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August 25, 2011, 06:22:12 PM

I had a pair of the twin frozer II's that went in under warrenty, and MSI was kind enought to give me a free upgrade (WOOT).  So while I sent in two Twin Frozer II 6950's I got back 2  6950 Twin Frozer III Power Edition/Overclocking addition new in the box (Full retail box at that so all the connectors and dodads and all :-) ).

Neither card has been in a computer yet, I have 3 mining rigs and am downgrading to two rigs, so I don't really need these cards anymore. They go for $387 on amazon right now (

I'll take 300/card + shipping OBO (bitcoins at market rate is an acceptable form of payment :-)...)


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August 30, 2011, 06:40:53 AM

Well you haven't gotten any public offers so I'll suggest the best I can:

I will give you every last cent of my bitcoin wallet (~.03BTC as I've only just started mining) And give you 50% of the profits (while mining) until $310 + 0.07% as interest/waiting compensation= $332 over about 12 months. Okay, well that isn't so good of an offer, but I've tried...

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August 30, 2011, 09:33:22 PM

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