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September 25, 2013, 06:15:42 PM
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What do you do with your FPGAs as bitcoin mining isn't profitable anymore?
Have you switched to other currencies?
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September 25, 2013, 06:22:14 PM
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What do you do with your FPGAs as bitcoin mining isn't profitable anymore?
Have you switched to other currencies?

I used them on Zetacoin....I still need to get my software installed since ive wiped my pc....they still make some money...compared to GPU at least even if its miniscule.  im overclocking my two though so i get like 800 MHash for a mere 50 Watts.  However I need to figure out how to configure stratum to work with them...I'm using MPBM what software are you using?  I'm reccomending asic coin or tek coin.

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September 25, 2013, 07:34:04 PM
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If you have 10 or more with power supplies and USB cables, I will buy them from you for my RSA-1024 factoring challenge.

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September 25, 2013, 07:38:45 PM
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I have two....bought them for 350 a peice each - I'm obviously attached to them but would part ways with them for half price - 175 a peice if interested.  Sorry I know you can find a better deal elsewhere, but this is what I'm willing to sell mine for.

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September 25, 2013, 07:54:57 PM
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What do you do with your FPGAs as bitcoin mining isn't profitable anymore?
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I've sold them to people who are using them for other compute needs.  The FPGA boards are still worth something as FPGA boards, and based on eBay this seems to be on the order of ~$150 per 1.15y.

If you have 10 or more with power supplies and USB cables, I will buy them from you for my RSA-1024 factoring challenge.

What are you willing to pay?  I know of a few more quad ztex boards for sale (blend of real and clone).

Need high quality, rack mountable GPU clusters for OpenCL work or password auditing?  http://www.stricture-group.com/
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September 25, 2013, 08:00:56 PM
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I have two....bought them for 350 a peice each - I'm obviously attached to them but would part ways with them for half price - 175 a peice if interested.  Sorry I know you can find a better deal elsewhere, but this is what I'm willing to sell mine for.

I would then recommend holding unto them for mining SHA-2 or non-scrypt  based alt-coins. Hopefully, you may come across a coin that has a high exchange rate.

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September 25, 2013, 08:11:11 PM
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What do you do with your FPGAs as bitcoin mining isn't profitable anymore?
Have you switched to other currencies?

I've sold them to people who are using them for other compute needs.  The FPGA boards are still worth something as FPGA boards, and based on eBay this seems to be on the order of ~$150 per 1.15y.

If you have 10 or more with power supplies and USB cables, I will buy them from you for my RSA-1024 factoring challenge.

What are you willing to pay?  I know of a few more quad ztex boards for sale (blend of real and clone).

I purchased a few from eBay  averaging  between $135 - $145 each with power supplies, cables, and shipping included. I do not like buying a few at a time because it is too time consuming. I prefer to purchase a batch of 50 or more.

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September 25, 2013, 08:22:34 PM
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Fair.  I've been selling clusters of 30-40 for a while, but am now nearly out of boards. Smiley

Need high quality, rack mountable GPU clusters for OpenCL work or password auditing?  http://www.stricture-group.com/
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