AsRock X370 Pro BTC+ – Reviewing their Newest Mining ...

ASRock introduces a motherboard specially for Bitcoin mining

ASRock introduces a motherboard specially for Bitcoin mining submitted by logixa to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[USA-NY] [H] GTX 960 FTW 2GB, 2x GTX 560 DCII OC, i7-2600, asus p8p67 pro motherboard, 4x corsair vengeance 4GB DDR3 1600, HAF XB evo, 3rd gen core i3 + 2x 4GB ram + asrock h61 itx mobo, dusk shadow xbox one controller, firetv stick, meraki ms220 & mx64 [W] paypal, bitcoin, dogecoin, litecoin etc.

I'm broke and need money -- here's what I have:
http://imgur.com/a/LbQWk
All prices negotiable and listed WITHOUT shipping. I did a quick eBay search for the pricing. It will take me about 2 days after payment to ship -- of course, I'll try to do it as soon as possible
If you send me a PM, you MUST leave a comment here! I'm located on Long Island and willing to drive ~1 hour to meet up. I've met people in NYC for trades here in the past! I'm broke and need money, so I'm open to most secure payment methods -- paypal preferred.
Thanks!
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ASRock Releases Bitcoin Mining Motherboard… 1 Year Too Late

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02-13 21:23 - 'ASRock H110 Mining Motherboard' (thinkgeek.store) by /u/cryptogeek221 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 14-24min

ASRock H110 Mining Motherboard
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#bitcoin & #altcoins tips & advice bitcoin & cryptocurrency mining virtual coins ASROCK H110 PRO BTC+ Intel H110 1151 ATX Designed for Crypto Mining 1 x PCIe3.0 x16 12 x PCIe2.0 x1 - (Components > Motherboards) Visit Now For More Info ====> https://t.co/UhlMqMe68a

#bitcoin & #altcoins tips & advice bitcoin & cryptocurrency mining virtual coins ASROCK H110 PRO BTC+ Intel H110 1151 ATX Designed for Crypto Mining 1 x PCIe3.0 x16 12 x PCIe2.0 x1 - (Components > Motherboards) Visit Now For More Info ====> https://t.co/UhlMqMe68a submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining motherboard by AsRock

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07-17 16:22 - 'Motherboard for 13 GPU (ASRock H110 Pro BTC+): review and testing' (youtube.com) by /u/Kudrins removed from /r/Bitcoin within 288-298min

Motherboard for 13 GPU (ASRock H110 Pro BTC+): review and testing
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[Canada-Toronto] [H] 12 pieces ASRock H61 Pro BTC Motherboards. Brand new. [W] Verified Paypal, Bitcoin, Cash(local)

I am located in Toronto if you want to local pickup. I have 12 brand new asrock pro btc motherboards.
These are great for mining, you can use the cheap celeron g1620 processors, and you can fit up to 6 gpus on the board.
I would like $69USD Each, if you buy more than one we can work out a deal.
Cash, Paypal, or Bitcoin
http://imgur.com/Q2C4L5c
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[xpost] "ASRock introduces a motherboard specially for Bitcoin mining." Saw this on the Bitcoin sub. How well would this motherboard work for LTC/Scrypt mining?

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ASRock releases motherboards designed to mine Bitcoins, generate internet moolah

ASRock releases motherboards designed to mine Bitcoins, generate internet moolah submitted by richwn to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin's on PC Gamer about the new ASRock Motherboard

Bitcoin's on PC Gamer about the new ASRock Motherboard submitted by marche101 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

For Sale: BIOSTAR Hi-Fi H81S2 (Like ASRock H81) Bitcoin / Litecoin Mining Motherboard on cryptothrift

