- Nov 10, 2006
- 4,528 (1.11/day)
- Washington, US
|Cooling||A lot smaller than I'd like|
|Memory||Samsung 4x8GB DDR4-2133 SO-DIMM|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 980 (MXM)|
|Storage||2xSamsung 950 Pro 256GB | 2xHGST 1TB 7.2K|
|Display(s)||17.3" IPS 1080p G-SYNC|
|Audio Device(s)||Sound Blaster X-FI MB 5, Foster 2.1 channel integrated|
|Power Supply||330w Brick|
|Keyboard||3-zone RGB integrated|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||Not slow|
Why would I sell you a 250 GH/s machine for even $50k? I could mine at the very least that much in a month!
If I had to guess, they're selling these because once they hit, difficulty will go up and mined production will go down. Transaction fees that pay the rewards are a fixed value. Your share of that value depends on your ability to be better than everyone else. Once these hit, the "average" will rise. Everyone spending money on expensive ASIC machines are doing so just to keep up with the average.