View Full Version : FS: Complete Watercooling Setup

11-06-2007, 11:34 AM
I am selling the stock watercooling parts from my Thermaltake Kandalf LCS, as I am upgrading the internals but keeping the case because it is dead sexy! ;)

The parts I am selling are a complete water cooling setup for a CPU and is as follows:

CPU Waterblock (http://thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/Upgrade/cl-w0010/cl-w0010.asp) - Copper block with acrylic top and blue LED, with universal mounting hardware
P500 Pump (http://thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/Upgrade/cl-w0132/cl-w0132.asp) /w attached 350cc reservoir
3/8" iTube 9 UV Tubing (http://thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/Upgrade/cl-w0055/cl-w0055.asp) - Cut to fit my system, but generous lengths can fit yours too. I also have 4' of unused DangerDen Clearflex 3/8" tubing to include as well.
2x500cc bottles of Bigwater UV Reactive Coolant (http://thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/Upgrade/cl-w0044/cl-w0044.asp)
3x120mm "Racing Level" Radiator (http://thermaltake.com/product/Liguid/Upgrade/cl-w0098/cl-w0098.asp) (link is for the 2x120 version as they dont sell the 3x120 separately, but its the same technology inside) WITH 3x120mm 17dBa fans (1 blue led, 2 black)

All 3/8" fittings are included and are virtually leak proof when installing because they are compression fittings. These things are amazing, and are by far the easiest installation method ever.

This is an awesome starter kit for anybody interested in watercooling because of how easy it is to setup and maintain. It even performs quite well and can be easily expanded with additional cooling for video cards or chipsets. I have been using this kit for about 6 months on my OC'd E6600 and my temps are about 4 above ambient when idling and about 15 under orthos full dual-core load. (about 25-26 idle and low 40's load for me)

I want to sell this as a complete kit, but if there is little interest I would part out.

Asking $100 for the whole kit. I will have everything uninstalled and cleaned and available in about 2 weeks.

11-06-2007, 04:07 PM
attached a picture.

case not included

11-06-2007, 05:24 PM
will this fit a socket 478?

11-06-2007, 05:47 PM
Yes it will fit s775 and s478 intel cpu's as long as the mobo has the 4 mounting holes thru the board.

It uses a universal back plate and H-plate with 4 thru bolts, just like the Big Typhoon

11-07-2007, 03:31 PM
PMs replied.

11-12-2007, 04:32 PM
my other buyer didnt work out... its up for sale and goes to the first one with cash who picks it up...

pm me if interested

11-13-2007, 02:20 AM

11-13-2007, 10:33 AM
pm's replied

11-13-2007, 08:20 PM
everything is now uninstalled and ready for immediate pickup

pm me if you want it

11-15-2007, 04:36 PM
pm's replied.

a few people interested but first $100 takes it

11-15-2007, 04:46 PM
Pm me your number I'll pick it up tonight!

11-15-2007, 09:50 PM

Lock it up please

11-16-2007, 12:57 AM
Thanks Brad!
Sent you a PM!