Litecoin Mining Rig - 4 R9 270x GPUs — Cooking Circuits

Gigabyte Radeon R9 270 OC Windforce is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-gpu/gigabyte-radeon-r9-270-oc-windforce/

Gigabyte Radeon R9 270 OC Windforce is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-gpu/gigabyte-radeon-r9-270-oc-windforce/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Help a new member of the Myriad family

Hi everybody!
I have been following all the crypto-currencies scene for quite a while (I was there when CPU minning bitcoin was still a thing but I lost my wallet that contained 3BTC…) and I want to get back in!
I am a french student and I want to do it for fun (not much money in my pocket ) : I have a budget of about 100€ (~115USD). I already have power supplys (one 500W for the GPU(s), one 350W for the motherboard), usb flash drive for the OS, Linux knowledges and last but not least : free electricity.
Well I know the electricity is never free (I pay 38€ a month for water+electricity+… for whatever I amout I use) but winter is coming so heat generated but the mining hardware → less energy used by the radiator.
I am currently searching on ebay for a good motherboard (well by good I mean cheap with 2+ PCI and not too power hungry) for around 40€ and a good enough GPU (I don’t care of the absolute power, I just want something that can mine all algorithms , I read some issues with very old card that don’t have enough RAM).
Actually I think of getting a motherboard with a core2duo (if the CPU has good enough instructions so that I can mine with it it could be a plus) because it seems a good compromise (I have tons of DDR2 sticks at home) but I am a bit lost when it comes to the GPU.
I am a Linux guy so AMD has my preference (open source drivers) but if Windows is better for a specific GPU I could find an old License ;-) I am also ready to patch GPU bioses and spending hours trying to find the best stable OC.
I found out that R9 270 sells for about 75€ on ebay (shipping to France included) and seems to be the best compromise.
I will probably spend a lot of time next year to look for the best bargain to “upgrade” my miner but, once again, it is mostly for fun (I know I won’t be able to actually make money out of it, unless I spend 5h+ a day trading). I will also get multiple crappy old desktops for free so CPU mining could be fun (setting up a pool,etc …) and this is why I am interested in Myriad (being able to merge the earnings of multiple algorithm is a neat feature).
So, do you have any advice on my building ? (specially on the GPU side) Thanks a lot !
PS: I forgot to talk about the case, it will be open air one and build an aluminium case when I get a second GPU
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[USA-CO][H]SR-X mobo, GPU's, servers, ram, ssd's, psu's, monitors, cpu's, 64bit phone case/mini computer [W]Paypal, Bitcoin, Cash, Amd gpu's

well I got some stuff to sell, shipping included unless local only (80023 broomfield co), prices obo but I may not budge much depending on the item. Bitcoin preferred. Minimum order $40.
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paypal
local cash
bitcoin, ether, zcash
TRADES (will only consider if it is a trade or great deal as my budget is short till I sell more)
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Timestamps/Pics-http://imgur.com/a/Cuwda
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Items (shipping included) Description Price
i7 4770k no oc $200
ASUS Z87-A (never oc'ed light mining) $55
Ballistix Sport 8GB Kit 4GBx2 DDR3 1600mhz $40
combo of the above ASUS Z87-A+ $270
gtx 760 no oc, no mining $65
ASUS HD 7850 (never oc'ed light mining) $55
R9 270x replaced fan with 80mm delta. stays extremely cool and isn't overwhelmingly load $75
Amd Firepro S7000 -AS IS- Long text :P $80
EVGA SR-X Motherboard Long text :P Please no post craping on this item unless you can find a cheaper one online in stock
EMC 200GB ENTERPRISE 2.5" SSD HUSSL4020ASS600 would like to keep until i sell the sr-x as its a important part of my main rig. $150
DDR3 ECC reg ram 2G dat good ram for all your ram needs $7
DDR3 ECC reg ram 4G dat good ram for all your ram needs $10
DDR3 ECC reg ram 8G dat good ram for all your ram needs $15
64bit phone case+a phone/pico atx computer Long text :P $200
Xeon L5520 socket 1366 ... $5
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LOCAL ONLY (unless buyer pays shipping)
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LOCAL ONLY Description Price
vizio m321i a2 monitosmart tv 1080p, 120hz, 32 inch, pixel perfect, minimal back-light bleed $150
vizio m321i a2 monitosmart tv 1080p, 120hz, 32 inch, small spot of dead pixels, medium back-light bleed $90
lg 920p monitor (details on request) $40
Loaded dell r900 server 4p 2.8ghz?, 64 gigs ram, dual 1kw+ psu's, raid card, 5x 10k sas disks $150
Close to barebone dell r900 server no cpu's, 48 gigs ram, 1kw+ psu, 5x 10k sas disks $80
2x Cisco Pwr-rps2300 Redundant Power system each includes 2 1150 watt power supplys $40 each $60 for two
?dell 2850? (has been lying around for abit, failed raid sold as is because of that) $40
corsair cx 550m simi-modular $40
corsair ax 750 modular $65
corsair hx 750 simi-modular $60
evga 600b simi-modular $40
Sold Items
MSI Eclipse Plus X58 LGA 1366 motherboard- sold
1x 7850-sold
2x evga gtx 980ti-sold
NIB Intel 5820k-sold
gigabyte gtx 960-sold
EVGA gtx 750 ti-sold
asus gtx 770-sold
r9 280x-sold
r9 280-sold
hd 7970-sold
hd 7950-sold
zotac gtx 980ti-sold
1 vizio m321i a2 monitor-sold
Some BTC-sold
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Ideas have a value.

