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February 12, 2013, 03:26:06 PM
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ALL EQUIPMENT SOLD

More equip available.

2x6870 @ $100 ea - sold
5x5870 @ $110 ea - sold
1x7970 @ $275 - sold
3x5970 water cooled - make offer

1xMSI 890FXA GD70 w/CPU, RAM @ $110[/a]
1xMSI 890FXA GD65 w/CPU, RAM @ $90 - sold
1xMSI H61M-P21 B3 w/CPU, RAM @ $50 - sold

Still have 950 PSU and ATX to BFL cables


This gear is from 3 rigs in 4U chassis with GD70 MB (Sempron porcessors, 2 GB RAM), Corsair AX1200 gold PSU, and 6 BFL singles each using power cables custom made from Cablez and a 7970 to make a customized BAMT play nice.
 
$550 ea - 17 BFL singles (only have 7 power power bricks) - sold
$??? - AX1200 to 4 BFL custom cables (5ft in length with an 8in pitch on 18AWG wire going to (4) BFL plugs and terminated on the PSU side with a 8pin VGA female connector for direct connection to an AX1200.)

$275 ea - 2 Visiontek 7970 - sold
$110 ea - 3 MSI 890FXA GD70 w/ Sempron CPU, 2 GB RAM - sold
$180 ea - 3 Corsair AX1200 Gold PSU - sold
$100 - 1 Corsair TX950 Bronze PSU - sold
$50 - 1 Asrock H77 Pro4-M - sold

Since I don't have all the power bricks, I would like to sell the BFL in sets with the custom cables and PSU's, or the whole lot at a discount.
 
I also have a rig running the folloing unstable cards at stock engine, they do lock up every few days.  Make an offer.
 
2 5970 w/ Accellero Cooler sold
1 6970 w/ Accellero Cooler sold

I will cover shipping to 48 US from FL.  Post, PM, or email gnaritas1618 at gmail.

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February 12, 2013, 03:32:02 PM
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Are you accepting btc payments & shipping to the UK? Cheers.

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February 12, 2013, 03:35:32 PM
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February 12, 2013, 03:59:15 PM
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Are you accepting btc payments & shipping to the UK? Cheers.

BTC is preferred, I would have to ask you to cover shipping outside the US.

PM sent

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Pm sent my man.

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Those 7970's are gonna sell

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February 13, 2013, 01:43:42 AM
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Received payment for 1 7970.  Shipping in am.

Received payment for 6970 & 5970's.

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Received payment for 1 7970.  Shipping in am.

Received payment for 6970 & 5970's.


These have been shipped.

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February 14, 2013, 02:10:36 AM
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Payment sent for 1 x MSI 890FXA GD70 w/ Sempron CPU, 2 GB RAM

Awaiting confirmation.

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Payment sent for 1 x MSI 890FXA GD70 w/ Sempron CPU, 2 GB RAM

Awaiting confirmation.

Received.  I'll send tracking when shipped.  Thanks.

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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?
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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?


Yes but they are tricky, it took a bit of riser and card swapping, I have only been running 1 GPU on them recently.

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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?


Yes but they are tricky, it took a bit of riser and card swapping, I have only been running 1 GPU on them recently.

I don't mind swapping around cards to get them working, but don't want to deal with any dead slots.

If there are no dead slots, I'll take the remaining two board/cpu/ram combos.

Are you selling your risers?  I don't see them listed.
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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?


Yes but they are tricky, it took a bit of riser and card swapping, I have only been running 1 GPU on them recently.

I don't mind swapping around cards to get them working, but don't want to deal with any dead slots.

If there are no dead slots, I'll take the remaining two board/cpu/ram combos.

Are you selling your risers?  I don't see them listed.

I haven't had any dead slots on the 890's, they are good boards.  I'll look but I don't think I have any risers in this batch.  I'll have another batch of GPU equip to list soon with a lot of risers.

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February 14, 2013, 05:05:09 PM
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Payment received for 2 GD70's.

Anyone waiting for a response for the BFL's I apologize for the delay, I found 2 that have some issues and I'm trying to get the time to reload firmware and test before I sell them.

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February 14, 2013, 09:35:38 PM
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February 14, 2013, 11:17:15 PM
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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?


Yes, MSI 890FXA-GD70 can take 6 cards. If you use 1x > 1x or 1x > 16x (They are electrically 1x > 1x) risers though, you will need to short the PCI-E presence pin to a ground for the card to be detected. The bottom right rig is an 890FXA-GD70 with 1x > 1x risers and 6 cards (8 gpu's). You can see the wires in each slot shorting the presence pin protruding out.


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Did your MSI 890FXA GD70 boards run successfully with all six slots populated?


Yes, MSI 890FXA-GD70 can take 6 cards. If you use 1x > 1x or 1x > 16x (They are electrically 1x > 1x) risers though, you will need to short the PCI-E presence pin to a ground for the card to be detected. The bottom right rig is an 890FXA-GD70 with 1x > 1x risers and 6 cards (8 gpu's). You can see the wires in each slot shorting the presence pin protruding out.


Nice pic, thanks.  Yeah, I have a half dozen 890FXA-GD70 rigs, but I found some have had slots go bad after about a year or so.  That's really what I was asking.

I had a bunch of boards get fried by the blizzard last weekend - snow came in my exhaust window fans and melted on the mobo's.  They're all oxidized (green and orange rust in places).  I'm picking up the two GD70's to replace a couple of my dead boards.  I'll post again once I have them running.

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