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April 10, 2012, 05:19:38 AM
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i want to sell system consisted of 13 computers running stable for 12,5 GHash for 10 000 usd, based mainly on 5850s, 5870s and few unlocked 6950s , only serious offers, shipping free inside europe, other continents to arrange. local pickup and inspection at my place is more than welcome at Cracow Poland, accepting BTC based on mtgox last
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April 11, 2012, 03:26:00 AM
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you can get ~16 x 5970 for ~<400 each for around 750mh/s each = 12gh + build the bare rigs for around $400 each to run then... so around $8,000 to put it together and using a "lot less" space 4 rigs vs 13 and saving around 2 grands.... I think you might want to adjust your pricing if you want offers... just saying.
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April 12, 2012, 06:47:26 AM
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show me please component setup for 400 usd for 4x5970 couse i dont know any ??

i think just PSU is more than 400 usd alone Smiley

just motherboard is about 300 usd alone

other hdd , mem, cpu, etc... is another 200 usd
so its about 700 usd not 400

700usdx4 = 2800 usd

16x400usd = 6400
=9200 usd 

+ 1 comp with 2x5850 at least 700 usd

= 9900 usd

You have to configure buy etc spend time

and the most important ! show me please one place where i can buy 16x5970 for 400 usd piece??? i will buy today

price is fair
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April 12, 2012, 07:08:46 AM
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1000w psu is around 300$ shipped, motherboard ~$100 shipped on eBay...
ssd 16gb = $30, 2gb ram = $20 sempron 145 cpu = $30 totalling $80.
And I'm talking about shipped prices here...check for yourself:)

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April 12, 2012, 09:03:34 AM
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show me just one system with 4x5970 that runs on 1000w PSU Huh? You need 1500 w PSU , one 5970 requires 350 watts alone , only kids that have never seen system like this can say bullshits like this ...

ssd 16gb = $30, 2gb ram = $20 sempron 145 cpu = $30 totalling $80. i agree + 20usd for case a least. = 100 usd

show me where i can buy motherboards for 4xSLI for 100 usd couse i dont know any Huh?





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April 12, 2012, 11:48:08 AM
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Can you post some pictures please?
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https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/sredir?uname=108829300276778272295&target=ALBUM&id=5730494038788234913&authkey=Gv1sRgCIzrsODU1qzaiAE&feat=email
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April 12, 2012, 12:54:20 PM
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says sorry that page not found
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April 12, 2012, 01:01:21 PM
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ok ill post it to my friends server :
http://www.wmclo.superhost.pl/rig.jpg


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April 12, 2012, 02:07:55 PM
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On the same note 1200w will run 4x5970's but you may have stability issues. I run 2x750w PSU's in mine, one has 1x1200w & 1x550w

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April 12, 2012, 02:27:21 PM
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On the same note 1200w will run 4x5970's but you may have stability issues. I run 2x750w PSU's in mine, one has 1x1200w & 1x550w

A good single rail 1250W unit will run 4x5970s (~1050W at the wall) but 1000W is not enough. 
1000W will work for 3x5970 (I measure 850W at the wall).
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April 12, 2012, 02:56:53 PM
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only kids that have never seen system like this can say bullshits like this ...

lol'd at this, good luck with your sale  Cheesy

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April 12, 2012, 03:01:29 PM
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So what's the 14th rig? Undecided

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So what's the 14th rig? Undecided

There are 14
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So what's the 14th rig? Undecided

There are 14


He said he's selling his complete setup of 13 computers, yet I see 14 cases in the picture.
Also, some of those PSU's are 600w, 950w.

