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[FS] [UK] MoonPig's Sale - Part Deux

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by MoonPig, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. MoonPig

    MoonPig

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    Hey,

    I need some money and i have spare things, which means SALE. Here's what i have:

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    EK HD4870 Full-Cover Block - Acetal - Comes with 2 1/2 EK barbs and EK Stopping Barbs - Great Condition - £35

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    Thermaltake Soprano Case Fan - £2

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    All items include postage (1st Class Royal Mail). I'll only post to the UK, unless you pay the difference. I may be willing to go lower on prices, make me offers.

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    Heatware: http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=66576

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    Previously Sold Items:

     
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    How long you had the 8600GT in use for?

    Also you got any idea about postage costs?
     
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    how many activations does the home basic have left then?
     
  4. MoonPig

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    @ mc-dexter, 8600GT has been used to see if it works. Postage is included.

    @ whitelotus, I think i've installed it twice. But their unlimited aren't they?
     
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    is the 8600 silent under load?
     
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    I'll have that 8600 MoonPig i'll PM you shortly! :D
     
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    @ Odin Eidolon, i never really can't tell you. When i did use it, the computer was loud with 4x120mm fans, haha.

    @ mc-dexter, looking forward to it.
     
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    8600GT and Vista sold.

    Lowered E2160 to £40
     
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    bump.

    The E2160 would make a nice folding computer ;)
     
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    I've got a Visiontek 4870 that sounds like the fan is going bad... how difficult to figure the shipping cost for the Sapphire heatsink to the US?

    And a free bump ;)
     
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    Hmmm... That ones difficult. Alone it weights like 1.2kg - meaning £15 postage.

    But without the copper (so just the fan and plastic), it's more like £6

    Also, Lowered the E2160 to £35
     
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    Hmmm... my other alternative is putting it under water, or an RMA. Not sure what to do.
     
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    RMA mate, if you can. It's stupidly expensive for UK to ship to US.

    However, my 4870 is on a EK Waterblock, and it does look good.
     
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    received vista yesterday - bump

    ps

    added heat review.
     
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    If you do want to sell your 4870 + EK Block + Heatsink I'd be interested if I'm unsuccessful with kyle2020's GTX!
     
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    Well, i'm swapping my 4870 with Kyle for his GTX260.

    So i'll have a EK Block spare. You want that? I'll sell it for £40. It comes with 2 1/2 EK barbs.
     
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    Thanks for the offer but .... just got an EVGA GTX 280 Superclocked Edition with block and heatsink!
     
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    bump/lowered 4870 block to £35.

    Come on, it's a steal at that price. Even if you don't own a 4870, it'd buy it! lol.
     
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    Bumpyyyyyy
     
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    that block should work on the 4890 you should check because if you can it would sell quick

    I know the kollance vid 487 works on 4870 and 4890
     
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    Well, the cards look relatively the same, so yeah, maybe.

    I'll have to check
     
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