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August 13, 2011, 03:08:08 AM
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I have 5 mining rigs that are comprised of 1000watt power supply MSI mobo sata hdd 1gb ram 2 PCI extenders so the cards dont kiss each other and 4x5830s running at around ~1300mhash each. Price is 1300 each ships from US and accept paypal,dwolla transfer or BTC. Windows installed, logmein software installed, afterburner installed with clocks setup and guiminer. Rig is ready to go, just turn on and put it which pool you would like to mine at.
 
I have 1 mining rig that is same specs as above but with 5850s so it produces around 1400-1500mhash. Price is 1400 for this one.

PM or post below if interested. Attached is a picture of the rigs, they aren't in a case but that helps for heat related things.

http://i.imgur.com/4WwA8.jpg
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August 13, 2011, 03:35:43 AM
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I should design you a case lol

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August 13, 2011, 03:53:35 AM
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Haha i thought about getting a case but with the current setup all the cards run under 70 degrees so its optimal
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August 13, 2011, 03:59:00 AM
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Haha i thought about getting a case but with the current setup all the cards run under 70 degrees so its optimal

D: making me sad lol I want to make more cases haha

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August 13, 2011, 03:01:24 PM
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Seems a bit expensive considering you can pick up 95% of that stuff today for a lot less. The only thing you have going for you is the fact that 5830's have not been available for awhile. I might be wrong but the cost brand new for what you listed (excluding the 5830's) is ~$559. That means your charging around 185 per 5830 which is horrible. You'd be better off buying the 6870 (the exact same card that requires less power) for $150 right now and they are available.
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August 13, 2011, 06:32:00 PM
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Seems a bit expensive considering you can pick up 95% of that stuff today for a lot less. The only thing you have going for you is the fact that 5830's have not been available for awhile. I might be wrong but the cost brand new for what you listed (excluding the 5830's) is ~$559. That means your charging around 185 per 5830 which is horrible. You'd be better off buying the 6870 (the exact same card that requires less power) for $150 right now and they are available.

I shouldve put part numbers and stuff. Total cost for each of the 5850 rigs was around 1050 and then i added on a little for shipping and for installing windows license and all the goodies there. The 5850 was around 1100 so same thing there. I was thinking $1 per mhash was reasonable...
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August 13, 2011, 07:06:30 PM
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I shouldve put part numbers and stuff. Total cost for each of the 5850 rigs was around 1050 and then i added on a little for shipping and for installing windows license and all the goodies there. The 5850 was around 1100 so same thing there. I was thinking $1 per mhash was reasonable...
I was pretty accurate with my estimate then for the 5830 rig if you paid 130 per 5830 (I guessed 559+520=1,079). Considering your selling used you shouldn't be marking up the price 250 dollars. You can find every part in your comp right now or an equivalent alternative for the 1050 price brand new. As for setting up the os ect any one who is buying a caseless rig should be well aware how to do this with ease.
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August 14, 2011, 11:08:43 PM
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Haha thanks for helping me make a sale :p

Price lowered. 5850 rigs 1100. 5830 Rig. 1000.
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