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September 21, 2011, 02:58:15 AM
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Shipping is via FedEx Home Delivery within the US. All items are working and sold as is. I am located in Chico, CA and accept Amazon Payments and MOs. No PayPal.
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$175 shipped - Sony Ericsson Xperia X10a (Sensuous Black) w/8GB microSD - 8.1MP camera, 854 x 480 LCD, 4" display, 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 1500mAH battery, 720p HD video. Upgraded to the latest Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread with Xrecovery installed. Very good condition, kept in silicon cover with OEM screen protector from day 1. Pop in your SIM card and you are ready to go. No dented corners, a few barely noticeable scuffs at the top right. Screen protector has many fine scratches, but not noticeable while in use and cheap to replace. Using SetCPU, I averaged about 5 days of battery life with minimal use. Locked to AT&T - you can purchase unlock codes online, if you want to use on T-Mobile or internationally. This is a GSM phone so will not work on Verizon/Sprint (CDMA).



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$65 shipped (SOLD to Blue Marker) - EK 5870 (FC5870) Acetal + Copper Waterblock - Used, reference water block.
$50 shipped (SOLD to NubPC) - ASRock M3A770DE AM3 (140w) CrossfireX Motherboard - Retail boxed w/all accessories.
$65 shipped (SOLD to MadHacker) - EK 5870 (FC5870) Acrylic + Nickel-Plated Waterblock - Used, reference water block.
$275 shipped (SOLD to MadHacker) - Sapphire HD 5870 2GB Eyefinity 6 Edition - Includes card plus 3 x Mini Displayport -> Displayport adapters, 1 x Mini Displayport -> HDMI adapter, 1 x Mini Displayport -> DVI adapter, 1 x Molex -> 6-pin PCI-E adapter, 1 x Molex -> 8-pin PCI-E adapter, driver CD and manual.
$55 shipped (SOLD) - Sansa Fuze 8GB & 4GB Transcend MicroSD card - New from RMA. Retail boxed, includes a 4GB transcend MicroSD card + SD card adapter, data/power cable, earphones, etc. No idea what version of software it uses. Probably 2.0.
$425 shipped (SOLD to Inaba) - Diamond HD 5970 2GB  w/Accelero Xtreme 5970 & Thermalright TR-VRM-R4 - Includes retail heatsink. TR-VRM-R4 has been dremeled to fit on the 5970. Keeps the main bank of VRMs much cooler than stock with included adjustable Enermax fan. This allowed overclocking to 900MHz on one core. 3 VRMs for the second core are under the heatsink, so are unable to be cooled further. This is the quietest option, next to watercooling.

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Might be interested in the 5970 package. Which heatsink is on the 5970 atm?

With great video cards comes great power consumption.
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Might be interested in the 5970 package. Which heatsink is on the 5970 atm?
Right now the Accelero with the Accelero VRM cooler. I was considering putting on the retail sink before shipping.
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You are indeed WiCked Cool Strapped for cash and the wolves are on their pray.  Missed out on the water blocks Sad
Wicked's a solid seller, purchased 2x5870's from him ~ a month ago, great packaging and everything is as described, he's a moderator at a forum I frequent. You can buy with confidence no matter your form of payment to him.

"A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining, but wants it back the minute it begins to rain." - Mark Twain
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You are indeed WiCked Cool Strapped for cash and the wolves are on their pray.  Missed out on the water blocks Sad
Wicked's a solid seller, purchased 2x5870's from him ~ a month ago, great packaging and everything is as described, he's a moderator at a forum I frequent. You can buy with confidence no matter your form of payment to him.
Thanks, Slave. Wink
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