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June 15, 2011, 12:49:51 AM
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correct, you cant price match US and AU prices. plus the postage is obscene unless you go untracked airmail and even then its not cheap.

plus with this site you dont have to factor in fee's, time, and risk when converting you btc back to paypal/cash/bank account

im just hanging for AU to get its own exchange, which ive heard may only be 1-2 weeks away, the we'll be set.

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June 15, 2011, 12:57:22 AM
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correct, you cant price match US and AU prices. plus the postage is obscene unless you go untracked airmail and even then its not cheap.

plus with this site you dont have to factor in fee's, time, and risk when converting you btc back to paypal/cash/bank account

im just hanging for AU to get its own exchange, which ive heard may only be 1-2 weeks away, the we'll be set.

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BTW Bitpiggy should be back up sometime today - have you tried them for AUD <-> BTC conversion?

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June 15, 2011, 01:06:19 AM
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i did see them b4 they closed and thought their prices weren't good enough, but i never really did the math to see how much % wise it was different to mtgox and compare that to costs to diy. maybe when they open again ill check it out.

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June 15, 2011, 05:51:41 AM
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Just ordered the MSILightning OC 6970. So far so good - the website ordering system is pretty normal and they accept a payment after only 4 confirmations.

Wow, you paid 30Btc*20=600 bucks for an OC 6970 , are you kidding me ?

That's only $30 - say 5% - above usual cost for this particular OC. You seen the prices of those things, or are you just talking out of your bum? Can you show me where I can get one cheaper? If you're going to tell me "well Joe Blow over in Lane Cove sells them for $550" well forget it, I'm happy to pay a premium and support a bitcoin merchant.

Dude seriously I have no idea what you are talking about when you can easily get a new 6970 below 400 marks any where in Australia ffs ?? (http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=6970&x=0&y=0), unless you really want to pay 150$ buck for a "premium" rofl.


Anyway, bitpiggy.com is also a joke, the fee overthere is way way too high, I absolutely have no idea why many ozzy used that site for BTC to Aud conversion !!!
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June 15, 2011, 06:48:21 AM
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Just ordered the MSILightning OC 6970. So far so good - the website ordering system is pretty normal and they accept a payment after only 4 confirmations.

Wow, you paid 30Btc*20=600 bucks for an OC 6970 , are you kidding me ?

That's only $30 - say 5% - above usual cost for this particular OC. You seen the prices of those things, or are you just talking out of your bum? Can you show me where I can get one cheaper? If you're going to tell me "well Joe Blow over in Lane Cove sells them for $550" well forget it, I'm happy to pay a premium and support a bitcoin merchant.

Dude seriously I have no idea what you are talking about when you can easily get a new 6970 below 400 marks any where in Australia ffs ?? (http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=6970&x=0&y=0), unless you really want to pay 150$ buck for a "premium" rofl.


Reread the post - you haven't gotten prices for the MSILightning OC 6970 there, friend.  I'm afraid your search skills have deserted you and left you with some plain vanilla 880MHz models. I wanted a 920 to 940 MHz model. Can you find me one of those at the same price? I guess my "premium" is to have a faster quieter (for the same hashrate) card. lol rofl and brb. (oh you crazy funny kid, travex! I just *had* to leetspeek you back  Wink )

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Anyway, bitpiggy.com is also a joke, the fee overthere is way way too high, I absolutely have no idea why many ozzy used that site for BTC to Aud conversion !!!

What's your problem with bitpiggy? What other Australian sites are you comparing them to? I didn't know there were other AUD <-> BTC sites out there, since not even Mt Gox will do an easy withdrawal of cash to AUD. I *do* need to cash some coins to AUD - what Australian exchange other than Bitpiggy should I use?

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June 15, 2011, 07:20:42 AM
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Just ordered the MSILightning OC 6970. So far so good - the website ordering system is pretty normal and they accept a payment after only 4 confirmations.

Wow, you paid 30Btc*20=600 bucks for an OC 6970 , are you kidding me ?

