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June 06, 2011, 11:18:26 PM
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"This heres a story about billy joe and bobbie sue
Two young lovers with nothin better to do
Than sit around the house, get high, and watch the tube
And here is what happened when they decided to cut loose

They headed down to, ooh, old el paso
That's where they ran into a great big hassle
Billy joe shot a man while robbing his castle
Bobbie sue took the money and run

Go on take the money and run
Go on take the money and run
Go on take the money and run
Go on take the money and run"

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Wow honestly would I take 1400$ and run when I could make 140k with bitcoins?
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June 06, 2011, 11:19:19 PM
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My setup will have over 15 ghash and no i think im pretty early considering that this is brand new and most people do not even know what a bitcoin is.

It will require semi-professional planning though, even if you run it in some basement.

I have max. capacity 16ghash/s and already down by 2 due to random hardware failures and waiting for RMA's.
Failures do happen statistically even if your operation is perfect (clean 80+gold PSU's, well ventilated, etc.)

Every day a part of the system is down you lose money. So a faulty ram stick or DOA gpu can become very expensive over 24 hours.

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June 06, 2011, 11:23:14 PM
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My setup will have over 15 ghash and no i think im pretty early considering that this is brand new and most people do not even know what a bitcoin is.

It will require semi-professional planning though, even if you run it in some basement.

I have max. capacity 16ghash/s and already down by 2 due to random hardware failures and waiting for RMA's.
Failures do happen statistically even if your operation is perfect (clean 80+gold PSU's, well ventilated, etc.)

Every day a part of the system is down you lose money. So a faulty ram stick or DOA gpu can become very expensive over 24 hours.
I meant to say 1.5 to 3 g/hash per second not 15 do not have that much money lol.  As for the loan please someone help me out.
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June 06, 2011, 11:35:39 PM
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My setup will have over 15 ghash and no i think im pretty early considering that this is brand new and most people do not even know what a bitcoin is.

It will require semi-professional planning though, even if you run it in some basement.

I have max. capacity 16ghash/s and already down by 2 due to random hardware failures and waiting for RMA's.
Failures do happen statistically even if your operation is perfect (clean 80+gold PSU's, well ventilated, etc.)

Every day a part of the system is down you lose money. So a faulty ram stick or DOA gpu can become very expensive over 24 hours.
I meant to say 1.5 to 3 g/hash per second not 15 do not have that much money lol.  As for the loan please someone help me out.

just buy what you can afford. In this stage, even .5/day is pretty good. I just bought two 5830's that should get be around 200-300mh/s a pop. Probably closer to 250 or so but still. 500mh/s is pretty good to start with.

OR you can do another thing - just buy BTC and hold onto them for later.

If you can't afford it... you can't afford it Wink
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June 07, 2011, 12:06:45 AM
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Yeah i guess.
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June 07, 2011, 02:27:45 AM
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Anyone want to invest?
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