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1  Economy / Services / Looking for freelancer to do some script work on: January 30, 2018, 10:09:20 PM
Well I guess I'm looking for a freelancer to write up some script or program. I'm not a very smart person when it comes to coding, and often lazy, so I'm looking to pay someone to do some work for me.

I need some script or program that will, in effect, go through combinations of settings for a mining program, such as sgminer, to find the fastest setting, which includes settings such as raw intensity, worksize, threads, or possibly other user-specific options.

I have no idea how much work this entails, though another user in world of warcraft addons development made a simple talents combination html page that made it easier for me to simulate different talent combinations in under an hour as seen here https://apps.sharparam.com/combinations.html so something like this should not be as hard either?

I know sgminer has an "api-listen" and "api-allow" argument which leads me to think you can get things like hashrate through this API or set other things like raw intensity without restarting the client, though other things like gpu threads and worksize do need a restart.

If you need more details, let me know. Unfortunately I don't have much in the ways of crypto (garlicoin? lol). Got plenty of paypal though and a fair chunk of trades/trust here on the forums as well as bitcoin-otc. I have no idea what something like this would cost either, so offers will need to be made.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Intel Core i7-3930K, 64GB G.SKILL DDR3-1600 RAM, Motherboard, GTX TITAN on: October 06, 2014, 12:31:13 PM
Looking to sell my 'old' gaming PC hardware. Everything is in perfect working condition.

I got an Intel Core i7-3930K CPU with retail box (no case sticker though, its MIEN). 6 cores @ 3.2 GHz. Does not come with cooler as retail package did not have one. Looking for $350 shipped USPS Priority in USA. +$5 if you want Fedex Standard Overnight shipping.

64GB (8x8GB) Kit of G.Skill DDR3-1600 RAM. Model F3-12800CL10Q2-64GBZL. Still have original box for it. Never overclocked/overvolted. Looking for $575 shipped USPS Priority in USA. +$5 if you want Fedex Standard Overnight shipping. Selling individual sticks MAY be possible, but I really don't want to break the kit up unless absolutely necessary since the ram sticks are matched for each other.

MSI Big Bang-XPower II LGA 2011 Intel X79 motherboard. Still have original box for it and MOST accessories. Still figuring out what is missing, but definately have I/O shield, manual, sata cables, SLI bridges, stuff like that. Flashed with the latest mass production BIOS. Looking for $230 shipped USPS Priority in USA. +$10 if you want Fedex Standard Overnight shipping.

ASUS GeForce GTX TITAN GTXTITAN-6GD5 Graphics card w/ 6GB GDDR5. Comes in original box and has dvi > vga adapter, driver disk (recommend using latest drivers from nvidia.com), pci-e 6 pin to 6+2 pin adapter. Cleaned up as much dust as I could with brush and compressed air. Still a crazy fast graphics card that can play many titles on ultra. Asking $590 shipped USPS Priority in USA. +$10 if you want Fedex Standard Overnight shipping.

International shipping is possible, just cover shipping expenses for trackable shipping. This counts USPS Priority Int'l for some countries, others will need USPS Express Int'l for tracking up to delivery. Fedex Int'l MAY be an option, but I need to discuss that with a friend to see if he can get some discounts, otherwise it is VERY pricy, but otherwise speedy.

Payments.. Need to figure it out on that one. Bitcoin exchange rate is very unreliable right now, so probably not accepting that unless you give me a good deal. Paypal is possible (Only shipping to verified address on file for my protection), maybe others, just ask.

Pictures coming later on request
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Radeon R9 270X (or similar/better/nvidia) in USA on: May 20, 2014, 08:16:59 PM
I'm looking to purchase a single Radeon R9 270X, shipped to me in zip code 54501, USA. I have great trust ratings/reviews all around. Must be game stable with no signs of bad fans, artifacting, or anything that would indicate it's less than perfect condition.

I'm looking to spend $95 shipped. $100 if the ASIC Quality is lower than 67% (Check this in GPU-Z). I would be paying with paypal, and would be paying before or after receiving it as goods or friends/family, depending on how much I feel I can trust you (Very low/nonexistant trust = paid after I receive it. Excellent solid trust = paying before I receive). Tracking number mandatory, but use whatever shipping service you want (USPS/UPS/Fedex/Speedee/etc)

I might be open to getting similar cards that are the same performance or higher at a similar price/performance, but don't expect any amazing offers. I am open to nvidia cards as well, at a similar price/performance.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 3 Sapphire R9 280x and 1 Asus R9 280x <-- SCAMMER THREAD on: April 07, 2014, 05:38:32 PM
I have 1 Asus DIRECT II Topc 280x and 3 Sapphire Dual-X 280x cards I would like to sell since hot weather is here and I cannot stand the heat anymore. I have used them for 2 months of mining and they ran great! no issues at all. I was getting 750 kh/s on average from each. I am looking to get $200 for each card either in BTC or LTC

http://imgur.com/hPCN4Si
http://imgur.com/Yvz07al

Note that clouds0 is a scammer and do not trade. He is self moderating his threads to prevent people from calling him out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=560260

Also I attempted to buy "his" equipment, he changed it to "pending", edited his post, locked it, and created a new one with exactly the same title, and the same imgur links.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=559911

(edit: he changed his thread title, so I have changed this one accordingly)

5  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD OUT] Flexible USB-based powered PCI-E risers $18-$20/each on: December 14, 2013, 01:29:30 PM
Just wanted to add that I am the same "Ssateneth" as the one in #bitcoin-otc as well as the same "Ssateneth" on localbitcoins.com, just in case any localbitcoin dispute handlers decide to check on this thread.

