13 GPUs in ONE PC? – Mining Adventure Part 2





13 GPUs in ONE PC? – Mining Adventure Part 2



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I get that you have a lot of gaming cards around, but ASICS are the way to go.
So the first video was reaching out to manafacturers to advertise their bitcoin hardware... oh Linus. Oh Linus
Damn I just want one of those gpu's Haha. I mean, I'll work for it. I don't mind buying my own things. It would be nice to have that many lying around though haha.
It should be noted that Linus lives in Canada, so half the year he can run his mining rig overclocked to the max just by sticking it outside on the back porch.
Ok big question here where does the actual money come from? I mean you mine gold there is a substance in your hand that has a value , you sell it you have the cash. But with this your not mining a actual real item .
So much complexity over something so simple...Guess the hard part of the video is to know where to put your hardware into work (software, coin choise).
How about webminer
It is worth it?
If your rig is still in use you should consider changing the IS to Minterstat's msOS.
I just got an 380
If you are looking for a bang for your money buy this MSI GTX 1080ti for under 400 dollars
link: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fepn.ebay.com%2Fnext%2Fsmart-share&campid=5338377142&toolid=20008
Why is wood bad? Plus that shelf has wood and particle board on it, so what gives?
Deku????? 9:09
there is a dinging in the back track that sounds like the alarm that goes off when someone isn't wearing their seat belt and its incredibly distracting.
Reading through all the comments is hilarious. “I cannot afford a 1080 because of the mining crisis” “they are all out of stock”. Did Linus not tell you in the last video ? The mining operation is all about profit, once they are done using the mining rigs, they will flood the marketplace with used 1080’s, you morons should be happy. What goes up, must come down. Just as bitcoin will, the prices of the 1080’s will crash when people start exiting the industry or selling their gear for newer gear.
And there you have the reason why I'm still using my GTX 950...
Well, at least there will be a ton of cheap used GPUs in at least a couple of years.
Ok he is reporting on this if you don't like that's on you. I don't like it as a computer builder however people need money and are desperate so I can't fault them.
this is why gpu prices went up
I love Mining on MY RIG GTX 1070 SLI
Thanks for this video got two 1070s for mining
Hi Linus, I have a Asus B250 ME too, May I ask If I were to go from your recommended Celeron G3930 to a i3 7100 improve and allow (yes more expensive) to add and support many more cards more that your 13 GPU set up? As asus had mentioned to me that they will be more and more Bios updated in the future to go all the way to 19 GPU's and some here say, that it may be run with more combination groups of GPU's! I would really like your support in a reply, just like I like watching your video's to support you and your gan.....Thank you!


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.