That's only $30 - say 5% - above usual cost for this particular OC. You seen the prices of those things, or are you just talking out of your bum? Can you show me where I can get one cheaper? If you're going to tell me "well Joe Blow over in Lane Cove sells them for $550" well forget it, I'm happy to pay a premium and support a bitcoin merchant.

Dude seriously I have no idea what you are talking about when you can easily get a new 6970 below 400 marks any where in Australia ffs ?? (http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=6970&x=0&y=0), unless you really want to pay 150$ buck for a "premium" rofl.


Reread the post - you haven't gotten prices for the MSILightning OC 6970 there, friend.  I'm afraid your search skills have deserted you and left you with some plain vanilla 880MHz models. I wanted a 920 to 940 MHz model. Can you find me one of those at the same price? I guess my "premium" is to have a faster quieter (for the same hashrate) card. lol rofl and brb. (oh you crazy funny kid, travex! I just *had* to leetspeek you back  Wink )

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Anyway, bitpiggy.com is also a joke, the fee overthere is way way too high, I absolutely have no idea why many ozzy used that site for BTC to Aud conversion !!!

What's your problem with bitpiggy? What other Australian sites are you comparing them to? I didn't know there were other AUD <-> BTC sites out there, since not even Mt Gox will do an easy withdrawal of cash to AUD. I *do* need to cash some coins to AUD - what Australian exchange other than Bitpiggy should I use?


Dude, you made me LOLed so hard, so basically all you want is a 6970 with 920-940Mhz core ? Dear friend, even my old unlocked 6950=6970 could do 1000MHz core at stock voltage for mining, and interestingly I paid 230$ for it only. For a quieter with the same hashrate with my old 6950,  you are willing to pay 600-230=370 bucks for the -so called premium-, fair enough mate, but your argument is extremely weak. Dont get me wrong, I do not say the unlocked 6950 is "better" than the 6970 in term of OC capability, but you only want 940Mhz core max so obviously the 6950 is a much smarter choice.

To cash out BTC to AUD, there are several ways, one of them is have a visit at bitcoin-otc, there are many people happy to offer you btc-aud with paypal or wire transfer.

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June 15, 2011, 08:01:03 AM
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Just ordered the MSILightning OC 6970. So far so good - the website ordering system is pretty normal and they accept a payment after only 4 confirmations.

Wow, you paid 30Btc*20=600 bucks for an OC 6970 , are you kidding me ?

That's only $30 - say 5% - above usual cost for this particular OC. You seen the prices of those things, or are you just talking out of your bum? Can you show me where I can get one cheaper? If you're going to tell me "well Joe Blow over in Lane Cove sells them for $550" well forget it, I'm happy to pay a premium and support a bitcoin merchant.

Dude seriously I have no idea what you are talking about when you can easily get a new 6970 below 400 marks any where in Australia ffs ?? (http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=6970&x=0&y=0), unless you really want to pay 150$ buck for a "premium" rofl.


Reread the post - you haven't gotten prices for the MSILightning OC 6970 there, friend.  I'm afraid your search skills have deserted you and left you with some plain vanilla 880MHz models. I wanted a 920 to 940 MHz model. Can you find me one of those at the same price? I guess my "premium" is to have a faster quieter (for the same hashrate) card. lol rofl and brb. (oh you crazy funny kid, travex! I just *had* to leetspeek you back  Wink )

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Anyway, bitpiggy.com is also a joke, the fee overthere is way way too high, I absolutely have no idea why many ozzy used that site for BTC to Aud conversion !!!

What's your problem with bitpiggy? What other Australian sites are you comparing them to? I didn't know there were other AUD <-> BTC sites out there, since not even Mt Gox will do an easy withdrawal of cash to AUD. I *do* need to cash some coins to AUD - what Australian exchange other than Bitpiggy should I use?


