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New Botting Rig

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New botting rig. Cost me around $450 for 32GB Ram, the CPUs, motherboard and the cooling. I re-purposed my power supply, hard drives and my case.

41 TRiBot clients, 40 bots running and a mule account. I'm not using no paint delay and still only 25-32% cpu usage. I'm happy with my setup! <3 TRiBot f2p botting paid for it. I use virtual desktops to make it easier to keep track of all my bots. This is why you don't see all 41 TRiBot tabs in task bar.

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Just now, godspower33 said:

Oak logs are super cheap atm, f2p botting is really low gp/hr :P Well there are other methods as well though.

Yeah but when it takes no effort to bot it, then idc. All f2p methods are low gp/hr but it doesn't bother me. Maintaining my bots isn't hard. Automatic mule over, questing etc is all done by my script. Use ahk to add accounts to client starter etc. Takes me like 10mins to setup 40 accts.

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1 minute ago, TheShadowLord said:

how is ur cpu so low and memory ????  i got a asus gaming laptop g752 win 10  geforce 965m icore7 i7-6700HQ cpu @ 2.60Ghz   ram 12 GB sys 64x

 

 and just one running is this...

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Well, I'm not using a laptop for one. For two, I've got 16 cores, 32 threads.

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3 hours ago, TheShadowLord said:

how is ur cpu so low and memory ????  i got a asus gaming laptop g752 win 10  geforce 965m icore7 i7-6700HQ cpu @ 2.60Ghz   ram 12 GB sys 64x

 

 and just one running is this...

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the skylake i7's perform very well do to the strength of their single cores. Though the i7 has hyperthreading abilities, it is no where compareable to the multitasking ability of a cpu with 8 logical cores and 16 virtual cores. That's why for gaming, since it mostly relies on single core processing the i7 would reign supreme, but in strenuous computations and multitasking such as running 41 bots the xeon series would win in a land slide. 

 

this is very impressive though.. nice job! wish you the best of luck

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7 hours ago, Duhstin said:

Yeah but when it takes no effort to bot it, then idc. All f2p methods are low gp/hr but it doesn't bother me. Maintaining my bots isn't hard. Automatic mule over, questing etc is all done by my script. Use ahk to add accounts to client starter etc. Takes me like 10mins to setup 40 accts.

what about ip / account creation? tut island everything..i mean, can you automate everything from account creation? If so, how? I mean, u need to have somekind of multi script or smth that does everything? I can imagine muling isn't hard sinc your 40 bots farm probably same thing?

And what about falgged ip, its obvious that your ip is flagged sameday you start those 40 bots..and buying proxys for f2p? No way...

F2p huge farms allways looked intresting to me....not good money -  no accounts with progress done, but no risk too.

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8 minutes ago, Cognizant said:

Have you factored power costs? 

 

My electric is about $80-$90 a month before building this. That was with 4 PCs running, and 2 window AC units 24/7 and of course everything else we use. I've sold two of those PCs since they was used for botting as this one can handle more. I'm running a 450w gold psu (no gpu) that I kept from one of the other PCs. So my electric should actually go down a few dollars, though I could careless if it actually went up. The bots pay for them self.

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@Duhstin

Are you able to PM me the full specs of your rig please? Also any info on the best place to purchase parts. 

I'm looking to build a dual 2670 system, running into complications with motherboards though. There really doesn't seem to be many compatible dual chip boards around. I'm in the UK fyi.

Thanks.

edit* I will also repurpose some parts such as psu, gpu (if it's compatible with mb). 

 

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On 9/7/2016 at 4:04 PM, Duhstin said:

 

My electric is about $80-$90 a month before building this. That was with 4 PCs running, and 2 window AC units 24/7 and of course everything else we use. I've sold two of those PCs since they was used for botting as this one can handle more. I'm running a 450w gold psu (no gpu) that I kept from one of the other PCs. So my electric should actually go down a few dollars, though I could careless if it actually went up. The bots pay for them self.

my electricity cost upto $400+ a month and thats for 2 bedroom apartnment :/ 

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On September 11, 2016 at 4:23 PM, Will said:

@Duhstin

Are you able to PM me the full specs of your rig please? Also any info on the best place to purchase parts. 

I'm looking to build a dual 2670 system, running into complications with motherboards though. There really doesn't seem to be many compatible dual chip boards around. I'm in the UK fyi.

Thanks.

edit* I will also repurpose some parts such as psu, gpu (if it's compatible with mb). 

 

@DuhstinI am building my own rig as well. Would you mind messaging me your specs please? 

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