I have been in the vertcoin community for last six months, and I have been mining with my eleven R9 270. Just like all of you, I have been disappointed with the VTC prices. However, I am not giving up, and I keep mining, because VTC is not just computer code; it's an idea. The idea of decentralized currency is as old as bitcoin. After bitcoin was centralized by industrial mining, litecoin came to the scene to reestablish decentralization, but it failed. Now, we have VTC to keep the idea alive. Therefore, I am into VTC, and that's why VTC has a bright future. Are you into VTC for the same reason or do you think that I am crazy?
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6x R9 270 - Need help! - I'm desperate!

What's up everyone?
So ever since I built my rig I've been having quite a few problems with it, I have a 6GPU - MSI R9 270 Rig. I'm using the Gigabyte 990FXA UD3 with it along with 2x Cooler Master 650W PSUs Bronze Ceritifed PSU that power everything.
The 1st GPU powers the mobo, HDD, 6 powered risers and 1GPU, the 2nd one is only powering 5 GPUs.
Anyway about a few days ago the rig randomly shut off and ever since I can't mine with 6GPUs, the rig powers on and everything but when I start mining it sometimes shuts off imediatly, but sometimes the rig stays on but the entire screen freezes and it shuts off after about 5-10 minutes.
I tried mining with 5 and 4 GPUs - the same thing happens. At the moment I'm mining with 3GPUs as that works right now, hopefully it doesn't shut off again.
I also smelt and checked everything in case something got burnt, but no, there are no sings of fire, not on the risers, mobo, GPUs... Nowhere.
Here's my current setup : 1st PSU : Mobo+HDD... 3 powered risers and 1 GPU 2nd PSU : 2GPUs
I'm so desperate right now that I don't even know what to do, I have invested money into Bitcoin so I can forget about this in the future when Bitcoin gets up in price, but I just hate seeing the rig sitting and doing nothing. I invested over $2k and made aout $25 in profit which makes me sick.
Please help me out, thanks!
EDIT : This happens with any config I try.
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Some hardware for sale

I purchased a bunch of new mining gear, most of which is new and unopened that I now need to sell, long story short I have run into some major financial issues. I'm not looking to make a killing but would like to make most of my money back if possible. I will update this list at some point with everything but here is the nutz and boltz:
4 Brand new unopened MSI R9 270 - paid $220 each asking $210 shipped each
1 Open but new and unused MSI R9 270 - paid $220 asking $210 shipped
1 Brand new unopened MSI R9 270X - paid $290 asking $275 shipped
2 Brand new but opened Corsair CSM750M PSU - paid $110 each, asking $105 each shipped, will throw in Add2PSU adapter (cost $23 from Amazon)
1 Brand new but opened ASRock H81 Pro BTC mobo - paid $70, asking $70 shipped (will throw in mobo power switch $5 from Amazon)
1 Corsair NOVA SATA 2 60GB SSD - paid $85, asking $80 shipped
Corsair XMS3 memory 4GB (2 x 2 GB) - paid $50, asking $45 shipped
1 Intel Celeron G1820 processor - paid $45, asking $40 shipped
6 PCI-E Powered riser cards from :http://www.magicgrowing.com/bitcoin-mining/pci-e-powered-riser-card-30cm-12-usb-cable/ - paid $17 each, asking $15 shipped
1 copy of Windows 8 OEM - paid $140, asking $130 shipped
Sadly I can not accept crypto as payment as I need to have cash available as quickly as possible.
I will post this later to crypto hardware however wanted to give fellow shibes first crack at it, also I am located in the US and all prices are for shipped within the US.
I know there are no stellar deals here but my paid price does not reflect tax and shipping I paid and I need to recoup as much as I can because of real life issues at the moment.
Guessing Paypal is the way to go for sales, never have used it for anything but eBay.
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[USA - MD][H] AMD GPU's, Seasonic PSU's [W] Nvidia GPU, Multicopter Parts, GoPro, Paypal, BTC

I have several GPU’s and PSU’s that I am looking to trade or sell. Everything is still under warranty. The cards were used for mining from the purchase dates (listed below) through April of 2014, then I moved and never started mining again. All the cards have been very well maintained, temps were in the mid 60’s generally (except the reference 290, it was in the high 70’s). Fan speeds were generally around 50%; I had the miners in an unused/unheated room with fans venting the air out, so everything was nice and cool. They got cleaned/dusted at least once every few weeks.
Prices include shipping to the continental U.S. I will take Paypal, Bitcoin or trades for the stuff I am looking for listed below. Feel free to make offers with other stuff as well. PSU’s:
1000W Seasonic Platinum - $185 Purchased 05/13 http://i.imgur.com/Jc4Rk3O.jpg SOLD
1250W Seasonic Gold - $185 Purchased 12/13 http://i.imgur.com/xuSuFpG.jpg
GPU’s:
MSI R9 290 Reference Cooler - $250 Purchased 12/13 http://i.imgur.com/xE1X9gS.jpg
MSI R9 290 Twin Frozr Cooler - $270 Purchased 12/13 http://i.imgur.com/uStzTSu.jpg
MSI 7950 Twin Frozr (7970 PCB) - $145 Purchased 11/13 http://i.imgur.com/IQgJakE.jpg
As I said, I am willing to sell outright, but I am also interested in trades. Here are the things I am looking for:
Nvidia GPU – I have a need to do some image processing and the software I’m using needs CUDA. I could throw in a little cash with one of the cards, depending on the GPU.
MulticopteRC parts – I am interested in any muliticopter stuff, especially FPV setups or quad/hex kits, controllers/Gimbals etc…
Fixed wing RC aircraft
GoPro Camera – Interested in all models
Canon Point and Shoot Cameras.
Occulus Rift
Edit: Updated prices based on feedback. Thanks.
Edit2: Also looking for SSD and/or HD and an AMD FX 8XXXX series CPU.
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[Troubleshooting] I have a super weird build with 2 GPU's, and I'm getting no video output from either. The commenter that fixes my problem will be gilded.

