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[FS] [UK] Mid/High End Gaming PC, Ipod Touch & PSP SL

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Xaser04, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. Xaser04

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    High end / Mid range PC components

    Hi all,

    I have no heavily edited this thread as alot of the items have been sold.

    Still available are: (as per the following picture)


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    Core 2 Duo E8400 - Full retail product. Unsure of stepping but did 3.6ghz on stock volts (this is as far as I attempted in the short while I had the processor) - £100 inc

    Jeantech Artic 600W PSU - Whilst relatively unknown this has been a fantastic PSU. It ran the previous setups I did have (8800GTX / 8800GTS 512mb / Heavily overclocked 8800GS / CF 4850) without a single hitch and has the added bonus of being completely modular. £35

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    Elixir PC8500 (DDR2 1066mhz) Memory - Ran at 1066mhz every since I bought it. I havn't tried overclocking it. £30 inc

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    Thermaltake Armour LCS VE2000 BWS - This is effectively a armour chassis with a built in water cooling setup. The watercooling setup comprises a front mounted 120mm radiator, 1/2 tubing, pump, resevoir and copper cpu block.
    It is simlr to this (albeit in black) - OCUK Armour link. I am selling this case as put quite simply it is massive, far too large for what I want. There is still a full bottle of coolant unopened so it will be good for a complete setup out of the box. I am asking £100 collected for this or £125 posted ( as it is VERY heavy). I would prefer a pickup due to the weight.

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    A couple pictures of my previous setup for scale / size

    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b306/oweneades/DSCF0782.jpg
    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b306/oweneades/DSCF0781.jpg
    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b306/oweneades/DSCF0780.jpg
    http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b306/oweneades/DSCF0779.jpg





    Now SOLD:

    8GB Ipod Touch
    Sony Playstation portable (Slim and light version) - White
    TRUE with Noctua FAN
    Asus P5Q-pro / Vista
    2 x HD4850





    Any questions please contact me.



    Cheers
     
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  2. paulo7 New Member

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    How can you prefer to play on a laptop???????????????????????????

    Good price though! Shame i dont live closer :-(
     
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  3. Xaser04

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    Well my laptop has a 1920x1200 17" display & a 8800mGTX so its like playing on a mobile desktop.
     
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    what about in 12 - 18mnths when the lappy may start to struggle? at least with the desktop u can upgrade parts when needed.

    nice price tho ,wish i wasnt quite so skint atm heh
     
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    Nice prices. Im tempted but im low on cash atm :p
     
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  7. Xaser04

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    Its technically upgradable as it is.

    TBH though I only expected it to last 2 years anyway and then I will replace it.

    It was such a good buy I couldn't resist.
     
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    yhpm about e8400
     
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    very nice price but i dont *think* many people are going to be interested as buying it as one on here since most ppl on this forum are enthusiasts who want to build there own rig. perhaps look to ebay???
    i could be wrong though
     
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    I agree with the above good machine so could quite possibly get a bidding war! Know what ppl on there are like think CRAZY might be too nice a word to describe them!
     
  11. Xaser04

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    HEavily updated the thread now. Lots of stuff still available.
     
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    damn i would have really liked that iPod touch. oh well.
     
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    Still available are the processor, PSU & the case.

    :)
     
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    Just an FYI. You can get the E8400 retail brand new for £107 including VAT and delivery.

    Nice stuff tho. Have a free bump in any case
     
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    Replied.

    Sorry I posted without checking updated pricing.
     
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    (you have got another PM that I sent to you yesterday)

    :D
     
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    okay want to ask about shipping i live in glasgow so its not that far
    its the psu im interested in since i need a new one check my thread out

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=67410

    i can go £35 depends on shipping

    Royal Mail is fine by me, i actually prefere it to couriers
     
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    Sgipping would probbaly be around £15 if its not Special delivery (Royal mail seem to have hiked the price on special lately).

    I can do the PSU for £35 that isn't a problem.

    Cheers
    Owen



    EDIT:

    Thermaltake Case, Ram & PSU still available
     
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    free bump
     
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    CPU arrived today, very happy customer!!!

    Free bump :toast:
     
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    another free bump :)
     

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