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Mining good to this gamer

Last year I bought a Rx 480 for $200, before I turned around and sold it for $400 after a few months. With that $400, I bought a Vega 56 on launch.
I've just sold that Vega 56 for $840. I essentially just exchanged an RX 480 for a 1080ti. Thank you miners!
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Will it fit?

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It always breaks my heart when someone buys a r9 290x in my computer shop but it's not for gaming...

I work in a computer store as a salesman and recently, the mining industry has grown up because everyone noticed the easy money you can do by just making your card(s) run 24/7. Personnally, I'm not a huge fan of that. I think it's not really worth it in the end because it breaks video cards, costs a lot of power and you have to payback your stuff but whatever, it's not what I want to discuss.
I mean, all these smexy boxes leaving and it's not even for playing games! 280xs, 290s, 290xs, all those! You could have a dream computer, playing on X monitors and it's just gonna go die in hell.
I guess it's just me that's being butthurt cause I'm waiting for an after market 290x but it still gets to me :3
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Visontek R9 280x for 389 Lowest price that is actually in stock.

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A story from a cloaky camper and an attempt to build a beast mode multi-boxing server.

21/04/2018
Hello Nerds!
 
Some of you may know me, some may not. Those that do will know I offer cloaky camping services over new eden. I do camping contracts / extort renters and focus my time hunting botters when the contracts are quiet. I offer PvP entities access to my cyno network to get dank kills and big escalations. From super carriers to Rattlesnakes.
 
The thing that got me into camping was hunting bots back in the dronelands a few years ago. I realised the most effective way to hurt them was to camp them 23/7, follow them around using locator agents. Eventually they had to rat with me in system. When they did I setup bubble traps etc and dropped blops and cleaned them up.
 
The 2nd thing I love about cloaky camping is the ability to counter Alliances (i feel its overpowered) intel channels / networks. Think about it. They have multiple intel toons dotted around the entrances to their pipes reporting hunters coming into the pipe allowing the PvE players to warp off and safe up. They even use external programs to collect this intel and give audible alerts. Cloaky camping is just the polar opposite. Dotting toons in their ratting pocket and giving me intel on whats going on in their system. As long as local chat exists so will cloaky camping. I'm pretty confident CCP share the same thought.
 
People probably think cloaky camping is easy. You are wrong. The prep work and behind the scenes work that goes into it is pretty immense. You are about to find out.
 
The hardware i'm currently running the 60 clients on is as follows:
 
Camper1: Screenshot of 30 Clients Layout
Camper2:
 
How do you pay for 60 toons
I started with 10 campers and made ISK by other means. When I made new campers I invested ISK and started to Skill extract and plexing the toons. I also make a decent amount from people who pay me to camp others.
 
The Setup  
I manage the clients window positions and CPU allocation with ISBOXER. Its legal to use as long as you don't use input broadcasting. I boot up the clients with ISBOXER EVE Launcher. I copy the window positions / chat channels etc over using garpaui. I use remote desktop to manage the clients light cynos etc.
Example here
 
On both motherboards I had to under clock the processors as they were drawing too much power from the motherboard and causing the chipset to overheat. I think these motherboards are not beefy enough to support these 8 core processors. It caused the CPU to throttle reducing the clock speeds to 1.3Ghz and causing lag issues. I solved this problem by reducing the clock speed from 4Ghz to 3.6Ghz and reducing the CPU voltage. This reduced the heat by a really good amount and stopped the problems.
 
However, Me being me I wanted to expand and the camping pcs were running at full chat. So I needed a better piece of hardware to host these 60+ clients. So, while at Fanfest, I bidded on this R820 Server on ebay and won!
 
Specs:
 
The hardware should be able to support multiple clients. However i'm not too sure how eve is going to behave when I try and open 60 instances all in one OS. I have set myself up for a hell of a challenge! However, I feel like I got a pretty good deal on the server and DELL hold their value. I'm sure I can re sell it if the project fails.
 
Things to work out:
 
Things I will teach you guys
 
I'm learning too so your help input would be awesome! First question. Shall I just update this reddit post each time or create some sort of blog?
Old AMD FX Rigs
New Kit / with various bits I gathered to get started
 
Update 23/04/18
I have made some decent progress on this crazy project. I will give some breif updates here. I will get a blog up and running to post full details with how to's etc. Its probably way to long for reddit.
 
