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May 30, 2013, 05:03:30 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

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So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...
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May 30, 2013, 05:15:42 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

Well divide those rates by 10 because I actually mine Litecoin lol, but its the same values really once the difficulty is accounted for.

I make about $125 a day, I only started recently so I haven't broken even yet, but it'll only take a total of 3 months and a week to break even.

Each rig, with all the necessary equipment was $2300 granted I paid for already built extenders, Nicer corsair PSU's, little bit more expensive 7950's, newer cpu/mobo. If one really really wanted to, they could shave off like $200 if they were thrifty.

Total investment plus fans cooling, metal to build the custom rigs all that fun stuff, is about $11,500  Grin
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May 30, 2013, 05:22:04 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

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May 30, 2013, 05:26:14 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.
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May 30, 2013, 05:44:07 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.


I guess the term rig was inappropriate, sorry. More to the point on every card, as below:
Used 7970 $315 with shipping. +$2 thermal paste.
752MH/s @ 63C
generates apx 12.5 shares per min while pool mining
12.5 * 60 * 24 = 18000*0.00000225 = 0.0405 * 70 = 2.835 BTC @ $115 = $326.025
now granted, today this would come out to 18000 * 0.00000210 = 0.0378 * 70 = 2.646 BTC @ $126 = $333.396
I guess I need to count power at 12% so add 8 days.

Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya.         Hello, my name is Darth Vader.         Hello, my name is Oedipus Rex.   Support a student: 17giEeYy14YyJpf3F7aaCPFXrPAyg6Tzpm
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May 30, 2013, 06:42:40 AM
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GPU Mining with a HD6950 @ 315 MHash/s
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May 30, 2013, 06:49:03 AM
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2100MH

I've been right around there for 2 years now, replaced or oiled every fan on my video cards.  A couple of them are unstable now but I've also had them overclocked at least a little since I started.
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May 31, 2013, 06:28:40 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.


I guess the term rig was inappropriate, sorry. More to the point on every card, as below:
Used 7970 $315 with shipping. +$2 thermal paste.
752MH/s @ 63C
generates apx 12.5 shares per min while pool mining
12.5 * 60 * 24 = 18000*0.00000225 = 0.0405 * 70 = 2.835 BTC @ $115 = $326.025
now granted, today this would come out to 18000 * 0.00000210 = 0.0378 * 70 = 2.646 BTC @ $126 = $333.396
I guess I need to count power at 12% so add 8 days.


I can't find a single 7970 below $400 USD, sure you didn't mean 7950? and A true ROI would include your entire investment, including the expense of the rig. Did you just pop that into a pre existing computer? If thats the case thats fine, your ROI is very low compared to mine. I have to fork out almost $500 extra in parts to house x6 cards in one rig.

You're comparing oranges to apples really, so 78 days? Yeah I could hit 70 if I didn't have to pay for a motherboard, cpu, ram, psu, cooling, custom rig, powered extenders, etc etc and all of my expenses are multiplied by 5

Run the numbers on how much it would cost to have x6 of those in one machine, how much extra would it cost, then tell me a ROI 
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May 31, 2013, 07:04:22 AM
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I'm currently around 130 MHash/s
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May 31, 2013, 07:52:24 AM
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1600Mh/s here, using 3x Gigabyte 7950 WF3, though i can get around 1800kh/s when mining LTC.  Cheesy
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May 31, 2013, 08:04:25 AM
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Only 70Mh/s  Huh on iMac 27-inch, Late 2012 using self compiled cgminer on GeForce GTX 680MX

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May 31, 2013, 08:24:17 AM
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I got 980mh/s with two pieces 5850 and one piece 5830.
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May 31, 2013, 10:23:12 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.


I guess the term rig was inappropriate, sorry. More to the point on every card, as below:
Used 7970 $315 with shipping. +$2 thermal paste.
752MH/s @ 63C
generates apx 12.5 shares per min while pool mining
12.5 * 60 * 24 = 18000*0.00000225 = 0.0405 * 70 = 2.835 BTC @ $115 = $326.025
now granted, today this would come out to 18000 * 0.00000210 = 0.0378 * 70 = 2.646 BTC @ $126 = $333.396
I guess I need to count power at 12% so add 8 days.


