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[FS] R-T-B's house of cheap Swiftech Parts...

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  1. R-T-B

    R-T-B

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    There actually isn't that much...

    This is all that remains of "Chernobyl," my i7 GTX 480 system that ran for a very long time, until a bad hose clamp resulted in a hose leaking and most of the system dying. As you can imagine, I'm getting out of water cooling. It's not a bad idea, but too high maintenance for my blood.

    Prices (Intentionally low for a fast move, no returns, parts should work but are status unknown, model unknown, and pretty much nothing known because I lost my order form. They are swiftech circa 2009ish)

    I think these are 3/4" barbs. The CPU heatsink is for socket LGA1366.

    $35 $25 for the CPU heatsink (I think it's a GTZ, no backplate).

    $30 for the pump Sold!

    $30 for the radiator, I think it's for 120mm fans Sold!

    $10 for the reservoir.

    All free shipping CONUS.

    I sold everything else in my system but what you see here. Here are the photos:

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    Thanks! Heatware under R-T-B, ebay under bcomputerconsultingsales.

    -Ray
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Yep, that is a Apogee GTZ! Excellent blocks. :toast:

    Does the pump have the little red dial on the back for variable speed adjustment?
     
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    No, it's the non-variable model.
     
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    TPU has free pic hosting:rockout:. I have a 20MB down/4mb up connection and it took 20 sec for this page to load. Please consider this next time.

    :toast:
     
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    Yep, at least that long for me as well!

    Must be using Imageshack. :eek:
     
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    I used to know how to use the free hosting, I'll figure it out now and reupload. Applogies, those are hosted from home, hence the lag.

    EDIT: Done.
     
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    Sucks to be you:laugh: :p

    Good stuff, OP, but I just don't see myself doing water :ohwell:
     
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    YGPM about the Radiator...
     
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    Hey, FYI - payments for discussed items have been sent. Please check your PM.
    Thanks
     
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    Solara2xb did indeed just buy the Radiator and Pump.
     
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    Price slash for Presidents day on the GTZ Heatsink.
     
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    A tiny bump.
     
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    Wanted to add, that if someone purchases the Apogee GTZ from you and is in need of an AMD mount I have one that is brand new for that puppy.

    I would grab this my self but really don't need another CPU block.

    And a bump :)
     
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    I'll throw the reservoir in for free if someone buys the CPU block, today only. :)
     
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    Great deal!!!

    Do you have the mounting brackets for the reservoir?
     
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    Unfortunately, I believe they were lost long ago. I made a custom solution on my case and I doubt it would be of any use to anyone.
     
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