FS: At least two gaming rigs' worth of hardware (GTX 1080 FE, 1080Ti, 7600K, 5820K, motherboards...)

Discussion in 'For Sale / Trade' started by RazorWind, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. RazorWind

    RazorWind 2[H]4U

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    I've caught the upgrade bug, but I'm already figuratively drowning in perfectly good hardware, so I'm putting most of it up for sale first. The prices I'm listing here include shipping, unless otherwise indicated.

    I prefer Google Pay, but I can accept Paypal as well.

    I've been a member at [H] since 2001, and I have Heatware under the same name, here:
    https://www.heatware.com/u/39442/to

    PNY Founder's Edition GTX 1080 - SOLD
    $40 for just the water block
    I put the air cooler back on so I could use it in a non-water cooled machine a few months ago.
    The water block in question is an Aqucomputer Kryographics full-ish cover model, in the raw copper finish, that will fit any reference design GTX 1070 or 1080. I'm not sure about the 1070 Ti - I assume those use the same board, but don't have one on hand to check. It's glorious overkill on this card - it'll easily run at 2050+ all day long if you have a big enough radiator. It doesn't use thermal pads for the RAM - the instructions tell you to put a little dab of thermal grease on the chips instead, but you might want to replace the VRM pad.

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    Motherboard/CPU/RAM Set consisting of:
    Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 7 - SOLD
    Core i5 7600K - SOLD
    8GB (2 x 4GB) Patriod DDR4 2400 RAM - SOLD
    $300 for the set

    I'd prefer to sell this together, so I've left it assembled as you can see in the photos. The motherboard was an open box item from Newegg, and came without an I/O shield. I don't know why it was returned to Newegg; it works perfectly fine, as far as I can tell.

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    I also have a second machine consisting of the following parts that I still need to disassemble and photograph, but I'll go ahead and list it here, to simplify the thread, and take some photos tonight.

    Intel Core i7 5820K - SOLD
    MSI X99A-Gaming 7 - SOLD
    32 GB (4 x 8GB) G.Skill NT Series Memory rated for 2400MHz - SOLD
    $375 for the set.

    As above, I'd really prefer to sell the motherboard/CPU/RAM as a set. The CPU is an OK overclocker - I have it set to run at 4.5GHz at 1.35v with water cooling, and it'll chug along like that all day long.


    Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce - $575
    This is a custom PCB GTX 1080 Ti that came from the factory with a nickel plated water block. It does not have an air cooler. You will need an open loop water cooling setup to use it. With a big enough rad, it can run at 2076MHz pretty much continuously, and stays in the 50-60C range.

    A few various other items, as well. I'll post more here if I think of anything else. If you think pricing for these is unreasonable, make me an offer. I really just don't want to throw usable stuff away.

    Asus DirectCU II Radeon HD6870 - $30

    Radeon HD5450 - $10

    Aquacomputer Kryographics Hawaii Water Block (bare copper/smoke plexi version) - $30
    This fits the reference design 290X. It worked fine the last time I used it, about a year ago. I also have the Sapphire branded 290X I used it on for say $80, but it's currently in use with an air cooler. If you're interested in the 290X, PM me and I'll get you some photos. I need to replace it with a more appropriate card anyway, heh.
     
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  3. RazorWind

    RazorWind 2[H]4U

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    Alright, the following items are sold:
    GTX 1080 FE
    7600K/Z170 board/RAM
    5820K/X99 Board/Ram

    Still have:

    1080/1070 Water block (see photos)
    290X Water Block
    HD6870
    HD5450