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Master Geek

# 215371 24-Jun-2017 18:15
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Part List:
- Intel i7-6700k
- Corsair H100i with replaced fans (Corsair SP120)
- ASUS Z170 PRO motherboard
- Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 16GB (4x4GB)
- Samsung 850 Evo 250GB SSD
- 2x WD Green 3TB HDD's in RAID 0 (used for steam games)
- EVGA GTX 1080
- InWin 805 Red ATX Case
- Cooler Master 650w 80+ Gold PSU
- 2x Corsair AF140 case fans
- Cooler Master JetFlo 120mm case fan
- 4x USB 3.0 PCIe card
- NZXT Hue+ RGB LED kit


- Razer Blackwidow Chroma Keyboard
- Razer Firefly MouseMat
- Logitech G602 Gaming Mouse or MX Master ($50 more for both)



- LG 24in 1080p LED Screen -- HDMI x2, DVI ($60)


Have not used this PC anywhere near its potential, as i have mostly just used it for outputting 4k60 10-bit video files. I don't game anymore so don't see the point in keeping it.
I have spent a great deal of time doing cable management on this system and have kept it in superb condition. I dust it every few weeks.


There is a non-purchased version of Windows 10 Pro installed, I can keep this on or fully remove it if required.




I am looking for about $3,100 for this. I priced up a similar build in todays prices and it still retails for $3600 in parts. But I am up for sensible offers.


Pickup will be in the Albany Area. I work In Rosedale, and live just down the road in Schnapper Rock. I prefer not to ship.



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Ultimate Geek


  # 1806159 24-Jun-2017 18:38
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Hi there,

Fully realise that you're wanting to sell a complete system, but if it doesn't go and you'd consider parting it, I'd be very interested in the graphics card.



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Master Geek

  # 1808569 29-Jun-2017 06:50
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Ge0rge: Hi there,

Fully realise that you're wanting to sell a complete system, but if it doesn't go and you'd consider parting it, I'd be very interested in the graphics card.



Yeah at this stage I will keep it all together sorry. I might consider splitting it if i don't have luck selling it as a system.

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