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September 18, 2013, 06:33:00 AM
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Okay.

Also taking orders for Red Fury batch 2, 0.9 BTC each, minimum of 50, delivery 1st to 2nd week of October.

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September 18, 2013, 06:36:04 AM
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sir dabs pa order ako 2 sa first batch tpos mga 4 sa 2nd batch let me know pag okay na po lhat

ckka mga peepz may alam ba kyo mkukunan sa pinas ng hub ? im getting 60 pcs erupter this week eh
kaso wla pa ko hub na mkita dito sa pinas sna may mka 2long !! thanks
hirap kci bumill ng hub mmya di gumana heheh
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September 18, 2013, 08:24:10 AM
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Red Fury Miner for 1.8 BTC, minimum of 10 units. (we have to reach at least 10)
1. balanghai = 2
2. hashmosh = 2
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Red Fury Miner for 0.9 BTC, batch 2, minimum 500, October delivery
1. hashmosh = 4
2. xxaudioxx = 5 (please confirm?)
3. balanghai = 2

Once we reach the target, I will post a bitcoin address. I will also give instructions as to where you can pick up (within Metro Manila only), or if you want it LBC to you (additional charge for that.)

I don't have extra bitcoins, so I can only accept bitcoins as payment and not Philippine Pesos. I will accept pesos through bank deposit (BDO / BPI only) if you want your items shipped instead of pick up. Shipping via LBC should be less than P200 if you have less than 10 units.

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September 18, 2013, 08:57:52 AM
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Sir Dabs, 2 lang muna kasi naka order na ako ng solar panels. Convert ko off grid yung miners ko.
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September 18, 2013, 10:12:53 AM
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Sir Dabs, 2 lang muna kasi naka order na ako ng solar panels. Convert ko off grid yung miners ko.

I don't speak tagalog but I got the solar panel off grid part. That is a bad idea. Solar energy is cheaper and more profitable for the long term and not the short term. The problem with mining nowadays is not electricity cost profitability it is the rapid decline of $/GH price. That is why it is a gamble to even reach ROI on these equipment.

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September 18, 2013, 10:15:40 AM
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Sir Dabs, 2 lang muna kasi naka order na ako ng solar panels. Convert ko off grid yung miners ko.

I don't speak tagalog but I got the solar panel off grid part. That is a bad idea. Solar energy is cheaper and more profitable for the long term and not the short term. The problem with mining nowadays is not electricity cost profitability it is the rapid decline of $/GH price. That is why it is a gamble to even reach ROI on these equipment.

I'm interested to hear more of your opinion. Right now I'm planning to setup a GPU farm alongside ASIC Farm but will be running off grid.
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September 18, 2013, 11:31:34 AM
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Sir Dabs, 2 lang muna kasi naka order na ako ng solar panels. Convert ko off grid yung miners ko.

I don't speak tagalog but I got the solar panel off grid part. That is a bad idea. Solar energy is cheaper and more profitable for the long term and not the short term. The problem with mining nowadays is not electricity cost profitability it is the rapid decline of $/GH price. That is why it is a gamble to even reach ROI on these equipment.

I'm interested to hear more of your opinion. Right now I'm planning to setup a GPU farm alongside ASIC Farm but will be running off grid.

I thought this thread was interesting re: electricity
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281279.0

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September 18, 2013, 11:45:35 AM
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Sir Dabs, 2 lang muna kasi naka order na ako ng solar panels. Convert ko off grid yung miners ko.

I don't speak tagalog but I got the solar panel off grid part. That is a bad idea. Solar energy is cheaper and more profitable for the long term and not the short term. The problem with mining nowadays is not electricity cost profitability it is the rapid decline of $/GH price. That is why it is a gamble to even reach ROI on these equipment.

I'm interested to hear more of your opinion. Right now I'm planning to setup a GPU farm alongside ASIC Farm but will be running off grid.

I thought this thread was interesting re: electricity
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281279.0

Thanks but I know how to do the math. I just wanted to hear more of an economic analysis than technical. And I will be running in solar and wind so the costs are on a different story.
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September 18, 2013, 12:37:56 PM
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While we're talking about reusable energy, it makes more sense (economically) to go for wind power in the Philippines. Yes we are in a tropical country, but the windmills are also cheaper to buy. My brother made an estimate for one unit which costs P100,000 will save you about P3000 per month in electricity. That means a 3 year ROI.

Solar panels are more expensive. And during typhoons, there is no sun. hehehe.

Updated order list. Also, minimum order quantity for batch 2 is 500 units. I will be starting a Group Buy, mainly for the Philippines, but anyone within the region is welcome to join. Anyone world-wide too (although it wouldn't make much sense for them.)

