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Jaydu August 24, 2012 04:21 PM

I7-920 under water
 
I7-920DO koolance block cpu-340
2x MSI N460GTX 1g koolance blocks VID-NX460
Gigabyte G1- Sniper 1366 Motherboard
6g 3x2g also under water block unknown bought used
2x RX240 rads with Gentle Typhoons AP-15 push/pull on one rad and just pull on the other 7 fans in total one as a rear intake
Res is a koolance RP401x2 with a signal MCP-355 pump
Hard drives are ADAtA 128g x2 SX900 SSD less then 3 months on the drives
PSUis Seasonic x-series 850 gold
Cosmos 1000 case modded to fit the second rad
Hose is uv green xspc and all fittings are bitspower except 3 witch are koolance (the 2 90s and the sli) connector
what would you think this would be worth.

Jaydu August 25, 2012 05:24 AM

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thought i should add some pictures. I need to finish the wire management but just do not have time to get to it.

dandelioneater August 25, 2012 10:16 AM

How's the temperatures now that you have put everything under water? Alot better than air I would imagine. Once you get those cables taken care of, the system should look pretty slick.

sswilson August 25, 2012 12:26 PM

You're probably going to want to part it out. Unless you know somebody who's drooling over your rig and wants to pay you for a pre-WC'd rig, there isn't a huge market.

I'd put the mobo/cpu/mem combo somewhere around $300 - $350, although that might be a bit on the high end.


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