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January 26, 2012, 09:44:56 PM
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These cards are in cherry condition.  Various makes, all cleaned regularly and run no harder than 750 MHz.  NEVER OVER-VOLTED.  

After looking around and seeing what they are selling for in other venues, I am willing to sell for 78 BTC per card, which includes shipping anywhere in the USA.  


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January 26, 2012, 09:47:20 PM
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I just bought 4 yesterday from Newegg for $160 a pop open box - PM me your price please
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January 26, 2012, 09:48:43 PM
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I just bought 4 yesterday from Newegg for $160 a pop open box - PM me your price please

Good deal! 

I am firm on price.  Can sell them on Ebay tomorrow for this price, so no discounts here. 

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January 26, 2012, 10:45:03 PM
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I'd like to find the $160 price tag on a 5970.  I think whoever seen that price was on drugs.

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January 26, 2012, 10:46:14 PM
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I'd like to find the $160 price tag on a 5970.  I think whoever seen that price was on drugs.
Maybe he got 5870s and mixed up the part numbers.

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January 26, 2012, 10:50:33 PM
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I'd like to find the $160 price tag on a 5970.  I think whoever seen that price was on drugs.

I wasn't gonna say it......

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January 26, 2012, 10:51:52 PM
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These cards are in cherry condition.  Various makes, all cleaned regularly and run no harder than 750 MHz.  NEVER OVER-VOLTED.  

After looking around and seeing what they are selling for in other venues, I am willing to sell for 78 BTC per card, which includes shipping anywhere in the USA.  


Thanks!

It would be nice to know what that equates to in USD. You can use the following code to input a USD price which will display the price in BTC for you.

Code:
[img]http://irage.ca/2btc.php?a=250[/img]

Where
a = The price you are asking for
d = Number of decimal points (default 2)*
s = Font size to use (default 10)*
 b = Set bold flag (default off)* ie. b=1 will turn bold on
r = Reverse calculation, determine value of specified amount of bitcoins (default off)* ie. r=1 will turn reverse on

edit; of course that script seems to not be live now... will find another.
edit2; this topic here has a source to a php converter if anyone would want to host it. maybe OT for here but the thing is useful.

cheers

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January 26, 2012, 11:00:55 PM
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I knew you guys weren't gonna believe me so here:

*removed picture* I feel like I'm killing OP's thread. Sorry.
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January 26, 2012, 11:02:37 PM
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I knew you guys weren't gonna believe me so here:

I just bought 4

ur invoice says '1' ;p

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January 26, 2012, 11:03:29 PM
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I knew you guys weren't gonna believe me so here:

I just bought 4

ur invoice says '1' ;p

Separate orders and accounts to make sure they all ship
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January 26, 2012, 11:06:13 PM
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That is a great deal.  I can't find that anywhere.

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January 26, 2012, 11:08:54 PM
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I knew you guys weren't gonna believe me so here:

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That is a great deal.  I can't find that anywhere.

Please remove this picture. I removed from my other post as well. I think I'm killing OP's thread. I'm sorry if I caused any trouble.
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January 27, 2012, 12:08:20 AM
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These cards are in cherry condition.  Various makes, all cleaned regularly and run no harder than 750 MHz.  NEVER OVER-VOLTED.  

After looking around and seeing what they are selling for in other venues, I am willing to sell for 78 BTC per card, which includes shipping anywhere in the USA.  


Thanks!

It's quite funny how you are one of the biggest low-ballers on this forum and offer guys unrealistic shit prices for their decent stuff, yet when it's time for you to sell, you list your shit as if it was gold plated.

Someone would have to be brain-dead to buy these for 78 BTC each when for about $150 more per card, you could simply get 7970's WITH WARRANTY, WITH RESALE VALUE and not a ticking 'VRM Timebomb' like every other 5970 out in the world.

In another thread, you BRAG how you paid less than $300 each for most of these and now you want to re-sell them for what translates to approx $415 USD per card ?
GOOD LUCK.

5970's, being as delicate as they are and the fact that most people have read some of your other posts in regards to actual running of your miners (or trying to learn how to) should tell them to stay clear, unless you are willing to give your head a shake and sell them for $300 a card or less.

Good luck.

Famous quotes from YOU....

