Windows 10: What can I do with my old case and water cooling setup?

  1.    18 Mar 2017 #1

    What can I do with my old case and water cooling setup?


    Long story short, I Transferred my PC to a new case because I had a water cooling setup on a CPU that cannot be overclocked thanks to the motherboard, and my GPUs were overheating because they had no ventilation. Old system, new system

    I'm stuck with the case, watercooling setup, and a few fans that didn't work with my new system. I want to get rid of it, but I really don't want to throw it away. I have no interest in making a new system and I cannot afford doing so - let alone find anyone who wants it. I am a little leery of selling it on eBay and trying to ship it. I'm trying to sell it locally, but I'm not getting any responses to my ad. Is there anything i can do with this?
    Last edited by FuturDreamz; 18 Mar 2017 at 13:21.
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