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March 09, 2019, 03:14:29 AM
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I recently finished crunching down my rigs and standardizing the hardware.  That generated lots of spare components I'm selling for prices below what I found on recently sold ebay auctions.  If you'd like to escrow I'll happily accept the services of any reputable agent here on the site at your cost.  Shipping is additional and will be calculated based on the items purchsed.

I also have a mountain of random things not worth listing indvidually (6-pin risers, cables, small switches, etc...)  I'll stuff them into spare space in the boxes as free gifts.  Everything is guaranteed to get something.  I would say at random but that would be a lie.  It will be based on my experience dealing with you.  If you're pleasant I'll put in something you might actually want, if not I'll curse you with a bag of used 4 pin molex risers!  /cackle


MSI Seahawk X 1080
Works perfectly.  It's been in my gaming rig, not mining, for about 6 months.  The hybrid cooler is fantastic for thermals and noise but might be annoying to fit inside a server chassis.
Details: https://us.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1080-SEA-HAWK-X.html
$379

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6x 5x EVGA 1600w T2 Titanium
Purchased 2 years ago.  They have 10 year warranties.  Comes with all the original cables.  Fully modular.  Includes, among other cables, 9x pci-e cables (all are 6+2, 5x have two 6+2)
Details:  https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=220-T2-1600-X1
$129 each

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MSI Z97 Gaming 5
Intel G3460
4GB Kingston KVR13N9S8/4

Sold assembled as set with original box from the motherboard.  All compatible and working perfectly. I had some extra m.2 to pci-e adapters so I installed one but this board takes some bios sorcery to make it support the 8th GPU (which I haven't done).
$79

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Biostar Hi-Fi Z87x 3D
Intel G3460
4GB Kingston KVR13N9S8/4

Sold assembled as set.  All compatible and working perfectly.
$69




Biostar TB85
Intel G3460
4GB Kingston KVR13N9S8/4

Sold assembled as set.  All compatible and working perfectly.
$59




MSI Z170A Gaming M7
M.2 to Pci-e x4 adapter installed.  Both work perfectly.  The board can support 8x GPUs as is.
Details:  https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/z170a-gaming-m7.html
$69




MSI H270 Tomahawk Arctic
Includes the original box which it's been sitting in since I bought it.  I never used this board other than installing a CPU and RAM just now to be sure it's working.
Details:  https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/H270-tomahawk-ARCTIC.html
$49

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Pile-O-Parts
4 motherboards sold as a set for parts.  100% as-is.  I included troubleshooting notes to give a starting place for repairs but make no mistake, they're all broken in some way.  I'm not going to be responsible if you disagree with my notes so assume they've all been run through a washing machine and left out in a lightning storm.

MSI Z170A Gaming M7:  Powers on, posts fine, seems fully functional except the Bios resets if fully powered down.  I replaced the cmos battery but problem persists.
MSI Z270 Gaming Plus:  Doesn't power on.
Biostar Hi-Fi Z87x 3D:  Powers on but rapidly power cycles. No post
MSI Z170A Gaming M7:  Powers on, shows Qcode 00.  No post
$59


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March 09, 2019, 01:55:44 PM
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I am running out the door, but I would happily purchase your MSI Z97 Gaming 5. I will be sending you a PM when I am home later tonight!
Are you flexible on the price of your 1080 at all?

We would be using either minerjones or OGNasty as escrow or you can feel free to send the parts first and I will pay upon delivery. You can check my history in the hardware section, there has never been a bad deal Smiley

Are you shipping from USA?
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March 09, 2019, 08:25:58 PM
Last edit: March 11, 2019, 10:02:06 PM by TheBottomTurtle
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I understand that for someone solely mining the water cooler doesn't hold much value but unfortunately I can't come below $400 on the 1080.  In the past few days alone there have been multiple identical models that sold on ebay for $450 + shipping.  I only listed it as low as I did because of ebay/paypal fees and it's simpler to sell here than ebay.

Yes, I'm in the US near Seattle.  For any local-ish miners that would want to pickup I'm about a mile from the Bitmain farm (Willing to firebomb.  PM for details on my gofundme  Grin)

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March 09, 2019, 08:38:39 PM
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You may have seen a 1080 sell for 450 on eBay, but that doesn’t mean you can sell yours for that much here. 1080ti’s don’t even fetch $450 on this forum.

I recently bought a 1070ti hybrid for $225, and don’t see myself paying more for a worse card.
I am still interested in the motherboard though, my one desktop has the same motherboard and needs a replacement
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March 09, 2019, 08:43:01 PM
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If nobody pays me to firebomb Bitmain perhaps I'll start buying 1080tis here and selling them on ebay then.  Seems lucrative
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March 09, 2019, 08:50:32 PM
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If nobody pays me to firebomb Bitmain perhaps I'll start buying 1080tis here and selling them on ebay then.  Seems lucrative
Until someone buys the GPU, OVERCLOCKS it until it dies, then returns it within 30 days.... You can do NOTHING!  Wink  Yeah, eBay... Lol

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March 11, 2019, 09:20:21 PM
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You can do NOTHING!  Wink  Yeah, eBay... Lol

Is that the voice of experience I hear AM?  lol!  I guess you make a good point though.  I'll just stick to mining

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March 19, 2019, 05:58:26 AM
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Prices lowered.  Availability updated.  Tell your friends.
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New items added.  Different PSUs to be added soon.
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