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Thread: FS: Zippy PSL 6850P 850 watt, 12v @ 60a

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    Default FS: Zippy PSL 6850P 850 watt, 12v @ 60a

    I'm posting this seperate from my other thread in the hopes that its noticed and moved quickly

    I have for sale a Zippy 850 watt psu, single 12v rail at 60a. This is a beast of a psu. It has been used moderately, ~8 hours a day on average, since May, and is in great shape. Honestly most of that time was either idle or light load. Comes with a 24 pin main connector, two eight pin EPS connectors, a 4 pin, two PCI-e, two six pin Xeon aux connectors, and a plethora of sata and molex connectors. The cables are very long: no problems reaching the very top of my TJ07.

    Linkage: http://store.myaopen.com/psl6850p.html

    I am looking to get $225 for this, including shipping. It is in great condition, and it will cost quite a bit to ship (when I purchased it, fedex listed it as weighing 11 lbs). It's also larger than a typical atx psu - it's 22cm deep.

    If interested, please contact me via PM. My heatware is under Slartibartfast, and plenty more info is in my other thread:

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?t=161
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    Shameless bump of thread already at the top because I can't snag it.

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    c'mon guys, you know chicks dig Zippys
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    back to the top for this thread.
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    Is the fan in this one one of the (loud) server-grade fans or the new "home" Zippy designs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uOpt View Post
    Is the fan in this one one of the (loud) server-grade fans or the new "home" Zippy designs?
    It is one of the Server grade ones but it takes a hell of a load for the second fan to kick in....and it is possible ot fan mod it. Jonny put one through the wringer here: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/show...ighlight=zippy

    It is one hell of a unit with native dual 8 pin EPS and that is a good deal that Slarti has it at.
    Last edited by Spectre; 11-08-2006 at 07:53 PM.

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    I've never heard the second fan kick in on my H8DCE build, even while stress-testing. I'm not comfortable doing the fan mod: I haven't soldered anything in years (think 8 [hoping to change that in grad school though]).

    Anyways uOpt, seeing as how you're local, if you're interested and can pick it up I'll knock $25 off what I'm asking, so call it $225. ~$100 less that what it goes for new
    Last edited by Slartibartfast; 11-09-2006 at 10:28 AM.
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    Price drop, only $225 shipped! I need to move this thing!
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    Default Another Drop

    Now only...

    $200 SHIPPED

    I really need to move this thing so I'm willing to take only $200 shipped for this PSU. I'm not offering it for this price on any other forum. I know you guys don't want to see such a great PSU get put up on EBay.

    I'll even throw in a FREE post-it note with an authentic hand-drawn smiley face!

    THIS HAS TO GO!
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    I'll post back when you drop it down to $150
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