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July 10, 2017, 09:57:16 PM
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You see, they are desperate, they cant believe there are no gpus at msrp value, they want to do any deal, they even want to get scammed by others, they are throwing money in all sides just to get few mh/s on eth hehe. The truth is, right now, they have much more money than sense hehe, and in few weeks when their profitability drops 300% they will have more sense than money but that will be too late for them hehe

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July 10, 2017, 11:00:59 PM
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Its too late to invest In gpu mining esp at current prices

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December 11, 2017, 02:12:14 AM
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laughing at all u idiots now hahaha

since p106 is required for b250 now.

ye i aint bares
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December 11, 2017, 03:01:29 AM
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laughing at all u idiots now hahaha

since p106 is required for b250 now.

You could laugh at both sides. Those who paid in BTC came out way way behind with the run in BTC. Those who bought got some nice mining.

BTC was $2200-2500 in July. Up 8X since. Each $300 card if instead invested in BTC would be $2400 or so minus the opportunity cost of not mining.
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December 12, 2017, 08:48:55 AM
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laughing at all u idiots now hahaha

since p106 is required for b250 now.

You could laugh at both sides. Those who paid in BTC came out way way behind with the run in BTC. Those who bought got some nice mining.

BTC was $2200-2500 in July. Up 8X since. Each $300 card if instead invested in BTC would be $2400 or so minus the opportunity cost of not mining.
LOL, easy to say now. What if BTC plunged to 150 like it did in the past ? Those who bought in BTC would be laughing at you now and would still be mining with their cards now gotten for free.
Truth is this is all speculation and nobody knows what will happen next. You place your bets and hope you win. At 16K I would actually bet against BTC and would convert all to fiat or goods (yes, mining rigs now). Then when price plunges and all stop their rigs and difficulty falls to the ground I'd be making a s..t load of coins, waiting for the next pump.
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December 12, 2017, 09:06:35 AM
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laughing at all u idiots now hahaha

since p106 is required for b250 now.

Tch tch ... I find it sad that people have to call others Idiots to validate their poor purchasing decisions Roll Eyes

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December 12, 2017, 01:27:18 PM
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LOL, easy to say now. What if BTC plunged to 150 like it did in the past ? Those who bought in BTC would be laughing at you now and would still be mining with their cards now gotten for free.
Truth is this is all speculation and nobody knows what will happen next. You place your bets and hope you win. At 16K I would actually bet against BTC and would convert all to fiat or goods (yes, mining rigs now). Then when price plunges and all stop their rigs and difficulty falls to the ground I'd be making a s..t load of coins, waiting for the next pump.
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I am not laughing at anyone. Each side made the choice they felt was correct. No idea if the poster was laughing at people who bought cards or people who didnt.

I agree. There is a correction coming just as before. Problem is nobody wants to sell and miss more upside. Cards now are expensive, not sure I would be buying now. After previous crashes cards bottomed in price with coins. I would buy cards then and mine with them.

Still holding some LTC I mined in 2014. Wish I never sold some along the way but oh well. Would have been well into 6 figures today. Was the right choice for me at the time. Sold to buy/pay off hardware. I havent set a price that I would sell my coins. I think if they got to a point that would pay off my house I would have to seriously think about selling some or all. A price that makes it worth the taxes. For now I have a ways to go.
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January 05, 2018, 03:14:26 AM
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Where i can buy this cards?
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January 22, 2018, 05:19:49 AM
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I am trying to find these to buy and can not find them anywhere can someone help?
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January 22, 2018, 11:47:39 AM
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doesnt exist

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April 29, 2018, 03:25:11 PM
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I think the OEM's came to realize for the marginal savings in making these P106 boards, their is no reason to setup a separate SKU and have such a niche product. Might as well just keep the production lines rolling on standard cards and pump out items that EVERYONE can use.
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