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GPU mining on an industrial scale.
BRSM last edited by
Alright guys, if you have ever wanted to see what GPU mining on the large scale looks like, this is the post for you.
Staged ATX PSUs
Video cards unboxed and prepared for assembly.
Video cards staged with Risers attached.
Motherboard being prepared for CPU/RAM install.
Fully assembled rig.
Rigs in the production environment.
I hope this gives you an informative look into large scale GPU mining.
eco.currency last edited by
Is this in the US? Our local inspector wouldn't give us our electrical permit with ANY wood in the racks. Plus, our insurance company said that ANY wood would void our policy and leave us with significant exposure. Now, you may not be in the US and may not be trying to properly follow "code". However, in any case, it's a good looking setup!
Codes in the US are regional, not Federal.
Yes, I was nervous about using wood at first too. I have had some success with PVC, aluminum, plastic, and especially milk crates. @eco.currency, how do you think those would be accepted by your local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) vs wood?
mosesong last edited by mosesong
This should be in the US, look at the green screw package in this photo, Home Depot has that kind of packaging:
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Yes I am in the US. The setup is fully insured, there are no regulations here against what we are doing. We have a full pre-action fire system and all of the accompanying protections and monitoring.
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