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July 07, 2011, 05:57:02 PM

Time to auction off my one-month-old PowerColor 6990, the card has surprisingly never been overclocked, and never been used to mine except for the couple of times I was helping a friend diagnose issues with his mining pool, I would estimate that it's been mined with for a grand total of maybe ten minutes. All accessories are also included, most of them never used.

Bidding starts at 40BTC. Please note that I live in Sweden, and as such the shipping costs will be higher than you would expect from a US-based seller. My estimate is that shipping is around 2-3BTC at current rate.

Pictures (including one with my name on a post-it note) can be found at:

Please note that I am in no rush to sell this card, and I will rather keep it if I cannot sell it for more than 40BTC.
Oh, and if you didn't know this already; this card can almost drown out the noise of my vacuum-cleaner, on the odd occasion I happen to be running a benchmark while cleaning my room.
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July 07, 2011, 06:10:56 PM

I can confirm that this is as a trusted and serious seller, as i know him IRL.
He is involved in our bitcoinpool - aswell.

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