As I'm sure many of you are aware, I am now selling PCI-E 1x > 16x risers. I have a total of 250 on hand. They are powered with either a SATA power plug or 4-pin floppy power plug, have a built-in PCI-E presence mod for improved video card detection, are pluggable in any size PCI-E slot (1x, 16x, or any size in between), have extra caps for power filtering, and utilize a USB 3.0 cable as the means for transferring the PCI-E signals. The USB cable is 30cm long. I will accept dollars (Paypal is possible, but I will only ship to the verified address on file. I will not ship to unverified addresses), BTC @ bitstamp rate according to preev.com, or LTC equivalent. I have the right to limit the amount you want to purchase, but hopefully it won't come to that. Tracking number is provided for every order.

Bear in mind, this is the first time I've done a sell thread with a large quantity of items. My response may be slow, but I'll try to get to every one of you.

Jan 6, 2014 5:42PM CST An update on the quantity available: 0 units are left in stock. I may order more in the future if I can get more cash.

PRICES
1-10 $20/each
11-50 $19/each
51+ $18/each

SHIPPING (USA)
1-5 with First Class (2-5 days): FREE
1-5 with USPS Priority (2-3 days): $3.50
6+ with USPS Priority (2-3 days): FREE
1-20 with USPS Express (1-2 days): $15
21+ with USPS Express (1-2 days): $30

SHIPPING (OUTSIDE USA)
Please PM. Will offer First Class (non-trackable abroad in many countries), Priority (non-trackable abroad in many countries) or Express (trackable) at your expense. First Class and Priority is at your risk, since I have no way of knowing if it was delivered or not in most cases. Be aware that while I will ship internationally, I will not lie on the customs form. It'll be declared as merchandise, at the stated price, tariff code 854442.

I can fit up to 20 units in a padded flat rate envelope, $25 priority, $45 express. First Class price will vary based on weight and destination, but costs about the same as priority for 20 pieces, and will cost less if you order less units. Also, something for Canadians. First Class and Priority are both trackable.






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I'm thinking about getting my feet wet, and going to gauge some interest purchasing some of these risers in bulk from chinese supplier. They are powered 1x -> 16x PCI-E risers, pluggable into either 1x or 16x width motherboard slots, utilizing a 30cm or 100cm long USB 3.0 cable for data transmission, which makes it physically very flexible, and a SATA power plug for dedicated power. The PCB has 2 caps for power filtering and allegedly has a built in PCI-E presence shorting, so it is guaranteed to get your card detected without inserting wires into PCI-E slots to get a graphics card to detect. These appear to be built with mining in mind. Actual usability of the card for mining is dependent on OS and drivers.

Post here if you're interested. I've already sent an email to the supplier about possible bulk interest of 100 risers. I am USA based. I would likely offer free First-Class for orders <=13 ounces weight, and free Priority shipping for orders >13 ounces weight (If <=13 ounces but still want faster priority, pay $3.50) within the USA (Express on your dollar), and First Class / Priority / Express Int'l shipping on your dollar. Would accept BTC/LTC equivalents as payment, maybe USD methods as well, depending on your trust ratings/history. Ballparking $25 per riser, dependant on what sort of discount the supplier gives me, if any.

This post will be edited to indicate new thread for actual sale when the risers are received by me and are in hand. 250 pieces are on their way with DHL Express. I'm not comfortable doing pre-orders, and will be sold first come first serve.


6  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Motherboard designed for mining, and better riser cables in this thread. on: December 10, 2013, 12:22:21 AM
Just thought I'd throw this out there. Probably already reposted, but meh.

Here's a motherboard that's designed from from the get-go to be mined on. No more need for powered risers.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H61%20Pro%20BTC/ Asrock H61 board for sandy/ivy bridge. Comes with 2 molex on the motherboard for power. No more melted ATX cable, no more powered risers.
http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H81%20Pro%20BTC/ Asrock H61 board for haswell. Same deal.
http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/231958/MOTHERBOARD_SOCKET_LGA1150/Asrock/H81-PRO-BTC.asp H81 can be bought here.


If you don't want to use this board, here's some newer risers that will be less prone to failure from physical stress (IDE-like ribbon-style risers fail all the time because of poor soldering)

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/PCI-E-PCI-E-Express-1x-to-1X-4x-8x-16x-Riser-Extender-Card-with-10/959600473.html Powered riser with that special detachable thin ribbon cable you often see folded inside laptops. Won't break or tear solder joints, and dedicated solder joint for molex power


http://www.aliexpress.com/item/PCI-E-PCI-E-Express-1x-to-1X-4x-8x-16x-Riser-Extender-Adapter-Card-with/944387438.html Another powered riser, but utilizes a USB 3.0 cable instead to transmit the non-power related PCI-E signals (has nothing to do with USB 3.0 data/power signals), and a separate plugin that uses a SATA connector for power. USB cable and SATA power cable included. Also, these allegedly have PCI-E presence shorting integrated right on the riser PCB, so it is guaranteed to worth with every motherboard slot right out of the box/bag, unless the motherboard itself turns off an entire slot due to lane allocation.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/321272676674 Same thing as above.


http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-MB-PB01-BR An option if you want to use the less expensive non-powered risers but still want to have extra power to prevent melted/burned ATX cable. If you have room on your board for 1x more PCI-E connection, use the EVGA Power Boost. It's a $10 device that plugs directly into a PCI-E slot and feeds molex power into it. If you're worried about "electricity flowing the wrong way", that's not how electricity works and you need to go back to school.


