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4.2ghz stable gaming rig core i7 930 brand new everything

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April 7, 2010 11:50:13 PM

hey guys im selling my gaming rig, i just built it and its a beast as well as extremely quiet until you crank up the 95cfm fan. 1700obo

Motherboard: Asus P6TD Deluxe
Memory: Super Talent Chrome Series DDR3 6GB (3x2GB)(1600mhz)(7-7-7-20)
Processor: Intel Core i7 930 overclocked to 4.2ghz (stable, 24hrs in prime 95 max temp was 74C)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 w/ extra 120mm 95cfm fan w/ speed controller (bestcooler evar!!!! better than H50 by far
Thermal Compound: Indigo Extreme TIM (Consistently 2-3C cooler than any other TIM)
Case: Cooler Master HAF 922 Midtower
Hard Drives: 2x Seagate 750gb 7200rpm HDDs in RAID 0 (1.5TB total space running twice as fast as a single drive)
Video Card: eVGA GT 220 1GB DDR3 w/ HDMI out, VGA out, DVI out
Fans: 200mm w/ RED LED Front, 200mm Top, 120mm Rear, 120mm Side, 40mm Northbridge, 1 140mm and 2 120mm fans on CPU.
Lan: Dual Gigabit
Audio: 7.1 Surround
Front Ports: 2x USB, 1x Fireware, 1x eSATA, Stereo Out, Mic In
Optical Drive: Samsung DVD-+RW w/ Lightscribe
Software: Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Microsoft Office 2010 Professional x64, and many more
Warranties: Everything has a minimum of a year warranty on it

This computer is seriously the best you can get as far as air cooling, it could use a better video card setup but honestly thats its only downfall. I will guarantee everything on it for a month, after that you gotta go to the manufacturer. If anyone has any questions email me at

April 8, 2010 1:40:25 AM

i7 OCed to 4.2GHz with a GT220 O_o
April 8, 2010 2:24:53 AM

lol ya, but honestly i never know what people want as far as video setups go, so i just put in an inexpensive card, this setup is ready for triple sli, or crossfirex
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April 8, 2010 3:12:53 AM

What vcore is it stable at 4.2?
April 8, 2010 3:23:19 AM


i want to add that this is under the Intel recommended voltage of 1.35
April 9, 2010 6:59:30 PM

no one is interested! This rig is awesome, and brand new. Why have the risk of possibly getting a processor that will hit these kinds of numbers. Bump, and shoot me an offer.
April 25, 2010 2:19:07 PM

$200 bump
April 27, 2010 3:15:53 AM

WTF man, I could build that system brand new for around $500 less than what you're asking for it. I built a i7 HD5870 rig with a much better mobo (P6X58D Premium) for $1600, $100 less than what you're asking, but your rig has 220 graphics. Surely you aren't serious.

I'll offer you $201 and give you a free bump.