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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 3x S5, S4, SP20E with PSUs on: September 26, 2016, 11:52:00 PM
Getting rid of my mining gear located in the CA, US and am only shipping to the lower 48.  It's been a while since I've checked prices so just make an offer on what you want, priority will be given to buyers who want more items or want both the miner with the PSU.  Send offers via PM.  All miners have been kept in a datacenter and are hashing within spec.  Escrow through OGNasty if you want, buyer pays.

3x Antminer S5, one needs to be reset about once every 10 days because it stops hashing at full rate
3X Dell 2850 PSU with breakout boards and a set of 4 PCI-E cables (12 cables total)

1x Spondoolies SP20E, I run it at 1.4T to save power
1x HP Common Slot 1200W PSU with breakout board and a set of 4 PCI-E cables

1x Antminer S4

pictures -
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Antminer S4 rack mount ears on: September 14, 2015, 03:52:19 PM
I am looking to buy a pair of Antminer S4 rack mount ears, perhaps you have some that you aren't using?  I am located in the US.  $5 should be enough to cover shipping?
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 750W PSUs and 16AWG PCIE cables on: June 09, 2015, 10:53:12 PM
I have some PSUs and cables for sale, I figure I won't be tempted to buy more miners if I get rid of these PSUs  Smiley.  I am a newer member on this forum but can provide a reference on another forum or ebay if that helps.  Escrow is welcome through OGNasty or Tomoatocage, you arrange and pay.  All prices are OBO shipped to the lower 48, will not ship outside the US.

SOLD $50 - Corsair CX750M - only two PCIE cables (4 connections total) are included, perfect for an underclocked SP20, S5, or S3

SOLD $70 - Coolermaster G750M - brand new and factory sealed

SOLD $10 - 4x 16AWG PCIE cables 24" long
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling BTC for Paypal received as Goods/Services on: May 11, 2015, 11:36:36 PM
Mod:  Please move this if I posted to the wrong sub forum.

I'm new to BTC and see a good number of ads on LBC for people buying BTC for Paypal (sent as payment for goods/services) at slightly higher than market rate.  How much risk is associated with this?  Some of these sellers have 100% feedback and 1k+ confirmed trades.  

I am aware of the whole charge back issue with Paypal MC cards purchased with CC.  Does the same principle apply here?
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