Combining GPU’s in your rig is the best way to achieve high hashrates and so having multiple cards on your miner is preferred. You don’t have to fill all the slots of your motherboard right away though. You can start with only one or two cards and upgrade your rig as you go.
If you’re choosing a frame for your mining rig, remember, it secures your hardware and it should contain minimal to no metal as the conductive nature of metals can affect the performance and health of your mining rig.
In this part of the tutorial, we will go over, step-by-step, how to put together all of the components that make up an effective GPU mining rig. In the first part, we discussed various mining hardware, the pros, and cons of each and some great tips and resources for getting started.
A mining rig is a computer system used for mining crypto. The rig might be a dedicated miner where it was built and operated specifically for mining or it could otherwise be a computer that fills other needs, such as performing as a gaming system and is used to mine only on a part-time basis.