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[FS][US] i5 2500K, EVGA P67 FTW, Zotac GTX 480s & More

Apr 17, 2008
3,935 (0.74/day)
West Chester, OH
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Everything sold to a local friend of mine, wow.

So, it's time to sell of my stuff again. I have some plans I may pursue, possibly LGA 2011, we'll see! Nothing at all is wrong with my hardware/accessories, its simply a matter of getting funds for the next build. On with the sale!

i5 2500K
- This isn't a golden 2500K by any means, but none are at this point. Most current 2500K's do 4.7 at 1.35 to as high as 1.4v (stable). This 2500K does 4.5 at 1.33v, 4.7 at 1.38v, 4.8 at 1.41v, and 4.9 at 1.45v. Does not do 5GHz, didn't on my EVGA P67 at least. It was cooled with a Hyper 212+ for 4.5, and once I got the XSPC RS360 kit I took it up to 4.7 and above. So, decent 2500k, nothing amazing. Everything's included, box manual, heatsink, etc. $165 shipped.

- Not much to say, but this is a great board, and its visually awesome. Typical red and black EVGA color theme. Comes with gobs of accessories, and this board does have a NF200 in case you have a tri-sli/fire need. Everything is included, all accessories, box, manuals, etc.
$210 shipped

SOLD to bogmali - ADATA Gaming Series DDR3 9-9-9-24 1600MHz 8GB 1.65v Kit
Plain jane 1600MHz 8GB kit.
$35 shipped

Cooler Master Hyper 212+ w/ Second Fan
Not much I can say, but this is a great cheap cooler. Cooled my 2500K very well, especially after adding a second fan. Both fans are sleeved as well.
$25 Shipped

COMBO DEAL: CPU, board, and Hyper 212+ (with two fans), $385 shipped

Zotac GTX 480's
These cards are absolutely beast. I got these new for $299 each off Amazon when I built up my new rig a few months ago. These are in great shape, nothing wrong with them at all and they both have a lifetime warranty through Zotac. These ran in the mid 80's in SLI with the fan speed at 70% while playing BF3. BF3 pushed these cards to their limits so heatwise, I'd say these run as warm as most modern cards under load. The fan however... well, its a stock 480 cooling solution, it isn't exactly quiet... but what card is under heavy load?
Either or, these cards are still very capable of maxing out most games. With some light tweaking you can easily reach GTX 580 performance. In SLI these got me 70-80FPS in BF3 with everything maxed. With HBAO off and AA Deferred off, these got me 80-120 which was very nice with my 120hz monitor. These cards are still very, very, stout, especially in SLI.
$215 shipped each

COMBO DEAL: Both cards for $420 shipped <-- Thats cheaper than one GTX 580.

Picture of everything in action.


Everything is less than 4 months old. This is all hardware from my latest build, i5_revive.
Thread of the build process can be seen here: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2378656&postcount=7
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Nov 27, 2007
28,720 (5.23/day)
Miami, Florida
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Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D
Motherboard ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero
Cooling Bykski Distro Plate/EK Quantum for GPU/Bykski CPU block/2x EK S360 Rads
Memory G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 3600MHz
Video Card(s) MSI Gaming Trio RTX 3090 Ti
Storage Samsung Pro 980 2TB NVMe (OS and Games) // WD Black 10TB HDD (Storage)
Display(s) Samsung 49" Ultrawide Gaming Monitor
Case Asus ROG Helios EVA Edition
Audio Device(s) Onboard Sound
Power Supply ASUS Rog Thor 1200 Certified 1200W
Software Windows 10 64 Bit Home Edition
BUMP for some awesome hardware and awesome prices. :toast:
May 19, 2007
4,510 (0.79/day)
Perth AU
2 0 0
Processor Intel Core i9 10980XE @ 4.7Ghz 1.2v
Motherboard ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega
Cooling EK-Velocity D-RGB, EK-CoolStream PE 360, XSPC TX240 Ultrathin, EK X-RES 140 Revo D5 RGB PWM
Memory G.Skill Trident Z RGB F4-3000C14D 64GB
Video Card(s) Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3090 OC
Storage M.2 960 Pro 1TB / 10TB WD RED Helium / 3x 860 2TB Evos
Display(s) Samsung Odyssey G7 28"
Case Corsair Obsidian 500D SE Modded
Power Supply Cooler Master V Series 1300W
Software Windows 11
Jan 7, 2008
3,924 (0.72/day)
73 0 0
System Name Main / Home Media Serever
Processor Intel i5 2500k @ 4.75ghz / AMD AM3 5200+ x2
Motherboard ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance / Biostar 790GX
Cooling Xigmatek Dark Knight / XIGMATEK Apache
Memory 12gb of G.Skill Value Series DDR3 / 4x 1gb DDR2
Video Card(s) XFX Radeon 6870 1gb / Asus Radeon 5450 512mb
Storage 2x Samsung 830 64gb SSD Raid 0 & 750gb WD Blue HDD / OCZ Vertex II 80GB & 10TB of HDD Space
Display(s) 2x Acer 24" LED / Samsung 50" LED
Case Xigmatek Asgard II / APEX PC-389-C
Power Supply Rosewill 750w / Antec EArthwatts 380w
Software Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 / Ubuntu 14.04
dang sweet deal on that 2500k. guessing that will be gone real quick!


