Computers mining for virtual coins? Is Bitcoin mining just free money?
Well, it's much, much more than that!
If you want the full explanation on Bitcoin mining, keep reading...
Bitcoin mining is done by specialized computers.
The role of miners is to secure the network and to process every Bitcoin transaction.
Miners achieve this by solving a computational problem which allows them to chain together blocks of transactions (hence Bitcoin’s famous “blockchain”).
For this service, miners are rewarded with newly-created Bitcoins and transaction fees.
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How to Build a Mining Rig
After you’ve successfully gathered all the components needed, you will have to start assembling the rig. It may seem like a daunting task initially, but it’s like building a Lego set if you follow the instructions accurately.
Step 1) Attaching the Motherboard
Your 6 GPU+ capable motherboard should be placed outside the mining frame. Experts suggest putting the package box with foam or an anti-static bag beneath it. Before going for the next step, make sure that the lever holding down the CPU socket protection has been released.
Next, you have to attach your processor to the Motherboard. Insert your selected CPU into the motherboard socket. Be careful while removing as there will be some thermal paste stuck to the CPU fan. Make a mark on both the motherboard socket as well as the side of the CPU.
These markings need to be done on the same side while attaching them, or the CPU will not fit into the socket. However, you need to be extra careful with the CPU pins while placing your processor into the motherboard socket. They can easily bend, which will damage the whole CPU.
Step 2)You should have the manual handy with you at all times. Refer to it when you install the heat sink on top of the CPU.
You need to take the thermal paste and apply it to the heat sink’s surface before you attach the processor. The heat sink’s power cable should be connected to the pins titled “CPU_FAN1”. You should check your motherboard manual to locate it if you don’t spot it easily.
Step 3) Installing RAM
The next step involves installing the RAM or system memory. It is pretty simple to insert the RAM module into the RAM socket in the Motherboard. After opening the motherboard slot’s side brackets, carefully start to push the RAM module into the RAM socket.
Step 4) Fixing Motherboard to frame
Depending on your mining frame or whatever you are using as a substitute, you have to carefully place the Motherboard onto the frame.
Step 5) Attaching the Power Supply Unit
Your Power Supply Unit should be placed somewhere near the Motherboard. Make sure you have enough space in the mining rig to include the PSU in it. Search for the 24-pin power connector present in motherboards. They normally have a single 24 pin connector.
Step 6) Attaching USB risers
The x16 USB riser has to be assembled with the PCI-e x1, which is the shorter PCI-e x1 connector. This needs to be connected to the Motherboard. To power the risers, you need an electric connection. This depends on your riser model as you might need either a PCI- e six-pin connectors, a SATA cable, or a Molex connector to connect it.
Step 7) Attaching GPUs
The graphics cards should be placed firmly on the frame using the USB riser. Plug the PCI-e 6+2 power connectors into your GPU. You have to attach all these connectors to the remaining 5 GPUs later.
Step 8) Final Steps Lastly, you need to make sure if the cables are correctly connected. The graphics card, which is connected to the main PCI-E slot should be connected to your monitor.
Post time: Nov-22-2021