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May 09, 2012, 03:32:24 AM
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Edit: lowered btc prices to reflect rising exchange rate


Freeship to usa, case by case for international.  

I'll accept BTC for internet payments, or BTC/USD for face to face payments within 80 miles of Davis, CA to avoid shipping.


GPUs:

GPU     5770     QTY: 3     Price ea: 11 btc shipped     3x sold
GPU     5830     QTY: 4     Price ea: 16 btc shipped     4x sold
GPU     5870     QTY: 3     Price ea: 26 btc shipped     3x sold
GPU     6850     QTY: 21     Price ea: 13 btc shipped

GPU     5970     QTY: 1     Price ea: 62 btc shipped     sold
(Core 1 doesnt like to OC)

GPU     5770     QTY:1      Price ea: 9 btc shipped.     sold
It gets too hot to really mine well.  It would be best used as a gamer or underclocked/undervolted for efficiency.

GPU     GTX285 QTY:1      Price ea: 11 btc shipped
Not a miner, it came with some hardware in a CL deal and I was using it as a gamer.


PSUs:

PSU       Antec TPQ-1200     Price: 26 btc shipped     Sold
PSU       Antec EA-650        Price:  10 btc shipped.  New in sealed box.
PSU       Corsair HX1000       Price: 17 btc shipped     Sold
(DEAD FAN! I put a case fan on it and it runs fine.  I'll include the case fan)

PSU       Antec EA-650       QTY: 2      Price:  8 btc shipped.    1x sold




ETC (Offer):

CPU      Intel Q9550
MOBO   ASUS P5k Deluxe (room for 4 GPUs)
RAM     6gb ddr2
PSU      Generic 400w
ETC       risers
CPU      Sempron
MOBO    asrock extreme4 970 (room for 5 GPUs)
RAM      Bargain basement 1 gb ddr3
ETC      Wireless USB
CPU      Sempron
MOBO   asrock 870 extreme 3 (room for 4 GPUs)
RAM     Bargain basement 1gb ddr3
ETC     dual PSU adapter






Offers accepted but I'm not in a rush.


I have some transactions with forum members:

Sold items to users in this thread, they sent first

Bought 5830s from EPiSKING
Bought cookies from GABBYNOT
Bought 5770s from Philj
Bought extenders from rotrot
Bought TF2 Keys from DandoRealIta
Bought Ram and BTC polo from littleshop
Bought BTC Shirt from Gabriel Beal
Bought 5830 from Shakaru, as well as 25 btc of stuff that never came =(

All purchases were in BTC and I sent first.  Any of these members will be happy to vouch for me.
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5770           9 btc + 1 btc shipping to continental US.  It gets too hot to really mine well.  It would be best used as a gamer or underclocked/undervolted for efficiency.

what brand is this, got a pic?

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5770           9 btc + 1 btc shipping to continental US.  It gets too hot to really mine well.  It would be best used as a gamer or underclocked/undervolted for efficiency.

what brand is this, got a pic?

Brand is Powercolor, pic below.

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May 10, 2012, 02:00:03 AM
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I am interested in the 5830 ... is that still available?

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May 10, 2012, 02:03:43 AM
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I am interested in the 5830 ... is that still available?

Yes, let me know if you need a pic.  Brand is Saphire.
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May 10, 2012, 03:46:39 PM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?
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May 10, 2012, 10:03:40 PM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?

I will part out if i can't sell whole rigs.  I'll PM you when.
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May 14, 2012, 04:12:44 PM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?

I will part out if i can't sell whole rigs.  I'll PM you when.

Looks like you arent selling. I'll buy all your 5830's as well. It is because your prices are too high.
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May 14, 2012, 05:02:17 PM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?

I will part out if i can't sell whole rigs.  I'll PM you when.

Looks like you arent selling. I'll buy all your 5830's as well. It is because your prices are too high.

If you resort to parting out, there's a few things I'll be interested as well. Some extenders, psu's and some 5870's.

Double check shipping costs via USPS and UPS.

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May 14, 2012, 06:14:39 PM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?

I will part out if i can't sell whole rigs.  I'll PM you when.

Looks like you arent selling. I'll buy all your 5830's as well. It is because your prices are too high.

If you resort to parting out, there's a few things I'll be interested as well. Some extenders, psu's and some 5870's.

I have extenders. Are you interested?
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May 15, 2012, 01:16:19 AM
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I'm interested in just the working 1200w psu, is it possible to part that from the rig?

I will part out if i can't sell whole rigs.  I'll PM you when.

Looks like you arent selling. I'll buy all your 5830's as well. It is because your prices are too high.

Agreed, ill drop prices.  if rigs dont sell after a week i'll part them out / send to ebay.
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May 15, 2012, 03:18:17 AM
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ill give you 7 shipped for the 5770

son needs a card for his pc to play d3 on lol

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May 19, 2012, 12:50:47 AM
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I'll give you 65btc for rig 1 with 5800s only.

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May 19, 2012, 07:51:13 PM
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I'll give you 65btc for rig 1 with 5800s only.

65 btc for 2 5800s
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May 19, 2012, 08:00:33 PM
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I'll give you 65btc for rig 1 with 5800s only.

65 btc for 2 5800s

you're insane.
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May 19, 2012, 08:32:10 PM
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I'll give you 65btc for rig 1 with 5800s only.

65 btc for 2 5800s

you're insane.

my bad, i thought you meant 5870s.  5830s will probably be 18 or 19 btc 
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May 29, 2012, 08:14:45 PM
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I PM'd you on a 5770.

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May 30, 2012, 03:49:17 AM
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I PM'd you on a 5770.

btc received and tracking # provided within 2 hours.

thank you
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June 01, 2012, 07:11:48 PM
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2x Sempron 145 w/Heatsinks and fans
2x 1 GB DDR3 RAM
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June 02, 2012, 01:43:58 AM
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2x Sempron 145 w/Heatsinks and fans
2x 1 GB DDR3 RAM
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I'll accept if you can wait till I have 4 or less mining GPUs for sale, since the farms are still running.

If you want, I can decommission a rig next week (if pending sales go through) and send one sempron and one stick of ram for half the total.
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