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Originally Posted by Trito View Post

Hey guys.
Ever since I saw @emsj86 build I really want to get my hands on two EK-CSQ 90 degree adapters either black or black nickel. Maybe anyone has two left. I am in Europe but would pay for shipping as well.
If not maybe anyone knows where I could get my hands on them?

Thanks thumb.gif

Im probably going to regret this but TT sells a similiar fitting:

http://ttpremium.com/product/pacific-g14-90-degree-adapter-black/

Probaby why EK discontinued them.
 
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Im probably going to regret this but TT sells a similiar fitting:

http://ttpremium.com/product/pacific-g14-90-degree-adapter-black/

Probaby why EK discontinued them.

Not following you. Why regret? (Because of Thermaltake?)

But thanks +1. If I don't find anyone selling EK ones I will go for this and somehow remote TT logo as this is better looking than monsoon ones. thumb.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

Im probably going to regret this but TT sells a similiar fitting:

http://ttpremium.com/product/pacific-g14-90-degree-adapter-black/

Probaby why EK discontinued them.

No need to go in to the Thermalfakecopy products thumb.gif There are still shops across Europe that have the CSQ in stock:

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/EK-Water-Blocks-EK-CSQ-Adapter-90-Degree-G14-Black_38111.html

http://www.aquapc.com/loja/produto.php?p=8906
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

I used Revolvers on copper and they are great. Don't let the single o-ring deter you, the design really grips the tube. I didn't use anything but water to assemble, and you don't have to worry about cutting the o-ring when assembling since you can slide it over the tube prior to assembly. I've never had a single drip from any Revolvers even from the initial test.

That's a positive! Thank you.
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No need to go in to the Thermalfakecopy products thumb.gif There are still shops across Europe that have the CSQ in stock:

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/EK-Water-Blocks-EK-CSQ-Adapter-90-Degree-G14-Black_38111.html

http://www.aquapc.com/loja/produto.php?p=8906

I would rather not as well biggrin.gif
They show it as in stock but instead of "buy" button there is "This product is currently out of stock or EOL, please contact us for an ETA."
Sent them an email few h ago. Will see, maybe they still got few.

E:
Regarding AquaPC, their website seems extremely sketchy. Do you think they are safe to buy from?
 
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ebay

craiglist

help ocn community (with noble intentions) get 35 reps, sell here

evga.com need 40 posts to sell

hardforum (probably one of the best market in a forum), you need 100 posts (I've yet to reach this since I seldom use it)

techpowerup.com also has a market I think you need certain amount of posts. I rarely use this forum but I love their hardware site smile.gif



Now, most of these sites don't prohibit you from contacting a member about their wanted ads. So this is another way you can get rid of your hardware. Just read the terms and conditions for each forum's market as they're all different for access/buy/sell. Ebay tends to sell pretty strong for water cooling parts but what kills it is the fees you end up paying at the end (plus shipping, packaging, and paypal....frown.gif). Craiglist is very sketchy. I've tried it for computer stuff, and it sucks. For other things like furniture, tools, fish tanks, clothes (actually, wife uses facebook trading), etc. that stuff sells. Its tempting since you hear of insane deals for expensive hardware. Usually, its probably a pissed off ex girlfriend tongue.gif..

One bit of advise, try not to "seek" reps here as they do frown upon that. Just help if you can, check unresponded posts, or add to topic you know or have experience about. I had no idea about the rep requirements for the market and in my first year, I got enough to start selling here. Someone just casually said, selling it here and I had enough reps for it. Same thing happened at evga.com.

If you're desperate to get rid of it, ebay is your best option though its always a gamble as a seller (and dealing w/ a few crappy buyers). If you hold on to them, it probably will depreciate, though some items may still sell strong. Despite the age of Monsta rads, they still sell for a good Ben + for used ones (480mm).

Good luck and have fun here and it usually pays off sooner or later. Still, the market can be as complex as ebay, just keep that in mind smile.gif.


My 2cents.gif


Btw, if you wanna do freebies, just check the rules for each forum on that. Some members can really benefit from hardware that some of us have no use and its just collecting dust.



Edit: on topic (crappy) pic



Rads are gonna be refurbished first, about of half of them need a bit of re-freshening. Maybe in gold and green ....thinking.gif

Lol you and super detailed responses

I"m not interested in selling my 480s, as they where a gift to me. I have a rough understanding of how the market works, thank you for clearing it up a bit, but I was looking for a project to to. I mean, a mining rig would not benifit at all from these cards, I already have a system, etc. Right now they are just sitting on my shelf, I don't really want them to go to waste.

Yeah I've had a mix of experiences with ebay, craigslist, etc. I totally scored once and got 4 750tis for ~$200, they worked just fine. The dude I bought them from had a mining rig for about a month and didn't use it anymore, and when we met he though what I was doing for my age was pretty cool so he threw in an extra card for free.

On the other spectrum I've had sellers not respond to my inquiries, requests , etc. I guess it's just miss or hit, really.
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I"m not interested in selling my 480s, as they where a gift to me. I have a rough understanding of how the market works, thank you for clearing it up a bit, but I was looking for a project to to. I mean, a mining rig would not benifit at all from these cards, I already have a system, etc. Right now they are just sitting on my shelf, I don't really want them to go to waste.

youll learn that just because something was a gift doesnt mean you have to hang onto it until you die. a gift is only something you dont have to buy yourself.
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youll learn that just because something was a gift doesnt mean you have to hang onto it until you die. a gift is only something you dont have to buy yourself.

yes that's a good point, however, these could be potentially useful to me. Not only are they fully functional but they have water blocks. Plus, these where given to me from a super cool guy, goes by the name of James, he won a NV mod competition a few years ago, and hearing that I was getting into modding and messing with computers he gifted me them. He'res his build and log



http://www.nvidia.com/content/nvision2008/case_mod.html

So, I want to put these to use instead of just giving them away.
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