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WTD: Watercooling bits £100.00

hugobosslives Avatar
2y, 3w agoPosted 2 years, 3 weeks agoFeedback:7 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
So bit of a niche post but I'm looking for some parts for my watercooled loop

If you have any left over from old builds or stuff you never got around to making that would be awesome :)

Most importantly looking for a new pump/res and radiators

I like the tube res pump combos, particularity the D5 pump but will consider others. Preferably able to pump through 700mm ish of rad space (eg 2x360) and the usual cpu+gpu blocks.

Cheap radiators. I could most do with 2 360s or dual 280+360. Please list the model and then I can go and find the dimensions, fins per inch, etc.

Stuff I always want:

115x Waterblocks (so 1155,1556,1550 they such all work on the same mountings)
Other water blocks may interest me as I have lots of mounting parts left over
Unused hosing (preferably 16/10,16/11,16/13) but other diameters may be fine if they are also common fittings
Connectors: prefer compressions but all fittings are useful (eg barbs, clamps)
Proper watercooling (eg high static pressure) fans. If you have spares I'll take them :)

Thanks for looking and sorry if that all meant nothing to you :D
Shipping/Payment:
In Southampton for 2 weeks then back in Birmingham

Postage is also fine
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2y, 3w agoPosted 2 years, 3 weeks agoFeedback:7 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have this kit for sale if you're interested (around birmingham area also)

http://www.xs-pc.com/watercooling-kits-750-pump/raystorm-750-rx360-v3-watercooling-kit
#2
coerce86
I have this kit for sale if you're interested (around birmingham area also)

http://www.xs-pc.com/watercooling-kits-750-pump/raystorm-750-rx360-v3-watercooling-kit
Sounds a bit expensive but it is the sort of thing im looking for; how much and how long have you used it etc? :)
#3
hugobosslives
coerce86
I have this kit for sale if you're interested (around birmingham area also)

http://www.xs-pc.com/watercooling-kits-750-pump/raystorm-750-rx360-v3-watercooling-kit
Sounds a bit expensive but it is the sort of thing im looking for; how much and how long have you used it etc? :)

Happy to sell the bits you're after. I won it from a comp about a year ago but haven't had chance to use it (so all unused in boxes), happy to split parts from it if you want. Let me know what you're after and I'll price bits up
#4
I have a koolance full tower case, control block/3xfans on top and display with all hose and reservoir. With clear acrylic side case on one side

Bought for console project and never used- tested before and ice cold

Will try to get pics if interested- think model is pc2..
#5
coerce86

Not the biggest fan of those res/pump/bay combos. Much prefer the tube ones. But price me the whole thing as well as just the price for the radiator and cpu block separately please :) I'm not in a rush but if its a good price I'll definitely consider it :)
#6
scimitar
I have a koolance full tower case, control block/3xfans on top and display with all hose and reservoir. With clear acrylic side case on one side
Bought for console project and never used- tested before and ice cold
Will try to get pics if interested- think model is pc2..

Trying unsuccessfully to work out what this is haha. Is it one of the early 2000 kits?
#7
I have an XSPC AX360 and AX240 bought in White and 9 Akasa Piranha fans.
Something youd be interested in?
The AX360, does have a few scratches so its not in perfect condition
#8
jony_bobo
I have an XSPC AX360 and AX240 bought in White and 9 Akasa Piranha fans.
Something youd be interested in?
The AX360, does have a few scratches so its not in perfect condition

yep the exact sort of thing i'm looking at. scouring ebay etc for cheap radiators like this haha
#9
hugobosslives
coerce86

Not the biggest fan of those res/pump/bay combos. Much prefer the tube ones. But price me the whole thing as well as just the price for the radiator and cpu block separately please :) I'm not in a rush but if its a good price I'll definitely consider it :)

Not a giant fan of the bay/pump combos either to be honest, would prefer the tube ones too.

For the kit I'd ask for £160 delivered (including pump, rad, waterblock + fittings)

Without pump you can knock £30 off that price.

All are brand new in boxes, waterblock contains fittings for both AMD and Intel.

Edited By: coerce86 on Dec 28, 2014 18:52
#10
hugobosslives
jony_bobo
I have an XSPC AX360 and AX240 bought in White and 9 Akasa Piranha fans.
Something youd be interested in?
The AX360, does have a few scratches so its not in perfect condition

yep the exact sort of thing i'm looking at. scouring ebay etc for cheap radiators like this haha

The AX isnt what Id call cheap anyway :p
Would be looking for £160 for the lot.
Could probably be tempted to thrown in my EK DDC Xres 100 PWM for an extra £50.
All boxed and complete.
#11
coerce86

Not a giant fan of the bay/pump combos either to be honest, would prefer the tube ones too.
For the kit I'd ask for £160 delivered (including pump, rad, waterblock + fittings)
Without pump you can knock £30 off that price.
All are brand new in boxes, waterblock contains fittings for both AMD and Intel.