(I posted this question to /litecoinmining (and /dogemining), but only got one answer. Just to be sure I want a few more opinions before I go ahead)
I've bought an R9 270, and I have it set up inside a milk crate (litecoin miners know what I'm talking about). The milk crate is sitting next to my gaming computer (I bought a very, very long USB riser to attach the GPU), and I have plugged the gaming computer's PSU into both the powered riser and the new GPU's 6-pin slot. The R9 270 is meant to serve as a full-time bitcoin miner, and is drawing it's power from my gaming computer.
However, when I tried to turn on the computer (with both the 6850 and the R9 270 plugged in), almost everything would work fine. I have checked and made sure the CPU, graphics cards, and the hard drive are working fine. However, my monitors would get no input from both the 6850 and the motherboard's HDMI plug. (My motherboard is an Asrock H61M/U3S3)
I then unplugged the R9 270 + it's 1x to 16x riser, and both PSU cords. When I booted the computer back up, I miraculously started getting video input again.
One last thing: Whenever I run the PC while the R9 270 is plugged in, the PC shuts down as soon as I press the power button. Not sure if this is relevant at all, but just thought this could help anyone looking for a solution.
What I've done so far:
What should I do to restore video to my PC so that I can get the mining card set up?
My Gaming Computer's Partlist:
CPU: Intel Pentium G620 2.6GHz Dual-Core Processor
Motherboard: ASRock H61M/U3S3 Micro ATX LGA1155
Motherboard Memory: Corsair 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3-1333
Memory Storage: Seagate Barracuda 500GB 3.5" 7200RPM
Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 1GB Video Card (Plus the previously mentioned R9 270)
Case: NZXT Phantom 410 (Black/White) ATX Mid Tower Case
Power Supply: Antec Basiq Plus 550W 80+ Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply
TL;DR Installed a R9 270 into my gaming computer as a 24/7 bitcoin mining card. But when I plug it in, I don't get any video from neither my motherboard, the R9 270, nor my 6850. What do I do to restore video?
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Hello, shibes! I just started mining! Any good pools I can join?

Today I started mining using my GTX 750 Ti. It's at stock clocks atm, plan to overclock later. It's the FTW one from EVGA, supposed to overclock nicely :) I plan to get a R9 270 or R9 270x soon, for better FPS and more hashes :) I've been mining for multipool.us, but I'm disappointed at a few things. I don't mind donation fees - it's always nice to do that. The high transaction fees are what gets me. It's 1%, plus the 0.5% I'm donating. I'm using Cudaminer, and according to multipool it is mining LTC, FTC, DOGE, ANC, POT, a bunch of scrypt cryptocurrencies. I know that with the built in Cryptsy feature I could convert them all to bitcoin, but it's constantly switching and focusing my hashes on different scrypt currencies - sometimes multiple at once. I would like to mine just dogecoin with my cpu and gpu, and I plan to get some cheap block erupters for SHA256 currencies... not just bitcoin, don't mess that up.
I'd like to know of some nice dogecoin pools I could mine with... and if possible only dogecoin :)
thanks, sorry for the long post :P
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Monitor will turn off in a game but the computer is still running?

Recently I have been having some issues with my PC. I will be playing cs go or rocket league and randomly the monitor will go black but the computer and sound will stay on (Num lock won't work after the monitor goes black). Nothing I do will get the monitor to turn back on except restarting the computer.
I assume this is a problem with my graphics card but wanted to check before investing in a new one. As a side note, I recently went from using a 42 inch Vizio tv as my monitor to an Asus vg248qe. Everything worked fine before and the problem started after I got the Asus monitor. My graphics card is also second hand and was previously used on a bitcoin mining rig (another reason I think it may be my graphics cards at the end of it's life). Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i5-4690K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor $229.99 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard Asus Maximus VI Hero ATX LGA1150 Motherboard $174.99 @ SuperBiiz
Video Card Gigabyte Radeon R9 270 2GB WINDFORCE Video Card $159.99 @ SuperBiiz
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PC GPU's Can Mine Cryptocurrencies when not Gaming. Consoles Sit Useless

