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[FS/FT][US] 2x 9600gt's passively cooled by Accellero S1 rev.2

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  1. DaedalusHelios

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    I am looking to sell two 9600gt's cooled by accellero S1 rev.2's. The heatsink was first painted black by MKmods, before it was installed along with Zalman indigo ramsinks on the Vram.

    SOLD to stinger608 I will take $65 each (with tracking too), or $120 for both including shipped and tracking.

    They do very well according to Toms Hardware charts when in SLi. In SLi I gamed at 1920x1080 at high settings with 2x AA on everything but Crysis and Fallout 3 where I had to turn off AA. They scale the best of all cards in SLi. They are low power consumption and put out good ppd aswell. :toast:

    2x ECS 9600gt + Accellero S1 rev.2 + Zalman ramsinks.

    cooler= http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186016

    I will upload better pictures soon or immediately upon request. ;)

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    Sorry for the bad photo from my camera phone. I have a cheap phone. :eek:

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    Bump for a trader I love doing business with :toast:
     
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    Bump!
     
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    You need to take a pic with ur name on it
     
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    Bump for an EXCELLENT deal. After seeing reviews on these cards when they came out I wanted to SLI them so bad. If I had a mobo capable of sli, and didn't have 4850's in crossfire already I would jump on these.
     
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    Pictures updated with name on piece of paper. ;)

    I am throwing in a short or long flexible SLi cable for the buyer of each card so please specify which type you want upon PM when purchasing. I have a ton of SLi cables so let me know what you need when buying.
     
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    I assume the one S1 has also been modified to allow the SLi bridge to go through the fins?
     
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    Looks like it. You can see it in the last picture.
     
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    Yes its was machined by MKmods. Normally you cannot SLi with these heatsinks. It looks perfect IMO and the temps are no different due to it being such a small piece. :)

    I love silent operation. I wish my watercooling loop was silent.
     
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    Yeah, it looks real slick. MKmods does some nice stuff. And the cards are killer in SLi, some of the best scaling possible.

    Bump for a damn good deal.
     
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    I am good with my hands but MKmods's knowledge of materials is pretty vast. I am glad he is a part of our forums.

    BTW Price drop!
     
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    Bump for a good seller. Someone snatch up these cards, really is a great deal considering they are coming with one of the best video card coolers out there.
     
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    bump for a great deal and one I would be taking up if I had $65 in spending money
     
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    Thanks man.

    Bump!
     
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    Bump for an awesome set of cards, and a great seller/member!!!!!

    I may jump on these soon if no one grabs them up!!!!!!
     
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    I am no big expert in OCing but those cards whale... Not to mention they come with the S2s ($29 ea extra), I replaced the S1s they came with, the temps are in the 20-30C range.

    Here is the speeds from before in Skitzos thread...
    Factory Clock Speeds - 680/1700/950(1900 effective)
    OC Clock Speeds - 750/1875/1153(2306 effective) - - - OC - 70/175/203(406)

    If DaedalusHelios dosent sell them by the 1st I will buy them.
     
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