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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by HighEndToys, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. HighEndToys

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    CPU, GPU, Chipset coolers and CM CSX auto paint

    I dig the Prefix before posting, that is cool too.

    98% of these are in the retail box, used for an hour or two and have everything (including a little bit of AS5 on the bottom) from a new retail unit.

    I will note if that is not the case as I go throught them or allow you to pay for them. Please read the notes that may be listed under the listing.

    For refs just look at my other thread and talk to those chaps. HERE

    I tried to find a price online for everything, if I did it will be listed, the HERE price is what I am asking. Please don't send me 5 PMs haggling over a price, I think these are fair but if you feel the need to shoot an offer over that is cool (but not several, going up a Dollar). I am not intrested in any trades other than gift certs for Craigslist hookers.

    I will be adding other stuff as the weekend goes on.

    SHIPPING: Conti US for most items is a flat 5, the liquid cooler is 12. This will be a label attached to the packaging and sent USPS slow. If you want it quicker let me know and I can get a quote or something. Actually it would be more like 7 dollars instead of 5.

    CPU Cooler

    ZEROtherm NV120 Premium
    Newegg: 50
    Here: 35
    *Will have a different set of screws but they do not take away from performance. I will look for the originals just so you have them. The only thing different with this set is they have a different head on them*

    Thermaltake DuOrb (sold)
    Pricegrabber: 59.99
    Here: 35

    Thermaltake ProWater 850i Liquid Cooler
    eTech4sale: 121.03
    Here: 70
    *get your water on for cheap, performs fairly well*

    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP
    Unavailable:0.00
    Here: 20
    *Great SFF or HTPC cooler*

    Thermaltake MaxOrb (In MaxOrb EX Box) (sold)
    Pricegrabber: 49.99
    Here: 30
    *Comes in a Thermaltake MaxOrb EX box*

    Noctua NH-C12P (sold)
    AcousticPC.com: 67.95
    Here: 45
    *There might be a better cooler on the market, but I have yet to test it*

    APACK ZEROtherm ZEN FZ 120 Pending (sold)
    TigerDirect.com: 49.99
    Here: 35
    *Kick ass cooler that will surprise you for the cost*

    Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer (sold)
    Unavailable: 0.00
    Here: 40

    ThermoLab Nano Silencer
    Unavailable: 0.00
    Here: 15
    *OEM Replacement, good for building someone else a system with an OEM proc*

    ThermoLab Micro Silencer
    Unavailable: 0.00
    Here: 15
    *OEM Replacement, good for building someone else a system with an OEM proc*

    Nexus XiR-3500 Copper
    SilentPCShop.com: € 55.00
    Here: 30
    *Really good quiet cooler, good performance*

    Nexus XiR-2300 Aluminum
    SilentPCShop.com: € 44.50
    Here: 30
    *Really good quiet cooler, good performance*

    GIGABYTE G-Power 2 Pro (sold)
    Microcenter.com: 69.99
    Here: 35

    Cooler Master Sphere
    Sundialmicro.com: 38.99
    Here: 25
    *IF Design Winner, nice looking, small, great for a window case*

    Cooler Master Hyper TX2
    Microcenter.com: 32.99
    Here: 20
    *Decent temps and noise levels, hard to beat for the money*

    Auras TwinW (SMF-660)
    Unavailable: 0.00
    Here: 15
    *OEM replacement, good for building someone a system with an OEM chip*

    Cooler Master Hyper 212 (sold)
    Sundialmicro.com: 34.99
    Here: 15

    ASUS Triton 75 (Passive Cooler)
    Newegg: 43.99
    Here: 25
    *Pair this with a 120mm quiet fan like those from stopthenoise.com and you will have a GREAT HTPC cooler that can take an overclock*

    ASUS Silent Knight II
    Newegg: 59.99
    Here: 35
    *Good performance at a great price*

    SilenX iXtrema IXC-120HA2
    Here: 35
    *Core Contact Cooler like the Sunbeamtech, low noise, low temps*


