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September 11, 2018, 05:51:48 PM
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Hello everyone!

First I know this is a noob account, seems my primary has been taken and sadly cannot recover it. I can verify some of the public address in the post history to prove it is me. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=335173.

We are downsizing some of our operations and have the following ready to sell.

The rigs are turn key ready to mine in the current configuration. I have several more GPU's however I need to verify the amounts. I also will give discounts to bulk purchases. We can negotiate shipping or local pickup. I will add pictures once I get home.

Photo: https://ibb.co/g56zzp

Miner 1:
2x hp psu and 2x x7 break out boards
1 550W Roswell psu
8gb ram asus
z270 MB
4 MSI 1080TI
2 asus styx 1080TI
128gb ssd win 10 pro

$3,600 (current configuration)

 
MINER 2:
1 hp psu and x7 breakout board 1
Corsair hx1000i psu
msi x1070A gaming pro carbon MB
8gb ram
7x aurora 1080ti
64gb ssd win 10 pro

$4,100 (current configuration)

 
MINER 3:
1 hp psu x7 breakout board
1 Corsair rm1000x psu
8gb ram asus
Asus z270MB
2 aurora 1080ti
5 Gigabyte 1080TI
KINGSTON 128gb ssd win 10 pro

$3,600 (current configuration)
 
MINER 4:
Corsair Hx 1000i psu
6 1060 msi
8GB RAM
64gb ssd win 10 pro
msi z170A
$1,400 (current configuration)
 
Miner 6:
Corsair rm1000x
8gb ram
msi z270
1060
2 msi
2 Gigabyte
1 Asus styx
1 extreme gaming
Linux USB drive NVoc
led screen
$1,300 (current configuration)
 
Miner 7:
seasonic 1050mx
6 1070 GB
8 Gb ram
Linux usb NVoc
led screen
Asus x270A
$1,900 (current configuration)
 
Miner 8:
Corsair rm1000x
6 msi 1060
asus z270
8gb ram
128 gb ssd
(7 slots case)
$1,300 (current configuration)

After several interests, I have included parts and prices below.

Individual parts and prices below. Shipping will be negotiate depending on size of order and location. Will also give discounts on large orders.
1080ti
MSI-$500
Gigabyte $525
AORUS -$525
Asus-$550

1070ti-$350

1070-$275

1060-$175

8GB RAM (each are 2x 4GB)-$70

MSI z270-$100 ($125with win 10 pro)
Asus Z270A-$125($150with win 10 pro)
msi z170A-$100 ($125with win 10 pro)

64gb SSD-$25

128GB SSD-$50

HP 850/1200w with break out board and 6 cables $65

Corsair hx1000i-$125
Corsair rm1000x-$100
seasonic 1050mx-$125

Other hardware:
3750 Cisco v2 poe 48-$90
pfsense sg3100-$325
rig resetter (includes all parts, cables) $175

For the following throw some prices out.
Spare Parts:

3 rareritan managed pdu DPXR20A30L6
12 pci risers various versions
3 breakout boards v.6
8gb ram
120gb ssd
4 72A130BMhen02 dumb PDUs Spectrum power management
1 psu cross-connector
2 hp psu serveral
several dozen hp psu cables
lots of pdu and psu cables
extra gpu rack 1 (6 or 7 slots)
masterflow 25ft class 1 insulated duct work NIB
3 Hicfm blowers/associated duct work
1 growing tent
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September 12, 2018, 04:25:24 PM
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What are the details on the growing tent?

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September 12, 2018, 05:59:37 PM
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What are the details on the growing tent?

It is enough to hold a 3 shelf metal or plastic rack for the rigs. I can get pictures of it but do not recall the exact dimensions.
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September 13, 2018, 11:10:04 PM
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What are the details on the growing tent?

It is enough to hold a 3 shelf metal or plastic rack for the rigs. I can get pictures of it but do not recall the exact dimensions.

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September 14, 2018, 05:03:15 AM
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I'm confused because at one point you say that you are not interested in parting out your rigs, but then immediately under that you mention the prices for each part. I would be interested in purchasing a 1080ti (or multiple, depending on the price). Seems like the best ROI for any of your rigs for a potential customer would be somewhere around two-years if they're lucky. You should consider dropping the prices and parting out your GPUs individually, as this will drive the most interest your way.

What is the lowest you would be willing to accept for any brand of 1080ti? What fan configuration do they have?

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I'm confused because at one point you say that you are not interested in parting out your rigs, but then immediately under that you mention the prices for each part. I would be interested in purchasing a 1080ti (or multiple, depending on the price). Seems like the best ROI for any of your rigs for a potential customer would be somewhere around two-years if they're lucky. You should consider dropping the prices and parting out your GPUs individually, as this will drive the most interest your way.

What is the lowest you would be willing to accept for any brand of 1080ti? What fan configuration do they have?

I had no interest in the whole setup's but a lot of interest in parts why I changed my stance.

MSI-Dual Fan
Gigabyte-Tri Fan
AORUS-Tri Fan
Asus-Tri Fan

As for prices they are above and this is shipped. If someone is getting more than one I can work on lowering price since it will save on shipping costs. Secondly, the difference has to do with the type of cards as Aorus/Asus Strix perform better than the GB and MSI ones.
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