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1  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS one antminer l3+ on: August 11, 2017, 01:47:24 AM
Asking 3k OBO escrow fees on you. shipping will be usps priority with signature.

update:
no psu included as im reusing the one i have.
ships next day after escrow is secured.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 3x Antminer L3+ Sept Batch 1 on: July 06, 2017, 01:36:26 PM
hello, recently purchased 3 antminer L3+ from bitmain for 123.71 litecoins(this is the miners + shipping). Would like to get out of the deal however bitmain does not do any refunds after purchase. These are for Sept batch 1 delivery. I know i will have to take a (hopefully) small loss of course so please feel free to let me know your offer. Also escrow will be used and I am willing to pay for half of that. Payment preferably in litecoins as it will be easier to judge my loss, example you offer 115 litecoins i can see that i will lose 8.71 litecoins if i take that offer ect. Any questions feel free to ask, Thanks!
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / 3rd Person Action/ Adventure game accepting Digital Currency on: May 19, 2014, 07:00:18 PM
One of the first 3rd Person Action/ Adventure games accepting the digital currency such as Bitcoin.

Hello Internet,

My name is TJ and I am currently in early development of my game call "Exhumed Race". It is a 3rd person action/ adventure game, full of puzzles, trials, tricks and of course some guns. You will be tasked with finding the lost race throughout the game. To do so you must face perils beyond compare! Walk, Run, Sneak and Shoot your way through each level gaining Gold and knowledge as you learn just what has happened on planet Earth!

Feel free to visit www.ExhumedRace.com for more info, pictures and videos! (Some of which are coming soon)

Currently in the Pre-Alpha crowd funding phase. To date everything that has been done has been either by me or paid by me. I am currently ramping up parts of the game that are fairly cost intensive so I started this crowd funding to gauge interest and resources. Feel free to contact me via the website or email with any questions!

Www.ExhumedRace.Com
Reddit : http://redd.it/25ymv0

Contact Info:
FrostamationStudios@Gmail.com

More info updated soon!
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / 3rd Person Action/ Adventure game accepting Digital Currency on: May 19, 2014, 06:47:51 PM
One of the first 3rd Person Action/ Adventure games accepting the digital currency such as Bitcoin.

Hello Internet,

My name is TJ and I am currently in early development of my game call "Exhumed Race". It is a 3rd person action/ adventure game, full of puzzles, trials, tricks and of course some guns. You will be tasked with finding the lost race throughout the game. To do so you must face perils beyond compare! Walk, Run, Sneak and Shoot your way through each level gaining Gold and knowledge as you learn just what has happened on planet Earth!

Feel free to visit www.ExhumedRace.com for more info, pictures and videos! (Some of which are coming soon)

Currently in the Pre-Alpha crowd funding phase. To date everything that has been done has been either by me or paid by me. I am currently ramping up parts of the game that are fairly cost intensive so I started this crowd funding to gauge interest and resources. Feel free to contact me via the website or email with any questions!

Www.ExhumedRace.Com

Contact Info:
FrostamationStudios@Gmail.com

More info updated soon!
5  Economy / Reputation / Frostamation Reputation Thread on: January 17, 2014, 06:09:06 PM
Please post any feedback related to trades and/or your experience with renting my rig(s). Thanks

Current Promotion(s)

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Current Rig Specs (X11):
18Mh/s Frosta1
19Mh/s Frosta2

Location: East coast USA (set pools accordingly for best performance)


Terms/conditions

Downtime:
      Any downtime will be credited in one of two ways, customers choice,
            1. For every minute rig is down you will receive 2 mins of extra renting.
            2. For every minute rig is down you will receive btc per minute of downtime at leased rate plus 1%.
                Example: Rig lease for .1btc for 24hours, .1btc / 24hours = .00417(rounded up), .00417 / 60minutes = 0.0000695. .0000695 * .01percent = 0.000070195. so you will                                                                                                 recieve 0.0000702(rounded up)btc per minute of downtime.

Customer satisfaction is my #1 goal, if you have any concerns or questions before, during or after renting my rig please feel free to PM me on bitcointalk
6  Other / Beginners & Help / my mining experience thus far on: January 01, 2014, 02:24:59 AM
To start:
Important info i see most people missing in their configs or they do not set them right for each coin (each coin is different from how popular it is(more hashing power at it) difficulty rising to how it was programmed for how fast miners should be finding new blocks.

--queue|-Q <arg>    Minimum number of work items to have queued (0 - 10) (default: 1)
--no-submit-stale   Don't submit shares if they are detected as stale
--expiry|-E <arg>   Upper bound on how many seconds after getting work we consider a share from it stale (default: 120)

My setup:
cgminer 3.5.0
radeon r9 290x (i always update drivers, never had a problem yet, only down side to remember is when you install or update amd drivers with more than one card the new drivers automatically set crossfire to on so you have to go in and turn it off)
brands for each card (3cards total) asus, xfx, msi
intel i7 4770 stock
asus sabertooth z87
gskill ripjawz 2x8gb sticks 1333mhz
128gb ssd ocz vertex 3
ocz 750w psu
thermaltake 500w psu
add2psu
table top fan(air flow)
windows 8 64bit
each card 920-940k/hs
each card 800-850wu


cgminer config

intensity - 19 (going to 20 only gives 75k/hs extra total, not worth it in my opinion)
thread concurrency - 32768 ( also 24000 works but has some issues with random restarts, cgwatcher comes in handy in those situations)
as mentioned above: queue is 0 because the coin is found so fast no need for a queue, no stale submit because why bother submitting crap shares, expirey set to 90(change as needed based on coin) since each coin i mine at the moment is suppose to be found in 30 sec on average(which give or take a few seconds seems to be right) then if my cards are working on something after 90 seconds then that work is almost guaranteed to be worthless so trash it and get fresh work on the new block).
only other setting that i have seen make a difference is turning autofan off and setting my fans to start and stay at 85% all the time unless they reach 94c then tune to 100%(never reached this nor had a problem, if your getting close to 94c then you should check your airflow).


Where to place your rig:

If you don't have a basement place front of rig or "intake" at an ac vent or open window(in winter). if you have a basement(as i do) it works great if its not completely insulated, mine is underground so it stays cool all season and very cold in the winter.

Card temps:

gpu1 - 77c       gpu2 - 68c          gpu3 - 88c
currently i do not have risers so my cards are close together(ordered risers from 3 different places still have yet to recieve any hopefully 3rd times a charm, just order some 2 days ago from cali)


*side not on risers: don't order from ebay china, never received them and no usa sellers had them, buyahash.com ordered payed with coins received usps tracking never received them(4 weeks now in case your wondering) last place i order cryptocables.com, seems fine for the moment, if i remember i will update this if i receive them, they also accept bitcoins as payment which is how i paid.


Overview:

my settings and setup is from 7 days of tweaking it to work the best i think it can for the moment(always room for improvement in my opinion). currently have been mining for 4 weeks(after the initial 7) with very little issues. I have had some pool issues so keep in mind that you should at least check your pool to make sure its up and you are mining on it, also always have a failover setup in config file so that if one pool goes down your rig isn't doubling as a paper weight.

hopefully this might help someone who is mining with the 290x or anyone who wants to mine with them. i have had great results with them and glad i didn't spend around the same for used 7970's but to each his own.


*I wont be checking this post for comments (don't take it personally i just choose not to) so anything specific feel free to pm me.
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