condition: excellent make / manufacturer: Intel model name / number: 6700K
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I'm selling my Asus Maximus VIII Formula, Intel i7 6700K, and G.Skill TridentZ RGB ram due to upgrading two systems. The board and processor have only been under water. Board comes with all accessories minus some of the stickers and the door hanger. The m.2 screw and standoff isn't pictured because I have them installed in the board under the m.2 cover so they aren't lost. If your planning to water cool the VRM with the built in block it's up to you if you want to remove the block and clean it. It has only seen distilled water and PT Nuke it's entire life no dies were used. The cpu socket has no bent pins as can be seen in the photos. The 6700K will be pre installed and ready for thermal paste. I first had it paired with this board and then in my daily/Plex server with an Asus Z270G and the 32GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB. I upgraded that build to a 9700K and ITX (2 ram slots) so I'm pairing the 6700K again with this board and I'm including the ram for a nice gaming bundle. Note the last 2 photos are from my daily/Plex server with the 6700K and the TridentZ together showing yet again the processor passes IPDT and the ram part number is reported in iCUE along with the RGB working on the ram in the last photo since I don't have pictures of this ram with the MVIIIF.
Items included in this bundle listing:
Asus Maximus VIII Formula motherboard
Intel i7 6700K
G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4 32GB (4x8GB) 3200mhz ram F4-3200C16Q-32GTZR
Items not included but are available:
If your interested in the custom powder coated Swiftech Apogee XT block that is pictured I can sell you that for an extra charge. I didn't include it with this listing because not everyone want's custom water cooling.
The pictured custom powder coated and painted Corsair Carbide Air 540 is also for sale but powder coating isn't cheap. If interested feel free to send me a message. Case is setup for custom water cooling both inside and outside.
Which leads me to the XSPC RX480 that I also have for sale. I've moved to a case that allows for dual 360mmx60mm radiators so I no longer have a use for the RX480.