I do not recommend using molex or SATA to PCI-E power adapters. You would be carrying an immense amount of current on the single 12v wire, causing excessive heat which could lead to melting or fire. Use PCI-E power plug splitters instead. They can be had for as little as $3 each.
http://www.outletpc.com/c8182.html $3
http://www.eio.com/p-24549-athena-power-cable-ypcie628-6-pcie-6-pin-y-split-to-two-pcie-20-862-pin-cable.aspx?gclid=CO3hivORqrsCFQISMwodUFEATQ $4
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812198016 $4.50
http://www.ebay.com/itm/290778077889 $4.50


Also, theres a number of motherboards that have supplementary power for the PCI-E slots, which negates the need for powered risers altogether. The MSI 990FXA-GD65V2 has a PCI-E power receptacle on the motherboard to supply extra power to the PCI-E slots and only costs $130 in the USA. Some Gigabyte motherboards, such as the GA-Z77X-UD3H and GA-990FXA-UD7, also have a SATA power connector to supply extra power, negating the need for powered risers. Also, ASRock Z77 Extreme6 has a molex on board for extra power for the same purpose, but this board only has 4 PCI-E slots.
7  Bitcoin / Mining support / URGENT How do you turn on ASICMiner backplane power supply? on: November 28, 2013, 12:12:16 AM
How do you do it? I got 10 blades, backplane, and this http://www.ebay.com/itm/331069043923 and it doesnt turn on. 12v standby is working, but no full 12v. I tested it with multimeter and shorting pins 33 to 36 as shown in http://www.helifreak.com/showthread.php?p=5226152 and my multimeter shows 12v on the fat tabs and it turned on then. But how do I turn it on in backplane???
8  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Recomended ASICMiner Blade + backplane case/installation? on: November 23, 2013, 04:15:42 PM
So I picked up a bunch of ASICMiner blades cheap, asked the seller for backplanes, seems sure that that backplanes will be shipped with them, so I ordered some 80plus platinum rated 1200 watt "Common Slot" power supplies, model HSTNS-PL11, part number 438203-001, since they seemed to be compatible, and I like insane electrical efficiency.

Now my question is, what can I mount this in? I know they will need active cooling, so I figured I need some sort of frame that will attach a number of fans to the same frame of reference as the blades. Not sure how many fans I'll need, likely 3x2 120mm in a push pull configuration, but thats aside from the original question. What can I mount all this junk in?
9  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Improved FAN PLATE SET for BFL SINGLE's on: November 20, 2013, 04:36:56 PM
I want to buy some of these BFL fan plates.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=282786.0

But Bitmit is down for the foreseeable future. I've PM'd btc-engineer on here and BFL forums, no reply. I need enough sets to install to 4 BFL singles.

I would prefer to pay fiat (cash) if at all possible. I don't know how much they go for, but they appear to be first cheap to produce. Here is my trust ratings.
(here) bitcointalk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=33107
bitcoin-otc http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=Ssateneth
ebay http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=ssateneth&ftab=AllFeedback

Please leave a message in this thread, or PM me.
10  Bitcoin / Hardware / Looking for picture with melted USB hub barrel receiver posted on these forums on: September 17, 2013, 11:56:47 AM
Someone on these forums somewhere posted a picture of one of those cheap chinese 10 port usb 2.0 hubs where the plastic barrel receiver was malformed and melted. I cannot find it though. Can someone link it please?
11  Bitcoin / Hardware / OT BS from @Friedcat: A forgotten promise? on: September 15, 2013, 07:48:06 AM
I like how people assume the device is sold with the terms that it will make a profit of some sort or ROI. You aren't buying a profit-making machine. You are buying a machine that does SHA256d hashes of at least a certain rate, and it does just that. It's your own fault you bought it for so much.

People crying that they lost money on purchasing mining asics is just too funny. Should've seen in coming bro's. The only ASIC that even remotely "won" was batch 1 avalons, and only because the buyers took a leap of faith.
12  Economy / Computer hardware / [Bought] GeForce GTX TITAN for $800 each, shipped w/ insurance, need 2 on: August 25, 2013, 05:55:03 PM
Looking to grab up to TWO GTX Titans to power my shiny new ASUS PQ321Q 4K Monitor. Offering $780 $800 (payment type negotiable) or for each of them shipped to Rhinelander, WI 54501 with $800 om insurance or registered (this is like selling on ebay for $920 after ebay/PP fees). If I don't know you or you can't convince me to trust you, you send first or work out an escrow that I can trust. I've been on these forums for over two years and have traded with many people HERE, HERE and HERE. Reply in thread or in PM, whichever tickles your fancy.

I also have 3x GTX 680 cards that I would be willing to put towards the titan(s) at the rate of 2 gtx 680 = 1 gtx titan

edited: increased offer from $770 to $800.

