what's sad is that I actually want a 290 for gaming and you're buying up all of the stock on this garbage. I really hope you all get screwed over in this bitcoin/litecoin thing. This is a gaming forum... why are we not flaming the **** out of these people?
if you have the money, and effort then more power to you. you shouldn't even complain if you didn't get it before it sold out. at least borrow money from your friends and buy quickly but you didn't put so much effort into it. --- American products is good go buy them.
Well, it is screwing up with the card prices (if available at all).
Anyways, on the topic, it really depends whether you think the litecoins will continue to be worth real money in the future, the value of litecoins won't decline, and whether you can mine them fast enough to make back the investment. The difficulty will surely be bumped up, too, so you'll be mining less and less coins as time goes on.
I don't think you can min $2000 or so worth of litecoin (accounting for electric bill and whatnot) to make back the initial investment, but who knows. Each day that passes by, less and less that odds are going to be. --- Copyright free literature available at http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page... otherwise known as Tex-Mex
Well if nothing else, if you build the quad R290 machine you will have a super heater to heat your room. Heck you may even have a heck of a fireplace with that setup. --- Asus i7-3610QM @ 2.3Ghz, 16gig ram, Nvidia 660m 2Gb, 1Tb hdd @ 7200rpm
I pay my own electric tho, so it's not worth it to run that much? Last I heard, you practically need FPGAs or ASICs to get a good enough yield from mining. --- "debates are contests of rhetoric, not argumentative rigor." -DragooneerZero