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April 12, 2012, 03:37:17 PM
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14th is not for sale Smiley  this is just one room and i sell 13 of them, i have some more in the garage, most of psu are corsair gs800 when 3x5850s or 5870s but on early setups 2x5870 or 2x 6950 i have corsair cx600 , the one You see on top is 4x5850 thats why it has PSU corsair TX950
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April 12, 2012, 06:44:07 PM
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You can get a 990FXA board with four physical x16 slots for $160, though there's no reason you'd need to actually have the slots vs x1. You can hop on Newegg without even looking for a deal and buy a 990FXA board, Sempron, 2GB ram stick, 1200W gold PSU with 8 PCIe cables and a 8GB USB key for under $450 shipped. Toss on $30 for PCIe extenders and $20 to build a cheap open air rig, and you'd be looking at $500 on top of the cost of cards. That's buying new. Even if you paid $400 per 5970, that's still only $2100 per rig or $8200 in total. Again, that's with the other components new and the PSU 80+ Gold instead of a mix of PSUs like those CX600 and GS800. Even the best PSU (TX950) is only 80+ Bronze.

Barring you posting up a whole list of the actual components that justifies it, I can't see how you'll ever get US$10k for this lot.
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April 12, 2012, 07:36:17 PM
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You can get a 990FXA board with four physical x16 slots for $160, though there's no reason you'd need to actually have the slots vs x1. You can hop on Newegg without even looking for a deal and buy a 990FXA board, Sempron, 2GB ram stick, 1200W gold PSU with 8 PCIe cables and a 8GB USB key for under $450 shipped. Toss on $30 for PCIe extenders and $20 to build a cheap open air rig, and you'd be looking at $500 on top of the cost of cards. That's buying new. Even if you paid $400 per 5970, that's still only $2100 per rig or $8200 in total. Again, that's with the other components new and the PSU 80+ Gold instead of a mix of PSUs like those CX600 and GS800. Even the best PSU (TX950) is only 80+ Bronze.

Barring you posting up a whole list of the actual components that justifies it, I can't see how you'll ever get US$10k for this lot.

What 1200w single rail PSU did you fit into this math of yours? I don't know of a truly single rail 1200w PSU for less than $250

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April 12, 2012, 07:44:18 PM
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You can get a 990FXA board with four physical x16 slots for $160, though there's no reason you'd need to actually have the slots vs x1. You can hop on Newegg without even looking for a deal and buy a 990FXA board, Sempron, 2GB ram stick, 1200W gold PSU with 8 PCIe cables and a 8GB USB key for under $450 shipped. Toss on $30 for PCIe extenders and $20 to build a cheap open air rig, and you'd be looking at $500 on top of the cost of cards. That's buying new. Even if you paid $400 per 5970, that's still only $2100 per rig or $8200 in total. Again, that's with the other components new and the PSU 80+ Gold instead of a mix of PSUs like those CX600 and GS800. Even the best PSU (TX950) is only 80+ Bronze.

Barring you posting up a whole list of the actual components that justifies it, I can't see how you'll ever get US$10k for this lot.

What 1200w single rail PSU did you fit into this math of yours? I don't know of a truly single rail 1200w PSU for less than $250

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007657%20600014027%20600014113%20600037998%20600026254&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&ShowDeactivatedMark=False&Order=PRICE&PageSize=20

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You can get a 990FXA board with four physical x16 slots for $160, though there's no reason you'd need to actually have the slots vs x1. You can hop on Newegg without even looking for a deal and buy a 990FXA board, Sempron, 2GB ram stick, 1200W gold PSU with 8 PCIe cables and a 8GB USB key for under $450 shipped. Toss on $30 for PCIe extenders and $20 to build a cheap open air rig, and you'd be looking at $500 on top of the cost of cards. That's buying new. Even if you paid $400 per 5970, that's still only $2100 per rig or $8200 in total. Again, that's with the other components new and the PSU 80+ Gold instead of a mix of PSUs like those CX600 and GS800. Even the best PSU (TX950) is only 80+ Bronze.

Barring you posting up a whole list of the actual components that justifies it, I can't see how you'll ever get US$10k for this lot.

What 1200w single rail PSU did you fit into this math of yours? I don't know of a truly single rail 1200w PSU for less than $250

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171055
The unit has 8 PCIe cables and is rated for 98A on its 12V rail. Jonnyguru tested it at 91A, but it output 1200W at 86%+ efficiency.
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story2&reid=193
The price I quoted was without the MIRs, BTW.
You can also get the OCZ ZX1250 for the same price, but it only has 6 PCIe cables so you'd have to use a couple double molex to 6pin adapters.
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