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October 17, 2013, 06:16:17 PM

I just got some 60 USB erupters setup as a farm, which is running VERY stable, with no issues whatsoever.  Each USB erupter has an extra heatsink attached to it to improve cooling, and is verified to be operating at 335~336MH/s

60x brand new v3.0 Sapphire Erupters (paid 0.15 BTC each, includes original cases)
1x 40a 5v Regulated power supply w/ adjustable voltage (120~240v)
4x 10-port Rosewill USB hubs
4x 10-port generic USB hubs
2x USB fans

I was going to overclock these as apart of a project, but something came up and I no longer have any time for this.  All equipment is less than 1 month old, and in use for less than 2 weeks.  

Asking 6.0 btc obo for everything, w/ free ship inside 48-states.  Intl shipping avail, but actual shipping must be paid.  I also accept paypal, etc.

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October 17, 2013, 11:19:56 PM

Will buy 20 USB ASIC sticks that I will be giving away to co-workers for $50.00 verified paypal, shipped with tracking number.

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