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[FS] Paulie's i7 920/Giga UD7 sell off

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Paulieg, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, I need to sell some hardware to pay for some some other hobby related merchandise. Seems as if the golfing bug has caught me again, and sacrificing one of my rigs is what I have to do for now. The wife will kill me otherwise. This is all premium stuff, and will ship in it's original packaging, except for the chip. Better pictures, and the rest of the components from this rig to be added tonight. Only trade I'm looking for is a solid laptop, capable of gaming. For well established members, I will set up a payment plan. Here's the goods:

    Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7. Best 1366 motherboard, period. I mean this sincerely. After more than a dozen 1366 boards, I can say this with confidence. Board was prepped with nail polish for extreme cooling, but you would NEVER know it. Comes in retail box with goodies. $239 shipped. That's $100 off the retail price.

    Core i7 920. Awesome chip. I've owned more than 20 920 chips, and this is one of the 3 best I've owned. It will easily do 4.5ghz on reasonable voltage, and it runs quite cool. $210 shipped.

    Geil Ultra 6GB DDR3 2133 sticks. These are kick ass sticks. I have them set at 1930mhz 8-8-8-20 on 1.64v. Serious speeds for 6GB. I think they are Elpida Hypers, but I've never taken the speaders off to check. I do know that it's rare to find 6GB sets this good. $169 shipped.

    Take the entire combo for $600!!

    The rest comes tonight, after I take some more pics...

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    Good deal Paul...Too bad I don't need it.....
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    part it out paulie
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Meh. What ends up happening is that I'm left with crap like tubing, or a couple extra fans I don't need. This is a killer deal, and I think someone will snag the whole thing. ;)
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    ill buy the cpu block and the fans !!! anyone else wanna buy some?
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    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU i had 165 in my account yesterday night and blew it i would have got this and put stuff on hold for a week. damn i need a new water loop. i was talking about how i wanted to get off air again last night but my blocks barbs dont like my tubes. :( GL Paul.
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    your damn right its killer im super pissed now barbs screws and 2 fans cost me $120 then 30 on a pump for $150 if this had been around a 2 weeks ago id have paid ya $200 for it and been done with it :mad: bad paulie for being to late to help me win the game :roll:

    my condolences solaris lol i think we both missed out on a good deal :roll: here have a beer on me to mutual bad luck :toast:



    LOL at the statement below me
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    thnx im raging so hard right now

    @paul you have the worst timing and i might just hate you now.
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    buy his stuff pls, not really liking u right now paul! muuust resist:banghead::banghead:
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    giving it some thought :D
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    bump maybe paulie has some 1156 cpu's he wants to sell?? if he does he should pm me :) if not bumpo anyway
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Could this loop carry a GPU (GF100) as well?
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    You'll get varying opinions on this, but yes, I think it could easily carry one gpu, no problem.
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    what is the temp on i7 ??? I am looking at i7 920@3.8 or above......
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, with my 920 at 4.0, my temps stay in the low 60's running LinX 100% with no air conditioning in my workshop. That's with temps constantly in the 90's here....In winter, temps are really good.
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    One last question as a weigh out some options- What value do you put on a Megahalems in trade? I'll take the answer in a PM. Thanks.
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    +1 to this, this loop is really good for any proc you put under it,i cant believe no one has picked this up.. My offer still stands paul!!:D
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    I so want this stuff but don't have the cash. I love my Mugen 2, but the damn thing for some reason is finicky and keeps shorting out my board on odd occasions. I even put some foam padding to stop the shorting and it still happens. Damn heavy too. GL Paul, I'd definitely would have loved to have this.
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    Damn I want this so bad.
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    Sold!!!
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