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October 18, 2011, 05:33:17 AM
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I've decided the time has come to sell my Bitcoin mining rigs. The reason for the sale is that I just moved, and I don't have room for the machines at my new place. All hardware was actively used for mining and I've generated well over 500+ BTC with this setup.

I have the following items for sale:

GPU
(1) BFG Tech GeForce 7900 GS - 256MB - $30

MOBO
ASUS P6T LGA1366 Motherboard w/ Cooler Master V8 HSF - $125

RAM
12GB Corsair Dominator RAM (6x2GB, Triple Channel) - $150

PSU
CORSAIR Professional Series Gold AX1200 PSU - $225
Corsair 750TX 750w PSU - $75

HDD
80GB Intel X25-M SSD (G2) - $125
OCZ 60GB Vertex SSD - $60

FAN
(3) Scythe DFS123812-3000 "ULTRA KAZE" 120mm Fan- $8 each (2 for $15, 3 for $20)
(5) Generic 80mm Fans

CASE
(1) MyOpenPC Test Bench (stackable version)
(1) Chieftec Dragon Case (green)
(1) Old CompUSA brand Mid-Tower ATX Case (black) - $30



An example of the Chieftec case color:

































The GPU's and MSI MOBO will come with their original boxes, including all original cables and connectors. (If you wish) However, I'm missing an original box for *one* of the Sapphire 6990's. I can also leave the mining rig together if you'd like to buy the complete system. I'm currently using Ubuntu Linux as a platform on the SSD, and I'd be happy to help the buyer with setting up the correct shell scripts. As it sits now, the rigs will automatically begin mining on startup using various shell scripts. (Which can be easily modified)

Make me offers on items. At this time, I'm only accepting payment from *CONFIRMED* Paypal accounts.

Thanks,
Ace
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October 18, 2011, 01:27:20 PM
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102927
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October 18, 2011, 01:56:41 PM
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  Thanks, nice to know. Except Newegg still will not accept our BTC......

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October 18, 2011, 03:08:25 PM
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October 18, 2011, 10:17:41 PM
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true but places like bitegg.net do so its not hard to convert the money...
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October 18, 2011, 10:23:37 PM
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true but places like bitegg.net do so its not hard to convert the money...

  Apparently my point went right over your head...
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     http://bitegg.net/buy.php
  You didn't enter a Bitcoin Return address. This means if something happens (which it won't) and I can't get you your giftcard, I can't send your bitcoins back.

298.4BTC for a 689.USD Newegg.com Giftcard
Pay with WalletBit:
Send 298.4BTC Directly To:
114v1jEqrkdnDSGCLzKHiT3CLBRUmMDqkC
   


 Which is right now at 2.56$ per BTC =  $763.904   Which is a 10.84% markup......  Kiss

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October 19, 2011, 03:11:25 AM
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Open to offers bump!
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October 19, 2011, 09:10:35 PM
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I need this stuff gone!
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October 19, 2011, 09:22:28 PM
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5 Dual Cards, 5 card board, no references, no explanation for the fallacy.

fishy

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October 19, 2011, 10:36:06 PM
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5 Dual Cards, 5 card board, no references, no explanation for the fallacy.

fishy

  Failure to read properly.   fishy

  "Within this post I have 1 complete rig for sale, but 2 of the GPU's were used in a machine that is not for sale."  Then he only suggest the 'other' board which he is selling can host 5. Which it can, 6 actually counting the 1x Pci-e x1 socket; http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130274   Nothing fishy about making sales points for items that are for sale individually.....


  None the less, as always, anyone should handle their busniess by researhcing appropriatly. And, recalling those wonderful reading comprehension skills they taught us all in grade school.  Kiss'


   Cheers

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October 20, 2011, 01:13:39 AM
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5 Dual Cards, 5 card board, no references, no explanation for the fallacy.

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Hey n00b - feel free to read my eBay feedback here: http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=acejam2k&ftab=AllFeedback
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October 20, 2011, 01:21:24 AM
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Pictures moved to the first post!
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October 20, 2011, 01:24:57 AM
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 Pretty pictures, you forgot your name written in atleast one though. ;p I don't care, butt hat will be the first thing someone points out.

  The first thing I wanna point out though, is that nifty clear, plastic base supporting the cards, mobo, psu, etc. Did you make that yourself? That's pretty damn spiffy, imho.

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October 20, 2011, 01:25:52 AM
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Pretty pictures, you forgot your name written in atleast one though. ;p I don't care, butt hat will be the first thing someone points out.

  The first thing I wanna point out though, is that nifty clear, plastic base supporting the cards, mobo, psu, etc. Did you make that yourself? That's pretty damn spiffy, imho.

Oh...you mean the one propped up on 2 HDD's ? lolz
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October 20, 2011, 01:28:09 AM
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Pretty pictures, you forgot your name written in atleast one though. ;p I don't care, butt hat will be the first thing someone points out.

  The first thing I wanna point out though, is that nifty clear, plastic base supporting the cards, mobo, psu, etc. Did you make that yourself? That's pretty damn spiffy, imho.

Oh...you mean the one propped up on 2 HDD's ? lolz

 Lol, yea. Cheesy maybe, but I think its pretty damn neat. Especially if you cut the plastic yourself. Thats a pain in the ass to do neatly without access to some nice equip for it.

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October 20, 2011, 04:48:20 AM
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Pretty pictures, you forgot your name written in atleast one though. ;p I don't care, butt hat will be the first thing someone points out.

  The first thing I wanna point out though, is that nifty clear, plastic base supporting the cards, mobo, psu, etc. Did you make that yourself? That's pretty damn spiffy, imho.

The plastic piece is the base of the MyOpenPC test bench that I have for sale with this rig. It's jacked up in one corner using 2 HDD's because I had to remove the backing support, since it only has room for ~7 PCI slots on the back. However, this backing piece is also directly connected to the stand leg for that corner. Therefore, I had to find other means to keep this corner jacked up.

Here's a link to the case on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/MYOPENPC-Transparent-Computer-Mainboards-compatible/dp/B003CTR3ME
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October 20, 2011, 01:06:43 PM
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Pretty pictures, you forgot your name written in atleast one though. ;p I don't care, butt hat will be the first thing someone points out.

  The first thing I wanna point out though, is that nifty clear, plastic base supporting the cards, mobo, psu, etc. Did you make that yourself? That's pretty damn spiffy, imho.

The plastic piece is the base of the MyOpenPC test bench that I have for sale with this rig. It's jacked up in one corner using 2 HDD's because I had to remove the backing support, since it only has room for ~7 PCI slots on the back. However, this backing piece is also directly connected to the stand leg for that corner. Therefore, I had to find other means to keep this corner jacked up.

Here's a link to the case on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/MYOPENPC-Transparent-Computer-Mainboards-compatible/dp/B003CTR3ME

  Ahhhh, thanks for the reply, m8. With a dremel and a few choice attachements that backing issue cold be remedied. Still pretty nifty, none the less.


     Cheers

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October 20, 2011, 11:47:06 PM
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just a note...
if u buy a 6990 second hand... you don't have any warranty with it.
so $700 for a video card that may die in a week.. month... year...
a bit much...
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October 21, 2011, 03:15:05 AM
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just a note...
if u buy a 6990 second hand... you don't have any warranty with it.
so $700 for a video card that may die in a week.. month... year...
a bit much...


Make me an offer. Smiley
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October 21, 2011, 08:52:43 AM
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Whats was your hashrate and what would you take for the whole setup?
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