Thursday, April 5th 2018

Alphacool Launches the Mining Rig 12 Open Air Frame Case

The world-famous manufacturer Alphacool introduces the first case of its Mining Rig series. The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 can accommodate two motherboards, four power supplies and of up to 12 graphics cards. There are also extensive mounting options for water cooling. For example, up to six 360 mm radiators can be mounted and at least two reservoirs with space for corresponding pumps. The ideal mining rig for Ethereum, Bitcoin, Zcash, Monero or whatever coin you wish to mine.

Mining Rig in perfection
The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 offers extensive options for equipping a water cooling system with different NexXxoS radiators, Eisbecher reservoirs and a wide range of pumps. The Mining rig case can also fit up to 7 fans, which blow directly on the graphics cards to ensure your cards stay as cool a possible whilst mining. In the lower part of the Mining Rig 12 you have 4 spaces for power supply units.
Modular and stackable
If you want to use more than one Mining Rig, you can easily stack up to 3 Mining Rigs on top of each other. These can simply be attached together using an easy screw system on the feet, this ensures a secure and stable stack. In this way, you can build your mining systems space-saving with up to 36 graphics cards and place it safely in the desired location. Due to the relatively open structure, the components can be easily exchanged and the structure adapted to your requirements. The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 ensures that you have a professional mining rig option, whilst ensuring performance and cooling doesn't suffer.

Availability & Pricing
The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 is available for €148.79 at the Alphacool store.
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8 Comments on Alphacool Launches the Mining Rig 12 Open Air Frame Case

#1
madness777
How the hell are you gonna access your motherboard back I/O???
Otherwise it's pretty c:
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#2
Ubersonic
You don't really need to on a mining rig, but as the IO points away in the picture not towards (those PSUs are mounted in the front of the case) it wouldn't be an issue.
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
I am just trying to figure out who watercools mining rigs...
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#4
BiggieShady
cdawall
I am just trying to figure out who watercools mining rigs...
Are you saying that cost and energy spent running water cooling can't be covered by hash rate increase with undervolt&overclock at lower temperature?
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
BiggieShady
Are you saying that cost and energy spent running water cooling can't be covered by hash rate increase with undervolt&overclock at lower temperature?
Mainly cost. In theory power would he down with lower Temps.
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#6
wolina
superb shelf, nahhhh typical shelf with useless extra mounting holes.

water cooling for mining?

1. additional cost is not worth it.
2. maintenance a water cooling mining rig even with quick fittings and flex tubing is a terrible idea.
3. the heat of air cooled GPUs basically is not a problem so you don't need water cooling. the problem is how to exhaust the heat from the room in the most efficient way.
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Caring1
wolina
superb shelf, nahhhh typical shelf with useless extra mounting holes.

water cooling for mining?
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3. the heat of air cooled GPUs basically is not a problem so you don't need water cooling. the problem is how to exhaust the heat from the room in the most efficient way.
If you live in a hot climate with 100% humidity in Summer, exhausting the heat is an issue, you would need airconditioning to cool the room, which is an added running cost.
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Caring1
If you live in a hot climate with 100% humidity in Summer, exhausting the heat is an issue, you would need airconditioning to cool the room, which is an added running cost.
I live in that area. You don't need ac
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