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May 01, 2012, 03:48:35 AM
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It's probably just as well that I got the i7-2600k, then, if the new ivy bridge processors are running hotter.

I've got it in a mini-itx case. Smiley
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May 01, 2012, 04:34:04 AM
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Does anyone International (non-US) folks want any of these for US prices? I can buy one to forward to you for exact cost you see linked in the first post, + $5 shipping for just the Chip, or $10-$15 for the sealed retail box with stock fan. Luckily for us here in the US, I think it's cheaper than any other countries  Cheesy

I sure am interested. However what keeps you from just scamming my hard earned btc/usd?
I could pull the trigger for one of those 3770s right now, if I'd know I'd actually get it.
I've had over 50 transactions, mostly from making custom cables. But even before that, I've had about a dozen large transactions with people on here. Recently also just shipped out several large packges worth a few hundred. I can give you names of people from the more recent transactions.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=38725.0

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July 02, 2012, 05:54:10 PM
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Has anyone tested the 3770K for MHash results yet? I'd love to know

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July 02, 2012, 06:07:12 PM
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i5-3450 is a great jump compared to the i3-2100. Over double on the score by what passmark says and less double the price vs i3-2100.
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July 04, 2012, 03:03:06 AM
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Don't hold your breath about ivy bridge integrated graphics hashpower. The "GPU" is apples to oranges compared to radeon 5/6/7xxx. There was a thread earlier about an owner getting no more than 5 mhash/sec using the ivy bridge integrated graphics for mining, and he was absolutely sure it was running on the GPU because his CPU wasn't pegged to 100% duty.

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July 10, 2012, 11:17:46 AM
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I don't see CPU being of any use for bitcoin anymore other than info. for botnet operators.....but maybe I'm being paranoid/ignorant. I'm sure there are people that just want to know the figures, but beyond the pursuit of knowledge, CPU's just aren't practical.
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