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  1. stinger608

    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Bunch More Water Cooling Gear!

    Tubing

    Both these coils of tubing are about 6 to 8 feet long. Unused but the one coil kind of has an odd tint to it. Not even sure why.

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    Price: $12 each or $20 for Both Shipped via USPS Priority

    CPU Block #1

    First block is a Swiftech with multimounting bracket. Think this is mainly used for different AMD systems. Pretty sure the Intel brackets are still available through Swiftech as they have a good archive of parts. Includes the two 1/2 barbs currently on the block

    Second block I have no idea what brand it is. LOL. I do know, as can be seen in the pictures, it is brand new unused as it still has the plastic over the bottom. It seems to have a Intel socket 775 hold down bracket with it. Includes the two 1/4 x 3/8 compression fittings that are in the picture. If the 775 bracket is taken off it has the AMD mounting holes in the acrylic top.

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    Price: $20 Each Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    CPU Block #2

    This is a Danger Den Maze 4 CPU block, again with AMD holding bracket. It will fit most of the newer AMD systems such as AM2/2+ and AM3. Should work fine on S939 systems as well.
    As can be seen in the second picture, the bottom of the block is tarnished heavily. This should clean up without an issue using rubbing
    alcohol and/or lapping.

    Includes the two 1/2 barbs
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    Price: $15 Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    CPU Block #3

    Here is another Danger Den Maze 4 CPU block. However, this block has a bracket on it that is only made for AMD's socket 939, 940, and 754. This block is in very pristine condition and looks almost new.

    Includes the two 1/2 barbs

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    Price: $25 Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    CPU Block #4

    This is an AquaXtreme CPU water block Has the black actel top that is made for multiple AMD mounting.
    Like the first DD block, it has some tarnishing on the bottom.

    Includes the two 1/2 barbs

    [​IMG]

    Price: $15 Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    Chipset Block

    This is an Aqua Computer chipset water block. Have no idea what motherboard it fits. Maybe a person could do a cool mod with this block.

    Includes two 3/8 OD push lock fittings

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    Price: $10 Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    Manifolds?

    I honestly have no earthly clue what the hell these are LOL. They appear to be a cooling unit of some sort as they are made out of pretty heavy duty aluminum and are anodized blue.
    They are about 6" long x 1 1/4" wide x 1" thick and probably weigh in close to a pound each.

    They are very cool looking, what ever they are. They are built
    opposite of each other, so I have to assume they are something specific.
    They include one very thin wall 3/8 compression fitting on the one end and a 3/8 barb on the other end.

    [​IMG]

    Price: $20 Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority

    Plastic "Y's"

    These are just some white plastic 1/2" "Y" connectors. There is a straight "T" and a straight connector as well. All are 1/2" barb type.



    Price: Shipping! Call it $5 SOLD!!! for small Priority Flat Rate.
    Barbs and ETC...

    Here we have 4 brass 1/2" "90" fittings, 3 straight 1/2" steel barbs, 1 steel 1/2" "90", 4 plastic 1/2" straight, and 1 fill port 1/2"



    Price: $20 SOLD!!! Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority
    Clamps!

    Here is a boat load of reusable plastic clamps. There is all different sizes. I think they range from 1/4" up to 3/4". If I had to guess I would say probably about 50 are in the pile. Not going to separate these or get an exact count LOL.



    Price: $15 SOLD!!! Shipped and Insured via USPS Priority
    Water Pump

    This is a FluidXP+ Magnum pump. Really can't find any information regarding this pump. I know that the company, FluidXP, made the very first non conductive cooling fluid for PC's.

    I plugged the pump in and it spins up just fine. Plugs into a regular fan header on motherboards.

    Has no mounting hardware or no barbs.

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    Sold Items:

    Corsair Dominator Ram

    120mm Radiator

    Plastic "Y's"

    Barbs and ETC...

    Both WD 300 gig Velociraptors

    Xeon L5639

    Innovatek Wasser-Marsch Eheim

    240mm Radiator

    1/2" x 5/8" tubing

    Swiftech Micro Res

     
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    Man oh man that combo. You tempt me, good sir. What was your WCG PPD on it?
     
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  3. stinger608

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    I don't think I ever really checked to be honest. I am pretty sure, from research, it would run about 5K PPD

    Also keep in mind that I will honor a 10% discount to all Cruncher's and Folder's. :clap:
     
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    Pm me with info on barbs when your ready.
     
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    Curious on the WC parts, too.
     
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    I'll try and get them all sorted, pictures, and sizes up today guys. :peace:
     
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    removed coming soon items for obvious reasons!
     
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    Dang, I knew that Sneeky. :laugh: What was I thinking? :p
     
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    Please note, Dominator Ram has been sold and removed from the original post.
     
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    Bump for the man! :toast:
     
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    Thanks brother!!!

    Added a ton more water cooling parts!
     
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    looking for trades?
     
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    Ya know me Brandon, always up for ideas :p

    Shoot me a PM with what your thinking bro. :peace:
     
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    Please note: Innovatek pump, 240mm radiator, Swiftech Micro res, and 1/2 x 5/8 is all pending payment!
     
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    Please note, the following items have been sold!

    120mm Radiator

    Plastic "Y's"

    Barbs and ETC...

    Both WD 300 gig Velociraptors

    Asus P6T Motherboard
     
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    $100 today for the Intel Xeon L5639 hex core chip!!!
     
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    ttt, the Xeon is still $100 shipped and insured!
     
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    Bump and dropped the price on the Xeon to $95 shipped and insured!
     
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    There is no Xeon L5639 as far as Intel is concerned, do you mean L5638?
     
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    Didn't really have a picture of the chip itself. Was currently under use behind the water block shown in the first picture.
     
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    Lol yea buddy I know you can use google. Just playing with ya. Illdig through the Intel archives in a little bit. I'll see what I can find for you.
     
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    This is a OEM CPU (vendor spec) chips like this have existed but are usually made for a manufacturer for a reason and they usually order thousands of them. These chips never hit retail channels so they are never listed because they are not a "production chip"
     
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    That sounds correct Solaris.

    Also note that I dropped the price to $90 shipped and insured for the Xeon!
     
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