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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Minerdude 9 Card Riserless System * Just Add Cards! * IN USA * NO TARIFFS! on: August 27, 2019, 08:18:27 PM
Finally Live!  Tongue

Our cases are in, we have Barebones (just add video card units), prebuilt P104 8GB and RX470 8GB ready to host with us of send to you directly!

If you host with us, we will get you up and running within a day!


CPU: Intel 3855u Low Voltage
CHASSIS: 9 GPU (max 5CM thickness, 31CM length), 3 high speed fans
POWER SUPPLY: 1800W 1U 200-250V ONLY!!
1 year warranty on case and parts
90 day on video cards (if you choose to buy those)
200-240V ONLY this batch!

$799 or check our site for populated options.

Batch 2 will be 110-240 but not available until End Oct/Nov.

Welcome to Minerdude Video! -

BAREBONE Build Video -

RX470 Unit Video -

P104 Video - Video Not Ready Yet

Voskcoin Review! -

Order on our site, ships within a day max two. (Mon - Fri)

2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] [USA] SOLD - I'll delete in 24 hours on: June 26, 2019, 10:24:21 AM
3  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS Assortment Motherboards - Memory - CPU - ETC on: June 21, 2019, 03:37:05 PM
All Brand new in boxes and in the USA.  Price is the price if you don't like it then don't buy it.  CHECK MINIMUM ORDER QTY (MOQ) AS WELL PLEASE - MAKE SURE you pay attention to the types as some cpu don't fit MB, Ram don't fit MB etc.  I will keep thread updated and current.  Wire, BTC, LTC, ETH are all fine.  Thanks =)

WTS: Biostar TB250-BTC PRO
Brand new, 13 Slot, LGA 1151
27 x USA stock.
MOQ 10 (case)
$55 each + shipping

WTS: Biostar TB85
Brand new, 6 Slot, LGA 1150
76 x USA stock.
MOQ 10 (case)
$50 each + shipping

WTS: Asrock Z97 Extreme4
Brand new, 6 Slot, LGA 1150
20 x USA stock.
MOQ 10 (case)
$125 each + shipping

WTS: Intel Celeron G3930
Brand new, 2.9 Ghz , LGA 1151
82 x USA stock.
MOQ 10 (case)
$50 each + shipping

WTS: Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 7
Brand new, 6 Slot, LGA 1151
64 x USA stock.
MOQ 8 (case)
$150 each + shipping

WTS: EVGA Gold GQ-1000-V1
1000 Watt Power Supply
Brand new
20 x USA stock.
MOQ 4 (case)
$100 each + shipping

WTS: Kingston KVR16N11/8 Brand New
8GB DDR3 1600MHz PC3-12800 240 Pin
75 x USA stock.
MOQ 10 (25 per case)
$30 each + shipping
4  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS: Panda Miner B3 Pro Miner - Brand New - 8 x RX470 - 230 MH/s on: May 15, 2019, 06:42:27 PM
WTS: Panda Miner B3 Pro Miner, brand new, 38 8 x USA stock.  (One opened for pictures)

230 MH/s @ 1300W (Bios mods can drop this to 1050-1100 THESE ARE STOCK THOUGH)
8 x AMD RX470 4GB
4GB Ram
64GB mSata
heatsink cooling, no risers, Windows OS (you prob want to use SMOS or something else if it was me anyway).
New 1800 Watt PS (180-240V) included.

 $1,000 + shipping

I am well known here on boards, but if you like to do escrow you may at your expense with philipma1957.

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / BEAM - 9th Jan 2019 - Critical Vulnerability found in Wallet on: January 10, 2019, 01:42:37 PM
Link here:

Small snipit from article:

Our Dev. Team discovered a Critical Vulnerability in Beam Wallet on January 9th, 2019, at 08:20 PM (GMT).

The vulnerability affects all previously released Beam Wallets both Desktop and CLI.

So far, we are not aware of Beam’s users being affected by this vulnerability.

We are working with various providers in the ecosystem to upgrade their systems.

    The vulnerability has been fixed immediately
    Updated binaries can be downloaded from the website and the website only
    Please do not use wallets built from Source Code since the Vulnerability Fix was not committed to a public branch to avoid disclosure

The fun begins!

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Bitmain rumor says 740 Mil - Q3 Loss on: December 09, 2018, 04:09:05 PM
If so ROFL.  How the mighty have fallen and might not survive.  This tariff stuff just killed USA purchases I'm sure then coupled with this massive slide, wow.  a 52$ LTC miner will make nothing and cost you about 130 - 140$ to get with tariff and shipping.  Also the lawsuit just placed about hijacking BCH / BTHABC thing.  That probably won't hold water but still with regulations coming, this might be an issue.  It's still the wild west, but its quickly getting tamed.  The golden days of mining will not be back but I think there is still a great mining upside in the future,.... just not 1000% a day.

