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Posted 10 September 2010 - 04:52 AM

Heatware account: El_Capitan

People on Overclockersclub I've sold to:
My_Time
djkt (twice)
playah (three times) - Once I shipped the CPU's like a noob and the pins bent during shipping, offered a full refund and shipping costs back to me if they don't work. +2 for him being able to straighten the pins out.
dr_bowtie
IVIYTH0S
Rokkaholik (three times)
CheeseMan42 (twice) - Noctua NH-D14 shipped via USPS took over a week, and he lives 1-2 hours away. Go figure.
EB2600
Paradax
pkilway
Jenova69
Locutus
boinker (twice)
bishop245
Bandrew
NumbWarr0r
Bubbaxm2
mojunikey7
Reaper_88
BluePanda

People I've bought from:
robAP
tacohunter52 (five times)
wevsspot
The Smith
smduff
Shadowfactor
Celcius
jlqrb
jk336699
Nuclear
Water_Hazard

I can also set-up a Skype meeting where you can see the parts working live via webcam, with whatever stress tests you want it to run (within reason).

I'm selling multiple items, free shipping (except for heavy and large items) to anywhere in the U.S.:

Soon to be available:


Available now:
Two 96GB Kingston SSDNow V+100's used on my test bench (used very infrequently).
One for $55 shipped each, or both for $100 shipped.
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I ended up ordering a 100 LME49720NA Op-Amps. I'll probably end up using 12 of them, and who knows how much I'll use in the future.
Through Digi-key, 1 unit costs $3.07, a bulk of 10 costs $27.72 (or $2.772 per unit). That doesn't include shipping and tax.
If anyone wants to buy some from me, I'll sell 2 units for $450, or 4 units for $8.00 shipped. It has to be shipped at least via parcel post, so that's ~$1.95 or more out of my costs.


Selling an EVGA GTX 590 Classified for $460. In great shape, EVGA Guest warranty is good until around November 2014. Trades or offers welcome.


Two Samsung F3 1TB's (original Samsung models):
I am parting with two Samsung F3 1TB's. Both are original Samsung models that I've used in RAID 1. Both are models HD103SJ.

Warranty expiration dates:
27-JUN-2013
20-JUL-2014

$65 shipped each, or buy both for $120 shipped.


MSI GTX 570 (reference) with Koolance Full Cover Waterblock:
I bought this on 04/04/2011 (day of shipping), comes with 3 years Parts, 2 years Labor with serial-based warranty since date of shipping. It's been watercooled it's entire life. I never went higher than 1050mV's, and it is currently flashed at 910MHz Core Clock (Memory is at stock 950MHz). It's a great performer, and I can flash it back to stock settings, or I can just send you the stock BIOS to flash back to in an e-mail.

I believe I have the original box, but it's big. I'll charge $20 more if you want the original box, because shipping will be more expensive.

GTX 570 with stock heatsink = $190
Koolance Acetal (EK-FC580 GTX+ Acetal) Waterblock = $75
Both (includes stock heatsink) = $250

Sold items:
i7 2700K $230 shipped.
Used in my test bench, replacing it with an i7 3770K later tonight.

Overclocking, voltages, and temps with rig below:
CPU: i7 2700K @4.9 GHz w/HT 1.420 Vcore BIOS 3402; 1.416V - 1.424V CPU-Z | Maingear Epic T1000 + Swiftech Apogee XT 120.3 Push + Pull (5v) Max 67C Prime95
CPU: i7 2700K @5.0 GHz w/HT 1.460 Vcore BIOS 3402; 1.464V - 1.472V CPU-Z | Maingear Epic T1000 + Swiftech Apogee XT 120.3 Push + Pull (5v) Max 70C Prime95
MB: ASUS P8Z68-V Pro\GEN3
Memory: 4 x 4GB Samsung Extreme Low Voltage 1866MHz @ 8-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's


$135 shipped for the 1090T
$45 shipped for the GIGABYTE GA-MA785GMT-UD2H (does not come with i/o shield, but can be ordered for $13, thus the price reduction)
$170 shipped for both. Sold to Reaper_88


The i7 920 D0 was bought from Hysteria~, an OCN member. The EVGA X58 E758 SLI motherboard that I bought along with it isn't working, but the CPU is fine. It will be shipped without the stock heatsink and box for $145.

