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Hey guys, well i decided to take down my water cooling since i will be getting a new setup in the spring. Everything is in working order as of when i took it down 2 days ago. All of the parts are approx. 2 years old. Id like appraisals for single parts as well as the entire package. I would much rather ship everything together and would offer a great discount for that. Thanks for the help.

Swiftech micro res with fat boys
450

Swiftech D5 Vario
450

Swiftech GTZ CPU block
450
450
450

Black Ice GTX480 quad double thick radiator with custom built box and 4 x 3krpm ultra kaze fans
450
450
450
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$10 if you are lucky for the res. I've seen a few people give them away. You may be better off to sell the barbs and give away the res.

$50 for the pump. I've seen some sell pretty cheap, but for some reason people still snag these up so you may get more if you are patient.

No idea on the block, but $35 should be a good place to start. It really depends on what is out there at the time.

The rad you may be better off selling without the stand as someone may not want it and they surely don't want to pay for the extra shipping.
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MyDigitalSSD BP4 256GB mSATA SSD (OS) Seagate Backup Plus 4TB Desktop External Hard D... Seagate Backup Plus 3TB Desktop External Hard D... Thermaltake Slim X3 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
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$10 if you are lucky for the res. I've seen a few people give them away. You may be better off to sell the barbs and give away the res.
$50 for the pump. I've seen some sell pretty cheap, but for some reason people still snag these up so you may get more if you are patient.
No idea on the block, but $35 should be a good place to start. It really depends on what is out there at the time.
The rad you may be better off selling without the stand as someone may not want it and they surely don't want to pay for the extra shipping.

Eh the rad goes with the box. I am not tearing up the box to get the rad out. The box has many added benefits and i can sell it to the right person. I already had a good idea about most of the parts, the main thing I wanted appraised was the radbox. If someone where to buy the radbox and pump i wouldn't mind giving them the res and block. This was a $150 radiator brand new. If I could find someone to give me around 150 for the entire bundle shipped that would be lovely. But I mainly wanted to see if people thought the radbox would be worth that much.
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