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  # 1400461 5-Oct-2015 18:03
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I don't know whether to be impressed or scared that you can actually spend that much on a PC :P

Mighty impressive effort, good luck with sale!



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  # 1400468 5-Oct-2015 18:20
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I am looking at nothing like $15K or $20K. Maybe $5K at the most.

I am sure whoever gets it won't be disappointed in the computer/speed.

Just be aware the computer is heavy - and quite quiet (even with $500 worth of Corsair fans in it (SP and AF ones).

..and LED (all software controlled)  and UV Lights.. (nearly forgot).

And no it doesn't make coffee.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1400474 5-Oct-2015 18:29
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LennonNZ: 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.

Well, when i guesstimated as a bit over 5k, i was assuming the titans were around 2k each. I mean, im still confused how it costed you 20k, even 15k. Is there something im missing? Again, i have no idea how much that water cooling stuff costs, and i can totally understand if that was most of the said 15k.

I mean, even back in the day, titans: 1.6k x 2, cpu: 500-600?, mobo: 300?, psu: 500?, ram, 400?, case: 300-400? Lets leave 2k aside for little bits and pieces as well as any inaccuracies of my guesses. Thats being plenty generous, i think?. That leaves... Watercooling? 5k? 7.5k? close to 10k? O.o

Is custom watercooling this expensive? Note to self. never try custom watercooling lol.



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  # 1400497 5-Oct-2015 18:56
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500 in fans
Waterblocks for gpus and cpu $1000
Fan controllers $500
Water pumps , reservoir, lighting, radiators.....
The corsair ram has special lighting bars on it
Rigid tubing and connectors and some free ones.
Customized power cabling.... I can keep going

There are extra bits. Corsair ram cooling, extra fan controllers . Meters of flex tubing and connections.
Cable braiding. More corsair fans,anotherr reservoir, whole set of psu cables, Usb cables.

And I'll throw in a hardware Bitcoin miner 100GHs ( it's makes negative money these days)

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  # 1400512 5-Oct-2015 19:39
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I see you said you had spare parts.eg fittings etc.These for sale?



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  # 1400517 5-Oct-2015 19:51
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Yea I'll go thru the stuff tomorrow and see what I actually have.

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  # 1400725 6-Oct-2015 09:30
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LennonNZ: Yea I'll go thru the stuff tomorrow and see what I actually have.

Cheers mate let me know.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1400855 6-Oct-2015 11:15
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Could be keen on reservoir/pump if you have those spare + the dual card setup? Depends on if you're parting out.

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  # 1400927 6-Oct-2015 12:06
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LennonNZ: Click to see full size
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Most of these boxes will come with it . 

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Should have spent the money on a camera :P

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  # 1401957 7-Oct-2015 18:58
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Any luck searching through that box?

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  # 1401967 7-Oct-2015 19:29
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LennonNZ: And no it doesn't make coffee.

That counts me out for buying it :)




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  # 1401995 7-Oct-2015 20:12
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May not make coffee, but sure will cool your beer proper




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  # 1402510 8-Oct-2015 15:51
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Some Extra for sale: (Still going thru the boxes)

EK Reservoir
120*3 and 140*1 (I can find more)
Green Cable Branding
3LED Rolls
4* 1>4 FAN Splitter
10* Ridgit Piping Connectors (need the special piping)
Variable Fan/Pump Controller
6* 5/8 Piping Connectors
About 3 Metres of 5/8 Piping (Black and Green Lengths)
No name brand  6* Fan Controller
NZXT Fan Controller (with Temperature Monitoring)
2 Meters of Antiikink Green Rolls
 





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  # 1402512 8-Oct-2015 15:53
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There is ONE good thing about living in AKL ... Buy Sell Trade stuff! *sigh




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  # 1402639 8-Oct-2015 19:28
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How much for a roll of leds?

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