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June 18, 2016, 06:15:16 PM
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I put my r9 nanos up for sale


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1517154.0


with luck they will sell close to asking price

I am going to convert to 480's and 490's when they come.

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June 18, 2016, 06:27:10 PM
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I put my r9 nanos up for sale


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1517154.0


with luck they will sell close to asking price

I am going to convert to 480's and 490's when they come.

I've seen that post

Are you quite from ETH for now?
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June 18, 2016, 08:25:11 PM
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I put my r9 nanos up for sale


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1517154.0


with luck they will sell close to asking price

I am going to convert to 480's and 490's when they come.

I've seen that post

Are you quite from ETH for now?

No I am mining as I type.  4 nanos and 1 his. So  my hope is to sell these off in time for the 480's and 490's
I am roi'd.  I spend 140 on power  right now I earn 360 so I  220 net  a month.


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June 18, 2016, 11:04:08 PM
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i just hope they make enough of the rx 480s so everyone can get one..
i know as soon as they go on sale im going to be refreshing the page until i can buy two..

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June 18, 2016, 11:09:54 PM
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I mine at ethpool

This morning I noticed that after the DOA hack, the diff level seems to eased up (lower diff)

I think my rigs are able to meet the credit required for 5 ETH, faster than normal time

this means, mining has dropped?

Is this assumption true?

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June 18, 2016, 11:12:50 PM
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I mine at ethpool

This morning I noticed that after the DOA hack, the diff level seems to eased up (lower diff)

I think my rigs are able to meet the credit required for 5 ETH, faster than normal time

this means, mining has dropped?

Is this assumption true?

doesnt really look like it

http://ethermine.org/stats
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June 18, 2016, 11:13:52 PM
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i just hope they make enough of the rx 480s so everyone can get one..
i know as soon as they go on sale im going to be refreshing the page until i can buy two..



I think Philip mentioned a group buy (US only), in his earlier post.

Let me know how it goes on the sale date so that I can contact my supplier here.

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June 18, 2016, 11:15:41 PM
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This was a great idea, to use you previous rigs for a new alt coin that they can mine better!
It may attract newbies to mining if they are able to afford/find spare GPUs which will help the altcoin networks.
There appears to be a large "Patch/hole" in the Ethereum network which will hopefully be solved soon!

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June 18, 2016, 11:16:18 PM
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I mine at ethpool

This morning I noticed that after the DOA hack, the diff level seems to eased up (lower diff)

I think my rigs are able to meet the credit required for 5 ETH, faster than normal time

this means, mining has dropped?

Is this assumption true?

doesnt really look like it

http://ethermine.org/stats

chart shows total hash dipped 440GHs avg line.... seems there is a dip

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June 18, 2016, 11:19:50 PM
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I mine at ethpool

This morning I noticed that after the DOA hack, the diff level seems to eased up (lower diff)

I think my rigs are able to meet the credit required for 5 ETH, faster than normal time

this means, mining has dropped?

Is this assumption true?

doesnt really look like it

http://ethermine.org/stats

chart shows total hash dipped 440GHs avg line.... seems there is a dip

it might be a little down, but it might be variance too.
here is a better chart

http://www.coinwarz.com/network-hashrate-charts/ethereum-network-hashrate-chart
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June 19, 2016, 03:58:22 AM
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it might be a little down, but it might be variance too.
here is a better chart

http://www.coinwarz.com/network-hashrate-charts/ethereum-network-hashrate-chart

That gives some hope

If huge farms (11GHs) are still in biz - mining still makes sense
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June 19, 2016, 08:06:21 AM
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Could be the heat (I've had heat-limit issues here the last couple weeks intermittantly).
Could be a few folks dropping out or switching to something else after the price collapsed (it's recovered a LITTLE today).
Could just be normal variation.

 Could be more than one of the above.



 I blame sunspots (which isn't totally insane, they affect solar output and a big enough flare in theory could hash up the ionosphere enough to cause a higher noise level slowing down WiFi.)

