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February 15, 2015, 10:18:12 PM
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Convenience fee attached with a quiet, low-powered miner. That and materials value - buying a Dragon is buying one controller (a Pi, I believe) and one LCD, versus buying ten controllers (which are stronger than Pis) and ten LCDs (which are better than the ones on Dragons).

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February 15, 2015, 10:21:58 PM
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Hmmm, am I correct in assuming it has an integrated controller and an integrated PSU, and it draws 100w @ the wall (ish)?

You cool with doing OgNasty escrow if that's the case?  Wink

Yes and yes. I believe escrow is free in this case as well.

im just curious how these were selling for .3BTC when they mine at 100gh/s when I saw dragon miners 1th for .7BTC that have integrated psu's as well and drew 1000watt  at wall, basically the same if u were to get 10 x-1's                                                                                

These are silent, give off little heat, and can be undervolted to provide about 30% better efficiency than a dragon miner.  They are also much smaller and look cooler with their built in LCD.

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February 16, 2015, 01:20:50 AM
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ohhh okay, word gotcha, makes sense Cheesy

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