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April 29, 2013, 07:07:43 PM
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I havent seen lenny_ posts where did he come from?
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April 29, 2013, 07:08:28 PM
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Tally from my end:

lenny_ 1 65
lenny_ 1 63
Ian787 1 53
Ainwaves 1 55
WinVery 2 52.5
bclcjunkie 1 52.5
candoo 1 52
simtel 1 52
drlatino999 1 52
Fury! 1 51.5
phiz 1 51.5
teek 10 51
win07 1 51
desired_username 4 51
dogie 2 50.5
ok 1 50.5
lightbox 5 50.5
Noitev 1 50.5
Omen1855 1 50.5
kibblesnbits 1 50.5
Tulkas 4 50.5
michelet 3 50.5
Gomeler 1 50.5
BlockChains 2 50.5
Caesium 2 50
----- cut off
Caesium 2 50
DeaDTerra 1 50
Hiroaki 1 50
cimpex 1 50
Qbert 11 50
Jimmy2011 2 50
JHenderson 1 50

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April 29, 2013, 07:08:33 PM
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Were there any false bids last time?
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April 29, 2013, 07:09:30 PM
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A possilbe list is here

lenny      65   1   49
lenny      63   1   48
Airwaves   55   1   47
lan787   53   1   46
bclcjunkie   52.5   1   45
WinVery.com52.5   2   43
phiz      52.5   1   42
candoo   52   1   41
simtel12   52   1   40   
drlatino999   52   1   39
ok      52   1   38
Fury      51.5   1   37
desired_username 51   4   33
win07      51   1   32 
teek      51   10   22
Noitev       50.5    1   21
Omen      50.5   1   20
Fury      50.5   1   19
kibblesnbits   50.5   1   18
Tulkas   50.5   4   14
michelet   50.5   3   11
lightbox   50.5   5   6
dogie      50.5   2   4
Gomeler   50.5   1   3
BlockChains   50.5   2   1

Caesium      50       4       0
Hiroaki   50   1   -4
cimpex   50   1   -5
Qert      50   11   -16
DeaDterra   50   1   -17
Jimmy2011   50   2   -19


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April 29, 2013, 07:10:11 PM
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well still its not that much hashpower, maybe a 2-4% increase

50 x 10 Gh/s = 500Gh/s

Network rate at the moment: 75,000 GH/s

So its a increase of 0.0066% of the total network hash rate.

Is there an easy way to see the total hashrate of the total network?  Thanks in advance!
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April 29, 2013, 07:10:46 PM
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Ahh looking good I got one.


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April 29, 2013, 07:11:51 PM
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Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)

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April 29, 2013, 07:13:26 PM
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I was post #735 btw if it helps you any John Cheesy

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April 29, 2013, 07:15:13 PM
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Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)

I'm honestly interested in this, I tried to work it out. Wouldn't you need about 20-24 GPU's tied to 4 or more motherboards with several PSU's? I worked out a 10GH/s rig at around $10,000.

Am I way off?

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April 29, 2013, 07:15:37 PM
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John, wouldn't it be less work if you counted from last valid bidding post backwards? Smiley
I'm only guessing you're working your way through a lot of too low bids. But probably with good reason Smiley
Anyway thanks for the massive work.
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- If two people bid at the same price, the person who bid first will have his slots filled first

Yup, he'll need to do some backtracking and pop some items from his stack Smiley

It is very simple. Place bid on top of existing one.

If you want absolutely no brainer Imagine this: whoever bids less is a winner, so lowest bids go on top.
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April 29, 2013, 07:16:39 PM
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Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)
Well then it's a damn good deal compared to GPUs, if they only cost the same as GPUs, but use way less power and arrive your doorstep, ready to use in less than a week.
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April 29, 2013, 07:17:22 PM
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What a crazy last 5 minutes. Definitely going to need to use some auction software for future auctions to keep John sane.

Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)

I'm replacing two shelves of GPUs with this board(if I won it). I'm tired of managing GPUs. Hoping the sale of the GPUs will offset the price from this purchase.
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April 29, 2013, 07:18:38 PM
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Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)

Or you could have bought yourself more than 100 Commodore 64's and hash with those.
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April 29, 2013, 07:20:30 PM
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Could of bought 10Gh/s in GPUs for that much. (I know it uses way more power)

I'm honestly interested in this, I tried to work it out. Wouldn't you need about 20-24 GPU's tied to 4 or more motherboards with several PSU's? I worked out a 10GH/s rig at around $10,000.

Am I way off?



Using HD 7950s @ 600 MH/s card @ $450 card(this includes all supporting hardware such as MB, PSU, risers, etc) and the blade @ 12GH/s(overclocked) you're looking at roughly $9,000 to get an equivalent setup in GPUs. I'm sure some of this is off a bit(probably stuff 6 cards into a board with a lower cost/card) but it is a rough estimate.

Keep in mind you can resell the GPUs when you are done..
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April 29, 2013, 07:30:09 PM
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that feeling when you bid 50 early

Thanks so much John, really well run auction. I'll send you a tip Smiley

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April 29, 2013, 07:31:26 PM
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huh there was a winners table there before I posted that, I'm seeing things :/

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April 29, 2013, 07:31:47 PM
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Winners' List - Please check your bids to be sure. PM John if there's any errors, thanks!

Credits go to Randombob (for creating the Unofficial count and saving my sanity), Vjain (for starting the GoogleDoc spreadsheet), JaredR26 (for the estimated countdown), and all participants!

Thank you!


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lenny_1634863#796
Airwaves1554755#826
Ian7871534653#762
bclcjunkie152.54552.5#831
WinVery.com252.543105#833
candoo1524252#819
simtel121524152#822
drlatino9991524052#829
phiz151.53951.5#816
Fury!151.53851.5#827
teek105128510#807
win071512751#818
desired_username45123204#828
Noitev150.52250.5#752
Omen1855150.52150.5#773
ok150.52050.5#798
kibblesnbits150.51950.5#802
Tulkas450.515202#803
michelet350.512151.5#805
lightbox550.57252.5#809
Gomeler150.5450.5#824
BlockChains250.52101#830
dogie250.55101#838
Caesium2500100#735
50Total:2578

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April 29, 2013, 07:31:57 PM
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huh there was a winners table there before I posted that, I'm seeing things :/

I have seen it too
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April 29, 2013, 07:32:31 PM
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DAMN


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April 29, 2013, 07:33:10 PM
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that feeling when you bid 50 early

Thanks so much John, really well run auction. I'll send you a tip Smiley

Well played Caesium Wink

Agreed, many kudos to John K for handling the undoubtedly hectic logistics.
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