GeForce GTX 750 Ti: Bitcoin And Litecoin Mining

[USA-AZ][H] Graphics cards: MSI GTX 1050TI, RX 570 8GB, RX 560 4GB [W] PayPal

I have three MSI graphics cards for sale:
MSI GTX 1050 TI 4GT OC $100 sold
MSI RX 560 AERO ITX 4G OC $80
MSI RX 570 GAMING X 8G $140
FAQ:
Are they used for mining? No
Are they BIOS modded? No
What is local? 85033
Can you trade? No
How old are they? Not used, but a couple month old. See picture for condition. All item tested prior to shipment and discourage fraud
Do you accept bitcoin? No
Do prices include shipping? No, arrange shipping on your own or I will bill you depending where I am sending
How many FPS in fortnite does it get? I don't know, depends what setup you have google it
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Roommate has spare graphics cards to sell me for a good deal, which should I choose?

Currently I have a nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti. I built my desktop in 2013 and haven't touched it since. My roommate has a few graphics cards he used to use to mine bitcoin, but now they sit in a box. He has offered me either a GTX 970 4G (currently $699 on newegg), or a Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 580 8G (currently $249 on newegg)
I'm not well versed on graphics cards so I don't know the details but just based off the price the 970 seems better? I'm unsure. I also need to consider how much power each one will need. I have a 550W power supply in my current build, but I'm uncertain if a power supply upgrade would be necessary for either of these cards.
He is asking $500 for the 970, $200 for RX 580
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Having issues with my cgminer config, any tips?

I got cgminer working, but I am pulling a measly 8kh/s. Running ubuntu 12.04, with a GTX 560 Ti gc card. On this resource, it says I should be passing the -i and 0 args, but I get an error when I do that, are those windows args? Any tips on how I can optimise my config file based on my card? If I use the example config from this tutorial, I get an Too many values passed to set temp cut error, and it force closes. If I don't use the example config file cgminer runs, but my kh/s is very very low. Any tips for a noob would be much appreciated.
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Help with what I blieve to be a BitcoinMining virus on my computer?

