L7 Projects & Downloads

Quick hack to monitor that your L7 (or any miner) is working
I've seen a lot of posts lately, and even got an message or two, asking how I remotely monitor my L7. Since (as of 8/12/22) there isn't any after-market firmware …
How a cheap knockoff duct fan almost took out my crypto farm
How is that for a headline? Certainly nothing you ever want to read or even think about. As you can imagine, I feel very blessed and lucky that the circuit …
How to troubleshoot your L3+ using the kernel log.
We've all had miners fail (if you're here that's most likely why), it's frustrating, maddening, but gosh darn-it, people like you. After you're done staring in the mirror, it's time …
Installing 120V or 240V 20A branch circuits for your crypto miners
In my series of, "I know what I want to see, but what do you want to see?" videos I had someone ask about the installation of basics 120V or …
Cooling and Quieting down an L7/S19
Ever have the feeling that you're about to have an aircraft take off from your house? If so, you're in good company (and making money) but the FAA hasn't found …
What’s my fans CFM and how do I measure it?
Part of managing your crypto miner is finding the perfect balance between performance, power usage, cooling, and noise. It's not often easy, or even fair, how the balance works out. …
How many miners, how big of a miner, can I fit on a circuit?
More and more I've seen questions from folks about how many, or how big, of a miner can I fit on a circuit. This is a question that has many …
Maximize your circuits and minimize costs
To continue the journey into setting up your crypto miners, specifically the L3+, you should start considering a long term electrical plan. What I mean by this is how can …

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