The i7 950 was bought locally from someone else, and it was never opened until I got my hands on it on February 12, 2012. I've used it on my test bench at 4.3GHz. It can be shipped with the stock heatsink and box for $160.


ASUS GTX 560Ti DCII TOP - Bought from Newegg on 12/29/2011. Had to RMA once due to one of the fans making a sound and running slower than the other. Works fine now. Was used in my brother's rig as a PhysX card, which isn't needed anymore. Overclocks using stock voltage to 940MHz Core Clock stable:


and at 1150mV's overclocks to 990MHz Core Clock stable:

Selling for $190 shipped. Will not come in original box, but will come with accessories.


ASUS GTX 560 DCII - Bought from Newegg on 12/09/2011. One of the best overclocking GTX 560's I've seen. Was used in my server until it was replaced by another ASUS GTX 560 Ti TOP card (overclocks to 1020MHz, so I'm keeping that sucker). You can't adjust the voltages on the non-Ti's, and usually they only overclock to 920MHz - 940MHz Core Clock tops, but this one is stable at 960MHz Core Clock:

Selling for $160 shipped. Will not come in original box, but will come with accessories.

Has serial-based warranty which will be good for 3 years from date of purchase.


G.Skill Sniper F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR (11400860398063 + 11400860398064) - Runs stable at 9-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's, never tried for tightened timings. Selling for $35 shipped. Sold
(2) (1) G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (10410240063601 + 10410240063602) and (10460240143003 + 10460240143004) - Runs stable at 9-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's, never tried for tightened timings. Selling for $35 shipped each 2x4GB kit. Sold
G.Skill RipjawsX F3-12800CL9Q-16GBXL (11131040293575 + 11131040293576) - Was part of a 4x4GB set, but I don't know what happened to the other two. Good for SB systems, rated at 1.5V's and stable at 9-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's, never tried for tightened timings. Selling for $35 shipped. Sold
Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 996776 (34270013 + 34270015) - Even though it's rated at 1.65V's, I was able to run it stable at 9-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's on a SB system, never tried for tightened timings. Selling for $35 shipped. Sold
(2) Corsair Vengeance CML8GX3M2A1600C9 (359847 + 359848 + 359849 + 359850) - Luckily, when I bought two 2x4GB kits, they were all four matched pairs. Runs stable at 9-9-9-24-1T at 1.5V's on a SB system, never tried for tightened timings, but I'm pretty sure they can get better timings. Selling for $40 shipped. Get both kits for 4x4GB's for $75 shipped. Sold

GTX460 1GB's
I am now parting with my GTX 460 1GB's. I will post more details when my vision clears:
PNY XLR8 VCGGTX4601XPB-OC - Bought at Superbiiz on 11/29/2010, used in my server, never overclocked aside from the factory overclock. It still has 2 years limited warranty.
Update: While not a good overclock on the stock cooler, the temps are good, and the sound is pretty quiet. The GPU under water and with a BIOS flash for voltage unlocking, it can probably hit 1000MHz. Here are the stable overclocks:
Stock 1025mV's = 830MHz Core Clock and 1900MHz Memory
1087mV's = 880MHz Core Clock and 1900MHz Memory


Selling for $130 shipped

(2 count) EVGA 01G-P3-1371-AR - Both bought from a user at Overclock.net who only used it with watercooling for the GPU, the same way I used them. One overclocks on water to 970MHz Core Clock stable at 1087mV's (no BIOS flash, but voltage to 1212mV's is available) and 920MHz with the stock cooler. It can get to 950MHz on the stock cooler at 1112mV's. The lower overclocking one on water hits 930MHz Core Clock stable at 1087mV's (no BIOS flash), but voltage also to 1212mV's is available) and 910MHz with the stock cooler.