You've invested money building a slick gaming PC? Unbeknownst to you, you've probably inadvertently built a great PC for mining Crypto currencies like Dogecoin, Litecoin, Darkcoin, Vertcoin, and thousands of others.
You can convert electricity into coins, and if you want you can trade these coins for Bitcoin or even USD.
New coins are launched everyday and during the first few hours/days of a coin launch it is easy to acquire a large share. If you do your research you can potentially get a large share of a coin that will build value.
For reference a single R9 270 card can produce ~1000 Dogecoins a day. Not much in USD value, but an easy way to dip your feet into a new hobby that utilizes hardware you've already invested in. You can mine whenever you aren't gaming.
I've been a PC buildegamer my whole life. I got into Crypto mining this January, and at first I was nervous about damaging components by running them so hard continuously, at rather high temperatures (80C). Well its been 6 months and there are no hardware stability issues. 6 Cards running at ~80C 24/7 for 6months. They run flawlessly. Thermal paste could probably be re-applied now. The point is, if you have a clean PC and know how to troubleshoot hardware you aren't going to damage your computer or graphics cards. Its been argued that gaming stresses the GPU's more because the load is changing high-low, whereas mining is constant high.
Anyways you want to know:
How can I start mining?
There are so many coins where do I start?
Dogecoin is the easiest coin to start mining (not necessarily most profitable) so we will start there and after you learn with Doge you can expand to new horizons.
Register at your pool. Create a worker. Go to the "getting started page" and copy the host "stratum+tcp://stratum.rapidhash.net" and port number "3333" and then you can enter your workepassword details and start mining. You can then carefully adjust your parameters to increase your mining speed. Increasing intensity too high can crash your card. Check out the configuration settings in this guide for approximately optimal settings for your GPU
If this sounds like a lot of work then this might not be the hobby for you. If you are interested about maximizing the potential of your gaming hardware and want to enter a new and engaging hobby, this might be the right place to start. Its also another thing that PC gamers can do that Consoles really fail at.
Now get into those mines and start digging!
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Just ordered my rig!

ASRock H81 Pro BTC Bitcoin/Litecoin mining motherboard
Kingston Hyper X Blu 4 GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 Desktop Memory
Intel Pentium Processor G3220 3.0 GHz LGA 1150
Rosewill 1300W 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Power Supply LIGHTNING-1300
5 x Sapphire Radeon R9 270 2GB GDDR5 DVI-I/DVI-D/HDMI/DP Dual-X with Boost and OC Version PCI-Express Graphics Cards 11220-00-20G
5 x Extra Long Powered Pci-express Pci-e 1x to 16x Riser Flex USB Extender Sata Not Molex 2 Feet
Planning on running BAMT off a USB stick.
WAHOOO! TO THE MOON!
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Choose a riser... Would this be okay?

Hey
just a really quick question.
Iam about to buy some riser adapters for my future mining rig, and I stumbled across these.
They seem to be perfect. I want USB ones, because of reasons.
Iam about to get the Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 and (at the end) 6 Gigabyte/Asus R9 270's.
Does some has experience with these risers? Or even with this eBay seller? To they readlly work for a 24/7 rig? Are they quality?
Thanks :)
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[CANADA-BC] [H] Crypto Currency Mining Enclosure and hardware FULL setup sale [W] $ or Bitcoin