Have bought what I needed. Closing thread.
13  Economy / Scam Accusations / Possible scammer: Giki on: July 26, 2013, 03:49:17 PM
Reference thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262703.0
User: Giki https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=127862

He claims to be selling a Radeon 7970 for an unusually low price, then posts pictures of a 7970. The 7970s pictured is actually two different cards that I own. He copy pasted the pictures from my ebay ads. The top three were taken from this ad
http://www.ebay.com/itm/271235713734
And the bottom picture was taken from my other ebay ad here
http://www.ebay.com/itm/271229984004

I can provide proof that he does not actually own the 7970 pictured. He posted pictures of the rear of the card including the serial number, and here is a picture of the same card but with a paper with my name, this website, and the date.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9768004/SAM_0577.jpg

I also created a screenshot of the thread in case he deletes it to get rid of the evidence





14  Economy / Scam Accusations / scammer: necron40k on: July 21, 2013, 11:44:35 AM
Screenshots of threads here before he deletes them. Pretty self explanatory. Probably not 100% confirmed but it's up there.

Scammer used pictures from these thread.
First picture is pulled from this thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=78733.0
Second picture is pulled from this thread. http://www.overclock.net/t/933779/6970-trifire-on-air/20
Third picture is pulled from this thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90380.0

Radeon 5970 thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258825
USB ASIC thread. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257612





15  Economy / Computer hardware / [sold] MSI Gaming laptop. Quad core i7, 12GB RAM, GeForce GTX 570M 1.5GB on: July 15, 2013, 05:00:16 AM
So I picked up a laptop a couple months ago, originally from mwave outlet. I didn't really use it much at all though. Probably been powered on no longer than a day. Comes in original box with original driver CDs, user guides, and power brick. Not really sure what price to put on it as laptops aren't my forte. Throw me some offers, but please, no lowballs. Thats a quick way to get on my ignore list.

BTW, This would be shipping from 54501, Wisconsin, USA. Shipping costs are paid by you. I'm willing to ship worldwide, but I won't lie on the customs form about what's contained in the package or the value.

17.3" 1080P Screen, non-glare coating
Quad core Intel Core i7-2670QM @ 2.2GHz. Has hyperthreading so 8 CPUs
12GB DDR3 RAM
750GB 7200 RPM Hard Drive
Has both WIFI and wired network interface
Has a DVD-RW drive (Can read/write CDs too)
Has a discrete graphics card. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M with 1.5GB dedicated video RAM. Should easily play many of your games at high quality settings.
Comes with Windows 7 Home Premium already installed on it. Will come with factory restored settings.
Keyboard is by steelseries. Each key has a faint red/green/blue glow underneath it, but the colors can be customized to whatever color you want on a per key basis, or you can turn off the glow. Good for highlighting certain keys for gaming.
Sound by DynAudio, THX TruStudio PRO.
Has a webcam that captures at 720p @ 30 frames per second.

Some links with better description.
http://www.msimobile.com/level3_productpage.aspx?id=337
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834152293

Click pictures for bigger version







16  Bitcoin / Hardware / What USB hub should I get for USB miners? on: June 27, 2013, 06:51:38 AM
I'm getting 50 (and more in the future) USB miners. What USB hub should I get? No idea what is good these days.
17  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / 5v Molex/SATA to Barrel connector adapters for USB hubs? on: June 24, 2013, 11:44:16 AM
Does something like this exist? I saw there were adapters for 12v pci-e plug to multiple barrel plugs to supply power to BFL singles. Would someone make these barrel plugs, but accept input of a 5v + ground from a 4 pin molex or SATA plug to these barrel connectors that USB hubs run off of? I'm looking to convert my GPU farm to a massive amount of USB miners to tide me over until BFL delivers, and I have a beef with the power delivery these hubs. Most power bricks supply maybe 2 amps @ 5v, and are incredibly power inefficient. Most ATX power supplies supply very stable and clean 5v power, anywhere from 16-24 amps. Wouldn't it make more sense to pull power from your power supply?
18  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Radeon 7970 with dead fan header on: June 05, 2013, 07:28:36 PM
I have a Powercolor 7970 thats "reference but not reference". Has the reference cooler on it, but the PCB revision doesn't match pure reference cards (says "LF R19FA" instead of "100-C36837-00") but the VRM temperature sensors works in addition to not being voltage locked, so it effectively behaves like a reference.

Anyways, the fan header is partially dead. It does not report RPM inside the OS, and the 12v lead is effectively dead too at 0v. The PWM pin shows a low-ish voltage like 3.5 or so. The fan itself work perfectly.

Is there a way to fix this without looking stupid? I'm not sure I can RMA this because powercolor does not accept RMA from second hand owners.

If it's not fixable, would anyone be interested in buying it? It can do 3D games just fine as well as mine bitcoins or litecoins. There is just the matter of the dead fan header. If you put a 3rd party heatsink and fan on there that is powered with a case fan header, or if you use a water block, it'll work fine I imagine
19  Economy / Computer hardware / [No longer WTB] Pure reference Radeon 7970's $315 on: May 29, 2013, 11:20:33 PM
Not buying right now. May or may not change in the future.

I'm in the process of slowly replacing all my 5k series cards with 7970's and am looking to replace them with pure reference cards. I have had great luck with them. I don't want any non-reference as out of the 4 I have, 2 3 have died and the other 1 doesn't even clock that well while undervolting at 1.05v, approximately 100-150MHz slower. Most of these reference cards are also old though and likely abused, so my offer stands at $315 shipped per card. You could sell it on ebay but you would have to price it at least $345 to get more money after fees than what I'm offering. Brand matters little (MSI, Sapphire, Asus, Gigabyte, whatever), though having the original reference style heatsink and fan is highly prefered. I know for a fact that the triple fan Gigabytes are NOT reference. They don't have voltage control either, which is a MUST.

