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Topic # 87230 22-Jul-2011 22:38
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Having a big downsize of gear - This is proving to much of a distraction from more important things in my life at the moment.

Photos:http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/5616402/1/New%20setup?h=a542c8

Looking for around $10,000

I have easily spent well over $15,000 on the lot.

Most items (if not all) are still under warranty and have a good amount of remaining time left. Please ask if you are would like the warranty on specific items.

Sorry I will not be separating this into bits to sell. I will sell the entire lot or not at all. I also will not be re-posting if nobody is keen.

Age of the system is between ~9 months -> ~3 months, depending on the part, the graphics cards + water blocks are the newest and each part is somewhere in between, can give fuller details if needed.

The loop is filled with distilled water and has about 3 silver coils in the tubing. The entire loop was flushed, cleaned and rebuilt last weekend.

Computer:
Motherboard: ASUS P6X58D Premium X58
CPU: Intel i7 920
GPU: 2x ATI 6970
RAM: 6Gb Corsair Dominator
Sound Card: Asus Xonar Essense STK
Hard Drive: Intel X25-M G2 80gb SSD
PSU: Corsair 800w HX
Case: Corsair 800D

Water cooling:
All parts are high end EK components, there are a lot of different parts to the water cooling setup but will list if requested

Monitors:
Samsung 2443BW+ 24" x2
Dell UltraSharp U2410 24" IPS

Extras:
3x monitor arms as seen in photo
Logitech G19 Keyboard
Logitech G9 Mouse


A good chance I have forgotten a few things here so will update as I notice what I left out...

Viewing is more than welcome. (Wellington)

The entire setup is from Computerlounge in Auckland. All invoices will be provided with the sale - Including warranty information.

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  Reply # 497431 24-Jul-2011 20:50
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Sorry OT, but what brand are the monitor arms?



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  Reply # 501431 3-Aug-2011 15:47
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Sorry for the slow reply nate. Will confirm after work tonight.


Still up for sale on Geekzone - Will take offers on just the screens (+ arms) if anyone is keen

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