Here are the stable overclocks with stock cooler for the lower overclocking card:
1087mV's (Stock Cooler) = 910MHz Core Clock


Here are the stable overclocks with a MCW80 Universal GPU block for the lower overclocking card:
1087mV's (Water) = 930MHz Core Clock


Here are the stable overclocks with the stock cooler for the higher overclocking card:
1087mV's (Stock Cooler) = 920MHz Core Clock


Here are the stable overclocks with a MCW80 Universal GPU block for the higher overclocking card:
1087mV's (Water) = 970MHz Core Clock


Selling for $130/$120 shipped. One overclocks on water to 970MHz Core Clock stable, the other not as high (will have to double check). The not as good of an overclocking one for cheaper, or both for selling for $240 shipped.

MSI N460GTX CYCLONE 1GD5/OC - A great overclocker. I think it got to 1GHz core clock on water, but I'd have to double check. Still has 2 years limited warranty by serial. Selling for $135 shipped Sold!

ASUS ENGTX460 DirectCU/2DI/1GD5 - Another great overclocker. This reaches 990MHz stable Core Clock overclock on water, although at 1212mV's.
Still has 2 years limited warranty by serial.
Here are the stable overclocks with a MCW80 Universal GPU block and a BIOS flash:
Stock 1025mV's = 900MHz Core Clock
1100mV's = 950MHz Core Clock
1212mV's = 990MHz Core Clock


Selling for $135 shipped

To compare the benchmark results, here's a GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti to compare (same benchmark settings, and these are the best overclocking cards I have for the GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti):
GTX 460 1GB @ 970MHz Core Clock = 29.3 Avg FPS
GTX 560 1GB @ 940MHz Core Clock = 29.0 Avg FPS
GTX 560 Ti 1GB @ 1000MHz Core Clock = 33.2 Avg FPS


color="#FF0000"]ASUS GTX 560 DCII[/color]
I'm selling an ASUS ENGTX560 DCII OC/2DI/1GD5 that I had for a few days, I'm keeping the one that overclocks to 940MHz, is why I'm selling this one. There's no voltage unlock on these cards (at least, nothing easily unlocked), but with the stock voltages, can get to 900MHz Core Clock. It performs close to the same as a GTX 460 1GB with GPU watercooling and overclocked to 1GHz, but with stock air cooling and temps never reaching past 53C. Pretty efficient power consumption as well.


To compare the benchmark results, here's a GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti to compare (same benchmark settings, and these are the best overclocking cards I have for the GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti):
GTX 460 1GB @ 970MHz Core Clock = 29.3 Avg FPS
GTX 560 1GB @ 940MHz Core Clock = 29.0 Avg FPS
GTX 560 Ti 1GB @ 1000MHz Core Clock = 33.2 Avg FPS

Selling for $145 shipped.


Intel i5 2500K CPU
'm selling since I'm upgraded to an i7 2700k after a trade. The i5 2500K was bought on Black Friday in a combo deal at Newegg. It has been stable at 4.8GHz at 1.455V's (BIOS), 1.440V - 1.448V's CPU-Z. Under 120.4 watercooling with temps never reaching over 69C during load.
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For 4.9GHz, it seems to need more voltages to be stable than I'd be willing to run 24/7 (and this has been running 24/7 only for a day or two until my eye surgery on 12/05, other than today for a 30 minute Prime95 Blend test + screenshot, it has not been turned on since).

Selling for $175 shipped.



color="#FF0000"] ASUS ENGTX560 TI DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5 (all sold)[/color]
I bought a bunch of these at a discount with Open Box deals. It has only been used only for one day for benchmarking. I am debating about keeping at least 2 of them, but going to list 4 3 for sale. At stock, it is 900MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's.