I have successfully installed some GPU's into the R810 AMD R9 280x and Nvidia GTX 970. I soldered some PCI-E cables to the PDB and it worked fine. The GTX sits nicely in the chassis however, the R9 280X is external atm using a PCIE x1 to x16 riser (from my bitcoin mining). Also I have managed to enable and use them both with passthrough in ESXI 6.5. Yes the GPU works with a x1 adaptor. WTF!
 
Freezing Problem with a single os install
If I try and run more than 40 clients in a single OS I the system freezes when loading up client 41. I have tried the following:
I cannot see why it is freezing. Is there any way to gather logs for the client? It doesn't appear to be a resource problem. Plenty of RAM / CPU and HDD isn't going crazy.
 
Here are some pics of the current progress:
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[META]Whats the best used GPU for $250?

I have my Radeon 7870, but really want something better, still in the AMD line though, looking at the Radeon 79xx, and R9 280X lines. Wondering what I can expect to pay for any of these used?
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280x or 770

So I'm working on finishing off my component list for the computer that I want to create. However I am stuck between an Asus r9 280x and an Asus 770. Anyone have any insight on which I should go with? There's only a $13 price difference and its hard for me to figure out the best out there.
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[GPU] Asus R9 280x Direct CUII $331.73

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Amd vs. Nvidia

I have recently been enlightened by a fellow master racer. I'm planning on building my own PC, I have limited cash, and was wondering which would have better bang for my buck. Thanks in advance for your opinions. Praise GabeN!
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Release : Bamt v1.6.0 - [Scrypt, Scrypt-N, DarkCoin, QubitCoin, MyriadCoin, and Quark]

Questions or Feature Requests

  • Please search first!
  • - DO NOT POST QUESTIONS HERE. MAKE A TEXT POST. <---
  • - THIS MAKES IT EASIER FOR FUTURE PEOPLE! :) <---
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Donations

  • Greatly appreciated! I am spending a lot of time on this. Donations make it easier to justify to myself and family.

  • VTC = Vy5xkGANcCdKWmHagTyWNRNzfC2D3f9zSG
  • DOGE = DKLrk9iYXaEqe3DJjoG6vkh97yZzTrwpCT
  • BTC = 1Ju4JCP4ifu4JWn6GdeWMc2g2zDTFQXHge
  • Or just let the mine point to the example pool for a while, the default addresses are mine.
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Installing Pick

  • Pick is an awesome version and build utility for miners.
  • Download and follow the instructions. Silly easy. Source
  • Thanks to zettahash for making this!
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Installing CGWatcher

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What is BAMT?

  • BAMT is a Linux live distribution made specifically for mining cryptocurrency.
    • Out of the box, it can mine Scrypt, Scrypt-N, DarkCoin, QubitCoin, MyriadCoin, and Quark!
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About BAMT

  • BAMT is designed with several goals in mind :
    • No installation; runs from a USB drive.
    • Go from assembled parts, to mining, quickly.
    • Very little configuration needed.
    • Multiple miners included.
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v1.6.0 New Features & Updates

  • New Features :
    • Added new miners!
      • Vertminer 0.5.2 "the kev"
      • Sgminer 4.0.0 "troky" - Scrypt-N Enabled
      • Sgminer 4.1.0 "sph - DarkCoin/QubitCoin/Quark"
      • Cgminer 3.7.2 "kalroth"
    • All miners and configs selectable from the bamt.conf file.
    • No need to set scrypt type flags inside the bamt.conf file.
    • Secondary USB drives now auto mount.
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General Details & Features

  • Driver Details :
    • AMD Catalyst 13.12
    • AMD APP SDK 2.9
    • AMD ADL SDK 6.0
  • Included Miners :
  • Monitoring :
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Setup

