Gaming PC – Water Cooled Intel i7 3770K, NVIDIA GTX 970 16Gb 1866Mhz DDR3 RAM, 1Tb HDD & 2x 120Gb SSDs & Windows 10 Professional
For sale is my old gaming PC which I have now replaced with another self built upgrade.
Well looked after and works perfectly, used predominately as a gaming/CAD machine for my work, never had any issues playing modern titles at 1080p high settings, it was the CAD software that started to out strip the requited hardware and thus I was time to retire it.
I have cleaned the PC physically and digitally, it does include Windows 10 Professional so booting up the PC will be like new.
For those interested I’ve included an itemised list of the components I built it with below and a link the product so you can read into exact specs, if that;s something that’s important to you.
Case: Fractal Design Define R4 Black –
Misc Case – 4x 140mm Fractal Design Fans (2 x Front Mounted & 2 x Top Mounted), NZXT Fan Controller Mounted within the Secondary Optical Drive, Disc Drive Mounted in Primary Optical Drive Bay (I honestly can’t remember the spec for this, it’s not crap though, if it really is important to you let me know and i’ll do some investigating)
Motherboard – ASUS Sabertooth Z77
Processor – Intel Core i7 3770K (s1155) (Unlocked so you are able to over clock it, but I never have)
Graphics Card – Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 4 GB Windforce 3X Video Card
RAM – 4 x 4Gb Corsair Vengeance 1866Mhz
Power Supply: 650W EVGA SuprNOVA 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply
Solid State Drives: 120Gb Samsung & 120Gb OCZ (OS is installed on one of these, the other I used for games)
Hard Drive: Seagate 1Tb
Happy to answer any questions you might have so please just drop me a line.
PLEASE NOTE: the case is all metal and it’s insulated so its extremely quiet – even under stress, however this means it’s very heavy clocking in at around 17kg, this obviously means the postage is fairly high with insurance. The lowest I’ve been quoted with a parcel of the weight and size is around £40, which includes insurance. Happy for the buyer to arrange their own postage if you think you can do it for less, also happy to arrange pick up if that’s what you’d prefer – obviously then the responsibility of delivering the PC to your address is on you. I work from home at the moment for reasons eBay won’t let me say but i’m sure you’re all aware of – so i’m in all week and most weekends.