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September 19, 2017, 06:55:25 PM
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have you purchase a mining rig from amazon ? How was the process ?

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September 19, 2017, 07:14:36 PM
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September 19, 2017, 07:37:41 PM
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have you purchase a mining rig from amazon ? How was the process ?

a gpu rig or a bitcoin asic mining rig?

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September 22, 2017, 06:42:21 PM
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Do your research on amazon before purchasing an asic/gpu.  Prime or fulfillment by amazon, no worries.  "just launched" sellers be skeptic theses days.  ALways check out the sellers history and try to contact new sellers before purchase.  If they don't respond to a buyers question they probably won't ship a listed product.  You do always have the A-Z warranty but you do have to typically wait until every possibility of a product arriving if a seller has not been delisted or storefront disabled prior.  There are legit sellers on amazon and their history will reflect that, but when those sellers have items they typically go quick.
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September 27, 2017, 10:18:46 AM
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Amazon is good all-round. The only problem I saw was the price. Maybe I haven't looked for a very long time, but it seemes to me taht you can find distributors with better price options. However you need to watch out for scam. But if you are alright with a little overpriced items for the guarantee of security - go for it 100%.
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September 27, 2017, 10:31:29 AM
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Amazon is good all-round. The only problem I saw was the price. Maybe I haven't looked for a very long time, but it seemes to me taht you can find distributors with better price options. However you need to watch out for scam. But if you are alright with a little overpriced items for the guarantee of security - go for it 100%.

A little bit overpriced? It's not a little bit. There are some fair priced items, but to be honest, it's only the case for "Only 3 left in stock - order soon." type of situation, when they drop prices significantly. Otherwise, the margin on distribution via amazon is quite high.

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September 27, 2017, 10:42:54 AM
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Purchasing thru Amazon should be ok as long as the seller is Amazon itself. If that is not the case, orders fulfilled by stores like Newegg are fine too if being offered on the Amazon site. Be wary however of newer sellers with less than 10 reviews on them, even though it is good. Always look for reputable sellers with at least 2 years of experience selling online since those ones are easier to talk to and they have an easier time fulfilling orders.

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September 27, 2017, 11:42:42 AM
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Price hunting is always best. R/buildapcsales on reddit is a place where you can skim for deals, Newegg is a nice one if you want to pay in BTC. Never buy a rig, but buy parts to make one yourself for best value. Amazon often doesn't have the lowest price and hunting can save you a lot.














 

 

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September 27, 2017, 12:21:06 PM
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If you're building something for bitcoin mining this advice is basically impossible to follow.

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September 27, 2017, 03:12:54 PM
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If you're building something for bitcoin mining this advice is basically impossible to follow.
The thread sidetracked into Altcoin territory (so this should be moved) but that advice does apply for just alts. Bitcoin mining with rigs is now impossible for any sort of profit, though. Question was a little ambiguous.














 

 

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September 29, 2017, 09:29:51 AM
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I guess the conclusion here would be:
if you want to buy from amazon - choose a seller, who's been on the market for a while. But be prepared to overpay for the whole convenience.
If you don't want to overpay - good luck searching.

but, here is what bugs me
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Never buy a rig, but buy parts to make one yourself for best value. Amazon often doesn't have the lowest price and hunting can save you a lot.

Suggesting people to build there own from parts isn't always the best advice. Many people simply don't want anything to do with assembly (me personally). There is a type of people who when touch technology - just destroy it. Although it might be cheaper overall, but there is also a price on your time and mental wellbeing.

Every time I try to assemble anything with myown hands, I end up screaming "pendejo!!!"
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October 02, 2017, 02:44:27 PM
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I agree with  Ign08 about not wanting to assemble your own miner from parts. I'm willing to pay a bit more to save myself some nerves, they have their own price, you know.

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Every time I try to assemble anything with myown hands, I end up screaming "pendejo!!!"

I feel you. Some of us are born with a curse - cannot tinker with electric or mechanical equipment, for our own and everyones else sakes.

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October 04, 2017, 11:03:32 AM
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have you purchase a mining rig from amazon ? How was the process ?
I think it's better to build your own rig, I buy several rigs in a local shop and it's cheaper if you assemble by your self

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October 04, 2017, 11:33:18 AM
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Love amazon for assistance , i think is the best for shopping , but price is high .

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October 04, 2017, 12:22:14 PM
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I guess the conclusion here would be:
if you want to buy from amazon - choose a seller, who's been on the market for a while. But be prepared to overpay for the whole convenience.
If you don't want to overpay - good luck searching.

but, here is what bugs me
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Never buy a rig, but buy parts to make one yourself for best value. Amazon often doesn't have the lowest price and hunting can save you a lot.

Suggesting people to build there own from parts isn't always the best advice. Many people simply don't want anything to do with assembly (me personally). There is a type of people who when touch technology - just destroy it. Although it might be cheaper overall, but there is also a price on your time and mental wellbeing.

Every time I try to assemble anything with myown hands, I end up screaming "pendejo!!!"
I suck at assembling furniture and all those things other people are good at like puzzles, but computer hardware is truly made to be pretty user friendly. Most things just slide in place, and the most difficult thing for most people is cable management and properly spreading the thermal compound correctly. By buying prebuilts you pay (in my opinion) an unreasonable amount of money for assembly that takes a few minutes. It’s your choice in the end, but mining is about profits and prebuilts cut into that, no?














 

 

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October 04, 2017, 06:25:46 PM
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Bough few rigs from amazon, no problems at all, as always.
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October 08, 2017, 12:54:57 PM
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Lots of items on amazon are very overpriced.
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October 08, 2017, 10:27:05 PM
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Never bought any mining rigs off amazon, but I have saved a boatload purchasing things on amazon by trading btc for amazon gift cards.  For a while I was charging 50% but I didn't have a lot of hits, but I had enough hits to cover some random pricey things I needed for business that I was in no rush to obtain.  Main thing was to not use your main account and used a disposable account to check and load the gift card balances.  Not for the faint of heart though, its risky for sure especially if your new at it.
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October 09, 2017, 08:03:10 PM
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Lots of items on amazon are very overpriced.

Bought a USB asic for $10 more on their web site. They didn't take credit card only btc or ltc. Also bought on amazon because they will stand by if the seller is shady. You pay a premium if you have low trust but want assurance.
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October 27, 2017, 09:34:01 AM
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First of all check, the seller info contact him to make sure if he is reachable. Most of the rings are Overpriced.
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