Maybe someone can help as I was trying to post this on DTUBE but it wont let me login and just shows a blank page. Anyways I used streamable for now :(
New mine: https://streamable.com/cvcvo
New mine will be about 8gh total in a warehouse. Currently 2gh has installed and rest going in Monday! This new mine will be 250 graphics cards total. This is my first "professional mine" and power is not included like my other mine. I estimate this will be about $1500/month. Another difference is the new mine is all on 220v system instead of 110v like my condo mine.
Old mine: https://streamable.com/efj61
2gh mine in condo.
Mostly 1070s but a few 1060 6gbs and 1 rx shitmix rig.
Ive mined since ethereum came out and have pretty much experienced every type of problem possible so ask whatever you'd like.
When i started i maxed out at about 800mh with older power hungry rx cards (280s and 290s) and actually blew the 100 amp main line breaker which was a huge problem.
Yes my power is included in my condo fee ($250/m). I think in general power is very cheap where i live so they dont care. Never had a complaint/suspicion.
Total power draw is about 8000watts continuous. I am able to use ONE big appliance item at once which is a huge feat for me. Example microwave or 1 stove top element or dishwasher or washer or dryer. Never two at once. Yes i had to have an electrician come in and gave me 2 additional 20amp outlets and 2 additional 15 amp outlets. If i take anymore power i will (and have) blown the entire 100amp breaker which will require an emergency call and about $600 and a hell of a story (to prevent inspection) to get that re flipped.
The exhaust fan is an airking from amazon (about $250). I have those annoying tilt windows so i mounted it with a table and duct tape and it is sealed and great airflow. Temps stay in the room between 30 and 40 celsius.
Earn about a half ether per day. Been stable at this capacity for 2 weeks now. But have had about 1gh for over a year.
Thanks for all the help on this forum and bitcointalk. I learned everything from these resources so thankyou.
More pics of fan and electrician job. http://imgur.com/a/7A0U0