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Author Topic: Selling - UK only: Mining Rig with 3 x HD 5870 (1,200+ GH/s)  (Read 969 times)
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July 26, 2011, 02:39:00 PM

/edit 3 Sep 11. Added photo link and returned from 4 weeks out of the UK, so updating post.

I'm selling my fully operational mining rig as I am regularly out of the country, so can't leave it running anymore.

GPUs: 3 x XFX Radeon HD5870 1GB (Single resistor dummy plug on cards 2 and 3)
Motherboard: Intel 975XBX
CPU: Intel E6400 & HSF
PSU: Coolermaster Gold Silent 700W (80+ Gold certified)
RAM: 1 GB Crucial DDR2
Hard Drive: Western Digital SATA 250 GB
DVD: Pioneer IDE A105 slot DVD (not connected, but cables present).
Case: Tower case with exhaust fan at front and rear and two inlet fans blowing air directly onto the 3 graphics cards from holes cut in the case side panel. This keeps the cards cooler than having air blow onto the cards with the case removed.

The HD 5870s run at 920/300 to reduce the heat and power consumption slightly, although they can go higher. They produce over 400 GH/s each with Phoenix using the latest phatk kernel on Windows XP with the 11.6 ATI drivers and SDK, for a total of just over 1,200 GH/s.

I will leave the OS on the hard drive, which is a valid Windows XP install, and will also leave all the configurations set up with just the username and passwords blanked. There are three separate installations of Phoenix for each card, so 9 in total. The batch files are setup for, and The aggression timings have been tuned to maximise the total GH/s for the PC.

£535 collection or £550 inc P&P.

I will accept payment by Paypal, but the price will increase by £10 to partially cover their 3% fee.

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September 03, 2011, 12:44:18 PM

How negotiable are you on the price and will you accept bitcoins if I come and collect?

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September 20, 2011, 03:40:18 PM

I'm looking for a pre built rig in the UK. PM me if this or anything else is available
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October 03, 2011, 06:08:04 PM

is this still available ?
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