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July 03, 2012, 03:10:54 PM
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July 03, 2012, 03:20:09 PM
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$50 each + $5 shipping each, throw away (or recycle) the boxes to make shipping cheaper.

Wow, I haven't seen any go that low yet, and I'm not really interested in being the first.

How about $85 shipped?  What's your zip code?

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July 03, 2012, 03:21:37 PM
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So everyone else knows - I'm not really interested in trading for other GPUs.
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July 03, 2012, 03:46:24 PM
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$50 each + $5 shipping each, throw away (or recycle) the boxes to make shipping cheaper.

Wow, I haven't seen any go that low yet, and I'm not really interested in being the first.

How about $85 shipped?  What's your zip code?


PM Sent, $85 is still high for me.

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July 03, 2012, 08:55:59 PM
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Yeah I'm more interested in their electrical efficiency, MH/W.

I can see the dollar value and also realize they are nice mid level gaming cards, so my thought was I might mine them until the ASIC pyramid scheme hits and then build and sell some budget gaming PC's.

Thanks.

the only GPU thing better MH/W is 5770. These are best in that regards. Lots of old threads where we crunched a shit ton of numbers on them.

Sorry, but 5830's are far from the most efficient in terms of MH/W

I think the most efficient card for MH/$ -AND- MH/W is the 6870.

Per card, my 6870s are 2.55 MH/watt
For one of my rigs with 4x 6870 is over 2.2 MH/watt

My 5770 is a nice entry level card, and it is more efficient than a 5830, but it is nowhere near as efficient as my 6870.



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July 03, 2012, 09:24:41 PM
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Yeah I'm more interested in their electrical efficiency, MH/W.

I can see the dollar value and also realize they are nice mid level gaming cards, so my thought was I might mine them until the ASIC pyramid scheme hits and then build and sell some budget gaming PC's.

Thanks.

the only GPU thing better MH/W is 5770. These are best in that regards. Lots of old threads where we crunched a shit ton of numbers on them.

Sorry, but 5830's are far from the most efficient in terms of MH/W

I think the most efficient card for MH/$ -AND- MH/W is the 6870.

Per card, my 6870s are 2.55 MH/watt
For one of my rigs with 4x 6870 is over 2.2 MH/watt

My 5770 is a nice entry level card, and it is more efficient than a 5830, but it is nowhere near as efficient as my 6870.


You've never mined on a 5830 @0.95V, have you? It's a beautiful thing. Also, 2.2MHs/watt isn't anything to write home about, at this point.

Lastly, don't forget about the 77xx cards. Both the 7750 and the 7770 are around 3MHs/W, and can be bought around the $100 range.

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July 03, 2012, 09:48:42 PM
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$50 each + $5 shipping each, throw away (or recycle) the boxes to make shipping cheaper.

Wow, I haven't seen any go that low yet, and I'm not really interested in being the first.

How about $85 shipped?  What's your zip code?


I'll revive this, at some point 5xxx cards will go this low.  This may be the month.  $60 each shipped $1,440 for the lot.

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July 03, 2012, 11:04:50 PM
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Yeah I'm more interested in their electrical efficiency, MH/W.

I can see the dollar value and also realize they are nice mid level gaming cards, so my thought was I might mine them until the ASIC pyramid scheme hits and then build and sell some budget gaming PC's.

Thanks.

the only GPU thing better MH/W is 5770. These are best in that regards. Lots of old threads where we crunched a shit ton of numbers on them.

Sorry, but 5830's are far from the most efficient in terms of MH/W

I think the most efficient card for MH/$ -AND- MH/W is the 6870.

Per card, my 6870s are 2.55 MH/watt
For one of my rigs with 4x 6870 is over 2.2 MH/watt

My 5770 is a nice entry level card, and it is more efficient than a 5830, but it is nowhere near as efficient as my 6870.


You've never mined on a 5830 @0.95V, have you? It's a beautiful thing. Also, 2.2MHs/watt isn't anything to write home about, at this point.

Lastly, don't forget about the 77xx cards. Both the 7750 and the 7770 are around 3MHs/W, and can be bought around the $100 range.

I have, but it certainly wasn't more than 2.55 MH/watt per card.  And not all would run undervolted stable at decent speeds.  So how many rigs with 4 5830s do you have running undervolted to .95?  What's the MH/w of each of those rigs?  It doesn't work for me to look at what one special gpu can do, I needed 40+ gpus for my farm.

Why would the 77xx cards even enter into this conversation?    I'm talking about cards that have been available for almost 2 years.  Also, the 7750/7770, in terms of density, are no good for a multi-gpu rig(like the 5770).  I'm not trying to prove which card is the best for mining.I'm just correcting your incorrect statement that 5830 and 5770 are best for MH/w.  

