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October 02, 2014, 06:02:40 PM
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just a quick question for the tech guys out there im thinking of buying a sapphire 280x to replace my xfx 6870

as far as I can tell from googling both cards under load are around 250watts so I shouldn't need a new psu

does anyone disagree with this from their own experience of running a 280x

280x is a replacement for the old 7950s basically but they do use a bit more power then the 7950s. It's a decent buy if you planning to mine the coin at these prices but what happens when this coins POW phase ends. There normally isn't much other coins to mine where you can ROI, although you could mine other coins a buy SLG with it.

Obviously if you plan on gaming with the card then it's just a win/win Smiley

What PSU do you have? A 600 Watt or 550 Gold Status power supply should be more then enough, it also depends on what other devices you are running.
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October 02, 2014, 06:10:58 PM
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just a quick question for the tech guys out there im thinking of buying a sapphire 280x to replace my xfx 6870

as far as I can tell from googling both cards under load are around 250watts so I shouldn't need a new psu

does anyone disagree with this from their own experience of running a 280x

Any decent brand of PSU over 400W will be able to handle a 280X (250 for GPU and around 70W for CPU etc). I had 2 on my machine with a Corsair 650W. On my rig we had 6 280X's with two Platinum rating (can't remember the make) 1200W PSU's. Maybe overkill, but it was the cheapest workable option leaving room for upgrades... Sold up though as mining became unprofitable when ASIC's kicked in. Even with SLG at this price i don't understand how miners are mining it to even cover the electric bill.

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October 02, 2014, 06:25:04 PM
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Looks like someone is purposely pushing the price down on bittrex to force miners to sell out for less. Clever tactic unless someone takes that sell order out.

More like the multipool driving the prices down with auto conversion to btc going on.
Might as well put in low price orders in if the multipool will sell cheap.
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October 02, 2014, 06:26:17 PM
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just a quick question for the tech guys out there im thinking of buying a sapphire 280x to replace my xfx 6870

as far as I can tell from googling both cards under load are around 250watts so I shouldn't need a new psu

does anyone disagree with this from their own experience of running a 280x

280x is a replacement for the old 7950s basically but they do use a bit more power then the 7950s. It's a decent buy if you planning to mine the coin at these prices but what happens when this coins POW phase ends. There normally isn't much other coins to mine where you can ROI, although you could mine other coins a buy SLG with it.

Obviously if you plan on gaming with the card then it's just a win/win Smiley

What PSU do you have? A 600 Watt or 550 Gold Status power supply should be more then enough, it also depends on what other devices you are running.

also gaming the 6870 is getting a little old for that now but mining is also the plan and im not a 1 coin person

when pow ends I will probably mine new launches and sell for slg if all goes well

I have 550 gold psu

other devices:
1 dvd writer (may as well disconnect it I don't use it
I usb ext drive with auto power off when not in use (only used for storage so never powered up)
i7 2700k
wireless card disabled
1 hdd only powers up when torrenting (not porn honest)
1 ssd
4 fans low wattage if I remember right
2 x 4gb ram
and obviously MB

so nothing power consuming

thanks for the help ill be maybe buying one at weekend (from scan.co.uk with bitcoin)

thx sterlingcoin
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October 02, 2014, 06:32:26 PM
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The 280x is a waste of money. Just buy 280's. Save yourself the $/£/€

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October 02, 2014, 06:33:20 PM
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just a quick question for the tech guys out there im thinking of buying a sapphire 280x to replace my xfx 6870

as far as I can tell from googling both cards under load are around 250watts so I shouldn't need a new psu

does anyone disagree with this from their own experience of running a 280x

Any decent brand of PSU over 400W will be able to handle a 280X (250 for GPU and around 70W for CPU etc). I had 2 on my machine with a Corsair 650W. On my rig we had 6 280X's with two Platinum rating (can't remember the make) 1200W PSU's. Maybe overkill, but it was the cheapest workable option leaving room for upgrades... Sold up though as mining became unprofitable when ASIC's kicked in. Even with SLG at this price i don't understand how miners are mining it to even cover the electric bill.

