Comoparardefumar Kyerivs Mining Frame Rig Case, Open Air Miner Mining Frame Rig Case Up to 6 GPU for BTC LTC ETH Ethereum ETC ZCash Monero:Comoparardefumar
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Kyerivs Mining Frame Rig Case, Open Air Miner Mining Frame Rig Case Up to 6 GPU for BTC LTC ETH Ethereum ETC ZCash Monero:Comoparardefumar

Kyerivs
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Kyerivs Published in October 21, 2018, 10:26 am
 Kyerivs Mining Frame Rig Case, Open Air Miner Mining Frame Rig Case Up to 6 GPU for BTC LTC ETH Ethereum ETC ZCash Monero:Comoparardefumar

Kyerivs Mining Frame Rig Case, Open Air Miner Mining Frame Rig Case Up to 6 GPU for BTC LTC ETH Ethereum ETC ZCash Monero:Comoparardefumar

Price:£49.99+ Free shipping with Masterpola Prime

VBBV
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VBBV Reply to on 26 April 2018
As a prime member it was available for next day delivery which is a bonus. What to expect from this item; well, it's big enough to be a mining rig but bare in mind that it will be a crowded situation. I have bought this to start building my 2nd mining rig for 2 extra cards and for £54 it was a so-so buy.
For 2 GPU's it's just enough in size including a motherboard and a PSU unit. It is sturdy and metal feels tough enough to support more then 2 GPU's and as a matter of a fact at one point it has supported 5 GPU's in my case. But that is where it becomes a problem.
As every miner as soon as I started building a 2nd so called small mining rig, I should have known that it won't stay by it being a small one and it didn't. I managed to get 5 GPU's on but 6th wouldn't be possible as it would completely cover a fan of a PSU unit, which 5th GPU was already partially covering it. Space between the GPU's is narrow and doesn't allow them to breath as well as with lager open frame rigs which has resulted with me increasing the fans speed on each of them and temperatures still being moderate. And then there's all the cables which it'll look and feel awful with limited space when you have to unplug or sort a single one out. If you're using raisers then they will barely fit underneath the GPU's and you might damage the PCIEx ports or cable/usb trying to find an angle fitting them in.
So, my verdict is if you plan 2 or maybe just maybe 3 GPU rig then buy this, but if you plan a full mining rig then I'd advise bigger open frame mining rig.
Mike George
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Mike George Reply to on 19 March 2018
My first rig so learnt several things the hard way some will seem obvious to experienced builders. First issue for me was that you can't put your main GPU into the PCIE 16 slot as the metal ends touching the bottom of the rig keep card at an angle. Secondly using anything but a low profile CPU fan will mean you can't have gpus sitting above the cpu ( seems obvious in hindsight ). If you buy wide GPUs such as 1080ti the gap between them will be so small they you will struggle to keep them cool. Openings on the side and back of the rig are soo small if you have big wrists / hands plugging stuff in will be a battle. Frame is quite sturdy once built. Note the GPU's at the PSU end will sit nearly right on top of the PSU fan which blocks the airflow from the PSU a little. There's no room for a second PSU so if you want to run a lot of cards you'll need to but a 1200w or bigger which are pricey. Only long cards will fit the rig properly ( mention of an accessory bar to support shorter cards but it's an optional extra ). Gigabyte Windforce 1060 for example will be too short despite not being described as a mini GPU.
David W.
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David W. Reply to on 23 February 2018
First point: Other reviewers say it, instructions are appalling.
Second Point: Nothing fits. It has plenty of predrilled holes, non of which seem to line up with anything of worth. It doesn't take a standard ATX power supply, it didn't take a standard ATX motherboard.
Maybe I got a bad one, it's possible, but having seen other reviews, it's not worth my time to try again. It's gone back, and I'll make something more quickly than the time I wasted on this thing.
Gareth
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Gareth Reply to on 12 February 2018
Quality is poor, parts arrived bent and wouldn’t fit together properly. The absence of a support for the graphics cards is awful, as 99% of cards on the market won’t be long enough to work without it. I had to fashion a makeshift support using aluminium bar, will do for now. Suppose you really do get what you pay for.
Peter Abbatt
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Peter Abbatt Reply to on 30 January 2018
It's good and solid, though wish I could have support bar for gpu for an option to buy, can't seem to find email for them to request it for extra payment. Otherwise brilliant item.
Mik
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Mik Reply to on 19 February 2018
Great item. Thank you
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 9 February 2018
Thanks I give 5 star 👍
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