For Sale: BIOSTAR Hi-Fi H81S2 (Like ASRock H81) Bitcoin / Litecoin Mining Motherboard on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
Tags: asrock h81 pro btc, biostar h81s2, h81, h81s2, mining motherboard, Motherboard
cryptothrift is a Bitcoin, Litecoin and altcoin marketplace and auction site with automated escrow.
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ASRock H81 Pro BTC mining motherboard is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-accessories/asrock-h81-pro-btc-mining-motherboard/

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ASRock Releases Motherboards Optimized for Bitcoin Mining

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ASRock Releases Bitcoin Mining Motherboard… 1 Year Too Late

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For Sale: BIOSTAR Hi-Fi H81S2 (Like ASRock H81) Bitcoin / Litecoin Mining Motherboard on cryptothrift

For Sale: BIOSTAR Hi-Fi H81S2 (Like ASRock H81) Bitcoin / Litecoin Mining Motherboard on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
Tags: asrock h81 pro btc, biostar h81s2, h81, h81s2, mining motherboard, Motherboard
cryptothrift is a Bitcoin, Litecoin and altcoin marketplace and auction site with automated escrow.
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Ryzen 1600x high idle temp because 3 cores are at full load

Ryzen 1600x high idle temp because 3 cores are at full load
My airflow and the cpu cooler in general are pretty good, the cpu is overclocked to 4ghz and under full cinebench r20 load it doesnt even reach 70C but at idle my cpu will sit around 56C, after opening hwinfo or hwmonitor the temp checks out (Tdie) and it shows that thread 0,2 and 6 are at full 100% load. What could be causing this. Task manager doesnt show anything unordinary going on and the usage is <5%

Computer Type: Custom dekstop
GPU: Gainward Ghost RTX 2060 6GB
CPU: 1600X 4.0GHz 1.35V
Motherboard: ASRock AB350M
RAM: Patriot Viper Steel 3400MHz 2x8GB 2nd and 4th slot. XMP set to 3200MHz
PSU: Corsair CX650M
Operating System & Version: Windows 10 Pro Version 2004
GPU Drivers: 452.06
Chipset Drivers: P5.50
Background Applications: Spotify, MSI Afterburner, Riva Statistic Tuner, NVIDIA Settings
Troubleshooting: Tried removing the cpu overclock
SOLVED: Trojan bitcoin miner deep in chrome folder
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Disabling the Intel Management Engine Backdoor on Modern Hardware.

Two quick things to get out of the way first: A.) I am in no way connected to the project linked below, I just think it is quite cool, and B.) yes this is a throw-away account for reasons.
If you want to begin looking into why Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) is a potential privacy and security hazard, you can start by consulting this thread and some of the comments and links.
Onto the meat of this post: for a while now the most modern hardware you could get with Intel ME disabled was 7000 series intel at best unless you could run ME_cleaner 12 yourself which is no easy task and even then success was not guaranteed. Now however (or really for the last year+ but I just happened to find it) someone has found that the AsRock Z390 Taichi motherboard has the HAP bit left somewhat exposed, and with a little modding they've been able to make a BIOS version with the HAP bit turned off, essentially disabling (not deleting) Intel ME. In other words your motherboard will now look basically just like the ones the US government itself buys: Intel HAP bit disabled thus Intel Management Engine disabled.
All you need to do to get it to work is to follow the instructions to update the BIOS on the Z390 Taichi board, and you will have significantly reduced the chances of the Intel ME backdoor being an issue for you. The process is very n00b friendly (unlike ME_cleaner), and the mobo and chips are getting pretty wallet-friendly too. To further remove the chances of ME being an issue, use a NIC and/or Wifi card with a chipset NOT built by Intel. The combination of the two should get the chances of the ME backdoor being a problem down to near zero.
So now using this specific motherboard + BIOS combo we can have up to Intel 9000 series chips Intel ME-free (or at least disabled). If you do choose to do this, I'd also suggest getting an Intel chip without hyperthreading (or at least disable it).
If you have questions please contact the OP of the above linked thread, I'm just a n00b who is glad to be able to increase privacy.
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Disabling the Intel Management Engine Backdoor on Modern Hardware.

