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[FS][US] Koolance waterkooling odds and ends package

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  1. Sasqui

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    Submitted for your approval, a bunch of Koolance parts carefully removed from an original PC2 case. They served me well for over 6 years.

    I want to know this is going to a good home. $20 shipped anywhere in US via a USPS Priority flat rate box. Will consider overseas, but need to caculate shipping over the US rate.

    Paypal preferred, will consider other options since it's so cheap :)

    I'd prefer not to split this up, but anything is possible.

    Here's what you'll get:

    • PC2 Aluminim Radiator, 1/4" barbs. Perfect condition, no leaks, only a few fins pocks. The black marks are foam padding remains. Will take (2) x 120mm fans. Originally had (3) X 80mm fans.
    • CPU-200 Watercooling Block, 1/4" barbs. Gold plated, original diamond grid fins. Excellent condition, no cracks or stress marks.
    • A Socket 478 to 775 Adaptor (or vise versa) Allows a 775 board to accept a 478 heatink - so you can use the CPU-200 on either.
    • A Shim, to fit the CPU block to some 775 motherboards with higher capacitors
    • Fittings, 1/4" Colder quick discouplers, misc fittings, clamps and about 3 ft of high quality hose.
    • GPU-180 Video block + two hole bracket. Rated at 180w and bracket meant for two-hole video card mounts.

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    No moving parts, all good so will entertain returns only for special circumstances.
     
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    $25 for all of that ? i cant believe no one has pm'd about this yet, even though its 1/4 inch tubing its still an incredibly awesome steal at that price
     
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    Yea I'm surprised too, got a few PMs asking questions about the blocks

    The only thing missing is a pump. Hopefully someone wants to tinker with it... I would, but have too many other things going on.

    Dropping price to $20 shipped.
     
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    shipped worldwide??
    payment method???

    that's a steal..
     
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    damn if only you were local, free bump!
     
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    If this would fit in my NZXT M59 i would jump on it but sadly it wont :( GOOD PRICE!!! BUMP!
     
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    i wish i knew if it would fit my gpu!!!
     
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    it dont say it fits a 9600 gso
     
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    If no one ahead of me takes it, I'll take it.
     
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    It's made for a 2-hole heatsink, but I'm sure it'll work with 4. The posts are adjustable. the last card I had it on was an ATI 9800.

    If you want to measure the diagonal spacing of the holes I can check.
     
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    I'm like on the very edge of going for it. Lmao. I have to get my bearings. Do you accept MO?

    Arrgh! >.<
     
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    @ $20, just mail me some cash. If I don't get it I won't hunt you down.
     
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    Alrighty, PM! :D
     
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    So, did you sell this stuff?
     
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    I sent payment. :p
     
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    I'm a day behind... will be in the mail tomorrow!!!
     
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