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# 181170 5-Oct-2015 10:57
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A couple of years ago I built up a "large" Computer. (it was a bit of an overkill)

Corsair 900D Case (You wont get any bigger than this)
Dual Titan + Water Cooling Hardware etc (2 Loops)
2* XTX 480 Quad Water Cooled Radiators
i4770 CPU
Dual Helix Reservoirs
Dual Pumps controlled via Corsair Control Hardware
20 + FANS controlled via Corsair Control Hardware
Dual SSD Corsair 120G HDD in Raid
16G Corsair RAM
_LOTS_ of extras I didn't use
Keyboard/Mouse + 1ms ASUS Gaming Monitor

Due to all the watercooling it can be overclocked a lot.

I spend $20000+  over time and at the moment looking in selling it.

Yes it is very high end (at the time)  and don't really want to sell all the parts separately. Make an offer.

Sourced from CL (main parts) and rest from overseas (mostly FrozenCPU)

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  # 1400091 5-Oct-2015 10:57
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1400115 5-Oct-2015 11:07
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Where are you based?




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  # 1400124 5-Oct-2015 11:13
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Did you mean to say $20,000?



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  # 1400192 5-Oct-2015 12:06
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I'm in Auckland and yes $20,000

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  # 1400218 5-Oct-2015 12:28
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Yeesh, got any pics of what a $20,000 computer looks like?

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  # 1400221 5-Oct-2015 12:36
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@OP: It might be worth giving more details of what's included in "_LOTS_ of extras I didn't use" and also the exact screen, keyboard, mouse, PSU and Mobo models. 



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  # 1400242 5-Oct-2015 13:13
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PSU is a Corsair AX1500i

 

Screen is a ASUS VS278H

 

mouse + keyboard are cheapos (Microsoft I think)

 

Motherboard is Gigabyte G5 Sniper

 

Corsair Green Power Cables

 

Corsair Controller + LED + Fan Controllers)

 

DVD Rom

 

 

Extra well.. lots, Cables, Soft Water Cooling Tubing, 20+ Fittings (Monsoon,EK etc) , UnBent Hard tubing (its Primochill Rigid)

 

bolts, nuts, Anti kink Spirals, Couple of Fan Controllers, Another 12 Corsair Fans, Another CPU Waterblock, Mounting for Delidded i4770 + more (About 2-3 Boxes of Cooling stuff)

 

 


 
 
 
 




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  # 1400247 5-Oct-2015 13:22
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Most of these boxes will come with it . 

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  # 1400252 5-Oct-2015 13:24
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What are the GPU's?



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  # 1400254 5-Oct-2015 13:26
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Dairyxox: What are the GPU's?


Dual GTX TITANS with full front and back Plates for Water Cooling.

CPU is 4770i (very clockable)

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  # 1400346 5-Oct-2015 15:05
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LennonNZ:
Dairyxox: What are the GPU's?


Dual GTX TITANS with full front and back Plates for Water Cooling.

CPU is 4770i (very clockable)


OK. Ok, The man means business.

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  # 1400442 5-Oct-2015 17:27
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Wow, how on earth did you manage to spend 20k? Did you buy some parts before they were available? Or was it mostly labour cost? Because most of those parts wouldnt ave cost you much more than 5k, unless those custom water cooling gear is crazy expensive?

Looks pretty hard core, never seen a rig that was 20k before, though the parts are not as impressive now days since its couple of years old. But still, cant imagine how crazy it was 2 years back lol.

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  # 1400453 5-Oct-2015 17:45
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Maybe if you put the sort of price you are looking for. I think in accounting terms, the price of a computer is largely written off over a few years, not to say that a computer is worthless after this time. But they do depreciate quite quickly due to technology advancements. Maybe it will appeal more to the gaming community.



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  # 1400455 5-Oct-2015 17:47
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Most parts where not available in New Zealand or I had to wait for them to be released. They where the best parts when I got them.

The Titans where ~$1600 each when I got them

ok. Maybe not $20000 (but it felt like it) . $15000. Watercooling aint cheap.

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