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How to Make DIY Wooden Frame for Litecoin/Dogecoin Rig!

howto-make-litecoin-rig-frame-out-of-wood-4 Well, it’s been a very long time since my last post but I am back, better than ever!

I took a 3-week trip to South Korea in January to see my parents and during that time I couldn’t wait to build rigs again.  But during that 3-week off, I did a whole lot of research on how to make even more efficient litecoin rigs than using milk crates.

First, I considered using square aluminum tubing, which some of the miners are using but the cost of using aluminum was a bit too much (near $50 range) and also aluminum conducts electricity, not really the best choice.

The

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22Mh/s Litecoin Rig Cooling Using Duct Fans!

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Here’s a quick update on my Litecoin crate rigs.  When I first started running rigs, I have them all over my house, which resulted in my house warming up from the normal 70 degrees fahrenheit to near 80 degrees fahrenheit.

Well, I did upgrade electricity in my garage couple weeks back and moved all my rigs into my garage now and for awhile it was doing fine.  When I started adding more rigs to my garage, my garage started feeling like Thailand (yes, that country between earth and the sun)!

Since I live few blocks away from the Pacific Ocean here in SF Bay Area,

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How to Build Crate Litecoin Rig with 5 or 6 Graphic Cards!

howto-make-crate-litecoin-rig-43 To maximize your Litecoin rig and also to get the most out of your dollar (bang for your dollar), you will want to build your Litecoin rig out of something like a milk crate and put as many graphic cards on it.

The maximum number of graphic cards you can put on a motherboard currently is around 6 so you don’t have to build 2 machines when you can do it with one.

In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you how to make such a crate-based Litecoin rig out of a milk crate with 5 graphic cards.  (You can also put 6 graphic cards, depending on what graphic cards you use.)

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