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1  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS: 2x OC AntMiner S1's & 8x Drillbit BitFury 8-boards located in US on: April 30, 2014, 10:38:29 PM
Looking to sell two AntMiner S1's (195-205GHs per S1) (safely overclocked and exhaust fan added on each) and eight Drillbit Bitfury 8-Boards (180-185GHs) w/ two miniplanes and a double scroll, on latest firmware. If interested, make an offer, I'll check back on this post within 24hrs.

Would like to sell everything together if possible, can also include the power supplies (can't remember the PSU models at the moment, but the s1's are running off one 1250watt and the drillbits are running off one 780watt though the drillbits barely use half of that). I'm having to narrow down my mining gear since I moved to a somewhat smaller place, the entire setup averages about 585-600GHs combined.

Will ship within the states or local pickup (Tampa, FL).

If the buyer wants to use  an escrow server, then the buyer will need to pick a reputable escrow service from the forums, setup the transaction and pay any/all escrow fees.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 8x Drillbit-8 Boards (176GHs @ 160w) on: March 27, 2014, 07:40:37 PM
I'm accepting offers on eight (8) of my Drillbit-8 BitFury boards, as I recently moved, so I'm looking to shrink down some of my personal mining equipment. All work perfectly fine, each board hashes around 20-22GHs (170-176GHs total), each board is 20w (160w total). I'm not willing to split up the 8, so keep in mind when you make an offer you are making an offer for 170-176GHs @ 160w. All boards connected by USB & 4-pin Molex, they will come with USB cables, I'll also include a 10-port powered USB hub (Rosewill RHB-500).

Would prefer shipping only within the US; Shipping will occur within one business day of the transaction.
Boards will be shipped using USPS Priority w/tracking.

If the buyer wants to escrow, I'm fine with reputable escrow services known to the forums. Buyer assumes all escrow fees and setup of the escrow, if escrow is chosen.


(I was/am the authorized repairer for Drillbit boards within the US, these are my personal boards I am selling.)
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 11x Bitfury USB Devices (1x Red Furry, 8x Blue Fury, 2x Ice Fury) on: March 16, 2014, 10:11:58 PM
Selling off my Fury based USB devices.

Average hash speed for the Red & Blue fury devices is 2.5GHs, average hash speed for the Ice fury devices is 2.2GHs.

Shipping from FL (US), shipping is a set $6 (BTC0.009532) within the states w/tracking number.
I would prefer not to ship outside of the states.

Make an offer in BTC for all 11 devices.
(Will ship within 24hrs of received payment.)



If you would like to do escrow, the buyer (you) will have to set it up with a verified escrow service/forum user and pay any fees for said escrow.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / FEELER: 310GHs of Drillbit Boards + 30GHs of Bitfury USB's on: February 24, 2014, 02:39:47 PM
*** This is a feeler only, I am not set on selling yet, I may not sell at all. ***

Drillbit Setup:
16x Drillbit 8-boards
  - I do not run them overclocked at all, most boards are at 19.9-20GHs, you can overclock them; When I played with overclocking (for testing purposes) I saw around 21-24GHs.
2x Miniplanes
  - This is used to connect four boards together.
1x Doublescroll
  - This is used to connect two miniplanes together, to use 2 PCI-E connections for all 8 boards.

If decided to sell, the setup will not come with PSU or fans; However to note all boards are being powers off one PSU, all boards are being cooled by six Cool Master JetFlo 120mm fans.


9x Bitfury-based USB devices
(mixture of Blue Fury, Red Fury, Ice Fury devices)

If decided to sell, the setup will not come with USB Hubs or fans; However to note, they are running off two Rosewill 10-port powered hubs, with two 140mm fans fooling all devices.

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If decided to sell, I would prefer to sell all devices together. However (if decided to sell) I may be willing to split up the USB's from the Drillbit boards.

Right now this is a FEELER by no means am I selling right this second. My reasons for considering to sell are two factors: 1) I'm moving soon, I may not have an extra room for my mining hardware. 2) I am considering purchasing a single larger miner.

I can provide pictures (etc) if I decide to sell; You may search through the forums, I've never had a deal "gone bad" on the forums, I've repaired hundreds of drillbit boards for the community, I have assisted in several other bitcoin community projects. I have never needed the use of escrow, however, if I decide to sell and if the buyer would like escrow, it would be up to the buyer to find a reputable escrow service & buyer assumes all setup & fees of said escrow service.

Thanks for looking.
5  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] Broken Jalapeņo (7.5-8GH/s, BFL chips still good) on: January 03, 2014, 05:41:59 AM
ENDED/SOLD
- BigJon901 had the highest offer - Already paid, packaged, and shipping 01/06/2014
Best offer at the time of 2014-01-05 13:00 EST

Originally bought it from bitpop, as a broken unit, the USB 5-pin connector was broken off, then by the time it got to me it had been far butchered, somehow, I managed to get it working @7.5-8GH/s, it ran for a solid few months no issues until a USB hub fell behind it and hit the USB on the back of the jally.

