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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 05:16 PM - Thread Starter
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Cpu block, southbridge block, and 120mm radiator

Bykski cpu mtx-c block Very lightly used. Nickel plated top and base. Comes with intel backplate. Not 100% sure which sockets it fits exactly but looks like it can do most intel and AMD judging from the mounting bracket. $34 shipped

HEATKILLER SB Rev3.0 LT chipset block Came from a kit for the ASUS P8Z77-V motherboard but looks like it should fit other southbridges too. $15 shipped

120mm copper radiator One of the ports is at an angle probably due to a manufacturing defect but it still works fine. Havent used it in years and it looks like theres some dried up red dyed liquid inside so it'll probably need a flush. $20 shipped SOLD

Prices are negotiable. US buyers with Paypal only.
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Is the rad full copper? Brand/model?
If not full copper, what are the materials of the:
-Tubes
-Chambers
-Fittings
-Fins
-Brazing

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