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Author Topic: [WTS] R9 290 and 290x TRI-X, ASUS R9 290 and MSI GAMING R9 290x  (Read 677 times)
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March 29, 2014, 10:38:53 PM
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Hi,

Escrow to be done by BTCrow.com or other trusted party. Buyer pays for escrow. I will ship via USPS priority mail at my expense.

I am offering for sale:

5x r9 290 by Asus. Currently running with Stilt 1.225V bios. Since it's too hot in my apartment, they are running at 940/1400 getting 850khash.  They will get a minimum of 900khash each with proper cooling and voltage adjustments--$450.00 each in btc or ltc;

6x sapphire tri-x 290s running on stock bios. They will get a minimum of 950khash each with proper cooling @ 1072/1500 with voltage increase of 62-68mV. Have been running stable like this for over a month--$480.00 in btc or ltc.

5x sapphire tri-x 290x running on stilt 1.2375V bios. They are in a linux platform. Without any voltage increase they will get a minumum of 990khash. Some go to 1.0mhash--$600 each in btc or ltc.

2x msi gaming 290x running on stilt 1.2375V bios. They will run at around 960khash with a voltage increase of 50mV and proper cooling.  One card has two blades chipped off because I got my hand in the wrong place at the wrong time, but does not affect its cooling ability. $525 for the chipped card and $550 for the non-chipped in btc or ltc.

I also have various risers, z87-gd65, cpu, ram, power supplies available if interested--market price - 15%.

Sold AS-IS. Any claim for DOA will have to be handled through carrier's insurance which will be provided by me. No warranty or returns.

More Detailed Pictures available on request.  I do have some positive feedback on bitcointalk.org under InfiniTcell.

Thanks for viewing.




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