Mine on!
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / ETH Hash seems about same but... on: August 13, 2018, 03:07:41 PM
Did they implement an award reduction or something that I don't know about.  I know price has dropped but I have the same hash and for the past week lost like 20% coin production.  I have been looking at difficulty and it has actually dropped from what I can see, and hash rate is pretty stable now.  Any idea?  Or am I just a tard reading difficulty and hash wrong.


8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / A Man, A Dream and a 4MW Facility. My journey setting this badboy up on: July 31, 2018, 04:18:54 PM
Hello community!

I have been mining for years now.  Like many, this started as a hobby.  I'm an IT guy that owns a small consulting company and a HVAC company (long story) and do pretty decent for myself.  I'm not loaded, but I live nicely (My wife has a spectacular job as well is why LOL)  Anyway about 2 years ago during a stretch of hard time in the crypto industry where machines were making 2-3$ day, I spoke to my wife and decided to risk it and bet long on crypto.  The reason in my mind was price.  I could get equipment at a reasonable price not like last year when everything went nuts.  I went from 1 machine to test to 20 quickly, then after the talk flew to china to meet with mfg's and see about getting hundreds.  Great city Shenzhen is by the way visit if you ever get the chance.  Mfg as we all know now and i did not know back then, is that most Chinese companies are total scum bag greedy bastards.  They will sell you out for the same amount of dollars if the other party is Chinese.  They take care of their own first, admirable i guess, and if there is any scraps left then you can have those, normally at a higher price than what you agreed upon.  Met with a few, lost some money on one or two and finally got one that worked well.

In May of 2017 I entered into an agreement with a hosting company up north for 250kw of power.  Great bunch of guys I am proud to call friends now.  I had full use of facility and was their biggest client taking 1/4 of their power.  This July I finally completed and moved out into my facility.  

At the end of 2017 and along with my wife's support, since she is the only breadwinner (hodl the crypto!) at this point because I went all in on crypto, I began the search for a building that I could put in a crap ton of power.  It's not as easy as one would think by the way!  It took months of talking to electric delivery and cities because of regulations, taxes, incentives and all that fun stuff.  I purchased a building and began my quest to build a mining facility that I can have for myself and rent out space once complete.  My major focus was having something I can call mine, but do it in a way that I can automate it so I don't have to be at the location 24/7 to manage it.  Mid July 2018, my 4 megawatt 43,000 square foot facility was pretty much ready.  There were many road blocks and turns to get to this point but it was all worth it.  I use about 1 megawatt for me.  I'm mainly a GPU guy but have 50-60 asics.    I have 20 security cameras on the outside and a bunch on the inside.  I am in the process of adding magnetic locks for keypad entry.  I fully gutted the offices and made them in my image.  I went ahead and purchased warehouse racks and took advantage of the height in here.  Being an HVAC guy I know that cooling at this magnitude is just cost prohibitive so I went with major ventilation.  Every 2 mw hot isle has 3 - 60,000 cfm up-blast exhaust fans running.  1 and a half can do the job but just in case I have a catastrophic fan failure I have a spare.  I have all metered and switched CDU so that I can remotely reboot any machine I want.  I am fed from two substations with switches on either side of my building just in case there is a fault at the power company the switch will kill that feed so I can continue on the other.  I have the ok from the power company and the city to go to 12 mw if I ever wanted too.  I have the space and I might do that some day =)

I did not cheap out on anything other than the obvious, cooling.  I made this right because I made it for me.  Even if I don't rent out a single kw, i'll be happy because I know in my heart this was done the way I wanted it and what most people would dream about.  I'm like the hair club for men guy, I'm not just the president, I'm also a member!  

Looking at the pictures below really don't do justice to the enormity of this thing and the cost.  Everything is expensive at this level of electricity.  Cable is triple what I thought it would be for example.  

Location obviously not disclosed. It is in Northern USA

Anyway, enough of my ranting here are some pictures and ask questions i'll be more than happy to answer.  Please be patient though as this facility is still taking most of my time.


My washer was ready but drier was not so i put my clothes on racks behind units to dry =)

Big Ass Steaks first day units came online!

Pipes Being Laid (8 x 4 inch per 2MW)

Pads & Containment Ready! (6K per Pad Cost)

Poles Set!

Transformer Set!

On with first 2MW!

300Kva PDU x 6 for fist 2 MW

First 18 Machines on OMGz!

Few more machines up.  About 600 or so.

Ventilation for massive fans (need more btw)

Giant Ass Fans 6ft x 6ft



All Electrical:

All Fans & Ventilation:

All Digging

All Pads:

All Poles:

All Racks:

All Building:

9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / ETH Network or Flypool on: July 06, 2018, 01:04:29 PM
I just lost like 5gh but all my machines are running.  Also stale shares went up to 10% plus.  Anyone else having this issue? 
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / ETH Ethereum Iceage ..... Thoughts? on: June 19, 2018, 11:59:35 AM

You Selling?

You Staying?

Casper I don't think is done right?

You think it will fork?

Can you become a Master Node and how much you think it is?

If indeed it's coming and is super close to going to .6 ETH from 3 ETH you think ETH will shoot up or you think most will jump ship to equihash type algo for nvidia and prob Monero for AMD.  Thoughts?

