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April 09, 2011, 05:29:56 PM
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Hi guys.

I have one spare case including one HX620 PSU on the case, its doing nothing at the moment, because I've just upgraded my mining gig with 2x 5970 and also using it for daily need. So, I'm looking for a co-investor who willing to get a GPU or two which will I will put it in my case for mining. But whats so special here is, you do not have to pay for the electricity fee ! I will cover that for ya ( the fee will not be included in the mined btc share between you and me).

You can send me the $$$ (paypal,bank deposit, WU , BTC etc..) or you can send me the GPU.

Thats it, any investor out there interested with this  Cool ?


Ps: Forgot to say, I have a stable 24/24 ADSL2 line/electricity supply of course.
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April 09, 2011, 07:05:24 PM
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Surely someone has written an e-bay GPU finder script by now?

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April 10, 2011, 05:19:08 AM
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Lol surprisingly nobody interested ?
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April 10, 2011, 07:10:00 AM
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Lol surprisingly nobody interested ?

an issue of trust: how does a prospective interested party know you won't just walk away with the funds?

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April 10, 2011, 08:37:27 AM
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Lol surprisingly nobody interested ?

an issue of trust: how does a prospective interested party know you won't just walk away with the funds?

I'm an honest member of many forums including this, I've sold many cd keys here for example. I can also provide my ebay profile with 100% positive feed backs for any co-miner if interested ^^ , anyway I live in Australia so its pretty easy to check my profile if you live here.
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April 10, 2011, 09:16:59 AM
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I guess that makes sense -- it's winter in Australia.  I kind of figured that Bitcoin would result in a seasonal shift of mining from one hemisphere to the other, but I didn't really expect actual equipment to be shipped around the globe.

When I was in school I used to think about building a pipeline or superconducting electric line for shipping energy back and forth between North and South America on a seasonal basis.  With Bitcoin you can just put a datacenter in a shipping container and ship that back and forth.

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April 10, 2011, 09:57:59 AM
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I guess that makes sense -- it's winter in Australia.  I kind of figured that Bitcoin would result in a seasonal shift of mining from one hemisphere to the other, but I didn't really expect actual equipment to be shipped around the globe.

When I was in school I used to think about building a pipeline or superconducting electric line for shipping energy back and forth between North and South America on a seasonal basis.  With Bitcoin you can just put a datacenter in a shipping container and ship that back and forth.


Well, the investor actually does not have to "ship" any GPU to my address, because mining GPUs (5970-5870-5850) in Australia market is quite cheap thus investor only have to send me the $$$ for their desired GPU/price , and I will do the rest of the work. And finally , I will set up my second computer with teamviewer/pcanywhere for the investor to access the rig any time they want. In this way they will have "real time" monitoring the Co-mining rig.
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April 10, 2011, 10:51:35 AM
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http://bham.craigslist.org/bar/2253932258.html

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April 10, 2011, 01:06:48 PM
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He pays 45$ for 5970/month , but one 5970 can actually make lot more than 45$/month in BTC plus electricity
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April 11, 2011, 06:01:36 AM
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Which part of oz are you in ?

Im in vic btw.

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April 11, 2011, 06:03:38 AM
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Which part of oz are you in ?

Im in vic btw.



Im in QLD mate, BNE ^^
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