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My plan is to mine as many LTC as possible for the next 20 days or so as difficulty is once again rising with the price and then calling it quits and hold until they are actually widely used..
Should have able 2.5 months of mining total invested and hopefully 50 LTC..

All those crypto mumbo jumbo does take up a lot of time when you really think about it..
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Is that just on two 7970's?
Correct. Like every other new coin, I miss the boat on the initial exchange (where it's quite high.. like Doge) but I'll just let it ride for a while. According to my pool transaction history I'm getting about 24k every 12-22 minutes.

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I have a fullcovered 5850 and 5870 arriving today for my #2 PC. I should have another ~700 kh/s Tuesday when I get the fittings I need from frozen. 2 custom loop PC's, what's wrong with me.

I picked up a CM Stryker for $60 locally so... yep, WC'ing that bad boy.
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So is there ab exact date on when we can finally buy wdc for cash?
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So is there ab exact date on when we can finally buy wdc for cash?
exact date? dont think they announced it yet. they have only said sometime next month (Feb) after closed beta.
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@Krusher33

just buy 8 and upgrade it for free.
What I meant, where is a shop to buy Win8 with BTC?
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@Krusher33

just buy 8 and upgrade it for free.
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Anyone know a place to buy Windows 8.1 with BTC's? I see Windows 8 pro for $200 and the pro pack at various shop but I'm just looking for the plain one.

$200? Where in the world are you looking? Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit can be purchased for $139.99 all day without searching for deals.

Exaggerating. I can find them for cash, but I don't have cash and so i want to buy a copy with BTC. Just a regular version of Win8, not pro. Seems like all the shops are out of them or something because they have all the other OS's like all versions of Win7 and Server 2008, Win 8 pro pack, but no plain ol Windows 8.
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how do i move my wallet to an other computer? is it the wallet.dat file i just need to move

Yes just save the wallet.dat file. You should always have recent backups of it on external media just in case your HDD fails you anyways so start doing that!
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how big are those wallet files? i was thinking about password zipping them and emailing them to my gmail for "safe keeping" redundant wallet backups. wondering how secure would this be??? headscratch.gif

of course i will take a few measures like encrypting the wallet and renaming the dat file to IMG_1265332.jpg or something.
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Do any of you keep spreadsheets with your mining info? I started one, it's far from perfect but it's a good start: 

Man, I should start doing this. But probably in web page form. I could use the APIs from various exchanges and tally up my current totals that way.
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how big are those wallet files? i was thinking about password zipping them and emailing them to my gmail for "safe keeping" redundant wallet backups. wondering how secure would this be??? headscratch.gif

of course i will take a few measures like encrypting the wallet and renaming the dat file to IMG_1265332.jpg or something.

The entire wallets can become quite large, I think Bitcoin wallet is up to 14gb or so. Pretty sure you only need to backup the .DAT file, as it holds your addresses and config information, the block chain can always be redownloaded again.

If you do rename the .dat file and encrypt it, you might also decrypt and change it back just to make sure it doesn't break something, basically ensuring your backups integrity. Storing it to any cloud or online service will only be as secure as that service can provide, or as trustworthy as they may appear to be....
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Do any of you keep spreadsheets with your mining info? I started one, it's far from perfect but it's a good start: 

Man, I should start doing this. But probably in web page form. I could use the APIs from various exchanges and tally up my current totals that way.

That would be a really cool resource if you do decide to put it together and release the source.

Also, does anyone know of any sites that can calculate Alt currency to USD, or Alt to Alt comparisons? Instead of having to calculate X coin's value against BTC, then calculate BTC vs USD, is there some calculator that will do any Alt straight to USD (based on current BTC rate)? Or even some sort of chart comparing Alts vs each other in relation to $$.
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