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April 10, 2012, 07:50:23 PM
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Hi! Today I received most of the hardware I needed to build my first rig.

I need 35BTC to finish building my setup.

I need those Bitcoins to pay for those PCI-E extender:



I need the extra Bitcoins to pay for a VPS to host my P2Pool node.

This is what I got so far:



-AMD Athlon II X3
-Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3
-XFX PRO1250W 80PLUS Gold PSU
-4GB Kingston ValueRAM

GPU:
5830 X2
5850
5870
5770


TERMS:

- I, 01BTC10 is asking for a loans of 35BTC.

- 38.5BTC will be mined back to lender BTC address starting the day I will receive the package from Cablesaurus (Tracking number will be available. 3-5 days express shipping)

- I will use the 5 GPU to mine back the loans directly to the BTC address given by the lender. Unless technical problem occur or maintenance/testing/update are needed I will keep them running 24/24 7/7.

- Personal info to verify my identity and internet reputation available privately to lender.

- I reserve the right to mine on the pool of my choice or my P2Pool node with 0.5% fee. 0.25% goes to the P2Pool author.

- I reserve the right to merge mine NMC, CPU mine LTC and keep them as long as it don't interfere with BTC mining.


Please for simplicity I prefer to get a loans from only one lender.

You can contact me via PM or in this thread.

Thank you for your consideration.

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April 10, 2012, 09:08:33 PM
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You are paying way too much for those cables. I bought two 1x-16x cables, and got them for a lot cheaper. 30 BTC for 5 cables is retarded!

Bought one on Ebay from Hongkong for a few bucks. It took 4-6 weeks to show up though

And paid 1.25 BTC (shipping already included, firstclass) for the other cable from a user on EMC's forum.
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April 10, 2012, 09:11:14 PM
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You are paying way too much for those cables. I bought two 1x-16x cables, and got them for a lot cheaper. 30 BTC for 5 cables is retarded!

Bought one on Ebay from Hongkong for a few bucks. It took 4-6 weeks to show up though

And paid 1.25 BTC (shipping already included, firstclass) for the other cable from a user on EMC's forum.
There is almost 7BTC in shipping because I took express shipping. These are Mollex cable. Cheaper cable are available at ~50% the price but I want the best quality. I don't think waiting 4-6 weeks to save a couple buck is a great idea because the card are idle during that time.
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April 10, 2012, 09:30:06 PM
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I did lot of research and asking and I was under the impression that I need Mollex cable because I plan to eventually try connecting 7 GPU.
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April 10, 2012, 09:35:15 PM
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If I might make a suggestion, crunch the numbers paying $130 for these cables vs mining with the 5870 and 5850 while ordering the cables from China for $4 each. If you really want molex ones, you can add it yourself for $1 a piece without much hassle.

I think you'll find the BTC you'd mine in the extra 20 days between receiving these and getting ones from China would come nowhere close to paying for the extra $120.
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April 10, 2012, 10:40:44 PM
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I'll do you one better; a loan and/or a hardware sale.

I'll sell you the PCI-e extenders (no molex, you don't need them unless you are going with dual GPU cards) on a loan if you can't pay up front.

I've got 2 16x to 16x extenders and 3 1x to 1x (work fine with 16x cards)

All 5 cables shipped to the USA for 7BTC today, or 8BTC in two weeks.

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April 10, 2012, 11:05:12 PM
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I'll do you one better; a loan and/or a hardware sale.

I'll sell you the PCI-e extenders (no molex, you don't need them unless you are going with dual GPU cards) on a loan if you can't pay up front.

I've got 2 16x to 16x extenders and 3 1x to 1x (work fine with 16x cards)

All 5 cables shipped to the USA for 7BTC today, or 8BTC in two weeks.


Ok give me 24h to trade some LTC and I will buy your cable.
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April 18, 2012, 02:44:59 PM
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I'll do you one better; a loan and/or a hardware sale.

I'll sell you the PCI-e extenders (no molex, you don't need them unless you are going with dual GPU cards) on a loan if you can't pay up front.

I've got 2 16x to 16x extenders and 3 1x to 1x (work fine with 16x cards)

All 5 cables shipped to the USA for 7BTC today, or 8BTC in two weeks.


Received my cable today. Thank's for fast shipping you saved me a bunch of BTC! Cables are in perfect condition.
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