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Author Topic: (GLBSE?) or (LOAN wanted) Want to keep 800 Mhash/S mining at 1.375 $/Mhash  (Read 902 times)
El Cabron
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October 22, 2011, 11:46:51 AM

Hello everyone.

TL:DR     Need $1100 so I don't have to sell two almost new 6990s.

I have a very small mining farm already set up. However after learning about being able to use the 1x PCI slots to mine I have found out that it would be better for me cost wise to use these slots with more cheaper cards rather than the dual 6990s using just 16x pci slots (higher Mhash/S per $). What I have done is borrow $1100 and used that to buy 7x 5830, 1x 5770, 1x 5850, and 1x 5950. Now to pay this $1100 back I need to sell my two almost new 6990s. These cards have a 3 year warranty and it would be a shame to sell them on ebay. Also I have more than two slots ready (I have an empty extra rigs) for the 6990s so I would basically have to give up 800 Mhs/S at 1.375$ per Mhs/S. I do not want to do this however unless I find funding I will have to give them up.

I am open to all ideas you might have to let me keep one ($550) or both ($1100) of the cards. Ideas I have thought of is to sell shares of the mining farm on GLBSE and pay out a percentage of my bitcoins that come in. I am also open to operating these cards for someone for a fee. You would have to buy the cards from me and then I would direct the Mhash to where ever you want it to go. I would even give you control over the rig if you wanted. I am also open to loan ideas. I am open to anything that will let me keep the cards mining and help me make some money.

This might appeal to people who are willing to invest but do not have the technical expertise or the time to run their own rigs. Also this might appeal to people who have a higher electrical cost of .1375$ after tax. I am also willing to pay a percent on money loaned or dividends on coins if people want a return on cash. I am willing to sell a percent of the mining farm as well, the value is already here in the cards and rigs.

I know there is a high rate of trolls and scammers on this site. I am new to the forum but I am not new to bitcoin. If you think I am a scammer or a troll please do not post in my thread this is only for people who are interested in this. If you are not interested I understand, I do not expect anything to work out with this however it was worth my time to write this out and give it a shot. If anyone is interested I will post photos of everything I have, my 1000 100% positive rating on Ebay, Video of the rigs working, access to my mining pool accounts so you can see how long I have mined. Anything you need.

I will be doing merged mining, I have high powered fan cooling (not AC!), I underclock the memmory to 300mhz, and over clock the core. I am looking into under volting as well. I will mine the CPU alt coins when it is worth doing so.

This is what my farm has currently plus the two 6990s...

2x 5770     (240w)   (360mhs)
7x 5830     (980w)   (2310mhs)
16x 5850      (2500w)  (5760mhs)
1x 5970     (300w)    (800mhs)

1x 650w
4x 700w
1x 800w
2x 850w

all bronze 80+ or better

1x 555
5x 955
2x i3 2120


2x msi p67a-gd80   (3x 16pci 2x 1pci)
4x msi 870a-g46   (2x 16pci 1x 1pci)
1x asus m4a79xtd evo  (2x 16pci 2x 1pci)
1x giabyte ga880ga-ud3h  (2x 16pci 2x 1pci)

I have extender cables for the 1xpci and 6 for the 16 pci

I have 8 large cases with lots of fans for the computers as well

I will be sending the 6990s with my family to the USA soon to cover my debt so if we are to work something out it will have to be quick. I am open to all ideas that you have. Thank you for your time.

Sorry El Cabron, you are banned from posting or sending personal messages on this forum.
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