12 NVidia GPU + Windows 10 + BTC B250C USB-PCIE Mining Rig Test & Set up GTX1070ti GTX1080ti Titan



I tested out the BTC B250C Motherboard with 12 Nvidia GPUs in Windows 10 and it is a great board!
See more details and get one here:
https://cryptomined.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=240_394&products_id=383

Components I used for this test build:
Motherboard: BTC B250C
Ram: 4G DDR4 Adata
CPU: Celeron G3900
PSU: Various EVGA G2 PSU’s
GPUS, Various 1070ti, 1080ti and a Titan X (Pascap)
Risers: Various Sata and Molex Risers
SSD: 120GB Galaxy SSD

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25 thoughts on “12 NVidia GPU + Windows 10 + BTC B250C USB-PCIE Mining Rig Test & Set up GTX1070ti GTX1080ti Titan

  1. I use the lastest win 10 v1709 update everything, window device manager recognize all 13 p106. I also set vram 16k-50k. When i run claymore 11 it freeze after the line DCR: 0 pool is specified. Do you have any solution for this?

  2. Absolutly the best tutorial on how to set up multiple boys in just over 8 minutes, great job, also I am may curious of how the ram prices and gpu prices are there , in the US Gt 1030 are selling for 139 at best buy, and man it took them a while to relaize that they could just attach usb port to the pcie bus it defiantly is the future.

  3. Absolutly the best tutorial on how to set up multiple boys in just over 8 minutes, great job, also I am may curious of how the ram prices and gpu prices are there , in the US Gt 1030 are selling for 139 at best buy, and man it took them a while to relaize that they could just attach usb port to the pcie bus it defiantly is the future.

  4. hello great video but I was told that in windows you can only run 8 GPU'S at a time how did you did this? is it there an update on windows that support more than 8 gpu's now?? can some body explain this to me, thanks in advance!

  5. Another thorough video by cryptomined, thanks man. Not sure why they included an audio module? Also, an on-board power button wouldn't increase the price much and would help miners for that initial boot, instead of using a wired switch or short-circuiting the pins. I presume BIOS allows automatic boot when power is restored? If so, would be nice if that's the default setting.

  6. You have a very monotone voice and your production is mediocre at best. That being said, your knowledge and 'to the point' approach is great. I would watch your videos over BS crap filled click bait anytime. Keep up the good work.

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