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December 11, 2013, 04:47:23 PM
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Just say hey rappers if you would like to fight back against the piracy and other probs in the music industry you should adopt Bitcoin as a way of payment for you music, concerts, etc.

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December 11, 2013, 06:32:35 PM
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Many rappers love to brag about how rich they are.  They do this by boasting about their dollar balances, expensive cars, houses, drinks.  It's just a matter of getting some rappers interested in bitcoin and getting invested.  Eventually they will have some lyrics about carrying 1 BTC on their iphone, walking into a club and dropping the whole lot on the bar Smiley
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December 11, 2013, 07:24:32 PM
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Bits Be Tripping Theme song is a 'rap'/trap song themed on Bitcoin/Altcoins, only a 12 bar verse, but didnt need a full song for a theme.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_NSTnYMdN0

However, our first episode caught a lot of hell on creating a format based on this style ... to the point we have pulled episode 1 and are in the works of rerecording under a normal context.

The point of the channel is very specific, but lost in the entertainment value we were trying to project. We are adjusting the format to be high production, but offer a clear and consise analysis in each video specific to a range of subject matters on the Bitcoin/cryptocurrency universe.

Episode 1 and 2 will be posted this sunday (december 15th, 2013)  with the format change and hopefully gets good acolades.

Test rig setup:
eVGA Supernova 1300W G2 (Gold 80)
Asus P8P67 Rev 3.0 (1155slot)
Intel i5 3570k stock clock/cooler
Corsair Ballistix 8GB (2x4gb PC12800)
Sandisk 128gb SSD
<variable graphics cards depending on episode)

Episode 1
Purpose of the episode is to see how much ambient tempature plays on a Litecoin(any scrypt) Mining rig. We run the rig in a typical 75 (25% humidity) degree indoor environment (pair of Gigabyte 7970HDs @ 1000mhz core) for a 10min operational test, then take the rig outside with ambient tempature @ 27 (19% humidity), run same 10min test. Take both internal and external thermal/power test using a laser tempature sensor and a Kill-a-watt monitor.

Episode 2
Focuses on multiple test, trying out R9 290x, R9 290, R9 280X, R9 270x, R7 260X ; showing hashrates, temps and our best configurations for highest hashrates.

Other future episodes including walking people through adjusting core/memory clocks and adjusting intensity and thread concurrency to dial in their card for best hashrates... We are still filming this one, but have great consistant results to the point we think we can communicate the best/fastest way to get to this...


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https://www.youtube.com/bitsbetrippin
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