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Can someone please post a Motherboard that does not require shorting of 1x pins and does not require any modding to get 6 cards to work? I am going to try to get this ASrock z87 Killer board to work but it is not looking easy...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130595

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157327

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130626

Not sure what chipset you're looking for, but there are some boards with tons of pcie slots.
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Oh yeah that reminds me, fresh pic from this morning:




The rest are either in those boxes or out there because I tested them out; they will be hooked up to the boards (5 each) when the risers come around next friday thumb.gif

Specs, basically:
20x HD7950 bought at $300 per piece
4x G3220
4x 4GB Ram from GSkill
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4x Z87-G45 Gaming boards (confirmed to support 5 cards by various users)
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1x Silent Pro Gold 1000W (we made the store run out of stock on the 1050W ones, was forced to get this practically)
4x OCZ 600W semi/modular PSU

and various other parts including a wooden bookshelf made by me and the friend we built it together for. funding on this was weird, as I paid for the gpus and he bought the rest, it was a near 50-50 dividing of price biggrin.gif

oh also should be noted, we were going to get 12x 290's but the store was out of stock and this was the second most powerful card after the quite expensive 290X they had. we were forced to go with these practically ( no store in turkey had any of them lol) but in the end we get more hashrate for a little bit more premium. thumb.gif

How much pure uncut columbian USD is that thing making you a day?

Also, make sure you are getting the best out of them as some other's have suggested. Check out this thread if you haven't seen it . I'm still waiting on a reply, I hope I get one. My 7970's hate me. If 550 is the highest you've seen that's no bueno!

USD based i think the 20 cards make like $110 based on doge (at least by last week it was so) but i'll double check as my friend fixed the hash/dollar stuff.


Also, considering getting a full rig on my own for like $3300, 6 Asus 280X DCu2 Top cards with the H81 Pro board from asrock along with other little nitpicks.
Now. The 290 is out of this scene, its a bit too much for not much performance increse. however, the 270x's are like $200 cheaper for a loss of ~300khash. practically, would you go quantity (270x) or quality?
 
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Edited by dogbiscuit - 1/19/14 at 12:48am
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On the DOGE note I've been hedging a little bit based on the current rise in value - still keeping the bulk of it in my wallet but I've got .5M on the exchanges buying dips and selling on the peaks. Just did two trades yesterday bought at 62, sold at 83 then bought back in at 71 and sold again at 82. In total those two trades basically amounted to finishing up with .25BTC and 250K DOGE from that .5M DOGE start... not bad at all if I do say so myself (basically made .08 BTC profit for the day - so ~$65-70). Definitely not getting rich at that rate, but considering it only took a few seconds of my time... I choose to think of it as making ~$5K/hour. biggrin.gif


Someone asked if there was any use for DOGE yet - and basically it just amounts to tipping... but if that takes off it might wind up being more valuable than LTC to some people, which could make a very nice return if you hold for the very long term. Or it could wind up being worth less than 100KDOGE:1Satoshi redface.gif
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On the DOGE note I've been hedging a little bit based on the current rise in value - still keeping the bulk of it in my wallet but I've got .5M on the exchanges buying dips and selling on the peaks. Just did two trades yesterday bought at 62, sold at 83 then bought back in at 71 and sold again at 82. In total those two trades basically amounted to finishing up with .25BTC and 250K DOGE from that .5M DOGE start... not bad at all if I do say so myself (basically made .08 BTC profit for the day - so ~$65-70). Definitely not getting rich at that rate, but considering it only took a few seconds of my time... I choose to think of it as making ~$5K/hour. biggrin.gif


Someone asked if there was any use for DOGE yet - and basically it just amounts to tipping... but if that takes off it might wind up being more valuable than LTC to some people, which could make a very nice return if you hold for the very long term. Or it could wind up being worth less than 100KDOGE:1Satoshi redface.gif

What do you use to buy and sell your coins? I suppose I could just buy and sell a bit at first, then use that profit to fund a mining rig. redface.gif
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On the DOGE note I've been hedging a little bit based on the current rise in value - still keeping the bulk of it in my wallet but I've got .5M on the exchanges buying dips and selling on the peaks. Just did two trades yesterday bought at 62, sold at 83 then bought back in at 71 and sold again at 82. In total those two trades basically amounted to finishing up with .25BTC and 250K DOGE from that .5M DOGE start... not bad at all if I do say so myself (basically made .08 BTC profit for the day - so ~$65-70). Definitely not getting rich at that rate, but considering it only took a few seconds of my time... I choose to think of it as making ~$5K/hour. biggrin.gif


Someone asked if there was any use for DOGE yet - and basically it just amounts to tipping... but if that takes off it might wind up being more valuable than LTC to some people, which could make a very nice return if you hold for the very long term. Or it could wind up being worth less than 100KDOGE:1Satoshi redface.gif

Doing well.
Was me asked if DOGE is finding real world use yet.

On another note, running wallets, including the DOGE client, is making my system grind to a halt. Running linux mint 16 xfce, and resources shows plenty of CPU and RAM to spare.
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As the power companies laugh all the way to the bank. Time to pick up some Florida Power and Light stock. 

 

How many tulips can I buy with a bitcoin....

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Is 883KH/s considered good? I sold some 290s that can do 880KH/s at 1000 core 1500 mem. I already checked the litecoin hardware database, I want your opinions.
Not sure if my opinion counts here tongue.gif If you reference the other 290x in the R9 mining comparison thread you are pretty much right at or above average.. I was getting 890khash at 918/1500

I have seen a few 290x breaking 900 and one at 1000. I never was able to break 900 without HW errors though.

If it helps I was at around 950 with a lower thread concurrency and intensity with threads at 2 instead of 1. You may be able to tweak things at that point to not have errors but I was just happy with 890 at the time.

Some guys in the R9 comparison thread are really helpful and you could try asking there?

Also yeah its sad mostly I don't see the 290x pull ahead of a normal 290 when it comes to mining.. Usually they are the same.

I also have seen a thread on bitcointalk about a cgminer for the r9 series that is modified to go past 20 intensity and a few other things. Some people report over 1000khash using it... I am trying to find the thread but its evading me..
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As the power companies laugh all the way to the bank. Time to pick up some Florida Power and Light stock. 

How many tulips can I buy with a bitcoin....

I'll have tulips delivered to your door anywhere in the world for 5BTC
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Are any of these even remotely useful for folding (or just a good deal anyway)?

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