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Old 10-08-04, 06:02 PM   #1
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Default Evga 6800 Ultra, 2x512MB OCZ 3700EB, Athlon 64 3500+, Asus A8V rev 2.0

-Bought the new 90nm 3200 to play with... So I don't need this anymore. It's the retail version used less than a month and comes with retail fan, sticker, box... etc. Overclocked for about a week on water at 245x11... of course YMMV. This was on an Asus A8V deluxe and with OCZ 3700 EB.

*Asking 310 dollars shipped.

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- 2x512 MB Dual Channel Kit of PC3700 EB Platinum Edition. This is DISCONTINUTED folks and probably is the best ram out for Athlon64s. No need to explain more.

*asking 320 shipped.

If you are interested in my setup that ran these two awesome components together... I can sell the memory, CPU, and the A8V mobo I have for 700 shipped (saves a ton then buying it at the store.... all are retail so they all have warranty... also.. all have original packaging).

-EVGA 6800 Ulta videocard
I used a modded bios for a workable clock of 450/1.2. You need a good PSU for this clock though. Right now with a Powerstream 520 I have it stable at 480/1.27. Screaming fast.... and faster than any X800 or 6800 that I have ever owned. Of course its on water though. The setup I have for it is an MCW50 w/ Frozencpu ramsinks (attached with superglue on corners and AS5 in the middle) and held together to prevent bending with a Cardkeeper. I'll include everything.... (ramsinks, Cardkeeper, waterblock, waterblock adaptor, original packaging with FAR CRY game) for the price of the Ultra on the market




*asking 530 dollars shipped

By all of these together and be my new best friend as it saves me the hassle...
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Old 10-08-04, 07:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: Evga 6800 Ultra, 2x512MB OCZ 3700EB, Athlon 64 3500+, Asus A8V rev 2.0

just fyi, warranties rarely (if ever) transfer from the original buyer to a second buyer. So your warranties probably wouldnt work for a person that bought it from you.
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Old 10-08-04, 09:11 PM   #3
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Default Re: Evga 6800 Ultra, 2x512MB OCZ 3700EB, Athlon 64 3500+, Asus A8V rev 2.0

You'e kidding me right. I've tradedfor quite some time and it has always worked for me... and this has been for all brands. And for those that don't... that usually involves proof of purchase.... which none of the brands that I am selling require. Only a few select that I know of.

I've bought AMD retail off someoneelse and RMAed it just fine... that goes for Asus, Abit, Corsair, Kingston, OCZ (best warranty around), my job (a memory company) uses many different brands to test their memory... and more often than not.... we get some boards that do fail due to our ordering in bulk. I am not in charge of purchasing... but I still can RMA items provided I have the box and whatever else is necessary.

So I honestly do not understand your "rarely (if ever)" comment since I have pretty much held warranties with most manufacturers through myself as a computer enthusiast as well as through my work.
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