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[FS] HD 5850 & custom case like Mountain Mods

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Hey guys,

I recently got a new video card so I no longer need my trusty HD 5850. This card OCs very well. The stock frequency is 760Mhz. I have ran it stable at 950Mhz without any issues. I actually modified the bios so that it runs at those speeds when playing a game. It still has it's original clocks for power saving mode, etc. I can revert to the old bios if you want, just let me know. It comes with the cross fire bridge and a guest pass code for starcracft 2 all in its original box. I am asking Sold.

Next, I am selling off my custom PC case that I made myself. It is pretty large measuring 18" wide, 19.5" deep, and 24" tall. The hole spacing is for 15mm Swiftech MCR320 type radiators and were designed to have the radiators mounted horizontally. The same thing with the hole spacing on the back. The front and the back panels were powder coated. The bottom, the frame, motherboard tray, and the drive rails were all spray painted black. The 5.25 drive bay will hold 3 drives. The hdd bay will hold 3 drives as well. I am including the black mesh filters and silver chrome fan guards with the case. Please see the pics for more details and everything you see in the pics is included . . . except for the squirrel. :laugh:

Now, this was built by me and I am not a professional case builder, but I think I did a pretty good job. The frame is aluminum and welded together but the panels are screwed on. All screw holes are 6/32 threaded. There are no side and top panels, this is an open air case.

I am asking Sold for all of this. Please ask any questions you may have, thanks!!














This is just how I had my setup with this case, the hardware pictured is not included.





 
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plush squirl included ?
 
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Change the bios back and ill give you $125 to ship it to me.
 

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Damn nice case but I don't have a watercooling setup so it's basically useless
 
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Hi, so the bios for the Powercolor 5850 is set at 950 clock.
What is the Memory set at? Is there an increase in volts too?
Do you have a GPU-Z screenshot?
Thanks.
 
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Yes, the core speed is set to 950Mhz in the bios I edited. I never took a screen shot of GPU-z with this card. The memory was set to its stock setting 1050Mhz. I tried uping the mem speed but it didn't seem to work for me so I left it alone. The voltage on the card is the stock voltage. I changed it in the bios, but it is hardware controlled, not software. So, if you wanted to changed the voltage you would have to do a physical v-mod on the card.
 

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Bump, awesome price for the case. I'd snatch it right now if I had the space for it.
 
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Amazing case, you really did a great job with it! :)
 
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