    Chipset Cooler

    Coolink ChipChilla Chipset Cooler
    Here: 15
    *I am missing the back paper from the package, I will have to look and see if I have it. This is a package issue and will not effect performance*


    GPU Cooler
    Gigabyte V-Power (sold)
    Here: 15

    Thermaltake DuOrb (sold)
    Pricegrabber: 34.99
    Here: 20

    Thermaltake TMG ND5
    Here: 15
    http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?C=1153&ID=1584#Tab0
    Specs

    Compatibility nVIDIA 8800 GTS/GTX(SLI)
    Dimension 179.8(L)x122.3(W)x34.1(H)mm
    Heatsink Material Aluminum Fin / Copper Base
    Heatpipe 6 mm x 4
    Fan Dimension 80 x 25 mm
    Fan Speed 1650 RPM
    Noise Level 16 dBA
    Max. Air Flow
    Rated Voltage
    MTBF 50000 Hours
    Power Connector 4-pin
    Weight 365 g


    Coolink GFXChilla (sold)
    Here: 15


    UBER Items

    Super Talent 60GB SSD SATA II
    HERE: 350.00

    Retail box, all of the goodies. Decent read and write speeds.
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2008
  2. Castiel

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    Put up some pics and your nickname on a peace of paper in the photo.( to make shure there yours that your selling.)
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    Good idea, I will do that. I have to wait till morning so I can get some decent light. Not too long ago I converted everything over to the spiral lights that say they put out as much light...they don't.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Good to see another wicked sale like this again, bump for an Excelent seller!!!!

    Gift certificates for hookers....looks like my Christmas shopping is done already!
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    ygpm 1 of 2 choices of GPU coolers :)
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    Ygpm. Of course I would prefer the GFX Chilla. :)
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Ygpm!
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    I win! :)
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    Updating with a Cooler Master Cosmos CSX hand painted case.
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    Ahhhh. :ohwell:
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    luck of the draw this time my friend, we all have our days, (I didn't have an entirely good one but at least I can sleep with a small victory today :) )
  12. HighEndToys

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    Leaving to ship the early buyers items.

    Maybe not, it seems they changed their hours again! Items will go out on Monday.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Bump for good prices on a ton of coolers!
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    I read the SunbeamTech is the new aircooling champ on frostytech.....Nice price there.

    Take any trades?
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    from the fine print of the OP...

    "I am not intrested in any trades other than gift certs for Craigslist hookers. "
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    But I have hookers!:laugh:

    .....or I can't read.:banghead:

    My bet's on number 2, due to my wife shooting me if #1 were true.:ohwell:
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    Interested in the thermaltake 850 system, what does it include?
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    Damn, I needed to add an * to that one too.

    Everything is included. The * is for some of the tubing being cut. 99% of the people will find that the cut tubing will fit their needs well. I think like 3 or 4 pieces ranging from 12-14 inches and one long piece. The original liquid stuff is included also.
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    t_ski Former Staff

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    I'd love to see some pics. By the looks of the list, I'd say you reviewed for some site. ;)
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    ;)

    I didn't get a chance to take pics of everything as singles and my wife made me move it all to the guest house before we took off to visit my parents so now I have a real mess. Here is a pics of the stuff listed.



    Also you guys, there are a lot of really good CPU coolers left, some are the best of the best and most are within a couple of degrees of them when it comes to performance.
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    Where'd you get a Thermaltake MaxOrb Ex? Ive been keeping my eye out for one and apparently they arent being sold yet?
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    Thermaltake....if you want it I would let it got for 40. I will just swap the aluminum one with the copper one. I have the copper EX on a board right now but can easily switch them.
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    How long have you had it?

    Ill keep you posted.
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    I tested it May 29th, then it sat in the box. I started using it two weeks ago in a new system that tests hard drives. Since I am finishing up a new hard drive test, I would say it has about 10 hours on it.
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    Yhpm.

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