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April 12, 2013, 08:57:29 PM
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Hello guys, I want to ask a question that what is the price of ATI 5970 now a days. I am going to build a entry level LTC mining rig. Help is needed. IF you can tell me price of used ones then plz.

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April 12, 2013, 09:04:58 PM
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Hello guys, I want to ask a question that what is the price of ATI 5970 now a days. I am going to build a entry level LTC mining rig. Help is needed. IF you can tell me price of used ones then plz.

5970s are going for $300-$350+ easy on ebay.... more than they were about 6 months ago.

Not many miners have been selling them lately, but Ive seen some around $300 on here as well.

I would look into other options. I recommend a 6950 (fast for price), 7950 (fast for price), or 7850 (electrical efficiency)

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April 12, 2013, 09:12:58 PM
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Hello guys, I want to ask a question that what is the price of ATI 5970 now a days. I am going to build a entry level LTC mining rig. Help is needed. IF you can tell me price of used ones then plz.

5970s are going for $300-$350+ easy on ebay.... more than they were about 6 months ago.

Not many miners have been selling them lately, but Ive seen some around $300 on here as well.

I would look into other options. I recommend a 6950 (fast for price), 7950 (fast for price), or 7850 (electrical efficiency)

Could you PLZ tell me the prices of the other three you recommended. and one more thing did you tell me the price of new one or used.

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April 12, 2013, 09:20:54 PM
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Could you PLZ tell me the prices of the other three you recommended. and one more thing did you tell me the price of new one or used.


You can't buy 5970s new anymore.

Prices differ depending on what model card you select and whether it's new or used. Just search around, it's pretty easy to see average costs of hardware..

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April 12, 2013, 09:49:56 PM
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Thanks for the help, the suggestion of 6950 was really helpful for me. Can you suggest me the motherboard with (4) x PCI express x16 2.0 slots. and should be cheap about $150. IF not four slots then at least three should be present. Again thanks for advise.
 IF im just able to get three 6950s to work together I will be mining at about 1300-1400KH/s and that is a good hash rate considering the current difficulty of litecoins

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April 12, 2013, 10:17:54 PM
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Could you PLZ tell me the prices of the other three you recommended. and one more thing did you tell me the price of new one or used.


You can't buy 5970s new anymore.

Prices differ depending on what model card you select and whether it's new or used. Just search around, it's pretty easy to see average costs of hardware..
Lol,I have two that are new.I have ever only used them once to see if they worked.

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April 12, 2013, 10:44:50 PM
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I bought 4 for 1000€ few days ago...

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April 12, 2013, 10:46:37 PM
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I bought 4 for 1000€ few days ago...

Rare...

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April 13, 2013, 03:05:26 AM
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Thanks for the help, the suggestion of 6950 was really helpful for me. Can you suggest me the motherboard with (4) x PCI express x16 2.0 slots. and should be cheap about $150. IF not four slots then at least three should be present. Again thanks for advise.
 IF im just able to get three 6950s to work together I will be mining at about 1300-1400KH/s and that is a good hash rate considering the current difficulty of litecoins

Go for the 7950's not the 6950's.  7950's tend to use less power and will have higher resale value if you stop.  7950's do well with litecoin.

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April 13, 2013, 02:57:17 PM
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Thanks for the help, the suggestion of 6950 was really helpful for me. Can you suggest me the motherboard with (4) x PCI express x16 2.0 slots. and should be cheap about $150. IF not four slots then at least three should be present. Again thanks for advise.
 IF im just able to get three 6950s to work together I will be mining at about 1300-1400KH/s and that is a good hash rate considering the current difficulty of litecoins

Go for the 7950's not the 6950's.  7950's tend to use less power and will have higher resale value if you stop.  7950's do well with litecoin.

Thanks for advise

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