Building an RX580 Ethereum mining rig on a Veddha Minercase V3 frame I got in the mail the other day.
I had this RX580 Ethereum mining rig spread out on our end table after assembling it. I was also working on a GTX 1060 rig on the dining room table.
One of my viewers must have seen the need for a mining rig frame and sent this to me. It is greatly appreciated and the timing is so perfect. We are buried under 16 inches of snow with another 7 inches on the way so I am not out in the wood shop building mining rig frames at this time.
I put the mining rig frame together easy enough. The parts are finely machined and of high quality. I am quite impressed with the quality of this setup.
The kit also includes literally everything you need to assemble your mining rig onto the frame. There are enough bolts and bits of hardware to get the job done. And there are some zip ties, mother board stand offs, HDD mount, power supply mounts and even a power switch for the motherboard.
I got the frame put together and then ripped apart the partly assembled 1060 rig to get its motherboard. I left the RX 580 rig running for now.
After getting the motherboard mounted I worked on the power supply. This also went smoothly.
Next came the graphics card framing and then the graphics cards themselves. Now I shut down the RX 580 Ethereum mining rig and mounted all the graphics cards. I also had two matching cards on another rig. I have 10 RX 580s but of two different styles. Now I swapped them out and got matching cards together.
Soon I had the rig working nicely.
It sure looks good. And the frame is quite solid and stable. I am very pleased with the Veddha Minercase V6 6 bay mining rig frame.
This is the first video in a series on how to use MyEtherWallet.com
Today we are going to show you how to set up an Ethereum wallet account. Then how to log into your account and how to find your public wallet address.
The Ethereum wallet can be used for any ERC20 compatible token (altcoins). DIY Tube Coins are ERC20 compatible coins so they are 100% compatible with MyEtherWallet.com
When you come to the homepage you will see the words "Create New Wallet".
The first time you ever visit the site, you will want to do just this.
Enter a very long and secure password. Be sure to write it down and never lose it.
Next you will want to save your Json file to your computer. Later you want to put this on a USB stick and make copies. Keep it off your computer and offline. This is the key to your account. With this key anyone can access your money.
You will also save your private key onto the same USB stick. This is another key to open your wallet. Never lose these keys. Keep copies.
Once you are logged into your account you will find your wallet address.
The wallet address is your public address. This you can give out freely. People can send you Ethereum or tokens into this wallet address. This is your deposit address.
Stay tuned for more instructional videos on how to use MyEtherWallet.com