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PulsedMedia
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June 22, 2011, 03:30:57 AM
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Will buy GPUs HD 5xxx or 6xxx. Preferred are: 5830, 5870, 5970, 6870, 6950 (Reference design), 6970, 6990
Will consider others in 5/6k series too.

Mobos, PSUs, CPUs and RAM also being sought. Cheap USB sticks.
Good cases, fans also considered.

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Things which will help me manage our mining cluster such as:
 * IP KVM
 * Remote Reboot HW
 * UPSs: Any kind starting from 550W output, battery does not need to be in working condition. Even custom built are good!
 * 3G/ADSL Modem (ie. Cisco with 3G backup) or plain 3G physical standalone modem which will reinitiate connection if failed
 * VPN gateway

New or used, doesn't matter.

Will pay in BTC after confirmation. Larger transactions will require eBay/OTC/other proof than just a picture.
Picture proof always required.

Preferrably in original boxes but not required.

Offers including shipping to Finland in BTC. Shipping (to arrive) within 7 business days (~1½ weeks), preferrably less than 4 business days.

Looking total to spend 150BTC during the next couple weeks.

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June 22, 2011, 05:55:30 AM
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I have 4 rigs I'm currently trying to sell, but I'm in the US. I checked USPS express international though, and they list 3-5 days shipping time to Finland so that's still within your time frame.

All 4 rigs are AMD Sempron 140's with 1GB of ram, ASRock motherboard with 2 PCI slots. Three of them have dual 6950's pushing 350 mhash/sec each (700 total per box) except one 6950 that is only stable at 850MHz so it pushes 335. Those three have a 750 w power supply. Then I have a fourth that has two 5870s and an 850w power supply. The 5870 rig isn't even fully built yet so I don't have numbers for mhashes yet (the mobo for that comes in tomorrow).

If you're interested, we can try to work out something, and I can provide whatever proof you'd like. I checked the shipping costs and the price for an entire rig is probably about 4 BTC (I have to check the exact sizes). Shipping for a single video card is about half that.
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June 22, 2011, 06:27:51 AM
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There's a reason i asked for EU, namely: Customs.
Try to explain them about BTC etc.
Nevermind customs is easily 31%: 23% VAT + 8% customs duty.  Tho as a registered company i do get the VAT back in couple of months.

EDIT: That being said, feel free to make an offer.

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June 22, 2011, 06:49:19 AM
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Oh wow I didn't realize there were all those customs fees, and being a Yank I don't know the first thing about VAT Wink

I can do any of the GigaByte tri-fan 6950's by themselves for 19 btc shipped (I can make sure you get the 900 MHz stable ones) or two for 36 btc shipped.

I can do either of the Safire Vapor-X factory OC'd 5870's for 23 btc shipped, or both for 44 btc shipped.

The motherboards would only be worth it if you took like 3 or 4 of them because the shipping is basically same for 1 or 4. The ram is too cheap that shipping would be the same as the ram, and the power supplies being heavy probably aren't worth it either.

Let me know if you're interested at all.
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June 22, 2011, 08:08:47 AM
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Oh wow I didn't realize there were all those customs fees, and being a Yank I don't know the first thing about VAT Wink

I can do any of the GigaByte tri-fan 6950's by themselves for 19 btc shipped (I can make sure you get the 900 MHz stable ones) or two for 36 btc shipped.

I can do either of the Safire Vapor-X factory OC'd 5870's for 23 btc shipped, or both for 44 btc shipped.

The motherboards would only be worth it if you took like 3 or 4 of them because the shipping is basically same for 1 or 4. The ram is too cheap that shipping would be the same as the ram, and the power supplies being heavy probably aren't worth it either.

Let me know if you're interested at all.

Sorry but if i'd be looking to buy same or more as new cards, i'd buy new Smiley Seriously, 6950s cost just ~175e = 14.5BTC.

I can probably get it all shipped with 230$ to Finland via DHL Express, but as i said, i will not pay higher prices than new.

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June 22, 2011, 08:21:44 AM
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What exchange rate are you using for that conversion? When I posted earlier, BTC were going for about 13 USD each, so 14.5 was only about $190, my offer of 19 was $247, but shipping is about $35. These 6950's were $250 plus shipping when I bought them a week ago (I've only had them my possession since Friday). I was looking to take a $35 hit on them (basically selling them for $215 plus the shipping).

Now I look and Tradehill is back up to almost $15 a BTC. These damn exchange rates make it almost impossible to do any real business with Bitcoins other than speculate on the exchanges. I looked at Forex earlier today and I saw that currencies fluctuate a few hundredths or thousandths of a point (I was looking to do real currency trading after messing with Bitcoins). That makes them worse for speculation, but at least you know if you offer someone a price, it won't be 15% higher by the time they read it lol. I really wasn't trying to be a jerk and get more money than new. I'll probably just put them up on eBay or return them or something, or at the very least try to sell them for USD so I can get a price that doesn't change every 5 minutes. Tongue I really want BTC to succeed, but I think the exchange rate is going to need to really settle down before that can happen.
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June 22, 2011, 08:37:24 AM
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~11EUR. So i even gave a "benefit".

Latest on bitmarket is 12.97€

It's been fluctuating around 12.5-13€ at Bitmarket for quite sometime now.

Remember: Used stuff is only max 70% worth today's retail price. Especially buying abroad when you most likely loose warranties ... (with original receipt, and if mfg has presence in country, then you still got a warranty but not otherwise)

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June 22, 2011, 12:25:46 PM
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Moika Pulsed,

I may have something for you, I'm also in Finland and just put together a new rig but unfortunately my apartment cant handle the extra strain so I'm going to get rid of some parts.

Will send you a PM.
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June 26, 2011, 04:51:08 PM
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I can ship you 5830s for 115€ + shipping.
Contact me if interested!
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