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March 20, 2013, 12:28:34 AM
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Alright so I am very new to bitcoin, and have never overclocked before(idk if that matters). Anyways, money is not a problem. I get free shizzz so can anyone name me off some cards and/or builds that are low in watts but high in hash's? I want a good motherboard that has 4 pci slots, crape Cpu, high voltage power supply, decent cool case, and 4 bada$$ gpu's. Thanks to all for responses!
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March 20, 2013, 01:23:32 AM
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I get free shizzz so can anyone name me off some cards and/or builds that are low in watts but high in hash's?

There's maybe three or four weeks left before any GPU miners remaining will be shutting down thanks to ASIC.

Are you sure you want to be putting any time into something this close to sunset?
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March 20, 2013, 01:33:33 AM
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I get free shizzz so can anyone name me off some cards and/or builds that are low in watts but high in hash's?

There's maybe three or four weeks left before any GPU miners remaining will be shutting down thanks to ASIC.

Are you sure you want to be putting any time into something this close to sunset?

I would get these ASIC's but the way it's looking they just keep delaying. I want to order one, but its not fun to invest come to find out it comes out to nothing.
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