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# 207661 7-Jan-2017 11:29
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Im moving at the end of the week and these cant come with me!  Have the monitor on TM but will remove if get a decent offer here. Not sure about shipping something so large..    

 

 

 

Asus 32" WQHD (2560x1440x75hz) PB328Q Professional level 10bit colour, 75hz, with box.

 

Does 75Hz at 2560x1440 which is great for games. Or if photo editing does 10bit colour (at 60Hz 2560x1440). Also its 32" and with decent res (not like 1920x1080 32" TVs that looks comically bad pixel density wise).

 

 

 

ASUS PB328Q Professional Monitor - 32" 2K WQHD (2560x1440), Narrow Frame, Ergonomic Stand, Flicker free, Low Blue Light

178°/178° ultra wide-viewing-angle eliminates color shift for excellent visual performance
Provides 100% sRGB color space with WQHD resolution (2560x1440)
Eye care features including Flicker free, Low Blue Light, anti-glare & ergonomic adjustment stand
User-friendly design : super narrow bezel, 6-axls color adjustment, 5-way OSD navigation joystick, Quick release stand, QuickFit and SplendidPlus functions.

 

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Asking: $750 offers. RRP is $999 in NZ. Have box!

 

 

 

Coolermaster HAF XB LAN case

 

I love this case! I holds the motherboard/CPU horizontally and the GPUs at a 90degree angle for less stress on clamping and naturally better thermals. Separates the PSU and HDDs from the other components too.

 

 

 

  • Direct front to back airflow over CPU and mainboard for extreme cooling performance.
  • Supports 240mm radiators with extra clearance for thick performance radiators or push-pull fan configurations.
  • Supports tower CPU coolers with a height of up to 180mm and up to 334mm long high end graphics cards.
  • Motherboard tray can be removed to install, remove or swap components.
  • The first case that quickly and easily transforms into a Testbench – Ideal for enthusiasts and overclockers.
  • Dual USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports and X-Dock slots at the front panel for lightning fast plug-n-play I/O.
  • Rigid carry handles on the side panels.

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Asking: $100 offers. RRP is $228 in NZ. Have box!

 

 

 

 

 

Im in Wellington btw.


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  # 1700390 8-Jan-2017 23:51
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Any offers on either? Will put the case up on TM now.




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  # 1700682 9-Jan-2017 22:42
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Case is now sold. Anyone offering more than $500 for the monitor?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1700683 9-Jan-2017 22:45
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So tempted. Must resist :) Good luck with the sale though, it's a nice monitor for sure!




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  # 1702168 12-Jan-2017 16:42
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All good, both sold.

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