I pronounce it dead (unless you care to find the independent USB traces and cut them out, run them to a connector, etc, etc...), by the time it got to me there were only 2 traces visible, I found tiny remnants of the other 3 and got lucky.

Again, it is *not functioning* but the (2) chips on the board are in perfect working order. Comes with jally PSU

If anyone just wants the two chips, I can remove them from the board and just send the chips, I have the equipment to do so without harming them, just let me know.

Pictures
(click the picture for higher quality)





6  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] ASIC 49-port Hub & a few Erupters on: December 03, 2013, 11:23:48 AM
Taking offers on:

ASIC 49-Port Hub w/USB Cable
15x Used ASIC Erupters, 2 of the 15 are over-clocked & have a blue LED. The overclocked units have been stable for over 2 months. All erupters will come in original packaging.

I would prefer to ship within the US.
7  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 100 ASIC USB Erupters on: November 12, 2013, 05:43:29 AM
100 ASIC USB Erupters (Sapphire, 336MH/s), all with two small-form heatsinks on the back of each unit, packaged in "OEM" packaging.

Will not separate/piece out, looking to sell the lot of 100.
Will escrow at buyers cost & arrangement. (I've sold about 70 RaspberryPi kits on here on the forums without issues & value my reputation.)
Would prefer *not* to ship outside the US, though doesn't mean I won't.

All units are working 100%, SOLD.

This is just for the units themselves (no USB hubs, just units).
8  Economy / Computer hardware / FS: RaspberryPi RGB Positive LCD & rPi Cases on: October 26, 2013, 07:11:16 AM
I have some left over screens, everything is soldered & ready for you to plug on to your RaspberryPi.

RGB Negative LCD Video
RGB Positive LCD Video

Retail on each screen is $25 (as a kit, not soldered)...
Would like to get them off my work-bench, so BTC0.1250 including shipping within the US

I also have a lot of random spare RaspberryPi Cases (lol):
6x 4x RaspberryPi Cases, each one @ BTC0.0503 including shipping within the US

(the 3x custom 3D-printed cases cost me $60 alone) - All the cases you can fit an LCD on to, the 3D cases were made for the LCD, the other 3 have GPIO access which you can attach the LCD on the outside of the case through the GPIO access.

2x One From ModMyPi.com - Bought them before RaspberryPi's even got released, fits both versions, my order actually got lost in the mail (shipped from UK) then ended up finding me almost a year later.

1x Adafruit Cyrstal Blue Case

3x Custom 3D Printed Cases - I had these prototyped locally, each one is a little different case #4 (black) hasn't been modified, case #5 (black) was modified with a SD card cut out, rear holes drilled for extra venting, and power adapter hole made so you didn't need to unplug the rPi to put in or out of the case. Case #6 (blue) was shaved down on the back side to make it flush.



PM or Post if interested.
9  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS: Apple Magic Mouse on: October 13, 2013, 03:17:25 AM
As title states, I have an Apple Magic Mouse for sale that has had the box opened (by myself) but was never used and I forgot to take it back to Apple as I never ended up using it, thought I would. It was intended to be used at work, however I haven't had the need to use my laptop since I bought the mouse (& the one time I did, I didn't bring the mouse).

So lets see if I can get some BTC for it before going to craigslist or eBay. Retails for $69.99 USD, make an offer. Would prefer not to ship out of the US.




10  Bitcoin / Mining support / ASIC Blade Stats - PHP Script on: September 23, 2013, 03:49:44 AM
Not really sure where this post should actually go, but it's more of a support script I made for blades. Granted I'm using BFGMiner as a proxy, so I can fully see every thing going on through BFGMiner on MinePeon... and through the rPi's LCD on my desk.

However, I've built blade setups for people I know and host them. Some people like to see the statistics directly from the blades and not from the miner (what?!? I know, I know...), so this script scrubs each blades page (blade hosts are user defined in an array), then outputs the results.

I'm also going to be adding to this, it was made in a very short time, now I think the idea is to allow setting changes directly through this page rather than having to go to each individual blade's page. By doing this I can also add some verification to verify the settings, etc, etc...

I believe you get the idea. This was a small side thing I put together in a very short time today, I've not bothered with a design, it's a simple table with statistics, it doesn't allow for browser caching, so the page is always 'fresh'. I didn't feel like doing a meta refresh nor taking the time to do a quick js refresh with a timer (so sue me).

If some people are interested in using this for their personal farms or what have you, let me know and I'll post up some links and add in a few things tomorrow to it.

Requirements:
A web server running PHP 5+, the web server must be on the same network as the blades (unless you care to get fancy with stuff, be my guest).



:: Edit ::
If a moderator is so inclined to think I posted this in the wrong section, please move accordingly. I didn't put it in mining software, because it's not a miner, it's more of a support script to combine all of the blade pages into one single page.

11  Economy / Computer hardware / RaspberryPi Kits [Pre-Configured & Soldered] - US ONLY on: September 21, 2013, 07:02:08 AM
I'm doing this for people who wish to use RaspberryPi's and/or want a LCD screen for their RaspberryPi's.