Two quick things to get out of the way first: A.) I am in no way connected to the project linked below, I just think it is quite cool, and B.) yes this is a throw-away account for reasons.
If you want to begin looking into why Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) is a potential privacy and security hazard, you can start by consulting this thread and some of the comments and links.
Onto the meat of this post: for a while now the most modern hardware you could get with Intel ME disabled was 7000 series intel at best unless you could run ME_cleaner 12 yourself which is no easy task and even then success was not guaranteed. Now however (or really for the last year+ but I just happened to find it) someone has found that the AsRock Z390 Taichi motherboard has the HAP bit left somewhat exposed, and with a little modding they've been able to make a BIOS version with the HAP bit turned off, essentially disabling (not deleting) Intel ME. In other words your motherboard will now look basically just like the ones the US government itself buys: Intel HAP bit disabled thus Intel Management Engine disabled.
All you need to do to get it to work is to follow the instructions to update the BIOS on the Z390 Taichi board, and you will have significantly reduced the chances of the Intel ME backdoor being an issue for you. The process is very n00b friendly (unlike ME_cleaner), and the mobo and chips are getting pretty wallet-friendly too. To further remove the chances of ME being an issue, use a NIC and/or Wifi card with a chipset NOT built by Intel. The combination of the two should get the chances of the ME backdoor being a problem down to near zero.
So now using this specific motherboard + BIOS combo we can have up to Intel 9000 series chips Intel ME-free (or at least disabled). If you do choose to do this, I'd also suggest getting an Intel chip without hyperthreading (or at least disable it).
If you have questions please contact the OP of the above linked thread, I'm just a n00b who is glad to be able to increase security/privacy (if only slightly) on a relatively modern system. The relevance to linux gaming is obvious. Many of us switch to Linux from windows for the extra security and privacy, and many of us want to use more modern hardware.
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Disabling the Intel Management Engine Backdoor on Modern Hardware.

Two quick things to get out of the way first: A.) I am in no way connected to the project linked below, I just think it is quite cool, and B.) yes this is a throw-away account for reasons.
If you want to begin looking into why Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) is a potential privacy and security hazard, you can start by consulting this thread and some of the comments and links.
Onto the meat of this post: for a while now the most modern hardware you could get with Intel ME disabled was 7000 series intel at best unless you could run ME_cleaner 12 yourself which is no easy task and even then success was not guaranteed. Now however (or really for the last year+ but I just happened to find it) someone has found that the AsRock Z390 Taichi motherboard has the HAP bit left somewhat exposed, and with a little modding they've been able to make a BIOS version with the HAP bit turned off, essentially disabling (not deleting) Intel ME. In other words your motherboard will now look basically just like the ones the US government itself buys: Intel HAP bit disabled thus Intel Management Engine disabled.
All you need to do to get it to work is to follow the instructions to update the BIOS on the Z390 Taichi board, and you will have significantly reduced the chances of the Intel ME backdoor being an issue for you. The process is very n00b friendly (unlike ME_cleaner), and the mobo and chips are getting pretty wallet-friendly too. To further remove the chances of ME being an issue, use a NIC and/or Wifi card with a chipset NOT built by Intel. The combination of the two should get the chances of the ME backdoor being a problem down to near zero.
So now using this specific motherboard + BIOS combo we can have up to Intel 9000 series chips Intel ME-free (or at least disabled). If you do choose to do this, I'd also suggest getting an Intel chip without hyperthreading (or at least disable it).
If you have questions please contact the OP of the above linked thread, I'm just a n00b who is glad to be able to increase security/privacy (if only slightly) on a relatively modern system.
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($100 USD Bounty) 1950x with a Vega 64 Crashing Often with Solid Screens [Repost]