thanks for the info m8

I agree mining is done at a loss that's why I don't mine much these days but I game as well and is time for an upgrade but will be testing out a little mining as well

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October 02, 2014, 06:36:25 PM
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The 280x is a waste of money. Just buy 280's. Save yourself the $/£/€

ahh ill look into that thx
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October 02, 2014, 09:19:45 PM
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On block explorer where do I see the blocks being resolved  http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk ?

eg. http://ltc.blockr.io/

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October 02, 2014, 10:39:15 PM
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Do you have a time line that you are trying to stick to? Can we have some info on what is going on behind the scenes if possible?

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October 02, 2014, 10:58:06 PM
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Of course Wink

Spencer Lievens is currently working on the addition of a live Bittrex feed to the wallet and a Sterlingcoin to £ Converter and also the Android standalone wallet.
Steven Saxton is working on the Faucet and the tweaking the 'Paper Wallet Creator' to perform better on mobile.
Matthew Langdon is working on the sterlingcoinapi.org.uk online wallet system, adding address search/live exchange price/bagholders to the explorer and also the Android wallet.

Collectively as a team we are constantly looking for merchants, having interviews with various media outlets, promoting Sterlingcoin full-time, assisting the community via email, within the IRC channel, Skype and Teamviewer.

Don't worry, we are busy. Grin



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October 02, 2014, 11:08:49 PM
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Of course Wink

Spencer Lievens is currently working on the addition of a live Bittrex feed to the wallet and a Sterlingcoin to £ Converter and also the Android standalone wallet.
Steven Saxton is working on the Faucet and the tweaking the 'Paper Wallet Creator' to perform better on mobile.
Matthew Langdon is working on the sterlingcoinapi.org.uk online wallet system, adding address search/live exchange price/bagholders to the explorer and also the Android wallet.

Collectively as a team we are constantly looking for merchants, having interviews with various media outlets, promoting Sterlingcoin full-time, assisting the community via email, within the IRC channel, Skype and Teamviewer.

Don't worry, we are busy. Grin




Sounds awesome, thank you for that! I'm gona go get me some more btc and buy these weak hands out

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October 02, 2014, 11:19:52 PM
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On block explorer where do I see the blocks being resolved  http://transactions.sterlingcoin.org.uk ?

eg. http://ltc.blockr.io/

We'll get this added ASAP Ken Wink

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October 03, 2014, 01:25:45 AM
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Wallet update to version 1.1 is progressing.

Currently I (Spencer Lievens) am fixing the styling on the coin control dialog.

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October 03, 2014, 01:47:44 AM
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We have decided upon not having IRC in the wallet.

This is for a number of reasons:

1. Resources being used

2. Bulks up the wallet unnecessarily (we have email for support)

3. We cannot risk new users that are not part of the crypto community being scared away by IRC chatter

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October 03, 2014, 02:05:27 AM
Last edit: October 03, 2014, 02:32:55 AM by Sterlingcoin
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What is coming in the wallet for Sterlingcoin Version 1.1

Added Checkpoints
Bittrex Live Exchange View ($/BTC) & SLG/USD/BTC Converter
Qt4 & Qt5 Compatible
Fixed Coin Control Styling


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October 03, 2014, 03:00:14 AM
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Looks like the storm hitting the US has taken out a lot of mining rigs.

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October 03, 2014, 04:33:10 AM
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What is coming in the wallet for Sterlingcoin Version 1.1

Added Checkpoints
Bittrex Live Exchange View ($/BTC) & SLG/USD/BTC Converter
Qt4 & Qt5 Compatible
Fixed Coin Control Styling



Very impressed with the amount of work coming out so fast. Looking forward to the future.
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October 03, 2014, 04:35:24 AM
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Still refining the styling. Cleaning up the windows builds and will release soon.

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October 03, 2014, 05:30:25 AM
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Over 1,000,000 Sterlingcoin now in circulation.

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October 03, 2014, 05:36:28 AM
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I'm wondering when the whales are going to start chomping SLG up. I hope I can buy enough before then. The price is too cheap to pass up.

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