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#193 Waco

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Posted 17 August 2012 - 07:44 PM

I doubt that. I bet I'd be the only one to feel the wrath.

Anyway - back to El_Capitan's great deals! :D
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Posted 18 August 2012 - 12:00 AM

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 1 unit for $2.25, or 4 units for $8.00 shipped.


Awesome op-amps! I think I still have one or two leftover from my old sound card, plus the one in it. :lol:

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#195 El_Capitan

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 07:17 AM

Bump. Price drop on the GTX 590 to $490. Remember, trades and offers are welcome!

If anyone is looking for deals on 96GB, 120GB, 240/256GB SSD's, let me know.

I think the 96GB's are Kingston SSDNow V+100's (have to double check), and I could let them go for $62 shipped, and I have a couple of 120GB's which are the OCZ Vertex 3, Patriot Pyro SE, and Corsair Force GT, which I could let go for $82 shipped.

The 240GB's are the SanDisk Ultra and SanDisk Extremes, and the 256GB's are the Crucial M4's.

SanDisk Ultra - $170 shipped
SanDisk Extreme - $180 shipped
Crucial M4 - $180 shipped

Edited by El_Capitan, 20 August 2012 - 07:53 AM.


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Posted 22 August 2012 - 04:47 AM

The Vertex 3.

Do you have 2? and how much would it cost to ship to Canada?

#197 El_Capitan

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 10:18 PM

Bump. New items and price drops.

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

Edited by El_Capitan, 12 September 2012 - 10:21 PM.


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Posted 13 September 2012 - 03:56 AM

LOL now you post this after I've needed some hard drives LOL
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#199 El_Capitan

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Posted 29 September 2012 - 10:23 AM

Bump. Everything's still up for grabs.

I also grabbed benchmarks on the EVGA GTX 590 Classified at stock and OC with stock voltage.

Overclocked, it's slightly faster than an overclocked (with upped voltages) GTX 680 and overclocked HD 7970 (not at 1.3V's). On my LAN rig, full GPU load didn't push it over 525 Watts from the wall. Benefit over a single GTX 680 and HD 7970 is PhysX.
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Edited by El_Capitan, 29 September 2012 - 10:25 AM.