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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] XFX 7850 1GB on: May 23, 2013, 03:43:56 AM
I have an XFX 7850 1Gig  that was an RMA replacement for a thrashed 5850 (mined with).

This card was plugged in and used for about a week (*no mining) as I had multiple RMAs coming back and this 7850 is one I decided I did not need.

You can see I have done other transactions (mostly video cards) here successfully and I would prefer not to escrow (never have) but will if I have to.

120usd in btc (mtgox weighted average) shipped via USPS flat rate medium box promptly upon payment.

2  Economy / Computer hardware / VaporX 5870 440mh+ 80usd on: January 17, 2013, 06:45:18 PM
I have not been steadily GPU mining for quite some time.  I used this card while I was RMA ing another card and I did experience some issues with Win 7 and I played CS:GO often and it would sometimes crash. However this card mines like a champ as shown I had been stress testing it with the settings shown for about a week. The non-reference fan is strong and not making noise.

Would like to get 80$ in BTC for it plus 10$ in shipping (USPS flat rate priority). Would prefer no hassle, previous transactions ok. Will escrow if absolutely nesscicary but perfer not to.

Screenshot is using phoenix 1.75 @
phoenix.exe -u ~~~~~~ -k phatk2 -q2 DEVICE=0 worksize=256 VECTORS BFI_INT AGGRESSION=14 fastloop=false -v


3  Economy / Computer hardware / [Sold] XFX 5850 (2) on: November 08, 2012, 10:28:00 PM
I had not used these since March. Tested both of these cards by mining with them over the last week, 1 of the fans made some noise when I started it up but it stopped after a min and has not made it again so it may not be an issue but I would watch. When I was mining with these I set them to 850/300 and I got around 350Mh, that was where they were stable for me (as long as they were not the display GPU then I would have to clock it a bit lower)

Would take 120USD for the pair or 60 USD each (in btc of course) +shipping. Will escrow if needed.

I think I can get both of these in a USPS flat rate medium box (10usd)

I know they go for more on eBay but I would prefer to sell them to people who understand how they were used.

4  Economy / Computer hardware / [FS] 3X Koolance VID-AR587 (5850/70 refrence) Waterblocks on: April 30, 2012, 08:14:14 PM
I purchased three Koolance VID-AR587  58XX used water blocks a while back for a project and now I am not going to use them.  I donít know much about them I bought them off eBay on a whim but never used them. These are for reference models.

Two blocks with the block out inserts (nothing else included). 30$ each in btc shipped USPS flat priority rate to the US only.

One is a black sheep and has a nozzel with a cap that screws over it and one normal block off insert. It is also missing one of the threaded nuts that the back plate screws into (nothing else included). 25$ in btc shipped USPS flat priority rate to the US only.

5  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] 2 or more AMD stock heat sinks W/ Copper pipes. on: March 20, 2012, 07:49:28 PM
I am looking for stock AMD heat sinks that have the strip of copper at the base and connected to 4 copper pipes with aluminum fins. There are two versions of this that I have seen. One version that has like enlarged ears on the corners of the copper base and one is a standard rectangle. I am looking for the ones that are just a standard rectangle as shown in the pics here:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004DR2TDC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&m=A1H9NMCPZH97BO


I only need these for the heat sink.. I donít care about the fan or the thermal goo. As long as they are not mangled I will take them. Would prefer to by many from one person to save on shipping costs and somebody probably has these lying around Ö I know I had 2.
6  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS]Asus Vento 3600 case on: March 04, 2012, 09:29:33 PM
Asus Vento case here.  
Older (2006/7 I think) I got it because I could not find an Ailienware case like I wanted and this one was pretty cool. I have since switched to an awesome desk that has a 10U rack built in so I no longer use this case.  It has a few scratches on it (shown in the picture with the side vent) and the drive bay lid latch was designed pretty poorly so I took it off and then lost it along with the cable management thing that went in the back that was always in the way. Whenever I went to a lan party it was always a topic of conversation not that it was the reason I bought it. Would prefer to hand off but I would ship it with the buyer paying shipping (US only). I had setup a search on eBay to try to find my missing parts but they are coming up very rarely now. Was thinking 50USD +shiping in BTC Or local chicagoland exchange if possible.

Oh, it is black. Will post pics after I setup my phone.



http://hothardware.com/Reviews/Asus-Vento-3600/
http://www.pcplanetsystems.com/abc/product_details.php?category_id=73&item_id=235
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811173003
7  Economy / Goods / [WTS]Poweredge 2650 /Part Out ĖChicago area on: January 29, 2012, 05:21:01 AM
   
I have had this for the last few years but only used it as an ESXi server for a few weeks and never did anythign else with it.  Would prefer just to get rid of it locally to somebody who can use it for a fair price otherwise I will just part it out (mainly for the drives).

2 X 3.2ghz Xeon
12GB Ram (6 X 2G Dimms)
4 X  146GB 10kRpm SCSI 320
PERC3 Raid controller.
Redundant 500w power supplies
Rackmount (No rails)

I was thinking 200$ in BTC if anyone is intrested
8  Other / Obsolete (selling) / [Selling] Dirt 2 code for 1 btc on: May 31, 2011, 02:26:56 PM
Just sold 4 shogun codes, looking to get rid of this dirt code as well. 1BTC
9  Other / Obsolete (selling) / **Sold**Shogun 2 Steam keys (1 left) -2BTC on: May 29, 2011, 01:37:08 AM
I received four Shogun 2 steam activation cards from recent video card purchases.  Looking for 2BTC each.
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