Hi I i'm a new subscriber I realy like your videos especialy How you describe them thank you very much. There is something I would like from you to show something mor specifik for A9 innosilikon if that is posible brst regards
I still don't really understand this thing but surely this is just so bad for the environment, I mean have you seen the big warehouses filled with these rigs? As for the graphic card developers they should remember who made them what they are and have some morals and protect there true lovers of there technology.
This is a litel bit stupit , because your Energie costs are higeher than that money that you geht .
For 2000Dollar you get a much better miner and energie costs are lower.
Also the card price don't go up because Mining a 1080 did cost 800 Dollar the howl time
Sry for bad english
Do you like how your video cards actually processes advanced super Vises and Gene spicing arrays??? What are your special little coins mining? I guess you dont really care what kind of information your processing and what its being used for? Dont worry that money wont help you when it all starts.
Hell they even tell you what they are doing with movies.. You guys are fucking idiots. I hope you like your money you get from your imaginary coins.
Watched the video all the way through... I wanted to punch his face the whole time. This unfortunately showed up on my feed. I am unsubbing to this as soon as I'm done writing out this comment. This is a free market, yes. But because of cryto-mining I had to wait over a year for GPU prices to go back to MSRP. You can blame the GPU companies as well but it was cryptomining that triggered the prices spikes. I hope all the GPU's you buy go bad.
how much is it gonna last max 6 months ? i mean you kinda screwed after that cuz you dont really make money with build like that in 6 months but then price of gpus rise and people cant afford that soo that fuccked you just waste money on nothing but price of nothing rises... that why crypto ruined everything
Bitcoin is a speculative bubble andand has no value backed by gold and not recognized by any central bank (I am not talking about normal banks that are also huge frauds, interest and others). Bitcoin behaves more like speculation than a real base ... This is an excuse for a bum and a deadbeat to make easy money .... Besides they are destroying the gaming industry and players. GPUs are advisories made for games, but these vagabonds buy in absurd amounts of products intended for gamers and game companies, destroying the gaming market and fucking with the players ..... I hope this bubble gets better soon and you have to mortgaging until the underwear, to stop with this dirt that is Bitcoin .... Bitcoin should be prohibited like the Narco traffic
Seems to me like you would lose that money from your electric bill so lets say your electric bill goes up 300 dollars a month so you are really only making 32 dollars a day. So just from video cards It cost you 5,100 then add the rest of the cost of the machine that is about 3,000. So you spent 8,100 on a machine that makes you 32 dollars a day if it works right and the numbers hold You could make your money back in a year.
Hey! I have a qeustion. Do you get sponsored by a company or do you buy all your parts? I really want to know. Im thinking off upgrading my already good pc to a Bitcoin miner too! Add me on discord if you read this Yolo123#8409
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