One of them overclocks to 910MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's and 980MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's. Selling for $186 shipped. Bought on 10/27/2011. Sold
One of them overclocks to 920MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's and 980MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's. Selling for $190 shipped. Bought on 11/18/2011.
One of them overclocks to 920MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's and 990MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's. Selling for $195 shipped. Bought on 11/18/2011. Sold
One of them overclocks to 930MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's and 980MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's. Selling for $195 shipped. Bought on 11/18/2011. Sold

If you buy two, I will take $10 off.

These are completely stable at those overclocks with the test bench using exactly the same components.

These ASUS ENGTX560 TI DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5 cards from Newegg sell for $249.99 plus $7.87 for shipping, but with $20 MIR, so this is a really good deal. You're saving $32.86 - $47.86 than buying new (and I make about that much after paying for shipping)... and good luck trying to buy these by finding them with Newegg's Open Box, they sell out within 5 minutes of being available. Not to mention you won't know whether they work right out of the box, nor knowing how they overclock.

ASUS has serial-based warranty, so these cards are good for 3 years parts, 3 years labor from date of purchase.

Here's a benchmark at 920MHz Core Clock at 1012mV's:


Here's a benchmark at 990MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's:


Here's a benchmark with two in SLI at 930MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's:


Here's a benchmark with two in SLI at 970MHz Core Clock at 1150mV's (980MHz Core Clock is stable, but with a slightly lower Minimum FPS score:



MSI N580GTX Twin Frozr II/OC
I am selling this for a friend who got it for his birthday. It has only been used only for one day for benchmarking. He is selling it because he would rather have something else since he prefers the watercooled and overclocked GTX 460 1GB's in SLI I setup for him a while ago. At stock, it is 800MHz Core Clock at 1025mV's, but it is stable at 900MHz Core Clock at 1100mV's. This N580GTX Twin Frozr II/OC card from Newegg sells for $499.99, so this is a really good deal.

The card comes with everything, it's not an Open Box item. All the protective covers are there (except for the plastic wrap that was on the fan), as well as all the accessories. MSI has serial-based warranty, so this card is good for 3 years parts, 2 years labor from around November 1, 2011.

He wants $400 for it (so he can let me upgrade him to an i7 2600k, among other things), and I'm paying shipping as a favor, but only paying for shipping within the US50.



Here's a benchmark at 900MHz Core Clock at 1100mV's:


It's a pretty quiet card, and the GPU temps never got past 76C (when overclocked at 900MHz Core Clock and 1100mV's) through benchmarking with the fan profile at around 50%.

Price is firm, shipping to Canada is negotiable. It's also a reference PCB, so you can put a full cover waterblock on it (which you can expect higher and more stable overclocks).

Here is a review:
Tom's Hardware.

Selling for $400 shipped.


KINGWIN Lazer LZ-1000
I bought new at Newegg on 9/14/2010 and it comes with a 3 year warranty. If it goes bad, I will start the RMA, forward you the shipping label (you will have to pay), and if it comes to me, I'll ship it back to you if they can't ship it directly to your address (I will pay). It has been used on my gf's 1090T/9800X system. Everything works perfectly and I still have all the cables (they're semi-modular). Selling for $110. All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $5 off.

It sells for $149.99 and $5.99 shipping from Newegg.

I have seen it on sale for around $135 shipped during some sales.


Corsair TX850W
I bought it from WaterHazard and used sporadically on my 965BE/GTX 460 1GB system since I bought it on July 27, 2011. Still works perfectly, fan works and is quiet, and just some minor cosmetic scratches. I cannot guarantee warranty if it goes bad. Selling for $85. All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $5 off.

It sells for $101.49 after a 10% Promo Code and $20 MIR from Newegg.


EK-FC6970 V2 Nickel Acetal Full Cover (Count 2)
These have been opened, but never used. I thought they would work with my HD 6970's, but only for the ASUS HD 6970 before it got RMA'd. Now I need the non-V2's. My noobishness = someone else's fortune. Note, the nickel plating is known to corrode with certain coolant mixes, but you can also have it RMA'd for the non-corroding nickel plating. Here's a link to the compatibility list: http://www.coolingco...k/3831109855881
Each for $55, or both for $100. All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $5 off for one, or $15 off for both.


