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July 17, 2012, 08:45:44 AM
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Your Household-Insurance will be very happy if they see your "rig". xD
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July 17, 2012, 02:05:45 PM
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One 5830 is not much, but it's a beginning. Better get a board that offers your more PCIe Slots for the future.

Hey, I got into Bitmining by buying one of those Sapphire 5830s from Newegg and fighting just to get it above 300MHs. I thought I was doing pretty good!  Grin

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July 19, 2012, 02:20:26 AM
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I think you've got too much overhead in items that aren't GPUs if you only get 1 GPU per computer. The more cost effective rigs are 4-5 GPUs each.
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July 19, 2012, 04:20:04 AM
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One 5830 is not much, but it's a beginning. Better get a board that offers your more PCIe Slots for the future.

Hey, I got into Bitmining by buying one of those Sapphire 5830s from Newegg and fighting just to get it above 300MHs. I thought I was doing pretty good!  Grin

Me too.    I started with x1  5830 from newegg and parts from the closet...   aka the first hit is free.

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July 19, 2012, 01:34:14 PM
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One 5830 is not much, but it's a beginning. Better get a board that offers your more PCIe Slots for the future.

Hey, I got into Bitmining by buying one of those Sapphire 5830s from Newegg and fighting just to get it above 300MHs. I thought I was doing pretty good!  Grin

Me too.    I started with x1  5830 from newegg and parts from the closet...   aka the first hit is free.

Next thing you know you're trying to figure out how you're going to pay for today's lunch with quarters dug up from the back of the couch, and you've got 16 GPUs that all smell like fish. Or was that a bad dream I had...

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