  1. Download Vertcoin BAMT v.1.6.0
    • MD5 : 4D141BEDA91C0845BD4ABB4F96FB163F
    • Mega.co.nz : here
      • This sometimes goes down. Be patient and wait.
    • Torrent : here
      • Please seed.
  2. Download Win32 Disk Imager or use dd.
    • Win32 : here
    • Write the .img file to a ~2GB or larger USB drive.
  3. Put the USB drive into your machine and boot up.
    • Connect via monitor or Remote Desktop in via your mine's IP.
    • You can find the IP via your network, or you can look on the desktop display of BAMT.
    • Default User Name = root
    • Default Password = live
  4. Select your miner and conf file inside /etc/bamt/bamt.conf.
     # Set to the config of your choosing. # CONFIG OPTIONS : cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/vertminer.conf # cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/sgminer-troky.conf # cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/sgminer-sph.conf # cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/cgminer.conf # Set miner over-ride if you want something other than cgminer. # MINER OPTIONS : # Vertminer 0.5.2 "the kev" # Sgminer 4.1.0 "troky" # Sgminer 4.1.0 "sph - aka - DarkCoin/QubitCoin/Quark" # Cgminer 3.7.2 "kalroth" # !! Set all to 0 for cgminer. !! miner-vertminer-thekev: 1 miner-sgminer-troky: 0 miner-sgminer-sph: 0 
  5. Update your selected miner conf file inside the directory /etc/bamt/.
  6. View your mining status.
    • You have a few options :
      • View standard dashboard at your miners IP address.
      • https://youripaddress/
    • View PoolManager dashboard.
      • https://youripaddress/cgi-bin/status-man.pl
      • Page is cool. You can change your pool and add new via Dashboard!
    • View the classic CGmineVertmineWhatever terminal screen.
      screen -r 
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Terminal Commands

Note : All commands assumed user has root permissions. 
Save & Reboot :
sync && coldreboot #Note : When making changes to a usb based system, you must run 'sync' to save to USB before restarting. 
Control Mining :
mine stop mine start mine restart 
Display GPU Status :
gpumon #Note : I like screen -r over gpumon. 
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Example Results

  • Setup :
    • GPU : Asus DCII 280x @ ~350-400 kH/s Vertcoin or 750-815 kH/s Scrypt
    • CPU : AMD Sempron
    • Memory : G.Skill Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)
    • Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 ATX AM3+
    • PSU : (2) EVGA Supernova 1000w - (w/ add2PSU )
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Change Auto-Reboot

Change hours by changing the "#" - or - delete line to remove auto-reboot :
nano /etc/crontab 
Modify this line :
0 */9 * * * root /sbin/coldreboot 
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Oddities

  • Miner ID and Location :
    • miner_id & miner_location in bamt.conf must be lowercase.
    • miner_name may be upper case.
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Release : Vertcoin BAMT

Questions or Feature Requests

What is BAMT?

  • BAMT is a Linux live distribution made specifically for mining cryptocurrency.
    • While it's called "Vertcoin BAMT", it will work with any Scrypt coin or coin using Vertminer. This name will be changed in the future versions.

About BAMT

  • BAMT is designed with several goals in mind :
    • No installation; runs from a USB drive.
    • Go from assembled parts, to mining, quickly.
    • Very little configuration needed.

v1.5.2 New Features & Updates

  • New Features :
    • Select CGminer or Vertminer in bamt.conf flag.
    • Select matching miner .conf file in bamt.conf.
    • Added BAMT Poolmanager
    • Appearence slightly tweeked to match FlatBAMT UI.
    • Standard dashboard still active.
    • GitHub - Thanks to Starlilyth!
  • Updates :
    • Stock .conf settings should run on 99% of hardware.
    • Terminal "mine" commands functional with all miners.
    • Shrunk file size.
    • Bitch'n new subreddit.

General Details & Features

  • Details :
    • Based on Litecoin BAMT v1.5
    • AMD Catalyst 13.12
    • AMD APP SDK 2.9
    • AMD ADL SDK 6.0
    • SGMiner 4.1.0
      • Note : It is called "CGminer" but it is in fact renamed SGMiner.
      • There is a bug with 290x and powertune. Fix is to switch to cgminer:
        mv /opt/miners/cgminer /opt/miners/sgminer; mv /opt/miners/cgminer3.7.2 /opt/miners/cgminer; mine restart; 
  • Added Features :
    • FlatBAMT UI
      • GitHub - Thanks to Wellsriley!
    • TheKev Vertminer 0.5.2
      • BitcoinTalk - Thanks to TheKev!
      • Note : Vertminer is still in /opt/miners if you want to put it back.
    • Auto-Reboot Cronjob
      • Keeps your machine running well 99.9% of the time.
      • Timer set for every 3 hours.