I own a crypto currency mining investment company and I'm selling off the current hardware setup. It has been in use since mid-March of 2014. I've had a series of unfortunate events occur in my personal life that require me to sell off my business's hardware and other personal items.
This is for a firm priced sale, I am looking for a buyer that is either wanting to get into the mining business and wants a GPU based setup that can tackle all the new algorithms VS ASIC based setups that go obsolete within months and have no resale value. Or a buyer that wants to expand their mining farm or mining business and would love a plug-n-play type setup where the only thing they are required to do is have one power feed wired into their warehouse or home panel. This would be for local pickup only most likely. It will require the buyer to have a truck or to rent a u-haul type of moving truck. The system is roughly 60 inches tall by 95 inches long by 24 inches wide, not sure on its weight but moveable if the cards are removed(the cards are designed to be plug-n-play as well, no screws, just pop out pop in.) and runs at 240v for PC hardware and 120v for fans/misc regular appliance plugins(routers/switches etc).
The enclosure houses 8 systems which consist of 46 R9 280x video cards (it has room for expansion), has its own built in surge protection system to withstand lightning and other outside-the-enclosure based surges, whole system runs at 240v for best efficiency, has a 100amp breaker panel which is attached to the enclosure for maximum expansion.
The enclosure has 6x20 inch box fans which provide the 24/7 constant air flow for the video cards. I have two other 20 inch box fans that are for in and out airflow for fresh air circulation. All video cards are easy to access and can easily add or remove cards to/from the unit. I built the enclosure design in-house.
Serious inquiries ONLY, I have priced this as fair market price for used hardware among the enclosure costs which include the power panel, surge protection, cable runs, professional electrical hardware/electrician fees etc. This is a full plug and play type enclosure setup for any mining farm out there. Originally built for $33000~, I'm strictly selling it at a fair hardware priced value with cutting out a lot of the fee's that you would have to pay for an electrician to wire up your own custom enclosure and the electrical hardware. Cash or Bitcoins only.
Asking $15000 Canadian firm. Also I am located around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Pictures: https://imageshack.com/a/rmAz/1
It consists of the following hardware:
GPUS:
-40x Powercolor Radeon R9 280X OC 1030MHZ 3GB 6.0GBPS GDDR5 DVI HDMI 2XMINIDP PCI-E Video Card http://www.powercolor.com/Global/products_features.asp?id=512
-6x ASUS Radeon R9 280X OC 1070MHZ 3GB 6.4GHZ GDDR5 2xDVI HDMI DisplayPort PCI-E Video Card [R9280X-DC2T-3GD5] http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/R9280XDC2T3GD5/
Motherboards:
-5x H81 Pro BTC http://www.asrock.com/mb/intel/h81%20pro%20btc/
-2x Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 AMD990FX ATX AM3+ DDR3 4PCI-E16 2PCI-E1 1PCI SLI SATA3 USB3.0 Motherboard [GA-990FXA-UD3] http://ca.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3996#ov
-1x asrock 970 Extreme3 http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/970%20Extreme3/
Power Supplies(All PLATINUM RATED for best efficiency and running at 240v):
-14x Corsair AX1200I 1200W Digital ATX 12V 80 Plus Platinum Modular Power Supply 140mm Fan http://www.corsair.com/en/ax1200i-digital-atx-power-supply-1200-watt-80-plus-platinum-certified-fully-modular-psu
-1x Corsair AX860I 860W Digital ATX 12V 80 Plus Platinum Modular Power Supply http://www.corsair.com/en/ax860i-digital-atx-power-supply-860-watt-80-plus-platinum-certified-fully-modular-psu
-1x Antec HCP-1300 Platinum power supply http://www.antec.com/product.php?id=706569&fid=343
CPU's:
-5x Intel Pentium G3220 Dual Core 3.0GHZ Processor LGA1150 Haswell 3MB Cache Retail [BX80646G3220] http://ark.intel.com/products/77773/Intel-Pentium-Processor-G3220-3M-Cache-3_00-GHz
-1x AMD FX 4-Core Black Edition FX-4130 [fd4130frgubox] http://products.amd.com/en-gb/DesktopCPUDetail.aspx?id=808&f1=&f2=&f3=&f4=&f5=&f6=&f7=&f8=&f9=&f10=&f11=&f12=
-1x AMD Athlon II X2 250 (3.0GHz, 65W, 2MB total dedicated L2 cache, 4000MHz HyperTransport™ bus, socket AM3) http://products.amd.com/en-gb/DesktopCPUDetail.aspx?id=691
-1x AMD Athlon II X2 270 Regor Dual-Core 3.4GHz Socket AM3 65W Desktop Processor [ADX270OCGMBOX] http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/AMD-Athlon%20II%20X2%20270%20-%20ADX270OCK23GM%20(ADX270OCGMBOX).html
Memory:
-1x Corsair XMS3 CMX4GX3M2A1600C9 4GB DDR3 2X2GB DDR3-1600 CL 9-9-9-24 Core i5 Dual Channel Memory Kit [CMX4GX3M2A1600C9] http://www.corsair.com/en/cmx4gx3m2a1600c9
-1x Corsair Vengeance Blue CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B 8GB 2X4GB DDR3-1600 CL9-9-9-24 Dual Channel Memory Kit [CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B] http://www.corsair.com/en/vengeance-8gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmz8gx3m2a1600c9b
-1x Kingston HyperX 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX http://www.kingston.com/en/memory/search/?partid=khx1600c9d3k2/8gx
-1x Corsair 6GB Triple Channel DDR3 Memory Kit (TR3X6G1600C8D) http://www.corsair.com/en/tr3x6g1600c8d
Hard Drives:
USB flash drives for hard drives
-2x Kingston 8GB USB3.0 DataTraveler 100 G3 USB Flash Drive [DT100G3/8GBCR] http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/dt100g3_en.pdf
-6x Kingston 16GB USB3.0 DataTraveler 100 G3 USB Flash Drive [DT100G3/16GBCR] http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/dt100g3_en.pdf
Misc accessories/electrical for the enclosure:
-1x D-LINK DSS-8+ Unmanaged Desktop Switch, 8-Port, 10/100 Mbps http://www.dlink.com/si/sl/support/product/dss-8plus-8-port-10-100-desktop-switch
-all cat5e cables included.
-18x Heavy-Duty Power Cord, 15A, 14AWG (IEC-320-C13 to NEMA L6-20P) 6-ft.(2 spare for expansion can order more however). http://www.tripplite.com/heavy-duty-power-cord-iec-320-c13-to-nema-l6-20p-6-ft~P011006/
-1x Leviton 51120-1 Panel Protector, 120/240-Volt(surge protector) http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ProductDetail.jsp?partnumber=51120-1§ion=39955
-18x Leviton 2320 20 Amp, 250 Volt, Flush Mounting Locking Receptacle, Grounding, Industrial Grade, V-0-MAX (Black) http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ProductDetail.jsp?partnumber=2320§ion=40369
-2x Belkin 12 Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Phone/Ethernet/Coaxial Protection and Extended Cord 4156 Joules http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000HPX46U/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
-9x Lasko #3720 20" Weather-Shield Performance Box Fans http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000BOCD1Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Triple R9 290X XFire, Need advice on new CPU/Mobo combo, maybe RAM too.

