actually around 140 and thats overclocked to


  • | Tip aatje92

    I’m also using a lot of R9 270’s / HD7850’s they are nifty little miners ::)


  • | Tip colsteel

    [quote name=“MrFeathers” post=“50146” timestamp=“1388982530”]
    [quote author=colsteel link=topic=264.msg50125#msg50125 date=1388974728]
    they are the r9 270. we have asus, his and msi. the msi seems to be the more stable of the bunch. the are defiantly worth it considering you get 940 kh/s for $360 and can run them on a smaller power supply. they seem to be the best bang fot your buck on kh/s and power consumption. they also only have 1 6pin. just checked with meter they are actually around 140 and thats overclocked to
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    Amazing! I never considered the 270s before. I had no idea they were so efficient. I noticed that your pictures have 3 cards per rig. Since they dont use much power, why not put 5 or 6? Is the rig more stable with 3? Also, would you mind posting which MB you are using? I have been using the msi z77a-g45 and am looking to switch to something else for any future builds.
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    well we are using 750 watt power supply’s. my brother got a really good deal on them. we could run 4 on them it would be like 650 or so watts. we plan on adding more cards to them probably some r7 260x to fill the slot. we use allot of different motherboards. msi, evga, some intel boards. we had allot of boards laying around so we just pieced it together with what we had and then bought some new boards.


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