Bitcoin Cash - BCH
May 19th, 2019 10:49 pm
So I have been hearing all kinds of sides on why its good and bad, but really if you look at it from the outside its a good thing for miners .. kind of like a fresh start. hows that? well the complexity is low, the fees are low and it has room to grow, that also means alot fo older hardware might be able to mine it. I know there is a controversy regarding the whos and where fores .. but mining has come to a slow because BTC complexity is too high for most miners and far too costly. Dragon miner is the only one with 16 th now and thats pretty crazy to say the least. 

We all love Bitcoin and we would not be here cheering on our favorite coin of the day if it was not for Satoshi, so lets see this for what it is .. a second chance to mine and make a few bucks .. BCH is not all bad .. and from what. I hear the programmers are pretty good and have our best intererst in mind. 

Another thing I am hearing is the fees are high on Bitcoin, well lets figure this one out .. 1 Bitcoin is worth $10,000 CAD and $8000.00 USD - does it not seem like a little fees go a long way? well maybe not .. we all want to keep our money and not give any of it away lol. Its really just human nature to be a little greedy after a while. Having said that we will always see some upkeep costs for the growing network and it cant be for free.

all the best,

KidBTC
Little more on Hardware
May 19th, 2019 3:54 pm
We found that certain parts worked better than others as far as the PSUs Seasonic worked pretty good for us at least. They provided good quality cables and the 80 plu versions  Gold Series seemed to last well under pressure.  I liked the breaded type of good quality cables never failed on us.











 
Here is a few more views of the PC builds we ran, it was important o have alot of fans we also bought 20 inch steel fans made by Lasko. These things were bullet proof they could push air up to 40 feet, I would recommend them to anyone they were great I actually kept a few for after the project. they worked so well. We used them to push air on to the Intake of the Tera Miners which we had to try and keep at a steady 70 degrees - 75 or they would overheat so not productive restarting all the time. 














 
some hardware we used for Mining
May 19th, 2019 3:33 pm
Back when we used to have a bunch of these badboys lol they mae a alien sound and looked pretty cool in the dark. We ran them for a while .. found the PSU s died a lot ended up getting regular PC PSU's to replace them .. not the best quality product on the market but fun none the less. One thing I can say for these asic miners they did not go down oftenpretty solid design for the miners them selves.






Next on the list Script Mining PCs - we tried to run these PCs with good specs for the time period the Graphic Cards were a big thing so we grabbed AMD 7990 6 gig card which was a work horse but liked to over heat ! lol all the damn time so we had to look for ways to keep it cool. we tried running some fans blowing air on them , Fail tried putting the PC by te door at -20 degree weather not bad but still overheated. Then we resorted to under volting and placing by the door finnaly it started to behave.





Next Some of the PC Designs we had running for the time of the project the Main boards were Asus x79 and Gigabyte that could accept 3 Video Cards, we also ran AMD290X cards, which never over heated which was good but they were not as hard working as the 7990. We ran 3 290X cards in one PC no issues. We maxed out the MAchines on ram 64 Gig ram and used Gskill Ram never had a problem with those ones. 







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