Setup

  1. Download Vertcoin BAMT v.1.5.2
    • Mega : here
      • This sometimes goes down. Be patient and wait.
    • Torrent : here
      • Please seed.
  2. Download Win32 Disk Imager or use dd.
    • Win32 : here
    • Write the .img file to a ~2GB or larger USB drive.
  3. Put the USB drive into your machine and boot up.
    • Connect via monitor or Remote Desktop in via your mine's IP.
    • You can find the IP via your network, or you can look on the desktop display of BAMT.
    • Default User Name = root
    • Default Password = live
  4. Change your "miner".conf file.
  5. Select your mining type in bamt.conf.
    • Comment out the one you are not using. ~line 112
      # cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/cgminer.conf cgminer_opts: --api-listen --config /etc/bamt/vertminer.conf 
    • Set the value to 1 if using Vertminer. ~line 118
      scrypt-adaptive-N: 0 <-- That value. 
  6. View your mining status.
    • You have a few options :
      • View standard dashboard at your miners IP address.
      • https://youripaddress/cgi-bin/status.pl
    • View PoolManager dashboard.
    • View the classic CGmineVertminer terminal screen.
      screen -r 

Terminal Commands

Note : All commands assumed user has root permissions. 
Save & Reboot :
sync && coldreboot #Note : When making changes to a usb based system, you must run 'sync' to save to USB before restarting. 
Control Mining :
mine stop mine start mine restart 
Display GPU Status :
gpumon #Note : I like screen -r over gpumon. 

Example Results

  • Setup :
    • GPU : (4) Asus DCII 280x @ 400 kH/s Vertcoin or 800 kH/s Scrypt - (going to add 2 more)
    • CPU : AMD Sempron
    • Memory : G.Skill Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)
    • Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 ATX AM3+
    • PSU : (2) EVGA Supernova 1000w - (w/ add2PSU )
  • Note : My configs can be found in /etc/bamt/examples.

Change Auto-Reboot

Change hours by changing the "3" - or - delete line to remove auto-reboot :
nano /etc/crontab 
Modify this line :
0 */3 * * * root /sbin/coldreboot 

Oddities

  • Miner ID and Location :
    • miner_id & miner_location in bamt.conf must be lowercase.
    • miner_name may be upper case.

To-Do

  • Main Changes :
    • Clean up legacy code.
    • Update graph style ( responsive ).
    • Update Dashboard style ( responsive ).
  • Sync Up :
    • Roll changes into main BAMT BitBucket build.
    • Roll changes into PoolManager GitHub build.
  • Small Irrelevant Things :
    • None currently.

Tips

  • Greatly appreciated! This is eating a lot of time up. :)
  • VTC = Vy5xkGANcCdKWmHagTyWNRNzfC2D3f9zSG
  • DOGE = DKLrk9iYXaEqe3DJjoG6vkh97yZzTrwpCT
  • BTC = 1Ju4JCP4ifu4JWn6GdeWMc2g2zDTFQXHge
  • Or just let the mine point to the example pool for 30 min, the default is set to me. :)
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Advice? Going a bit insane.