Dude, you made me LOLed so hard, so basically all you want is a 6970 with 920-940Mhz core ? Dear friend, even my old unlocked 6950=6970 could do 1000MHz core at stock voltage for mining, and interestingly I paid 230$ for it only. For a quieter with the same hashrate with my old 6950,  you are willing to pay 600-230=370 bucks for the -so called premium-, fair enough mate, but your argument is extremely weak. Dont get me wrong, I do not say the unlocked 6950 is "better" than the 6970 in term of OC capability, but you only want 940Mhz core max so obviously the 6950 is a much smarter choice.

To cash out BTC to AUD, there are several ways, one of them is have a visit at bitcoin-otc, there are many people happy to offer you btc-aud with paypal or wire transfer.



So glad I made you lol. It warms my old heart to see such enthusiasm!

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June 15, 2011, 08:43:43 AM
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You realise Bitcoindelivers.com is an Australian site, don't you? If I wanted to go through the hassle of ordering something through Newegg (including lack of OS customer service) then I would have. Find me a similar price to the newegg one in east coast australia. If you can, your google fu is better than mine.

http://www.myshopping.com.au/PR--374419_XFX_ATI_RADEON_HD6970_2GB_Graphics_Card

376 to 395$ AUD, lol.

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June 15, 2011, 09:15:51 AM
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I'm curious as to how you were able to checkout with bitcoins rather than actual fiat money.  Is there some kind of plugin you use?  Also, how are you able to install a live bitcoin/australian dollar live price on your site?
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You realise Bitcoindelivers.com is an Australian site, don't you? If I wanted to go through the hassle of ordering something through Newegg (including lack of OS customer service) then I would have. Find me a similar price to the newegg one in east coast australia. If you can, your google fu is better than mine.

http://www.myshopping.com.au/PR--374419_XFX_ATI_RADEON_HD6970_2GB_Graphics_Card

376 to 395$ AUD, lol.

Wrong product, lolboy. And still off topic.

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June 15, 2011, 12:24:03 PM
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Wrong product, lolboy. And still off topic.

So you think $200 dollars justifies a 40mhz overclock you could perform in afterburner in 5 seconds?

The world needs more customers like you; No more recession. Call Bernanke.

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June 15, 2011, 02:00:21 PM
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Travex, Xonar, if you have a particular product you would like to purchase with Bitcoins simply send me an email via bitcoindelivers.com with the details (including the shop in Australia that has the price your after) and I will add it to the site for purchase at a rate close to the BTC->AUD exchange rate.  That's what organofcorti did, he was specifically after the 6970 OC Lightning edition and I was happy to add it to the site for him to purchase.

Any discussions over which cards are better for mining etc are probably better suited to the "Mining" forums.
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June 15, 2011, 02:08:27 PM
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accord01,

I have modified the original OpenCart system to include my own custom Bitcoin payment system and live rates component.

Maybe one day if I ever clean up the code and can package it as a module I will upload it to the OpenCart module repository.
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June 16, 2011, 04:19:25 AM
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Travex, Xonar, if you have a particular product you would like to purchase with Bitcoins simply send me an email via bitcoindelivers.com with the details (including the shop in Australia that has the price your after) and I will add it to the site for purchase at a rate close to the BTC->AUD exchange rate.  That's what organofcorti did, he was specifically after the 6970 OC Lightning edition and I was happy to add it to the site for him to purchase.

Any discussions over which cards are better for mining etc are probably better suited to the "Mining" forums.

Fair enough mate, but my did not intentionally talk about GPUs comparison. Just wanted talking about the price, but anyway no more thread crap, peace mate. Good luck with your business , cheer.
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June 20, 2011, 01:41:06 PM
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Shop owner contacted me to let me know product I ordered would take a while to be delivered and did I want a refund? Got refund immediately. You can trust this shop.

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June 20, 2011, 02:01:36 PM
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Prices are broken, haha. Will be ordering something when things settle down.
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June 20, 2011, 02:18:38 PM
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Yeah, prices are deliberately high until things settle down.

I think I set the price at 1btc = 0.10usd, considering at the time the actual exchange rate was 1btc = 0.01usd I thought that was quite generous Smiley
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Ok, prices are back to normal now.  And as the Aussie dollar slowly falls back to parity with USD the prices are just that little bit better Smiley
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