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May 25, 2011, 09:20:03 AM

ur case cant help cards if they are close,w/o atleast 1 slot between them

PS btw i send u that 0.2 btc,wanted to send 0.02,but made mistake 24.05.2011 15:56

Thanks buddy! Checks out, I'll add you to my thread.
I just meant the case has great airflow,
and I'd put the cards I buy spaced apart with pci-e extensions.

Writing like you should be banned from this forum.
Stop doing "..." it looks stupid and honestly, you are the biggest douche I've seen across these threads.

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If you have enough PCI-Express slots in your computer you should think of investing in 5850's instead since they are far more efficent per dollar.
They cost about $150 I believe and at standard clock they do 250Mh/s. I have clocked mine to 875/300 without voltage increase and it runs at 345Mh/s.

Thanks for saying so, that guy is just being a cancer in all his posts that I've seen.

And yeah, I have 1xPCI-e x16 and 3x PCI-e x1 slots,
so I planned on possibly getting even three cards.

That is probably a better idea with the 5850s,
or maybe even 5830s, as I've heard they have a better hash/$ ratio.
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May 26, 2011, 01:07:55 AM

Hi, I'm a newbie myself and in the exact situation. I have a HD4850 & a poor student too haha I'll be getting my rig this 1~2 days. Well I'd like to contribute but I don't have any Bitcoins yet. However I did start a simple guide for newcomers like ourselves. Maybe you'd like to get familiar with some of the stuff first. Take a look at it and maybe give me some constructive advice so I can make the guide even better Smiley

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