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In this fifth and final installment of our Ethereum mining rig guide, I answer some common questions about setting up your own rig, profit expectations, and mining in general. If you’ve read the rest of the guide and still have some unanswered questions, you might find what you’re looking for here. So how much money can I expect to make from mining, exactly? How do I convince my significant other that building a rig is a good idea?

580, or another video card entirely? Is it possible to pack more than that onto one motherboard? Don’t I need more than 4GB of system RAM? A lot of other guides recommend more.

Why do I need a 1200 watt power supply if I’m undervolting? Won’t I only be using 700-800 watts with 6 GPUs? And is it worth paying so much for a high efficiency unit? Can I utilize my mining rig for anything else while it’s mining? How much of my internet bandwidth will my mining rig use? My rig won’t boot properly unless a monitor is connected—what’s up with that? I’m getting fan speed errors using the latest version of Claymore’s miner—how do I fix them?