What are you talking about? Yes it does use premium components like a thermaltake psu to support working at max while mining.. Read the title, it says mining machine.
And since when does cisco make harddrives?? You have been scammed if you use $300 "cisco" harddrives in your miners. Even if they exist, they are just rebranded $80 ones, they just sell them to incompetent users like you at a mark up. BTW harddrives in miners are usually sleeping.
And I'm not trading legos dang it, I'm selling a miner.. I think you are posting in the wrong thread, go away.
Jesus you are not a bright one. Ok so let me make it simple for you; there are many different part manufacturers and lines of quality within those brands. There is not only 1 manufacturer of 500 gb hard drives... for example, you could have a
Cisco R200-D500GCSATA03 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.5" Internal Hard Drive which retails around $300
or you could have a
HITACHI HDS721050CLA362 (0F10381) 500GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard which retails ~$80
With the HDD alone we start to see how much the value of the computer can differ based on the actual parts inside. This doesn't take into account the psu, ram or any other parts that you listed no manufacturer or model number for.
You're basically selling a car saying "It has 6 cylinders and some doors and i think the steering column is ford but i don't know about the rest".
Come on, we're not trading LEGO bricks here, put your grown up hat on and post properly.
What are you talking about? There is no reserve..
The video cards carry a full MSI warranty and what worthless discount parts?
I don't understand any of what you mentioned..
This is a joke... If you want anyone to spend anything close to your reserve then list manufacturer or model numbers of the parts at bare minimum. As listed, this machine is worth no more than the 2 6970s inside, and since their is no mention of warranty, even that is questionable.
They are either worthless discount parts that you are trying to make huge profit from by sticking them in a rig with 6970s and calling it a gaming/mining box, or you are far too lazy to sell anything on the internet.