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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] R9 290 and 290x TRI-X, ASUS R9 290 and MSI GAMING R9 290x on: March 29, 2014, 10:38:53 PM

Escrow to be done by or other trusted party. Buyer pays for escrow. I will ship via USPS priority mail at my expense.

I am offering for sale:

5x r9 290 by Asus. Currently running with Stilt 1.225V bios. Since it's too hot in my apartment, they are running at 940/1400 getting 850khash.  They will get a minimum of 900khash each with proper cooling and voltage adjustments--$450.00 each in btc or ltc;

6x sapphire tri-x 290s running on stock bios. They will get a minimum of 950khash each with proper cooling @ 1072/1500 with voltage increase of 62-68mV. Have been running stable like this for over a month--$480.00 in btc or ltc.

5x sapphire tri-x 290x running on stilt 1.2375V bios. They are in a linux platform. Without any voltage increase they will get a minumum of 990khash. Some go to 1.0mhash--$600 each in btc or ltc.

2x msi gaming 290x running on stilt 1.2375V bios. They will run at around 960khash with a voltage increase of 50mV and proper cooling.  One card has two blades chipped off because I got my hand in the wrong place at the wrong time, but does not affect its cooling ability. $525 for the chipped card and $550 for the non-chipped in btc or ltc.

I also have various risers, z87-gd65, cpu, ram, power supplies available if interested--market price - 15%.

Sold AS-IS. Any claim for DOA will have to be handled through carrier's insurance which will be provided by me. No warranty or returns.

More Detailed Pictures available on request.  I do have some positive feedback on under InfiniTcell.

Thanks for viewing.

2  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS October Jupiter [Sold] on: December 12, 2013, 01:14:42 AM
Hi, I'm looking for a face to face deal within the Continental US, hopefully not far away from the midwest.

The unit does have a die 0 problem, but otherwise hashes away great at 515GH/s and uses approximately 650 watts at the wall.  Power supply is an AX860 by Corsair. I would prefer to keep it if you have your own.

The unit is still under warranty and can be RMA'd with knc's prepaid labels.

I'll take 14.5k/bitstamp offer in btc at the time of the trade. Credit of 175 USD if you don't want the power supply.

Additionally, I may be able to hook you up with an additional November Jupiter that's running perfectly if you want to buy both at once. But, I can't sell that standalone, and I'm not sure what the seller wants for price. (sold)

I will NOT escrow unless you have glowing feedback. Buyer pays escrow. Seller will pay overnight shipping via fedex or UPS.

In person transaction highly, and i mean highly preferred.

3  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB btc, USA in person cash transaction -- BULK on: December 07, 2013, 09:06:16 PM
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Cash in hand. In person transaction to most places in continental USA. I am available beginning 12/13/2014

Due to the amount I wish to purchase, I will only communicate using PGP.

Price will be negotiable based on time and market performance. Will meet at a bank only.

Use my public key to encrypt your message to me:

I will not respond to open text in the forum, unless it's of extremely general nature.
Version: GnuPG v2.0.21 (MingW32)

4  Other / Off-topic / Please help me test encrypted communication. Thanks! :) on: September 24, 2013, 02:02:47 AM
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So, I'm pretty new to using encrypted communication.  Would someone please encrypt a message to me using my public key with your public key and I can send a message back to you that is encrypted for you?
Version: GnuPG v2.0.21 (MingW32)

5  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS BFL 60GH SC in hand on: September 21, 2013, 06:13:42 PM
13.75 BTC shipped to continental US through USPS 2 day, escrow through John K. for people with some rep.

Can provide pictures, screenshots and further information upon request.

Hashing away at 59.49 GH (long average) on cgminer. A true 60GH device.

Box dimensions are 12in x 12in x 6in with A weight of about 8 Lbs (3.6Kg)(overestimate on weight).


Here are some pictures:

6  Economy / Goods / WTS MTG Cards (World Wake to Mirrodin Beseiged) Jace, TMS, Sac Lands and More on: September 04, 2012, 06:45:32 AM

Many MTG cards for sale. All NM/M unless otherwise noted.

I have many uncommons and commons from these sets. If you want something, let me know. This is just a partial list of what I have. I have other rares. PM and I can look to see if I have it.

Shipping will be 0.3 BTC for USPS shipping with delivery confirmation, 0.6 BTC for priority mail and 0.9 BTC with insurance for orders over 4 BTC.

I will send first to established members with good reputation. Escrow is a possibility, but buyer pays any associated escrow fees.  Thanks for looking.

I have 4x Jace, The Mind Sculptor for sale
3x NM/M -- pretty much pristine condition. Played lightly in sleeves. 6 BTC ea.
1z VF/NM -- played lightly, but has a very tiny, hardly noticable chip on the edge. 5 BTC

Sac Lands
6x Arid Mesa - 1 BTC each
4x Marsh Flats - 1 BTC each
4x Scalding Tarn - 1.6 BTC each
1x Misty Rainforest - 1.6 BTC

4x Seachrome Coast - 0.6 BTC each
4x Glacial Fortress - 0.25 BTC each
4x Celestial Colonnade - 0.15 BTC each

3x Sword of Feast and Famine - 1.6 BTC each
1x Sword of Body and Mind - 0.8 BTC
1x Bonehoard - 0.02 BTC
1x Sword of Vengeance - 0.1 BTC

3x Gideon Jura - 0.6 BTC ea

4x Stoneforge Mystic - 0.7 BTC ea
3x Hero of Oxid Ridge - 0.1 BTC each
4x Goblin Guide - 0.5 BTC each
1x Baneslayer - 0.65 BTC
4x Sun Titan - 0.4 BTC

Day of Judgment Full art Foil Promo - 0.5 BTC
5x Day of Judgment (Zendikar) - 0.2 BTC
1x Day of Judgment (M11 Japanese) - 0.3 BTC

7  Other / Beginners & Help / ASIC manufacturers for hash verification on: September 02, 2012, 05:02:06 AM

The wave of the future is Application Specific Integrated Circuit for this mining business.  I know Butterfly labs has quite the promised specs.

Also, i see some startups on GLBSE one of them is in China
Bitfountain/ASIC miner

Does anyone know any others that might be good?

Thanks in advance.
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