For large scale miners the 5830 has always been a power hog.  They only perceived advantage was MH/$, but the 6870s could be had for $145 shipped when people were paying $130 for 5830s.




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July 04, 2012, 12:02:31 AM
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Yeah I'm more interested in their electrical efficiency, MH/W.

I can see the dollar value and also realize they are nice mid level gaming cards, so my thought was I might mine them until the ASIC pyramid scheme hits and then build and sell some budget gaming PC's.

Thanks.

the only GPU thing better MH/W is 5770. These are best in that regards. Lots of old threads where we crunched a shit ton of numbers on them.

Sorry, but 5830's are far from the most efficient in terms of MH/W

I think the most efficient card for MH/$ -AND- MH/W is the 6870.

Per card, my 6870s are 2.55 MH/watt
For one of my rigs with 4x 6870 is over 2.2 MH/watt

My 5770 is a nice entry level card, and it is more efficient than a 5830, but it is nowhere near as efficient as my 6870.


You've never mined on a 5830 @0.95V, have you? It's a beautiful thing. Also, 2.2MHs/watt isn't anything to write home about, at this point.

Lastly, don't forget about the 77xx cards. Both the 7750 and the 7770 are around 3MHs/W, and can be bought around the $100 range.

I have, but it certainly wasn't more than 2.55 MH/watt per card.  And not all would run undervolted stable at decent speeds.  So how many rigs with 4 5830s do you have running undervolted to .95?  What's the MH/w of each of those rigs?  It doesn't work for me to look at what one special gpu can do, I needed 40+ gpus for my farm.

Why would the 77xx cards even enter into this conversation?    I'm talking about cards that have been available for almost 2 years.  Also, the 7750/7770, in terms of density, are no good for a multi-gpu rig(like the 5770).  I'm not trying to prove which card is the best for mining.I'm just correcting your incorrect statement that 5830 and 5770 are best for MH/w.  

For large scale miners the 5830 has always been a power hog.  They only perceived advantage was MH/$, but the 6870s could be had for $145 shipped when people were paying $130 for 5830s.











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July 04, 2012, 02:19:00 AM
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July 04, 2012, 12:38:05 PM
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$50 each + $5 shipping each, throw away (or recycle) the boxes to make shipping cheaper.

Wow, I haven't seen any go that low yet, and I'm not really interested in being the first.

How about $85 shipped?  What's your zip code?

How about $68.33 Each +$100 shipping and you test the three new in box cards or refund if DOA?  That's $1,739.92 total

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July 06, 2012, 03:37:44 PM
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I certainly want to grab a couple of these.  Waiting for Dwolla.  I would love to get a couple in the 75-80 range.

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July 06, 2012, 06:13:47 PM
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I'll offer $75 shipped for the 3 unopened ones. Paid in bitcoin of course
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July 07, 2012, 10:09:15 PM
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I have bid on 4 of them Smiley Will talk soon Smiley

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July 08, 2012, 10:55:25 AM
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these still easily sell for $100 on eBay, just look at the completed listings (and remember that the price shown doesn't include S&H unless it's stated as being free)

after taking away eBay and paypal fees, you'd still be looking at around $90.  $90 is a good price for a single unit, i think it'd be pretty nutty to go below $75 per even in bulk


the four most recent:

july 7th - $105
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sapphire-Radeon-HD-5830-1GB-GDDR5-Video-Card-Every-Game-MAXED-/190698719380?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item2c66878894  

july 7th - $115
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gigabyte-Technology-ATI-Radeon-HD-5830-GV-R583UD-1GD-/221061687838?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item33784daa1e#ht_500wt_1182

july 7th - $97
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sapphire-Radeon-HD-5830-Xtreme-/221062899183?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item33786025ef#ht_500wt_1182

july 6th - $109
http://www.ebay.com/itm/ATI-Radeon-Sapphire-HD-5830-XTREME-Video-Card-/200785003645?pt=PCC_Video_TV_Cards&hash=item2ebfb8047d#ht_4751wt_1166

the first 3 are used, the 4th is a refurb

miavator, i'm guessing you resell this stuff on ebay? 

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July 09, 2012, 03:07:25 PM
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miavator, i'm guessing you resell this stuff on ebay? 

No, I'm just cheap on $ per mh.

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July 09, 2012, 10:48:42 PM
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Thank you Smiley

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July 11, 2012, 09:34:54 PM
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Thank you Smiley

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I still have 17 lightly used and 3 unopened 5830's for sale, and am still asking $90 ea OBO, so post or PM me an offer.
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