MSI GTX 570 Reference Cards 1.2GB (Count 2)
I bought one new at Newegg on 04/02/2011, and had to immediately RMA it. I bought a 2nd from OverClock.net on 07/03/2011. Both have been watercooled, and I will put the reference cards back on with a new application of OCZ Freeze and thermal pads. I can overclock and benchmark a single card, or both cards, within reason, with a particular driver (some of the older drivers allow better overclocking than others).

Selling for $270 shipped each, or $520 shipped for both. All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $10 off for one, or $20 off for both. I might part with one of the full cover waterblocks.

Note: It's a 3 year limited warranty for parts, and 2 year limited warranty labor. The warranty type is by serial number.

MSI or ASUS HD 6970 Reference Cards 2GB
I bought the ASUS one from Tacohunter, it's been RMA'd, and the other two from Newegg Open Box (both been RMA'd upon receiving). They all work fantastically now, and are running watercooled in tri-fire at 1175mV's at 950MHz Core Clock and 1420MHz Memory. I will put the reference cards back on with a new application of OCZ Freeze and thermal pads, or you can buy one with the full-cover waterblock still on it. I can overclock and benchmark either card within reason, with the current 7.14.10.0847 driver version (sorry, but testing with different driver version on AMD cards are a pain in the butt).

Selling for $300 shipped with just the reference cooler, $380 shipped with the full cover waterblock (with the reference cooler, too, of course). All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $10 off.

Note: MSI has a 3 years limited warranty for parts, and 2 years limited warranty labor. ASUS is 3 years limited warranty for parts, and 3 years limited warranty for labor. They both have warranty by serial number.

ASUS P8P67 DELUXE (REV 3.0)
I bought this at Newegg on 01/11/2011. It's one of the best overclocking LGA 1155 P67 motherboards of all the ones that I've used. The warranty is still valid until 01/22/2014. After the 2nd RMA, they pay for shipping. I will also handle the RMA if something else goes wrong with the motherboard. It sells for $219.98 at Newegg after shipping, but you can get it from me for $180. All members who have donated or are staff get $15 off.

RMA's
1. Intel "Cougar Point" recall to revision 3.0
2. The Realtek 8111E LAN Port wasn't recognized, and I receive an error trying to install the drivers for it. Also, the PCIE X1 was also no longer recognized.
3. The 2nd PCIE2.0 X16 stopped working.

It has been returned from the RMA process since 3 weeks ago (or 4 or 5 weeks, can't remember). It's still unopened from the RMA box. I can test it out for any buyer, or leave it unopened.


ZOTAC GTX 580 Amp! Edition 1.5GB
I just bought this due to having a 20% coupon off deal at MicroCenter, but it's never been used. The box was never sealed, and the ports don't have the plastic protectors that usually come in a new card. I also cut out the Product Label from the box to claim the $30 rebate. Here's a link to the product: http://www.microcent...duct_id=0354622

Selling for $400 shipped.

Note: It's a 2 year limited warranty, and I haven't registered it. I'm not sure if I claim the warranty if they register it for me (I doubt it). At any rate, it comes with Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands. If at any time you need to RMA it, I will do it for you, you just have to ship it, and I will ship it back to you when I receive the RMA'd item. I'm aiming to make $50 off this (after the $15 it will cost to ship it, and when I get the $30 MIR). Either way, a brand new GTX 580 for $400 is still a decent deal. It's also a reference design if you're looking into an after market cooler for it.

If no one is interested, it's probably going into my next customer build (or I'll be selling my GTX 570's and upgrading to the GTX 580's in SLI).


