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June 21, 2011, 11:55:05 PM
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I am the owner of a computer shop called PC Search & Rescue

http://www.pcsearchandrescue.com

We have been in business for 6 years providing general computer repair and building.  We have about 550 custom machines we have built for various homes and businesses in service.

I am on an experimental basis accepting bitcoins for hardware and new system purchases.  We are able to ship internationally at this time.  Prices will be managed manually as the vast majority of our systems are custom built to order.

Drop us an email on our contact form with your desired specs and we should get back to you with a price, please include your zip code so we can also estimate shipping.  Build quality is similar to or better than places like falcon northwest and similar gaming system builders.  

I will not quote prices here on forums due to the volatility of bitcoin prices. and prices will be fixed at the time of payment to maximize fairness to all parties in the event of any major swings in BTC prices.  We can also happily sell individual parts.

I am a noob on BC mining so if you have specific hardware needs, tell us what you want, we will make it happen.

Posting this in hopes of a quick whitelisting so I can start posting in the sale forum.
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July 19, 2011, 09:25:04 PM
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what would you charge for a ATI 5830 or a 5850 in BTC ?
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July 19, 2011, 11:32:51 PM
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Like all other computer shops, this guy charges an outrageous price. His "new system special" is about twice the cost of the parts to do it. But hey... Suckers are born everyday, and since I give him props for taking bitcoins.

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