I have a simple set-up I've been trying to get running stable for about a week now. I have 2x nVIDIA GTX 980 and 2x Radeon 29 280X cards that I want to use.
I have previously used just the GTX 980s and they were stable for weeks. I recently acquired the 280s, and while I can't be certain, I think the cards are not at issue.
I also had two of the 980s and one 280 running in my desktop stable for quite some time, just as a tester. But for the actual mining rig, I was using old AMD AM3-based hardware. And I've had nothing but problems. Murphy's law.
First, I had a motherboard go out (ASUS M4A87TD EVO.) Luckily I had a spare. But the ASUS board had two native PCI-E x16 slots (one running at x1 speed,) and so I had been running the 980s both in the motherboard, and was using this riser extender to run the other cards, with molex->SATA risers (I don't have enough native 4-pin connectors to run without molex to SATA adapters.)
The "new" board (which is actually chronologically older and older tech) is a Gigabyte GA-MA785GM-US2H. It's also socket AM3 but only supports DDR2 memory; luckily I had old DDR2 available. This board also only has one x16 slot, so I am running 3 GPUs outside of the chassis with x16 risers.
It turns out after some nightmare of troubleshooting that one of the DDR2 DIMMs is probably bad. I don't have a replacement at the moment, but I've tried running everything with one DIMM.
I also have Virtual Memory (swap/page file) set to 16GB. I don't know why this is necessary, but other people mention it and NiceHash wouldn't let me run 4 cards without it.
Anyway, all works "fine;" I have the 280s set to 850MHz core clock and +20 power with 100% fans, and 100% fans and native clock on the 980s.
But I keep getting crashes. Before I had freezes, so I also changed out power supplies several times and tried everything you can think of. I don't think the issue is down to power any more, but I'm open to correction if anyone has a suggestion or tip.
For power, I'm using a 3 to 1 ATX-24 pin adapter, with a SeaSonic 620W as the master, and a Corsair 550W as the "slave." The SeaSonic powers the motherboard and the ATX12V for the CPU. It also powers the 3 SATA to molex adapters for the x16 risers, and the 8+6 pin PCI-E power connectors for the 280s.
The Corsair powers the HDD (this I have also suspected of causing problems but I have swapped HDDs and had the same issues, and I really need to get an SSD for this thing,) two 120mm intake fans, two 140mm exhaust fans, and the 6 pin PCI-E connectors for the 980s.
It doesn't seem to freeze anymore. It will mine just fine for a while but eventually I will get a BSOD, usually saying that the device driver has gone into an infinite loop. I believe this is the Crimson driver (I am using version 15.12.)
I've swapped CPUs and memory and HDDs and motherboards and I'm just almost at my wits' end about to tear my hair out trying to get this thing to run stably. I most likely just need to get all new mainboard/CPU/memory, but I can't do that at the moment, so I am looking for any advice/help I can get.
I would assume the driver is going into an infinite loop because it's polling hardware and not getting the response it expects or something like that, which could indicate a power or heat issue, but I don't know. And I've searched for the BSOD error and 90% of the results for "device driver went into an infinite loop" (paraphrasing) were related to AMD Crimson drivers. So that's been where my suspicion has been so far, and I've had other problems with getting the AMD stuff to work when I was initially setting it up. (And had problems with AMD/ATi drivers going back 20 years, ugh.)
So.. Any advice?
TL;DR: Running 2x GTX 980 and 2x R9 280X; keep getting BSOD about device driver going into an infinite loop after some time mining. Want to stab myself.
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[USA-CO][H]GPU's, Monitors, servers, 1366 mobo, 64bit phone case [W]amd cards, BTC, paypal

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.
-----wanted-----
paypal
local cash
bitcoin, ether, zcash

-----will only consider if it is a trade or amazing deal as my budget is short till i sell more-----

RX 480
RX 470
r9 290(x)
r9 390(x)
fury(x)
295 x2
pro duo
other computer related stuff.

-----items-----

2x evga gtx 980ti- $325 or $600 for both + hbw sli bridge (both acx 2.0+ one sc+)(would entertain trades for nice amd cards+cash)(would love to trade for highend amd card +cash or multiple cards)

ASUS HD 7850- $65 (never oc'ed light mining)(have a second one that has no display and a slight fan rattle that works for crossfire or mining -$45)

R9 270x- $75 replaced fan with 80mm delta. stays extremely cool and isn't overwhelmingly load (small OC, mined on)

Amd Firepro S7000 -AS IS- $80 beast of a workstation card and fairly rare it overclocked higher then any comparable chip I own. I believe I have pinpointed the issue (check pics) but I dont have the time or supplies to fix it once again sold as-is no returns I can go more in depth on request.

MSI Eclipse Plus X58 LGA 1366 motherboard- $120 (not much to say grab a nice cpu and oc it :D )

now for the 64bit phone case+a phone the case has a Jetway PICO NP93-2930 computer with a intel N2930 quad core 1.83 ghz cpu. it also has 2 gigs ddr3 ram and a 128 gig msata ssd. Additionally, it has a voltage converter and a lipoly low voltage cut-off with cuttof it opperates from 12.5v ish to 11v will include 1000 mah 3 cell lipo. the phone is a Chinese generic android. Im only selling this because I switched to a 64 bit zenfone 2 for the sake of portability but honestly this ran windows WAY better then the zenfone does. has 2012 server on it atm. feel free to ask away. -$200

