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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 00:33:10

Hey guys!

I thought it would be kind of fun to create a thread where we can all post pics of our hash cracking CPU/GPU rigs! No rig is too big or too small, too clean or too cluttered... So everyone who is interested, start showing off that eye candy!


This is one of my new rigs that I just recently built running on an open air chassis.


The new Nvidia GTX 980Ti's have arrived! I'm currently running 2 GPU's, but will soon be scaling out to 6 in total.


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 00:43:46

I don't have a dedicated rig. I also don't think pictures of my rig would be considered eye candy, the wiring is horrible. :p

Anyways, these are my specs -


2x EVGA Titan X, both OC'd by ~300MHz
Intel i7 4970k OC'd to 4.8GHz
16GB HyperX Beast @ 2400Mhz
4x SanDisk Ultra Plus 256GB SSD's
EVGA Supernova 1200w PSU
Asus Maximus VII Formula Intel Z97
NZXT Phantom 820 Case

Planning on building a dedicated rig soon. I'll probably move the two Titans to it and then add a few more, and downgrade to something smaller in my personal computer (I don't need so much GPU power for everyday use. :p)


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 00:55:59

Hey TonyS, nice specs! Sounds like a good idea for your future dedicated rig. Should be pretty sweet once it's all done!

No worries about the wiring mess (I just like doing cable management), but for us geeks we can still drool over the hardware and appreciate it for what it is. So post those pics when you get time!


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 02:17:32

System looks nice and clean xmisery!
Ill try to get a pic of mine up tomorrow. The wiring is not as clean as yours.
Mine is not a complete eye sore.


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 02:46:35

I would, but kinda killed the MB last night apparently. New one on the way and a upgraded power supply to match


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 10:41:26

No dedicated rig here. Might try and build one whenever the cashflow is back
Current general usage rig needs a new case and PSU as well.

Specs:
Antec Nine hundred (Soo small, need a bigger one)
MSI X99 SLI Plus
Intel Core i7-5820k @ 4.2GHz
Kingston HyperX Predator 16GB @ 2400MHz
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Multiple HDD's, 2x500GB in RAID 0 for lists
Some old powersupply 400W...
EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB



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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 10:55:02

Topic is now sticky

I have 2x dedicated cracking rigs, both have 4x AMD 7970.


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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 10:59:43

Blandy,
I'm curious to see you set 8x7970 looked like. Wait for your image.

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Thu, 09 Jul 2015 @ 13:55:06

Thanks everyone for the kind words!

Nice system specs you guys! Now lets get some pics posted up soon!! This will also be a great way for everyone to get ideas and share thoughts.

NOTE: If possible, try to keep the image sizes to no larger than 800x600.


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Fri, 10 Jul 2015 @ 16:37:00

OK Well I guess I should join in.

My UBER base unit, in other words my main cracker.


I am also lucky enough to have a portable (laptop) version for when I am on my travels.


YEAAHHH Who's the Daddy now suckers !!


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I'm with Hash-IT on this one.

This bad boy has kept me going all these years.

I had to upgrade recently though!!!



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Sat, 11 Jul 2015 @ 09:43:21

Here is my one of my 4x 7970

I use x16 to x16 PCI-E risers for those cards so get full speed on word-list attacks. My other 4x 7970 uses USB3 risers.

My other I'm still working on a new setup so will add later


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blandyuk said:

Here is my one of my 4x 7970

http://home.btconnect.com/md5decrypter/gpu_rig/P3250231.jpg

I use x16 to x16 PCI-E risers for those cards so get full speed on word-list attacks. My other 4x 7970 uses USB3 risers.

My other I'm still working on a new setup so will add later

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For ages 8 to 80 LOL.

It's true, boys never actually grow up


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Sat, 18 Jul 2015 @ 20:31:38

Nothing spectacular but it is just a small upgrade over the 7850 and 6570s i used to run


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Sat, 18 Jul 2015 @ 22:10:20

Nice rig man! I bet you're enjoying those new GTX cards, eh? What case is that btw? Is that one of the Corsair Obsidian's?


