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The Hobbyist Miner Channel’s Journey to Building a Second Crypto Mining Shed

Stumbling upon my channel, you’ll discover I’m in the midst of constructing my second crypto mining shed, which has been quite a journey. It all began in my basement with a few mining rigs. As time passed, we outgrew The Grow Tent and decided to build a mining room in the basement – which turned out to be a disaster. I quickly realized the need for a larger, more dedicated space for mining, hence the idea of building a mining shed came about.

Learning the Ins and Outs of Building an Effective Mining Shed

Building the first shed was a learning process, and a crucial realization was the need for adequate intake—less of active intake, more of passive intake. Many miners I’ve encountered often overlook the importance of air replacement in their mining spaces, leading to overheating and performance issues. No matter how powerful your exhaust fans are, without sufficient air intake, you risk operational inefficiency.

Moving on to Building the Second Shed – The Crypto Mining Shed Farm

The first shed was a success, and now as we outgrow that, we’re onto constructing shed number two. My goal is to use the second shed to offload some of our Asic miners—thus converting my home into a sort of mining farm. Over the next few paragraphs, I will share updates about our progress in the construction and renovation of our mining shed farm.

Innovation at its Best: Modified Mining Shed for Enhanced Performance

Renovating an old shed at my place into a hybrid mining shed has been challenging, yet rewarding. Being an A-frame vinyl shed, it necessitated structural enhancements for optimal operation. These alterations included replacing vinyl panels with more secure plywood for better gable vent mounting and effective structural support. Additionally, we installed Flex Seal tape over plywood seams to boost overall durability and longevity of the structure.

Designing for Optimal Airflow and Ventilation in the Mining Shed

Our proposed design for vent and exhaust placement should ensure maximum airflow and ventilation within the shed. We plan to install 14 gable vents on the intake side and four AC Infinity T14 shutter fans on the exhaust side of the shed. Also, we intend to duct heat from the exhaust side into a nearby henhouse, providing warmth to the chickens during winter.

Creating an Efficient Work Flow and Cable Management in the Mining Shed

Keeping convenience and efficiency in mind, we’ve come up with an effective layout plan for the shed. There’ll be provisions for standard outlets all around, should there be a need for them in the future. Cable pathways would run overhead via U-clamps to route power cables from the meter boxes to our PDUs and Ethernet cables to our network switch. This design would leave ample space around the center rack for easy movement.

Sights Set on an August Launch

Though my initial target was to begin operations by August 1st, due to the scale of the project, we might have to push it to mid-August. Stay tuned to my channel as I share more updates about the progress of our exciting project. Meanwhile, don’t forget to check out the limited offer from our sponsor Cryptocaverns.com and join the mining revolution today!

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  1. Very good to seal everything. The best advantage is to mitigate dust which will kill electronics over time.

    I am curious, with a new build why did you choose not to have a hot wall?

    99.9% of the air going on the outside of the ASIC'S is wasted money. This is filtered air that provides virtually no thermal benefit to the miners.

    Also with a hot wall you can ballance the air flow by measuring differential pressure across the hot wall. Then only run as many fans as needed.

    Good luck

  2. @TheHobbyistMiner so I'm curious with your current mining shed with all the intake and exhaust why didn't you decide to just do a mini split ac unit to control the heat?

  3. I was wondering if you did the math about the 30 amp circuits for ASICs. Average power consumption of ASICs is around 3100-3300 watts. A 30 amp 240 circuit allows for a max of 7200 watts. However, if you plan to follow the 80% rule, then those 7200 watts turn into 5760 watts. That is not enough to run two ASICs (3100×2=6200 watts). Thus, each 30 amp circuit would be maxed out with just one ASIC and the remaining watts would be left unused or used for non-Bitcoin ASIC equipment or low hash rate ASICs (mini doge, etc.). My humble suggestion, which is what I did at my place without changing anything in my breaker panel, is to install 50 amp circuits; as many as you can. Those would provide 12000 watts each but following the 80% rule that would come down to 9600 watts. But still enough to power THREE ASICs per circuit. You would obviously need to by a 50 amp PDU for each circuit; as I did. Good luck with your project. Luv your videos.

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