***This problem is getting in the way of my work too often. If it's allowed, I'm willing to post a $100 USD bounty (zelle, venmo, paypal, bitcoin, gift cards) to anyone that's able to either fix the issue or single out the computer part that's causing this. Willing to escrow the hundred bucks to a trusted member or a mod. I apologize if something like this isn't allowed; feel free to take it down if it isn't.***
Description of Original Problem: This is what I mean by solid screens: https://imgur.com/a/VhtB1oT
Those are pictures of my 3 monitors after a crash. It's not necessarily always a black screen when crashing or even a white one at that. It'll often be some sort of green, orange, etc.
I'm honestly lost at what could be causing this. It's been happening ever since I built this computer 2-3 years ago but only once a week at most. Now with the recent task of having to record videos on OBS, it crashes every 15-30 minutes. Before using OBS it was getting bad where it was crashing once every day or two. Any general help or troubleshooting help would be greatly appreciated. I've already updated BIOS, chipset, and video card drivers to latest.
-No manual overclocks of CPU and GPU. Everything just standard right out of the box.
Computer Type: Desktop, custom built 2-3 years ago.
GPU: I have the MSI Gaming Radeon Vega 64. Bought from this link from newegg's ebay account: https://www.ebay.com/p/2206488186?iid=382237989343
CPU: Threadripper 1950x
Motherboard: Asrock Taichi x399 this one: https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X399%20Taichi/index.asp
RAM: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-16gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820232530?Description=flare%20x&cm_re=flare_x-_-20-232-530-_-Product&quicklink=true
8 sticks of this. It was 4 sticks, set at XMP speeds, 3200mhz, but after adding 4 more, it wouldn't boot at xmp speeds so I have them at 2400 mhz currently with the same XMP timings, however. I'm not sure if this is related to the frequency of crashes but it's crashed often before I added more RAM.
PSU: EVGA G3 1000W Platinum
Case: Fractal Meshify C, using Noctua cooler (NH-US14S TR4-SP3)
Operating System & Version: Windows 10
GPU Drivers: Latest driver automatically installed by "Radeon Software". Driver Version: 20.4.2
Chipset Drivers: AMD Chipset Drivers Revision Number: 2.04.04.111, / Release Date 4/7/2020
Background Applications: Discord, Skype, Google Chrome, other various basic software. I recently started recording lots of videos using OBS where it'll cause the same crash but very frequently (up to every 15 minutes). The crashes were somewhat bearable before but now with having to record videos, it's just gotten absolutely annoying.
Troubleshooting: I'm looking for a way to troubleshoot as I don't know any other ways. I logged HWINFO sensors before a crash and all the clock speeds, voltages, and temps seem normal. Here is a log a minute before the crash. Before, it was near impossible to recreate the crash reliably but now with recording OBS, I can make it crash somewhat reliably.
Here is the log (csv file) for anyone interested: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NqAjdhohWDRAQOR4166xOslPyyj0MaVa/view?usp=sharing
Here's another log of a crash that happened just now with OBS. I can recreate the crash using OBS somewhat reliably.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1I5hb1gPh3-QjaVDrzuXL2TbWVTs1tipU/view?usp=sharing
Additional Info: I'm not sure if this information is valuable but the same crashes have happened in 3 completely different cities that I've lived in in the past 2-3 years. Also tried ddu-ing my current amd gpu drivers and installing 19.9.2. No luck there either.
I have 3 monitors, middle big one is a 4k 60hz monitor, right one is a 1080p gaming 24 inch monitor 144hz but will crash even set at 60hz. Left one is an ultra wide 1080p 25 inch LG monitor, had overclocked to 75hz but will crash regardless of refresh rate again.

Edit: More info the better so - Boot up drive is a Samsung 960 EVO 500GB SSD. Also have a 1TB Intel m.2 SSD, along with 2 external WD hard drives, 4TB and 8TB. Never touched the SSDs but have tried disconnecting the external hard drives and crashes still appear.
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Disabling the Intel Management Engine Backdoor on Modern Hardware.