So i built a PC for alt-coin mining last December. Fortunately, it paid itself off with Bitcoin earnings and I want to turn it into a gaming PC now. It works pretty damn good already (The Witcher 2 gets around 25-35fps in high density areas, 30-90fps in dungeons and such), but I want this system to be uber overkill for Witcher 3 etc. Right now, my most limiting factors I believe are the CPU/Mobo, and possibly RAM. So, here's the build as of right now;
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
CPU AMD Athlon II X2 270 3.4GHz Dual-Core Processor $67.99 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 ATX AM3+ Motherboard $158.98 @ SuperBiiz
Memory Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1333 Memory $75.99 @ Amazon
Storage Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $105.98 @ Newegg
Video Card Gigabyte Radeon R9 290X 4GB Video Card (3-Way CrossFire) $729.99 @ Amazon
Video Card Gigabyte Radeon R9 290X 4GB Video Card (3-Way CrossFire) $729.99 @ Amazon
Video Card Gigabyte Radeon R9 290X 4GB Video Card (3-Way CrossFire) $729.99 @ Amazon
Case Cooler Master HAF X ATX Full Tower Case $169.99 @ NCIX US
Power Supply SeaSonic X Series 1250W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply $224.99 @ SuperBiiz
Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (OEM) (64-bit) $88.98 @ OutletPC
Total
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available $3082.87
So yea.. I have these hell-defying beastkiller video cards in a system with a super old school (but efficient for mining) processor. I don't care about CPU efficiency anymore, and want to beast the PC with a great CPU/Mobo combo for future-proofed gaming.
Also; it's worth noting, as I don't mine anymore, I have taken one of the GPU's out and am thinking of selling it. The PC will still be great as a futuregamer with 2x R9 290X's and an up to date CPU Mobo combo like i5 or i7, correct guys and gals? Also, the RAM.. I use straight Kingston 8gb atm, will that suffice for gaming, or should I get gaming specific/high intensity memory?
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Setup Help

I have been mining DOGE with two R9 270s on BAMT but I want to try out multi mining. I'm assuming the only thing I need to change in my config file is the pool. Here's what I have:
{ "pools" : [ { "url" : "stratum+tcp://useast.wafflepool.com:3333", "user" : "my bitcoin adress", "pass" : "x" } ] , "intensity" : "19", "vectors" : "1", "worksize" : "256", "kernel" : "scrypt", "lookup-gap" : "2", "thread-concurrency" : "24000", "shaders" : "0", "api-port" : "4028", "expiry" : "120", "gpu-dyninterval" : "7", "gpu-platform" : "0", "gpu-threads" : "1", "gpu-engine" : "1150", "gpu-memclock" : "1500", "gpu-powertune" : "20", "log" : "5", "no-pool-disable" : true, "queue" : "1", "scan-time" : "30", "scrypt" : true, "shares" : "0", "no-submit-stale" : true, "kernel-path" : "/uslocal/bin", "auto-fan" : true, "auto-gpu" : true, "temp-target" : "70", "temp-cutoff" : "77", "temp-overheat" : "90" }
However, when I fire up sgminer, it freezes at "waiting for work to be available from pools" for a little bit and then just terminates. What am I doing wrong here?
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[SG] I Am Accepting DOGE as Payment for Custom GPU Mining Rigs for Local Pickup in Chicago, IL USA

I have two custom rigs / mining kits IN HAND and I am willing to sell. I will accept Bitcoin or Dogecoin for payment of course, or USD if you prefer I guess =)
Topaz - $850 / 1.7 BTC / 850k DOGE - 2x Sapphire R9 270 GPUs - Motherboard, CPU+fan, 3GB DDR2 RAM - 1x USB Powered PCI-E 1x to 16x Riser - 1x 40GB SATA Hard Drive - 750W PSU - Open air black metal frame - 810 kh/s Scrypt Mining on cgminer 3.7.2
Jet - $950 / 1.9 BTC / 950k DOGE - 2x Sapphire R9 270x GPU - Motherboard, CPU+fan, 8GB DDR3 RAM - 1x USB Powered PCI-E 1x to 16x Riser - 1x 40 GB SATA Hard Drive - 1000W PSU - Open air black metal frame - 880 kh/s Scrypt Mining on cgminer
Sorry but prices in BTC/DOGE are subject to change, I have to pay USD for all of the components here so I have to adjust for the exchange rate. Prices quoted here reflect the current exchange rates and will have to be recalculated if there is significant gain or loss of value on the markets.
Both rigs are mining away at the moment with cgminer 3.7.2, so if you want them they are basically plug-and-play, just need to be configured to point at your pools (which I can show you how to do if you are a newbie). Windows 7 is the 'trial version' so it will ask you for a validation code but it will run just fine without it. I am also willing to build and deliver fully working CUSTOM MINING RIGS at various hashing powers - 800, 900, 1200, 1500, and 2200 - for around $1.25 per kh/s (with payment up front).
Professionally I am a career educator, so I am very patient and willing to sit down with you if you are unfamiliar with crypto and explain how everything works. I will make sure that the miner I sell is configured right and ready-to-hash, and I will explain to you how to use it and how to keep it running right. I have mined scrypt coins on several different types of cards using both Linux and Windows OS, I have mined BTC using ASIC hardware, I have managed exchange accounts, qt-clients, and a futures account on ICBIT. So basically I have some knowledge and expertise I am willing to share with anyone who is interested and willing to invest some money with me for hardware.
I think that GPU rigs are still a very good investment in crypto for two reasons. At the moment the scrypt coin economy is pretty stable. 1,000 kh/s will get you the equivalent of 0.010 - 0.015 BTC/day depending on which scrypt coin you choose. There are several coins that give at least this good of a return, which is great on its own. But then add the fact that GPUs can be resold for a very good portion of the original value, and that a mining rig can be re-purposed as a workstation or gaming rig. Personally I think I can offer a really good value, and if my apartment were rated to deliver more electricity without overloading my circuits, I would be building and mining off of more cards myself.
I am also willing to buy/sell limited amounts of cryptocurrency in person - up to $1,000 USD. I have well established accounts on major exchanges so if you are looking to buy or sell without all that hassle, I can help you out.
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[WTS] Mining rig hardware, all new and most unopened see inside for details please

