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February 03, 2012, 11:21:53 AM
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Well guys, I got a really good deal on a HD6990 that is USED for 7 / 8 months for about USD $483 . It should be arriving sometime next week. (This is because of the holidays due next week in my country).

Now, after spending some money, I realized that the recomended PSU is 750W, however mine is just 700W. I am using a Corsair GS700 series PSU. I know it would power the HD6990 fine, however I wouldn't be able to overclock the card. I would need some loan to buy a  "XFX 850W Black Edition Modular PSU" for the HD6990 to suck on.  It is currently priced at about USD $180.

I shall be paying you monthly. Either in USD or BTC. The interest rate would be yours to decide. I plan to finish paying the loan in about 4 months. This will be quicker of course when I sell my current PSU.

Any takers?

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February 03, 2012, 11:55:43 AM
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Any reps and references? Also, a loan for almost 4 months doesn't seem quite too feasible for me, especially for one that is pegged to fiat.

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February 03, 2012, 12:39:47 PM
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Any reps and references? Also, a loan for almost 4 months doesn't seem quite too feasible for me, especially for one that is pegged to fiat.

I don't have any reps nor references in this forum, as far as i know Smiley

I have references from my local forum in case if you're interested. I usually buy and sell computer parts over there. Most of the deals are done via COD. At least when I am selling something as I don't prefer sending an item via courier.

However, if the loaner wants, he could send the funds directly to my paypal account which is linked directly to my bank account. Perhaps as a security measure? If not, perhaps there are others ways for me to prove myself? I agree with the 4 months part, but i'll try. Until then i'll run my card on the 700W psu.
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February 03, 2012, 01:05:37 PM
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Any reps and references? Also, a loan for almost 4 months doesn't seem quite too feasible for me, especially for one that is pegged to fiat.

I don't have any reps nor references in this forum, as far as i know Smiley

I have references from my local forum in case if you're interested. I usually buy and sell computer parts over there. Most of the deals are done via COD. At least when I am selling something as I don't prefer sending an item via courier.

However, if the loaner wants, he could send the funds directly to my paypal account which is linked directly to my bank account. Perhaps as a security measure? If not, perhaps there are others ways for me to prove myself? I agree with the 4 months part, but i'll try. Until then i'll run my card on the 700W psu.

In lowyat.net? If I search it correctly, your previous seedbox service is MyP2PCafe right?
Note that XFX is a bad PSU manufacturer, and the chances of failure after running 24/7 is absurdly high. I would recommend something more robust like Corsair or Antec for bitcoin mining.

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February 03, 2012, 01:31:18 PM
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Any reps and references? Also, a loan for almost 4 months doesn't seem quite too feasible for me, especially for one that is pegged to fiat.

I don't have any reps nor references in this forum, as far as i know Smiley

I have references from my local forum in case if you're interested. I usually buy and sell computer parts over there. Most of the deals are done via COD. At least when I am selling something as I don't prefer sending an item via courier.

However, if the loaner wants, he could send the funds directly to my paypal account which is linked directly to my bank account. Perhaps as a security measure? If not, perhaps there are others ways for me to prove myself? I agree with the 4 months part, but i'll try. Until then i'll run my card on the 700W psu.

In lowyat.net? If I search it correctly, your previous seedbox service is MyP2PCafe right?
Note that XFX is a bad PSU manufacturer, and the chances of failure after running 24/7 is absurdly high. I would recommend something more robust like Corsair or Antec for bitcoin mining.

If that is the case, then i shall do some more research on obtaining a PSU and to stick within my budget. Thank you very much for informing me. Smiley
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