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1  Economy / Lending / Looking to loan 0.03 BTC [Will pay 0.045 BTC 29th Jan] on: January 13, 2021, 07:47:23 AM
As title states I'm looking for 0.03BTC in loan

Address : 15NLHFAmKe64PRtvbND3WYMNww6ZvyVKee , or DM to talk about anything extra!

Paycheck is coming in January 29th and can return with any coin available on Coinbase

2  Other / Archival / Deleted on: July 11, 2016, 01:21:25 AM
3  Economy / Computer hardware / All gone on: May 05, 2013, 06:22:04 AM
All gone

Payment:  BTC, LTC, Amazon Payments, Dwolla

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4  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 1200W PSU on: November 29, 2012, 11:04:21 PM
Power supplies

Antec TPQ-1200 OC -- $135

Little usage (~500W).  It's 80+ Silver, partially modular, has plenty of PCIe connectors, and can do more than 1200W from a few reviews I've seen.  All of the modular cables and AC cable will be included.  I don't have the retail packaging.


Prices include shipping for US50.  I don't mind shipping internationally but it will cost extra.
5  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Asus DirectCU II 7870, Sempron 140 on: May 06, 2012, 05:01:08 PM
Selling the list of cards because of the summer heat (I don't have A/C) and have very few outlets.   Angry

All prices are shipped US50.   I don't mind shipping internationally but it will be extra (USPS Priority / Express, UPS Standard, or FedEx Ground International).

I accept PayPal, Amazon Payments, BTC, and Dwolla.  Depending on the weight, I ship either USPS First Class / Priority or FedEx Ground.

Heatware (100% positive)


Asus DirectCU II 7870 2GB -- $250
Don't have the retail box but will include the supplied accessories.

AMD Sempron 140 AM3 -- $30
Unlocks to an Athlon Athlon II X2 using my ASRock 890FX Deluxe5.  Includes just the CPU but I can add a Thermaltake 92mm HSF for $10 more.


Nothing at the moment.


AMD Sempron 145 AM3 -- 1.59BTC sold to nathantrumpet
I was able to unlock it but it wasn't stable in Windows.  I tried increasing the vcore but it didn't prove successful.  At the time I was using memory rated at 1600MHz so I'm not sure if that was the issue there or what.  Includes just the CPU.

PowerColor 5970 LCS -- $300 sold to gnar1ta$
Includes just the card + waterblock.  The block is made by EK and is nickel plated.

Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H A75 FM1 Motherboard -- $85 (1 left) sold to serp
Both were used in conjunction with the FM1 CPUs that are also for sale.  I absolutely loved these boards.  They have all of the top end components (8+2 phase, 8x/8x PCIe, lots of USB 3.0, and several onboard video ports) making it priced competitively with other AMD boards.  Includes I/O shield, SATA 6Gb/s cables, driver CD, and manual in retail packaging.  Note that this board has 5 PCIe slots!  I have tested up to 4 cards on it and it doesn't need any of them to be shorted.   Cool

AMD A6-3500 FM1 Triple-Core APU Processor -- $65 sold to serp
Runs great.  This CPU has integrated graphics (6530D to be exact) which will run most Valve games on medium settings and breezes through any HD encoded video.  Includes stock HSF in retail packaging.  Gets about 40 Mh/s (d intensity).

Kingwin Lazer Platinum 1000W (LZP-1000) -- 22 BTC sold to Definit

HardOCP Review
JonnyGURU Review

Platinum efficiency, fanless mode feature, similar modular cables to Corsair (flat cables).  Comes in retail packaging with all of the original modular cables, AC power cable, and screws.

PowerColor 7970 3GB reference (AX7970 3GBD5-M2DHG) -- $365 ea / $735 both sold to to foggyb
Both of the PowerColor cards come in retail packaging with their original accessories.

(2x) Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 -- $350 ea / $670 both sold to trouserless
Fresh from RMA.  One is the OC edition, the other is the regular vanilla.

EVGA X79 Classified -- $320 sold to Shadow383
Also a few weeks old.  Accessories haven't been opened.  I'm the original owner and can help with any future RMA's if needed.

Corsair TX950 -- $110 sold to Eegnylot
Works fine, hasn't had much usage in the past month.  Also under warranty with Corsair.  I don't have the retail box for it.

PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 Quad -- $70 sold to xurious
This is a refurbished PSU but it working condition.  I have the box it came in with AC power cord (and some screws if needed).  Has (2) PCIe 6-pin and (2) PCIe 6+2 pin cables.  Also has a single +12V rail, 60A.

6  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Make sure you visually inspect any new card you buy on: May 03, 2012, 05:37:34 AM
I got my Asus DirectCU 7770 from Newegg a few days ago and finally got around to testing it before hooking it up to one of my mining rigs.

I noticed right away that Heaven DX11 Benchmark was stuttering like crazy and the overall score seem a little low (scored 20 points better than my 7750 Huh).  I then ran CGMiner with the fan speed @ 85% and the card hit 77C right away.  Obviously something was wrong since the card was advertised as being "20% cooler".

Before taking the heatsink off I took note of the four GPU screws on the back.  They seemed to protrude more than normal.  Luckily I had another card on hand to compare and what to you know, Asus used the WRONG FREAKIN' SCREWS!  They weren't threaded long enough to hold the cooler in place which is why the temperatures rose so quickly in any 3D application.

Oh well, back to Newegg it goes.
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