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[FS] CellShock DDR3 PC3-15000 / PA 120.3 Thermochill / Saphire 3870X2 /EK waterblock

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  1. SystemViper

    SystemViper

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    FOR SALE BY SystemViper.
    Heat in Sig, over 70+ Positives
    Payment - Paypal, NO E-CHECKS

    Shipping USPS Priority, Unless otherwise agreed apon.


    SUPER SUNDAY SALE

    PURCHASE BOTH SETS OF CellShock DDR3 Micron D9JN PC3-15000 1866MHz (8-8-8-16) Blue Dual Channel kit (Micron D9JNL) eACH SET IS 2 X 1G

    BOTH SETS FOR $225.00 TODAY ONLY


    FOR Sale:2 Sets of 2GB CellShock DDR3 Micron D9JN PC3-15000 1866MHz (8-8-8-16) Blue Dual Channel kit (Micron D9JNL)

    This is for 3 Sets of CellShock DDR3 Micron D9JN PC3-15000 1866MHz (8-8-8-16) Blue Dual Channel kit (Micron D9JNL)
    6 X 1G
    These kits sold for $230.00 EACH, 6 months ago and are still very hard to find.


    SALE

    1866MHz DDR3 memory kit from CellShock. PC3-15000 memory consisting of 2x 1GB modules. Timings of 8-8-8-16 at 1.7V-2.0V. Built using Micron D9JNL chips, which guarantees superb performance.

    These kits are equipped with the brand new Blue heatsinks from CellShock.

    Specifications from CellShock:

    This is the top of the line CellShock memory and is targeted at enthusiasts and high end gamers. These memory Kits are based on very best chips, which enables it to run at notably higher speeds or more aggressive timings than its official specification. The 1866 kits have been tested on several platforms based on Intel P35/X38/X48 and Nvidia 790 Chipsets and achieve memory speeds beyond 1900 MHz with 888 timings and 1800 MHz with 777 timings. This additional overclocking headroom enables users to push their memory and their cpu and mainboards to the limit, achieving new performance heights. While working closely with enthusiasts, hardware experts, mainboard manufacturers and reviewers around the world, we came to the conclusion that the fastest possible 24/7 System configuration that can be achieved is an FSB of 466Mhz with a memory speed of 1866Mhz with a tRD (performance level) of 6. This configuration is possible with all High End CPUs, even Intel QuadCore processors, and High End Mainboards with moderate voltage levels. The 1866 Kits are equipped with our well known massive Aluminium Heatspreaders, this time in a beautiful metallic-blue and silver combination, and instead of thick thermal pads thermal grease is used to ensure optimum cooling.

    Capacity:
    2GB-Kit (2x1GB)

    Config:
    128Mx64

    DRAM:
    Micron

    Device Config:
    128Mx8

    PCB:
    240pin

    Module Info:
    unbuffered, Non-ECC, DDR3 DIMM

    Speed:
    PC15000

    Cas Latency:
    8-8-8-16

    VDIMM :
    1,7V – 2,0V

    Warranty:
    5 years


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    For Sale EK-Mosfet 790i Water Block - Acetal & EK-Mosfet 790i Water Block Part 2 - Acetal

    These are the Mosfit blocks for...
    Water Block for EVGA 790i Mosfets.

    Supported motherboards:
    - EVGA nForce 790i SLI A1
    - XFX 790i LT nForce 680i LT


    Both Blocks $60.00 Delivered CONUS

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    Have lots of other pumps, radiators, waterblocks and almost anything you might need. IM me your requests.
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    Great stuff from a great guy. Those cellshock are just awesome!
     
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    Damn I want that X2. Sweet deals man and BUMP for you.
     
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    might break up the ram, any interest
     
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    I'm interested in another x2 :D I'll pm you when I have the funds to make an offer.

    Great seller here guys. SystemViper shipped my stuff super quick and he only has the highest quality stuff!
     
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    is that $50 for both 80mm rads?
     
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    Yes sir. never even been taken out of box except for the pics, I was going to use them in my duality when i ran out fo radiators but gave up on 2 systems in one case. :slap:

    regards/steve
     
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    selling hte cell shock for 140 a set and the PA 120.3 for 85 delivered...
     
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    Man I want those Cellshocks even though I don't have a DDR3 board right now. I may just get them anyways in anticipation for AM3.
     
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    2 Sets of 2GB CellShock DDR3 Micron D9JN PC3-15000 1866MHz (8-8-8-16) Blue Dual Channel kit (Micron D9JNL)


    SALE $125.00 a set Tonight only
     
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    $125 for 2000MHz DDR3? :eek: :twitch:

    Excellent ram for a nice i7 build!
     
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    Aren't those ram's too high voltage for i7?

    They are nice anyways.
     
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    They will work but yea they are made for 775 or amd DDR3 boards to get full potential.
     
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    Yeah, a lot of people got burned when intel required low vdimm for the new platform. Nice ram though.
     
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    Honestly though, all you have to do is loosen the timings to drop the voltage for i7.
     
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    Actually running 1.9v on ram isn't that bad as long as the QPI/DRAM voltage is within .5v of the ram voltage. I think Intel's warning was incomplete due to the fact that other that people who overclock, I doubt those setting will be changed, and if the RAM does have a stock voltage of over 1.65v it could damage the CPU since the QPI/DRAM might not be high enough to balance things out.
     
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    Any 4870x2 blocks?
     
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    naaaa only 2 3870X2 blocks both EK 1 nickel and 1 copper...
     
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    PURCHASE BOTH SETS OF CellShock DDR3 Micron D9JN PC3-15000 1866MHz (8-8-8-16) Blue Dual Channel kit (Micron D9JNL) eACH SET IS 2 X 1G

    BOTH SETS FOR $225.00 TODAY ONLY
     
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    PLEASE close thread, keeping the Cell Shocks, everything else sold.
     

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