Author Topic: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s  (Read 9490 times)

Offline coldminers.com

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IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« on: February 17, 2015, 01:27:20 PM »
About a year ago, we drew our attention to the poor efficiency of existing equipment for mining script currencies. On the basis of already existing knowledge and ideas, as well as borrowing the technology, we have started work on the development of an entirely new type of device. Main task was to achieve good indicators in power consumption. Due to the lack of funding and unwillingness to attract funding from the end user to the development process, we faced with the cruel realities in advancing the project. But the purposefulness and desire to succeed helped us to cope with the task.

And now a little about what we have achieved. The main problem that we faced - how to remove the heat from the chips. A solution was found in the liquid cooling with mineral oil. With this solution we were able to reduce not only the level of energy consumption for cooling modules, but also to reduce the noise level and the amount of heat emitted into the atmosphere. The entire cooling system is completely sealed and requires no maintenance.
Over the last month the station shows stable operating temperature. The whole system operates at a temperature of 37-42°C. Hashing power also shows stable result of 175-183Mh/s(approx. 87-92Mh/s from each module) and less than 950W of power consumption.

We have already found the manufacturer in China who will produce modules for us. All assembly will be made by our own hands. Development is still in progress.

Our web-site is only in the development stage, but you can follow our achievements HERE
We have opened pre-orders and offer opportunity to earn some coins via our affiliate programm. We guarantee receiving of the miners in 60 days. At any time all customer can claim for a refund if not satisfied.
Shop can be found HERE
Affiliate programm can be found HERE

Ready to answer any questions.

Also we search for website designer and website programmer to join our team.

Few pictures:





More pictures in better quality(studio quality) comming soon.

Offline Sy

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2015, 01:33:16 PM »
You should show some tech...not random cases.

But the domain isn't regged anon, that's new  ;D

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2015, 01:34:06 PM »
We are going to need to see more than white boxes....  ;)

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2015, 01:36:34 PM »
5w per megahash...A2 chips?

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2015, 01:53:54 PM »
But the domain isn't regged anon, that's new  ;D
Why should we register domain anonymously?

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2015, 02:19:18 PM »
Send a module to Doggie and The Mage so they can put it together, and post pictures of the respected forums or gtfo.

Welcome to the day and age of 99% chance pre-order = scam.

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #6 on: February 17, 2015, 02:26:21 PM »
I'll take one too, Germany is closer to Russia ^^

But still, too expensive and not enough hashrate, power consumption is okayish though...

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2015, 01:46:39 AM »
The price is just not where it needs to be these days, although power consumption is pretty good. Unless a typo, having a 1500w power supply in the single that only requires <500w just seems like the corners that it is okay to cut are not being cut. We are spoiled these days by machines that didn't come out, but 85MH/s with power supply is still a tough sell at even $1000. A few Zeusminer x3 with power supplies will run you just $1000 and give 84GH/s, but of course 2700w of power to run those.

I like the screen built in and love the sound level, interested to see these on the market...

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2015, 03:25:07 AM »
I like the screen built in and love the sound level, interested to see these on the market...

Better odds of seeing Santa Claus riding the Easter Bunny chasing after the Tooth Fairy.

But there's always a chance!  ;D

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #9 on: February 18, 2015, 06:45:19 AM »
I like the screen built in and love the sound level, interested to see these on the market...

Better odds of seeing Santa Claus riding the Easter Bunny chasing after the Tooth Fairy.

But there's always a chance!  ;D

...alright guys, you heard the man...


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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2015, 03:33:30 PM »
LOL!

That's gotta be New Orleans!

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #11 on: February 18, 2015, 03:49:08 PM »
pre-order? rly? no thanks.

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2015, 04:16:04 PM »

 The main problem that we faced - how to remove the heat from the chips. A solution was found in the liquid cooling with mineral oil. With this solution we were able to reduce not only the level of energy consumption for cooling modules, but also to reduce the noise level and the amount of heat emitted into the atmosphere. The entire cooling system is completely sealed and requires no maintenance.


Wow so you guys figured out how to break the laws of physics and reduce the amount of heat radiated?? Do you guys have a mini-black hole inside it that sucks out all the heat??

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2015, 04:18:18 PM »

 The main problem that we faced - how to remove the heat from the chips. A solution was found in the liquid cooling with mineral oil. With this solution we were able to reduce not only the level of energy consumption for cooling modules, but also to reduce the noise level and the amount of heat emitted into the atmosphere. The entire cooling system is completely sealed and requires no maintenance.


Wow so you guys figured out how to break the laws of physics and reduce the amount of heat radiated?? Do you guys have a mini-black hole inside it that sucks out all the heat??

You should probably read again...

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Re: IceCube miners 85-175Mh/s
« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2015, 05:01:52 PM »
The main problem that we faced - how to remove the heat from the chips. A solution was found in the liquid cooling with mineral oil. With this solution we were able to reduce not only the level of energy consumption for cooling modules, but also to reduce the noise level and the amount of heat emitted into the atmosphere. The entire cooling system is completely sealed and requires no maintenance.
Wow so you guys figured out how to break the laws of physics and reduce the amount of heat radiated?? Do you guys have a mini-black hole inside it that sucks out all the heat??

Remember that it is Celsius, so that is not exactly cool. Room temperature is 22°C and my gaming machine that is liquid cooled, at constant max load, rarely makes it above 35°C and it is an old liquid cooling setup on a new video card. Oil cooling is a completely new ball game that I am unfamiliar with other than it's potential, so this is not completely out of the realm of possibility. If a series of loud fans can keep my GAWminer Falcon and Zeusminer Thunder x3 machines about 60-65°C (with them using outdoor Canadian winter air as an intake instead of recirculated room air they are now down to about 30-35°C) then it is likely that a liquid cooled unit can keep things even cooler.