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He Scott,

Take a look at this http://hothardware.com/News/Holy-Hertz-Eizo-Steps-Out-With-240Hz-24Inch-Gaming-Monitor/



http://www.eizo.nl/bedrijf/pers/persberichten.html?press%5Buid%5D=62&cHash=377b1753f9c5a88ff9429f994edc760b

http://www.eizo.nl/monitoren/foris/24/FG2421.html (1920 x 1080)


499 euro
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those look nice but I want the 27" 2560X1440 120Hz monitors 3 of them!!! I will be getting at least 2 of the ROG monitors when they come out!!!!
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Just wondering how in the hell do you hook that many video cards to one pc?

Sorry seross69 for messing with your awesome post biggrin.gif
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Just wondering how in the hell do you hook that many video cards to one pc?

Sorry seross69 for messing with your awesome post biggrin.gif
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I think there are motherboards on the shelves also!! don't know and would like to know my self!!!

enlarge picture and you can see the M/B's!!!
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From how i understand it, you don't really need the 16 lanes or even 8 lanes a GPU's capable of for mining. Alot of people use riser cables and have like 6 GPU's per mobo (maybe more, not sure).  

 

That pic looks like he actually only has 4 per mobo. If you look on the racks under the GPU's there's the mobo's. That's why it's called a mining farm intead of mining PC :p

    
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I think there are motherboards on the shelves also!! don't know and would like to know my self!!!

enlarge picture and you can see the M/B's!!!

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From how i understand it, you don't really need the 16 lanes or even 8 lanes a GPU's capable of for mining. Alot of people use riser cables and have like 6 GPU's per mobo (maybe more, not sure).  

That pic looks like he actually only has 4 per mobo. If you look on the racks under the GPU's there's the mobo's. That's why it's called a mining farm intead of mining PC tongue.gif


Well lets say you only need 4 lanes you could have 8 on one MoBo depending on the MoBo maybe 16 if there was a way to hook them up in such a way where each card only got a 4X hook up which would be cool.

Well if its a fram how do they control each pc?

Also kinda cool but just hit page 300 biggrin.gif
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ASIC's are one huge reason that it's risky to buy GPU's for BC mining right now. AFAIK they're supposed to kinda replace GPU's as the best hashers. I read a thread on here the other day that says Litecoin Mining is kinda protected from that. Dunno how. 

I wish to god i took the gamble a cpl years ago and got into it. I feel like it's kinda late in the game now to invest in tho. I definitely plan on mining with my 290x's when i'm not using my PC. But i'm not buying em for that. I'd love to make so much money that i feel the urge to setup my own mining farm tho biggrin.gif

Yeah my friend got into them a long time ago, bought his first bit coin for 15 dollars.
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Yeah my friend got into them a long time ago, bought his first bit coin for 15 dollars.

I have two friends that started when the bitcoins were under 50 cents a piece. They still have a stash of coins they originally mined themselves but sadly sold a lot as it went up exponentially.

I also work for a website group that accepts bitcoins so ask away if anyone is curious about them..


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ASIC's are one huge reason that it's risky to buy GPU's for BC mining right now. AFAIK they're supposed to kinda replace GPU's as the best hashers. I read a thread on here the other day that says Litecoin Mining is kinda protected from that. Dunno how. 

I wish to god i took the gamble a cpl years ago and got into it. I feel like it's kinda late in the game now to invest in tho. I definitely plan on mining with my 290x's when i'm not using my PC. But i'm not buying em for that. I'd love to make so much money that i feel the urge to setup my own mining farm tho biggrin.gif

I'm actually surprised people are going crazy over GPUs still. When bitcoins were about to break $100, GPUs were already seeming dead in the water due to ASICs. ASICs are specialized chips that are designed for one purpose and one function -- the ones used for mining are specialized to break the exact hashes that are required for bitcoins. So when you employ an ASIC chip, you mine 10x or 20x or 50x faster than the fastest GPU depending on how many ASIC chips you chain.

Some companies providing ASIC miners are:

http://www.butterflylabs.com/
http://cointerra.com/

* beware that lots of ASIC mining companies have shady histories of not delivering equipment (because they were using it to mine with before shipping)


I suppose now that the value of the coin is 10x what it was, GPUs are back in play. But the serious people are already using ASICs.
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Don't mine bitcoin with gpu's use them for alt coins such as litecoin
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Yeah that's what i'm planning on doing. Probly Litecoins. Like i said, not buying my GPU's for that purpose, but it's one of the 4 or 5 reasons i'm going wit the red team. Nice option to have.

 

I only really follow the whole mining scene a very tiny bit because it's painful for me to see. I was strongly considering it back around $30 a BC. I let friggin journalists talk me out of it :mad:

 


 

@NYMD thanx for that great explanation. You just made me understand ASIC's much better in that one post. +rep

 


 

Jesus Christ. You weren't kidding about ASIC's. The 290x is supposed to be the best mining GPU right now at ~900KH/s

 

:drool:

That thing looks like a damn money printing press...

 

I wonder if it would still be considered a smart investment to buy 2 of those and leave them running 24/7 on an matx mining PC...

 

Also can anybody explain the reason why ASIC's aren't considered a threat to GPU's with AltCoins?

 


 

Jesus, now i have something new to be obsessed with. Just GREAT.... =\

 

 

2 TH/s off of a damn Beaglebone Black? How is that even possible?!?!!!?!!?!!

My Odroid-U2 is more powerful than a Beaglebone Black. So does that mean i can use it for an insane mining farm with ASIC's?


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