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    Default WTB/WTTF water cooling parts/random stuff

    looking for

    D-Tec Fuzion v2 CPU Block with quad plate and AM2 mounting.
    120.2 or 120.3 rad
    Am2 single core cpu's(semprons)
    sempron 3800+ in particular
    DFI LANPARTY DK 790FX-M2RS

    maybe interested in a used 3870. only possible if i trade my x1950xt 256mb+$$ for it.

    PM with item+price and if possible shipping cost
    shipping to 16692, PA


    FOUND
    Swiftech Storm rev 2
    MCR220
    BIX 120.3
    liang D5
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    I've got an MCR220 I'd let you have for $20 shipped in the US. Are you selling that RBX? I'm running AM2 so I'm interested if you are. BTW, the rad needs barbs, I had to steal them for my MCR320, it's the older model that uses 3/8" NPT rather than 1/4" like the current ones. I think the stock plastic barbs would be about $5 shipped via Petra's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flclisgreat View Post

    and if anyone can make 7-10 custom 120mm fan grills i would be interested in there service
    Depending on what you are looking for Mad Machinist may be able to help. Just remember custom work is rarely a low cost item.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmat View Post
    I've got an MCR220 I'd let you have for $20 shipped in the US. Are you selling that RBX? I'm running AM2 so I'm interested if you are. BTW, the rad needs barbs, I had to steal them for my MCR320, it's the older model that uses 3/8" NPT rather than 1/4" like the current ones. I think the stock plastic barbs would be about $5 shipped via Petra's.

    i assume it doesn't leek/fair condition? barbs like this? yeah i could part with the rbx. its got a few years on it, in fair condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flclisgreat View Post

    and if anyone can make 7-10 custom 120mm fan grills i would be interested in there service

    What do you have in mind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Machinist View Post
    What do you have in mind?
    something like this, only good....

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    It could be done.....but yakko is right wouldn't be cheap, making the first one would take three or four hours manual machine time (75.00 per hour).....because of the center logo.....it would require a lot of hand work.....so the way to go would be make a single and then make a silicon mold and pour them out of acrylic resin.....have to get some prices on materials before I could really quote them.

    If you know someone with one of those 3D printers.....I could have an autocad file drafted and then get it printed in 3D, then it would be a simple matter of making the silicon mold and pouring them out of resin.
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    wow. i think for $75 an hour ill just make my own. thats almost double what i make 1 day(8 hours) at work($7.75/hour fails. no not flipping burgers)

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    found these. looks to me like the fan front will unscrew so you can take the filter part out. probably get a few of those and start hacking away at some sheet metal.

    so madmat you want to part with that mcr220? if your interested in the RBX id trade straight up for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by flclisgreat View Post
    wow. i think for $75 an hour ill just make my own. thats almost double what i make 1 day(8 hours) at work($7.75/hour fails. no not flipping burgers)

    LOL.....trust me..I don't make that...........That is the shop labor rate.....by the time you figure my $2500 a month power bill and all the other overhead.....like workers comp.......well I won't depress you

    If you can fabricate it out of literally anything........ check out this website.....they have all the stuff to make a mold and pour them out of resin....and it looks great and is very durable.
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