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May 12, 2017, 01:05:31 PM
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Up for grabs. Auction style. Free shipping to CONUS.

I have replaced these cards with 570's to save on electricity. It's $.125 kw/h here and these draw some serious power and crank out some heat. I'm in Tampa, FL and its coming up on the hottest time of the year here.

They run 30 MH/s on ETH all day long. I've mined with them for 6 months and they came from a fresh factory refurbish according to GPUShack.com.

Auction will start @ .2 BTC for all 4 cards. Bid in increments of .005 after that. These are selling on eBay for $150 or so still.

Not going to separate them and if you want them ship outside CONUS, you pay additional fees. This includes AK, HI and PR

If escrow is desired, you pay the fees for that as well.

This is a stock image of the actual cards. http://images.anandtech.com/doci/7601/Sapphire_290TriX_Front.JPG


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May 12, 2017, 01:22:57 PM
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I'll do BIN @ .280 BTC or equivalent in LTC, ETH or ZEC.

Actual Pics. http://imgur.com/a/FvpCi

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