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Bitpro GPU Mining Frame Instructions

GPU Mining Frame Available for purchase on eBay & Amazon GPU Mining Frame Kit includes: Base x1 Vertical crossbars x2 Horizontal crossbars x2 Short GPU crossbar x1 PSU mount x1 Power switch x1 Motherboard standoffs Motherboard screws Frame & GPU screws Tools Needed: Screwdriver Small Pliers (optional for motherboard standoffs) Step 1: Attach vertical crossbars …

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“What should I mine with my 4GB graphics cards once the Ethereum DAG limit hits?”

Unfortunately, you will not be able to profitably mine an alternate altcoin with your 4GB cards once the 4GB DAG limit hits. For the math behind this assertion please see our more in-depth article here. Tl;dr – Seriously…you will not be able to profitably mine something else with 4GB cards for all but the early …

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Guide: ITAD Company vs. Bitpro for selling GPU mining hardware

Here are what we see as the major advantages of choosing Bitpro over an ITAD company for selling your GPU mining hardware. We’re professional GPU miners: we know the hardware & the market, enabling us to offer fair value for your entire hardware investment. Many ITAD companies will not make a bid on all of …

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Where to Sell Graphics Cards: The Definitive Guide from the leading online seller

If you are researching where to sell your graphics cards or mining rigs, you’ve got options First, consider the following question to determine your priorities when deciding where best to sell your GPU Get An Offer For Your Graphics Cards Start with a quick, no-obligation offer from Bitpro. Then use this guide to help you …

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Should you buy a used GPU? Questions to ask first.

You’re eyeing a used graphics card you’ve seen online, but you’re unsure if it’s safe to buy. Your graphics card just stopped working and you’re on a tight budget. You’re building your first gaming computer and you’re not looking to spend a lot. You’re overdue for an upgrade. If any of these sound like you, …

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