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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by momomo6789, May 17, 2010.

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    bump open for offers.
     
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    What load will this handle @ what temps?
     
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    BUMP + price drop
     
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    Can we get some stats? what kind of temps can it do, what socket is it, you need to provide this stuff if you want some1 to drop almost 300 on something that looks like a metal vacuum cleaner to me
     
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    Really a vacuum more like from under a fridge :p.
     
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    INFO, max no load, max load, what sockets will the head take.

    Does it work,

    What was done by you to it

    who built it?
     
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    humm

    runmc modded it.
    load temps who knows i don't have a computer to test it and don't remember what it used to run at
    775 socket you could easily build new socket for it.

    and it does work.
     
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    BUMP price drop
     
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    whats with the paypal + 3%?
     
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    He is charging the buyer for paypal fees. (paypal charges 3% to the seller when they accept payment).
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    looks a little weaker than the one i have i would give it -25C with a thuban
     
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    You could help your cause with a couple of screenies w/RealTemp...;)
     
  14. momomo6789 New Member

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    that seems about right

    Price drop

    Will Take Offers ^_^
     

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