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May 07, 2011, 12:13:30 PM
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Hi all, im looking for any investment, whatsoever in a dedicated mining pc, the pc would run in my house and all investors would get 100%-150% of their investment back.
As i dont have to pay for electricity/internet this seems like a good opportunity for me to start something like this. As pc parts are expensive in australia the machine would probably have 2-4
6950s as the gpus. A dual/quad core cpu and 2-4gb of ram.

Contact me if you are interested via pm, i am located in the lower part of nsw australia although investers from all over the world are welcome.
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May 07, 2011, 12:18:26 PM
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I would also be interested in investors for a rig. As the guy above I get electricity included in my rent so it would be pure profit.
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May 07, 2011, 01:52:07 PM
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Hi all, im looking for any investment, whatsoever in a dedicated mining pc, the pc would run in my house and all investors would get 100%-150% of their investment back.
As i dont have to pay for electricity/internet this seems like a good opportunity for me to start something like this. As pc parts are expensive in australia the machine would probably have 2-4
6950s as the gpus. A dual/quad core cpu and 2-4gb of ram.

Contact me if you are interested via pm, i am located in the lower part of nsw australia although investers from all over the world are welcome.

Why are you doing this if it will make you lose money in the long term?

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May 07, 2011, 09:44:37 PM
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it wouldnt make me loose money? i would buy all the parts, build the pc and run it continuously. it would mine which costs me nothing and after i pay all the investors back all future profits, plus the miner would be mine, i cant see how im loosing money?
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May 07, 2011, 10:22:48 PM
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Why quad core CPU? a single sempron at $40 is enough to drive 4 x 6950
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May 07, 2011, 10:35:59 PM
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it wouldnt make me loose money? i would buy all the parts, build the pc and run it continuously. it would mine which costs me nothing and after i pay all the investors back all future profits, plus the miner would be mine, i cant see how im loosing money?
I thought it was indefinite, my bad.

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May 08, 2011, 03:28:56 AM
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Why quad core CPU? a single sempron at $40 is enough to drive 4 x 6950
I dunno, id like to have a better CPU just for the incase factor
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