I purchased a bunch of new mining gear, most of which is new and unopened that I now need to sell, long story short I have run into some major financial issues. I'm not looking to make a killing but I need to recoup as much money as possible. I will update this list as things sell but here is the nutz and boltz:
4 Brand new unopened MSI R9 270 - paid $220 each asking $210 shipped each
1 Open but new and unused MSI R9 270 - paid $220 asking $210 shipped
1 Brand new unopened MSI R9 270X - paid $290 asking $275 shipped
2 Brand new but opened Corsair CSM750M PSU - paid $110 each, asking $105 each shipped, will throw in Add2PSU adapter (cost $23 from Amazon)
1 Brand new but opened ASRock H81 Pro BTC mobo - paid $70, asking $70 shipped (will throw in mobo power switch $5 from Amazon)
1 Corsair NOVA SATA 2 60GB SSD - paid $85, asking $80 shipped
Corsair XMS3 memory 4GB (2 x 2 GB) - paid $50, asking $45 shipped
1 Intel Celeron G1820 processor - paid $45, asking $40 shipped
6 PCI-E Powered riser cards from :http://www.magicgrowing.com/bitcoin-mining/pci-e-powered-riser-card-30cm-12-usb-cable/ - paid $17 each, asking $15 shipped
1 copy of Windows 8 OEM - paid $140, asking $130 shipped
Sadly I can not accept crypto as payment as I need to have cash available as quickly as possible.
I am located in the US and all prices are for shipped within the US.
I know there are no stellar deals here but my paid price does not reflect tax and shipping I paid and as I mentioned I need to recoup as much as I can because of real life issues at the moment.
Guessing Paypal is the way to go for sales, never have used it for anything but eBay.
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Planning on Building First Rig Soon. Few Questions?

I started mining with my one 7950 a little while ago, since then I have around $200 worth of coins. I want to build a rig in the near, future and maybe use only the money I get from mining, so it may take a little while.
I want to build a rig with 4 R9 270's and then add 2 more later. I have to buy all my parts in Canada because even if I can get them from USA, there maybe warranty issues.I can get sapphire 270x's for $250 and then sell off the BF4 codes. I don't know what motherboard to get? Any suggestions? The Asrock bitcoin one is out of stock everywhere. Also while a 750w power supply be enough? Is bronze rated good enough, or is it safer to go with gold?
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Just slowly building myself a PC. Includes everything I'll need (internet, monitor, etc...) ~$800

Hey guys. I'm fortunate to have a microcenter near me. I work a sorta low-end job, and have about 100-200 dollars a month to budget towards this PC. My laptop is starting to die after 6 years of use (freezing up recently, requires lots of restarting, R.I.P.), so I decided to build a PC instead with the hope that it will last longer than my 7-years of laptop usage.
I'm posting my build to possibly get feedback, to organize my thoughts, and to possibly help out others. My decision making is mostly based on what I think is "Good Performance Value" and "Long-Lasting Quality." I'm trying to make something I can afford within 7 months of working ($600-800 range) that will last as long as possible. My wife does photoshop work, so I'll benefit from having quality and high-end stuff. This is the first PC that I'm building ever. P:
I'm buying around 1-2 parts per month, so I expect a lot of the items I link to be sold out by the time I get to them P:
MOBO CPU GPU
CPU: ($190) Intel Core i5-4670k
Motherboard: ($100 when combined w/ cpu) Asrock Z87E-ITX
GPU: ($150) - any ddr5 R9 270 card. And if that link sold out then here's another link.
CPU GPU MOBO Total: $440
Comments: My alternative CPU + mobo + gpu combo I considered AMD fx 8320 + Asrock 990FX Extreme4 + some random sub-$100 gpu. Half the cost for $220 combo, but it will have similar performance as i5-4670 (but more prone to lagging according to my research, and more heat generation = more iffy). I'd go for a lower-end graphics card in this combo because I don't think it'd be worth paring AMD with high-end gpu. I haven't bought my GPU/CPU/MOBO yet so I will wait to see which parts are cheaper when I get to it.)
RAM/MONITOPSU/CASE/HARD DRIVE/SPEAKERS
RAM: ($65) 8gb - this one sold out but I'm sure I can find this price again via pcparkpicker
PSU: ($55) 700Watts - This one I already purchased, hopefully $20 rebate goes through
CASE: ($40) - Mid-Tower Case, I'm open to suggestions for a good case.
Monitor: ($80) 19" - my wife does photoshop work, so I might even go for a bigger monitor.
Hard Drive: ($50) 1TB
Speakers: ($5) - they are easy to find
Keyboard/Mouse: Might be able to get for free. May consider trying a mechanical keyboard.
psu/hdd/ram/etc Total: $335
Things I don't feel I need: CD drive, fancy sound card,
Things I might still need: wires/plugs? fans?
-335+440 = 775. Considering taxes and shipping charges, and MAYBE a rebate or two I'll get back, I'm guessing my PC will be around $800 at the end.
Grand Total: ~ $800
My feelings: I initially wanted to go AMD, and make a $600 PC, but I can't help but think that an i5-4670 system would offer more value in the long-run. I also feel like my r9 270 graphics card selection is more than I really need, but I picked this one because I think that it'd be a waste to get an i5 4670 if I'm not going to pair it with at least a decent graphics card to put it to work. I don't even game LOL but maybe I'll get into gaming after I get these parts? Or gamble into bitcoin mining, and see if I will get my graphics card refunded after mining (joking).
Besides CPU and GPU selection, everything else is just kinda "there", and doesn't really matter to me. I just hope my motherboard selection will be something durable that will last me a long time (6-10 years?). I mainly hope that my laptop doesn't completely die within the 6-8months I work saving towards this PC.
\( @ u @)/' ~ huzzah ~
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Data processing, Altcoin mining, & Cloud hosting