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September 19, 2013, 12:34:14 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=296953

I opened a Group Buy at cheaper prices.

balanghai, hashmosh, if you send payment now, I will try to get the batch 1 shipped to you at batch 2 prices. Big Picture is trying to absorb the cost of batch 1 by merging it with batch 2. So just bump up your order of batch 2. Next week and October is only a week or two of time difference, and 1.8 and 0.9 isn't worth the hassle of computing.

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September 20, 2013, 06:55:15 PM
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Oo bro, Right now pinagaaralan ko yung mga ibang crypto currency scrypts, ang GPU ko parating pa lang he he....bale 4 na MSI 7950 Twin Frozr....may idea ba kayo kung anu pinaka efficient setting nito?

Settings ko sa isang 7950: 1100-1160 GPU (binababa ko to 1100 pag hindi stable), 1600 memory, 1100 vddc, 21712 thread concurrency, 256 worksize, 20 intensity.  Your results may vary, pero 68-70% daw ang optimum ratio ng GPU:memory.


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Bakit yung range ng GPU ko na 7950 ay from 300 to 1100 lang panu ka nag aadjust ng 1160? Tapos yung Memory from 150 to 1575 lang samatalang yung sayo umabot ng 1600 memory? Saka ok pa ba yung temperature na 73degrees parang masyado ng mainit.... pasensya na nag eexperimento pa lang akong magmining....
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September 21, 2013, 12:43:55 AM
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Bakit yung range ng GPU ko na 7950 ay from 300 to 1100 lang panu ka nag aadjust ng 1160? Tapos yung Memory from 150 to 1575 lang samatalang yung sayo umabot ng 1600 memory? Saka ok pa ba yung temperature na 73degrees parang masyado ng mainit.... pasensya na nag eexperimento pa lang akong magmining....

Sapphire Trixx.  Not sure kung gagana sa GPU mo, pero nagagamit ko yun sa lahat ng GPU ko, kahit hindi Sapphire.  82 degs yung 7950 ko, so ok ka pa siguro.  Minsan nga umaabot ng 90 pag nakakalimutan ko i-set muna yung fan to 100% fixed.  Binabaan ko pala to 1155 yung GPU clock, kasi last week madalas bumitaw nung nasa 1160, sayang naman kung bumaba to 430 yung hashrate nang hindi ko alam.

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September 21, 2013, 02:04:25 AM
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Sir BTCscraper

Kumusta yung scrypt mining mo ngayon? Standby muna sakin kc bumigay PSU. Andun pa sa supplier parang papalitan yata nila.
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September 21, 2013, 07:36:35 AM
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thinking of selling my BE's
posting it here before in Sulit/tipid

12 pcs BE with boxes (11 black 1 red)
1 10-port Bigtech usb hub
1 5v 5A power Adapter
7 very small heatsinks

Offers in bitcoin/php accepted. meetups also.

[edit]decided keep it for a little while longer[/edit]
[edit]+ordered 5v 20A PSU[/edit]

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September 21, 2013, 07:45:40 AM
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Sir BTCscraper

Kumusta yung scrypt mining mo ngayon? Standby muna sakin kc bumigay PSU. Andun pa sa supplier parang papalitan yata nila.

Medyo mabagal ngayon.  Moved to hashco.ws, and for my 1.8 mh/s total, I've gotten 0.15471128 in the past 6 payouts.  Best day was today at 0.0320899, worst day was my first payout which was .02249591.  May mga araw na bumibitaw yung ibang cards while mining, hindi ko sigurado kung hashcows problem or card stability problem kasi laging nangyayari habang nasa labas ako.

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September 22, 2013, 01:27:53 AM
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Just saying Hello Kabayan Smiley

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September 22, 2013, 01:30:42 AM
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Just saying Hello Kabayan Smiley
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Welcome to BitcoinTalk Mike. Smiley

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September 22, 2013, 07:51:11 AM
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@BTCScraper.. thanks uli sa risers and nice meeting u btw Smiley

@Balanghai.. magso-solar ka ba... san ka magpu-purchase ng panels, meron din ba sila for wind turbine setup?
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September 22, 2013, 09:23:21 AM
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Uy, bili na kayo ng mga Blue Fury USB miners. (name changed to blue, kasi ibang kulay ang gagamitin.)

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September 22, 2013, 09:24:55 AM
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@BTCScraper.. thanks uli sa risers and nice meeting u btw Smiley

@Balanghai.. magso-solar ka ba... san ka magpu-purchase ng panels, meron din ba sila for wind turbine setup?

I'm opting for the 40w panels ng cdrking. Ang wind turbine ko DIY lang. Using a truck's alternator then governor gear and belt para sa blades.

Hoping to set this up this last week. Medyo may bagyo pa sa labas medyo mahirap mag experiment.
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