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Browsing Ebay looking at Firepros for cheap folding


damric
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4 minutes ago, damric said:

Of particular interest are the Barco MXRT variants. They seem very cheap but has anyone ever fooled with a medical card? I'm looking at:

 

mxrt 7400

specs

 

mxrt 5500

specs

 

FirePro W7000

specs

 

Haven't a clue. Not on the LARS database, so you wouldn't be able to use them in the ETF. I doubt they would be worth it in PPD.

 

Firepro is right there next to a GTX 950

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/firepro-w7000.c587

 

The MXRT cards have less than a 700MHz clock. Tech powerup doesn't even have them listed to comparable. 

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3 minutes ago, BWG said:

GTX 960's are shredding all of the competition. Maybe you could snag one of those for cheap since they don't mine a profit. I have mine on a mcw-82 with a gtx 460 plate, and it colted right up to the 960. I think you use those blocks, right?

Im actually going to switch to a GT710 for the ETF. Going to put it on water too. 

 

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23 minutes ago, Avacado said:

Im actually going to switch to a GT710 for the ETF. Going to put it on water too. 

 

I have a GT 730 that overclocks like 40% but I can't put it under water because it's low profile and has weird shaped screw hole pattern that don't fit any of my generic blocks.

 

Anyways was looking at the Firepros for just plain folding, not for ETF. Seemed like good compute power for cheaper than I can get teslas.

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