9 GPU Ethereum Mining Rig & Testing 1 to 4 PCIE USB Splitter Cards! (Sluice V2 Review)

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In this video we will be testing out the 1 to 4 PCIE USB Riser Card to see if we can get over 6 GPUs working (ideally 9) on a gaming motherboard. Afterwards, we will build a 9 GPU Ethereum mining rig with the Sluice V2, 12 GPU mining frame while providing a review and comparison to other mining frames. Big thanks to AAAWave for providing these products for testing & review and for giving out these coupon codes to the community!

COUPON CODE FOR $20 OFF THE SLUICE V2, 12-GPU MINING FRAME:
AAAMO20

(They currently have a promotion for a free Lexar SSD with purchase)

COUPON CODE FOR 10% OFF THE STONE V20 HARDWARE WALLET:
AAAMO10


You can find these products and more on AAAWave's website:

(DISCLAIMER: I do not make anything associated to purchases on their website or with regards to the coupon codes)

0:00 Intro
0:47 Motherboard Info
1:03 1 to 4 PCIE Splitter (initial test)
2:04 1 to 4 PCIE Splitter (7 Cards)
3:16 How to tell GPUs apart
4:02 1 to 4 PCIE Splitter (8 Cards)
4:41 9 GPU Mining Rig
5:32 12 GPU Frame Review (Sluice V2)
9:04 ATX PSU PCIe Cable reach test
10:19 Fan Mountings & Cable Management
10:47 Rig Power Consumption
11:44 ZSX Breakout Board
11:53 Conclusion

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