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Sat, 18 Jul 2015 @ 23:27:53

Case is a Fractal design Define XL R2, can pretty much fit anything into it i think, The speed is fantastic, nice being able to be done with a run through lists in a hour or two rather than 2 days


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Mon, 20 Jul 2015 @ 03:21:19

Alright. Don't laugh too hard.
The system is dusty, it moves a lot of air and is filtered, but it doesn't catch everything unfortunetly.
Lacking on the wire management at the moment. Finally got around to hiding all the fan wires, but haven't messed with any of the PSU wiring yet.





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Thermaltake Core X9 Case
Asus Maximux IV Extreme-Z MB
Intel 2600K CPU @ 4.7Ghz
G.Skill 2 x 4GB DDR3 2133Mhz
Corsair AX1200 PSU
2 x Corsair 60GB SSD's, 1 WD 150GB Raptor drive
2 x HIS 280X's clocked at 1225Mhz with EK Waterblocks
1 x Diamond 7970 clocked at 1225Mhz EK Waterblock
2 x Alphacool NexXxos UT60 420mm Rads



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Mon, 20 Jul 2015 @ 15:10:24

Cool setup man! Literally. So you're the first one to post a watercooled GPU hash cracking system in the thread! That case is a beast! How are the temps on those cards, both idle and load?


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Thanks.


After installing the Hardline tubing in the system, the temps went up a little because the fittings don't allow as much flow as the normal flexable tubing setup.
The system how it stands right now, with the cpu clocked at 4.7Ghz and the 3 gpu's at 1225Mhz, it idles at 29C and cracking WPA which seems to get it the hottest,
under full load after about 6 hours it levels off at about 63C across all 3 GPU's. But if im running MD5 or SHA or basically anything else other then WPA it usually sits
at about 52C under full load.


With the previous tubing, but same rads, pump and waterblocks. The idle was at the same temp, but the full load on WPA would only get to about 50C and everything
else was about 44C if I recall correctly. Its a big difference.


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Wed, 29 Jul 2015 @ 13:35:12

Amazing temps! Any plans on switching back to the flex tubing? What was the reason for switching to hardline? What fans are you running on the radiators? I used to run the Gentle Typhoons 1850's on my radiators. They now have the GT 2150's out (Model# DS1225C12B6AP-60). One of the things the GT's were known for were how quiet they were and their static pressure.

Come on guys... lets get some more hardware pics posted in here!


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Wed, 29 Jul 2015 @ 17:48:36

I have thought about switching back because the water does flow much better then in the hardline.
I did it because I thought it would look better, and it does look a little better then it did with the flex tubing.
Had I known it was going to raise the temps, I would have left it alone. The problem isn't the tubing, its the fittings.
The hole in the fitting isn't as big. The tubing is 1/2" ID but the fitting hole is about 3/8". not a major change in size,
but enough to restrict the flow.


Im using 6 x Noctua NF-A14 Industrial PPC-2000 PWM fans.
They move 182.5 m3/h each @ 2000RPM. 31.5db When I drop them to about 900RPM, they are dam near silent. They are really
not that loud at full throttle.


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Sun, 09 Aug 2015 @ 22:18:38

guys i was curious about waffle rigs

any one know about them ???
waffle please post your rigs


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HashHunter said:

guys i was curious about waffle rigs

any one know about them ???
waffle please post your rigs



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Waffle said:

HashHunter said:

guys i was curious about waffle rigs

any one know about them ???
waffle please post your rigs


LOL It must be a bigger on the inside!


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No, that looks about right. Nice rig Waffle!


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blandyuk said:

Here is my one of my 4x 7970

I use x16 to x16 PCI-E risers for those cards so get full speed on word-list attacks. My other 4x 7970 uses USB3 risers.

My other I'm still working on a new setup so will add later


lol@other setup!!! that looks pretty adequate!! how much would that set back a mere mortal like myself?(if you don't mind me asking :))


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I think right now, 280x's run about $200 - $225 USD each for new cards.
Plus the rest of the components.


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Mon, 17 Aug 2015 @ 18:05:57

Here is a picture of the rig. Looks like me and the OP have similar taste in equipment.




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@harryboberries

Hey man, nice chassis! So far, it's been great. It looks like you're also running an MSI board and similar PSU's, though you've got a 1300 on the one side. How do you like your 280x Windforce GPU's? What kind of temps do you normally get? Any plans to expand out to 2 more GPU's?


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@blandyuk

Let's see those other two rigs you got. Did you ever finish the new setup?


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