Until I can get 770Mh/s from a 7900 series I'm a buy on 5970's. I'm not giving up a positive monthly cashflow for a one time capital gain. So if your selling, I have coins  Smiley

I am also figuring in life span.....5970's on average are well over 12 months old.  Running them full out 24 hours a day will inevitably lead to failure.  I am debating if the VERY small loss in hash rate is more than made up for the much longer (intuitively) lifespan.  

Would I rather have 770 MH for 6-9 months, or 700 for 2 years?    Obviously not a cut and dried equation.....many many unkowns.  But a valid debate to have.  

...and another...

The prices for used 5970's are once again heading higher rapidly on Ebay.  The latest auctions I have seen closed above $400!  

This gives me pause, as all of my 5970's were purchased at approximately $300 or less when miners were committing mass suicide in the streets.  I could sell them for a quick 35% profit and replace them with 7970's, which would probably have longer useful lives and retain much better resale value.

thoughts?

...YOU STUCK YOUR OWN FOOT IN YOUR MOUTH.

People, do yourselves a favor. Spend an extra few bucks and get WARRANTY, SAVINGS IN POWER and a feeling of satisfaction knowing that this guy, although brags in 1 thread...forgets quickly and flip-flops when the shoe is on the other foot.

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January 27, 2012, 01:53:04 AM
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These cards are in cherry condition.  Various makes, all cleaned regularly and run no harder than 750 MHz.  NEVER OVER-VOLTED.  

After looking around and seeing what they are selling for in other venues, I am willing to sell for 78 BTC per card, which includes shipping anywhere in the USA.  


Thanks!

It would be nice to know what that equates to in USD. You can use the following code to input a USD price which will display the price in BTC for you.

Code:
[img]http://irage.ca/2btc.php?a=250[/img]

Where
a = The price you are asking for
d = Number of decimal points (default 2)*
s = Font size to use (default 10)*
 b = Set bold flag (default off)* ie. b=1 will turn bold on
r = Reverse calculation, determine value of specified amount of bitcoins (default off)* ie. r=1 will turn reverse on

edit; of course that script seems to not be live now... will find another.
edit2; this topic here has a source to a php converter if anyone would want to host it. maybe OT for here but the thing is useful.

cheers

Tried setting the script up, but can't get it to work properly.. I even think the API being used is out-dated :/

Any help is appreciated.

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January 27, 2012, 03:12:25 AM
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These cards are in cherry condition.  Various makes, all cleaned regularly and run no harder than 750 MHz.  NEVER OVER-VOLTED.  

After looking around and seeing what they are selling for in other venues, I am willing to sell for 78 BTC per card, which includes shipping anywhere in the USA.  


Thanks!

It's quite funny how you are one of the biggest low-ballers on this forum and offer guys unrealistic shit prices for their decent stuff, yet when it's time for you to sell, you list your shit as if it was gold plated.

Someone would have to be brain-dead to buy these for 78 BTC each when for about $150 more per card, you could simply get 7970's WITH WARRANTY, WITH RESALE VALUE and not a ticking 'VRM Timebomb' like every other 5970 out in the world.

In another thread, you BRAG how you paid less than $300 each for most of these and now you want to re-sell them for what translates to approx $415 USD per card ?
GOOD LUCK.

5970's, being as delicate as they are and the fact that most people have read some of your other posts in regards to actual running of your miners (or trying to learn how to) should tell them to stay clear, unless you are willing to give your head a shake and sell them for $300 a card or less.

Good luck.

Famous quotes from YOU....

Until I can get 770Mh/s from a 7900 series I'm a buy on 5970's. I'm not giving up a positive monthly cashflow for a one time capital gain. So if your selling, I have coins  Smiley

I am also figuring in life span.....5970's on average are well over 12 months old.  Running them full out 24 hours a day will inevitably lead to failure.  I am debating if the VERY small loss in hash rate is more than made up for the much longer (intuitively) lifespan.  

Would I rather have 770 MH for 6-9 months, or 700 for 2 years?    Obviously not a cut and dried equation.....many many unkowns.  But a valid debate to have.  

...and another...

The prices for used 5970's are once again heading higher rapidly on Ebay.  The latest auctions I have seen closed above $400!  

This gives me pause, as all of my 5970's were purchased at approximately $300 or less when miners were committing mass suicide in the streets.  I could sell them for a quick 35% profit and replace them with 7970's, which would probably have longer useful lives and retain much better resale value.

thoughts?

...YOU STUCK YOUR OWN FOOT IN YOUR MOUTH.