You can know your card is a pure reference and not a knockoff by having "109-C38637-00" down by the PCI-E connector as well as having the AMD logo above it, but this is usually mostly covered by the heatsink.


If I don't have reason to trust you (account age too new, no trades, etc), I will require escrow or payment after receiving item depending on payment method, especially if there are no pictures.
Payable in paypal gift, dwolla (takes 2-3 days to load money on here as I don't currently have money in it), chase quickpay if you hold a chase account, popmoney, amex serve, and moneypak. I can also reluctantly pay with bitcoins if it is absolutely necessary.

Fresh thread because of thread crappers. If your post is not constructive, I will delete it.

Edit: I will also take cards with the code "V277 VER:1.0". These are found on some MSI branded 7970's.



I believe my offer is 100% fair, considering these cards are old, dusty, and abused, and brand new retail 7970's can be bought for less than $300 RETAIL with free shipping.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202008

Picture of sub-$300 7970 in case item disappears or something
20  Economy / Computer hardware / [All sold] Radeon 5970 $225, 2x Radeon 5870 $90, 2x MSI Geforce GTX 680 $270 on: May 29, 2013, 01:15:39 PM
Everything is sold.

All packages will be shipped from zip code 54501, USA via USPS, UPS, or Fedex (Newly offered, but they will be EXPENSIVE unless you provide me a shipping label!) either domestic or international on your dollar. Most cards are also crossposted on eBay HERE. You can expect approximately an 8% 10% discount compared to my ebay prices.

All equipment can be paid with Bitcoin, Moneypak w/ receipt, Paypal Cash Card w/ receipt, AMEX Serve, Chase Quickpay, Popmoney, Cash in the mail, Western Union, maybe Paypal if I can trust you, possibly other payments. No bank deposits though. I have a no-name bank, namely BMO Harris. Payment must be done up front with the exception of Bitcoin where you either pay up front or use an escrow. My prices are FIRM.

I have been on these forums for over 2 years and traded here and there both on the selling and buying sides, and have an extensive positive history in #bitcoin-otc as well as great eBay feedback for what it's worth, both of which are linked in my signature.

All pictures can be clicked for bigger versions.

Some items have had price drops. June 9, 2013
Added a malfunctioning 5970, 2 5870s, and a 5850. June 15, 2013
Price drops on 7970 GHz Edition, 7970's, Sapphire 5970, and 1200W Power supply. June 15, 2013
Price drops on 7970 GHz Edition, Visiontek 7970's, OEM Nonworking 5970, Sapphire 5870s, and OEM nonworking 5870. June 22, 2013
Added Sapphire, MSI, Visiontek, and Powercolor 7970s. Price drops on 7970 GHz Edition, Visiontek 7970's (AIB style PCB), OEM nonworking 5970, Sapphire 5870s, OEM nonworking 5870. June 26, 2013
Large price cuts on everything. June 28, 2013
Added 2x brand new HIS brand Radeon HD 7970. July 2, 2013
Added description/prices to 12x Radeon 5870, 12x Radeon 5970, and 16x Radeon 7970. July 7, 2013
Cleaned up thread more, added description on power supplies, risers, and power plug splitters. July 9, 2013
Price cuts on graphics cards. July 14, 2013
Price cuts on mostly everything. July 25, 2013
Added a deal for risers and pci-e plug splitters if you buy graphics cards from me. July 27, 2013
Price cuts on mostly everything. August 4, 2013
Couple more price cuts. August 25, 2013
More price cuts, added GTX 680's. September 11, 2013

