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November 21, 2015, 02:59:57 PM
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For sale:
Dell HP-P2507FWP 250W : $30 shipped
Corsair CX430 : $30 shipped
Thermaltake TR2 500W : $40 shipped

US shipping only.
Payable in BTC to : 1MiNeRuXhQiA1FMvvk7kbtjPFyPFZsTTN5
Payable in $$$  to : paypal address will be sent in PM
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November 21, 2015, 03:57:36 PM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.


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November 21, 2015, 04:14:58 PM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.

Both the Corsair and Thermaltake have 2 PCI-E connector....enough to run a miner that uses this amount of power.

And the Dell is not intended for mining. There is no mention of these even being used for that purpose.

Thanks for looking.

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November 21, 2015, 07:57:41 PM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.



You're right, to be honest, also in term of efficiency, but people come here to buy or sell computer components too, so maybe someone on a tight budget to build a PC would grab one. In that case it would not be a bad idea at all.

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November 21, 2015, 08:00:14 PM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.



You're right, to be honest, also in term of efficiency, but people come here to buy or sell computer components too, so maybe someone on a tight budget to build a PC would grab one. In that case it would not be a bad idea at all.

That's where I got the Dell PSU. It from a strip-down from an old computer. Lots of good parts - RAM, PSU, fans, heatsink, CPU, etc....

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November 22, 2015, 12:19:01 AM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.



You're right, to be honest, also in term of efficiency, but people come here to buy or sell computer components too, so maybe someone on a tight budget to build a PC would grab one. In that case it would not be a bad idea at all.

Its still a little too much.

You can get that that Thermaletake for $16 from Amazon if you are in the USA.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153165&cm_re=Thermaltake_TR2_500W-_-17-153-165-_-Product

The Corsair you can buy brand new for $40.


I had both those PSUs and I think I gave one away for free with a GPU and another I sold for $20.



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November 22, 2015, 12:28:37 AM
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I don't think you will ever get a sale here honestly. Those PSUs arent for mining. The Corsair and Thermaltake don't even have enough PCIe connectors.
The generic Dell looking one can never be used for mining.

I had similar PSUs as these in my GPU mining days. I just sold them on Craigslist for like $20-30.



You're right, to be honest, also in term of efficiency, but people come here to buy or sell computer components too, so maybe someone on a tight budget to build a PC would grab one. In that case it would not be a bad idea at all.

Its still a little too much.

You can get that that Thermaletake for $16 from Amazon if you are in the USA.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153165&cm_re=Thermaltake_TR2_500W-_-17-153-165-_-Product

The Corsair you can buy brand new for $40.

I had both those PSUs and I think I gave one away for free with a GPU and another I sold for $20.


Good for you.

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