Two quick things to get out of the way first: A.) I am in no way connected to the project linked below, I just think it is quite cool, and B.) yes this is a throw-away account for reasons. I hope that doesn't violate rules #1-3, I just wanted to share this.
If you want to begin looking into why Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) is a potential privacy and security hazard, you can start by consulting this thread and some of the comments and links.
Onto the meat of this post: for a while now the most modern hardware you could get with Intel ME disabled was 7000 series intel at best unless you could run ME_cleaner 12 yourself which is no easy task and even then success was not guaranteed. Now however (or really for the last year+ but I just happened to find it) someone has found that the AsRock Z390 Taichi motherboard has the HAP bit left somewhat exposed, and with a little modding they've been able to make a BIOS version with the HAP bit turned off, essentially disabling (not deleting) Intel ME. In other words your motherboard will now look basically just like the ones the US government itself buys: Intel HAP bit disabled thus Intel Management Engine disabled.
All you need to do to get it to work is to follow the instructions to update the BIOS on the Z390 Taichi board, and you will have significantly reduced the chances of the Intel ME backdoor being an issue for you. The process is very n00b friendly (unlike ME_cleaner), and the mobo and chips are getting pretty wallet-friendly too. To further remove the chances of ME being an issue, use a NIC and/or Wifi card with a chipset NOT built by Intel. The combination of the two should get the chances of the ME backdoor being a problem down to near zero.
So now using this specific motherboard + BIOS combo we can have up to Intel 9000 series chips Intel ME-free (or at least disabled). If you do choose to do this, I'd also suggest getting an Intel chip without hyperthreading (or at least disable it).
If you have questions please contact the OP of the above linked thread, I'm just a n00b who is glad to be able to increase privacy on a relatively modern system.
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UEFI bios setup utility ASRock H81 BTC part 1 - YouTube Asrock H110 Pro BTC+ 13 GPU Mining Motherboard ... asrock 970 extreme4 bitcoin mining 13 GPU Motherboard By ASRock H110 Review and Setup - YouTube How to Build a 13 GPU Mining Rig With 7 1080 Ti & 6 Rx 580 on a ASRock H110 Pro BTC Zcash Ethereum

AsRock is well known for manufacturing some of the most popular mining motherboards. Back in the day, they have started the trend of mining mobos by releasing the AsRock H81 PRO BTC. AsRock X370 Pro BTC+ – Reviewing their Newest Mining Motherboard The new motherboard is called Asrock H110 Pro BTC+ and is soon-to-be-launched (no exact launch date given yet)… it even has an M.2 slot onboard, though 14th card via M.2 to PCIe might be a bit too much to expect to work, but who knows. Other than the new chipset and the staggering 13 PCIe slots, the new motherboard seems to follow the design of the previous generation of Pro BTC boards ... Asrock M8 Barebones System by BMW Designs; Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 Socket 1155 Motherboard – Ready For Serious Gaming w/ Windows 8 Support; Asrock 970 Extreme3 R2.0 Motherboard – Now with Two Rear USB3.0 Ports and a Front USB3.0 Header; Asrock G41M-VS3 R2.0 Socket 775 Motherboard; Asrock H81 Pro BTC (Bitcoin Mining) Motherboard – Socket 1150 ... The AsRock H110 BTC+ may not be the best motherboard for mining if you’re a beginner, but if you’re looking for a more advanced platform – you can’t go wrong with the AsRock H110 Pro BTC+. - ASRock U-COP - Boot Failure Guard (B.F.G.) - Good Night LED. Support CD - Drivers, Utilities, AntiVirus Software (Trial Version), Google Chrome Browser and Toolbar, Start8 (30 days trial) Accessories - Quick Installation Guide, Support CD, I/O Shield - 2 x SATA Data Cables. Hardware Monitor - CPU, Chassis temperature sensing - CPU, Chassis, Power Fan Tachometer - CPU Quiet Fan (Auto adjust ...

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