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Sold items below

Sold item: XFX 6870, $115 + shipping on ebay. June 13
Sold item: Sapphire 5850, $135 + shipping on ebay. June 13
Sold item: Working OEM 5970, $375 + shipping on ebay. June 15
Sold item: Asus 5850, $125 + shipping on ebay. June 16
Sold item: 1x Sapphire 5970, $370 + shipping on ebay. June 20
Sold item: SPI Magna Pro Gold 1200 watt power supply, BTC1.475 to Morblias. June 21
Sold item: Broken OEM 5970, $160 + shipping on ebay. June 29
Sold item: 1x Sapphire 5870, $130 + shipping on ebay. June 30
Sold item: 1x Sapphire 5870, BTC1.321 to illpoet. June 30
Sold item: 2x MSI 7970, BTC6.812 to DIYftw. June 30
Sold item: Gigabyte 7970 GHz Edition, $340 + shipping on ebay. July 1
Sold items: 1x Visiontek 7970 AMD reference and 1x Sapphire 7970 AMD reference, $580 + shipping to sonikku13. July 3
Sold item: Broken OEM 5870, $60 + shipping on ebay. July 3
Sold item: 1x HIS 7970, $330 + shipping on ebay. July 4
Sold item: 1x Visiontek 7970 AIB reference, $305 + shipping on ebay. July 5
Sold items: 1x HIS 7970 Brand new, 2x Powercolor 7970, 1x MSI 890FXA-GD70 + Sempron 145 + 4GB RAM combo, 1x OCZ ZX 1250W power supply, 3x PCI-E 1x > 1x risers. $1130 + shipping to Blazedout419. July 5
Sold items: 1x MSI 890FXA-GD70 + Athlon II X2 255 + 4GB RAM combo and 1x Rosewill Lightning 1300W power supply, BTC4.156 to misternoodle. July 7
Sold item: 1x XFX 5870, $130 + shipping on ebay. July 8
Sold item: 1x OEM 7970, $320 + shipping on ebay. July 8
Sold item: 1x artifacting OEM 5970, $175 + shipping on ebay. July 9
Sold items: 1x HIS reference 5870, 1x ASUS reference 5870, $260 + shipping on ebay. 1x Sapphire artifacting 5970, $175 + shipping on ebay. July 11
Sold items: 1x OEM 7970, 2x Sapphire 7970, 1x Sapphire 5970, 1x broken OEM 5970 on ebay. July 15
Sold items: 1x Gigabyte 7970, 1x broken Sapphire 5970, 1x broken HIS 5970, 1x GeForce 650 Ti 2GB, 1x Visontek AIB 7970 on ebay. July 18
Sold items: 2x Sapphire 7970, 1x broken Powercolor 5970, 1x XFX 5870, 4x Reference Sapphire 5870, 1x nonref Sapphire 5870, 1x Sapphire Vapor-X 5870 on ebay. July 25
Sold items: 1x XFX 7970, 1x Gigabyte 7970, 1x OEM 7970, 3 risers, 3 pci-e power splitters, BTC9 to Philj. July 27
Sold item: 1x MSI 7970 OC on ebay. July 31
Sold items: 1x Powercolor AMD Ref, 1x Sapphire 5970 on ebay, 1x MSI 7970, 1x OEM 7970 privately sold for western union. August 8
Sold items: 1x OEM 7970, 1x Good Sapphire 5970 on ebay. August 12
Sold items: 42x PCI-E 1x risers, BTC0.52 to boozer, 1x Rosewill Lightning 1300W and 1 OEM 7970, $437 to Beaflag VonRathburg. August 15
Sold items: 2x Good 5970 to fabrizziop, BTC4.75. 1x Visiontek 7970 to MILF [2], BTC2.25.
Sold item: 1x OEM Geforce GTX 680 on ebay. September 16
Sold items: 2x Rosewill 1300w PSU's, 30x PCI-E power plug splitters to showtimex, BTC2.6. September 16
Sold items: 2x MSI Geforce GTX 680, 1x OEM 5970 on ebay, 2x HIS 5870 to Blazedout419