Was expecting closer to £100 as you can get the v4 version of that kit (slightly newer pump) for 140 off watercooling uk

Sorry if i missed something here oO
#12
jony_bobo

The AX isnt what Id call cheap anyway :p
Would be looking for £160 for the lot.
Could probably be tempted to thrown in my EK DDC Xres 100 PWM for an extra £50.
All boxed and complete.

how much are the fans adding to that as I would prefer some new DS fans. And which version is that extra pump/res pump?
#13
hugobosslives
jony_bobo

The AX isnt what Id call cheap anyway :p
Would be looking for £160 for the lot.
Could probably be tempted to thrown in my EK DDC Xres 100 PWM for an extra £50.
All boxed and complete.

how much are the fans adding to that as I would prefer some new DS fans. And which version is that extra pump/res pump?

£40 for the fans.
For the pump/res, it this apart from the tube is 100 instead of 140.
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/pumps-and-accessories/pumps/ek-ddc-series-pumps/ek-ddc-3-2-pwm-x-res-140.html
#14
hugobosslives
coerce86

Not a giant fan of the bay/pump combos either to be honest, would prefer the tube ones too.
For the kit I'd ask for £160 delivered (including pump, rad, waterblock + fittings)
Without pump you can knock £30 off that price.
All are brand new in boxes, waterblock contains fittings for both AMD and Intel.

Was expecting closer to £100 as you can get the v4 version of that kit (slightly newer pump) for 140 off watercooling uk

Sorry if i missed something here oO

Worked out the price by adding up parts individually (Cheapest prices for the wateblock are c£50, RX360 radiator c£85, res/bay £60 for the v4, plus fittings/tubing etc.)

Can't see this exact kit on ocuk
#15
coerce86

Worked out the price by adding up parts individually (Cheapest prices for the wateblock are c£50, RX360 radiator c£85, res/bay £60 for the v4, plus fittings/tubing etc.)
Can't see this exact kit on ocuk

is it not this one? http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-RayStorm-750-EX360V4-Pump-WaterCooling-Kit_41874.html
#16
jony_bobo

£40 for the fans.
For the pump/res, it this apart from the tube is 100 instead of 140

hmm these look perfect but I was trying to do this on a budget and these all seem a bit expensive haha.

so just to be straight, you're offering the pump/res 3.2 and 360/240 for 170?
#17
Yup, they're currently in my loop so will take a few days to disassemble.
You in any rush as I may need to wait for my new bits before being able to disassemble.
Sorry, forgot to mention delivery on top, but should be about £5 with myHermes.
#18
jony_bobo
Yup, they're currently in my loop so will take a few days to disassemble.
You in any rush as I may need to wait for my new bits before being able to disassemble.
Sorry, forgot to mention delivery on top, but should be about £5 with myHermes.

Yeah no rush mate. Haven't decided whether I want to bite the bullet and get expensive rads as opposed to cheap old ones of ebay. How long has the pump been used?
#19
hugobosslives
jony_bobo
Yup, they're currently in my loop so will take a few days to disassemble.
You in any rush as I may need to wait for my new bits before being able to disassemble.
Sorry, forgot to mention delivery on top, but should be about £5 with myHermes.

Yeah no rush mate. Haven't decided whether I want to bite the bullet and get expensive rads as opposed to cheap old ones of ebay. How long has the pump been used?

Its been in my system around 3 months but was in another build since April 2014, I have been using red dye on it but will give it a good flush, also has a couple of those hairline "cracks" which I think are common in tube res, doesnt affect performance one bit though.