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vizio m321i a2 monitosmart tv- $150 (1080p 120hz 32 inch this is the second one I have I currently use and enjoy the one on my main rig but I dont need 2 32 inch screens)

lg 920p monitor-$40 (details on request)

dell r900 server-$140 (4p 2.8ghz? 64 gigs ram additional details on request)( i also have another one missing cpu's raid controller a few fans and one of the two psu with only 48 gigs of ram i will let go for $80)

2x Cisco Pwr-rps2300 Redundant Power system-$40 each $60 for two (each includes 2 1150 watt power supplys)

?dell 2850?-$30 (sitting along time failed raid sold as is because of that)

corsair cx 550m-$40

corsair ax 750-$60

some pics-http://imgur.com/a/uRQ8Z

---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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[USA-CO][H] EVGA 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.
-----wanted-----
paypal
local cash
bitcoin, ether, zcash

-----will only consider if it is a trade or grate deal as my budget is short till I sell more-----

RX 480
RX 470
r9 290(x)
r9 390(x)
fury(x)
295 x2
pro duo
other computer related stuff.

-----items-----

no post craping on this item unless you can find a cheaper one online

Pricing this one is abit on the difficult side but i figured i would start here and go from their.
This is a BEAST of a motherboard supports dual socket 2011 cpus and is the only mobo for this socket that will let you overclock them (bclk oc) I currently run dual e5-2670's on it and it handles every task i throw at it with flying colors. I have tested it with MANY operating systems including, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 R2, win 10, ESXI 6.0 (majority of time), and Proxmox (basic testing) all of which it was COMPLETELY stable. However, this motherboard does have some damage in both of the sockets. socket 0 is missing 3 pins all of witch are redundant I believe they are all grounding pins. socket 1 is missing about 5 and some of those are redundent but some of them are related to dimm 4. dimm 4 of socket one does not work leaving you with only 11 out of the 12 dimms. This is the only damage that effects the functionality of the mobo the only other "damage" is VERY small and in no way effects the preformance or look of the mobo. Currently this is the only on I could find for sale anywhere and figured i would put it on the market in case anyone was interested. This is used in my daily rig and i use it for everything from virtualization to CAD and gaming with zero issues.

would like to keep until i sell the sr-x as its a important part of my main rig.

-----local only-----

some pics-http://imgur.com/a/Cuwda

---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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[USA-CO][H]980 ti's, r9 270x, 7850's, Monitors, servers, 1366 mobo, 64bit phone case, power supplys [W]amd cards, BTC, paypal

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.
-----wanted-----
paypal
local cash
bitcoin, ether, zcash

-----will only consider if it is a trade or amazing deal as my budget is short till i sell more-----

RX 480
RX 470
r9 290(x)
r9 390(x)
fury(x)
295 x2
pro duo
other computer related stuff.

-----items-----

2x evga gtx 980ti- sold for 600

ASUS HD 7850- $65 (never oc'ed light mining)(have a second one that has no display and a slight fan rattle that works for crossfire or mining -$45)

R9 270x- $75 replaced fan with 80mm delta. stays extremely cool and isn't overwhelmingly load (small OC, mined on)

Amd Firepro S7000 -AS IS- $80 beast of a workstation card and fairly rare it overclocked higher then any comparable chip I own. I believe I have pinpointed the issue (check pics) but I dont have the time or supplies to fix it once again sold as-is no returns I can go more in depth on request.

MSI Eclipse Plus X58 LGA 1366 motherboard- $120 (not much to say grab a nice cpu and oc it :D )

now for the 64bit phone case+a phone the case has a Jetway PICO NP93-2930 computer with a intel N2930 quad core 1.83 ghz cpu. it also has 2 gigs ddr3 ram and a 128 gig msata ssd. Additionally, it has a voltage converter and a lipoly low voltage cut-off with cuttof it opperates from 12.5v ish to 11v will include 1000 mah 3 cell lipo. the phone is a Chinese generic android. Im only selling this because I switched to a 64 bit zenfone 2 for the sake of portability but honestly this ran windows WAY better then the zenfone does. has 2012 server on it atm. feel free to ask away. -$200

-----local only-----

vizio m321i a2 monitosmart tv- $150 (1080p 120hz 32 inch this is the second one I have I currently use and enjoy the one on my main rig but I dont need 2 32 inch screens)

lg 920p monitor-$40 (details on request)

dell r900 server-$140 (4p 2.8ghz? 64 gigs ram additional details on request)( i also have another one missing cpu's raid controller a few fans and one of the two psu with only 48 gigs of ram i will let go for $80)

2x Cisco Pwr-rps2300 Redundant Power system-$40 each $60 for two (each includes 2 1150 watt power supplys)

?dell 2850?-$30 (sitting along time failed raid sold as is because of that)

corsair cx 550m-$40

corsair ax 750-$60

some pics-http://imgur.com/a/uRQ8Z

---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
submitted by cdabc123 to hardwareswap [link] [comments]

New to Monero and mining. Where to start?