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XFX Radeon HD 6870, model HD-687A-ZHFC. 900/1050 clocks, 1120 shaders. Only tested with OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (presumed game stable). Have not mined on it. This is a fresh manufacturer RMA refurbish that I got back. I only plugged it in about a half hour to make sure it works. Card only. Asking $110 $105 + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 Xtreme, model 100282XTREME. 725/1000 clocks, 1440 shaders. The card passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable), and is bitcoin mining stable. This card comes with some accessories (VGA dongle, PCI_E to molex plugs, crossfire bridge, and a diamond 5850 manual and driver disc) and packed in a Diamond 5850 box. Couldn't find the original box. $125 $122.50 + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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OEM ATI Radeon HD 5970. 725/1000 clocks, 1600 x 2 shaders. The card is furmark and 3dmark 2011 stable, bitcoin mining stable, and in used condition. Card only, no accessories. I think this one has stock thermal paste. Also no scuffs/scrapes on this one. I am asking $345 plus shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Asus Radeon HD 5850, model EAH5850 DIRECTCU/2DIS/1GD5. 725/1000 clocks, 1440 shaders. The card passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable), and is bitcoin mining stable. Card only, no accessories included. Note this card requires an 8 pin and a 6 pin pci-e power plug and not the standard 2 x 6 pin. $115 + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Sapphire Technology ATI Radeon HD 5970. 725/1000 clocks, 1600 x 2 shaders. NOT voltage locked. The card is furmark and 3dmark 2011 stable, bitcoin mining stable, and in used condition. Card only, no accessories. It has fresh Shin-Etsu x23-7921 thermal paste and thermal pads on the VRM's as well as extra pads on the reverse side contacting the backplate in the general area of the VRMs. There are minor scuffs on the sticker for the plastic shroud and minor scratch on the backplate in the same area. I am asking $355 $345 $340 plus shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Sparkle (SPI) Magna Pro Gold 1200W 80PLUS GOLD Power supply. Single 12v rail design. Partially modular. http://www.sparklepower.com/pdf/R-FSP1200-50TGM.pdf. Comes complete with original box and all accessories. Has 24pin ATX, 2 x  8-pin CPU power, 8 x 6+2 PCI-E, 6 molex, 10 x SATA, 1 floppy, and 2 special fan connectors. Was used for about 2 months @ approx 80% capacity in a well circulated basement. Selling because I need MOAR POWER for 6 x 7970's so I changed it up for a Rosewill Lightning 1300W. Asking $160 $155 $150 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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OEM Radeon HD 5970. 725/1000 clocks, 1600 x 2 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. This card has problems. It has a new fan. The core and memory of both master and slave work fine. The only thing wrong with this is 2 of the 3 voltage regulator chips for the master GPU are dead, putting the remaining current through the last VRM. Sensors easily triple (or higher) the estimated current while idling and under load*. Putting a significant 3d or mining load on it at stock clocks and volts instantly freezes the computer. I was able to get the card to run furmark in full screen with 0.875 volts and 425MHz core and 1000MHz memory with no artifacting or crashes (I verify both cores were loaded by monitoring the amps of each core). It also mined at 0.85v 485MHz core on the master and 1v 855MHz on the slave. I tried baking this in the oven at 425F for 12 minutes, didn't fix it.
Card only, no accessories. $175 $170 $165 $150 or plus shipping. Fair offers will be considered.
This is SOLD!
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Sapphire Radeon HD 5870, model 100281-3SR. 850/1200 clocks, 1600 shaders. Not voltage locked. I have TWO of these. Both cards pass OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable), bitcoin mining stable, and in used condition. Card only, no accessories. $135 $130 $125 $118 or plus shipping.
This is SOLD!
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MSI Radeon HD 7970, model R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC. 1010/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. I have TWO of these. Passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable). Have not mined on it. I bought it shortly before I decided to stop adding GPU's to my GPU farm. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $325 $295 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition, model GV-R797TO-3GD. 1100/1500 clocks, 2048 shaders. LIKE NEW CONDITION. The card is game stable and mining stable. It's only been plugged in for about an hour to make sure it works in bitcoin mining and ran error free with OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $380 $375 $370 $360 $355 $350 $312 or plus shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Visiontek (Or OEM?) Radeon HD 7970, Unknown model. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable). Have not mined on it. I bought it shortly before I decided to stop adding GPU's to my GPU farm. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $320 $290 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Sapphire Radeon HD 7970, model 21197-00-40G. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable). Have not mined on it. I bought it shortly before I decided to stop adding GPU's to my GPU farm. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $320 $290 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!
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Dell?/OEM Radeon HD 5870. 850/1200 clocks, 1600 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. This card has problems. It does output video. It does successfully boot into Windows, and continues to boot successfully after driver is installed. The card even works (usually?) with OCCT:GPU:3D and Furmark, but presents with major artifacting or driver crashes when tested with 3DMark 2011. All 4 VRM chips seem to be healthy (not dead; no abnormally high spiking temperatures). The fan currently spins freely as well, but it has been oiled once in the past a few months back. A tiny access hole on the face of the fan has been created to allow re-oiling (It is beneath the black electrical tape). I have not reflowed this card. As it stands, I don't think this is suitable to game on. It might work fine if you want to bitcoin mine on this, but when plugged into a multi-GPU computer, it freezes the entire computer when put under load. When plugged in by itself, it mined fine for the couple minutes I tried it by itself. Maybe you can get this to work.
Card only, no accessories. $65 $60 $55 $52 or + shipping. Fair offers will be considered.
This is SOLD!
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HIS Radeon HD 7970, model H797F3G2M. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. BRAND NEW, UNOPENED. AIB Reference board. Not voltage locked. I have TWO of these. As these are unopened and brand new, I have not plugged them in to do my usual 3D stability tests. Obviously not mined on either. These were given to me as replacement for an RMA submitted a month earlier. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $300 or + shipping. Graphics card in these pictures was from my GPU farm. I did not open a the box and take the graphics card out. The accessories pictured are from an identical, already opened box.
This is SOLD!
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Visiontek Radeon HD 7970, model 900491. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AIB Reference board. Not voltage locked. I have TWO of these. Both cards pass OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable), and is bitcoin mining stable. One of them is a fresh RMA from manufacturer and recertified. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $340 $335 $325 $320 $310 $280 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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Sapphire Radeon HD 7970, model 21197-00-40G. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. If a card is marked with a *, it also consumed noticeably less power compared to my other 7970s that I tested, and in turn experienced lower temperatures. Card only, no accessories. $300/$290 $280 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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XFX Radeon HD 7970, model FX-797A-TNFC (Core Edition). 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. This card also consumed noticeably less power compared to my other 7970s that I tested, and in turn experienced lower temperatures, so I marked it with an *. Card only, no accessories. $300 $280 $275 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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Gigabyte Radeon HD 7970, model GV-R797D5-3GD-B. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. This card also consumed noticeably less power compared to my other 7970s that I tested, and in turn experienced lower temperatures, so I marked it with an *. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $300 $280 $275 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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MSI Radeon HD 7970 OC, model R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC. 1010/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. Card only, no accessories. $300 $280 $275 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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Powercolor Radeon HD 7970, model AX7970 3GBD5-M2DHG. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. Card only, no accessories. $290 $280 $275 $265 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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MSI Radeon HD 7970, model R7970-2PMD3GD5. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. Card only, no accessories. $290 $280 $275 $265 or + shipping
