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July 25, 2013, 07:10:22 PM
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Hi folks,

My credits for sale thread (linked in sig) was getting a bit of a mess. Gonna try and be clear and simple here.

What I've got:

48 BFL Chip credits worth $1200 face value total, representing approx 60GH worth of hashing. In 3 units of 16 credit packs worth $400 or ~20GH each.  

What I want:

About 1200 "hash points"  worth in hardware in trade for the lot or 400 "hash points" per pack of 16.

"hash points" are somewhat notional SHA or scrypt mega or kilo hash numbers maybe adjusted up or down a little according to desirability of card/item to me, it's just a bit of a coincidence that they seem to match with face value of coupons, due to heavy discount.

Got plenty of ASICs on order but would still like some cheap GPUs to mess with altcoins..

HD5850s I will take at 400HP per
HD5830s I will take at 300HP per
HD6870s I will take at 300HP per
HD6850s I will take at 200HP per max of 2
HD5770s I will take at 200HP per max of 2

Will take "needs fan" or "mines but won't game" for 100HP less, cards that might be higher HP or unlisted cards considered but subject to negotiation.


CPUs I could use with notional HP value to me, one of each only required..

Phenom II X4 95W or under, AM3 200HP
Core 2 Duo 2.2Ghz or faster 65W, 1066 or 800Mhz FSB. non-wolfdale, 200HP
Pentium D socket 775 100HP
Pentium 4HT socket 478 faster than 3 Ghz 100HP


Motherboards, with notional HP value, one only of each required.

Socket 775 or AM2/2+ DDR2 ATX board with 2 or 3 PCIe GPU slots. 300HP 2 slots, 400HP 3 slots
Edit: Or a socket 939 SLI board with CPU and RAM for 300HP or consider others with low end CPU included, just only have CPUs for above.
"any" AM2 board that supports a 125W CPU 200HP


Other stuff, well if you've got stuff I want to the value of over half the 400 for a pack, or don't quite have the points for the three packs, I'll consider other items for top up, maybe 16MB flash 50, 32Mb 100, 500gb HDD 100 etc, or DDR2 or large stick DDR RAM, which I'll get around to using, but not in actual want of right now. I just didn't wanna get offered a bucket full of USB drives.

I am in Canada, I'm expecting to deal inside North America, USPS shipping to me in Ontario should not be a much different than across US. I pay any customs taxes/fees at my end.

regards,

Flash.



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July 26, 2013, 06:32:22 PM
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I'll bid $1200 worth of BFL chip credits for 2 of them. 48 credits, $25 discount per chip each. (3x16)

or for odd and interesting trades, I've got a rare '60s tinplate toy collectible for all 3, or arcade boards for one, a galaga bootleg set and a Ms Pacman, I think, unable to test those and a ROM may be missing off the galaga, so not recommended unless you're "into" that. (Fully working and guaranteed they'd be sold at a couple of hundred or so each from specialist online store) If you're into gold, I could probably get together 2 grams of recoverable scrap in old CPUs, (As determined by online sources) for one card.

Well I'll stop there or it will get increasingly bizarre Cheesy


Hey Flash, I've still got my 7950's we were talking about last week? Interested?

Definently interested in BFL Chip credits, but will hear your list of bizarre wares as well.  PM Me.


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July 26, 2013, 10:49:36 PM
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deal pending with dddbtc

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August 01, 2013, 12:10:14 AM
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Deal unpending I guess...

I've been debating selling my three Sapphire HD7950's to a friend for $600 cash.  Now that I found about middlecoin, I'm not so sure about that offer. I'm going to mine on this pool for a week and decide if GPU mining is still worth it to me or not.

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August 21, 2013, 11:17:57 AM
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Bump, offer me some offers, the PCB projects for these seem to have made good progress, and the word is that the chip batch ordered to cover these are 30 days or less off.

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