Also since ETH has been deemed not a security by SEC people are speculating ETH futures lilke BTC has now.  You think this will happen.

I personally think its gonna rise and I will hold, I'm not sure about mine because it might be crap profit.  If I mine whats most profitable i'll probably convert to BTC or ETH tho.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / iBeLink just released the DSM6T Blake256 - 6 TH on: June 08, 2018, 12:34:43 PM
They have always built heavy duty boxes.  I won't buy one but maybe some of you already have?

Email I just got 5 min ago:

iBeLink is pleased to announce our new Blake256 miner. The iBeLink™ DSM6T is now available at our website. The shipping date is Jun 20, 2018 to Jun 25, 2018. The new iBeLink™ DSM6T has the following specifications: Hash Rate: 6 TH/s ±5%. Power Consumption: 2100 W ±5% (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp).

Please check our Homepage and FAQ for the newest information updates. All of your questions should be answered there.

Best Regards,
iBeLink Team
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Damnit Microsoft.... MS acquires Github on: June 05, 2018, 01:53:14 PM
Microsoft acquires Github - Thanks for fooking up another company in advance!
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / SO MSI Just Sent Me This...... MSI Getting into Rig Building on: May 16, 2018, 05:43:00 PM
I guess MSI is going to start building units.  No price yet should be end of month.

14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Titan XP Testing so far just got it... LUKE I AM YOUR MINER on: January 23, 2018, 10:43:28 PM
Just got in the Jedi Titan XP rofl.  I sold my vegas and bought these about same price so more testing coming as I got 7.  So far its like a 1080Ti but I have not messed with it much YET!

More pictures soon but here is a few LOL  they do look cool I must confess.

I have all 7 Running.  Have not messed with TDP yet.

Messing with TDP atm and still a lot of dialing in

ETH -200 Core +400 Mem TDP 80 Fan 70= 283 Mhs  = 1570Watts

ZEC +200 Core +650 Mem TDP 80 Fan 70 = 5300 Sol = 1570Watts

15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / I Realized something today... on: December 30, 2017, 08:45:53 PM
I just realized something today... we are all a bunch of dicks!  Myself included lol.  Probably because of the mass influx of noobs asking the same damn question over and over, but still!  My new years resolution is to be less of a dick!  I'll break it day 1 but I'll try!    Tongue
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / WTF !!! Ripple unseated ETH as 2nd on: December 29, 2017, 09:09:36 PM
You see this crap!  Anyway I love mining and have a bunch of ETH but holy crap.  I could 2K ripple at .23 cents like 2 weeks ago...

Back to changing out my units to 4U cases =P
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Happy Thanksgiving All! on: November 23, 2017, 05:26:41 PM
Happy thanksgiving everyone!  Been a crazy ride this year and I'm grateful to be on it still!   Tongue
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Claymore - Zec Windows Nvidia on: October 31, 2017, 12:38:58 PM
Will you ever make your software Nvidia / Zec compatible in windows?  Are you under obligation not to do it I guess?  Just curious.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Well it happened 1070Ti on: October 26, 2017, 01:15:03 PM

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti DirectX 12 08G-P4-5671-KR 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card

ASUS ROG GeForce GTX 1070 Ti STRIX-GTX1070TI-A8G-GAMING 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready Video Card

20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Interesting Coinbase Email on BTC2x and BTCG on: October 25, 2017, 05:45:44 PM
We wanted to give you an update on two upcoming Bitcoin forks—Bitcoin Segwit2x and Bitcoin Gold. You can read more about what a digital currency fork is here see our prior update here .

We operate by the principle that our customers should benefit to the greatest extent possible from hard forks or other unexpected events. This is essential in our mission to make Coinbase the most trusted, safe, and easy-to-use digital currency exchange.

Bitcoin Segwit2x

The Bitcoin Segwit2x fork is projected to take place on November 16th and will result in two bitcoin blockchains. Following the fork, Coinbase will continue referring to the current bitcoin blockchain as Bitcoin and the forked blockchain as Bitcoin2x.

Any customer with a Bitcoin balance on Coinbase at the time of the fork will be credited with an equal amount of the Bitcoin2x asset on the Bitcoin2x blockchain. No action is required—we will automatically credit your account. So, if you have 5 Bitcoin stored on Coinbase before the fork; you will have 5 Bitcoin and 5 Bitcoin2x following the event.

For more information about Bitcoin2x please see our FAQ page our blog post for a detailed timeline of events.

Bitcoin Gold

The Bitcoin Gold fork occurred on October 23rd. Information about this fork has been limited and there are concerns about its security and stability. As a result, we do not believe it is safe to allow support for Bitcoin Gold at this time. If the blockchain proves to be secure and valuable, Coinbase may choose to support it.

For more information about Bitcoin Gold please see our FAQ page

Over the coming weeks, we will keep you updated on this event through our blog, status page and twitter.

Thank you,
Coinbase Team
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