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June 19, 2016, 09:39:57 PM
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June 20, 2016, 01:33:11 PM
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Could be the heat (I've had heat-limit issues here the last couple weeks intermittantly).
Could be a few folks dropping out or switching to something else after the price collapsed (it's recovered a LITTLE today).
Could just be normal variation.

 Could be more than one of the above.



 I blame sunspots (which isn't totally insane, they affect solar output and a big enough flare in theory could hash up the ionosphere enough to cause a higher noise level slowing down WiFi.)


The difficulty has risen again. How is your heat wave problem, is that relieved a bit. I am surprised people are still adding hashing power now.

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June 20, 2016, 03:08:50 PM
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The difficulty has risen again. How is your heat wave problem, is that relieved a bit. I am surprised people are still adding hashing power now.

In NM we expect hottest week since summer.

I hope that big miners know smth that we dont know - so I'm going to follow them for a week (at least)
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June 20, 2016, 03:30:25 PM
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The difficulty has risen again. How is your heat wave problem, is that relieved a bit. I am surprised people are still adding hashing power now.

In NM we expect hottest week since summer.

I hope that big miners know smth that we dont know - so I'm going to follow them for a week (at least)

Yeah 110f or higher correct?

I am shutting down all eth miners today and will wait to see the r9 480's

I sold my 4 nano's and the last r9 390.

Once I pack up the gear I will have room for 2+2+2+2+3+4= 15 cards  I am not sure how much lower power will be or what mh will be.

but 15 x 125 = 1875 watts

and 15 x 25 = 375 mh

I think that is the  worst case numbers

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June 20, 2016, 05:17:50 PM
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Yeah 110f or higher correct?

Hopefully 110F will be at AZ only Smiley
But I heard that we will have 102-106F

I am shutting down all eth miners today and will wait to see the r9 480's

I sold my 4 nano's and the last r9 390.

I probably will start selling mine 4 R9 390 on ebay

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June 20, 2016, 09:45:04 PM
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Great thread phillip, can't believe I've taken so long to get around to looking at the Mining (Altcoins) thread again. I had to do a double take on your post saying you downsized instead of going asic-purchase crazy like you did back in the day Smiley

Feeling a bit inspired atm and looking forward to seeing what kind of system(s) I can piece together when I get back stateside.

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June 21, 2016, 12:45:19 AM
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Great thread phillip, can't believe I've taken so long to get around to looking at the Mining (Altcoins) thread again. I had to do a double take on your post saying you downsized instead of going asic-purchase crazy like you did back in the day Smiley

Feeling a bit inspired atm and looking forward to seeing what kind of system(s) I can piece together when I get back stateside.

well  at 59 I can't work as hard as I did. Plus the wife is retired soI need to give her more time.

The gpus are all out of the house and sold.  So a 10-14 day no gpu mining time for now.

I will set up the 3rd and 4th   s-9's at the array this week.

Then get back to buying the r9 480's

I am hoping to do the big order from provantage 50x of them.  I am still waiting for the order number skew to hit their system.  I hope to get a 10-20% discount if the cards are a hot item.

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June 21, 2016, 02:16:19 PM
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Great thread phillip, can't believe I've taken so long to get around to looking at the Mining (Altcoins) thread again. I had to do a double take on your post saying you downsized instead of going asic-purchase crazy like you did back in the day Smiley

Feeling a bit inspired atm and looking forward to seeing what kind of system(s) I can piece together when I get back stateside.

well  at 59 I can't work as hard as I did. Plus the wife is retired soI need to give her more time.

The gpus are all out of the house and sold.  So a 10-14 day no gpu mining time for now.

I will set up the 3rd and 4th   s-9's at the array this week.

Then get back to buying the r9 480's

I am hoping to do the big order from provantage 50x of them.  I am still waiting for the order number skew to hit their system.  I hope to get a 10-20% discount if the cards are a hot item.

How much profit did you make from the GPU mining rigs?  I think you sell them as the gaming rigs? Right?
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