All Raspberry Pi's come configured with the latest stable build of MinePeon, also all operating system packages will be updated, both bfgminer and cgminer will be updated to their latest stable build.

I only charge for my services, all parts ordered through me are at my cost,(ie: no up charge on parts ordered through me when including a service). I'm not going to over charge you on prices for parts, I get everything directly from one of three licensed suppliers in the US. If something is out of stock or delayed, you will be notified of said delay.

I also offer services to build LCD screens for RaspberryPi's if you supply the parts.

All prices are in BTC using MtGox exchange rate, prices are subject to change at any time (as I said, I do not up-charge for the parts, however I will try to only change prices with there is a significant increase or decrease of the current BTC exchange rate). Prices updated on 2013-10-16 17:30:00 EST

This will only be available in the USA; Sorry no international shipping.
All services are done from within the USA, shipped from within the USA (FL).


Packages



Services Offered
  • RaspberryPi Setup & Configuration @ 0.4274BTC
  • LCD Soldering for RaspberryPi LCD Kits @ 0.2493 BTC

Configuration Options
  • Wireless Network Configuration - If you would like for me to pre-configure your RaspberryPi for *YOUR* wireless network, I can. However there is no absolute guarantee it work and you will be required to give me your wireless SSID, if security is enabled, I need to know what type of security and the passphrase/password used to access it. I will replicate the network SSID & security locally where I am. (Technically, it should find the wireless by the SSID and use the security once plugged in at your location, however if it does not, it will default to the wired ethernet connection.)
  • Default Miner - If you have a preference of which miner is the default upon start up (either BFGMiner or CGMiner), please let me know.

*24 hour test "burn-in" period will be done using two of my own ASIC USB Erupters on a Rosewill RHB-500 USB hub, during said 24hr period, all hashing generated will be donated to MinePeon project.

Turn around times
  • If I have the parts locally in stock, 3 business days.
  • If I do not have the parts locally in stock, 6-11 business days (as it depends on how fast I receive the parts from the supplier, usually it takes 3-4 business days).
  • If you have sent me the parts, 3 business days from the time said parts are received.


Payment Instructions
All payments are to be made in BTC to 1AVr492vuA8vArE7igDAYU69wisEYK883B



After payment is sent, please email me@tk1337.com with the following information:
  • Transaction ID
  • Package and/or Options Ordered
  • Services Ordered
  • Bitcointalk.org Username
  • Mailing Address
  • Any configuration options

After the Transaction ID has been confirmed by the bitcoin network. I will send you a confirmation email and your order status will then be trackable by going to http://tk1337.com/orders/ using your bitcointalk.org username (case sensitive) and postal code to track your order.

If you have any questions feel free to send them to me@tk1337.com or PM me here.



Pictures of LCD Types:

LCD Blue & White:


LCD RGB Negative: (makes 4 colors)


LCD RGB Positive: (makes 5 colors)
12  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] BFL Jalapeno (working or broken) - no-preorders, must have in hand on: September 08, 2013, 09:35:00 PM
As the title states...

Looking to be a BFL Jalapeno, PM me what you are asking for it.
I'm also willing buy broken BFL Jalapeno units, depending on the issue and asking price.
13  Economy / Goods / [CLOSED] iPod Touch 64GB on: August 21, 2013, 08:08:08 PM
iPod Touch, 64GB, White, 4th Generation (30pin Adapter).

I originally bought this from Apple right before the release of the next generation to have a dedicated iPod for my car, turns out I kept using my iPhone instead (go figure), so it was used maybe for a few days.

The unit is 100% working condition, the screen is scratch free, the backside has some light scratches, not noticeable. It has been updated to the latest release of iOS.

Anyhow, looking to sell the iPod 64GB with a iPod Stand, 30-pin Connector, & charger.

Make an offer in BTC also willing to trade for USB Erupters, either post here or message me.
Shipping out of Florida, USA.  Would prefer not to ship internationally.  

Thanks for your time.

14  Other / Beginners & Help / Water cooling on USB Erupters? on: August 21, 2013, 04:29:09 PM
As it stands right now, I'm looking to get my hands on a couple of erupters to prototype some aluminium water blocks for, sounds like overkill, which I'm sure it is. However I've been entertaining the idea for awhile and I have all the tools necessary (and fabrication experience). Ideally one would want a stand alone system (radiator, 1 water block per erupter, tubing, connections, pump, etc..), made in such a fashion it would suit most USB hubs. I was initially going to start off with aluminium (since I have blocks of it sitting around) then go to copper if it was a successful gain.

The real question is, would it be worth it, if so, being cooled to X degree would yield better performance.

Anyone else have some input on the idea? Trying to decide if it's worth attempting at all, what everyone's over all opinion is on the idea.



(I would have posted this else where, but since I've decided to lurk the forums for awhile and not post, I still have newbie status... so hi, I'm a newbie, not really...)
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