In Orbe Terrum Non Visi
Staff member
Mar 16, 2008
9,403 (1.75/day)
Pacific Northwest
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System Name System Has No Name
Processor Core i7-12700K
Motherboard MSI MEG Z690 ACE
Cooling Corsair H115i AIO
Memory XPG Lancer 2x16GB DDR5-6000
Video Card(s) EVGA FTW3 Ultra RTX-3080ti
Storage MSI SPATIUM M480 M.2 NVMe 1TB/Samsung 860 EVO 512GB M.2 NVMe
Display(s) LG 27GP850-B
Case Corsair 5000d AirFlow
Audio Device(s) AudioEngine D1 DAC/Onboard
Power Supply Seasonic Prime Ultra 1K Watt
Mouse Corsair Ironclaw RGB
Keyboard Corsair K68 RGB
Software Win11 Pro 64
Benchmark Scores Xbox Live Gamertag=jondonken
Apr 17, 2008
3,935 (0.74/day)
West Chester, OH
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Monday bump, no one wants a great deal on board, cpu, and cooler? $385?! Come on!


Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Sep 6, 2009
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These prices are GREAT! I almost want to sell my setup for that 2500K!!


Former Staff
Apr 11, 2006
11,960 (1.97/day)
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System Name My i7 Beast
Processor Intel Core i7 6800K
Motherboard Asus X99-A II
Cooling Nickel-plated EK Supremacy EVO, D5 with XSPC Bayres & BIX Quad Radiator
Memory 4 x 8GB EVGA SuperSC DDR4-3200
Video Card(s) EVGA 1080 SuperClocked
Storage Samsung 950 Pro 256GB m.2 SSD + 480GB Sandisk storage SSD
Display(s) Three Asus 24" VW246H LCD's
Case Silverstone TJ07
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair AX1200
Keyboard Corsair K95
Software Windows 10 x64 Pro
Talk to Kevinheraiz - tell him I sent you!
Nov 13, 2007
9,326 (1.69/day)
Austin Texas
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System Name Espresso Machine
Processor 13700KF @5.7/5.6 GHZ -0.020v power limited to 220WPL1
Motherboard MSI 690-I PRO
Cooling 280MM Kracken X63 intake w/ (fan curve based on coolant temp)
Memory 64 GB DDR5 6200 MHZ 32-38-38-77
Video Card(s) RTX 4090 FE
Storage 2x 2TB WDC SN850, 1TB Samsung 960 prr
Display(s) Gigabyte MU 32" 4k 144hz
Case SLIGER S620 white
Audio Device(s) Bose Solo
Power Supply Corsair SF750
Mouse Superlight wireless
Keyboard 65% mini hyperspeed wireless
Software Windows 11
Benchmark Scores They're pretty good, nothing crazy.
damn... awesome prices!