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[FT] Wanting I7 water cooling. q6600 650i 24" mtr more

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by mrsemi, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. mrsemi

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    I'd like a good water cooling unit for I7. I'd be interested in any exceptional cases for this purpose as well. This stuff is all in my 2nd rig in my avatar.

    If you have a deal for sale, not interested in trade let me know as well.

    I have the following for trade.

    1. Lapped q6600, I don't know the stepping but it's not the most recent. I think b1?

    2. acer al2416W 24" monitor. No cable.

    3. Raptor 80 Gig HD

    4. 8800gts 512 version

    5. 4 gig gskill pc2 8000

    6. Thermalright Ultra 90 with lga 775 bracket

    7. PC power & cooling 750 quad

    8. Rosewill 550 watt psu

    9. Dreamer II case.


    I am considering selling the whole unit locally fyi, just entertaining offers.

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  2. Duxx Guest

    You can check the stepping by downloading CPU-z. The more details the merrier!

    What is the model # on the Raptor? Interested in selling it?
     
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    Per forum rules, you MUST post pictures when you start a FS thread. I'll give you 30 minutes to get pictures up, or the thread will be closed.
     
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    No worries Paulie, it's not disassembled, lock her up. Crunching with it now.

    Actually, I'll go take a picture of the raptor which is outside of the case with a shot of the inside of the case with these components. If it's not good enough go ahead & lock it.
     
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