This is SOLD!.
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Lots of 1x > 1x risers, obviously used. They have had the side filed off so the data side is open ended to allow plugging in larger things such as graphics cards. These are electrically identical to 16x > 1x risers, just cheaper and easier to plug in / unplug. Some of these have a wire inserted to do a PCI-E presence short to force motherboards to detect graphics cards in case the motherboard doesn't normally detect it. These are loosely inserted and can be removed if you wish. $1.50 $1.30 each or equivalent in BTC + shipping. I'll cram as many as you want in a small flat rate box, or in a small box with first class shipping so long as its under 13 ounces. I also have a few of these still in the original packaging that are not open-ended. Same price. If you buy graphics cards from me, I will include up to 1 riser per graphics card bought if you want for FREE. Just remember to request it or you won't get one.
This is SOLD!.
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OEM Radeon HD 7970. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AMD Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was mined on for less than 2 months while undervolted to 1.05v, never hotter than 70C. This was 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. The fan also seems to be in good health (No rattling/squeaking/noises). It's been marked with its ASIC % and default voltage. If a card is marked with a *, it also consumed noticeably less power compared to my other 7970s that I tested, and in turn experienced lower temperatures. Card only, no accessories. $300/$290 $280 $275 $265 or + shipping
ALL SOLD!.
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Powercolor Radeon HD 7970, model AX7970 3GBD5-2DH. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AIB Reference board. Not voltage locked. Passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable). Have not mined on it. I bought it shortly before I decided to stop adding GPU's to my GPU farm. It however came with a dead fan header (fan did not spin, the 12v pin was dead). This was remedied by soldering a wire from a 12v pin on the PCI-E plug on the underside of the PCB to the 12v pin on the fan header. The fan now spins normally and adjusts RPM accordingly. I would have RMA'd this card, but it was missing the serial number sticker, so Powercolor was unable to do an RMA on this, and was unwilling to do a paid repair on it either. As such, this is out of warranty. The person that sold it to me said it was provided directly from AMD as part of last year's E3, so it might explain the lack of serial number. Card only, no accessories. $300 $270 $260 $255 $245 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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Visiontek Radeon HD 7970, model 900491. 925/1375 clocks, 2048 shaders. AIB Reference board. Not voltage locked. 3dmark 2011 benchmarked and passes OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled, no errors found (game stable), and is bitcoin mining stable. This is a fresh RMA from manufacturer and recertified. Comes complete with original box and accessories. $340 $335 $325 $320 $310 $280 $265 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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Approximately 30 used PCI-E power plug splitters. They accept a 6 pin PCI-E power plug and output 2x 6+2 pin PCI-E power plugs. I recommend these a LOT over using molex to PCI-E adapters, because molex can be very easily overloaded since its only 1x 12v wire and 2x grounds. With my splitters, you are taking 3x 12v wires and 3x grounds, creating less resistance and voltage droop for your graphics cards and creating less of a risk for melted molex wires and plugs. These are the same adapters. I am asking $2.25 $2.00 each or equivalent in BTC + shipping. Same as above; I'll cram as many as I can in a small flat rate box, or in a small box with first class shipping so long as its under 13 ounces. If you buy graphics cards from me, I will include up to 1 PCI-E power splitter per graphics card bought if you want for FREE. Just remember to request it or you won't get one.
This is SOLD!.
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TWO LEFT! Rosewill Lightning 1300 Watt ATX Power supply. Partially modular, Single 12v rail, 80 PLUS GOLD. Comes in original box with all cords. Has 1x 20+4 ATX plug, 1x 4+4 CPU plug, 1x 8 CPU plug, 8x 6+2 PCI-E plug, 10x SATA plugs, 10x 4-pin peripheral (molex) plugs, 2x floppy plugs. Easily powered my 8x 5k series Radeon GPU bitcoin mining computers as well as my 6x Radeon 7970 mining computers (The 7970 were undervolted to 1.05v and overclocked. 1400 watts at the wall. Power supply didn't break a sweat). $165 $160 $155 $150 each or each + shipping. Keep in mind that quality power supplies are HEAVY. Expect higher shipping costs. Can ship 1 in a medium flat rate box WITHOUT retail box if you want to save on shipping costs and don't want the original box.
This is SOLD!.
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OEM Geforce GTX 680 2GB. 1006/1502 clocks, 1536 shaders. NVIDIA Reference board. Not voltage locked. Was used in a triple SLI setup for light gaming for about 3 months. Selling because I've upgraded to GTX Titans. Comes with accessories shown. $260 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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ONE LEFT! Various Radeon HD 5970's, 725/1000 clocks, 1600 x 2 shaders. AMD Reference boards. Not voltage locked. Fans in all of them seem to be in good health. These were all 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011 and 5 minutes of full-screen furmark. I have 6 cards that I have marked "GOOD" that did not cause any artifacts/crashes/errors. The other 6 have working display output, boot into windows, driver installs successfully, and continue to boot into windows successfully afterwards. However, they have varying amounts of artifacting/crashing under 3D load but otherwise mine bitcoins fine. These were all mined on (SHA256) while undervolted to 1 volt and clocked anywhere from 735-795MHz for 682-738 MHash/sec per card. Cards only, no accessories. Cards marked "GOOD" are $300 $290 $275 $265 $250 $225 or each + shipping, and cards marked "Artifacts/crashes, mines fine" are $160 $155 or each + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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TWO LEFT! Various Radeon HD 5870's, 850/1200 clocks, 1600 shaders. Reference style coolers use reference boards, the others are non-reference. All of them are not voltage locked. Fans in all of them seem to be in good health, and they were all 3D tested with a benchmark of 3Dmark 2011, 5 minutes of furmark, and 5 minutes of OCCT:GPU:3D with error checking enabled. I did not notice any artifacts/crashes/errors. These were all mined on (SHA256) while undervolted to 1 volt and clocked anywhere from 785-905MHz for 364-420 MHash/sec. Cards only, no accessories (except for one HIS non-reference. I still have the original box for it). $120 $115 $110 $105 $90 or each + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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MSI Geforce GTX 680 2GB, model N680GTX-PM2D2GD5. 1006/1502 clocks, 1536 shaders. NVIDIA Reference board. Not voltage locked. I have TWO of these. Was used in a triple SLI setup for light gaming for about 3 months. Selling because I've upgraded to GTX Titans. Comes complete with original box and all accessories shown. $270 or + shipping.
This is SOLD!.
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