ASUS (reference) GTX 460 1GB's
Selling for $105 shipped. All members who have donated or are staff get an additional $5 off.


i7 950, would also sell P6X58D-E and some memory if needed (Sold to a friend):
I bought this on 12/11/2010 at MicroCenter. See my Sig for details. The i7 950 overclocks to 3.8GHz at 1.1678Vcore with Hyperthreading, and to 4.37GHz at 1.3875Vcore with Hyperthreading. Great for a HTPC or gaming rig. For a price of $180, I'm sure I'll get some buyers, though one of my friends is going to buy it later this month, so I'll have to wait on his decision first.

If you purchase the i7 950, I'll also sell my P6X58D-E for $110 (fixed one of the capacitors when buying from tacohunter) or my P6X58D Premium for $140, and 3x4GB of my G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 1600MHz for $160.


Phenom II x3 720 BE (used) if purchased, would also sell 4GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM, CNPS 9700 NT heatsink for super cheap (Sold to playah):
This was bought at MicroCenter on 03/26/2010 and is being used in my girlfriend's computer. 4th core unlocks, but is not stable. It easily overclocks to 3.6 GHz at 1.4625v, but can go up to 3.7 GHz at 1.5125v (never successfully got higher, though I didn't try very hard). Selling for $50.


If you purchase the Phenom II x3 720 BE, I'll also sell 4GB's OCZ (2x2GB) DDR3 1333MHz memory for $20, and a CNPS 9700 NT heatsink for $30. All you'd need is to pick an AM3 motherboard, and you'll be set. If you want one of my used ones, I have two AM3 boards I can offer as well, but most people want to buy their own motherboard.

Phenom II x3 720 BE's (Both sold to playah):
One was bought on 08/14/2009 and is being used in my 2nd rig. 4th core unlocks, but is not stable. It's the one being used in my 2nd rig (see signature). It easily overclocks to 3.6 GHz at 1.4625v, but can go up to 3.7 GHz at 1.5125v (never successfully got higher, though I didn't try very hard). Will not come with the stock Heatsink. Selling for $50.


The other was bought along with the motherboard mentioned above on 10/14/2009. 4th core unlocks, but is also not stable. I've started testing how well the CPU handles overclocks, and it's not doing so well (overclocking with the same system and heatsink as the other x3 720 BE). I can only overclock it to a stable to 3.4 GHz - I keep getting a BSOD whenever loading into Windows with anything higher. The good news is, it can overclock to 3.4Ghz with 1.35v, and possibly lower voltages (didn't test at any lower voltages, I'm still looking into why it won't overclock higher). Because it doesn't get 300 MHz extra overclocking headroom (doesn't make a difference in Windows Experience Index), I'm selling it for $45. Includes the stock heatsink, which you will definitely be able to overclock with to 3.4 GHz with low temps.

i7 920 d0 (Sold to a local buyer):
This was bought on 9/1/2009, and is being used in my main rig. It can overclock to 4.2 GHz stable, but it needs higher voltages than I'm willing to allow it. I'm pretty conservative in my overclocks, and don't let my temps ever get past 75C at load. Will not come with the stock Heatsink. Selling for $150.

FLATRON L227WTG 22" 1680x1050 2ms LCD Monitor (Sold to EB2600):
I bought this 2 years ago when I needed a monitor for a quick build for one of my clients. I bought it at Best Buy, and it was pretty expensive (but what isn't at Best Buy). It's a great monitor if you don't mind the resolution. No dead pixels, works like a charm, and will also send you a HDMI, DVI, or VGA cable, along with the Power cable. Since Monitor's are expensive to ship (probably around $15 - $20, depending on where you live), I'm asking for $80 plus shipping (the only item where I won't ship free).