I can't find a single 7970 below $400 USD, sure you didn't mean 7950? and A true ROI would include your entire investment, including the expense of the rig. Did you just pop that into a pre existing computer? If thats the case thats fine, your ROI is very low compared to mine. I have to fork out almost $500 extra in parts to house x6 cards in one rig.

You're comparing oranges to apples really, so 78 days? Yeah I could hit 70 if I didn't have to pay for a motherboard, cpu, ram, psu, cooling, custom rig, powered extenders, etc etc and all of my expenses are multiplied by 5

Run the numbers on how much it would cost to have x6 of those in one machine, how much extra would it cost, then tell me a ROI 

If you are just going to ebay and searching for 7970. you are doing it wrong!
I crawl ebay, craigslist and a few bitcoin retailers; I am looking for mislisted, and or newly listed items.
When an Item comes up at a great rate, I snatch it up.

I said 7970 and meant it: http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-SAPPHIRE-Radeon-HD-7970-Dual-X-3GB-384-bit-GDDR5-111970640G-/171035945619?nma=true&si=UWUaDD7VWiv%252Bs0TCOShX%252Frhq1KE%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
click on the link that says '5 sold' I am the 2nd buyer down. I bought two. Check the offer history, I had to make several offers to find the final price that I wanted. It also helps to buy bulk.

Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya.         Hello, my name is Darth Vader.         Hello, my name is Oedipus Rex.   Support a student: 17giEeYy14YyJpf3F7aaCPFXrPAyg6Tzpm
You killed my father; prepare to die!     I am your father; prepare to die!     I am MY father??!!!? Prepare to die!
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May 31, 2013, 10:28:17 AM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.


I guess the term rig was inappropriate, sorry. More to the point on every card, as below:
Used 7970 $315 with shipping. +$2 thermal paste.
752MH/s @ 63C
generates apx 12.5 shares per min while pool mining
12.5 * 60 * 24 = 18000*0.00000225 = 0.0405 * 70 = 2.835 BTC @ $115 = $326.025
now granted, today this would come out to 18000 * 0.00000210 = 0.0378 * 70 = 2.646 BTC @ $126 = $333.396
I guess I need to count power at 12% so add 8 days.


I can't find a single 7970 below $400 USD, sure you didn't mean 7950? and A true ROI would include your entire investment, including the expense of the rig. Did you just pop that into a pre existing computer? If thats the case thats fine, your ROI is very low compared to mine. I have to fork out almost $500 extra in parts to house x6 cards in one rig.

You're comparing oranges to apples really, so 78 days? Yeah I could hit 70 if I didn't have to pay for a motherboard, cpu, ram, psu, cooling, custom rig, powered extenders, etc etc and all of my expenses are multiplied by 5

Run the numbers on how much it would cost to have x6 of those in one machine, how much extra would it cost, then tell me a ROI 

If you are just going to ebay and searching for 7970. you are doing it wrong!
I crawl ebay, craigslist and a few bitcoin retailers; I am looking for mislisted, and or newly listed items.
When an Item comes up at a great rate, I snatch it up.

I said 7970 and meant it: http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-SAPPHIRE-Radeon-HD-7970-Dual-X-3GB-384-bit-GDDR5-111970640G-/171035945619?nma=true&si=UWUaDD7VWiv%252Bs0TCOShX%252Frhq1KE%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
click on the link that says '5 sold' I am the 2nd buyer down. I bought two. Check the offer history, I had to make several offers to find the final price that I wanted. It also helps to buy bulk.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PowerColor-AX7970-3GBD5-2DHV3-Radeon-HD7970-3GB-384-bit-GDDR5-PCI-Video-Card-/330912051619?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item4d0be531a3

there are two of these left, email the buyer and offer them a slightly better price if you buy both. Merry Christmas.

Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya.         Hello, my name is Darth Vader.         Hello, my name is Oedipus Rex.   Support a student: 17giEeYy14YyJpf3F7aaCPFXrPAyg6Tzpm
You killed my father; prepare to die!     I am your father; prepare to die!     I am MY father??!!!? Prepare to die!
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May 31, 2013, 01:35:17 PM
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5 x 5870's about 2000 Mh/s
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May 31, 2013, 05:38:10 PM
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5 MMQs at about 4-5GH/s with TML.

