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[FS][EU] Water Cooling Bits and Bobs

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by the54thvoid, Oct 17, 2012.

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    Hey all,

    I've recently finished my PC entirely and have left over bits and bobs from all my not so successful attempts. Rather than hoard them, I thought I should sell them. Can sell to EU but postage won't make it cost effective at the buyers end. UK bidders have most to gain.

    So, in no particular order (with retail price given to show sale value).

    EK Coolstream XTX 120.1 Radiator x2
    each with 4 screws for standard fan attachment and two blanking plugs. One has been in use for about two weeks.
    Retail £80


    Bitspower Single Bay Reservoir (1 Fillport and 5 inlet/outlets)
    Top fillport, 1 led blanking plug (no LED), 2 standard blanking plugs.
    Retail £35-40?

    Bitspower Z-Multi 40mm Reservoir (red)
    with nuts & bolts for attaching to whatever, brackets, 1 shiny silver blanking plug and 1 led blanking plug (no led). Has been in use for about two weeks.
    Retail £30

    Bitspower 1/4" thread Stubby Barbs (black) for 1/2 inch or 7/16 tubing x5
    Retail £18


    Bitspower 10mm 1/4" thread Male to Female anti-twist adapter x2
    Retail £15


    Koolance hose clamps (will fit tubing with 16mm OD). x4
    Retail £5


    Phobya Quick Disconnect (Male and Female parts) 1/4" thread with barb fitting (1/2").
    Never been used

    Retail £12

    So it all cost me £190-£200


    If nobody wants the lot I'll take offers on:

    Reservoirs are all thats left

    Each Rad £25 (plus postage)
    BP Bay Reservoir £20 (plus postage)
    BP Tube Reservoir £20 (plus postage)
    Bitspower Fittings and Koolance clamps - as a group £20 (free postage in UK)
    Phobya Quick Disconnect £8 (free postage in UK).


    PAYPAL only please. (despite the fact i hate it).

    Sorry for no ID on 2nd pic but i forgot i had that lying around. You'll recognise my sofa in the background and my done in Ikea Lack table. (Plus the box and fittings from first pic).

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    Bump, my bump my lovely lady lumps.
     
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    Bump. I'm in no rush. :)
     
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    Passive Bump.
     
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    Hmm.. ebay?
     
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    Bump. Maybe I should just build a water feature and sell it for £300 in a poxy craft shop.
     
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    Some nice kit, shame I don't need any of it, GLWS mate!
     
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    Forgot to bump myself..... As you see, not desperate :laugh:
     
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    That quick disconnect, it comes with barb fittings on both ends? Any way I can buy it with compression fittings? I will obviously pay extra. Will you ship to Australia because it is such a small item? And, can these quick disconnects be used for draining a system? By just jamming a something into it so it opens?
     
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    bump for you :toast:
     
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    Sold rads and fittings. :)

    Only the two reservoirs left.
     
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