People, do yourselves a favor. Spend an extra few bucks and get WARRANTY, SAVINGS IN POWER and a feeling of satisfaction knowing that this guy, although brags in 1 thread...forgets quickly and flip-flops when the shoe is on the other foot.

ROFL.  This seriously made my day.  I love laughing at retards, but you set a new standard! 

THANK YOU!!!

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January 27, 2012, 03:50:04 AM
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Tried setting the script up, but can't get it to work properly.. I even think the API being used is out-dated :/

Any help is appreciated.
This one here?
Code:
<?php
$opts 
= array(
  
'http'=> array(
    
'method'=>   "GET",
    
'user_agent'=>    "MozillaXYZ/1.0"));
$context stream_context_create($opts);
$json file_get_contents('https://mtgox.com/code/data/ticker.php'false$context);
$jdec json_decode($json);
$ppbtc round($_GET["usd"]/$jdec->{'ticker'}->{'sell'}, 2);
$length strlen($ppbtc);

$im imagecreatetruecolor($length*813);
$bg imagecolorallocate($im000);
$black imagecolorallocate($im100);
imagecolortransparent($im$bg);
imagestring($im400$ppbtc$black);
header('Content-type: image/png');
imagepng($im);
imagedestroy($im);
?>

That is from the thread I linked to. The ticker.php refered to there is working.

O/T what is the USD price you want for these cards, Yoch?

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January 27, 2012, 04:08:32 AM
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ROFL.  This seriously made my day.  I love laughing at retards, but you set a new standard! 

THANK YOU!!!
You have to admit it though.....
You are one of the biggest bottom-feeders in the market place....aren't you ?

You constantly make low ball offers to people on their stuff that would make even a wellfare case look financially sound by comparison.

How many retards brag about how cheap they got something, then jack up the price all on the same day when they try to resell it/them, as if no one else was paying attention ? Does this make you cool ? or simply clueless ?

The sad part about it is, you just figured out how to use these cards, now you are going to sell them.......
Let's pray that GUIMiner still works for 7000 series cards...LMAO.

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January 27, 2012, 04:19:40 AM
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ROFL.  This seriously made my day.  I love laughing at retards, but you set a new standard!  

THANK YOU!!!
You have to admit it though.....
You are one of the biggest bottom-feeders in the market place....aren't you ?

You constantly make low ball offers to people on their stuff that would make even a wellfare case look financially sound by comparison.

How many retards brag about how cheap they got something, then jack up the price all on the same day when they try to resell it/them, as if no one else was paying attention ? Does this make you cool ? or simply clueless ?

The sad part about it is, you just figured out how to use these cards, now you are going to sell them.......
Let's pray that GUIMiner still works for 7000 series cards...LMAO.

He's actually selling his OLD cards and replacing them with the new ones he bought, I believe.
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You have to admit it though.....
You are one of the biggest bottom-feeders in the market place....aren't you ?

You constantly make low ball offers to people on their stuff that would make even a wellfare case look financially sound by comparison.

How many retards brag about how cheap they got something, then jack up the price all on the same day when they try to resell it/them, as if no one else was paying attention ? Does this make you cool ? or simply clueless ?

The sad part about it is, you just figured out how to use these cards, now you are going to sell them.......
Let's pray that GUIMiner still works for 7000 series cards...LMAO.
It's something called "good business sense". If he can make money that way, good for him! Who cares! I'd certainly be doing the same thing if i had enough capital to throw around (I don't Sad)

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January 27, 2012, 04:32:02 AM
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ROFL.  This seriously made my day.  I love laughing at retards, but you set a new standard!  

THANK YOU!!!
You have to admit it though.....
You are one of the biggest bottom-feeders in the market place....aren't you ?

You constantly make low ball offers to people on their stuff that would make even a wellfare case look financially sound by comparison.

How many retards brag about how cheap they got something, then jack up the price all on the same day when they try to resell it/them, as if no one else was paying attention ? Does this make you cool ? or simply clueless ?

The sad part about it is, you just figured out how to use these cards, now you are going to sell them.......
Let's pray that GUIMiner still works for 7000 series cards...LMAO.

He's actually selling his OLD cards and replacing them with the new ones he bought, I believe.

Don't try man....this kid is obviously slow.  The rest of us understand such matters like "market value" and "buy low sell high".  I think we will all be better off if we just ignore him. 

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