Crucial 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10600) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model CT2KIT25664BA1339 (sold to a local buyer and Jenova69)
So, I bought 5 of these kits over a year ago at about $66 per kit and they're still holding strong. They can get tight timings, and even overclock to 1961MHz (if you believe Tom's Hardware), though I don't think that's correct. They don't get as hot as other memory I've had, and have been great to have! Plus, you know that these will work and what timings you can expect, although they have been used for over a year. I'll post screenshots of what speeds it can get to when I have time.
Here's a full pass with Prime95 with 4x2GB running at 1600MHz with 8-8-8-24-1T timings:

1 kit = $45 (that's 4GB total with 2x2GB sticks)
2 kits = $80 (that's 8GB total with 4x2GB sticks)


Noctua NH-D14 (Sold to CheeseMan42):
It looks like I'm going the full watercooling route on all my rigs except for my server and my gf's computer. Here's a link to the product description. I've been using it on my i7 920/930 rig since April 16, 2010. Overclocked to 4.0GHz with 1.35Vcore, it holds max temps of 72C - 76C on Prime95 with OCZ Freeze thermal compound depending on the room temperature. I'm selling it for $50.

Note: I have the original box and all the parts included for AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, LGA 775, LGA 1156, and LGA 1366.
Some pics (some space over G.Skill Ripjaws):
OCZ Fatal1ty OCZ550FTY 550W ATX12V v2.2 / EPS12V SLI Ready 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply (Both sold to dr_bowtie):
Also bought on 8/14/2009 and 10/14/2009 with the other CPU/Motherboard parts. They're still in great working condition, but I needed to upgrade my PSU's in order to upgrade my graphics cards. I have all the modular cables, power cable, screws, plus if you e-mail customer support, they'll send you new ones for free. For reference, it can power up my overclocked Phenom II x3 720 BE at 1.5125v with Dual GTS 250's in SLI or a single GTX 275 and 1 SSD, 1 Optical, and 2 HDD's in RAID 0, four DDR3 RAM modules at 1.65V, and three 120mm Case Fans without any problems - though it's not enough juice to power an overclocked 125W CPU like the 1090T at 1.45v with the same graphics card setups (single GTS 250 card works fine). They're all boxed, padded, and ready to go in the Kingwin boxes that replaced them. Selling for $35 each.


Rosewill RV2-500 500W Power Supply (used) (Sold to Rokkaholik):
A very capable power supply I bought at Newegg with a combo deal on 3/23/2009. I used it on my girlfriend's computer that had a Phenom II x3 720 BE overclocked to 3.6GHz @ 1.4875v, 4GB DDR3 @ 1.65v, an HD 4350 512MB graphics card, a 64GB SSD and two Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB's in RAID 1. Handled it with no issues. Selling for $20.


MSI NF750-G55 AM3 NVIDIA nForce 750a SLI HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard (Sold to Paradax):
Here's a link to the product description. Bought on 3/28/2010, this was used for 4 months, and I thought it went dead, but it was my GTX 275 1GB that died and not this motherboard. The day after MSI's RMA received it, it was shipped back because there weren't any issues. The MSI GTX 275 was found to be dead, so they sent me a refund (sent on the same day). I really love this board, an AMD motherboard with two PCI Express 2.0 x16 slots with hybrid SLI? Tested and verified, it works. I prefer my ASUS M4A87TD/USB3, so am selling this for $50.


GIGABYTE GA-MA770T-UD3P AM3 AMD 770 ATX AMD Motherboard (Sold to playah):
Here's a link to the product description. Bought on 10/14/2009, this was used for 10 months with a Phenom II x3 720 BE. It did go down, but has been returned from RMA. Tested and verified, it works. Selling for $35.


Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 - Black (Sold to CheeseMan42):
One of the best web cams out right now, bought it on April 1, 2010 (no foolin'). It's got a cosmetic scratch on the body, but the lens is pristine. I'm selling it for $30.


Swiftech MCP355 Watercooling Pump (used) (Sold to boinker):
I got wevsspot's MCR220 Drive Series which had the MCP350/355 (not sure which one) pump attached. I received it on 11/11/2010 and had it installed on 11/20/2010, with off and on usage for 1-2 weeks until I replaced it with the MCP35X, and wevsspot bought the MCR Drive Series (which included the pump) new from Jab-Tech on March 10, 2010.