I'm about 15% to profit but my thought was honestly "no matter what happens, I have a lot of FPGAs to play with after I stop mining"
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May 31, 2013, 06:17:11 PM
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1237Mwith 2X 7970
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May 31, 2013, 06:45:11 PM
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I didn't read through all 81 pages, but whats the highest hashing rate we got so far?

I run x5 rigs

Each rig has
x6 MSI 7950

each @ average 650/mh

for a total of 3900-4000/mh average per rig

for a grand total

19500-21000/mh average

 Cool

So around $100/day? 

What's your setup cost? Like $2,000 per rig so ~$10k?

Shouldn't take too long to break even if you haven't already...

I expect an ROI of no more than 50 days gross 70 days net. That has held true on every card that I have purchased. This number will change, but it is predictable.

Theres no way your hitting ROI on less than 80 days with any card, starting today. With current difficulty of BTC or LTC and the current value.

Give me some prices of equipment, and hash rates, I'd like to see ROI in 70 days lol That sounds great. It was like that back in March/April, but times have changed.


I guess the term rig was inappropriate, sorry. More to the point on every card, as below:
Used 7970 $315 with shipping. +$2 thermal paste.
752MH/s @ 63C
generates apx 12.5 shares per min while pool mining
12.5 * 60 * 24 = 18000*0.00000225 = 0.0405 * 70 = 2.835 BTC @ $115 = $326.025
now granted, today this would come out to 18000 * 0.00000210 = 0.0378 * 70 = 2.646 BTC @ $126 = $333.396
I guess I need to count power at 12% so add 8 days.


I can't find a single 7970 below $400 USD, sure you didn't mean 7950? and A true ROI would include your entire investment, including the expense of the rig. Did you just pop that into a pre existing computer? If thats the case thats fine, your ROI is very low compared to mine. I have to fork out almost $500 extra in parts to house x6 cards in one rig.

You're comparing oranges to apples really, so 78 days? Yeah I could hit 70 if I didn't have to pay for a motherboard, cpu, ram, psu, cooling, custom rig, powered extenders, etc etc and all of my expenses are multiplied by 5

Run the numbers on how much it would cost to have x6 of those in one machine, how much extra would it cost, then tell me a ROI 

If you are just going to ebay and searching for 7970. you are doing it wrong!
I crawl ebay, craigslist and a few bitcoin retailers; I am looking for mislisted, and or newly listed items.
When an Item comes up at a great rate, I snatch it up.

I said 7970 and meant it: http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-SAPPHIRE-Radeon-HD-7970-Dual-X-3GB-384-bit-GDDR5-111970640G-/171035945619?nma=true&si=UWUaDD7VWiv%252Bs0TCOShX%252Frhq1KE%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
click on the link that says '5 sold' I am the 2nd buyer down. I bought two. Check the offer history, I had to make several offers to find the final price that I wanted. It also helps to buy bulk.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PowerColor-AX7970-3GBD5-2DHV3-Radeon-HD7970-3GB-384-bit-GDDR5-PCI-Video-Card-/330912051619?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item4d0be531a3

there are two of these left, email the buyer and offer them a slightly better price if you buy both. Merry Christmas.

Yeah $360 shipped isn't bad, but the other card only showed 2 people who bought it, both at $390, no $315. But yeah, If I could bump down $360 shipped a little, that would be a great deal. But I don't like buying from non large vendors such as Amazon, simply because there return policy if I don't like anything is hassle, free. They pay for shipping, I get a refund in 3 days. You don't get that luxury with ebay, and craigslist, unfortunately.

But kudos for finding such a good price! If I hadn't orderd x30 7950's already Lol I would have maybe considered a 7970 here or there.
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May 31, 2013, 06:55:47 PM
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Currently getting about 330 Mh/sec on a 7790.
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Currently getting about 330 Mh/sec on a 7790.

Can you please post your settings? Also Wattage if possible.. Thanks.
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