Hi Everyone! I'll preface this by saying I'm also posting something very similar to the MalwareBytes forums. recently noticed my gpu fans running high and my gpu usage at 100% with around 90 degrees celsius while playing games The reason i suspect this is a bitcoinminer, is because I'll be playing a game like Dark Souls 2, a game with very little multiplayer connectivity, and about 20 minutes in I'll drop from a solid 60 fps to around 15. The same happens in games like Counter Strike: GO, where I'll have upwards of 250 fps on bootup, and then crash down to around 100 (doesn't seem like a big deal, but still concerning). I update MSE and ran multiple scans with no benefits, then I installed malwarebytes. I ran a couple of scans and found the usual couple of adware programs but nothing too concerning. Then I started trying other things that weren't virus related. I rolled back my gpu drivers, which actually seemed to help for an hour, until I woke up the next morning and it was doing the same thing. The thing that made me start suspecting it was a virus again was that when I'm playing Dark souls and I get frame drops, my fps goes back up right after I disconnect my wifi adapter (and no, I don't have access to a wired connection right now.) My CPU usage and physical memory are both find, maxing out at about 70% while gaming, and there are no suspicious processes in my task manager. So right now I'm guessing it's either a hardware issue, knowing that my gtx 560 Ti is getting pretty old at this point, or it is a pretty nasty bitcoin mining virus that went unnoticed by two separate virus detections. Please help me with this issue if possible, this is getting very tiring. Thanks in advance!
Also, here are my specs Windows 7 Ultimate gigabyte z77x-d3h GTX 560 ti @ stock Driver 9.18.13.4460 i5-3570k @ 3.4 GHz (stock) 8 gigs of ram (ripjaw?) Belkin Dual-Band Wireless Adapter ( I've also tried an old Linksys adapter with the same results)
Here is my tasklist idling and connected to the internet "Image Name","PID","Session Name","Session#","Mem Usage" "System Idle Process","0","Services","0","24 K" "System","4","Services","0","988 K" "smss.exe","400","Services","0","1,196 K" "csrss.exe","472","Services","0","4,548 K" "csrss.exe","548","Console","1","19,228 K" "wininit.exe","556","Services","0","4,584 K" "winlogon.exe","604","Console","1","7,612 K" "services.exe","652","Services","0","10,552 K" "lsass.exe","660","Services","0","12,728 K" "lsm.exe","668","Services","0","4,408 K" "svchost.exe","764","Services","0","10,356 K" "nvvsvc.exe","832","Services","0","7,900 K" "nvSCPAPISvr.exe","856","Services","0","5,840 K" "svchost.exe","900","Services","0","8,268 K" "MsMpEng.exe","972","Services","0","87,128 K" "svchost.exe","420","Services","0","23,260 K" "svchost.exe","484","Services","0","198,640 K" "svchost.exe","540","Services","0","18,020 K" "svchost.exe","444","Services","0","47,212 K" "audiodg.exe","1084","Services","0","18,040 K" "svchost.exe","1272","Services","0","16,852 K" "wlanext.exe","1360","Services","0","6,300 K" "conhost.exe","1372","Services","0","2,836 K" "spoolsv.exe","1480","Services","0","12,992 K" "svchost.exe","1512","Services","0","19,060 K" "SkypeC2CAutoUpdateSvc.exe","1600","Services","0","4,924 K" "SkypeC2CPNRSvc.exe","1632","Services","0","5,016 K" "GfExperienceService.exe","1748","Services","0","6,276 K" "mbamscheduler.exe","1804","Services","0","9,812 K" "nvxdsync.exe","1896","Console","1","20,652 K" "nvvsvc.exe","1904","Console","1","13,500 K" "mbamservice.exe","1296","Services","0","90,388 K" "NvNetworkService.exe","1936","Services","0","5,736 K" "nvstreamsvc.exe","2068","Services","0","10,356 K" "RaRegistry64.exe","2108","Services","0","4,164 K" "RzOvlMon.exe","2148","Services","0","3,728 K" "svchost.exe","2208","Services","0","5,616 K" "Updater.exe","2252","Services","0","8,432 K" "WLIDSVC.EXE","2280","Services","0","12,192 K" "SearchIndexer.exe","2628","Services","0","14,012 K" "WLIDSVCM.EXE","2668","Services","0","3,440 K" "nvstreamsvc.exe","2728","Services","0","13,224 K" "conhost.exe","2736","Services","0","3,072 K" "NisSrv.exe","3064","Services","0","7,268 K" "svchost.exe","3628","Services","0","13,628 K" "GoogleUpdate.exe","3472","Services","0","548 K" "wmpnetwk.exe","3308","Services","0","10,876 K" "taskhost.exe","2192","Console","1","12,776 K" "dwm.exe","3496","Console","1","8,724 K" "mbam.exe","988","Console","1","45,876 K" "explorer.exe","2712","Console","1","61,624 K" "nvstreamsvc.exe","2640","Console","1","15,424 K" "conhost.exe","2836","Console","1","4,736 K" "NvBackend.exe","740","Console","1","22,612 K" "nvtray.exe","3016","Console","1","12,592 K" "svchost.exe","4384","Services","0","14,496 K" "mmc.exe","4816","Console","1","10,880 K" "dllhost.exe","4736","Services","0","7,272 K" "Steam.exe","4852","Console","1","111,264 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","4280","Console","1","26,844 K" "SteamService.exe","4572","Services","0","8,656 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","4104","Console","1","69,088 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","4768","Console","1","25,504 K" "GameOverlayUI.exe","4656","Console","1","57,980 K" "taskhost.exe","5916","Console","1","5,204 K" "taskeng.exe","6092","Console","1","6,136 K" "Steam","5396","Console","1","11,204 K" "chrome.exe","5952","Console","1","117,608 K" "chrome.exe","3764","Console","1","169,848 K" "chrome.exe","4108","Console","1","67,844 K" "chrome.exe","2572","Console","1","17,768 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","5800","Console","1","60,244 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","4072","Console","1","77,216 K" "steamwebhelper.exe","4848","Console","1","60,844 K" "chrome.exe","3604","Console","1","66,920 K" "chrome.exe","3868","Console","1","150,212 K" "chrome.exe","6016","Console","1","68,040 K" "chrome.exe","2832","Console","1","21,500 K" "procexp.exe","4648","Console","1","7,356 K" "procexp64.exe","4264","Console","1","23,388 K" "dxdiag.exe","3372","Console","1","19,116 K" "chrome.exe","1868","Console","1","68,248 K" "cmd.exe","4628","Console","1","3,140 K" "conhost.exe","6048","Console","1","5,420 K" "chrome.exe","6072","Console","1","61,444 K" "WmiPrvSE.exe","3596","Services","0","7,472 K" "tasklist.exe","5720","Console","1","5,748 K"
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[IMPORTANT] I want to start a Dogecoin business. Help me fellow Shibes!

As far as I understand, the real value of Dogecoin lies within the acceptance of Dogecoin to businesses.
This post will be updated with question from comments and my answers to those questions until I reach a decision.
First of all, let me tell you something about me:
Questions from shibes posted in comments:
I'm putting all my efforts in creating a business that will accept Dogecoin and these are my questions for you.
Questions that will become interested:
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Rig Building: How do you spec PSU needs?