Hey guys! I am an owner of some fraction of a Bitcoin for a month now, and know how the basic stuff work around it, but not much in general, also I have no knowledge in mining whatsoever. I am also completely new to Monero, started reading the sub today, but I want to start mining it, and I hope this post will give me some kickoff to the moonero (sorry if that pun is used a lot, but it came to me funny, shoot the ero to the moon too).
So I acknowledged that there are two general types of mining I can choose, solo mining and pool mining.
For solo mining I guess they are split between single and full nodes? This way is not much efficient but a good way to support the currency. By not much efficient, what numbers do we talk about (in XMR per time)?
I am more interested around mining pools and I like to know, even thought it is better to constantly switch pools to prevent a monopoly (I guess), what are the best pools currently for Europeans? Is it Dwarfpool, minergate, monerohash, coolpool.io, or something fifth? Which have the lowest fees, and which are the most respected in the community?
What miners do you suggest, I got an AMD, but even for Nvidia, what is generally the choice of a miner for each. I heard about Claymore, is that the way to go, where do I get the official version?
Lastly for wallets, is the new GUI wallet a decent option in general?
Now, for my personal mining I want to just test how it goes on my R9 280x, i7-2600, which I am really not sure how much I would produce on and even be profitable because I have not done the calculations, but if you have some numbers, let me know. The KW/h rate for me is $0.11. If I upgrade myself soon, what is a good budget miner build, by budget I mean something around $500, but please do suggest best options from any range also.
Any other additional tips would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance guy & sorry for typos, I am pretty dead atm, so I would gladly read replies tomorrow morning if there are any!
tldr; what miner and pool should I use?
submitted by appwizcpl to Monero [link] [comments]

[USA-CO][H] EVGA 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.
-----wanted-----
paypal
local cash
bitcoin, ether, zcash

-----will only consider if it is a trade or grate deal as my budget is short till I sell more-----

RX 480
RX 470
r9 290(x)
r9 390(x)
fury(x)
295 x2
pro duo
other computer related stuff.

-----items-----

no post craping on this item unless you can find a cheaper one online

Pricing this one is abit on the difficult side but i figured i would start here and go from their.
This is a BEAST of a motherboard supports dual socket 2011 cpus and is the only mobo for this socket that will let you overclock them (bclk oc) I currently run dual e5-2670's on it and it handles every task i throw at it with flying colors. I have tested it with MANY operating systems including, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 R2, win 10, ESXI 6.0 (majority of time), and Proxmox (basic testing) all of which it was COMPLETELY stable. However, this motherboard does have some damage in both of the sockets. socket 0 is missing 3 pins all of witch are redundant I believe they are all grounding pins. socket 1 is missing about 5 and some of those are redundent but some of them are related to dimm 4. dimm 4 of socket one does not work leaving you with only 11 out of the 12 dimms. This is the only damage that effects the functionality of the mobo the only other "damage" is VERY small and in no way effects the preformance or look of the mobo. Currently this is the only on I could find for sale anywhere and figured i would put it on the market in case anyone was interested. This is used in my daily rig and i use it for everything from virtualization to CAD and gaming with zero issues.

would like to keep until i sell the sr-x as its a important part of my main rig.