It's a bit loud due to a constant RPM (which is around a steady 4,000). It's why I replaced it with a MCP35X, which is the same pump, except it has a variable PWM so I can run it at lower RPM's. If you don't care about the noise, or want to try your luck with a volt mod, for $30, it's yours. It includes two 1/2" Barb Fittings, a pump housing, and two plastic clamps.


Seagate Momentus 7200.2 200GB 2.5" HDD (Sold to Rokkaholik):
Used as a back-up in case my SSD for my laptop fails. Still works great. Selling for $25.


COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus (New and Unopened) (Sold to Rokkaholik):
I bought this at Newegg with a combo deal for real cheap ($12), so I'm selling at $17 (to cover shipping costs). It's $30 plus shipping at Newegg on it's own. I already sold one before that was "used" (see below). Very good cooler for the price, will sufficiently cool any overclocked AM3 CPU adequately.


COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus (No fans) (Sold to pkilway):
I've used this for a while, perfect for any AMD CPU. Here's a link to the product description. You can find one new for $27 with free shipping on Amazon. However, if you want to use your own fan(s) like I did, you can just buy the heatsink from me for $13.

Note: Using a Noctua NF-D12 fan in just a push configuration, it only reached 50C max temps with Prime95 on a 4.0GHz overclocked 1090T (125W TDP) using OCZ Freeze thermal compound. Also, I only have 1 set of hinges to fit on a fan, but I might be able to find the other set of hinges somewhere so you can put on a 2nd fan. You can always request another one from Cooler Master, they'll probably ship one to you for free.

Also, if you really need a fan, I can put on a decent 120mm fan for $4 more.


Thermaltake BlacX N0028USU External Hard Drive SATA Enclosure Docking Station 2.5" & 3.5" USB 2.0 (Sold to Locutus):
I still have this thing unopened from a combo deal at Newegg. I already have one, no sense in needing another... though I could find a use for it if I tried. Selling for $15.


Two Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 80GB 3.5" HDD's (Sold to Rokkaholik):
My girlfriend's old HDD's. Still in good working condition. Selling the pair for $10.


[s]Dynex Enhanced Wireless G Desktop Card (Sold to IVIYTH0S):
Used, no longer needed, uses PCI slot. $8 or buy with any other item, $5.

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:36 AM

OMFG I would've bought that i7 920 in a heartbeat! God I wish I was here sooner! :( Bump for great prices! (P.S. You don't happen to have any more i7s do you? :biggrin:)

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:45 AM

OMFG I would've bought that i7 920 in a heartbeat! God I wish I was here sooner! :( Bump for great prices! (P.S. You don't happen to have any more i7s do you? :biggrin:)

If the sale doesn't go through (supposed to meet him after work tonight), I'll let you know in case you're still interested.

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 07:13 AM

If the sale doesn't go through (supposed to meet him after work tonight), I'll let you know in case you're still interested.


:D If it doesn't go through consider it sold! TO ME! :P

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 07:17 AM

:D If it doesn't go through consider it sold! TO ME! :P

Lol, I'll let you know by tonight.

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 08:51 AM

Lol, I'll let you know by tonight.


Alright, thanks :)

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 04:40 PM

Bump. Updated with 30 minute stress tests, pictures of the front and back of the CPU's, and price adjustment for one of them.

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Posted 13 September 2010 - 09:30 AM

Both Phenom II x3 720's sold to playah. Only the AM3 motherboard left, should arrive in a week or so. I'll test it out and bump this thread when it's verified working.

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 12:13 PM

Added two 550W PSU's for sale.

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 09:23 AM

Added a very nice webcam.

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 10:07 AM

I might be interested in both of those PSUs....

I could actually use them for the kids builds
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Posted 15 September 2010 - 12:06 PM

Cool, just let me know. I have new PSU's coming tomorrow, but am using them now, so you can see them being used now if you want to make sure they're working via webcam.