DDR3 Desktop Memory

I have two desktop memory sticks for sale:

1. 4GB ADATA 1333Mhz DDR3 non-ECC 1.5V £13 delivered.
2. 2GB Micron 1333MHz DDR3 non-ECC 1.5V £5 delivered.

Price for both is £16 delivered.

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Location: London NW3
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DDR3 Desktop Memory

Seagate usb hdd, 2 x raspberry pi's

For sale is my seagate 1tb 2.5″ (SRD00F1) external hdd
No problems and is very fast using usb 3 cable, dont have original box but will be well packaged (SOLD)

Raspberry pi 2 model b, quad core 1gb ram, very little usage still boxed as new
£22 inc delivery

Raspberry pi model b, older model with only 2 usb’s, comes with case and 16gb sdcard
£16 inc delivery

Will be sent rmsd
BT only please
Thanks

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Seagate usb hdd, 2 x raspberry pi’s

amd crossfire bridge

hi,
been bitten by the what if bug and want to know what two r9 280x,s do together but dont seem to have the bridge/connector to do this,so if anyones got one let me know and i can start playing;)
daz

Location: bolton

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Windows 10, Hyper-V and Wireless – a new way to make this all work

Anyone who has used Hyper-V on a laptop is familiar with the pain of configuring Hyper-V virtual networking with wifi networking.  In fact, I have written multiple blogs about this over the years.  Well, in recent builds of Windows 10 (build 14295 or later) there is a new option.  This is currently a bit hidden (no GUI, and some rather finicky PowerShell) but you can now setup virtual switches for virtual machines that use NAT.

This means that your virtual machines can use a private IP address and still access Internet resources.

More importantly – this is approach is very compatible with wireless network adapters.  You can read all about how to set this up here:  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/hyperv_on_windows/user_guide/setup_nat_network

Cheers,
Ben