I started mining dogecoins earlier this week after not having mind any virtual current since bitcoin first came out. Times sure have changed so I was pretty much starting from scratch. One of the things that drew me in was the supportive community and the benefits of scrypt over sha256. Wow!
I was mining on whatever hardware I had laying around: an out-dated gaming rig with a 750w PSU powering a GTX 560 ti along with 4 SATA disks, probably more fans than are needed, and a base core2duo system. I was getting about 240 Kh/s... not too bad for spare parts! I get the feeling that a lot of our fellow diggers also got started in a similar way.
Being that I want to help go to the moon, I started looking at my other old hardware. I found a Radeon HD 5770 thats been sitting in my basement for a few years. Should be good for another~ 200 Kh/s? SWEET! So I plugged it in and IT WAS AWESOME... for about 12 hours. Then my power supply cooked itself :(
I guess a GTX 560ti, HD 5770, 4 7200 RPM drives, etc were too much for my trusty old Corsair TX750W :( Anyone else ever make a similar mistake? Besides just using an over-sized power supply, can anything be done to protect against this? Ie, any fusing options or anything to look for in a PSU? I'd be nice to able to just flip a breaker or replace a fuse instead of having to buy a new PSU.
Secondly, as I'm sure many diggers have also done, I ordered a couple new GPUs today - a couple Radeon HD 7870s (only $175 each!!!). I need a new power supply anyway, so I may as well plan ahead. How does one figure how much of a PSU they'll need? I can look up specs for most stuff and add it up, by a lot of GPUs only spec out power needs for the system and assume they'll be a single card. With a setup using 3 or 4 GPUs, I'm quickly exceeding the biggest PSUs on the market! Is there a better way of doing it? What about accounting for the base system, fans, usb devices, etc?
FWIW, I'm thinking of getting an EVGA SuperNOVA 1300G2 Power supply. Anyone try this?
Thanks!
PS: to make my sad story a bit sadder: I mentioned I used to mine bitcoin back ~2009. They were worthless so I stopped. I had 20-30 coins in my wallet, mostly from faucets. Spent all weekend searching old hard drives and finally found my old wallet! Too bad I cant remember the password for it vOv
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Build issues...or trying to prevent them.

ok...I really need to upgrade my system. My box right now is a bit...stale. I've been using an old (>4years processor and 8 gigs of ram) I use this machine for work (software dev), gaming (I can't seem to downgrade from my three monitors), as well as a bit of bitcoin mining. Does anyone see any issues with this build?
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor $189.99 @ Microcenter
CPU Cooler Noctua NH-D14 65.0 CFM CPU Cooler $80.31 @ Amazon
Motherboard ASRock Z77 Extreme4 ATX LGA1155 Motherboard $119.99 @ Amazon
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory $53.99 @ Newegg
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory $53.99 @ Newegg
Video Card MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2GB Video Card (2-Way SLI) $278.98 @ SuperBiiz
Video Card MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2GB Video Card (2-Way SLI) $278.98 @ SuperBiiz
Total
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. $1056.23
Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-02-19 01:34 EST-0500
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GTX 560 TI Display Driver Stops Responding Followed By BSOD

Hi tech support, perhaps you could assist me with my late video card.
System Specs:
Motherboard: ASUS p8z77-v Processor: i7 2600k 3.4ghz 4 cores 8 logical processors Video Card (Currently removed): GTX 560 TI OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit (6.1 build 7601) RAM: 8192MB
About a month ago I was using my PC, business as usual, when the display suddenly froze, as did the cursor, briefly before the screen flickered blank. The display returned to normal, however there was a message in the corner which said the the display driver had stopped responding, but had recovered. There was also a message about OAWrapper.exe not responding.
This only happened the first time; subsequent times when the display driver stopped responding, it failed to recover, causing the machine to restart after a BSOD that looked similar to this..
In once instance the display became corrupted, and I couldn't tell what I was clicking. Luckily, after trying to navigate blind, I opened something randomly, geforce experience, I got my display back.
I tried some of the recommended fixes on Google searches. One of the culprits was a bitcoin mining malware. After performing a scan I found two bitcoinmining malware programs, and removed them.
Anyway at this point I thought it would have fixed the issue, as it appeared to have for the people on the search results. Things were fine for a while. Then it happened again; monitor went blank, PC rebooted itself.
Eventually it got to the point where when I started the PC it would proceed with the windows starting screen, then as it was about to transition to the Windows log in screen the monitor would go i to power saving mode breifly, when display returned, I got the aformentioned BSOD; the only way I could get back on was starting in safe mode when it restarted.
I first tried unplugging the Video card, it would then start up on the Integrated graphics card, however the CPU fan goes ham and revs like mad. The only way to get it working normally was to completely remove the 560.
One thread I read advised getting the latest driver from Nvidia's site. So Since the driver wouldn't perform the install if the card wasn't detected, I downloaded the driver, reinserted the video card, started it in safe mode and installed the driver. It installed successfully, however, no solution came about it from it. The same thing happened when I tried to boot the machine normally.
Judging from other threads I read the display driver becoming unresponsive appears to be a driver issue. So I'm not sure if it's a result of a bad driver or if my video card is toast? I used to monitor it's temperature via GPUtweak and I never recall it exceeding 80 degrees C.
Thanks if anyone can assist I'm assuming I'm probably going to have to get myself a new GPU but I'd like to be able to fix this one if at all possible.
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Having issues with my cgminer config, any tips?

I got cgminer working, but I am pulling a measly 8kh/s. Running ubuntu 12.04, with a GTX 560 Ti gc card. On this resource, it says I should be passing the -i and 0 args, but I get an error when I do that, are those windows args? Any tips on how I can optimise my config file based on my card? If I use the example config from this tutorial, I get an Too many values passed to set temp cut error, and it force closes. If I don't use the example config file cgminer runs, but my kh/s is very very low. Should I be using cudaminer? Does cudaminer work on linux? Any tips for a noob would be much appreciated.
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