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June 08, 2011, 10:43:02 PM
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So I bought one of these with the intentions of mining the hell out of some bitcoins - but I never really got in to the whole thing like I thought I would.

I have a practically new C2050 that's run for maybe 40 hours TOTAL.


If anyone is interested get in touch - I'm trying to avoid listing on eBay so I don't get killed by the fees.

If you'd like, I'm happy to list the item on eBay so you can view my history and see I'm not some scammer and handle the transaction separately.



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June 08, 2011, 10:44:27 PM
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So I bought one of these with the intentions of mining the hell out of some bitcoins - but I never really got in to the whole thing like I thought I would.

I have a practically new C2050 that's run for maybe 40 hours TOTAL.


If anyone is interested get in touch - I'm trying to avoid listing on eBay so I don't get killed by the fees.

If you'd like, I'm happy to list the item on eBay so you can view my history and see I'm not some scammer and handle the transaction separately.



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nVidia + Bitcoin mining = LOL

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June 08, 2011, 10:45:25 PM
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You bought an nVidia card with the intention of mining? Whoops Tongue That baby can only get to about 100 mhash/s.
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June 08, 2011, 10:51:09 PM
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Holy fuck, 2,911.94 USD  Huh

How much are you looking for this?

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June 08, 2011, 10:54:31 PM
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So you're interested in bitcoin mining, you put $2k in to a single card, "never really got in to the whole thing", came here and signed up today, and posted it for sale as your first post.

No offense, but I call shenanigans.
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June 08, 2011, 11:08:51 PM
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So you're interested in bitcoin mining, you put $2k in to a single card, "never really got in to the whole thing", came here and signed up today, and posted it for sale as your first post.

No offense, but I call shenanigans.

THOUGHT I was interested and jumped the gun on this thing.... 

It's obviously not the ideal card for the job - just figured I'd try here before getting raped by ebay.
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June 08, 2011, 11:11:40 PM
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Man... if you really did what we all think you did... I feel really sorry for you brother


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June 09, 2011, 12:53:57 AM
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So you're interested in bitcoin mining, you put $2k in to a single card, "never really got in to the whole thing", came here and signed up today, and posted it for sale as your first post.

No offense, but I call shenanigans.

THOUGHT I was interested and jumped the gun on this thing.... 

It's obviously not the ideal card for the job - just figured I'd try here before getting raped by ebay.
Wow. Shakes head. Just wow.  You outta buy some vaseline, you're gonna need it...
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June 09, 2011, 12:56:59 AM
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So you're interested in bitcoin mining, you put $2k in to a single card, "never really got in to the whole thing", came here and signed up today, and posted it for sale as your first post.

No offense, but I call shenanigans.

THOUGHT I was interested and jumped the gun on this thing.... 

It's obviously not the ideal card for the job - just figured I'd try here before getting raped by ebay.
Wow. Shakes head. Just wow.  You outta buy some vaseline, you're gonna need it...

How does he even know about Telsa if he's so dumb ? Tongue There's a ton of threads that talk about Amazon's teslas being terrible for mining.   I'm calling shenanigans as well.
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June 09, 2011, 01:00:45 AM
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How does he even know about Telsa if he's so dumb ? Tongue There's a ton of threads that talk about Amazon's teslas being terrible for mining.   I'm calling shenanigans as well.

Because nvidia owns the business level GPU super computation market. Every time you hear anything about GPU computation (outside of Bitcoin) it is always a server full of Tesla cards.

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June 09, 2011, 01:20:46 AM
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How does he even know about Telsa if he's so dumb ? Tongue There's a ton of threads that talk about Amazon's teslas being terrible for mining.   I'm calling shenanigans as well.

Because nvidia owns the business level GPU super computation market. Every time you hear anything about GPU computation (outside of Bitcoin) it is always a server full of Tesla cards.

You are spot on, aside from very specific things (hashing) Nvidia GPUs are generally considered the way to go. OpenCL is helping to change it but the support around CUDA is fairly strong.

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June 09, 2011, 02:52:36 AM
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I'm curious what speed did you get from the card? I know someone that has one of these cards and he offered it for use. I haven't put it in my system yet to test it out.
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