-----local only-----

some pics-http://imgur.com/a/Cuwda

---sold---
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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[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.
_
-----wanted-----
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)
_
Timestamps/Pics-http://imgur.com/a/Cuwda
_
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
_
LOCAL ONLY (unless buyer pays shipping)
_
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
submitted by cdabc123 to hardwareswap [link] [comments]

'Radeon R9 280X Gaming' crashes when I start playing games

Troubleshooting Help:

What is your parts list? Consider formatting your parts list.
Part list permalink / Part price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
GPU Radeon R9 280X GAMING 3G
CPU AMD FX-8320
Motherboard ASUS M5A97 R2.0 AM3+ AMD 970 + SB 950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEFI BIOS
Memory G.Skill 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
Describe your problem. List any error messages and symptoms. Be descriptive.
I've really only used this desktop for school, but now am switching over to start gaming on it. However, once I start playing a game (like Overwatch) it the screen starts to flicker a bit and then a couple minutes later will go black screen with the computer still running in the back. I cannot click anything, but sometimes I can still hear the game music playing but black screen.
I am able to browse internet, youtube, etc. It's just crashing when I start doing something intensive like playing a game
List anything you've done in attempt to diagnose or fix the problem.
I tried following this guide to flash but the program has some bug in it every time I try it messes up. I've opened up the computer and looked at all the connections and they are set.
Provide any additional details you wish below.
The GPU was preowned, they used it for bitcoin mining briefly, I'm not sure what they did with its settings like overclocking since I don't know much about that and I am not able to reach them either. I also looked at MSI afterburner to see if it was maybe overheating, but it seemed to just be getting up to 47c so I don't think that is the issue either.
submitted by msi280x to buildapc [link] [comments]

Why Upgrade a Graphics Card

After my recent ascension I'm left wondering why people buy $500+ graphics cards.
I own an AMD 280X and can run all the games I've tried on ultra at 1080p. So I guess my question is why would I have ever considered buying a more expensive card.
I understand that better cards are needed to power 4K monitors, but I frequently see people buying cards like the Titan X for 1080p setups. What is the point?
So basically, I know you need better graphics cards for 4K but other than that (Excluding things like bitcoin mining) why doesn't everyone buy a 280X or 960GTX?
EDIT I forgot to mention, Ultra at 60FPS - Example games (Bioshock Infinite, CS:GO, Borderlands 2, Left 4 Dead)
submitted by theropfather to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

SHA256 with ASIC compared to Scrypt with GPU

this is the very basic for latecomer always doesn't understand.
i keep seeing they insist on mining bitcoin with SHA256 ASIC, i know its fun, its fun to see you generate money out of thin air, but thats not how we do it today because SHA256 ASIC era are gone, its very expensive playing field right now, if you insist want to mine some bitcoin, you should start mining using GPU! why?
lets calculate profitability of your SHA256 ASIC, and lets make it really easy by assuming some factor :
now go here you will see you will get 1 BTC in about 75 days right now (see the 2nd column from the rightmost), this value is not correct since it does not account for difficulty increase within 75 days, bitcoin difficulty are increasing about 35% in 2 weeks, thats about 70% per month, you will see the correct calculation is here which you will never get 1BTC within a year, and after 6 months your ASIC doesn't generate bitcoin anymore
now lets compare it to GPU miner for Scrypt mining, which i use realistic assumption here
now go here, you will see that on the most profitable coin (first row) you will get 1 bitcoin for about 30 days (its 45 days faster than SHA256 ASIC), how about difficulty increase within these period, this factor is not as scary as bitcoin, lets see difficulty chart for LTC here, you will see that the diff is up and down, by calculating the data history for 1 year, you will get that LTC difficulty increase is about 3% per month on average (this is 25x smaller than bitcoin difficulty change rate), so coinwarz data is not too much way off here by not take into account of difficulty increase
TL;DR;
note: this calculation are made in worst case scenario for GPU compared to best case scenario for bitcoin ASIC
thats just prediction and calculation, things will go wrong right? lets see the report from my own GPU mining rigs here, see 2nd sheet (RIG1-Report), this is my earning report day to day in BTC (already running since december 2013), my rigs cost about 2000$ (this is 2nd hand 6x AMD 7970 for 4.2MH/s) and will ROI within 50 days from start if my calculation are correct
submitted by uraymeiviar to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

what brought you into the crypto world?

I was a little late to the game after Bitcoin, but managed to get in the crypto world when Bitcoin was $1000+. I mined and mined with my little processor, and didn't understand a damned thing. After some research, I felt very small in the huge world of crypto. My first mining rig was an AMD r8 280x, jsut before the Scrypt ASICs hit the market. I eventually upgrade to the dark side, and bought some GAWminer Furies (They're still running, 4x 1.3MHs). Mining isn't as profitable as it is, but I've stuck around just for the fun of it.
So, what's your story?
submitted by agentneuron to dogedcoin [link] [comments]

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