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It's all come down to this boys and girls, I have had a real good run here at OCN and I would like to personally thank each and every one of you who has helped me pursue this hobby.

But, the time has now come for me to take my leave and move on to other things, I'll be in a dorm soon and as much as I would love to do it, I just can't take this entire setup with me.

I love this rig to death and I would like to ask whoever owns it next to take good care of it.

The specs are as stated in the sig rig and I'm parting with all of it, including the displays.



Pictures here(minus the GTX470, it runs a 560 now):














Watercooling consists of:

+ Thermalright 120.3
+ DD Res
+ MCP655
+ Swiftech GTZ
+ Tygon tubing
+ Primochill liquid
+ Various fittings and barbs
+ Enzotech Sapphire Series Waterblock for the chipset
+ Scythe S-Flex
+ 2 industrial grade 38mmx120mm fans on the rad
+ All running off a Lamptron fan speed controller

And there is a Scythe KazeJjyuni 1900RPM mounted right on the bench


On the case there is a Blu Ray + HD-DVD Burner/Reader combo as well as a 12in1 memory stick/SD card reader

I run the CPU at around 4.2-4.3GHz HT ON 24/7 at 1.34-1.37v and I have not had a single problem with it ever. 4.55GHz is the highest I have ever tried to reach on it.

The GTX560 Ti is under a 2 year FULL warranty from Memory Express, if you brick it flashing it or fry it overclocking it(as long as there is no physical wear), they will replace it free of charge no questions asked. If the card is discontinued they will replace it with the next in line, IE: GTX 660.



The test bench was crafted by the maestro Syrillian(Rest in peace my friend) back in January-Feb this year and it truly is a work of art. I approached him about it around this time last year and he generously agreed to craft it for me. Trust me, his work does not disappoint.

I wish to sell this entire system as a whole, but prices for individual items would be great too. I have been away from the community for quite a while and have not been caught up with prices.

Thanks!
post #2 of 10
It's more work, but you'll get more money for parting it out. People here like to build their own rigs because we all know how to

If the 920 is a D0 stepping CPU (which it sounds like it is): $160-180
560Ti: ~$150-175
1TB drives ~$60-80 depending on age
RAM: $45-70
Tech bench: priceless
Monitors: ~$150-200 easy, more if people are looking for 16:10 screens

The watercooling parts I'm not as sure about, but I'd be interested in buying the CPU block, pump, rad (depending on the exact one), and possibly mobo blocks (if you know if they'll fit the Formula version of that motherboard) if the prices are right.
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post #3 of 10
Don't sell the tech bench, mate. If you do, auction it on OCN and donate the proceeds to a cancer foundation.

Dorm or not, rig or not, doesn't mean you can't still post and hang out with us here!
 
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post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by 8ight View Post
Don't sell the tech bench, mate. If you do, auction it on OCN and donate the proceeds to a cancer foundation.

Dorm or not, rig or not, doesn't mean you can't still post and hang out with us here!
Agreed
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by CTRLurself [Knyte Custom] View Post
It's more work, but you'll get more money for parting it out. People here like to build their own rigs because we all know how to

If the 920 is a D0 stepping CPU (which it sounds like it is): $160-180
560Ti: ~$150-175
1TB drives ~$60-80 depending on age
RAM: $45-70
Tech bench: priceless
Monitors: ~$150-200 easy, more if people are looking for 16:10 screens

The watercooling parts I'm not as sure about, but I'd be interested in buying the CPU block, pump, rad (depending on the exact one), and possibly mobo blocks (if you know if they'll fit the Formula version of that motherboard) if the prices are right.
Thanks, is that the price per monitor? Or both together?

As for the part out, I know I would probably get a bit more, but at present, I don't think I will have the time to wait on all the parts to sell.

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Originally Posted by 8ight View Post
Don't sell the tech bench, mate. If you do, auction it on OCN and donate the proceeds to a cancer foundation.

Dorm or not, rig or not, doesn't mean you can't still post and hang out with us here!
I definitely will try to get on here when I have time.

Unfortunately I am not currently in a financially viable position to pursue such an endeavor with the test bench. If I was, I would definitely auction it off or even keep it for a later build after I finish school, because, it's not exactly something I'll be able to ever own again.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by PhaedraCorruption View Post
If I was, I would definitely auction it off or even keep it for a later build after I finish school, because, it's not exactly something I'll be able to ever own again.
Never again? I'm sure once you get out of school and settle down you'll be able to.
 
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KeyboardPowerCase
Integrated Big 'ol brick M4700 chassis 
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post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by PhaedraCorruption View Post
Thanks, is that the price per monitor? Or both together?

As for the part out, I know I would probably get a bit more, but at present, I don't think I will have the time to wait on all the parts to sell.
Per monitor. If you only wanted $200 for the pair I'd but them in a heartbeat, those are great screens

And you don't have to get rid of your desktop for a dorm, I had a pretty baller setup in my dorm at college and I had less than a 10x10 bedroom


I wouldn't sell the techbench if you can avoid it as you won't really get a chance to own one again, selling the rest of the computer off of it for the money is understandable if you really need the cash though.
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post #8 of 10
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Never again? I'm sure once you get out of school and settle down you'll be able to.
Thats what the owner of Papa Johns did with the Camaro he sold to fund his pizza making business He got back last year in almost prime condition!

I assume you're going to college since you said dorm? Yea, school can get a bit tight on money That watercooling gear can net you in a good $200 with the right pricing.
post #9 of 10
I was not fortunate enough to be around here much when Syrillian was. I got to see some of this last few projects come alive while watching his work logs. He was a brilliant man with a LOT of talent. You have a piece of OCN history. I honestly would just keep it. It means a lot the community. You should get a decent amount of money just from all that hardware. If you end up selling it, you will probably regret it later.

Whatever you do is up to you though. At least you are offering it to the community.

post #10 of 10
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Well, I'll rethink selling this system with the test bench but I would still appreciate an appraisal on the rest of the hardware

Thanks.

EDIT:nvm, got the appraisal I needed from a friend.
Edited by PhaedraCorruption - 10/12/11 at 5:56pm
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