Let me know as Im eyeing up a few replacement gear and might need to bite the bullet just in case I miss it :D

Edited By: jony_bobo on Dec 29, 2014 10:45
#20
Can i ask why you are upgrading? Need different size rads or something?
#21
Yeah, just need thicker rads.
case can house a 360 monstaa and 240 ut60 while being a matx factor :D
#22
hugobosslives
coerce86

Worked out the price by adding up parts individually (Cheapest prices for the wateblock are c£50, RX360 radiator c£85, res/bay £60 for the v4, plus fittings/tubing etc.)
Can't see this exact kit on ocuk

is it not this one? http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-RayStorm-750-EX360V4-Pump-WaterCooling-Kit_41874.html

Kit's similar but different rad. Also open to offers =]
#23
So i've been adding up some finances and I don't think is quite worth me doing on this particular rig right now. Would have to get a custom block done for my msi gtx 770 as no current blocks fit. Add this to the £200 loop and it would be better off swapping the card. If these were cheap 20-30 quid battered up radiators I'd get them and wait until I'm back in work to get the rest. Unfortunately I'm a student until the summer and can't justfy it. Sorry.

I'll keep looking for cheap rads for when I can get a 970 cheap etc :)
#24
Yup - http://koolance.com/pc2-601w-liquid-cooling-system-white

That's prob closest to the cooling case/unit
#25
hugobosslives
So i've been adding up some finances and I don't think is quite worth me doing on this particular rig right now. Would have to get a custom block done for my msi gtx 770 as no current blocks fit. Add this to the £200 loop and it would be better off swapping the card. If these were cheap 20-30 quid battered up radiators I'd get them and wait until I'm back in work to get the rest. Unfortunately I'm a student until the summer and can't justfy it. Sorry.

I'll keep looking for cheap rads for when I can get a 970 cheap etc :)

that's what student loan is for :p
anyways, good luck with the build, Ill just be sticking to my current setup then.
#26
scimitar
Yup - http://koolance.com/pc2-601w-liquid-cooling-system-white
That's prob closest to the cooling case/unit

Ill be taking down my loop in a couple of days, so let me know if you're interested in the pump/res combo on its own.
#27
jony_bobo

Ill be taking down my loop in a couple of days, so let me know if you're interested in the pump/res combo on its own.

where you based in case collection works? might persuade me :p
#28
Belfast, Northern Ireland :p
Could throw in 3 fans too.
#29
Oh right. Thats a bit far :p

Haha what are the fans?
#30
Akasa Piranhas :D
Also have some Mayhems Pastel Ice White unused, got 2L of the stuff.
£64inc for the pump/res and 3 fans
and £27inc for the coolant.
#31
If I was to offer you £150inc for the 2 rads, pump/res, 1L of ice white and 3 fans would I be too low? :(
#32
hugobosslives
If I was to offer you £150inc for the 2 rads, pump/res, 1L of ice white and 3 fans would I be too low? :(

Yeah Im afraid it's a brave bit low.
#33
jony_bobo

Yeah Im afraid it's a brave bit low.

dam, without the fans? :D
#34
Sorry still too low.
Price for both rads are £120
Pump is £50
3 Fans is £14
1L Ice White £14
That equates to £198, I can let it go for £188.
#35
jony_bobo
Sorry still too low.
Price for both rads are £120
Pump is £50
3 Fans is £14
1L Ice White £14
That equates to £198, I can let it go for £188.

I also have a 7970/280x EK nickel CSQ waterblock just in case it fits your current card.
#36
sorry. really can't afford this right now. Would have probably pulled the trigger working it out in my head as:
£105 rads
£45 pump
£10ish (as coolant new is 14)
then with your ten quid discount plus free fans = 150 haha
Don't worry. I'll keep looking. Probs for the best knowing my bank account 8)
#37
jony_bobo

I also have a 7970/280x EK nickel CSQ waterblock just in case it fits your current card.

I'm running with MSI GTX 770 which doesn't have normal blocks :(

might have to swap this...

Edited By: hugobosslives on Jan 02, 2015 21:11
#38
Heh, no worries.
Add another £15 and you got a deal :p
#39
hugobosslives
sorry. really can't afford this right now. Would have probably pulled the trigger working it out in my head as:
£105 rads
£45 pump
£10ish (as coolant new is 14)
then with your ten quid discount plus free fans = 150 haha
Don't worry. I'll keep looking. Probs for the best knowing my bank account 8)

Any thoughts on my offer?
knocking off £20 off my price plus the original £10 is just too cheeky :p
So, Ill give you this
Rads + pump + coolant = £160inc all in.
Im sure you can afford that other £10, just sacrifice a night of takeaway food :D
#40
jony_bobo

Any thoughts on my offer?
knocking off £20 off my price plus the original £10 is just too cheeky :p
So, Ill give you this
Rads + pump + coolant = £160inc all in.
Im sure you can afford that other £10, just sacrifice a night of takeaway food :D

ahh your tempting me
is that 2 litres of the coolant for 160?
or could i add 3 fans as well if it was 170?

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