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[FS] Mountain Mods U2-UFO (Brushed Aluminum) - EVGA 750i FTW SLI

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  1. SystemViper

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    Hi, I am selling a
    Mountain Mods U2-UFO (Brushed Aluminum) - Original Top Case

    Da MM case

    The case is in good shape and is a great case for the water cooling fan.
    Loads of space and just a great all around case!

    Price: $200.00 Plus Shipping, I am in CT.

    Specifications:
    Material - Aluminum 5052
    Thickness - 1.65mm-3.25mm
    Dimensions - 18x18x18 inches
    Finish - Powder Coat
    Power Supplies - Holds up to 2
    HD Bay - 2 sets of 120mm HD brackets - Holds 6 out of box, up to 18!!
    5.25 Bay - Removable
    5.25 Devices - Holds 5
    MB Tray - Removable
    Form Factors - mATX/ATX/EATX (EATX choose the optional MB Tray)
    Fan Mounts - 9-120mm
    Empty Weight - 15 lbs


    ALSO:

    I am selling a:
    EVGA LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i FTW SLI

    Da Motherboard

    I have used this board for the last 3 months, But I am going over to ATI for a while...

    Price: $130 Delivered. Guaranteed not to be DOA.

    Specifications

    Form Factor: ATX
    Processor Interface: Socket 775
    Processors Supported: Intel Pentium EE
    Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Core 2 Extreme, Intel Core 2 Quad, Intel Pentium LGA775
    Front Side Bus: 1066MHz
    1333MHz+
    Northbridge: NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI
    Number of Slots: 4
    Number of Pins: 240-Pin
    Maximum Memory Supported: 8GB - 64bit
    Memory Supported: 533MHz DDR2
    Dual Channel Supported
    667MHz DDR2
    800MHz DDR2
    1066MHz DDR2
    Channels: 7.1 Channels
    Audio Chipset: Azalia Audio CODEC
    Supported Devices: 2
    Hard Drive Types: ATA/133
    USB Version: 2.0
    USB Data Transfer Rates: 480Mbps
    LAN Type: 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit
    Port Type: RJ-45
    PCI Slots: 3
    PCI Express X1 Slots: 1
    PCI Express X16 Slots: 2 - (PCIe 2.0)
    PS/2 Keyboard Connectors: 1
    PS/2 Mouse Connectors: 1
    USB Ports: 8
    FireWire Ports: 1 - 1394a
    LAN Ports: 1
    Audio Out Jacks: 2
    Line In Jacks: 1
    Microphone Jacks: 1
    Center Audio Jacks: 1
    Subwoofer Audio Out Jacks: 1
    IDE Headers: 1
    FDD Headers: 1
    Serial ATA Headers: 4
    ATX Power Connectors: 1 24-Pin Connector
    PC Power Connectors: 1 - 8 Pin
    S/PDIF Connectors: 1 - Optical
    Length: 12.000 in. (30.48 cm)
    Width: 9.600 in. (24.5 cm)


    Paypal payment only.
    No E-checks
    Heat in Sig, plus Ebay and
    Overclockers Trader Rating All Positive 100%
     

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    Bump for an awesome motherboard.
     
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    Hi, Yea the 750i FTW is a great board.

    thanks
     
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    what spacing are the fans? BIX/swiftech or thermochill
     
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    they are thermochill, but all you have to do is hook up one fan to the rad and mount it to the case and it holds the rad in place fine. I have a duality with thermochill sizing and i am running 2 swiftech rads no problem.

    best regards
    steve
     
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    questions/comments should be directed via PM.

    1 seller bump per 24h

    nice component's/price's

    :toast:
     
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    Like Inteligent said. Do not bump a thread more than once in a twenty-four hour period. This pertains to the thread creator as well as other people who just want to "bump for the fun of it". This is a general forum wide rule that applies to all sub-forums. Yes, often people get away with it, but that does not mean it is okay to do.

    However, questions about the item should be asked in the thread so that everyone can see the response and have access to the new information. Only price negotiations are supposed to be handled via PM.
     
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    great stuff here!
     
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    sweet deal
     

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