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MCW82 GPU block with two straight 1/2 inch barbs (only nvidia mounting parts for a GTX 480 afaik)

XSPC res / combo pump with two straight 1/2 inch barbs - do not know total usage, looks like its in good condition and is working fine right now in my loop.

XSPC Raystorm block with all mounting hardware with two straight 1/2 inch barbs

RX360 Rad - very few if any fins are bent but the paint it chipping. There was a small leak on one side that was easily repaired with solder 1 year ago. (pics later)

Ultra Kraze 3000RPM fans with 4 pin molex adapter

XSPC Acetal water block (the one that comes with the RX360 kits)


I have a passive heatsink for a GTX 480 that is massive (does not cool the core, thats what the mcw82 is for). I don't remember the model, I will update later.

I'm not in a rush to sell these items but am not sure if I am still into water cooling lol.


Thanks,
Sam
Edited by Mr.N00bLaR - 9/16/12 at 6:03pm
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MCW82 GPU block with two straight 1/2 inch barbs (only nvidia mounting parts for a GTX 480 afaik) $40 Shipped
XSPC res / combo pump with two straight 1/2 inch barbs - do not know total usage, looks like its in good condition and is working fine right now in my loop. ~$35 Shipped
XSPC Raystorm block with all mounting hardware with two straight 1/2 inch barbs ~$40 Shipped
RX360 Rad - very few if any fins are bent but the paint it chipping. There was a small leak on one side that was easily repaired with solder 1 year ago. (pics later) ~$35-$40 Shipped
Ultra Kraze 3000RPM fans with 4 pin molex adapter
I have a passive heatsink for a GTX 480 that is massive (does not cool the core, thats what the mcw82 is for). I don't remember the model, I will update later.
I'm not in a rush to sell these items but am not sure if I am still into water cooling lol.
Thanks,
Sam

Some could be a little more then I listed but none should be less. Hope it helps. thumb.gif
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Bump, forgot to add that I also have the XSPC acetal water block (the one that comes with the RX 360 kit).
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