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July 08, 2018, 03:19:38 AM
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I stopped mining, Nicehash wasn't profitable enough with my electricity rate anymore.  I have 9 EVGA 1060s and a Zotac 1060, all 3GB, all in excellent condition.  I want to sell them all.  I also have 2 Corsair 850 power supplies, and 2 HP Server 1200 watt PSUs with breakout boards and power cables.  All gear is near-new and never overclocked or modded.  2 Gigabyte motherboards, Pentium Dual Cores, stock coolers.  4GB of RAM per board.

USA seller, Western Pennsylvania location.

I see a ton of 1060s on ebay, and I could list mine there, but I'd rather not lose 10% to ebay fees on top of the discount price I'll probably have to let them go for.
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July 08, 2018, 05:12:08 PM
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how much you asking?
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB SSC GAMING ACX          $279  Newegg
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 Mini, ZT-P10610A               $229  Newegg

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I guess I'd be ok with $210 per GPU, since they are used but work fine.  $100 per power supply (Corsair 850 and Corsair 950), Maybe $175 per motherboard/cpu/RAM combo (gigabyte board with 4GB and Pentium dual core), $25 per HP 1200 watt server PSU and both breakout boards with all their power cables for $100.  I'll throw in the hard drives with Windows 8 already loaded and running if someone buys the whole deal in one shot.

All in, for 9 GPUs and everything to make it turn key, that adds up to $2590.  I spent significantly more to get it all together.

Will take cash or bitcoin, you can come see all the gear running if you're in my area.
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