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July 25, 2018, 12:25:52 PM
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Looking for the cost of am octominer Mobo and case, PSU would be nice too but not mandatory. I know a lot of people have liquidated their GPU rigs so I'm hoping someone will have this or similar.

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August 19, 2018, 09:41:37 PM
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Looking for the cost of am octominer Mobo and case, PSU would be nice too but not mandatory. I know a lot of people have liquidated their GPU rigs so I'm hoping someone will have this or similar.

We have an Octominer motherboard with the integrated CPU, 4Gb RAM and a MSATA drive that came with it (I think it was 120 or 128 GB).  We also have a custom frame for it from Spotswood (he sells a variety of mining frames on these forums). This motherboard has been sitting in a box on the shelf for several months now. We never got Linux working well on it, which very well may have been due to a lack of experience with Linux on my part. It boots into Windows but was not stable when mining (my understanding is they are designed for Linux).  Anyways I was always hoping to try it again on Linux once I had some time to study up on it, but I've still not had time to do that.

If you're still looking for one I'd sell this whole kit cheap just to get rid of it since we're going in a different direction now (aiming more towards rendering capable rigs).
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August 19, 2018, 11:58:46 PM
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If the OP is not interested then I might be interested in your equipment.  What are you asking for your rig?

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August 20, 2018, 05:37:11 PM
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Looking for the cost of am octominer Mobo and case, PSU would be nice too but not mandatory. I know a lot of people have liquidated their GPU rigs so I'm hoping someone will have this or similar.

We have an Octominer motherboard with the integrated CPU, 4Gb RAM and a MSATA drive that came with it (I think it was 120 or 128 GB).  We also have a custom frame for it from Spotswood (he sells a variety of mining frames on these forums). This motherboard has been sitting in a box on the shelf for several months now. We never got Linux working well on it, which very well may have been due to a lack of experience with Linux on my part. It boots into Windows but was not stable when mining (my understanding is they are designed for Linux).  Anyways I was always hoping to try it again on Linux once I had some time to study up on it, but I've still not had time to do that.

If you're still looking for one I'd sell this whole kit cheap just to get rid of it since we're going in a different direction now (aiming more towards rendering capable rigs).
Sent a pm, looking forward to your reply. Thanks

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August 21, 2018, 03:43:34 AM
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Looking for the cost of am octominer Mobo and case, PSU would be nice too but not mandatory. I know a lot of people have liquidated their GPU rigs so I'm hoping someone will have this or similar.

We have an Octominer motherboard with the integrated CPU, 4Gb RAM and a MSATA drive that came with it (I think it was 120 or 128 GB).  We also have a custom frame for it from Spotswood (he sells a variety of mining frames on these forums). This motherboard has been sitting in a box on the shelf for several months now. We never got Linux working well on it, which very well may have been due to a lack of experience with Linux on my part. It boots into Windows but was not stable when mining (my understanding is they are designed for Linux).  Anyways I was always hoping to try it again on Linux once I had some time to study up on it, but I've still not had time to do that.

If you're still looking for one I'd sell this whole kit cheap just to get rid of it since we're going in a different direction now (aiming more towards rendering capable rigs).
Sent a pm, looking forward to your reply. Thanks

Sorry for the wait, I just sent a reply now. Thanks
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August 21, 2018, 03:56:25 AM
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If the OP is not interested then I might be interested in your equipment.  What are you asking for your rig?

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I'm waiting to here back from the OP, but if it doesn't work out for him then I'd be happy to do business with you.  I was thinking of $200 for everything with Free shipping in the United States. I'd ship elsewhere but you would have to pay the shipping costs if it's overseas.

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August 21, 2018, 10:32:20 AM
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Sounds good.  If the deal with the OP falls through then I am interested.

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August 21, 2018, 11:47:49 PM
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Just an update to say that I have the sale pending payment via escrow and shipping etc.. with the OP. 
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August 22, 2018, 12:08:27 AM
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I have the same MOBO and frame. Frame was never assembled and MOBO still in original packing. GPU market went to hell right when I got them so i never ordered any cards. I'll cut the same deal if anyone is interested. PM me.

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