Hi guys, I am tired of my MacBook Air, its just getting harder and harder to solve simple tasks. My Chrome on its own fills up whole damn thing. So I want access to awesome machine, and since I am building, I want a monster for several purposes. So I have great interest in altcoins, cloud hosting and data science for which I want to build a monster rig. And generally innovative stuff like databases on GPU, or similar tasks.
I am located in Europe, could buy for bitcoins or currency. Id be interested in overclocking, and plan on using unix to run it, in appropriate flavour.
Essentially, I want to run 3 operations on the machine:
Water cooling might be an option if You think its worthed on such setup.
So I suppose the main issue is the motherboard which should hold extensive hard drives, extensive RAM and extensive GPU?
Please help me understand how could I build a machine to do all these tasks, rather than each separate, and if it is better to do have a monster machine, or maybe 3 specific machine? Advice please.
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Need Advice on Starting a Charitable Campaign with the YMCA

Hi guys, my name is Omar, and I work at a YMCA in the West Island of Montreal (Pointe-Claire) as a member service representative (reception), as well as a backup children's day camp counselor. I've had a passing interest in crypto from around when Bitcoin was ~$90, and got more involved around late December 2013 by building mining rigs for a few friends, which in turn got me into it as well (I'm running a single R9 270 on my desktop). I've been interested in Vertcoin since I first heard about it this year, and I've been thinking about reaching out to the Vertcoin community for some help.
My YMCA is having an annual fundraiser for its Strong Kids Campaign, which raises money for children who are financially disadvantaged and/or have special needs. The donations are used to fund after school teen programs and day camp, as well as social programs for seniors. More information can be found here, and here you can find one of our "Y Stories" about a child with down syndrome named Joseph, who I had the pleasure of accompanying as a day camp companion in the summer of 2013 (for the record, that's not me next to Joseph in the picture).
We raise funds by accepting donations directly, or by integrating a voluntary donation into our "Spinathon", yoga, and aerobics events which are open to both members and non-members of the YMCA. In the case of the Spinathon (stationary bikes), participants are raising money by making pledges to spin for X number of hours. It's a fun and healthy way to raise money for a good cause.
I would like to set up a wallet to accept donations for this campaign, and as an incentive, I'll pledge to spin for an X number of hours (to be determined) if we reach a certain goal. Of course, I'll spin for a minimum of 1 hour up to a maximum number of hours that would cover our opening hours, depending on how much is donated!
I would like to know how you guys feel about such a campaign. Also, how can I go about validating myself to the Vertcoin community as a legitimate representative for this campaign? What would be the best way to promote this campaign, and how should I go about securing the donations with complete transparency.
Thanks and kind regards.
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Overclocking Radeon r9 270x Litecoin Mining Help Ethereum Mining for 22 Hours on a R9 270 GPU Part 1 of 4 Bitcoin Ethereum Zcash Mining for 72 Hours on a R9 270 GPU Part 4 of 4 Bitcoin Ethereum Zcash Mining for 48 Hours on a R9 270 GPU Part 3 of 4 Bitcoin SAPPHIRE R9 270X 2048MB GDDR5 nicehash mining benchmark

The higher the difficulty, the smaller the reward from a pool. To stay relevant, I decided to expand my mining/hashing power and build a dedicated mining rig with some of the Litecoins I previously mined. The large rush to build mining rigs caused a GPU shortage but I was able to grab four R9 270x GPUs for my rig. I have an R9 270 in one of my rigs and although it is old it still makes $2.50-3/day currently. Mine likes cryptonight and equihash the most I just started mining yesterday with my r9 270x on https://web.xmrpool.eu and I get 390 H/s which translates to 0.50$ per day. Litecoin Mimble Wimble, Aussie Gemini, Burning Satoshi Nakamoto & Secret Crypto Mining; December 15, 2019 Bitcoin Stock Dividends, France + Bitcoin, Countries Holding Bitcoin & IMF + Stablecoins; December 30, 2019 Should You Purchase A Bitmain Antminer S9 Bitcoin Miner In 2019 Or 2020? November 11, 2019 I'm using Asus R9270X-DC2T-2GD5 for mining and the temps remain stable at 68C or below even with 99% GPU load for hours.. Stock cooling with my Cooler Master CM 690 II case with positive air flow. I can move the case to a more ventilated area or just take of the side panel for greater airflow. I already wrote about Bitcoin mining hardware, where I listed the top 5 GPUs and CPUs that can be used for mining.This time, we’re going to do some Bitcoin mining hardware comparison. In this article, I’ve compared the best GPUs based on their hashing power, price and power costs.I hope you’ll find the table below helpful when choosing the best GPUs for your own mining operation.

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